Book Mole Frann Michel reviews The Corner That Held Them, published in 1948,
the sixth novel by British queer communist musicologist and writer Sylvia
Townsend Warner (1893–1978). Set mostly in a 14th-century Benedictine
convent between the Black Death of 1349 and the Peasa...
Movie Moles Jan Haaken and Denise Morris talk about the film Tár, a 2022
psychological drama directed by Todd Field and starring Cate Blanchet. The
film charts the downfall of fictional composer and conductor Lydia Tár.
Jan and Denise take up the mixed reviews and reaction...
On this episode of the Gap, Tammy and Althea discuss a new study that shows
gas stoves in your house might be giving kids asthma - and conservatives are
tearing their hair out over it. I thought you cared about the kids! Instead
its "you'll pry this gas stove from my col...
Lynn Steger Strong, author of Want, graces Between the Covers with an
interview on her new novel Flight, a poignant inquiry on social class, love,
Lily King calls Flight "arresting and powerful".
Today’s episode is a sad one for me. It’s the last interview with one of
my favorite authors and guests – Cai Emmons.
I first met Cai in October 2018 when she came to the KBOO studios for a live,
in-person interview on her novel Weather Woman. Due to the pandemic, our
Adam Carpinelli interviews Trish Jordan with Red Lodge Transition Services.
Red Lodge is designed to prevent incarceration and reduce recidivism
primarily among Native American women and men. To provide assistance for
individuals released from jails, prisons and treatment ...
On this episode of The Gap, Tammy and Althea discuss the new year, our
aspirations, our predictions and local goings on. We've been gone a couple
weeks and we're sorry! It has been beyond our control, and it goes all the
way to the top! If by all the way to the top you m...
Raye Zaragoza is an award-winning singer-songwriter who carries an acoustic
guitar and a message. Her quiet yet powerful song In the River, written in
response to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing
Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota, res...
* First hour/Part 1: Jessie Owens is a dance artist, choreographer,
structural integration practitioner and an embodiment practitioner. She
recently graduated from the Goddard College Graduate Institute in the healing
arts & embodiment studies program, where she wrote a ...
On this show, we are ringing the bell, taking notice, and adding joy to the
world with our own intentional contributions. Guess what, you don't have to
wait on the miraculous to happen to feel great pleasure and happiness. You
can take charge and create these feelings fo...