In this weeks program Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley discuss the topic of generational differences with writer Cassie McClure whose bi-monthly column "My so-called Millennial Life" appears in the Las Cruces Sun-News.
Lisa Lucca talks with Las Cruces artists Raquel Madrigal and Henry Hartig about creative collaboration. Lisa's partner, Mark Mathias, joins the conversation.
Walt Rubel reviewed the week's top news stories plus he reported on what happened during the most recent city council meetings. On this week's show, he interviewed City Historic Preservation Specialist Troy Ainsworth, about the city's efforts to preserve historically significant structures.
On the December 4, 2019 edition of Speak Up, Las Cruces, Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel talked to artist Daphne Wirthlin about her life and work.
On the December 4, 2019 edition of Speak Up, Las Cruces, Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel talked to Carol McCall, President of Mesilla Valley Film Society, about her work bringing high quality foreign and independent films to our area.
Host Tim “Tater” Staley and sidekick Dr. Johnny Huerta challenge listeners to write a poem during exactly the length of a 3” piece of music they play. Then they each read their instant odes.
In May 2019 Barricade Culture Shop and Murals of Las Cruces sponsored the 8th Annual “Illegal Art Show”, which invited more than two dozen graffiti artists from around the country to decorate a number of outside and inside walls around Las Cruces over a single weekend.
Nan Rubin went to several locations to check out the scene, and she produced a 10-minute piece, of which this an excerpt. Much of the background sound is ambience recorded on location.
Two stories from Your Multicultural Minute, an award-winning series produced by Norine Dresser. Norine is a folklorist and former columnist from Los Angeles, where she specialized in stories from L.A.s richly diverse ethnic neighborhoods. Each short vignette in this award-winning series is a “true story about how cultural differences can create miscommunication.” Original music by her son, jazz musician Mark Dresser.
Co-hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley discuss the "Buy Local" initiative that is alive and well in Las Cruces with Green Chamber CEO Carrie Hamblen. Support local business establishments this holiday season and all year long!
Bobby Green — President of the Doña Ana chapter of the NAACP, professor at NMSU and CUNY, and conductor of the NMSU Gospel Choir — discusses her experiences and spiritual beliefs as an African-American woman growing up in Las Cruces and working (in Seattle) for HighTech in the early days of that industry.