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Communications 4 Good, Love Tank and The Fungus Fair

• January 5th, 2013

Sandy-Skees-80x80.jpg Sandy Skees, a senior sustainability communications strategist, gives established businesses, early stage companies and organizations insight on the intersection of brand, communications and purpose.  With her clients, Sandy is creating programs that give businesses a way to focus, share, and motivate change in the world. See www.communications4good.com.

Irene-Tsouprake1.jpg Irene Tsouprake and Sandy Skees have a YES, AND! attitude and they discuss how this attitude is showing up in the world.

fungus.png We talk to organizers ofthe The Santa Cruz Fungus Fair which offers a range of features and programs of interest to all, including:  fungi experts, culinary experts and fun activities. The 39th annual fungus fair happens on Jan. 11-13. See scfungusfair.org.  We also have musician Bobby Carr featuring some new songs.

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Day 1: The Dream is Now! live party

 • December 22nd, 2012

mcandrockelle122212.jpg  It's the day after the winter Solstice 2012 and our world didn't come to an end thankfully! It's Day 1- The Dream is Now at the Cosmo Factory.  We feature The ShakeShifterS, the house band for It's the Way of Love. They play It's the Way of Love, Wake Up!, The Ring, and Jungle Fever.  We talk to movers and shakers doing great things for the world: Kyle Thiermann of Surfing for Change www.surfingforchange.com;Sean R. Van Sommeran of Pelagic Shark Research Foundation www.pelagic.org, Dr. and Mrs. Future on the future after Solstice 2012 www.drfutureshow.com.

sweethayah.jpg We feature the rockin' band Sweet HayaH! Nehal Abuelata - Lead vocals/Keyboard, Devin Moreno - Lead Guitar/vocals, Josh Gardner - Drums, Aaron Marquez - Bass/vocal.  See  www.reverbnation.com/sweethayah.

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The Trust Frequency and new cd by Dale Ockerman

 • December 15th, 2012

connieandandrew.jpg We talk to Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow about their book The Trust Frequency.  This book presents a unique synthesis of indigenous cosmology, quantum science, and Eastern and Western mysticism.  Bailey and Baxter Marlow are original thinkers, writers, photographers, film-makers, and inspirational public speakers. Seehttp://thetrustfrequency.net/

We also talk to Kyle Buthman,  24 year old Santa Cruz professional surfer and filmmaker about his film Get Rad 3 which is about to premier at the Rio Theater on Dec. 22.   For trailors see http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaBwwa9ttYA.

dale.jpg We feature the legendary  musician Dale Ockerman and his new cd “What If?” Born in Oroville, and raised in Castro Valley, Ca., Dale started writing songs at four, playing trumpet around six, and soon played in the Cal State Youth symphony in Hayward. When the family moved to Fremont when he was 12, Dale started teaching himself to play an antique pump organ purchased at a garage sale.  His first paying gig was at 18 with SF psychedelic legends Quicksilver Messenger Service at the closing of Bill Graham's Fillmore West (the Carousel Ballroom). After his first tour with Quicksilver, he moved to Aptos, ca., attended Cabrillo College, joined the IAM band and The Doobie Brothers. He is featured on ten Doobies CDs. He has a new cd out What If?  as well as A Peace of My Mind.  See More on Dale at http://www.daleockerman.com.

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AudreyPic.jpg Audrey Murr Copland, British Healer & Renowned International Healing Arts Tutor, speaks about healing our planet through love.  On 12/12/2012 and every day we hope everybody can try to connect to this love.  Audrey shares an  important Breathing and Meditation Exercise for Personal and Universal Healing. Audrey has built up a dedicated following over 25 years in the spiritual field. She was fortunate to develop her skills alongside mentors such as Sir George Trevelyan, Frederic Lionel, Lilla Bek, Brugh Joy and Barbara Ann Brennan. She is widely travelled and has taught many hundreds of people how to heal and be healed in many different places including America, Canada, Newfoundland, Alaska, Germany, Israel, Spain and Portugal. Audrey has also helped set up Healing organisations in Europe and USA. Audrey is a natural sensitive who works intuitively with colour and energy yet she has always sought to grow and develop her skills through experience and deep study. For more information go to www.ucanhealit.com.

Three members of the Steven Graves band play songs from the newly released cd "Let it Ride." Let it Ride evokes images of early Neil Young with great harmony vocals, tasty guitar and mandolin riffs, and Steven’s emotional and passionate singing. Seehttp://www.stevengravesmusic.com.

Finally, the most angelic music we've ever heard-- Marya Stark playing songs from her newly released "The Garden" album. From the sunny coast of Santa Cruz, California, singer-songwriter Marya Stark emerges from Gadgetbox Studios, where she and producer Andy Zenzack have been chiseling away for over a year to delicately craft a sonic masterpiece. Marya’s debut album “The Garden” is a collection of 13 songs ranging in influence from classical aria, pop music, and cinematic indie folk. Each song blossoms, carving its own unique aesthetic world. The record features lush string arrangements, pounding orchestral drum sections and Queen-styled vocal harmonies. At the center of it all is Marya’s refined, hypnotic and enchanting voice weaving intelligent, honest and lucid stories. Her hope-filled anthems, dynamic musicality and expansive emotional landscapes show the many facets of a passionate, awakening heart. See http://maryastark.bandcamp.com.

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Live from the Lighted Boat Parade with Kyle Thiermann of Surfing for Change and Music by Coyote Slim

 
December 1st, 2012

We are live at the  the Santa Cruz Lighted Boat Parade with the KSCO radio broadcast sponsored by the famous Aldo's restaurant. Mauro Olivieri, son John along with general manager Alfredo Servin have taken over active family operation of Aldo’s Harbor Restaurant. We are at the Santa Cruz Yacht Harbor's annual Lighted Boat Parade.

ScreenShot2012-11-07at54528PM.pngWe talk to Kyle Theirmann, 22 year old pro surfer, who has created some serious waves around the world. He is the creator and host of the hit youtube series, Surfing For Change. Combining surfing great waves with making a series of short films about current issues, Thiermann focuses on the power you have to create a better world through everyday decisions.His first youtube movie in the series, Claim Your Change, details how money kept in multinational banks is used to finance destructive projects all over the world. One such project, a proposed coal-fired powerplant in Constitucion, Chile, home of a world-class surf spot and fishing village, is the subject of the movie.This video inspired people to move hundreds of million of dollars out of centralized banks into local banks and credit unions, and reached people throughout North America, South America, Africa and much of Europe.Since then, he has made movies ranging from the importance of shopping locally, to following a plastic bag to Hawaii. See http://surfingforchange.com/ .

SlimSanRamon2-600x484.jpg We enjoy the live music of Coyote Slim, an advocate of locally produced food and sustainable living.  Coyote Slim plays the Farm Fresh Blues! A farmer-musician by inclination, Coyote Slim is also a writer, an arborist, and a steward of the land. You can contact him atwww.coyoteslim.com.

aldo.jpg Thank you  Santa Cruz Yacht Club (http://www.scyc.org) and Aldo's Restaurant (www.aldos-cruz.com) for a really fun event!

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The Occupy Love Film, an Altared Christmas, and Pipa Pinon with Dreambeach

• November 24th, 2012

velcrowripper.jpg We talk to Velcrow Ripper,  Canadian Academy Award (Genie) winning filmmaker, writer,  sound designer and public speaker.   He creates powerful, cinematic documentaries that deal with the central issues of our times.  Occupy Love is the culmination of his epic “Fierce Love Trilogy” which began with Scared Sacred, named one of Canada’s Top 10 movies of 2004, and winner of the 2005 Genie (Canadian Academy Award) for best feature documentary. It  continued with 2008′s award winningFierce Light: When Spirit Meets Action . Join acclaimed director Velcrow Ripper on a journey deep inside  the global revolution of the heart that is erupting around the planet.

His next film Occupy Love is being released in the Spring of 2012. From the Arab Spring to the European Summer, from the Occupy Movement to the global climate justice movement, a profound shift is taking place: humanity is waking up to the fact that the dominant system of power is failing to provide us with health, happiness or meaning.   The old paradigm that concentrates wealth, founded on the greed of the few, is collapsing. Endless growth on a finite planet cannot be sustained.   The resulting crisis has become the catalyst for a profound transformation:  millions of people are deciding that enough is enough –  the time has come to create a new world, a world that works for all life. OCCUPY LOVE is a film that chronicles the heart of the revolution. See http://occupylove.org/

rhanwilson.jpg Next, Rhan Wilson shares songs from the 8th annual "An Altared Christmas" this December 8th, at the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz, CA. Rhan Wilson presents an evening of classic holiday music presented entirely in minor keys featuring some of the best musicians in Santa Cruz and in the Bay Area and beyond.  For more information go to www.altared.com and rhanwilson.com.  Then Pipa Pinon, singer-songwriter, joins Rhan on a few altared tunes and delights our ears.

pipa-daniel.jpg Pipa Pinon and Daniel Vee Lewis, bassist, together make DreamBeach. Pipa has written over 150 songs, and recorded several albums with several bands: Spiral, Triune, Saboo, Dreambeach, Pipa Piñon, Pipa & the Shapeshifters. Daniel also plays with the Joint Chiefs and The Al James Band. Bill Graham himself once said to Daniel, "I love your bass style. You've got that animal/juju thing going on."  We agree! Their newest cd Blue Heart is featured.  For more information see www.dreambeach.net.

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Mindful Tea with Hidden Peak Tea House and Ho’omana live

 • November 17th, 2012

teahouse.jpg We talk to David owner of The Hidden Peak Tea House about the reincarnation of tea. In our plugged in society we invite you to take time out to relax and enter another realm. See http://hiddenpeakteahouse.com/.

Hoomana2.jpg  We invite Ho'omana to play live at the radio station. These musicians warm our hearts. They are a Hawaiian band like no other. The music is an ultimate form of worship. See http://www.hoomana.com/.

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November 3rd, 2012
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We talk to actress Sandra Cadell, featured in Pinnochio, performing at the Great Dickens Fair. 2012 marks the 200th Anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens. The Great Dickens Christmas Fair 2011 garnered splendid reviews! New guests, as well as regular patrons, flocked to the Fair in record numbers. The spirit and good feeling in the streets of our Victorian London was inspiring! We look forward to an even more spectacular Fair this year. For more information see http://www.dickensfair.com.
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Nora.jpg Next we feature live music from the Nora Cruz Sextet. Nora and guitarist Rich Cowan play live off the new cd Six is Enough. Nora is a superb and electrifying vocalist. With a commanding stage presence and high-energy show, she's a favorite of Santa Cruz and the Bay Area. Whether soaring or sultry, Nora pours her heart into every song. She can rock the house, or touch your soul – all with a confident, elegant ease. See http://www.noracruz.com. rich.jpg



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sampson.jpg   We talk to Sampson Wolfe of the Muscogee nation working with The Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee. LPDOC is the hub of communication between Leonard Peltier and his program coordinators, the general public, government officials, political and tribal leaders, the media, and his supporters worldwide. See http://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info/. Weinvite all to watch Incident at Oglala here http://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info/incident-at-oglala/?doing_wp_cron=1352755343.1644220352172851562500

meltedstate.jpg Next we feature live music of Melted State. Visit their fan page at https://www.facebook.com/meltedstate. Melted State was officially formed in the Autumn of 2009. Composed of four lifelong friends who share an immense passion for playing music the band has become known for their uniquely electrifying live performances and an entertainment style that continues to ignite audiences. Their dynamic sound draws from many influences ranging from 'Jimi Hendrix' to 'Stevie Wonder', all the way to 'Tool.'


Jas of California K9 Solutions and Dr. Southall on Marine Acoustic Studies • October 20th, 2012
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We talk to Jas Leverette of California Canine Solutions (http://calik9.com). Jas has over 15 years of experience and has worked with hundreds of family, sport, show, service and law enforcement K9s. He can recognize drive, temperament and disposition in large, medium and small breeds and truly optimize a dog’s potential. He is currently teaching private and group classes in San Jose, Fremont, Oakland and San Francisco. He has a passion for his work and can temper even the most difficult dog. Jas is a certified schutzhund helper and owns a German Shepherd and a Belgian Malinois. Jas Leverette has worked with law enforcement canines for the Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Department, Monterey Police Department, Marina Police Department, California Department of Corrections, Auburn (WA) Police Department and private security companies. We also talk to CaliK9 trainer Steve and Jas's canine Echo.

     Next, we get a field update from Dr. Brandon Southall of SEA, Inc. on the Southern California Behavioral Response Study SOCAL BRS,
http://sea-inc.net/socal-brs/. They recently got the only known recording of a Bairds’ Beaked Whale.



Summer of Love and Unity For Concerts  • October 13th, 2012

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Ruth_Copland_Sam_Andrew_29_Sept_2012.jpg Guest host and singer-songwriter Ruth Copland visited Monterey Summer of Love Festival 45 years later and shares her interviews with us.  It was a wonderful afternoon and evening of good vibrations and great music from the 60's.  Ruth talks to Sam Andrews of Big Brother and the Holding Company, one of the headliners of the famous concert in 1967 and in 2012.

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Dave_Traub.jpg We talk to David Traub about UnityFor.Org. In his business life David has enjoyed 25+-years of experience as a venture catalyst; a business and economic development executive, investor and/or board member/advisor to over 35 startup, early stage and multi-national and government entities; an executive producer of multiple commercial digital media products and content for the major record labels; and as a philanthropist. He has initiated due diligence upon and co-raised and deployed more than $30 million for 20 ventures, with non-profit, education and sustainable-centric entities an increasingly large percentage of his current portfolio.  In addition to Unityfor.org, David's other non-profit activities include an educational fellowship with the philanthropic venture entity www.fullcirclefund.org, and a production contribution to the Green Inaugural Ball, Washington DC, January 19th, Al Gore presiding.

Ocean Robbins and JP Novic on Healthy Humane Food     • October 6th, 2012

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We talk to Ocean Robbins, cofounder and CEO of the 30,000 member Food Revolution Network, adjunct professor in Chapman University’s Peace Studies Department, and author of The Power of Partnership.  He founded Youth for Environmental Sanity (YES!) at age 16, and directed the organization for 20 years. Ocean has spoken in person to more than 200,000 people and facilitated hundreds of gatherings for leaders from 65+ nations.  He is a recipient of the Freedom's Flame Award and the national Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service.Ocean is the father special needs twins born in 2001. Learn more at oceanrobbins.com and http://foodrevolution.org.

jp.jpg The second hour we continue our talks on humane treatment of animals with JP Novic, director of CAPE, Center for Animal Protection and Education  (http://www.capeanimals.org/).  Ukulele musician Wendy Treat sings about her chickens and her love for them.

Nina Koocher and the Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz  • September 29th, 2012

nina-with-yuke1-300x225.png We talk to Producer/Director Nina Koocher about her award winning film Under the Boardwalk: A Ukulele Love Story.  This film features the world's largest group of ukulele players in the world, the Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz.  We talk about life and love, and the great force behind the music. For more information visit www.ninakoocherfilms.com.

Next we are delighted by the live performance from ten members of the uke club.  They talk about what inspires them in between their thrilling songs. (http://www.ukuleleclub.com/)    ukuleleclub.jpg

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Summer of Love and Monterey Pop 45 Years Later

 
• September 22nd, 2012


We talk to Andrew Hernandez, Director of the Monterey Summer of Love Festival 45 Years Later. The Monterey Pop Festival was a three-day concert event in 1967 that had 90,000 people at its peak performances. It launched rock legends like Hendrix, Janis Joplin, and The Who. 45 Years later you can get a be part of The Summer of Love experience on September 29th. You can see Big Brother and the Holding Company, It's a Beautiful Day, Barry McGuire, The Standells, The Hendrix Experience, among others ( http://www.summer67.com/).

We feature the music of a band from Santa Cruz, Sweet Jam, which is described as "Heart Rock "( http://www.sweetjamband.com/). Mark McFadden, lead guitarist and singer/songwriter, talks to us about his inspiration for writing lyrics "It's Our Choice." Sweet Jam will be on the NuVolution stage at the Monterey Fairgrounds.

Live on It's the Way of Love is Stormy Strong, another Santa Cruz musician who will be on the NuVolution stage in Monterey next weekend. He plays Jumpstart the Heart and Where is my Mind? Andrew Hernandez loves finding new talent as they are launching their rock careers!


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It's Time For Mountain Men Music and the Santa Cruz Mountains Harvest Festival • September 15th, 2012

Hallie.gif We talk to Hallie Greene, district manager for the Boulder Creek Recreation and Park District, about the second annual Santa Cruz Mountains Harvest Festival. The harvest festival brings together the community for lots of whole hearted healthy fun! A perfect way to live the dream locally! It is the perfect example of global thinking applied locally. The Santa Cruz Mountains Harvest Festival is in Boulder Creek, CA on September 29th. Come up to the redwood forest to take a hay ride, get your face painted, listen to live bands and sip local grown wines, and visit www.santacruzmountainsharvestfestival.com.

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Next we talk to Steve Schnarr of The Santa Cruz Fruit Tree Project. Steve started this group in Santa Cruz, CA. This group organizes volunteers to go out and harvest surplus fruits off fruit trees and then turns them into delicious ciders and jams. They are want you to join them at local harvests and workshops and you can contact them at www.fruitcruz.org/.



coffis.jpg We have Jamie and Kellen Coffis, of The Coffis Brothers playing live in the studio! They rock our apples off with some new pre-released material! Lucky listeners get a copy of their cd The Mountain Men. They even offer a free download if you go to www.coffisbrothers.com.

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Good Things are Happening at TEDx Santa Cruz and Music from Bobby Carr • September 8th, 2012

Sandy-Skees-80x80.jpg We talk to movers and shakers of TEDx Santa Cruz, which is alocal, self-organized event that brings people together to share inspiring conversations on Ideas Worth Spreading. We talk about the upcoming TEDx Santa Cruz event on Sept. 15 .Sandy Skees, Public Relations for TEDx gives established businesses, early stage companies and organizations insight on the intersection of brand, communications and purpose. Sandy creates programs that provide organizations a way to focus, share, and motivate change in the world – change that values people, respects planetary resources and fosters prosperity. The goal is to tell strategic stories that create connections and inspire goodness in a sustainable world. Irene Tsouprake, Co-Organizer, Speaker Selection, Emcee for TEDx Santa Cruz is also a Santa Cruz Change Agent, Writer, Heavily Invested Citizen, Caring Capitalist, Congress Briefer, Actress, SuperMom, MadlyInLoveWife, provider of extraordinary events, anywhere on the planet. We talk to Sandy and Irene about the speakers and their ideas, and a few have been past guests on It's the Way of Love: Terry Corwin of Land Trust of Santa Cruz County and Danny Keith of Grind Out Hunger. Be a part of inspiring conversations at http://www.tedxsantacruz.org.

092.jpg Finally, musician Bobby Carr plays live for us and makes Rockelle cry with his version of Rainbow Connection. You can find Bobby with his blues harps and guitar on most mornings at the Rainbows End Cafe in Boulder Creek, CA. Bobby left behind the "Rat Race" of a 9-5 job and an hour long commute 30 years ago and now has music and nature feed his soul.

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Jeff Ousley on Guitardens, Mike Mease of Buffalo Field Campaign and Saskia Lucas of SC Open Streets • September 1st, 2012

jeffousley.jpg We catch Jeff Ousley, Guitar Tech for Nancy Wilson of Heart, on vacation at his very own Guitarden, or "guitar shaped garden!"  Jeff talks to us about combining community, gardening and rock and roll.  When a guy like Jeff spends 8 months out of the year on tour in the exciting world of Rock and Roll, he shares his ways of grounding and inspiring, and what makes for an extra special concert.

mikemease.jpg We talk to Mike Mease, Founder of Buffalo Field Campaign, who will be hitting the road in September for a  road show to Oregon and Californiato share music, stories, video, and activism inspired by the Yellowstone bison. He'll be joined by musicians Goodshield and Phoenix for whatpromise to be a handful of very special events. For more information please visit http://www.buffalofieldcampaign.org/.

saskia.jpg Get ready Santa Cruz for of Santa Cruz Open Streets!  We talk to Saskia Lucas, founder of this dynamic group about their upcoming event on Sunday, October 7th on the most beautiful street on the West Coast,  West Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz, California!  Join in on the festivities, but make sure you leave your car behind! There will be plenty for everyone, even your canine, to enjoy! For more information please visit http://scopenstreets.org/.

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Whale Research Update with Dr. Ari Southall and Dr. Ari Friedlaender • August 25th, 2012

We talk to Dr. Southall BrandonSouthall.jpg and Dr. Friedlaender,   ARI.jpg back from their SOCAL field research with SEA, Inc.   “SOCAL‐BRS” (Behavioral Response Study) is a multi‐year effort (2010‐2015) to designed to better understand marine mammal behavior and reactions to sound. It is an interdisciplinary research collaboration, building on previous efforts in the Bahamas and Mediterranean Sea. The overall objective is to provide a better scientific basis for estimating risk and minimizing effects of active sonar for the U.S. Navy and regulatory agencies. SOCAL‐BRS is also part of a larger international collaboration to measure the impacts of noise marine mammals using opportunistic and experimental approaches. Please visit their website at http://sea-inc.net/socal-brs/.  We talk about Dr. Southall's book Ocean Journeys: Beginnings http://www.amazon.com/Ocean-Journeys-Beginnings-Brandon-Southall/dp/1607467844.

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Language of Compassion with Kelly Bryson • August 18th, 2012

kellybryson.gif We talk We talk to Kelly Bryson MA, MFT. Author, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Certified NonviolentCommunication Trainer, Life Coach, author of the best selling book, "Don't be Nice, Be Real -Balancing Passion for Self with Compassion for Others. He is the originator of the Trust Based Relationship(TBR) Modality, and Cofounder of Nonviolent Communication Santa Cruz, a successful nonprofit.  Kelly offers his wisdom and many years of experience to help individuals develop deep trust andconfidence in themselves, their partnerships and community.

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The Great Buffalo Episode with Buffalo Field Campaign and Musician Steve Graves • August 11th, 2012

danbrister.jpg We talk about the great buffalo of the Northern Plains with buffalo rights advocate Dan Brister,  Executive Director of The Buffalo Field Campaign. BFC is the only group working in the field, everyday, to stop the slaughter and harassment of Yellowstone's wild buffalo. Volunteers from around the world defend buffalo on their traditional winter habitat and advocate for their protection. Our daily patrols stand with the buffalo on the ground they choose to be on, and document every move made against them. (http://buffalofieldcampaign.org/)

We listen to live music by Steven Graves.  He features the new single release "Lightening Medicine Cloud" which was inspired and entitled from the true story and fate of a sacred white buffalo in Greenville, Texas. Known for his ability to fuse elements of rock, reggae, country, jazz and blues with his socially conscious lyrics, his style is influenced by such icons as Bob Dylan and Ben Harper (http://www.stevengravesmusic.com/).

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The State of Hawaiian Monk Seals and California Mountain Lions with Dr. Terrie Williams

drterrriewilliams.jpg Dr. Terrie Williams is a professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California Santa Cruz.  She runs The Mammalian Physiology Lab at UCSC which focuses on comparative physiology.  She is an Animal Physiologist for the Santa Cruz Puma Project (santacruzpumas.org). She is also the author of The Odyssey of KP2, the story of a two-day old abandoned monk seal pup, as he embarks on an odyssey to save his species from extinction(http://www.savemonkseals.ucsc.edu).  We talk to Dr. Williams about the state of the Hawaiian Monk Seals and the Santa Cruz Pumas.

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Marine Mammals and Acoustics with Dr. Brandon Southall and Dr. Jeremy Goldbogen

July 21st, 2012



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Dr. Brandon Southall is President and Senior Scientist for Southall Environmental Associates, Inc. based in Santa Cruz, CA and a research associate with the University of California, Santa Cruz. He is currently involved in research projects to measure behavioral responses of marine mammals to various human sounds, primarily military sonar signals, and measurements of the effects of impulsive noise on hearing in seals and sea lions in laboratory settings. It's the Way of Love interviewed Dr. Southall and Dr. Jeremy Goldbogen and Caroline Casey, on Saturday, July 28th at KSCO radio station in Santa Cruz on their research on marine mammals and acoustics.


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Alternative Energy Talks with Melissa Ceresa and Ray Newkirk

June 30th, 2012

raynewkirk.jpg We talk to Ray Newkirk, the founder and co-owner of the Green Station (http://www.thegreenstation.us/) which is a biodiesel fueling station and alternative energy resource. Ray is a general contractor who leans green. While Ray has built numerous homes and additions in Santa Cruz, CA, including a 2-story 2500 square foot straw bale, his focus for the past 10 years has been on renewable energy, passive solar design, rain water catchment and providing biodiesel to the community.

melissa-ceresa.jpg Next, we talk to Melissa Ceresa of West Valley College Advanced Transportation Technology and Energy (westvalley.edu/atte). We talk aboutupcoming training courses they have in Energy Auditing and Solar PV Design and LEED as well as some new Geographic Information Systems classes. The ATTE initiative is set up to transform California's workforce by providing on-demand training that is accessible, flexible and relevant in today's economy. With a focus on transportation and energy. The ATTE provides training to help businesses and workers meet the challenge of newly emerging transportation and energy technologies.

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Joel Postman on Social Media

• June 16th, 2012

joelpostman2.jpg We talk to Joel Postmam about social media. Postman is the author of SocialCorp: Social Media Goes Corporate, a handbook designed to help corporate communicators and executives understand how to successfully adopt social business strategies in large companies. Joel is the principal of Socialized, a consultancy that helps companies take advantage of social media in corporate communications, public relations and marketing. Prior to founding Socialized, Joel was EVP of Emerging Media at Eastwick Communications, where he led the agency's social media practices and helped companies likeFujitsu, StrongMail, and Seagate Technology adopt social media initiatives. Joel is a 20-year corporate communications veteran. He worked for five years at Sun Microsystems, where he as a senior manager of executive communications and speechwriter to then-CEO and chairman, Scott McNealy. After Sun, Joel joined Hewlett Packard. He is presently Senior Manager, Executive Communications, for Brocade.

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Spring into Summer with George Orwell Experience and Soup 127

• June 2nd, 2012

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In this weeks radio show Soup127 The Environmental DJ raps with MC Hager and we are ready celebration from the Spring into Summer Fest, in Santa Cruz, CA. The band George Orwell Experience delights our senses with out of this world sounds. And on It's the Way of Love we Love the music of Steve Graves! All musicians are featured at the festival which is going on as we speak. stevegraves.jpg

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Dr. James Freeman and Annapurna Pandey film-makers of The Myth of the Buddha’s Birthplace

• May 12th, 2012

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We talk to anthropologists Dr. James M. Freeman and Dr. Annapurna Devi Pandey as they investigate a controversial claim about the true origin of the Buddha and their film ‘The Myth of the Buddha’s Birthplace." Returning to Kapileswar, a small village in the state of Odisha, eastern India that Freeman first visited in 1962, Freeman and Pandey search for an ancient stone inscription, which was discovered in Kapileswar nearly a century ago but has since mysteriously vanished. This stone inscription, so it is said, proclaims Kapileswar to be the birthplace of the Buddha. This claim runs counter to all established theories, since Nepal is generally accepted to be the birthplace of the Buddha. In searching for the lost inscription, Freeman and Pandey make an unexpected and significant discovery. The villagers of Kapileswar have created a new myth about the Buddha’s birth and a new ritual based on this myth. ‘The Myth of the Buddha’s Birthplace’ shows how a modern myth has been created and answers the questions of the authenticity of the Kapileswar stone inscription and the credibility of the Kapileswar birthplace claim.

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Filmmakers Jazzelle and Tess Sweet featured at Santa Cruz Film Festival

• May 5th, 2012

jazzelle2.jpg In this episode of It's the Way of Love, Jazzelle talks about her film Echoes of the Great Depression: Santa Cruz Occupied. Jazz-elle produces social justice documentaries, music videos, and the award winning "Planet of Dreamz" music show on CTV. Her recently produced video, "Echoes of the Great Depression-Santa Cruz Occupied", was screened at the 11th Annual Santa Cruz Film Festival. Her videos have been featured in film festivals for the last 5 years. You can check out more videos at www.youtube.com/jazzellemusic.

tesssweet2.jpg Writer and Director Tess Sweet talks about her film I Love You Like Crazy. Here's a little about the film which is showing at the Santa Cruz Film Festival: Dan is crazy. He's schizophrenic, he has delusions that he's a rock star, and he's haunted by the voice of a controlling band manager who doesn't actually exist. When he gets thrown in the psych ward again, he meets Melody, a feisty punk girl who teaches him how to love. Like crazy. For more information on Tess go to http://www.tesssweet.com/

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Daniel “Nane” Alejandrez of Barrios Unidos

• April 28th, 2012

nane.jpg We talk to Daniel "Nane" Alejandrez Founder and Director of Barrios Unidos (http://barriosunidos.net/). From the Barrio to the United Nations, Alejandrez has spread his message which combines analysis of the root causes of crime with concrete programs that offer youth positive alternatives. He is also Co-Chair of the Urban Peace and Justice Summit, the national organization that works to forge truces between African American and Latino gangs. Alejandrez has been recognized for his inspiring efforts and is the recipient of numerous awards including the National Fellowship of Reconciliation Martin Luther King Jr. Award and a fellowship from the California Wellness Foundation.

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Protecting the World’s Oceans with Save the Waves and Surfrider Foundation

• April 21st, 2012

katie_headshot.jpg dustinmac.jpg We talk toKatie Westfall, Save the Waves Environmental Director, and Dustin Macdonald, Chair of the Santa Cruz Chapter of Surfrider Foundation. Save The Waves Coalition (http://www.savethewaves.org) is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the coastal environment, with an emphasis on the surf zone, and educating the public about its value. We are a devoted group of surfers, scientists, and activists, who share a common belief that our wild coastal areas around the world are precious and valuable, and need to be protected. The Surfrider Foundation (www.surfridersantacruz.org) is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of our world’s oceans, waves and beaches. Founded in 1984 by a handful of visionary surfers in Malibu, California, the Surfrider Foundation now maintains over 50,000 members and 80 chapters worldwide. We discuss the dedication of the next world surfing reserve in Santa Cruz, CA.

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Land Trusts as a Means to Protect Land

• April 7th, 2012

randywidera.jpg We talk to Randy Widera the Founder of the UCCR Web of Life Field (WOLF) School. UCCR (United Camps, Conferences and Retreats) is the facility management non-profit that is partnering with CA State Parks to take care of Little Basin, and the WOLF School is the Program Division of UCCR. WOLF gets to provide environmental education and interpretive programs to all who attend Little Basin. Randy speaks about WOLF School and what they are doing for students, teachers and families. He also talks about Little Basin grand opening recreation festival for Little Basin Cabins and Campgrounds (http://littlebasin.org/).

terry_corwin.jpg Next we talk to Terry Corwin, the Executive Director of Land Trust of Santa Cruz and Jeff Helmer. The Land Trust of Santa Cruz County is dedicated to protecting and caring for the lands we love. It protects both working lands, like farms and timberland, and natural lands with high conservation value – thus protecting water supplies, wildlife habitats, and open space (landtrustsantacruz.org).

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Whole Heart Native Warmth Project and Indian Canyon

• March 31st, 2012

maggiesolel0.jpg We talk to Maggie Sotelo about Whole Heart Native Warmth Project. This project provides blankets to Native Americans. For more information after listening to the interview you can go to http://www.facebook.com/wholeheart.nwp.

annmariesayers.jpg Next, we talk to Ann Marie Sayers and Kanyon from Indian Canyon, the only federally recognized Costanoan Ohlone territory. They host an annual traditional storytelling in the summer months as a fundraiser for their village house. Please see indiancanyonlife.org for more information.                                                kanyon.jpg

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