Author and independent journalist Brad Edmondson was in Tucson for the 2015 Tucson Festival of Books to discuss his book Ice Cream Social: The Struggle for Ben & Jerry’s Soul. Edmondson stopped by the KXCI studios while he was in town to tell us this story. From modest roots to iconic success, has always been… Read more »
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This week’s interview on The Weekly Green, is with the ever so hilarious Kieran Sikdar, Program Manager, from Watershed Management Group. Listen to Kieran tell us all about WMG’s Consulting Services. From WMG’s site: “Get expert advice and all your questions answered about: water conservation and water harvesting, edible landscapes, landscape restoration, and green… Read more »
Petey whines a little about the wildflower display near his home, but finds a flower that calms him down.
Support KXCI with a new or renewing pledge today and you’ll be entered to win fabulous prizes, including an opportunity to attend a live recording of Calexico on March 24th in Studio 2a. Thanks in advance for helping us to make this our most successful Membership Drive ever. Membership is our largest single form of… Read more »
When Petey gets done slinging binomials around he finally decides to talk about a very cool native butterfly.
Learn about the Shade Tree program via Trees for Tucson. This week Gretchen, of The Weekly Green, talks with Rocky Yosek about how to get discounted shade trees delivered to your home! Did you know you can get shade trees for $8.00? And, you can get more trees every year! Air dates:… Read more »
A Chat with Brad Lancaster, again! He is a wealth of information! This week we talked more about tree planting, this time what types of trees he recommends. Now is a great time to plant those trees, Tucson! This is part 2/2 of my chat with Brad about effective tree planting. Air Dates March… Read more »
Petey fondly remembers an old friend and a favorite plant.
This is your 91.3 KXCI weekend spotlight … This week we spotlight a benefit concert to support HOPE, Inc.’s newest endeavor: the Anchor Music Project (AMP) on Saturday, March 14 from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Armory Park Center, 220 South 5th Ave. All ticket revenue will go toward funding AMP, which will serve… Read more »
Meet Sheryl Chen, a senior at the University of Arizona. Sheryl was born and raised in Malaysia, but ten years ago moved here with her family. She studies allergies and asthma, and the different chemicals involved in triggering asthma attacks. From cockroaches to shrimp shells, take on an experience as you discover the human respiratory system…. Read more »
Eleanor Friedberger with Golden Boots at Club Congress this Saturday March 7, 2015 More information and tickets can be found at http://hotelcongress.com/music/eleanor-friedberger/
Petey jabbers about monkey flowers and sandhill cranes and declares that spring has sprung in the desert grassland.
Former Tucson vice mayor and retired Tucson Unified School District principal Charles Ford, Ph.D.; and Native Tucsonan and former president of the Dunbar Coalition and Cressworth Lander weighed in on the civil rights movement in Tucson. On January 15, 2013 The University of Arizona Library Special collections unveiled a new exhibition which reflects on 50… Read more »
Gretchen of The Weekly Green talks with Brad Lancaster about tree planting in Tucson. This segment, part 1 of 2, delves into tree placement for maximum effectiveness. Brad explains tree planting should be prioritized first on the west side of your home, then east, north then finally south. He also explains why and gives some great tips…. Read more »
Petey sees his first official wildflower of spring and is his usual excited self.
Today on 30 Minutes, scholar and story teller Dr. Michael Engs tells little known stories about African Latinas in colonial Arizona. He is co-owner of Arizona Heritage Tours. He is also a volunteer with the Tucson Presidio Trust. He strives to bring the history of Black people and their extensive contributions to the settlement of… Read more »
Petey cruises dirt roads along the east side of the Dragoon Mountains looking at rubble and plants.
Gretchen of The Weekly Green interviews Melissa Amarello, Co Founder & Director of Education for Advocates for Snake Preservation. ASP’s Mission is “to use science, education, and advocacy to promote compassionate conservation and coexistence with snakes.” More from their website: “Snakes are threatened by many of the same issues that affect all wildlife, including… Read more »
30 Minutes speaks with Ann Yellott, Culture of Peace Alliance Grants Coordinator, and Andrea Martinez, senior at Pueblo High School and youth chair of the Youth and Peace Conference Planning Committee. The 4th Annual Youth and Peace Conference takes place Saturday, February 21st at Higher Ground at Wakefield, 101 W. 44th St from 9am to… Read more »
Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers with Gabriel Sullivan at Rialto Theater this Saturday February 14th Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers with Gabriel Sullivan More information and tickets can be found at http://www.rialtotheatre.com/event/755785-roger-clyne-peacemakers-tucson/ The weekend spotlight is sponsored by The Tucson Museum of Art, located downtown. Events and exhibitions can be found at TucsonMuseumOfArt.Org
This week, Gretchen was super-excited to talk to the amazing Brad Lancaster, author of Rainwater Harvesting for Drylands and Beyond. The whole interview is here, online @ 5:24. It was abbreviated on the radio broadcast, in the interest of time. Gretchen talks with Brad, here, about Desert Harvesters and what types of foods are edible in the… Read more »
Petey clambers over barbed wire fences in botanical pursuit. Please be careful Petey!
Here are the four Public Service Announcements currently in rotation on KXCI! PSA A Living Streets Alliance announces a Kidical Mass bike ride on Saturday, February 14th at noon, starting from and returning to Blenman Elementary School, 1695 N. Country Club. There will be bike repair, helmets for youth, ice cream treats and more. Kidical… Read more »
Brian Lopez & Carlos Arzate & The Kind Souls perform this Friday February 6th at Monterey Court Monterey Court Studio Galleries and Cafe 505 W Miracle Mile $10 advance / $15 d.o.s. *All Ages Brian Lopez Carlos Arzate & The Kind Souls open the night – See more at: https://kxci.org/event/brian-lopez-guest-carlos-arzate-monterey-court/ The weekend spotlight is… Read more »
According to Petey canyon hackberry trees beg to be hugged. Oh dear.
Excerpts from a December 2014 panel discussion convened by the YWCA Tucson called Prison Policy: A Crime Against Our Community. Today’s speaker is Tom Litwicki, CEO of Old Pueblo Community Services whose mission is to support those in our community who are currently struggling with addiction, homelessness, and mental health concerns, by providing dignified supportive… Read more »
“Cowboy Operetta” benefit concert event this Saturday January 31st at 7pm at The El Casino Ballroom. “A Cowboy Operetta” Benefit Concert Featuring Cory Padilla and LeeAnne Savage Benefiting Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund – Formed by Justin Boots with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA) and the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA), the 501-C3 non-profit charity… Read more »
Biochemistry and Molecular and Cellular Biology, that is what Britney is studying. Though, not a UBRP Student she will be giving talks, presentations, and looks forward to do further research on cancer. For now, she researches cells and listens to Sam Smith
Theresa is a senior at the University of Arizona. She is studying the reproductive systems of mosquitos, mainly the iron that is used. This educational experience will leave several mosquito myths broken, while also informing you about the commitment of the average UBRP student. Later, we hear the Beatles Hey Jude and Aviccii. All this… Read more »
This week Gretchen of The Weekly Green gets the some deets on Watershed Management Group’s H20 Harvesting classes provided by Kieran Sikdar, Program Manager @ WMG. The class is required before Tucson Water will provide a rebate. “The Tucson Water Rainwater Harversting rebate will reimburse up to $2,000 for residential rainwater-harvesting systems. This includes systems installed… Read more »
Between the Mesquitey chickens finally laying some eggs and the point leaf manzanita blooming in the hills, there is much excitement around the ol’ homestead.
Today on 30 Minutes, we’ll hear excerpts from a December 2014 panel discussion convened by the YWCA Tucson called Prison Policy: A Crime Against Our Community. Today’s speaker is Caroline Isaacs, MSW, Program Director of Arizona American Friends Service Committee. She describes some history of US and Arizona prison policy and the impacts on our… Read more »
Petey laments some invasive plant species and in particular a non-native grass that is spreading in the hills near his home.
The Haymarket Squares and The March forth Marching Band perform Saturday January 24th at The Rialto Theatre in an all ages 8:00pm show. March Fourth Marching Band is a mobile big band spectacular, consisting of saxophones, trombones, trumpets and a drum/percussion corps, anchored by pumping battery-powered electric bass. Stiltwalkers, dancing girls, flag twirlers, clown… Read more »
Gretchen of The Weekly Green interviews Natasha Winnik of Originate Natural Building Materials. Natasha is the owner of a Originate, which has been around for 11 years, in the Dunbar Spring Neighborhood in Downtown Tucson. “Originate is a natural building materials showroom that specializes in interior finishes that are environmentally friendly, non-toxic, durable, and… Read more »
This week’s segment is an interview with Rocky Yosek, Operations Coordinator for Trees for Tucson. “Trees for Tucson is an urban forestry program designed to reduce energy consumption and encourage conservation through planting trees.” TEP & Trico customers can trees purchase every year at a reduced price. “In addition to trees and tree-planting events,… Read more »
On Monday, January 19, 2015th from 7am to 6pm, KXCI will honor the legacy of the civil rights struggle by featuring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speech segments throughout the day as KXCI programmers spin a great mix of socially relevant music. KXCI has also recorded the following speakers from our community and will broadcast… Read more »
TUCSON OBSERVES MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY HOLIDAY WITH FREEDOM BELL RINGING AND 30TH ANNUAL MARCH AND FESTIVAL The Martin Luther King (MLK) Day Festival Committee is planning two events for this year’s holiday celebration. The first event will be held at El Presidio Park at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 17. The Freedom Bell Ringing… Read more »
The UA Department of Gender and Women’s Studies, The Feminist Wire, Lehigh University, the Human Rights Campaign and more than 30 units across the UA campus are sponsoring the Black Life Matters Conference, which will be held January 15th-17th in Tucson. 30 Minutes spoke with three of the local conference organizers: Monica J. Casper, UA’s… Read more »
In October 2014, The University of Arizona Libraries, The Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry, The UA School of Art, The UA School of Journalism, and the Center for Border and Global Journalism convened to hold an opening event for The Documented Border Exhibit and Digital Archive. Today on 30 Minutes, we’ll hear celebrated author Luis Alberto… Read more »
Ozomatli is playing in Tucson for the benefit Concert For Civility on Sunday, January 11th at The Rialto Theatre. To celebrate this great event we are podcasting Ozomatli’s live performance in Studio 2A from March 2014. **(The audio stream is no longer available, it was just streaming through the weekend of the event)** Their lively… Read more »
The KXCI staff, Board of Directors, and volunteers congratulate Corbin Dooley and Toby Roberts on Electric Feel’s 250th show. Celebrate with us on the radio this Friday, January 9th at 8:00pm on 91.3 FM and streaming at kxci.org. Hosted and mixed live by Corbin Dooley & Toby Roberts, Electric Feel features two hours of eclectic… Read more »
This week on The Weekly Green, Gretchen interviews Kieran Sikdar, Program Manager at Watershed Management Group, here in Tucson. They discuss WMG’s Co-op program. The Co-op program utilizes a “Barn Raising” model. Volunteers participate by working on a project and then bank hours that can be used on their own project or donated to a project… Read more »
Petey jabbers on and on about grasses and finally decides Bouteloua radicosa (purple grama) is his favorite, at least for now .
Join us Thursday, New Year’s Day, for our countdown of the 100 Most Played Albums of 2014, starting at 7am on Your Morning Brew (91.3 FM KXCI-Tucson) and running through The Home Stretch KXCI at 6pm (with a break for Democracy Now at noon). We’ll also share songs from many of the great artists who… Read more »
Petey talks about the beautiful desert shrub Simmondsia chinensis, better known as jojoba.
Gretchen of The Weekly Green chats with Roxanne Garcia, Co-Director of Heirloom Farmers Markets. They talk here, specifically about the Farmers Market at Rillito Park. This Market is open every Saturday and Sunday from 9-1. Every single week. From their site: “Located in the southeast corner of the Rillito Park property right next to the… Read more »
Petey Mesquitey sees some interesting plants while hiking and gets very excited. What’s new?
Diana Rhoades on The Weekly Green with Gretchen about an upcoming event called Buffelgrass and Burritos.Details on the event below.Listen to the informative segment to find out why Buffelgrass is soooooo very bad for the Sonoran Desert, in and around Tucson. Friends of “A” Mountain, Tucson Clean and Beautiful, Southern Arizona Buffelgrass Coordination Center,… Read more »
An interview on The Weekly Green, with Local First AZ‘s Southern Arizona Director, Erika Mitnik-White. When you buy local during the holidays, it has a huge impact on the community. Up to 4x more money stays our community when you buy local. Learn more by listening to the informative podcast, here! Air dates for this… Read more »
30 Minutes features Culture of Peace Alliance (COPA) president Sat Bir Kaur Khalsa and Hannis Latham, from Tucson Chapter 13 from Veterans for Peace. The two groups are collaborating to show the film Joyeux Noel which tells the story of the 1914 Christmas Truce which took place during World War I between the Allies and… Read more »
KXCI’s 13th Annual Sonic Solstice is a 4 hour live broadcast with a heavenly host of live in Studio 2A local musical acts. KXCI invites you to tune in to KXCI from 5 to 9 pm on Monday, December 15th for the 13th Annual Sonic Solstice. Locals Only host Matt Milner and seasoned KXCI Djs… Read more »
This Thesis Thursday we are introduced to Adele Koutia. Adele is majoring in physiology and neuroscience which entails studying parts of the brain. The specific part that Adele finds most intriguing is the hippocampus. The hippocampus as described holds much resemblance to an internal GPS, helping you to remember a certain path that may lead to… Read more »
TUCSON (December 12, 2014) — As KXCI Community Radio General Manager Randy Peterson steps down to pursue other interests, the KXCI Board of Directors mounts a national search for new leadership. After 15 years of service and leadership – six of those years as general manager – Peterson is considering new leadership roles and opportunities of his own in… Read more »
Today on Thesis Thursday we meet Chris Vance, who’s studying to be a neurosurgeon. This entails him studying language, its connection to the brain, and how nuance in a voice can change the meaning behind your vocals drastically. This story is not only informative, but motivational as we learn what made a little boy go… Read more »
On this edition of Thesis Thursday we meet Paola Lopez, otherwise known as Andy. Andy is a junior a the university of Arizona and is perusing a double major in Math and Chemical Engineering. In years previous she attended Columbia University, working with bovine joint muscles to learn more about arthritis. Now, under a UBRP… Read more »
Petey thinks that being out in the wild is good for children and adults as well. What?!
Gretchen of The Weekly Green chats with Emily Brott of Conserve to Enhance otherwise known as C2E. Emily explains how you can conserve to enhance in Tucson. “Conserve to Enhance (C2E) is a program that links water conservation efforts to watershed restoration and enhancement, ensuring that your water savings benefit our community. Tucson Water,… Read more »
Petey thinks seeds have stories and the Mexican June corn that a young farmer is growing will have some stories to tell. Let’s listen.
A chat with Diana Rhoades about Sentinel Peak Park A.K.A. “A” Mountain and the group “Friends of A Mountain“. December 5th @ noon meet Diana @ The Mercado for a lovely and lively (knowing Diana) four mile loop walk up to A Mountain and back. She will be walking first Friday every month. Time will… Read more »
The KXCI audience has voted – repeatedly! – to select the 913 Greatest Songs Ever. More than 1,750 votes were cast in the largest online contest in KXCI’s history, and just in time for the celebration of our 31st anniversary on Saturday, December 6th. The Top 5 songs are listed below (or will be after… Read more »
On November 24, 2014, Logan “Dirtyverbs“ Phillips performed selections from his new book of poetry Sonoran Strange live in Studio 2A on Locals Only. Logan’s multimedia, bilingual performance combined spoken word with sampling and sound collage accompaniment in a sneak preview of his book release show at Club Congress on December 5. Sonoran Strange is available… Read more »
30 Minutes speaks with Tucson Samaritans volunteer Michael Hyatt and No More Deaths volunteer Jim Marx. The two Southern Arizona humanitarian aid organizations present a screening of Vincent De La Torre’s newly released film Trails of Hope and Terror on Thursday, December 4 at 7:00pm at the Loft Cinema. The film explores the plight of… Read more »
On November 17th, 2014, Gabriel Sullivan was the Locals Only live guest in Studio 2A along with band mates Brian Lopez, Catfish Conner Gallaher, Thøger Lund and Winston Watson. They featured songs from Gabriel’s new album Jvpiter which they’ll be celebrating this Friday Nov. 21st with a release party at Club Congress. Photography: Nicci Radhe… Read more »
It really does get cold in Tucson! Brrrr… But, with these weatherizing tips from Michael Keith, I’m thinking I can manage. Manage in Tucson, to save some money & stay warm whilst helping our Planet. Michael is a builder who specialized in historic renovations and green building for 28 years in Tucson. He took over… Read more »
Fletcher McCusker, CEO of the downtown Tucson-based Sinfonia Health Care Corporation, is a well-known supporter and fan of great music. As part of KXCI’s 913 Greatest Songs Ever vote, Fletcher joined us to share his personal Top Ten songs, listed below. In his role as chair of the Rio Nuevo redevelopment board, we also discussed… Read more »
30 Minutes features Friends of Reid Park Executive Director Tzadik Rosenberg-Greenberg updating the community on the Expand Reid Park campaign including their upcoming appearance on the agenda for the City of Tucson Parks and Recreation Commission on December 3rd from 3:30-5:30pm and the concurrent launch of their Park Superhero Program. The group believes that Tucson… Read more »
An interview with Local First AZ‘s Southern Arizona Director, Erika Mitnik-White. We chat about Buy Local Month starting November 22nd in Tucson. When you buy local during the holidays, it has a huge impact on the community. Up to 4x more money stays our community when you buy local. The Kick off for Buy Local… Read more »
Meet Omar Hussain. He studies animo biology while working with mice. First, He induces a stroke then later studies their resilience. It is through this observance he can help human stroke victims. Later, we play Rhapsody in Blue by George Gershwin and Hey Yeah covered by Obadiah Parker. All this and much more on The Home… Read more »
Petey is enthusiastic about the naturally occurring grass parks that create magical openings in the coniferous forests of the White Mountains.
This week’s segment is an interview with Roxanne Garcia, Co-Director of Heirloom Farmers Markets. We are chatting about the Viva La Local Food Festival which will be held Sunday, November 16th from 9-5. In the earlier portion of the Festival, the Farmers market will be open. And, there will be a “veggie valet” in… Read more »
Petey finds himself high up in a different lifezone and gets very excited about aspen trees.
30 Minutes speaks with members of the local human rights group Derechos Humanos: Missing Migrant Project coordinator Cristen Vernon, as well as board member and spokesperson Isabel Garcia. They spoke about their work and the upcoming 10th Corazón de Justicia Awards Dinner, Saturday Nov. 15 at El Casino Ballroom. Derechos Humanos will honor 11 Tucson… Read more »
This Thesis Thursday Cathy interviews Ali Shihab. Ali is studying physiology at the University of Arizona. He originally is from Iraq, but came over to the states in 2009 as a refugee. While in Iraq, Ali was studying in medical school, planning to become a doctor. He needs six years of schooling to be considered… Read more »
30 Minutes rebroadcasts Luis Alberto Urrea reading from Nobody’s Son , published by UA Press, at a Dia de los Muertos Celebration held in November 2012 in conjunction with the Confluence Center. Urrea, a 2005 Pulitzer Prize finalist and member of the Latino Literature Hall of Fame, is a prolific and acclaimed writer who uses… Read more »
Petey seems to think that fall is made up of many smaller seasons that make for one long glorious autumn. That’s what he says.
This week’s segment of The Weekly Green features a few of the “Green” Events going on around Tucson in November. Successful desert gardening November 5 A representative from the Pima County Cooperative Extension service will offer gardening demonstrations on Successful desert gardening. When: Wednesday November 5th 1-2 p.m. Where: Murphy-Wilmot Public Library For… Read more »
30 Minutes features an interview with Dr. Roberto Cintli Rodriguez author of Our Sacred Maiz is Our Mother: Indigeneity and Belonging in the Americas from UA Press. Dr. Rodriguez is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mexican American Studies in the University of Arizona. He will speak at a book signing at the Arizona… Read more »
More UBRP this week on Thesis Thursday! University of Arizona Biological Research Program Sophomore Poorva Rajguru talks to Cathy about biology and the wonders of tilomeres. While she’s still figuring out what she wants to do with her career, she did however promise to hopefully come back to KXCI as a senior. Later, we get… Read more »
This Thursday Cathy interviews Wonn Pyon. Wonn is a Senior at University of Arizona Biological Research Program UBRP and is working with kids to study how they see the world. He hopes understanding a child’s mind will lead to new breakthroughs with the adult brain. What a thinker! Later, Pyon requests Jason Mraz as well… Read more »
Petey waxes poetic about the plants and animals found around his little homestead and finally focuses on a plant called Mentzelia pumila. Let’s listen.
This week’s segment: The Weekly Green’s Gretchen in an interview with Kylie Walzak, Coordinator of Cyclovia and Program Manager @ Living Streets Alliance. Kylie tells us all about Cyclovia this fall. The event will be held: Sunday, Nov. 2nd, 2014 10am – 3pm New route featuring the 4th Avenue/Fontana Bike Boulevard For a map of… Read more »
Liz Weibler is a local Artist, Singer, and Costume Maker, who has set up her Washing Machine to output used water into her back yard, to water her plants. In Tucson, and all over, water is a precious resource. Liz explains here how she set up her washing machine to expel it’s used water (Greywater… Read more »
Petey gets very excited about the flight of male Horse Lubber grasshoppers.
In today’s “Thesis Thursday” Cathy interviews Judith Menzel. This senior at the University of Arizona has high hopes as she not only tackles molecular biology, but also linguistics. Hear her voice her and love for both subjects, which major she’s focusing on now, and what she plans to do with these skills after college. Later,… Read more »
30 Minutes spoke with Greg Wetzel and Paula Schlusberg, co-chairs of the Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival, which is dedicated to promoting all facets of sustainability in Tucson and Southern Arizona. The Festival highlights community organizations, companies, and individuals that raise awareness and support actions that help our community work to create a sustainable future in… Read more »
This week’s segment is an interview with Greg Wetzel and Paula Schlusberg who tell us all about the 4th annual Envision Tucson Sustainable Festival. This year’s Festival will be held Sunday, October 26th from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. @ the YWCA which is at 525 N. Bonita. just west of I-10 between St…. Read more »
Today on 30 Mintues, Excerpts from the 2014 Tucson Festival of Books Nuestras Raices, a program of the Pima County Library sponsored the panel entitled Borderlands Productions, Queer Migrations, and Counter Movements. Speakers include UA Professor of Gender and Women’s Studies Eithne Luibheid and Adela C. Licona, Associate Professor and Director of the Rhetoric, Composition,… Read more »
The Weekly Green has been on KXCI Radio for one year now!!! Here are a few of the Green Events going on around in Tucson And SouthernArizona in October LET’S TALK TRASH MondayOct 13th FromGarbage to Gold: TurningOrganic “Waste” Into a Valuable Resource Learn all about composting, how to do it and why it’s… Read more »
Andrew Eshelman is a Bee Hobbyist here in Tucson. He talks to Gretchen of The Weekly Green about keeping Bees and how easy it is. You can also find out more at this workshop Nov 1 and 2nd: CLICK HERE Air dates for this program Sept, 27, 28… Read more »
It took a visiting niece to get Petey back out into the Sonoran desert and remind him that the desert is beautiful.
Today on 30 Minutes: excerpts from the 2014 Tucson Festival of Books. La Estrella de Tucson Editor Ernesto Portillo, Jr. (and KXCI programmer) moderates a panel entitled Lowriding/Lowriting- Stories, Art, Life and Perspectives of the Lowriting Culture. The panel was hosted by Nuestras Raices, a program of the Pima County Library. Panelists include Santino J…. Read more »
Well, there is nothing more fun, well okay, for me, than starting in the desert grassland and slowly driving and stopping your way up into a sky island. The journey into the hills talked about here was inspired by my friend Bill Radke, who told me about these hybrid populations of Aqulegia chrysantha X desertorum…. Read more »
August and September in southeastern Arizona is the most wonderful time to get up into the sky islands, especially is you like cool native plants. I suspect you do, so what are you waiting for? Go.
Cenchrus pauciflorus or Sandbur is a grass! It is a maddening weed. But how about the wild Zinnias of the borderlands? There are 3 species found in Arizona and all three can be found in southeastern Arizona. How cool is that? It’s very cool.
Social Venture Partners Executive Director Julia Waterfall-Kanter stopped by 30 Minutes to discuss SVP Tucson. SVP is currently accepting applications for their newly created Helaine Levy Fellowship. Interested people can learn more about becoming a partner or applying for a grant. SVP Tucson uses a high-engagement model that pools the financial, professional and human resources… Read more »
The UA Department of Family and Community Medicine’s Development Director Thom Melendez stopped by 30 Minutes to talk about The Mobile Health Clinic. A specially outfitted truck provides examination rooms, laboratory services, and special medical tests to those in remote areas who have access to little or no medical facilities, and to patients who do… Read more »
This week’s segment is an interview with Greg Wetzel and Paula Schlusberg of Sustainable Tucson. Learn about some of their upcoming events, and lectures that are free and open to the public. Sustainable Tucson is a” non-profit, grass-roots organization that builds regional resilience and sustainability through awareness raising, community engagement and public/private partnerships. Our members focus their… Read more »
YWCA Tucson Executive Director Kelly Fryer provides an overview of the YWCA mission and programs and discusses upcoming events. The YWCA will be cosponsoring a gubernatorial debate at the Jewish Community Center on Thursday, September 18th. The 26th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference takes place on Tuesday, September 23rd from 7:30- 2:00 at Loew’s Ventana Canyon…. Read more »