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The Valley Labor Report is a weekly talk radio show from Huntsville Alabama hosted by David Story and Jacob Morrison. We focus on organized labor, worker, civil and human rights. The show airs every Saturday from 9:30AM – 11AM on WVNN 92.5 FM. We cover local, state, and national news for workers, by workers. The hosts hope specifically to educate the audience about the power they have through organizing and solidarity. You can support this show through the following links: http://patreon.com ...
 
Before weed delivery apps and dispensaries that look like day spas, a flourishing black market meant trading pounds of marijuana for thousands in cash. Comedian Billy Wayne Davis (Conan, Last Comic Standing) sits down alongside co-host and organic cannabis grower Mike McGowan to talk with these criminals-gone-corporate as they spill the bong water on everything from evading police to making a living in a legalized world. Funny, brutally honest, and, at times, shocking interviews leave listen ...
 
Nice Work! A ServiceRocket Media podcast about the Atlassian ecosystem, features technologists, business experts, and other interesting leaders, thinkers, and voices in the Atlassian Ecosystem. The show is about the innovative and collaborative work people do using the Atlassian Suite. This podcast is produced by ServiceRocket Media, a division of ServiceRocket, a global software adoption company, based in Silicon Valley.
 
Eco Chateau is a full Wellness Spa in San Diego that offers Infrared Sauna Sessions, Heavenly Massages, Colonics, Juice Cleanses, Organic Skin Care and more! Both our beautiful locations have been called, “Hidden gems in San Diego” and we are known for our down-to-earth, caring, amazing staff and let’s not forget the cool penny floor. We invite you to come and achieve optimal Health + Wellness at either our Mission Valley or Sorrento Valley location.
 
Wild Oak Family Farm is a small family farm located in Coloma, California. The guiding philosophy for our farm, what we’re calling beyond organic, is based on permaculture principles and techniques. We’re going to design sustainable plant and animal systems that mimic the wild as much as possible. We started our farm in February 2018 and are podcasting to share our transition from a metropolitan life in Silicon Valley to a country life running a small farm. For the first few years we’ll be f ...
 
Cal Ag Roots unearths stories about farming history that challenge us to think deeply about the struggles, breakthroughs, battles and innovations that have shaped California agriculture. Tune in to learn the surprising histories behind the ways we produce food today. You might never look at your grocery aisle in the same way again!
 
Binaryh's Upcoming Gigs Thu 16 Jan, 20 TBA, TBA, São Paulo, Brazil Sat 18 Jan, 20 TBA, Manaus, Brazil Sat 01 Feb, 20 TBA, Athens, Greece Fri 14 Feb, 20 TBA, São Paulo, Brazil See the full listing here http://gigs.gigatools.com/u/binaryh Powered by GigaTools Rene and Camila constitute the union of two parallel forces that have the same intensity, applied to the sound system translated as Binaryh. The duo seeks to create their music with freedom and emotion. As a set of two levels of tension, ...
 
Delicious Revolution is a show about food, culture, and place. We talk with people whose expertise in food comes from working with food as farmers, fishers, artists, cooks, activists, scholars, journalists, and more. They spend a large portion of their life thinking about food- what it means, how to make it, how to change the food system, how it ties together societies. We will bring you in-depth conversations with some of the brilliant people that inspire the ways we think about food. Find ...
 
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Scott and Adam turn down their mics for this one as the charismatic Frenchy Cannoli presents the history of hash and concentrates. Frenchy takes us through the origins of cannabis and traces it's journey across the planet. We learn the history of hash making and move on to the modern concentrate scene. Frenchy stresses the differences between hash …
 
The day before Thanksgiving is typically one of the busiest days of the year for restaurants. But with state guidelines encouraging people to stay home, many businesses fear they’ll just continue to lose money. Javier Ruiz is a line cook at Little Hong Kong Chinese Cuisine on E street in Fresno’s Chinatown. The restaurant reopened with new owners i…
 
Yesterday, Governor Asa Hutchinson held his weekly coronavirus response briefing ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday. The briefing follows more high numbers of new COVID-19 cases, deaths and record hospitalizations. Hutchinson said the increased volume of cases has been challenging for contact tracers and the average timeframe from collection of the …
 
With a rise in COVID-19 infections and hospitalizations, Mercy Fort Smith is proactively reaching out to patients and asking them to consider becoming plasma donors. Convalescent plasma may contain antibodies that may help patients fighting the virus. Donors need to be fully recovered for 28 days before donating plasma.…
 
Two days before the Thanksgiving holiday, the superintendent of the Springdale School District announced all schools would be pivoting to remote learning until Dec. 7. Superintendent Jarred Cleveland said there were too many staff who had tested positive for COVID-19 or had to be quarantined due to possible exposure that they weren't sure there wou…
 
KUAF General Manager Leigh Wood and Ozarks at Large Host Kyle Kellams discuss the state of the station in what has been a most unusual, challenging, constructive and emotional year. We also wanted to thank you, our listeners, members and sustainers, for your continued support of KUAF 91.3.By kkellam@uark.edu (Kyle Kellams)
 
Wine grape researchers are well aware of the damage that smoke can do to the grapes. But what about ash? Some tips about what you shouldn’t do. We do a deep dive into the Sacramento County Agriculture crop report. The 2019 edition just came out. It’s no-till November, we talk with one farm advisor about the benefits of not tilling your fields. And …
 
A private philanthropic foundation is donating over two million dollars in grants to six organizations in Fresno as part of a nationwide social justice initiative . In a statement the Kresge Foundation’s CEO and President Rip Rapson said, “These new grants and social investments seek to ensure that racial justice activists and leaders have sufficie…
 
The state's Fresh Start Program , which allocated $10 million in federal CARES Act funding for rental assistance, opened to applicants on Nov. 9. In Washington County, the Economic Opportunity Agency , which is administering the funding to renters in the area, received over 900 applications in just one week. The EOA and renters are reporting some p…
 
The Emmet Cohen Trio will perform at the Walton Arts Center on Saturday, Dec. 5. The performance will take place in Baum Walker Hall with social distancing policies in effect. Ahead of the show, we hear from the musician about his work, about getting better in jazz clubs in New York City and why his fellow musicians have been so important to him du…
 
Arkansas service and hospitality businesses impacted by the pandemic have until Wednesday at midnight to apply for Business Interruption Program grants, made available through the federal CARES Act. Stacy Hurst, Secretary of the Arkansas Department of Parks, Heritage and Tourism, as well as Mary Beth Brooks, director of the Small Business Technolog…
 
As city and county governments across Arkansas receive reimbursements from the state's allotment of CARES Act funding, Springdale Mayor Doug Sprouse explains what the city will do with its nearly $2.9 million share. He says a discussion about purchasing a firing range for the police department got incorrectly mixed up with a discussion about the fe…
 
Last week, Fayetteville Health Officer Dr. Marti Sharkey sent a letter to University of Arkansas Chancellor Joseph Steinmetz on behalf of the city's Health Board asking him to consider the rapid community spread and hospital capacity in Northwest Arkansas when deciding whether to bring students back to campus after Thanksgiving. Also last week, the…
 
The Fresno Center is getting ready for the holiday week ahead with a special turkey giveaway Monday. It’s the nonprofit’s latest effort to fight hunger during this pandemic. What started as a monthly food distribution has now become a weekly event at the Fresno Center. It’s a lifeline for people like Wessly Sequeiros. “These places that help us wit…
 
Not every small town in the Valley has a COVID-19 code enforcement officer, but Firebaugh does. His name is Sef Gonzalez and on this Tuesday, he’s dropping by restaurants downtown to remind them of the new rules issued by Governor Gavin Newsom. At a Mexican restaurant, Don Pepe, Gonzalez tells the owner Juan Miguel indoor dining must stop by 3 p.m.…
 
On this week's Valley Edition: Governor Gavin Newsom announced California was pulling the emergency break on its reopening plan due to the state’s rising COVID-19 numbers. We go to Firebaugh to get the reaction of this small Fresno County farming town that has fought hard to keep cases low. Plus, we discuss the growing humanitarian crisis in Nagorn…
 
Arkansas heads into the weekend with another day of more than 2,000 new cases of COVID-19. The Arkansas Department of Health is reporting 2,061 new confirmed and probable cases of the virus, along with 24 additional deaths. Hospitalizations also reached a new high of 935. At a briefing in Little Rock today, Dr. Cam Patterson, the chancellor of the …
 
Ben Hovland, a Carroll County, Arkansas native who chairs the independent bipartisan U.S. Election Assistance Commission , has come forward to counter allegations made by President Trump that the 2020 presidential election was rigged to favor President-Elect Joe Biden. Hovland attributes a fair, accurate and record voter turnout — despite a raging …
 
Last week, Russia negotiated a ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan, ending a six-week war that left thousands dead. The dispute was over Nagorno-Karabakh, a territory within Azerbaijan’s border but inhabited nearly exclusively by ethnic Armenians, many of whom are now forced to flee their homes - some reportedly burning them to the ground befo…
 
Trump continues to wage a battle to overturn the election. Republican leaders from Michigan’s two legislative chambers are scheduled to meet with Trump today to strategize about how to overturn the election. Guiliani started melting during an off the rails press conference. Trump has lost 32 out of 33 lawsuits so far. But that’s not stopping him. L…
 
Ed Welker is relatively new to Avenal State Prison. He’s been incarcerated there only since March. But when he was recently moved to a new dorm in a different yard, he saw a familiar face. “One of the officers that are working right now in the building that I’m in, in the 2 yard, is the regular building officer over on the 5 yard, where I just came…
 
More than 3,300 inmates and staff have tested positive for COVID-19 at Avenal, which is the highest total of any prison in California and possibly in the entire country . So far, the virus has killed eight of the prison’s incarcerated men. However, Avenal isn’t the only prison in the San Joaquin Valley—or even in Kings County—struggling to contain …
 
Journalist and author Farai Chideya spoke with Valley Edition Host Kathleen Schock about her new podcast, "Our Body Politic," which explores how women of color experience and shape politics. Chideya, who has covered every presidental election since 1996, also shares her thoughts on the 2020 election, political division in America, and the role of o…
 
Billy Wayne & Mike head over the Southern Humbodlt hills and into the valley to hang with Alicia Renata of Blue Rock Gardens and Torrey Shantel & Shawn Cherry of Cherry Valley Farms. The dudes get some burgers, some incredible stories of the CAMP days, what the living is like and what all that black pipe was used for. Grown Local is produced by SLE…
 
Despite smoke damage to hundreds of thousands of Napa-Sonoma wine grapes, growers in the area say the 2020 harvest will be a very good vintage. We have the details. Despite the USDA’s efforts, a robust, high-speed Rural Broadband system is still lacking in rural California and many other areas of the country. More and more people surveyed say farme…
 
When the Fresno City Council first approved a Housing Retention Grant in May for $1.5 million, the response was overwhelming, said Council President Miguel Arias. “Within a week of announcing the housing retention program, we had 14,000 residents inquire about completing an application,” he said. The grant helps struggling renters and homeowners af…
 
World renowned hashishin Frenchy Cannoli joins us to talk hash! Frenchy discusses leaving France as a teenager to travel through producing countries, including Morocco to Mexico, to Nepal, Pakistan, and India, where he spent eight growing seasons living in caves and harvesting cannabis resin with Parvati Valley cultivators.…
 
In this episode, we have the pleasure of speaking to Joe Pine, an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and management advisor. Joe has addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos, the original TED conference in California, and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. He's a Lecturer in Columbia University's Technology Management Program, a…
 
On today's Out d'Coup LIVE, we talk to Lev Hirschhorn, the Deputy Organizing Director at PA Stands Up about the road forward following the election. PA Stands Up backed progressive candidates from across the Commonwealth and has built a powerful model for grassroots political organizing. Find out more about PA Stands Up and become a member: https:/…
 
After many weeks of holding steady, COVID-19 cases are once again on the rise, not just in other parts of the country, but also statewide and here in the Valley. Daily new cases are at the highest they’ve been since early September, case rates and positivity rates are increasing, and all Valley counties—other than Madera and Tulare Counties, which …
 
On this week's Valley Edition: Now that California voters have said no to the idea of restoring affirmative action, we take a look at what this will mean for public higher education. Plus, in honor of Veterans Day, we talk to Peggy and Edward Pastana about h ow their bond helped them overcome an accident that recently kept them apart. And a documen…
 
A 2019 documentary that was directed and produced by UC Merced global arts professor Yehuda Sharim will be screened internationally over the next few weeks. The film, titled “Songs That Never End,” explores the displacement and struggle of new refugees through the eyes of two young siblings who immigrated to Houston from Iran with their family. Val…
 
Forty-two states in the U.S. have affirmative action laws in place, but California voters recently rejected the idea for a second time with the defeat of Proposition 16. To find out what this means for public colleges and universities, Valley Edition Host Kathleen Schock spoke with Dania Matos, associate chancellor and chief diversity officer at UC…
 
A combination of lighter yields and smoke damage is playing havoc with the California wine grape crush numbers. Hundreds of thousands of wine grapes have been rejected due to smoke exposure. A famous rice mill that towers over Kentucky Avenue near Interstate 5 in Woodland has been sold. We have the details. A bit of good news: exports are up… a bit…
 
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