The Moody Hours Episode 122

July 23rd, 2021 - Posted in

Festival Car Show 2021

July 20th, 2021 - Posted in

Doug Langworthy and Kate Dowling have a great time perusing the awesome cars at VCA for the Annual Festival Car Show

Victoria C. Woodhull: Spiritualist, Suffragist, Free Lover—and in her time, the most famous woman in the United States. In 1872, she ran for President. By the time of her death, she’d been nearly erased from history. On the last night of her very long life, Victoria reckons with spirits and voices from her past as she […]

Penny Tahlequah & the Ms Olsen Incident

July 2nd, 2021 - Posted in

Listen as Take a Stand Theatre presents a radio murder mystery like no other. Artistic Director Chris Boscia directs a cast of hooligans in Amy Drayer’s new radio drama, Penny Tahlequah and the Ms Olsen Incident. Born and raised on Makah Island and born with a nose for news and trouble, Penny Tahlequah finds both […]

This opening episode has been compiled by Linda Summersea. It is composed of musical selections that were popular to the Vietnam Veterans from the period of 1965 to 1975. Each musical selection is divided with narration. The wife of a soldier tells a poignant story of the time from when her husband first joined the […]

Prose, Poetry & Purpose – Pramila Jayapal

January 20th, 2021 - Posted in

  Pramila Jayapal says “I came to this country when I was 16 years old—my parents took all the money they had—about $5,000—and used it to send me to the United States by myself because they believed this was the place where I would get the best education and have the brightest future.  I worked my […]