Nan Rubin's guest's from the Unified Prevention Coalition, Marisol Diaz, Director of Prevention and Community Collaborations, and Program Specialists Alexis Brandt and Bridgette Ramirez, discuss their prevention programs aimed at high risk behaviors that can trouble young people and their families.
"The Bible as Literature" is the basis for this week's very lively and informative discussion between hosts Randy Harris and Keith Whelpley and Father Gabriel Rochelle, who teaches on this topic at the NMSU Honors College. They discuss how when the literary aspects of the Bible are considered it can deepen our understanding of this very powerful book.
Lisa Lucca talks with author Laurie Macomber about her book the Core 4 Method: The Art of Noticing, a fun, unique way to track your productivity.
Stuart Kelter interviews Daisy Maldonado about her spiritual journey to Islam, as shares her perspective on Islamic concepts and history.
Walt Rubel reviewed the week's top news stories plus he reported on what happened during the most recent city council and county commissioner's meetings. He interviewed Meg Freyermuth, Chair for the City Art Board.
Lynn Moorer chatted with award-winner Bruce Wilson about his riveting book, Death in the Black Patch, which imagines the choices his great-grandfather, a tobacco farmer in Kentucky, made when faced with a terrible dilemma in 1906: selling his crop to the powerful monopoly, American Tobacco Company, or joining the Planters’ Protective Association to avoid having his crop destroyed by the lawless Night Riders.
On the December 11, 2019 edition of Speak Up, Las Cruces, hosts Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel talked with New Mexico State Climatologist Dave Dubois at the start of the show about steps to try to minimize destructive effects of climate change.
On the December 11, 2019 edition of Speak Up, Las Cruces, hosts Peter Goodman and Walt Rubel talked with Lea Wise-Surguy, Pat De Simio and some of the other folks from Cruces Creatives. They explained how people can get involved (its classes, workshops, and how to volunteer or become a member) and about many of its biggest programs, including the HUB Community Bike Shop.
Nan Rubin interviews Kim O'Byrne, Program Leader for Special Projects of the Asombro Institute to discuss the current educational projects and the unfortunate theft of office and educational equipment and vandalism that occurred at the Chihuahua Desert Nature Park.
On the December 10, 2019 edition of Earth Matters, Host Kevin Bixby was joined by David Bustos with the National Park Service and entomologist Eric Metzler to talk about the extraordinary biological discoveries coming out of White Sands National Monument. It's the only place in the world where fossilized tracks have been found showing the interaction of humans and extinct Pleistocene animals such as giant ground slots, as well as the documentation of more than 40 new species of moths, leading some experts to call it the "Galapagos Islands" for moth evolution.
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