Lisa Lucca talk about the beauty and boldness of women who make things in their mid-life and beyond with Stephanie Raffelock, author of Creatrix Rising and A Delightful Little Book on Aging.
Stuart Kelter interviews Sidarta Ribeiro, a Brazilian neuroscientist, writer, and science communicator. He is the Founder and Vice Director of the Brain Institute at Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte in Natal, Brazil, where he has been a full professor since 2008. His fields of research include memory, sleep and dreams, neuroplasticity, symbolic competence in non-human animals, computational psychiatry, and psychedelics. His most recent book The Oracle of Night: The History and Science of Dreams – published in the original Portugese in 2019 and in English in 2021 – is the subject of today’s interview.
Las Cruces Bulletin publisher Richard Coltharp and writer Mike Cook recap the week's news and preview some upcoming events as they highlight some of the articles in the latest edition of the newspaper.
Las Cruces City Council member Johana Bencomo discussed issues pending before the council, such as zoning for the old country club land on Main Street and filling the vacant inspector general position. Bencomo is also a proponent of a universal basic income program as a way of fighting poverty in Las Cruces.
Kevin Bixby will discussed Wildlife for All, a national effort to reform wildlife laws to emphasize preservation and compassion for animal of all species over traditional views favoring hunting and fishing interests,
Jamie Bronstein of the NMSU Faculty Senate discussed new developments since their appearance several weeks ago. Since then, both President John Floros and Provost Carol Parker have left NMSU, and an internal audit looking into their allegations has been released.
Walt and Peter discussed items in the news, including the New Mexico's mask mandate and the continuing situation in Ukraine.
The recent decisions by Democratic governors throughout the country to end coronavirus face-mask mandates have left New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on her own.
Within three days last week, Governors John Carney of Delaware, Dan McGee of Rhode Island, Kathy Hochul of New York, Steve Sisolak of Nevada, Jay Inslee of Washington and J.B. Pritzker of Illinois all announced they were ending their mandares.
In this conversation with Charlton Taylor, the business of "Busyness" takes front row in the considerations. We explored the influence of busyness, on our relationships, our culture, our health, our children, and how mind, body and spirit benefit from slow, quiet and contemplative times.
Lisa Lucca has a lively conversation with dancer and filmmaker Allison Johnson about the dance of Life.
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