There was a buzz in the room as the thirty or so assembled talked about programs they wanted to create or help out on. After a brief update from the board, people broke into two groups, talk/public affairs and music, to explore ideas and trade stories. We’ll do another one next month in Aptos or Watsonville. Stay tuned! We have received 96 proposals and counting.
About The Author
Rachel is host of Talk of the Bay and Board Chair of KSQD. She is the producer of radio documentaries such as Southern Songbirds: The Women of Early Country and Old Time Music, The Boomtown Chronicles, and Pastures of Plenty, a History of California Farmworkers. She teaches journalism at Cabrillo College in Aptos. She is a recipient of a Peabody award for excellence in journalism.
Storm Recovery Resources
March 18, 2023
KSQD Goes LIVE!
February 15, 2019
KSQD-FM Joins the Women’s March 2018-Come on By!
January 20, 2018
KSQD’s Winter Mini-Drive Aims High
February 2, 2023
Dream Sharing and Empathy with Prof Mark Blagrove and Prof Julia Lockheart
Does dream sharing increase empathy and insight? Today meet two English professors who say, "Yes it does!" The Science and ...
“A Place Where I Bloomed” – Victorian women lighthouse keepers
by Suki Wessling When I found out that Santa Cruz had a female lighthouse keeper for 31 years, I naively ...
Laurie Corn – Lulu
Laurie Corn was in love with two!! ...
The Film Gang Review: A Love Song
Not unlike its two central characters, A Love Song speaks softly and honestly and without hyperbolic drama, making this little ...
The Media and Me
“The Media and Me” “Be Bold America!” Sunday,March 26, 2023 at 5:00pm (PDT) Media shape our sense of who we ...
March to End Homelessness: April 1st
On April 1 join a special community celebration: The March to End Homelessness! Host Janet Quinn interviews Mer Stafford, Chief ...