Eclectic, intriguing, light-hearted -- this episode is all that, and then some.
Helen Thompson, author of "Marfa, Texas: Artistic Interiors of the West Texas High Desert," and John Morris, production manager of Woodstock (!) and concert producer for The Moody Blues, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors, Jimi Hendrix and Santana, share stories and talk about happiness in this episode.
John is co-producer of the objects of Arts shows; Helen is the featured speaker at one of the events at El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe.
Did you know that one of the infamous WWII Japanese Internment Camps was in Santa Fe? Sit with Dr. Andrew Russell, community historian and teacher, and Victor Yamada, New Mexico Japanese American Citizens League board member, as we talk about what must be remembered.
"The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference." Elie Wiesel
Amy Slater, Director of Operations for the exciting Santa Fe-based organization Creative StartUps, helps us understand the power of art + culture + technology + community, entrepreneurship, and creative economies.
A power-house show!
Dog behavior expert, Debra Moody, shares insights into the canine-human connection; the importance of positive reinforcement; the person-dog relationship, and more. A really fun show for everyone who's interested in this fascinating area of heart-based living.
LOVE this show with several Cuban artists in Santa Fe for the International Folk Art Market. Touching, heart-warming, informative ... this one's got it all.
Katelyn Hilburn, founder of Madre Foods, offers insights on her experiences in the worlds of creative start-ups and entrepreneurship. We'll follow her along as she journeys through inception to completion of her business / life vision.
Culture, food, ancient Greece, contemporary geopolitics, and happiness are all discussed in this fun show with Jane Abbott, Greekophile, tour guide, board member of Santa Fe World Affairs Forum.
Stephen Batchelor, internationally renowned author and teacher, engages in a lively conversation that touches on secular Buddhism, the place of creativity and the arts in contemporary life, the richness of engaging in deep inquiry, and so much more.
This new series starts off with entrepreneur, dancer, teacher, and girls empowerment expert Myra Krien. The conversation ranges from work as a spiritual path to ageism, and from the challenges of being an artist/entrepreneur to its gifts and rewards.
Artists as catalysts for positive social change, how to honor and celebrate human dignity, the beauty of the hand-made ... all of this, and so much more with Jeff Snell, CEO of the International Folk Art Market.
Science journalist, MIT mathematician, and ME/CFS sufferer Julie Rehmeyer talks in-depth about her journey through this hidden disease.
The politics of medicine, how to deal with a disease that has little/no scientific agreement, ways to maintain balance -- even happiness -- during extreme challenges, and her brand-new book Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer’s Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn’t Understand, are all discussed in this deep conversation.
Science journalist Julie Rehmeyer returns for a very personal show on her journey through ME/CFS (myalgic encephalopathy/chronic fatigue syndrome).
Julie's brand-new book, Through the Shadowlands: A Science Writer’s Odyssey into an Illness Science Doesn’t Understand, is explored in-depth during this week's show.
Be sure and listen to Part II (next week), when we discuss the politics of medicine, how to deal with a disease that has little/no scientific agreement, and ways to maintain balance -- even happiness -- during extreme challenges.
Mindfulness -- such a powerful force for positive change! Come listen to what can happen when teenagers start learning how to navigate their inner worlds. Fresh, fascinating talk with John Braman, staff member at iBme and co-founder of Rio Grande Mindfulness Institute; and Hannah Carroll, Lewis & Clark College student, recent participant and now mentor in the iBme retreat programs.
It's true ... everything you ever wanted to know about electronic dance music. And healing. With 16-year-old expert Jasper Lipscomb. It's fun, the music will have you dancing in your chair, and you just might feel a little bit better.
Come join us for this light-hearted show.
There's just no easy way to title a show like this one. The story that Rachel Redmond shares with us is personal, and raw, and powerful.
Last week's fascinating discussion with Navajo young leader Ty Benallie, two young Pueblo leaders Steven Attencio and Jordan Aguilar, and New Mexico Leaders and Mindfulness conference founder Sidni Lamb continues.
We were given an intimate look into Native American cultures.
The conversation ranges from the AmeriCorps program on the Santo Domingo Pueblo to the current political situation, and from how to bridge some of the gaps between cultures, to metal guitar.
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Don McAvinchey is back for another provocative show about narrative, and how the stories we tell ourselves determine a great deal of what happens to us.
Don's a licensed clinical social worker; one of the clinical supervisors at the SKY Center — which is part of the New Mexico Suicide Intervention project.
Fascinating discussion with Navajo young leader Ty Benallie, two young Pueblo leaders Steven Attencio and Jordan Aguilar, and New Mexico Leaders and Mindfulness conference founder Sidni Lamb.
We were given an intimate look in to Native American cultures.
And we all had such a great time together that it became a 2-part series! The conversation ranges from the AmeriCorps program on the Santo Domingo Pueblo to the current political situation, and from how to bridge some of the gaps between cultures, to metal guitar.
Be sure and listen in to Part II, as well, airing next week.
DJ Sanjay, DJ Sol, and dancer Saz Richardson chat about music and dance and healing and community ... and service and love and so much more. It's Bollywood Club Invasion Dance Party NM!
U.S. Senators Cory Booker and Martin Heinrich talk about contemporary social issues in this special show.
Henry Shukman, Zen Master teacher at Mountain Cloud Zen Center; John Braman, co-founder of Big River Mindfulness Institute; and Abigail Adler, mindfulness practitioner (and producer/host of The Last Word on KSFR) continue their lively conversation begun last week.
Mindfulness has an ancient lineage of social activism and peaceful protesting. Henry Shukman, Zen Master teacher at the Mountain Cloud Zen Center, is joined by John Braman, co-director of the Big River Mindfulness Institute and Abigail Adler, Zen practitioner, to talk about it.
Listen in for ideas about how mindfulness and meditation can help during times of heightened social activism.
Congressman Ben Ray Lujan is featured in this show, recorded in his Washington DC office following the Women's March on Washington.
Topics include civil discourse, fake news, immigration and sanctuary cities, possible Russian involvement in the presidential election, what’s needed from New Mexicans .. and more.
It's a big show, folks. Listen in.
In this ongoing series highlighting contemporary political and social issues, freshman Congressman and Congressional Hispanic Caucus member Darren Soto (D-FL), Congressional Hispanic Caucus chair and Congresswoman Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM), Shelly Campbell, Diane Harrison Ogawa, and Phil Wilkinson talk about the democratic process and ramifications of the new administration.
Recorded live at the after-March reception in the Rayburn building on the Hill in DC, hosted by New Mexico Congresswoman Grisham.
More fun on the ground!
This is a super fast-paced show! David Bedrick -- speaker, teacher, attorney, process-oriented psychology practitioner, and author -- breaks down ideas important to social activism including the Jungian shadow, Black Lives Matter, being Jewish, and psychological activism. I told you ... it's fast (and fun!).