Brooklynbilly Music Mashup Show
Along with highlighting local musicians from around the Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay area, host Andy Fuhrman serves up a fun mix of classic Folk, Country & Western, Bluegrass, Old Timey, Rockabilly, Rock, R&B and Brooklyn Doo Wop.
Episode #49: This episode features a collection of nuanced and highly personal stories about making reproductive decisions and how these choices impact mental health. Some of what you’ll hear may be difficult, but we urge you to listen and challenge yourself to hold the complexity, the diversity, and the common humanity in each tale. Our feature story is by writer, teacher and poet Patrice Vecchione. Joining us to listen, reflect on, and respond to these important reproductive health stories is Alissa Perrucci, PhD, the Counseling & Administrative Manager at the Women’s Options Center at San Francisco General Hospital. More information and resource list here: https://ksqd.org/reproductive-freedom-essential-for-mental-health/
Episode #48: While Human Immunodeficiency Viruses (commonly called HIV and AIDS), has been transformed from a deadly disease to a chronic, manageable condition, there is still stigma, discrimination and misunderstanding that can have a significant impact on the mental health of those living with it. Guest host and psychotherapist Kaleo Kaluhiwa is joined by mental health counselor Bryan Golson to discuss the unique and complex physical and mental health needs of those living and aging with HIV. Guest Jim Schultz also joins the conversation to share his experience of living through the AIDS epidemic and explains how he has learned to manage and even thrive with his condition over the last 30+ years.
More information and resources here: https://ksqd.org/aging-with-hiv/
Episode #47: To honor Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re turning our attention to bipolar disorder, a serious mental health condition that causes extreme mood swings. If not treated and managed, bipolar disorder can be dangerous and cause great disruption in a young adult’s life. Guest Allyson Makuch shares her experience of living with and managing bipolar disorder throughout her college and graduate school years. University of California, Santa Cruz Director of Psychiatry, Dr. David Lo also joins us to inform us about bipolar disorder and ways to manage it while in college.
More information and resources here: https://ksqd.org/navigating-bipolar-disorder-in-college/
Ep. 46: An inside look at traumatic brain injury, or “TBI,” and how these injuries influence mental health. People of all ages get them in a variety of ways—from sports injuries to car accidents to domestic falls and many of these individuals develop mental health symptoms that can last for months or even years. Our guest and author JoAnne Jones talks about recovering from a severe traumatic brain injury that occurred when she was assaulted and robbed. Also with us is rehabilitation and physical medicine specialist Dr. Jennifer Yu who shares information about the mental health symptoms, treatment approaches, and recovery strategies associated with mild to severe traumatic brain injuries.
3:59am Habib Koité 'Wassiye' from Ma Ya
3:54am Pete Seeger 'Where Have All the Flowers Gone - Live' from More Together Again (Remastered)
3:51am Peter, Paul and Mary 'Puff, The Magic Dragon - Remastered' from The Very Best of Peter, Paul and Mary
3:48am Ray Kane 'Moana Chimes' from The Legendary Ray Kane : Old Slack Key
2:57am Dave Van Ronk 'Both Sides Now' from The Mayor Of MacDougal Street: Rarities 1957-1969