Lisa Lucca and author Leslie Rasmussen have a rich conversation with about her wonderful books, women sandwiched between caring for kids and parents, and taking time for self care.
If we were to randomly pick a time, date and place to throw a party, I doubt many people would choose midnight on Jan. 1 outdoors.
It’s way too cold. Our forecast calls for strong winds most of the day on New Year’s Eve. They should calm down before midnight, but the temperature is expected to be in the mid-20s. And, as is always the case, our weather will be a lot nicer than other areas of the country.
Peter and Walt speak with musicians Cleves Hattersley and Sweet Mary about Les Salons Des Arts Divers Part Deux which will be held January 4 at Downtown Blues Coffee.
Peter and Walt speak with Lisa Jennings of Animal Protection Voters about a recent federal court verdict against an Alamogordo facility that uses chimpanzees in research.
Walt and Peter speak with local public defender Kris Knutson and attorney Michael Stout about a recent story in the Sun-News about a lack of financial support for public defenders in New Mexico.
Co-hosts Walt Rubel and Peter Goodman discuss items in the news.
This morning, two multidimensional thinkers from our community, Deidra Schaub and Bob Diven, join us again for an insightful exploration of their personal experiences of recently terminating their social media accounts. Their observations touch on the intentionally addicting nature of social media - the personal, social and business considerations - and the implications of how it shapes our thinking, our emotions, our relationships, and our culture.
DELVING IN: Bethany Brookshire on Human-Wildlife Conflict: Ill-Fated Attempts at Control vs. Cultivating an Attitude of Coexistence
Bethany Brookshire is a science writer and a host of the podcast, Science for the People. From 2013 to 2021, she was a staff writer with Science News magazine and Science News for Students, a digital magazine covering the latest in scientific research for young audiences. She loves to write about neuroscience, pharmacology, environmental science, science fiction, and the practice and pressures of the scientific life. Her writing has appeared in The Atlantic and The Washington Post, among other places, and her voice heard on NPR and the CBC. She is the author of the recently published book, Pests: How Humans Create Animal Villains.
Maybe the Aggies can compete at the top level.
The late-season success of the New Mexico State University football team under first-year coach Jerry Kill - winning five of its last six games, with the only loss coming against Missouri, and earning an invitation to play in the Quick Lane Bowl on Monday - should silence critics like me who have suggested that the team should drop from the Football Bowl Subdivision to the Football Championship Subdivision.
Writer extraordinaire and owner of a delightful bookstore, will talk about books, Casa Camino Real, Museo de Las Cruces project, and her many, many activities in Las Cruces and around the country.
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