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Hollis talks with author Jytte Lokvig about her latest book on Alzheimer’s disease and how to improve communication with those who have dementia

Direct download: MorningShow07262016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:31am MDT

Hollis talks with Emily and Kim about a free Santa Fe Community College program that helps mature women re-enter the job market. 

Direct download: MorningShow07212016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:24am MDT

Hollis talks with City of Santa Fe Traffic Engineer John J. Romero about the thing that drives us all crazy: Santa Fe traffic! In between queries, we’ll raise funds for KSFR.

Direct download: MorningShow07192016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:21am MDT

Hollis talks with six women—including a 90-year-old—about the joys of riding motorcycles and being members of the Motor Maids. 

Direct download: MorningShow07142016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:36pm MDT

Hollis talks with director Jerry Feraccio and Liam O’Brien (“Romeo”) about the upcoming production of “Romeo and Juliet.” Jacquelyn West chimes in about what the star-crossed lovers’ myth is all about and why it remains relevant today.

Direct download: MorningShow07122016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:31pm MDT

Part 1:

Daniel Werwath, development lead on the Arts and Creativity Center, joined Ellen Berkovitch with Trey Jordan, a member of the four-firm architecture team, to discuss the fledgling A+CC which will be applying for federal tax credits in early 2017 with an anticipated build date of 2018. The project was inaugurated four years ago by Creative Santa Fe, and will provide 70 units of low-cost, affordable rental housing to creative workers in Santa Fe when completed.

 

Part 2:

Rulan Tangen, founding artistic director and choreographer of Dancing Earth, recently traveled with her dance company to the Riddu Riddu festival in northern Norway. She discusses indigenous dance and collaborations, as well as the economics that challenge many contemporary dance companies.

Direct download: MorningShow07272016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:33am MDT

Robin Dunlap of the Keshi Foundation joined Ellen Berkovitch to discuss The Zuni Show, an exhibition that will be held at The Scottish Rite Temple during Indian Market, spotlighting all Zuni artisans and artists.

Direct download: MorningShow07202016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:28am MDT

Part 1:

AdobeAirstream Radio on KSFR gathered a group to discuss SITElines, the second edition of SITE Santa Fe's biennial dedicated to showcasing contemporary art of the Americas. Guests were managing curator Candice Hopkins, SITECenter director Joanne Lefrak, and artist Raven Chacon. The exhibition, wider than a line, opens on July 16th in Santa Fe.

 

Part 2:

Writer Ana Castillo spoke with Ellen Berkovitch about her new book of essays, Black Dove, and shared observations on politics and culture from her life as a Xicana poet, essayist and novelist. In 1996 UNM Press published the first edition of Castillo's essay collection, Massacre of the Dreamers: Essays on Xicanisma. A 20th-anniversary updated edition was released this year.

Direct download: MorningShow07132016.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:09am MDT

Hollis interviews members of Motor Maids, one of the oldest women’s motorcycle clubs in the United States, with some 1,300 members. Among the six women are a 90-year-old who rode 700-plus miles to the recent Motor Maids convention in Santa Fe, and her granddaughter. 

Direct download: Radio_Cafe_7_14_2016_Hollis_Motor_Maids.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:02am MDT