Every Third Wednesday of the month, at 9:00am -
Only on KBOO 90.7FM Portland. -
Negotiating Dramatic Events, with Grace Growing Medicine Reed. -
“Every sponsor is necessarily a leader. The stakes are huge. A human life,
and usually the happiness of a who...
On the program today an artist who is a well-known in Europe, someone who
has spent years studying and writing about the ancient and historical roots
of shamanism, magic, and myth. He makes sense of this rich history in a
comprehensive book Tree of Visions: Visionary Tradi...
On today's episode, we welcome Cathy Zheutlin, filmmaker and
director/writer/producer of the documentary Living While Dying, from
Portland’s Peace Films.
Living While Dying was an official selection of the 2018 Portland Film
Festival and winner of the Resiliency in Aging A...
Dr. Robert Enright holds the Aristotelian Professorship in Forgiveness
Science within the Department of Educational Psychology, University of
Wisconsin- Madison. He is a licensed psychologist, and founder of the
International Forgiveness Institute, a non-proﬁt organization ...
Tiffany Koyama Lane and Matt Reed, rank-and-file leaders in the Portland
Association of Teachers, lay out their working conditions, bargaining demands
and teacher-parent-community strategies to win a transformative contract that
benefits whole families and neighborhoods.
Legendary actor, Stuart Pankin, sits down with Poxy & Ragan to discuss his
career and revisit projects such as Dinosaurs, Arachnophobia, Fatal
Attraction, Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves, Not Necessarily the News, & San Pedro
Eric Inman is the founder of a unique wilderness company called Evolve
Wild--which is designed to help individuals forge a connection with nature
and the unconscious as a path for becoming more authentic in their lives.
Eric spent years working as a river guide and in wilde...
Larry Bowlden reviews Pomegranate, by Helen Elaine Lee, a rich book on so
many levels. Written though the eyes of Ranita Atwater, a woman just released
from four years of imprisonment for opioid possession, the book leaps forward
to her assiduous efforts to regain parental ...
On today's episode, we welcome Dian Greenwood, author of the new novel About
the Carleton Sisters from She Writes Press. After studying both writing and
counseling psychology in San Francisco, Dian now lives and writes here in
Portland, and works as a family therapist. Whic...
James Hollis, Ph. D., was a teacher of Humanities for 26 years in various
colleges and universities before retraining as a Jungian analyst at the Jung
Institute of Zurich, Switzerland. He is a licensed Jungian analyst who has
spent many years in private practice .