Ethan J. Perry talks to Miles about running the Green Muse open mic night on Tuesdays and the Biscuits ‘n Gravy picking session at the Pegasus Coffee House on Thursdays. In addition to hosting, Miles also edited and produced this podcast episode. Originally published by Bainbridge Community Broadcasting at http://bestofbcb.org/wu-160-open-mic-music-on-tuesday-evenings-at-pegasus/
Miles is joined by Diane Landry and Regina Spoor of Sustainable Bainbridge’s Zero Waste Initiative to discuss their work to improve and maintain Bainbridge Island’s practices of waste management and recycling. In addition to hosting, Miles also edited and produced this podcast episode. Originally published by Bainbridge Community Broadcasting at http://bestofbcb.org/cafe-012-citizen-of-the-year-award-winner-diane-landry/
Miles talks to singer and guitarist Joel Underwood and bassist Tres Cozine of local music act The Haus Band. Originally published by Bainbridge Community Broadcasting at http://bestofbcb.org/wu-119-haus-band-plays-wednesday-evenings-at-alehouse/
Miles interviews Lara Hansen, chief scientist and executive director of the non-profit Eco-Adapt organization, to discuss ways in which the Bainbridge Island community can adapt itself to the realities of climate change. Originally published by Bainbridge Community Broadcasting at http://bestofbcb.org/cafe-007-lara-hansen-climate-change/
On a special edition of The Biased Liberal Media, Laura and Miles discuss the situation in Ukraine and Crimea, the many faces of now-famous RT anchor Abby Martin, the deaths of 10,000 children in Syria, the renewed idiocy of Michele Bachmann and the anniversary of the nuclear disaster at Fukushima. Also, it's Miles' birthday!
In the wake of the awesome stupidity shown by the Arizona legislature, Miles and Laura spend the hour on SB 1062 and the people rising up against it. Representative Mark Cardenas calls in, NAU student activist Allaire Conte is in the booth (her voice still recovering from protesting) and Seráh Blain returns!
First show of the Spring 2014 semester. Miles and Laura comment on the SBS Dean search at NAU, the anniversary of the Egyptian revolution, developments on the Keystone XL Pipeline, and the deaths of Pete Seeger and Phillip Seymour Hoffman.