Part one: Dr. David Tolin, author of "Face Your Fears: A Proven Plan to beat Anxiety, Panic, Phobias, and Obsession." Part two: Leslie Ehm, author of "Swagger: Unleash everything you are and become everything you want."
Part 1- a preview this Sunday's opera concert at Carthage. Part 2- Livia Blackburne, author of "The Dream of Popo." The Blackburne is best known as a best-selling author of young adult fantasy fiction- but this is a children's book based in large part on her own real life experience as someone who emigrated from Taiwan to the U.S. when she was a young girl - leaving behind her beloved grandmother Popo.
Part One: Adam Koenig, Director of Advancement and Alumni Programs at Carthage College. We talk about the innovative commencement event that Koenig designed. Part Two: Local life coach Andrea Schuermann.
Postponed from last week- Amy Hart, Behavioral Health Division Manager with Walworth County Health and Human Services - and Sonia Hill, Supervisor of the Crisis Program. We discuss a new program in which mental health specialists can come along with police officers to certain crisis situations where their help might be most needed and beneficial.
A conversation about domestic violence with Pam Handrow, Executive Director of the Women's Resource Center and of the Bethany Apartments. We'll also be talking about the Domestic VIolence Speaker Series titled "The state of domestic violence in southeast Wisconsin."
Part 1- Allan M. Brandt, author of "The Cigarette Century: The Rise, Fall, and Deadly Persistence of the Product that Defined America." Part 2- Greg Tate, author of "Everything but the Burden: What white people are taking away from black culture."
Suneel Gupta, author of "Backable: The surprising truth behind what makes people take a chance on you." In part two a preview of Gateway's Earth Day/Eco Fest celebration. In Part Three from the archives, Jason Fine, editor of "Cash," Rolling Stone's celebration of the legendary Johnny Cash.
Dr. James Ripley, Carthage music faculty - talking about this weekend's concert by the Carthage bands, titled "Honoring Loved Ones" - and about Carthage's decision to open up music performances to the public (with limited seating) for the remainder of the spring semester.