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I am a student of language and literature. I have been reading, writing, and studying for most of my life. I received a B.A. in English from Fresno State and then went on to receive an M.A. and Ph.D. in English at Indiana University. I am interested in literature, philosophy, history and gardening. For the last 16 years, I have been a teacher at Peninsula College and, when not working, reading, or writing, spend much of my time in my garden. Note-Content belongs to Wes Cecil, this podcast mi ...
 
Love Town Hall? Become an insider! In The Moment with Jini Palmer offers a slice of Town Hall culture and puts you in the room for exclusive behind-the-scenes conversations. Listen in as a rotating cast of prominent local voices, along with Chief Correspondent Steve Scher, get to know upcoming speakers before they visit our stages. Get an insider perspective you won’t find anywhere else—a weekly snapshot of all things Town Hall. Fans of Seattle public radio will recognize Steve Scher from hi ...
 
Technoculture explores how digital technology influences our lives, our experiences, and ultimately what it means to be human today. The host, Federica Bressan, interviews world class experts in the fields of technology, art, and science. Topics range from cybersecurity to film restoration, from virtual reality to audiobooks.
 
All art helps us emotionally in all kinds of ways. In fact, without all the Arts, life wouldn't be much of a life at all. They help us celebrate, cheer up, calm down, let go, grieve, rage, and generally handle and process all our feelings. These conversations with Frances Butt and guests are short explorations in art and emotion - a little reconnection at a time when we've been robbed of so much access to art - with some shared passions, and suggestions for anyone unfamiliar with the medium ...
 
Your daily arts & culture update, brought to you by Slate. Hear more Slate articles at Slate.com/Voice. Want to hear a daily selection of the magazine’s best stories? Learn more at slate.com/voice A SpokenEdition transforms written content into human-read audio you can listen to anywhere. It's perfect for times when you can't read - while driving, at the gym, doing chores, etc. Find more at www.spokenedition.com
 
A podcast hosted by Nutritional Therapist, Grace Kingswell, that interviews personalities in the health, wellness, arts and fitness industries talking health, food, state of mind, sustainability and everything in between. What does State of Mind mean to you?
 
FNP Media is a content company and production house that works to produce quality content for digital platforms. Given the fact that FNP has been a part of peoples’ lives from birth to marriage and even death, the journey of human emotion has been experienced from very close quarters, and it was but natural to translate that understanding on screen.FNP Media has two verticals, Live By FNP Media and Films By FNP Media The content in the form of short films, web series, storytelling etc. is ho ...
 
Learn to block and delete idiots from your life. Remove addiction to bad people, drugs, alcohol, government and more (WITHOUT MEETINGS!) Then use your new-found time and energy to MAKE A LIVING DOING WHAT YOU LOVE, like the author does. A USER'S MANUAL FOR THE HUMAN EXPERIENCE is a libertarian manifesto for getting healthy, getting brilliant, maximizing potential and changing the world. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS BOOK: "Part intellectual memoir, part self-help book. Michael W. Dean's ...
 
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Join us for a spotlight on one of our partner bookstores, Estelita’s Library, a “justice-focused community library and bookstore” originally located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood. Local Journalist Mike Davis chats with Estelita’s co-founder Edwin Lindo about the history and founding of the bookstore and considers the impact the Library has on the…
 
Since our 2017 season, hosts Jini Palmer, Steve Scher, and local correspondents have interviewed hundreds of luminaries, local officials, and national and international thought leaders as part of our In The Moment podcast. This month, we celebrate the series’ 100th edition with a special introspective episode that reflects on how Town Hall faced th…
 
Frances talks to legendary Echo & the Bunnymen guitarist Will Sergeant about his creative processes in guitar playing, painting, collage - and his new autobiography. Will's art: willsergeant.com Will's guitar influences: Tom Verlaine and Richard Lloyd of American punk giants Television; “That bloke from Pere Ubu” - they've had quite a few guitarist…
 
In what ways can words reach across time and distance, to speak with the dead, the unborn, past selves, and future possibilities? How do poets engage in conversations that can animate and embody what is not yet or no longer here? In this episode, correspondent and Lyric World host Shin Yu Pai talks to poet Meredith Clark about her lyric book-length…
 
Yaneer Bar-Yam is the founding president of the New England Complex Systems Institute (NECSI) in Cambridge, MA. An MIT-trained physicist, Yaneer combines quantitative foundation in physics, computer science and mathematics with computer simulations and high dimensional data analysis to study collective behaviors and social challenges, with the aim …
 
Frances talks to Nia dance teacher Helen Drane about dancing for all. You don't need to dance publicly to enjoy doing this most natural human thing: moving to music. Nia is a particular dance system, developed to be as easy and beneficial as possible for body, mind and spirit. Further information about Nia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nia_(fitnes…
 
Sandy Hook Elementary. Las Vegas. Pulse nightclub. Virginia Tech. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Sometimes it seems as though time is measured by the distance between mass shootings. But how did we get here? In this week’s episode, correspondent Agueda Pacheco Flores talks with journalist Seamus McGraw about his book From a Taller Tower: The…
 
For hundreds of years, trees have lived side by side, evolving, perceiving one another, learning and adapting their behaviors, recognizing neighbors, and remembering the past. They compete and cooperate with one another with sophistication, eliciting warnings and mounting defenses. And at the center of it all are the Mother Trees, mysterious, power…
 
Why are we so fascinated with made-up crime stories? Is it that they feed our morbid fascinations and our need to see justice done? Frances talks to crime writer and critic Peter Guttridge about the hugely popular genre of crime fiction and what it does for us. Books specially mentioned include By Peter Guttridge: No Laughing Matter (comic crime); …
 
On January 1, 2014, Rwanda’s former head of external intelligence Patrick Karegeya was found murdered in the bed of his upscale Johannesburg, South Africa hotel room. His nephew David Batenga became concerned after it had been several days since anyone had heard from him, and demanded the hotel open the door, despite the “do not disturb” sign on th…
 
What would it look like if we vowed to protect 50 percent of the earth’s land by 2050? Award-winning author and veteran New Yorker staff writer Tony Hiss believes it could be the key to saving millions of species and conserving the planet. Hiss talks with Senior Correspondent Steve Scher in this week’s episode to discuss Rescuing the Planet: Protec…
 
Tattooing is a 12,000 year-old art form; a very personal form of artistic expression, more popular and certainly more respectable today than even just a couple of decades ago. Tattoos are celebrations, statements, mementos, badges of honour or rebellion. There are so many different reasons people decide to have them and the design choice is endless…
 
Will pandemic, protest, economic instability, and social distance lead to deeper inequalities, more nationalism, and further erosion of democracies around the world? Or are we moving toward a global re-awakening to the importance of community, mutual support, and the natural world? The New Possible: Visions of Our World Beyond Crisis argues that th…
 
Welcome back to STATE OF MIND podcast hosted by Nutritional Therapist, Grace Kingswell. In this episode we're taking a look at the true meaning of regenerative agriculture, why 'grass fed' isn't always what you think, and how vegans have a vital role to play in the future of farming (believe it or not!) We also talk about how feeding animal grain (…
 
Not far from Seattle skyscrapers live 150-year-old clams, more than 250 species of fish, and underwater kelp forests as complex as any terrestrial ecosystem. For millennia, vibrant Coast Salish communities have lived beside these waters dense with nutrient-rich foods, with cultures intertwined through exchanges across the waterways. Transformed by …
 
What's 'emoting'? And what are the differences between stage acting and screen acting? International stage and screen actor Greta Scacchi talks to Frances about her Bristol Old Vic Theatre School training, talks techniques, shares some of her stories and explains how different theatre and movies are for actors to work in. Particular mentions to che…
 
How does being othered in America impact our awareness of difference, and how does that lens affect our lived experience? In this episode of Lyric World, host Shin Yu Pai talks with poet Brian Komei Dempster, whose work explores this othered space both through a national and personal history of anti-Asian bigotry, and his own experiences as a paren…
 
How would enabling professionals with knowledge in coding transform medical practice in developing countries? Join us with Ayen Kuol and Stephen Lagu as we dive into the landscape of coding technology in practice and explore its relationship & possibilities with the people of South Sudan. We introduce the concept of the 'psychology of coding' , and…
 
Hello and welcome back to STATE OF MIND hosted by Nutritional Therapist, Grace Kingswell. Today's guest is Mehlaqa Khan; dentist, periodontal specialist and follower of nutritional therapy and functional medicine principles. She takes an innovative 360 degree approach to her dental patients, incorporating the functional medicine principles of syste…
 
In cities large and small across America, universities have become the dominant companies—and our cities their company towns. But Davarian L. Baldwin argues there is a cost to those who live in their shadow. In this week’s episode, Baldwin talks with Senior Correspondent Steve Scher about the ever-expanding campuses in America. Drawing upon his boo…
 
Why include gardening in a series about the arts? Nature is a huge source of inspiration for just about any other form of art, and gardening is a medium in which anyone and everyone can get up close and personal with nature and artfully tailor it to their own tastes. Guest Hilary Barber RHS talks to Frances about the many ways that having a go at g…
 
An audio book version of my translation of Nietzsche's Thus Spake Zarathustra. I'm translating all four books and working with illustrator Axel Void. This is reading is from the rough draft version of the translation, so the final version will be a little different. I'll try an post a section a week of Book I.…
 
Style coach Becky Barnes talks to Frances about the way clothes make us feel, how our tastes and style change over the years, and how Becky helps women regain lost confidence in their ability to try new things and discover what will make them feel at their best. Visit Becky's website where she blogs about fashion ethics and offers some excellent st…
 
I ponder the common refrain that global warming is going to lead to the end of civilization. The article that prompted these reflections is here:https://www.resilience.org/stories/20...​ but there are many others. The sailing La Vagabonde folks are here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vl35t...​Wesley Cecil による
 
Hello and welcome back to STATE OF MIND with me, Grace Kingswell. Today’s episode has been highly requested by you listeners, so I hope it’s going to provide a lot of insight and value for you all. My guest today is Abby Foreman, a female hormone and endometriosis specialist working under the same discipline as myself, Nutritional Therapy. In this …
 
In this week’s episode, writer Maria Reva joins Senior Correspondent Steve Scher to discuss her bitingly funny, satirical collection of stories, Good Citizens Need Not Fear, which unites around a single crumbling apartment building in Ukraine where a bureaucratic glitch omits the entire building and its residents from municipal records. Together, t…
 
NSCA certified strength and conditioning specialist, Jesse Irizarry, shares how developing the pelvic floor and proper breathing exercises will stabilize and strengthen your trunk, resulting in the ability to lift heavier, in a safer manner. Jesse has over 30 years of experience, working with NFL players and has developed multiple strength programs…
 
Mastering is a crucial step in the production of a music record, but not everybody knows what it is. What does a mastering engineer do? I asked the best of the best, in his studio in Hollywood. Peter explains what mastering entails and where it comes from. And we glance at the future of mastering, with Artificial Intelligence applications.…
 
In 1965, a new act transformed the American immigration system by abolishing national quotas in favor of a seemingly egalitarian approach. But the intended effect and the actual result were worlds apart. In this week’s episode, historian Sarah R. Coleman talks with local journalist and correspondent Lilly Fowler about her book The Walls Within: The…
 
Colour, found everywhere in nature, is the foundation of almost all visual art, and is harnessed to different effect in all kinds of man-made environments. Frances talks to Michelle Armitage of Light & Frank about the psychology of colour. Is it all entirely subjective, or do certain colours physically affect everyone the same way? Visit Michelle's…
 
A selection of works that are accessible, important, and mind expanding. I chose these to help folks who find many of the 'classics' of philosophy unintelligible - think Kant and Heidegger. The works I mention and recommended translator:Ecce Homo by Nietzsche Kaufmann or HollingsdaleMeditation my Marcus Aurelius George Long Lives of Imminent Philos…
 
Hello and welcome back to STATE OF MIND with me, Grace Kingswell. Today my guest is Abby Rose of Farmerama Radio and Vidacycle. Abby is an independent, influential female voice within the regenerative farming world, and in particular she’s really clued up on the role of soil in determining the future of our health from what we put in our bodies, to…
 
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