(First airdate: May 15, 2019) Nationally known author and local favorite Erica Bauermeister talks to Cris Wilson about her new novel The Scent Keeper. In this intriguing and emotional story of family secrets and strengths, we follow a young woman growing up on an isolated island off the coast of British Columbia.
(Reprise airdate: May 15, 2019) More about local bumblebees as Debaran Kelso interviews Olympic Park biologist Karen Holtrop.
On this week’s hour-long Compass special, we join the hundreds of scientists, farmers, tribal elders, students, and environmental activists who came to Port Townsend from around the world recently for the Global Earth Repair Conference.
Join us for an evening of dancing to the tunes of the Midnight Train Blues Band, sponsored by KPTZ friend and supporter, Chicago Bob Longmire. Bring your date - or just yourself - and enjoy dancing on Saturday evening, May 11 from 7 to 10pm for the KPTZ Prom at the Palindrome (located off Jacob Miller Road). Tickets are $15, with all proceeds going to KPTZ.
Just in time for this week's heat wave, Taylor Clark brings us a refreshing Tossed Salad with a refreshing selection to enjoy:
1:00 - Chicago Bob from the Midnight Train Blues Band … Prom invitation
1:30 - Becci Kimball and Scott Walker, T-Lab Climate Change Town Hall #2
2:00 - Flavia Heineman, Bedazzled Chimacum
2:30 - Howly Slim... “Fake News” and other hits
3:00 - Tom Jay, "A Word Studied, A Poem Read”
3:30 - Blue Heron Presents Student Readings
4:00 - Jerry Osborne, Early Elvis
4:30 - Don White, reading.