In The Studio - People Saving People

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Host Lin Weaver talks with Vicki Wolfe, Communications Manager for Vitalant about the blood donation shortage, and why there is one. They discussed the various blood types and how those are used, why it is so important to donate, who benefits from the donation, who is eligible, and the process to sign up to donate.

For more information call 1-877-25-VITAL

Recorded 2/23/2023

In The Studio - Vets Theatre Gets A Makeover

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Tim Gaffaney hosts Joseph Fletcher who is the theater manager for the Vets Memorial Theatre (VMT) in Davis. They discussed the upgrades being made to the theatre, what Civic Practice Theatre is and how that aligns with the mission to foster civic identity, how covid has affected the arts and this theatre, and plans for the future including their mobile stage.

Recorded 2/8/23

In The Studio - A Community of Arts

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Tim Gaffaney hosts Shelly Gilbride, Chair of Arts Alliance Davis. They discussed what the organization is and what they do, the history of the Alliance, current happenings and a support system for the arts.

Shelly also talked about her role as chair and how it aligns with her position as the Director of I-House Davis.

Recorded 1/12/2023

First Annual Harper Jr. High Music Program Fall Concert

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For the first time in its history, all music ensembles of Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Jr. High School will be performing at one concert under a single director.

The Harper Jr. High Music Program 2022 Fall Concert, directed by Greg Brucker, will be held at Davis High School's Brunelle Hall on Thursday, November 17th, 2022. The concert begins at 7 PM.

Redlined - A Conversation about Housing with Leah Rothstein

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Interfaith Housing Justice Davis, League of Women Voters Davis Area and Avid Reader brings Leah Rothstein for a conversation about Housing.  Recorded by Davis Media Access via Zoom on November 17, 2022.

In his book The Color Of Law, Richard Rothstein explained how government policy intentionally segregated our cities and suburbs. In Just Action (release spring 2023), Leah Rothstein and Richard Rothstein describe what we can do now, in our own communities, to undo racial segregation and begin to repair the harms it has caused us all.

In The Studio - Illuminate, Educate and Connect - the Mondavi Center at 20

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Host Tim Gaffaney spoke with Jeremy Ganter,  Director of Programming and Associate Executive Director of the Mondavi Center about the center's history and mission, its role as both a campus and regional resource, its diverse programming, the focus on diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion, and their vision for the next 20 years.

Recorded 11/01/22