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Radiozine on 10/19/09

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Mon, 10/19/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

Host Mike Hoffman interviews storyteller and mythologist Michael Meade, who is coming to Portland to present a workshop on "The Soul of Change."

Radiozine on 09/28/09

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Storyteller, poet and naturalist Diane Ackerman discusses her new book, “Dawn Light: Dancing with Cranes and Other Ways to Start the Day.”

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Mon, 08/31/2009 - 11:00am - 11:30am

Health and Healthcare Forum, hosted by Roberta Hall.  She'll talk with Donna Reishus, a nurse with experience working in Belize and the United States.

Radiozine on 08/26/09

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Marianne Barisonek speaks with Sam Drevo about Bright Neighbor, an organization that has ways for people to learn about gardening, swap items, and share space.

Radiozine on 08/10/09

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Mon, 08/10/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

Rebecca Nay speaks with Rocky Caravelli about the herb Ibogaine, used for treating opiate addiction.  Caravelli is a former addict, and treatment facilitator at "Awakening the Dream House" in Mexico.

Radiozine on 08/03/09

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Mon, 08/03/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

What is it like to hear voices? How do people learn to live with their voices, and are voices sometimes positive and helpful? What is the connection between voices and trauma? Jacqui Dillon, voice hearer and director of the UK Hearing Voices Network, discusses how the movement of people who hear voices is creating self-help alternatives to traditional and often abusive mental health care.

Produced by Will Hall.

Radiozine on 07/31/09

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Fri, 07/31/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

Gabi Ross talks with Reese Erlich about Iranian culture and politics.

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Fri, 07/31/2009 - 11:00am - 11:30am

Imani Muhammed talks about the Peace & Unity Fest and how Portland's Hip Hop community is providing positive options for youth.

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Wed, 07/29/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

Compressed Air Storage:  The Solution to Unreliable Wind and Solar Energy. Host Stephanie Potter speaks with Michael Tobin and Dr. James Mason who discuss solving the problem of wind and solar electricity prodution.  Earlier this year, James  Mason co-authored an article for Scientific American:  A Solar Grand Plan describing how such a plan could free the U.S. from foreign oil and slash greenhouse emissons by 2050.

Radiozine on 07/22/09

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Wed, 07/22/2009 - 11:30am - 12:00pm

Portland's Bull Run Watershed is a natural, low cost and very effective water treatment system. Why are there there plans for a costly chemical filtration plant? How did the corporation Montgomery, Watson, Harza Global influence the decision process?  What happens to Bull Run protections? What about pressure to "blend" our water with the river water?  Or the $770 million price tag? The City Council vote is set for July 29.

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Awake in the World with Michael Stone

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Tue, 02/21/2012

How do we live a balanced life in unbalanced times? Michael Stone is a yoga teacher, Buddhist and psychotherapist who believes spiritual practices such as yoga are not about escaping reality but about living in the present and with that awareness engaging our communities and speaking out when we see wrongdoing. Dave Mazza speaks with Stone  about this engaged way of living and his new book, Awake in the World: Teachings from Yoga & Buddhism for Living an Engaged Life. Stone teaches at Toronto's Centre of Gravity and comes to Portland March 9-11 to speak and teach at The Yoga Space.

Ceridwin Terrill on her memoir: "Part Wild: One Woman's Journey with a Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wolves and Dogs"

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Mon, 02/13/2012

 Portland naturalist, adventurer and author Ceiridwin Terrill speaks about her life with Inyo, a wolfdog she aquired as a puppy in hopes of protection and companionship.  Her book, Part Wild: One Woman's Journey with a Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wolves and Dogs, is a profoundly moving and informative memoir.  "Capturing the beauty of the natural world, the complexity of scientific ideas, and the pulse of human experience, Part Wild is the bittersweet memoir of a woman living with a wolfdog whose spark of wildness carries heavy responsibility, even danger, and leads the author to a deeper understanding of the miracle of ordinary dogs." --myurbanwild.com   (This Audio not edited for pledge drive-- includes complete interview)

More on Part Wild: One Woman's Journey with a Creature Caught Between the Worlds of Wolves and Dogs is available at Books on KBOO.

Dr. Martin Donohoe on public health and social justice, Part 2

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Mon, 01/30/2012

 Health and Health Care Forum

Host Roberta Hall speaks with Dr. Martin Donohoe of the Portland area who teaches a course in public health concerning social justice and medical care at PSU. This is Part Two of a two-part program.

His forthcoming book is called "Public Health and Social Justice."

His work can be found at www.phsj.org

 

 

 
 
 

 

A discussion on the growing Gay & Grey population in the Portland metro area

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Mon, 01/30/2012

Hosted by Dan Johnson 

Coming to Radiozine…Monday, January 30th at 11:30am will be Mya Chamberlain from Friendly House and Dr. Anissa Rodgers, PhD from University of Portland. The discussion will center on the growing Gay & Grey population in the Portland Metro area and the challenges this segment of the LGBT community faces.

Loss and Grief, the Dougy Center and Grief Watch

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Fri, 01/27/2012
 

Portland Songwriter and performer Lincoln Crockett and his wife Alicia, and Donna Schuurman, Executive Director of The Dougy Center for Grieving Children & Families.

In February 2011, Portland songwriter and performer Lincoln Crockett (www.lincolncrockett.com) and his wife Alicia lost their baby, Joseph Phoenix, shortly after childbirth. As they and their four year old son grieved they were introduced to two priceless resources: Grief Watch (www.griefwatch.com), a resource for dealing with loss, and The Dougy Center (www.dougy.org), an organization dedicated to help grieving children and families. These groups not only provide support to grieving families and children right here in Portland, but from all over the country. Both organizations provide invaluable information, knowledge and experience on how to grieve, how to heal, and how to live again after the kinds of losses and tragedies people fear most.

Lincoln Crockett and his fellow musicians present an evening of music with all proceeds going to benefit The Dougy Center and Grief Watch. The purpose of this benefit concert is twofold: to raise awareness of these fantastic, national-caliber resources right here in Portland and to support their important work. As the Crocketts shared their loss they realized that people around them are grieving, often alone, for lost babies, children, siblings, friends, parents and lives; most of them didn’t know about the help that is available from Grief Watch and The Dougy Center.

Crockett will perform the headlining set in various combinations ranging from solo and duo to the official debut of a full ‘dream band’ – Lincoln Crockett & Enemies. Their music ranges from modern indie folk to bluegrass-inspired virtuosity to a full electric band that plays a high-end fusion of rock and jazz. The evening will be opened by special guest Chris Kokesh performing with Crockett in their popular but rarely heard duo. Grief Watch and The Dougy Center representatives will be on hand to provide information about their services and organizations.

The Old Church is located at 1422 Southwest 11th Avenue in downtown Portland. Tickets are $15. Doors open at 6, show begins at 7.

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Thomas Frank, author of PITY THE BILLIONAIRE

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Fri, 01/20/2012

Host Michelle Schroeder Fletcher welcomes journalist

Thomas Frank, author of Pity the Billionaire: The Hard-Times Swindle and the Unlikely Comeback of the Right.

Economic catastrophe usually spawns discontent and sweeps the old order out the door. But when Thomas Frank, the author of the New York Times bestseller What's the Matter with Kansas?, set out to look for expressions of American discontent in 2009, all he could find were loud demands that the economic system bear down harshly on the recession’s victims and that society’s traditional winners receive even grander prizes. In PITY THE BILLIONAIRE Frank tells the amazing story of how the American right, which appeared to be dying after the election of 2008, was instead reinvigorated by the arrival of hard times.

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Council on American-Islamic Relations's Government Affairs Coordinator, Robert McCraw

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Tue, 01/10/2012
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Making an Exit: From the Magnificent to the Macabre - How We Dignify the Dead

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Mon, 12/19/2011

 Join host and Portland area funeral director Elizabeth Fournier as she talks with Sarah Murray, author of Making an Exit: From the Magnificent to the Macabre---How We Dignify the Dead. Writer and journalist Sarah Murray never gave much thought of what might ultimately happen to her remains, but her curiosity of death disposition choices and why we choose these choices began when her father was facing his end of life. She went on a journey to search out different ways of dealing with grief and how they are expressed.

Sarah Murray's Making an Exit: From the Magnificent to the Macabre - How We Dignify the Dead, is exploration of the extraordinary creativity observed in death rituals, and the author's accounts of these journeys are poignant and personal.

 
 

Chiropractor Dr. Vern Saboe on Oregon's Health System Transformation Team

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Mon, 12/19/2011

 Health and Health Care Forum - with Host, Roberta Hall

Host Roberta Hall interviews Vern Saboe, a member of the Oregon's Health System Transformation Team, a group of 45 people from all aspects of health and health care and bi-partisan lawmakers. The group was charged with developing a plan to improve the health delivery system for Oregon Health Plan and Medicaid clients. The plan focuses on coordinated mental, physical, behavioral, and oral health to free up dollars trapped in an inefficient system, increase focus on prevention, and improve care.

Dr. Vern Saboe, a chiropractor, is the only complementary medical provider of that group. They talk about his hopes and disappointments as the  recommendations of the Team become the basis for a new system of health care delivery. They also talk about the Veterans Administration's problems accepting and encouraging the use of chiropractic care for wounded veterans.

 
 
 

 

Calvin Trillin, columnist and essayist, discusses his latest work, "Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin"

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Thu, 12/15/2011
From the series Bookwaves Calvin Trillin, columnist and essayist, discusses his latest work, "Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of Funny Stuff" with host Richard Wolinsky. Recorded in front of an audience in Berkeley on September 19, 2011 as a benefit for KPFA-FM radio.

Calvin Trillin, who became The Nation’s “deadline poet” in 1990, has been a staff writer at The New Yorker since 1963. He is the author of Deciding the Next Decider, A Heckuva Job, Obliviously On He Sails, and About Alice. He has also written verse on the events of the day for The New Yorker, The New York Times, and National Public Radio. He says he believes in an inclusive political system that prohibits from public office only those whose names have awkward meter or are difficult to rhyme. He lives in New York.

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Correction

 A typo occured with one of our guests, Todd Dalotto on Radiozine this past Friday. Our apologies for the oversight.

 

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