Transnational Poetics + Black Fire—2.02.19


Claudrena Harold and Jahan Ramazani


Claudrena Harold, professor of African American and African Studies and History affiliated with both the University of Virginia’s Corcoran Department of History and the Carter G.… Read More

Restoring Dignity & Justice at the Border and within the US—1.26.19


Tracy Howe and Angela Ciolfi

Tracy Howe, musician, activist, and founder of Restoration Village Arts. We discuss her new album, longtime work at the border, including her recent trip to Tijuana and one upcoming to Honduras; and we talk with Angela Ciolfi Executive Director of the Legal Aid Justice Center (LAJC) in Charlottesville, about many cases and issues they tackle from reducing racial inequities around school discipline; to fighting to release children being held by the gov't and advocating to reunite them with their families, and much more.… Read More

Monastic and Kitchen Life: A Nun & a Sous Chef—1.19.19


Leslie Hubbard and Gregory Lewis

Guests: Leslie Hubbard speaks about her fascinating life as a former Buddhist nun who in her twenties, in pursuit of spiritual development, chose to lead a monastic life with renowned Zen master, Thich Naht Hanh, in a hamlet in the French countryside; and we speak with Gregory Lewis, sous chef of the well-loved Maya Restaurant, a popular staple in the Charlottesville restaurant landscape.… Read More

The Trauma-Sensitive Classroom & Community: Shifting Mind & Heart—1.12.19

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Tish Jennings and Frank Dukes

Guests: Tish Jennings, internationally recognized leader in the fields of social and emotional learning and mindfulness in education. We discussed her new book, “The Trauma-Sensitive Classroom.” Frank Dukes, mediator helping people and organizations address complex public conflicts in ways that strengthen communities.… Read More

Diners, Drive-ins + a Deep Dive into the Afterlife


Richard Guy Wilson & Jim Tucker

We welcomed back Richard Guy Wilson to discuss art and architecture, diners, the groundbreaking art of Hilma af Klint, and much more; and we heard from Jim Tucker, MD about his research and fascinating stories about children who may have lived past lives.… Read More

The Book on August 2017 + Why Vote —11.3.2018


Ken Horne & Hawes Spencer

We spoke with investigative journalist and author Hawes Spencer about his new book Summer of Hate, and Indivisible Charlottesville's Ken Horne to discuss the upcoming election and the 5th district congressional race: Leslie Cockburn vs Denver Riggleman.… Read More