Jim comes in today to talk about a vision of the future, one without fossil fuels. No nuts and bolts, but a firm jolt–the world will collectively decide to deal with carbon. What do you think? Download this one and listen–and while you’re at it, search back and put together a Blackburn listener (reader).
In these tumultuous times, we stop to think about things we can impact–LOCAL! We talk about local issues, local things to get involved in, and then Sarah, from the Galveston Bay Foundation, comes on to talk about the most local of all–our Bay- and how we can help take care of it. One way is to report pollution: yes, a new “app” that lets us document and report, the rest is to get involved with local things like this Saturday’s Bay Day, and all the things GBF does.
The main purpose of the show was to let people know about the quilt show, but this is a great chance to learn about quilting, some history, and the Quilt Guild of Greater Houston and what all the opportunities to join, learn (from scratch, even) and add to the hundreds of quilts they give to organizations through the year.
The first purpose of the show was to tell about the upcoming Fourth Ramadan Dinner, coming up on June 3. But this show was also an opportunity for us to ask questions and learn about Islam. If you would like to learn about the Muslim faith, this would be a very good place to start–and we thank Mona and Sarah for making this possible. Listen now
Today, “It’s time to smell the coffee”, both in celebration of their new coffee house, ThroughGood, and as a metaphor for the ideas and reflections that Juanita and Rudy bring to today’s show. From examination to hope for tomorrow to things to creations, it’s all right here, download it and take it with you!