Nov 25, 2020
College freshman Liam Price, a special athlete, talks about the challenges of autism and turrets, Special Olympics, taking two girls to his high school prom, and potential public service in the future.
His parents Cindy and Jon joined this conversation.
A recent speech by Liam is appended at the end.
Nov 18, 2020
This conversation is not for persons contented with Indiana's public health. Dr. Richard Feldman has a lot to say, including about Indiana's response to COVID 19, and he has the qualifications to do so.
Dr. Feldman served almost 40 years as director of the Franciscan Health family Residency Program, and 4 years as...
Nov 11, 2020
Nothing equals the joy of speaking to a long-time activist, in this case, Betty Leclare, who helped to found and to support The Phoenix Theatre, The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Hot Line, and the community referral service known as 211.
Is she still active? Darn right, writing news for her community,...
Nov 4, 2020
World-class violin soloist and orchestra performer Galiya Zharova joined us by zoom from Moscow, telling us about her orchestra in Moscow, and her world travels for solo performances and violin competitions.
She appeared at The International Violin Competition of Indianapolis in 2018.
Oct 27, 2020
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Nyle Kardatzke (Eritrea) describes the joy of being Headmaster of Indianapolis' Sycamore School.
In an unexpected diversion, we learn that Nyle also is author of Widow-man, about the lives of widowers, which, he states, are different than the lives of widows.
(Men: better learn now...