topics discussed include: how to shop the market without using plastic bags, seasonality of fresh produce, the Farmer's Market Cookbook, and other attractions such as the music and atmosphere of old fashioned fun.
Filmmaker Ya-nah Geary Mandujano of the Paskenta band of Nomlaki Indians shines a spotlight on California's Indian gaming deal with "Buena Vista Rancheria of Me-Wuk Indians" & two elders who have spoken out against casino development at a very special Miwok sacred site in Amador County.
Guest Jamie Partridge, a member of Portland Communities and Postal Workers United and a retired postal worker himself, discusses the efforts of the upper echelons of the US Postal Service to privatize the service and the efforts of communities impacted by such efforts united with postal officers to prevent that from happening.
topics discussed: Ian's roles "Claudio" in 'Much Ado About Nothing' and "Georg" in 'She Loves Me,' Susanna's roles "Beatrice" in 'Much Ado About Noithing' and "Ritter" in 'She Loves Me,' the upcoming Davis Shakespeare Festival, and excerpts from each play are performed.
B Corporations and public benefit corporations are this program's topic with guests Brian Selzter and Sandra Morris, both Portland small business owners. Brian's business is a B Corporations while Sandra's is both a B Corporation and a public benefit corporation. They talk about how B Corporations can add the social responsibility back into the corporate world, what the difference is between one and the other, and more.
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