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Mendolatino - La cocina sagrada / sacred kitchen

22 hours ago

Mendocino habla con Rosa Rodriguez y Dulce María Pérez sobre su pasión para la huerta y la cocina, y como su práctica ha sido una fuente de tranquilidad y fortaleza durante esta pandemia. 

Mendolatino speaks with Rosa Rodriguez and Dulce Maria Perez about their passion for growing and cooking food, and how sharing the bounty has been a source of solace and strength in pandemic times. 

Patrick Cockburn WAR IN THE AGE OF TRUMP

Jul 3, 2020

To hear this interview with veteran foreign journalist, Patrick Cockburn, about his latest book, WAR IN THE AGE OF TRUMP: The Fall of Isis, The Betrayal of the Kurds, The Conflict With Iran, and to view images and links to articles relevant to the interview, click on this link:

Laurie York

No big tent on the Mendocino Headlands this year: the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Mendocino Music Festival to cancel its 34th season. In its place, Festival Executive Director Barbara Faulkner and her staff have created online offerings specific to the Festival, and hope to present the same classical music programming next year.  Mendocino Village and the surrounding area will take a financial hit of at least $1.5 million, and locals and visitors alike will miss the live music. But there are some bright spots.

El programa comienza con una actualización de COVID-19 en el condado. Luego hablamos con Michelle Frederick de West sobre fondos para micro-negocios.  https://www.westcenter.org/grant

La segunda media hora hablamos con 3 mujeres dueñas de sus negocios sobre sus desafíos y esperanzas - Marisol Hernández de Style Salon en Fort Bragg, Mariluz Rodríguez de Elegancia Rodríguez en Ukiah y Andrea Mex del restaurante Café One en Fort Bragg. 

The 31-year-old Mendocino Coast Writers' Conference goes online this year because of COVID-19. But Executive Director Lisa Locascio, in her second year of diversifying the conference by recruiting more young writers of color as faculty and students, says it may make the conference even more accessible.

Sarah Reith

"Where to start?" asked Fort Bragg Mayor Will Lee on Monday night, after more than three hours of public testimony about whether to change the town's name. He and other City Council members debated briefly on their course of action, looking for a way to address diverse local input about a name that honors an unpopular confederate general, and refers to a fort established to "subdue" the indigenous population of the area in the mid 1850s. Vice mayor Bernie Norvell suggested substituting Union General Edward Bragg for the much-derided Braxton Bragg.

MendoLatino - Preparación para emergencias

Jun 22, 2020

MendoLatino dialoga con Ivett Magallon de NCO y LISTOS Mendocino, Jennifer Kreger de Hubs and Routes sobre mapas por si los puentes colapsan y Jim y Judy Tarbell sobre como preparar para emergencias, las herramientas disponibles y como Caspar ha construido  un plan para emergencias que incluye alojamiento y comida.

To hear this interview with Texas A&M University Department of Communication Professor Jennifer Mercieca about her latest book, DEMAGOGUE FOR PRESIDENT: The Rhetorical Genius of Donald Trump, click on this link:  https://forthright.media/2020/06/19/jennifer-mercieca-demagogue-for-president-the-rhetorical-genius-of-donald-trump/

It includes links to articles referenced in the interview.

Jim Culp gets his locks shorn by Nancy at Style Salon in Fort Bragg, and describes the double-masked experience. He also talks to Tanya of Hair Company Plus in Fort Bragg, who has been cutting hair for more than 50 years, about what it was like to shut down and now reopen.

MendoLatino habla con Mendocino Coast Clinics, North Coast Opportunities y California Human Development sobre ayuda financiera disponsible ahora para la gente del condado de Mendocino

MendoLatino speaks with Mendocino Coast Clinics, North Coast Opportunities and California Human Development about financial help available NOW to Mendocino County folks. 

Linda Pack reads selections from If on A Winter’s Night a Traveler by Italo Calvino. Copyright 1979 by Italo Calvinoused by permission of the Wylie Agency LLC.

“On Rapture” from I Feel Bad About My Neck, and other thoughts on being a Woman, by Nora Ephron. Copyright 2006 by Heartburn Enterprises, Inc., used by permission of the Estate of Nora Ephron

"I Go Back to the House for a Book” from Picnic, Lightning by Billy Collins,  copyright 1998. Aired by permission of University of Pittsburgh Press.

Linda Pack reads selections from the opening chapters of My Antonia by Willa Cather, 1918, “The Huckabuck Family and How They Raised Popcorn in Nebraska and Quit and Came Back” from Rootabaga Pigeons by Carl Sandburg, 1923, and “A Gardener’s Prayer” from A Gardener’s Year by Karel Capek.

 

How has Mendocino College dealt with the pandemic? Ulises Velasco and Sarah Walsh tell us about all the resources available to student this summer and into the fall, including free tuition and ESL courses.

¿Como ha funcionado Mendocino College en el contexto de la pandemia? Ulises Velasco y Sarah Walsh nos cuenta sobre los recursos disponibles para estudiantes en el verano y otoño, incluyendo la matrícula gratuita y courses para aprender al ingles

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