Grandmother Mona, a Hopi, Havasupai, Tewa elder. She serves on several United Nations committees on indigenous people's issues and is a featured author, speaker, and educator on indigenous people's human rights. Vanessa Vidal is currently the National Leader of the Global Mother Divine Organization in the United States. She is a trustee of Maharishi University of Management. MUM is hosting a gathering of the International Council of the Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers 1-3 October 2010.
Michael Cuddehe is the managing member of Seven Trust Global Advisors and the author of Chronicle of Catastrophe, A Contemporaneous History of the Bush Years.
Poor little girl with a big bad crush
We're hanging on the line
between too much & not enough
~ One Glass Too Many, Emma Hill
Portland-based singer-songwriter Emma Hill grew up in Alaska and is currently touring the country. Seeing Emma's success across her home state and hearing her smoky, mature voice and lyrics, it may come as a shock to find out she is only 22 years old. Her Americana flavored folk leans more in the direction of vintage than twang and somehow manages to both sooth and tug on the heartstrings at the same time.
Join me Tuesday, September 21st at 9am Central Time for an interview with Emma, followed by your weekly dose of music by female singer songwriters!
This week Writers' Voices will feature a fascinating conversation with author and child educational psychologist, Dr. Charlotte Reznick. Dr. Reznick is the author of "The Power of Your Child's Imagination: How to Transform Stress and Anxiety into Joy and Success," an L.A. Times bestselling book, published by Perigee/Penguin. She will be sharing insight into her imagery techniques that she has developed that allows children to harness the power of their imagination to help them deal with many of childhood problems. Her techniques have helped children boost self-esteem and confidence, overcome fears, deal with insomnia and bedwetting, ease headaches and stomache aches, and soothe anger, frustration and loss. Dr. Reznick has been helping children, adolescents, and parents for over 20 years. She has been featured on national television and published in newspapers and professional journals.
Where the realm of thought & language is
transcended and all opposites appear as
a dynamic unity
Beginning @ 11e/10c/9m/8p
Soul Product hits the air-waves with another new show packed full of great music.
From classic 90s sound, and newer releases from the past month and couple years.
Join hosts John Cope and Zander Stone for a journey of the hip hop realm.
Playlist is as follows.
(BIG L pictured left)
Funky DL - The Record Shop
The Beatnuts - Get Funky
Black Jesus - Modern Day Thug
Big L - Games Females Play
Storm the Unpredictable - Mc's Be killin' Me
Rock The M.C. - Don't Stop The Hip Hop
Just as it says, it's part one of the party to launch Raven Garland's new website:
Starts off with Bill Godfrey telling me all about life and poetry. Not to be missed.
Then there are the noises of people eating food stuffs that all begin with the letter "P." Peppermint Patties, Pineapples, you get the idea.
And then Raven speaks and a whole slew of poets reads. This will not all be done in one episode, so tune in at a later date (TBA) to hear the rest.
I'm absolutely chuffed with this week's show- and I'm not even English. Angst-free tracks (barring the obligatory Built To Spill tune) start to finish. I pray the Phlegmatic One approves but I had to include a little "white reggae" aka Vampire Weekend. Shoegazer's also got new and novel offerings from little known acts Bombay Bicycle Club, Standard Fare, Blackbird Blackbird, Winter Gloves and Air Waves as well as the superlative Ra Ra Riot and the promising Kinisi- among others. We'll sort you out mate. Cheers.
Ok so you got cold brains and your stuck in some eighteen year old nightmare don't let that bring about the death of a clown; come on now work out those kinks before you wake up that crimson ghost and find yourself backed up against some wall. There's a solution to all these problems just tune in this Saturday from 5-6 pm central time and hear what Lord Octo has instore for you. I promise to drop out the boogie and expose that gold finger until the sky goes out. Yes gimmie, gimmie , gimmie because that's just what you wanted and i gladly will come into your life. As long as Dio keeps me waiting for the sun, I'm bringing back the season of the witch so that three imaginary boys can telegram Sam about their spider borris and let the fortunate ones know that Ulysees still tells brave tales and serves up some tastey fried octopus every Saturday right here at KRUU.
We're Pirate Satellite, an ambient electronic music show. Our songs are just fine for a Saturday morning- easy electronica with positive intentions. Saturday's show includes songs from John Luttrell's "A Sense of Impending Levitation"; Jesse Stern's "Nine Lives of a Healer"; Liquid Mind's "Balance"; Paul Adam's "The Property of Water" and more. Listen for Pirate Satellite's Wayne Dyer Unity mix of William Orbit's important song "Time to Get Wise"- and it is happening before our very ears! We'll also hear a remix of the classic "Walk on the Wild Side" from the CD "Cafe Zen". Join us and enjoy, joy, joy.