Interview

COVID-19 Community Report December 8, 2020 with Davis Mayor Gloria Partida

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COVID-19 Community Report - Episode #44 - December 8, 2020

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hosted by Autumn Labbe-Renault, Exectutive Director of Davis Media Access, on KDRT 95.7 LP-FM. Tuesdays, Noon-12:30pm.

COVID-19 Community Report December 1, 2020 - Yolo County Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Aimee Sisson

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COVID-19 Community Report - Episode #43 - December 1, 2020

This is a video made using the audio content from the KDRT 95.7 LP-FM show, found here:

http://kdrt.org/audio/covid-19-community-report-episode-43-speaking-yolo...

See link above for show content details.

hosted by Autumn Labbe-Renault, Exectutive Director of Davis Media Access, on KDRT 95.7 LP-FM. Tuesdays, Noon-12:30pm.

Davisville October 26, 2020 - Stories from the Book of Lists

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So … have you heard about the Book of Lists? Did you even know they exist? The lists collect information about Greater Sacramento and other large cities and metros nationwide – not just statistics that might interest an accountant, but also lists like minority- or women-owned businesses, or largest employer in Yolo County, or fastest-growing companies. You can learn a lot about an area by reading them.

Davisville October 12, 2020 - Davis Shakespeare, the pandemic, and Frankenstein

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If 2020 had been normal, my plan was to talk about Frankenstein, which the Davis Shakespeare Festival was going to present this fall until the pandemic killed off in-person performances. Rob Salas, co-artistic director and co-founder of the festival, is my guest today, and we still talk about the play by Nick Dear, which is based on the book by Mary Shelley and presents a creature very different than the “green skin and neckbolts” image of the monster in the 1930s movie.

Davisville November 23, 2020 - Movies and the pandemic, with Davis critic Derrick Bang

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Even though the pandemic has closed theaters in Davis for most of 2020, we’re still presenting our annual movie show with Davis film critic Derrick Bang—even if only to learn what has survived the dislocations of the year. Derrick writes reviews for the Davis Enterprise and his blog, Derrick Bang on Film. We talk about how the pandemic has affected movie-making and his job as a critic, the films still coming out at what would normally be a big time of the year and films he’s looking forward to.

Kim Stanley Robinson's "The Ministry for the Future"

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Lin Weaver interviews science fiction legend, Kim Stanley Robinson, about his latest novel, "The Ministry for the Future"

Topics include a discussion on how changing climate brings devastation, suffering, and death; and what a transnational agency (the Ministry for the Future) is doing to combat those woes.

In The Studio - DSAF - Art Boxes!

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Lorraine Visher, Board President of the Davis School Arts Foundation.

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topics discussed include: the history of DSAF and what they do, how Lorraine got involved and her background, the Art Kits and the goals of the project, the importance of arts education, how you can donate to help the project, ideas for the future and potential expansion of the project, the Sing-a-long component, and after the credits some thoughts about digital arts.

Recorded 11/20/20.

Davisville September 28, 2020 - Davis housing, 6 months into the pandemic

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On today’s Davisville we talk with Steve and Kit Boschken, Davis real estate experts and the owners of Boschken Properties, about the housing market in Davis this fall. Today's topics follow up our talk with Steve Boschken last May, and include apartment vacancies, the thin supply of homes for sale, rising home prices, the pandemic, unhealthy air from the wildfires, rents, buyers, trends, interest rates, lasting impacts, and not knowing when students will be able to resume in-person classes at UC Davis.

A Foot In Both Worlds - A Visit With Michael A. Lilly

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Most people know Michael Lilly as a former Hawaii attorney general as well as the lead attorney for Judicial Watch and the Grassroot Institute in the recent Nai Aupuni US Supreme Court Case. Very few however realize that Mike is also a fifth generation Hawaii resident and a direct descendant of Hawaiian Kingdom Nationals. Even more astounding is that several of his ancestors were advisors and confidants to Kamehameha V, Kalakaua and Queen Liliuokalani.