Lisa Lucca talks with her guest Sarah Arndt about how she and her husband chose full-time RV living as a lifestyle, and how letting go of stuff helped heal her.
Walt Rubel reviewed the week's top news stories, summarized what happened during the most recent city council work session, and talked to District 3 Councilor Gabe Vasquez about the Villa Mora park project and other issues.
Ross Marks discussed Walking With Herb, a movie starring George Lopez and Edward James Olmos that was filmed in Las Cruces.
Barbara Skye Boyd, a faculty member in Religious Studies at the University of Oklahoma, will discuss her upcoming Academy for Learning in Retirement presentations on what she calls intentional aging. She will be giving four presentations in May.
New Mexico State Representative Angelica Rubio joined Walt and Peter to discuss new paid sick leave benefits for workers, her attempt to phase out private prisons and other issues from the recently completed 60-day session of the NM Legislature.
Co-hosts Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman began their April 28, 2021 show talking about the State of the Union, wrangling over an investigation of the January 6 insurrection and the new CDC guidance about masks.
I realize there are other issues higher on his priority list, but I hope President Joe Biden clarifies the federal government’s position on the enforcement of marijuana laws before legal sales begin here next year. New Mexico was the 18th state to legalize adult marijuana use, and all of those states have a conflict with the federal government. But the situation in southern New Mexico is unique because of the Border Patrol checkpoints along all of our highways.
Guest Reverend Dr. Harvey Daiho Hilbert, Buddhist priest, and former psychotherapist, with a PHD in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University joins with host Randy Harris in conversation about the concept of Critical Race Theory (CRT).
Stuart Kelter interviews Vardit Ravitsky -- Professor of Bioethics at the University of Montreal and President of the International Association of Bioethics -- about the challenging ethical issues arising from a new biotechnology called "Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing" (NIPT).
Lisa Lucca has a roundtable chat with Colleen Boyd, owner of Downtown Desert Yoga, and Kasey Pena, two of the founders of Desert Community Wellness in Las Cruces, and how they are making healthy practices like yoga and mindfulness more accessible to our community.
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