Wed. 4/11: Mike Farrell, Actor and Activist

M*A*S*H made MIKE FARRELL famous, and he’s used that fame to fight against the death penalty and for human rights in Latin America and the Middle East — he’s shown what a committed artist’s life can be. His new book is Just Call Me Mike: A Journey to Actor and Activist. Mike will be speaking and signing Sunday April 15 at 10:15am at All Saints Church, 132 N. Euclid Ave. in Pasadena.

ALSO: JOHN NICHOLS, Washington correspondent for The Nation, says “The real story of the U.S. Attorneys scandal that has so endangered the tenure of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales is not that of the eight fired prosecutors. It is that of the 85 U.S. Attorneys around the country who were not let go.”

PLUS: DANNY SCHECHTER the News Dissector talks about the crisis of credit card debt — and the financial forces profiting from it. Danny is an Emmy-award winning TV news producer and documentary film maker, and executive editor of, the world’s largest online media issues network. His new film, “In Debt We Trust,” is about the money we owe, and the bill that’s coming due. It’s screening at the Fine Arts theater on Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills Friday at 7pm.