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HIGHLIGHTS WED SEP 17, 2014

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Thursday, September 18

8:00 AM - Pieces of Peace

Host Susan Santiago interviews vibration healer, author, speaker, and mentor, Dr. Rajiv Parti, a physician whose life was transformed after a near death experience.

5:00 PM - Epicenter

Herb Kutchins talks with Marin County Sheriff Robert Doyle about policing issues in Marin in the aftermath of the Ferguson, Missouri police killing.  Aspects include police training in the use of deadly force and in community relations; the purchase of military equipment from the Federal government.

A second topic is the use of Shoreline Highway (and Levee Road) as a "used car lot."


Saturday, September 20

9:00 AM - Special

SPECIAL " Talking After the Trauma" form the series "With Good Reason." An essential part of helping people heal is getting them to talk about their trauma. Fred Bemak and Rita Chi-Ying Chung created Counselors Without Borders and use talk therapy in their relief work following disasters in Thailand, Myanmar, Haiti and New Orleans. Also featured: segments on the resiliency of widows and widowers; and on the self-esteem of biracial children. Later in the show: Figuring out how to behave as a man in America; an English teacher recognizes the damaging effects of homophobia among students in his classroom.

2:00 PM - Hawai'i Calling

With Susanna Henderson.

8:00 PM - The Jazz Groove

With Joe Blumenthal.


Sunday, September 21

4:00 PM - The Scoring Stage

Soundtrack music with Susan Lockwood.

6:00 PM - Elbow Room

With Paul Flowerman.

8:00 PM - L.A. Theatre Works

Tonight, "Three Sisters" Written by Anton Chekhov, translated by Christopher Hampton. Directed by Jenny Sullivan; starring: Jon Hamm, Tessa Thompson, Jennifer Westfeldt, Sarah Zimmerman. Chekhov's classic story about the passage of time and the survival of hope, set at the turn of the 20th century in a provincial Russian town, with three sisters who are feeling the passage of time. But when a new infantry arrives in their village, their dreams of the future flare to life.


Monday, September 22

9:00 AM - Youth DJ Project

NEW TIME "Retro Rock Hour" with Devon McMorrow.

4:00 PM - Youth DJ Project

With Noah Wheeler.

5:00 PM - Epicenter

Trinka Marris, of The Hungry Owl Project, talks about "Talons: a Festival Celebrating Birds of Prey" coming September 28.


Tuesday, September 23

5:00 PM - Epicenter

One of the upcoming attendees at Mesa Refuge Writers Retreat, Casey Miner is an independent public radio producer. Most recently she was senior editor of the award‐winning news, arts, and culture program, Crosscurrents, on KALW 91.7 FM in San Francisco. She's also contributed work to NPR, KQED, Marketplace, Mother Jones, The Takeaway, and Transportation Nation. In the past Casey has lent her car to total strangers and located the Bay Area's only kayak commuter. As a 2014 UC Berkeley 11th Hour Food & Farming Fellow, she'll be spending her time at Mesa producing a radio series about what we can learn from ancient food.


Wednesday, September 24

8:00 AM - Swimming Upstream

Lyons Filmer sits in again for Amanda...talking with Bonny White at 8 am about the current and future happenings at the West Marin libraries. At 8:30 am Tom Jordan of Marin County's Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services completes the conversation on how residents and visitors can be prepared.... At 9 am, more from Amanda's series on water use and resources in West Marin.

1:00 PM - Climate One

Going to Paris: Ambassador Todd Stern (repeat). Ambassador Todd Stern is United States Special Envoy for Climate Change. UN climate talks in Poland last year achieved modest progress toward an international agreement on reducing carbon pollution. The aspiration is for heads of state to seal a deal in Paris next year that would take effect in 2020. But rich and developing countries are still far apart on who should bear responsibility for increasing human impacts of severe weather. Even some of the most vigorous proponents of moving away from fossil fuels doubt the UN process will ever produce a treaty with teeth. Is the U.S. showing leadership at the climate talks or just playing along? Can 190 nations really agree on any meaningful collective action? Could Beijing and Washington cut a bilateral deal that would go a long way toward protecting the climate that supports our economy? America's top climate negotiator will share his insights with a public audience for the first time since the Warsaw climate negotiations.

5:00 PM - Epicenter

Also coming to Mesa Writers Refuge, Tom David has worked for the past 26 years as staff and consultant to a number of private foundations. One of the most widespread critiques of organized philanthropy is its lack of agility and unwillingness to take appropriate risks. He believes that the organizational culture of foundations is at the root of this problem. At Mesa Refuge, he plans to write about the challenges of culture change in philanthropic foundations to support social change.


Thursday, September 25

5:00 PM - Epicenter

The third current Mesa Refuge attendee is Shane Bauer, a staff writer at Mother Jones magazine. A fluent Arabic speaker, his work has focused on the Middle East and North Africa as well as criminal justice in the United States. Shane has reported from many parts of the world and received several national awards. From 2009-2011 Shane was held hostage in Iran with his now-wife Sarah Shourd and friend Josh Fattal. Together they authored a memoir, A Sliver of Light, published by Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt.


Friday, September 26

1:00 PM - The Local Organon

Politics and public affairs with Charles Schultz, Paul Fenn and Paul Elmore.


Saturday, September 27

2:00 PM - Woodstock West

Celebrate the times.....

6:00 PM - The Celtic Universe

Hear from Celia Ramsay's album of Scottish traditional songs, "Songs of My Father's People"; new CD by Jackie Daly & Matt Cranitch.


Sunday, September 28

9:00 AM - Sunday Celebration of Gospel

With Marc Matheson.

8:00 PM - L.A. Theatre Works

Presents: "Going to St. Ives" written by Lee Blessing. Directed by Shirley Jo Finney; starring: L. Scott Caldwell, Caroline Goodall. An English eye surgeon has been chosen to operate on the mother of a ruthless African dictator. But each woman has a favor to ask the other... and the consequences are a matter of life and death.

The broadcast includes a conversation with playwright Lee Blessing, as well as a special roundtable feature on mothers and sons in theatrical history.


Monday, September 29

5:00 PM - Epicenter

Sheep ranchers and cheesemakers Marcia Barinaga and Corey Goodman have bequeathed their ranch to Marin Agricultural Land Trust. Lyons Filmer hosts a conversation with them and Jamison Watt, Executive Director of MALT.


Tuesday, September 30

4:00 PM - Youth DJ Project

"Gimmie More" with Rachel Rothken.


Wednesday, October 1

4:00 PM - Youth DJ Project

with Michael Dunn.

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  • Thursday Jul 31 7:10 - Oct 30 7:10 AM

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  • Sunday Sep 14 3:00 - Sun 28 6:00 PM
    Sunday Farm Music, Gaucho September 14, 2014
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    Three Bands, Three Sundays in September. Come to Windrush Farm and enjoy pizza from the wood fired oven and real good music under the oak trees.

    Windrush Farm is a Sheep Ranch, Farm Camp and Farm Education Facility. 3 miles outside of Petaluma. We love music community and sharing the farm at sunset.

  • Friday Oct 17
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