Summer is heating up (we can only hope), so Al Bergstein, this week's host for Tossed Salad, is providing a hot/cool (you get to decide) lineup of entertainment for everyone:
1:00 - Carpe Diem Classical Music
2:00 - Bob Rosen, South County Report
3:00 - Gilbert and McHager
4:00 - The Olympic Peninsula Environmental News
4:30 - Heather Dudley Nollette, reading
(First airdate: July 10, 2019) Host Debaran Kelso speaks with entomologist Richard Lewis about insects (part 1 of a two part show).
(First airdate: July 9, 2019) The basic need for shelter can, for some of us, be just beyond reach. Thanks to Habitat for Humanity the possibility of home ownership becomes envisioned. Listen along as Missy Nielsen of Everybody Can learns about the processes and programs that volunteer coordinator Tessie Taylor manages at the Jefferson County branch.
Two special days at the end of June 2019, brought a confluence of history: the acknowledgement of several thousand years of rich social and religious indigenous culture, ownership and rejection of past intolerance, and the opportunity to educate citizens and visitors alike about the relationship between the ‘SKlallam People and the European settlers who came to occupy this special place the ‘Sklallams called the village of Qatay. A 30-foot totem arrived at the foot of Water Street, and the Cheech-ma-han Trail was dedicated and embraced by the community. Join us as we hear some of the sounds, voices and music that made these two days so special.
(First airdate: July 3, 2019) Pacific Northwest author Alea Carroll talks to Cris about her book Silence the Echo. It is a genre-breaking page-turner - part science fiction mixed with fantasy and ecology thriller. There is even a young love triangle for romance fans.
(First airdate: July 3, 2019) Host Nan Evans and guest Steve Grace, a local naturalist, relive their excursion on a recent Port Townsend Marine Science Center Puffin Cruise – they saw tufted puffins and more around Smith Island.