Dec 16, 2019
While serving food to the homeless at ReCraft, John met violinist-turned-entrepreneur Bethany Daugherty who describes the environmental importance of recycling used craft materials.
A musician since age 5, Bethany, now 29, has played in orchestras all over central Indiana, but physical pain caused her to look for new...
Dec 9, 2019
Starting with volunteer work in hospice, our guest, Mike Dunn, has been counseling individuals with loss and stress.
Now he directs more than 30 volunteers and staff who respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to crisis line calls. In this role, he has learned how to listen, to teach, and to manage.
Dec 2, 2019
Jeff Lewis, with over 30 years as a professional opinion pollster, speaks about the practical uses of opinion polling in the current election cycle.
Nov 22, 2019
Morton defends the right of a professor to say whatever he wants, no matter how obnoxious, in the context of private opinions. A tweet is not a classroom, and a teacher should not be disciplined within the classroom for opinions expressed elsewhere.
Nov 18, 2019
Opening with the sounds of a kennel, this revealing conversation with Katie Kennepohl describes the operations and philosophies of Indianapolis Animal Care Services, of which she is Deputy Director.
Here we discuss books, movies, adoptions, volunteers, the Parvo virus and a fact that surprised John and Morton: more...