May 30, 2017
Summer is here, school is out, everything is changing–and today’s show tells about simple changes you can make to get closer to the healthy life, the anti-disease life in general and the anti-cancer life specifically. Alison talks about the changes, the mix of six, and Lorenzo brings in the research and reasons behind these changes. Even a small start helps a lot, so podcast this one and keep it with you.
May 23, 2017
Texas Campaign for the Environment works on many things that affect our lives, and Melanie, their Houston leader, has championed a number of issues at the local and state level. She talks today about her life, activism, learning and how we all can become a part of the decisions that are so important.
May 16, 2017
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).
May 9, 2017
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.
May 2, 2017
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.