On the next Method to the Madness, February 11 at noon, host Lisa Kiefer Katovich speaks with author, indigo farmer, and activist Rebecca Burgess, the Executive Director of Fibershed, a non-profit organization that develops equity-focused regional and land regenerating natural fiber and dye systems -- in other words, non-toxic textiles! They are transforming the economic and ecologic systems that clothe us.
Tune in to the Placeholder show Saturday, February 5 for an interview with standup comedian Karinda Dobbins, formerly of Oakland, about the release of her new comedy album "Black & Blue" on the Bay Area's own Blonde Medicine label. Show starts at 10 pm, interview at 10:30 pm.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM to meet Juliana Friend, a PhD candidate in the Department of Anthropology. Juliana is studying gender and new media in West Africa. Through her research, Juliana explores how digital media is transforming the Senegalese ethic of sutura ("discretion" or "modesty"). Tune in to hear the ways sutura shapes Senegalse life, why Juliana chose Senegal as her country of focus, and more.
Have you ever wondered: Should I release my pet turtle into Jewel Lake? Well, then tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday @ 9AM because our guest Max Lambert, a former postdoc in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, has the answer. (But just in case that doesn't work and you don't tune in, you should still know the answer is no.
Together, they will discuss the history of the SF punk scene in the late 70's/early 80's, the founding of Flipper, and the state of punk today.
Method to the Madness returns with another exciting episode! Join our host, Moody, as he speaks with Greenbelt Alliance on the remarkable work being done to combat climate change and protect Bay Area communities.