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Best KUNR Staff podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best KUNR Staff podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Dr. Jankovich has been working as a psychologist since 1974. She works with a range of problems including relationships, depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, grief, trauma, and struggles with life transitions. Rebecca practices what she preaches to not burn out by leaving the office to ride equine races with her horses, and travel the world.
 
We are shaped in large part by when and where we live, and every combination of locale and era sets the stage for a new story. In this regular segment, professional historian Alicia Barber presents an engaging array of narratives and voices from the past, focusing on the rich and diverse heritage of Northern Nevada and the Eastern Sierra. In the process, she brings historical perspective to our own time and place, shedding light on who we are as a community, how we got here, and where we mig ...
 
Home and rental prices continue to soar in Northern Nevada and Northeastern California, leaving more working families and individuals on the brink. Seniors, college students, single parents, immigrants, and the working poor are particularly vulnerable. Some must choose to pay rent over buying food or securing healthcare. The lack of affordable housing in urban and rural areas alike is changing the identity of this region. In response, the KUNR newsroom is examining housing through many lense ...
 
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Getting over a breakup is very difficult for both partners.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Be thoughtful about how you present your concerns.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
This fall, there’s been a lot of talk and media coverage about the campus climate at the University of Nevada, Reno in light of several incidents of hate and bias on campus. Those have included graffiti of swastikas and flyers for a white nationalist group. A visit to campus by controversial conservative speaker Charlie Kirk also created an emo ...…
 
Try to never say, "I wish you would have..." it sounds like you are scolding your partner.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Watch for whether they do what they say they're going to do.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Don't include complaints in your compliments.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
With campaigning well underway for many local, state, and federal elected offices, it’s a good time to look back at how Nevada’s political landscape has changed through the years. In this episode of “Time & Place,” historian Alicia Barber takes a close look at Nevada’s seats in the United States Congress.…
 
The body scent of a romantic partner is important to the relationship.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
They change their drinking only when they choose to stop.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Today, the cities of Reno and Sparks make up one large metropolitan area. But unlike Reno, Sparks wasn’t known as a destination for gambling until the 1950s. Historian Alicia Barber tells the story of the Sparks casino that changed all of that, in this episode of “Time & Place.”By Alicia Barber
 
When your adopted child seeks her biological parents.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Our media landscape is constantly changing with the introduction of new technologies and formats, but it all began with words printed on a page. Historian Alicia Barber traces the evolution of Reno’s daily newspapers in this installment of Time & Place .By Alicia Barber
 
There is an art to how you talk to a grieving person.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
We don't know why teens are becoming more anxious.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Some career questions to ask your children.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Classes are underway at the University of Nevada in Reno. And in this segment of “Time & Place,” historian Alicia Barber tells the story of how, why and where it all began.By Alicia Barber
 
It may not feel like fall out there yet, but for students throughout our region, summer vacation is over and school is back in session. In this episode of “Time & Place,” historian Alicia Barber takes a look back at the development of Reno’s public schools and some of the neighborhoods they served.By Alicia Barber
 
It may take weeks for the medication to begin working.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Choose where you spend your time with care.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Good grades in college don't predict success.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Summertime in Northern Nevada can really bring the heat. Fortunately, for most of us, cooling down is as easy as heading to the refrigerator. But it wasn’t always so easy for our region’s residents to chill out in the hot weather, as historian Alicia Barber explains in this episode of “Time & Place.”…
 
Abuse can be insidious. Watch for these signs.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Today, casinos are run by corporations that operate under a set of industry-wide standards and practices, but in the early days of Nevada gaming, the way a casino operated could tell you a lot about its owners. Historian Alicia Barber describes one notable example in this episode of Time & Place .By Alicia Barber
 
We think the grief of loss will go away far more quickly than is possible.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Your natural response may be to take away the pain when you should be listening instead.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
Couples fight over differences in pacing.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
If a person suddenly develops anxiety symptoms, first look for medical causes.By Dr. Rebecca Jankovich
 
The Reno Rodeo celebrates the 100th anniversary of its founding this year, and as you might imagine, the event has inspired a wide range of traditions over the course of a century. Historian Alicia Barber highlights one of them in this installment of Time & Place .By Alicia Barber
 
This year marks the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad, a massive undertaking that employed thousands of Chinese immigrants. In this installment of “Time & Place,” historian Alicia Barber explains some of the challenges faced by the Chinese residents of the Sierra Nevada after the railroad was finished. As a wa ...…
 
It’s well known that the landscape around Reno was once filled with working farms and ranches. And as the tourism industry developed, some ranch owners noticed a growing interest among visitors in playing cowboy—or at least in meeting one. Historian Alicia Barber explains in this installment of Time & Place .…
 
Today, Virginia City, Nevada attracts more than two million visitors each year. But that wasn’t always the case. In this segment of “Time & Place,” Alicia Barber explains how early promoters helped turn the historic mining town into a national tourist destination.By Alicia Barber
 
The fact that prostitution is legal in some parts of Nevada remains a source of controversy both inside and outside the state. Although it’s not allowed in Washoe County today, the city of Reno has been more permissive in the past.By Alicia Barber
 
This month, KUNR is featuring stories about Reno's iconic neon in a series called Sparked: Northern Nevada’s Neon . In this installment of Time & Place , historian Alicia Barber explains how the shifting popularity of neon has been reflected locally in the evolution of Reno’s most celebrated landmark.…
 
As neighboring countries, the United States and Mexico have a long history of bilateral agreements. In this installment of “Time & Place,” historian Alicia Barber looks at one cooperative program introduced during World War II to benefit residents on both sides of the border.By Alicia Barber
 
February is Black History Month, and in this segment of “Time & Place”, historian Alicia Barber discusses a groundbreaking African American architect from California whose contributions crossed the border into Nevada more than seventy years ago.By Alicia Barber
 
In the 1930's, the effects of the Great Depression reached nearly every community in the United States. In this segment of Time & Place , Historian Alicia Barber describes one federal relief program that helped rebuild Nevada while putting thousands of Americans back on their feet.By Alicia Barber
 
Nevada’s casino industry is one of the most tightly regulated in the world, but it takes a lot of legislation and enforcement to keep it that way. In this segment of Time & Place , historian Alicia Barber describes one of the earliest challenges to the state’s strict gaming laws.By Alicia Barber
 
The bombing of Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 plunged the United States into the Second World War, disrupting the lives of millions of American residents. Among them were thousands of people of Japanese descent. Historian Alicia Barber tells the story of one Nevada family’s experience in this segment of Time & Place.…
 
Every autumn, we brace ourselves for the onset of another flu season. In this segment of Time & Place , historian Alicia Barber takes us back one hundred years, when one of the biggest influenza pandemics in history had western Nevada in its grip.By Alicia Barber
 
Episode 10 - What We Learned In the final episode of Priced Out Joey talks to some of the people that helped make it a reality. As the title would suggest, you will find out what everyone learned through reporting on the issue of affordable housing. We would like to thank all of you for listening!By Joey Lovato
 
Episode 9 - Taxes And Tahoe Joey talks with one Reno resident who is thinking about moving out of the area because of the steep rent increases. Paul brings you a story on the policy and tax structures that are impacting the housing situation. And finally, Business Reporter Tim Lenard goes up to Tahoe and chats with the CEO of the Tahoe Prosperi ...…
 
Episode 8 - Motels and Dorms In this episode, Joey has a guest co-host reporter Jacob Solis. You'll hear from Paul Boger as he talks about daily motels and the impact they are having on the affordable housing problem in the area. Later on in the episode, Jacob has a story about the city's plans to build dorm-style living in Reno, and he wraps u ...…
 
BONUS - Pets and Housing We've got a special bonus episode of the podcast this week. Joey is joined by a special cohost, Jacob Solis. First, we will hear a story from Bree Zender about pets and how they impact renters. Then Jacob talks with the SPCA to find out more about how the housing crunch is impacting pet owners and pet adoptions.…
 
Episode 7 - Proposing Solutions This week Joey is joined by editor Michelle Billman while Bree is out reporting. Joey and Michelle talk about the affordable housing community conversation that KUNR held on June 20 at Moana Nursery. We hear from Kim Robinson of Truckee Meadows Regional Planning Agency, State senator Julia Ratti, Eric Novak from ...…
 
Episode 6 - How Housing Is Tied To Food Insecurity With housing insecurity comes food insecurity. This week we hear a story from community health reporter Anh Gray about the Northern Nevada Food Bank and the food pantries in the area. After that, Anh sits down and talks with Al Brislain the president and CEO of the food bank. Joey also gets a c ...…
 
Episode 5 - Health, Housing And Mental Illness In this episode of Priced Out, Joey and Bree hear from reporter Anh Gray about how the housing situation is impacting the health of the community. Then Bree has a story on mental illness, talking to one mother looking for her son.By lovatojoey@gmail.com (Joey Lovato)
 
Episode 4 - Big Projects, Tiny Homes Reporter Noah Glick goes to Battle Moutain and Western Nevada College to check out a few tiny homes. He chats with developers to see how these homes may be a solution to the housing crunch and what problems they faced along the way. Joey sits down to chat with Noah to get a better idea of these challenges, a ...…
 
Episode 3 - Growing Student Body, Growing Housing Challenges In this episode, Joey and Bree chat with reporter Jacob Solis and business reporter Noah Glick. Jacob's story is looking at the lack of student housing and how students are being impacted along with what the University of Nevada, Reno is doing. Noah talks with builders in the Reno are ...…
 
Episode 2 - Senior Living In The Housing Crunch In this week's episode of Priced Out, we take a look at how the housing crunch affects seniors with our reporter Anh Gray. She looks at one of the senior centers in Reno, where she talks to employees as well as seniors about their living situation. Joey then debriefs Anh about her experience.…
 
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