Stuart Kelter interviews Nina Kraus, a scientist, inventor, and amateur musician who studies the biology of auditory learning, its connection to other sense modalities, to physical and mental health, and especially to music and language. A professor and director of Brainvolts Auditory Neuroscience Laboratory at Northwestern University, she describes her recent book, Of Sound Mind, as her love letter to sound, how sound connects us, its biological impact on making us who we are, how it affects the world in which we live, and its implications for education, health, and social policy.
Lisa Lucca talks with author, radio host, and re-inventor Grace Sammon about her work, her life, and how we are never done becoming who are meant to be.
We were live from the Farmers Market in downtown Las Cruces on October 22, 2022. Singer-songwriter Doug Adamz was our musical guest.
Las Cruces Bulletin publisher Richard Coltharp and writer Mike Cook gave a recap of the week's news and previewed upcoming events as they highlighted articles in the latest edition of the newspaper. They also talked with Las Cruces Fire Department Chief Jason Smith and City of Las Cruces Housing and Neighborhood Services Manager Natalie Green in the second half of the show about the General Obligation Bonds that will be decided during this fall’s elections.
Walt and Peter interview incumbent State Treasurer Laura Montoya and challenger Harry Montoya. [no relation]
Walt and Peter talk to State Land Commissioner candidates - incumbent Stephanie Garcia Richard and challenger Jefferson Byrd.
Both, author, Ramona Reeves and poet, Sheila Black will be featured in presentations at the Nelson-Boswell Reading Series at NMSU, 7:30 on Friday, October 21.
Walt and Peter discuss local news, the Lalo Castrillo verdict, and the ongoing election.
New Mexico voters have proven eager in past elections to change our antiquated state Constitution everytime they get the opportunity.
There have been 10 proposed constitutional amendments on the ballot in the last four elections, and nine of them have passed. Voters chose to dramatically remake the Public Regulation Commission in 2020, create a new ethics commission in 2018 and reform our bail system in 2016. The only proposal not to pass was in 2014 and would have required school board elections to be held separately from other partisan elections.
Lisa Lucca talks with author and Soulful Series host Annie Cathryn about her upcoming book, The Friendship Breakup, and the challenges of losing your bestie.
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