Dr. Joan Kenley's Conversations on Wellness, Love, Relationships, Politics, Health, Green living, and Transformation http://www.joankenley.com/ Conversations on Wellness, Love, Relationships, Politics, Health, Green living, and Transformation Dr. Joan Kenley's Conversations on Wellness, Love, Relationships, Politics, Health, Green living, and Transformation en Joan Kenley Ph.d, Author, Psychologist, Media Personality, Voice of "Telephone Lady" on The Simpson's Sun, 01 Jun 2008 10:50:00 -0700 1 The Joan Kenley Show - branded as Conversation Radio - is dedicated to conversations that matter: healthy living, green relationships, progressive politics, and sustainability at every level. We inspire listeners with new thinking and action ideas, ranging from the personal to the global. wellness, love, relationships, health, green, living, natural, healthy, spirit, alternative clean joan@joankenley.com (Joan Kenley) joan@joankenley.com http://www.joankenley.com/images/JoanKenley_3-1.jpg Dr. Joan Kenley's Conversations on Wellness, Love, Relationships, Politics, Health, Green living, and Transformation http://www.joankenley.com/ The News Media: Where's the Truth? http://www.joankenley.com/20160326.html Our 24/7 media cycle is dominated by opinionated news pundits and an onslaught of celebrity or person-of-the-moment headlines. Do we create a false reality from false information? How do our reactions impact our lives - personally and collectively - from politics to war to the economy to and to our planet's very survival? Not afraid to challenge media spin with their own brand of truth-telling, Peter and Norman share their wisdom on how to best navigate through all the noise. You'll hear: * how headlines are shaped by the media, government, and corporations * the ways we are influenced by "dis-info-tainment" * inside stories that may challenge your opinions * sources you can count on for accurate reporting Featured Guests Norman Solomon is author of a dozen books - including, "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death". As a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics from 1992-2009, he has been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, USA Today, LA Times, Huffington Post and truthout.org. A recipient of the esteemed George Orwell award, Solomon founded the Institute for Public Accuracy in 1997, where he was Executive Director until 2010 and is currently IPA's President. He co-founded RootsAction, a nonprofit, progressive, public policy advocacy group. www.normansolomon.com Peter B. Collins currently podcasts a program called News and Politics from the Left Coast, interviewing political leaders, journalists, and authors. Part owner of the progressive talk station KRXA in Monterey, he also operates Collins Media Services, offering consulting services and development of radio programs. From 2005 to 2009, he hosted the Peter B. Collins Show - a syndicated radio commentary and call-in program. In his late teens, during the Watergate years, he was a nightly on-air personality and talk show host at Chicago's ABC FM affiliate, and his broadcast was rated number one. www.peterbcollins.com 32:19 clean Our 24/7 media cycle is dominated by opinionated news pundits and an onslaught of celebrity or person-of-the-moment headlines. Do we create a false reality from false information? How do our reactions impact our lives - personally and collectively - from politics to war to the economy to and to our planet's very survival? Not afraid to challenge media spin with their own brand of truth-telling, Peter and Norman share their wisdom on how to best navigate through all the noise. You'll hear:

* how headlines are shaped by the media, government, and corporations
* the ways we are influenced by "dis-info-tainment"
* inside stories that may challenge your opinions
* sources you can count on for accurate reporting

Featured Guests
Norman Solomon is author of a dozen books - including, "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to Death". As a nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics from 1992-2009, he has been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, USA Today, LA Times, Huffington Post and truthout.org. A recipient of the esteemed George Orwell award, Solomon founded the Institute for Public Accuracy in 1997, where he was Executive Director until 2010 and is currently IPA's President. He co-founded RootsAction, a nonprofit, progressive, public policy advocacy group. www.normansolomon.com

Peter B. Collins currently podcasts a program called News and Politics from the Left Coast, interviewing political leaders, journalists, and authors. Part owner of the progressive talk station KRXA in Monterey, he also operates Collins Media Services, offering consulting services and development of radio programs. From 2005 to 2009, he hosted the Peter B. Collins Show - a syndicated radio commentary and call-in program. In his late teens, during the Watergate years, he was a nightly on-air personality and talk show host at Chicago's ABC FM affiliate, and his broadcast was rated number one. www.peterbcollins.com

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25 Mar 2016 18:00:12 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20160326.html
The Millionth Circle - Reaching the Tipping Point http://www.joankenley.com/20160302.html March 8th, 2016 is International Women’s Day. It’s been nearly 100 years since women won the right to vote in the U.S., and we now stand on the threshold of very possibly electing our first woman President – Hillary Rodham Clinton. Are we ready? Have we reached a “tipping point”? Our podcast shares the dream to raise consciousness everywhere around the globe. The manifestation of positive change for our planet through circles involving personal, social, cultural, and psycho/spiritual transformation, is reaching a tipping point – described in Dr. Bolen's celebrated book – Moving Toward the Millionth Circle: Energizing the Global Women's Movement. You will hear about * why global circles can create a morphic field for positive change * what time-honored guidelines add value to circle gatherings * how various circles have personally affected our lives * the Millionth Circle Initiative and its Conveners * circles that are connecting and influencing many cultures Featured Guests Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD is known worldwide as the author of many books, including Goddesses in Everywoman, The Millionth Circle, Urgent Message From Mother – Gather the Women, Save the World, Moving Toward the Millionth Circle, and Artemis: The Indomitable Spirit in Everywoman. Jean’s powerful writing supports peaceful planetary consciousness by encouraging more inclusion of the feminine genius everywhere. Dr. Bolen is a Jungian analyst, activist, speaker, and former clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. www.jeanbolen.com Justine Willis Toms is acclaimed co-founder of New Dimensions Radio – hosting and producing worldwide radio broadcasts. Justine’s inspiring interviews always include uplifting conversations for her listeners. Her guests have included Riane Eisler, Jane Goodall, Gloria Steinem, and Alice Walker. Justine's latest book is Small Pleasures – Finding Grace in a Chaotic World, 50 uplifting and engaging essays on friendships, rituals, animals, nature, circles, and much more. The New Dimensions Radio web site has more than 1000 programs in its digital archive. www.newdimensions.org 51:31 clean March 8th, 2016 is International Women’s Day. It’s been nearly 100 years since women won the right to vote in the U.S., and we now stand on the threshold of very possibly electing our first woman President – Hillary Rodham Clinton. Are we ready? Have we reached a “tipping point”? Our podcast shares the dream to raise consciousness everywhere around the globe. The manifestation of positive change for our planet through circles involving personal, social, cultural, and psycho/spiritual transformation, is reaching a tipping point – described in Dr. Bolen's celebrated book – Moving Toward the Millionth Circle: Energizing the Global Women's Movement. You will hear about

* why global circles can create a morphic field for positive change
* what time-honored guidelines add value to circle gatherings
* how various circles have personally affected our lives
* the Millionth Circle Initiative and its Conveners
* circles that are connecting and influencing many cultures

Featured Guests
Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD is known worldwide as the author of many books, including Goddesses in Everywoman, The Millionth Circle, Urgent Message From Mother – Gather the Women, Save the World, Moving Toward the Millionth Circle, and Artemis: The Indomitable Spirit in Everywoman. Jean’s powerful writing supports peaceful planetary consciousness by encouraging more inclusion of the feminine genius everywhere. Dr. Bolen is a Jungian analyst, activist, speaker, and former clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. www.jeanbolen.com

Justine Willis Toms is acclaimed co-founder of New Dimensions Radio – hosting and producing worldwide radio broadcasts. Justine’s inspiring interviews always include uplifting conversations for her listeners. Her guests have included Riane Eisler, Jane Goodall, Gloria Steinem, and Alice Walker. Justine's latest book is Small Pleasures – Finding Grace in a Chaotic World, 50 uplifting and engaging essays on friendships, rituals, animals, nature, circles, and much more. The New Dimensions Radio web site has more than 1000 programs in its digital archive. www.newdimensions.org

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01 Mar 2016 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20160302.html
Beyond Valentine Love http://www.joankenley.com/20160216.html Let's go beyond what's possibly seen as a commercial view of Valentine love and remember Tina Turner's award-winning song - "What's Love Got To Do With It?" The lyrics proclaim: "Love is not a second-hand emotion". So, what does it take to keep love alive and have a relationship not only last, but flourish? We'll delve into the challenges of love and offer ways to promote relationship richness and rewards. You'll hear: * that difficult times can be transformed into deeper love * how men and women do indeed communicate differently * well-tested ideas for singles who want to find the right relationship * why past experiences impact how we perceive our partner * the reason commitment is so integral to relationship * what emotional infidelity is and isn't - and why it's important to know the difference Featured Guests Brenda Wade, PhD regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com Ed McClune, MFT works as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in couples counseling. He also works as a supervising process teacher for the esteemed Hoffman Institute, where he facilitates transformational workshops throughout the US and Europe. McClune is formerly a San Francisco broadcast host for KBLX, and now focuses primarily on helping couples to restore the faith in their lives and their relationships. www.hoffmaninstitute.org 49:57 clean Let's go beyond what's possibly seen as a commercial view of Valentine love and remember Tina Turner's award-winning song - "What's Love Got To Do With It?" The lyrics proclaim: "Love is not a second-hand emotion". So, what does it take to keep love alive and have a relationship not only last, but flourish? We'll delve into the challenges of love and offer ways to promote relationship richness and rewards. You'll hear:

* that difficult times can be transformed into deeper love
* how men and women do indeed communicate differently
* well-tested ideas for singles who want to find the right relationship
* why past experiences impact how we perceive our partner
* the reason commitment is so integral to relationship
* what emotional infidelity is and isn't - and why it's important to know the difference

Featured Guests
Brenda Wade, PhD regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com

Ed McClune, MFT works as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in couples counseling. He also works as a supervising process teacher for the esteemed Hoffman Institute, where he facilitates transformational workshops throughout the US and Europe. McClune is formerly a San Francisco broadcast host for KBLX, and now focuses primarily on helping couples to restore the faith in their lives and their relationships. www.hoffmaninstitute.org

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15 Feb 2016 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20160216.html
Valentine Love http://www.joankenley.com/20160209.html More than poems, cards, candy, or flowers, Valentine's Day comes around each year to remind us of both romance and enduring love. Yet we know that relationships involve so much more than the heady passion of the "falling in love" phase: authenticity, loyalty, deep friendship, respect, and so very much more. It's been said, "Where there's love, there's life." We explore the wonders of love and offer some helpful ideas to promote intimacy and handle rough patches. You'll hear: * what dynamics are involved when two people fall in love * stories that describe why love changes over time * the importance of honoring the various stages of loving * why commitment is both sexy and freeing * how to create the vital mature phase of a relationship Featured Guests Brenda Wade, PhD regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com Ed McClune, MFT works as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in couples counseling. He also works as a supervising process teacher for the esteemed Hoffman Institute, where he facilitates transformational workshops throughout the US and Europe. McClune is formerly a San Francisco broadcast host for KBLX, and now focuses primarily on helping couples to restore the faith in their lives and their relationships. www.hoffmaninstitute.org 46:47 clean More than poems, cards, candy, or flowers, Valentine's Day comes around each year to remind us of both romance and enduring love. Yet we know that relationships involve so much more than the heady passion of the "falling in love" phase: authenticity, loyalty, deep friendship, respect, and so very much more.

It's been said, "Where there's love, there's life." We explore the wonders of love and offer some helpful ideas to promote intimacy and handle rough patches. You'll hear:

* what dynamics are involved when two people fall in love
* stories that describe why love changes over time
* the importance of honoring the various stages of loving
* why commitment is both sexy and freeing
* how to create the vital mature phase of a relationship

Featured Guests
Brenda Wade, PhD regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com

Ed McClune, MFT works as a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in couples counseling. He also works as a supervising process teacher for the esteemed Hoffman Institute, where he facilitates transformational workshops throughout the US and Europe. McClune is formerly a San Francisco broadcast host for KBLX, and now focuses primarily on helping couples to restore the faith in their lives and their relationships. www.hoffmaninstitute.org

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08 Feb 2016 18:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20160209.html
Music and Creativity - Find the Key http://www.joankenley.com/20160126.html Music matters so much - to you, to everyone, and to our total well-being. Emmy Award-winning film and television composer, Laurence Rosenthal, shares his career wisdom and tells us what it was like collaborating with George Lucas and other major directors. Margret Elson - author of "Passionate Practice" - lets us know how learning about musical creativity will not only help you improve musically, but also affect your overall life in interesting and positive ways. The conversation in this popular re-broadcast will cover: - musical solutions for creative blocks - ways we can become friends with music - setting your creative process free - the artistry in composing music for films - how to free yourself from performance anxiety - what relating to music can mean in our lives Laurence Rosenthal has composed extensively for film and television, working with George Lucas, Marvin Chomsky, Peter Glenville, and Arthur Hiller. He's been nominated for two Oscars, two Golden Globes and 12 Emmy awards. Among his best-known film scores are A Raisin in the The Miracle Worker, Becket, and The Return of a Man Called Horse. Among his seven Emmys for miniseries are Peter the Great, Anastasia and episodes of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. www.laurencerosenthal.com Margret Elson has 30 years of teaching and coaching pianists, vocalists, and ensembles in her multi-faceted career. She founded the Center of Artistic Counseling in Oakland, has led workshops at national and international conferences on Mind, Body and the Performing Arts. Margret is a licensed psychotherapist and certified hypnotherapist. Her published book is "Passionate Practice - The Musician's Guide to Learning, Memorizing, and Performing" and upcoming is "The Couch and The Piano". www.margretelson.com 92:16 clean Music matters so much - to you, to everyone, and to our total well-being. Emmy Award-winning film and television composer, Laurence Rosenthal, shares his career wisdom and tells us what it was like collaborating with George Lucas and other major directors. Margret Elson - author of "Passionate Practice" - lets us know how learning about musical creativity will not only help you improve musically, but also affect your overall life in interesting and positive ways. The conversation in this popular re-broadcast will cover:

- musical solutions for creative blocks

- ways we can become friends with music

- setting your creative process free

- the artistry in composing music for films

- how to free yourself from performance anxiety

- what relating to music can mean in our lives

Laurence Rosenthal has composed extensively for film and television, working with George Lucas, Marvin Chomsky, Peter Glenville, and Arthur Hiller. He's been nominated for two Oscars, two Golden Globes and 12 Emmy awards. Among his best-known film scores are A Raisin in the The Miracle Worker, Becket, and The Return of a Man Called Horse. Among his seven Emmys for miniseries are Peter the Great, Anastasia and episodes of The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. www.laurencerosenthal.com

Margret Elson has 30 years of teaching and coaching pianists, vocalists, and ensembles in her multi-faceted career. She founded the Center of Artistic Counseling in Oakland, has led workshops at national and international conferences on Mind, Body and the Performing Arts. Margret is a licensed psychotherapist and certified hypnotherapist. Her published book is "Passionate Practice - The Musician's Guide to Learning, Memorizing, and Performing" and upcoming is "The Couch and The Piano". www.margretelson.com

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26 Jan 2016 17:00:10 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20160126.html
Choose a Healthy New Year http://www.joankenley.com/20160112.html Can positive choices make you and your family healthier and happier? Is change really possible? It's never too late to learn new ways to truly take care of yourself. English playwright John Dryden once said, "We first make our habits, and then our habits make us." Our guests - Joyce Gidel, a licensed therapist and addiction specialist, and Patty Torza, a certified personal fitness trainer - share expert tips on making positive, lasting change. Because everyone can benefit from committing to healthier choices, our conversation explores: * what role the mind plays in the habits we have * reactions you may experience when you make healthy lifestyle changes * the ways we sabotage ourselves when committing to something new * what happens physiologically when you exercise, eat well, and reduce stress * how cultural norms and the media affect our attitude about ourselves and others * why having a spiritual focus can influence a healthier consciousness Featured Guests Joyce Gidel is a licensed Marriage Family Therapist and head of the family therapy program at Merritt Peralta Institute, part of Alta Bates-Summit Medical Center. Joyce has a private practice in Oakland and is in the process of writing a book on codependency and spirituality. 510-964-2004, www.joycegidel.com Patty Torza is a certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Post-Rehab Conditioning Specialist, and holistic Nutrition Consultant. She has worked in the fitness profession as an athlete, teacher, administrator, coach, and lecturer. Patty's approach to fitness is goal-oriented, motivating, and fun-filled. 510-612-1809, www.healthworks5.com 49:50 clean Can positive choices make you and your family healthier and happier? Is change really possible? It's never too late to learn new ways to truly take care of yourself. English playwright John Dryden once said, "We first make our habits, and then our habits make us." Our guests - Joyce Gidel, a licensed therapist and addiction specialist, and Patty Torza, a certified personal fitness trainer - share expert tips on making positive, lasting change. Because everyone can benefit from committing to healthier choices, our conversation explores:

* what role the mind plays in the habits we have
* reactions you may experience when you make healthy lifestyle changes
* the ways we sabotage ourselves when committing to something new
* what happens physiologically when you exercise, eat well, and reduce stress
* how cultural norms and the media affect our attitude about ourselves and others
* why having a spiritual focus can influence a healthier consciousness

Featured Guests
Joyce Gidel is a licensed Marriage Family Therapist and head of the family therapy program at Merritt Peralta Institute, part of Alta Bates-Summit Medical Center. Joyce has a private practice in Oakland and is in the process of writing a book on codependency and spirituality. 510-964-2004, www.joycegidel.com

Patty Torza is a certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Post-Rehab Conditioning Specialist, and holistic Nutrition Consultant. She has worked in the fitness profession as an athlete, teacher, administrator, coach, and lecturer. Patty's approach to fitness is goal-oriented, motivating, and fun-filled. 510-612-1809, www.healthworks5.com

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12 Jan 2016 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20160112.html
Authoring Your Life - New Year's Resolutions 2015 http://www.joankenley.com/20151226.html For this New Year's resolution, make the rest of your life the best of your life! Skip the "bad habits" and take a look at the bigger picture. Authoring your life path for 2016 and beyond is a meaningful choice, and there is always something to learn about how to live more effectively and more heartfully. Our expert panel brings inspiration and suggestions to make this authorship fresh. You'll hear about: * the value of setting clear intentions * reasons to include grace, gratitude, reflection and forgiveness every day * why anger is such a burden * how important it is to set aside time to listen to inner guidance * when expectations can become an issue Featured Guests Gwen Mazer, style consultant, speaker and workshop leader, brings a new dimension to growing in age in the 21st century with her book: Wise Talk, Wild Women, a collection of conversations with prominent luminaries. A former fashion editor and columnist for Harpers Bazaar, she has been a boutique owner in New York and San Francisco. Her workshops and Wild Women Sunday Salons are forums for women exploring their life path. Ms. Mazer's company is Total Image Management. www.gwenmazer.com George Schofield, PhD is a futurist, author and developmental psychologist who spent a distinguished career as a consultant before turning his focus on the span between middle age and elderly. His ground-breaking book, After 50 It's Up to Us, focuses on the skills needed for living long and well after mid-life. Dr. Schofield is also a founding principal of The Clarity Group and New Bright Life. www.georgeschofield.com Brenda Wade, PhD regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com 47:32 clean For this New Year's resolution, make the rest of your life the best of your life! Skip the "bad habits" and take a look at the bigger picture. Authoring your life path for 2016 and beyond is a meaningful choice, and there is always something to learn about how to live more effectively and more heartfully. Our expert panel brings inspiration and suggestions to make this authorship fresh. You'll hear about:

* the value of setting clear intentions
* reasons to include grace, gratitude, reflection and forgiveness every day
* why anger is such a burden
* how important it is to set aside time to listen to inner guidance
* when expectations can become an issue

Featured Guests
Gwen Mazer, style consultant, speaker and workshop leader, brings a new dimension to growing in age in the 21st century with her book: Wise Talk, Wild Women, a collection of conversations with prominent luminaries. A former fashion editor and columnist for Harpers Bazaar, she has been a boutique owner in New York and San Francisco. Her workshops and Wild Women Sunday Salons are forums for women exploring their life path. Ms. Mazer's company is Total Image Management. www.gwenmazer.com

George Schofield, PhD is a futurist, author and developmental psychologist who spent a distinguished career as a consultant before turning his focus on the span between middle age and elderly. His ground-breaking book, After 50 It's Up to Us, focuses on the skills needed for living long and well after mid-life. Dr. Schofield is also a founding principal of The Clarity Group and New Bright Life. www.georgeschofield.com

Brenda Wade, PhD regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com

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25 Dec 2015 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20151226.html
Holiday Eating http://www.joankenley.com/20151129.html With a commitment to staying healthy, sometimes it’s difficult to know how to shop and what products to trust - especially around the holidays! Conscious decisions - about what we eat and the quality of what we can afford - are more important than ever. Recent U.S. approval of GMO salmon underscores the point. Our guests, both live-food and food industry experts, join us to share their journeys, helpful tips, and ways to give - as well as point us toward healthier food - and eating. From personal choices to the larger issue of global food awareness, this program explores: * the significant rewards of mindful eating and mindful cooking * how healthy foods can still be “fast-foods” - even when you’re on the run * how the food you eat affects more than just your waistline * how at-home eating habits become a health legacy for children, and * why social, environmental and economic issues relate to food everywhere Featured Guests Terces Engelhart and her husband, Matthew, are founders of Café Gratitude – a restaurant that serves organic, vegan and raw foods. Terces has a long track record as an entrepreneur and pioneer in the food industry, is a self-taught chef, and a visionary in the field of business development. She is also co-author of I Am Grateful – Recipes and Lifestyle of Café Gratitude. www.facebook.com/terces.engelhart Justin Jackson, formerly an Executive Purchasing Coordinator for Whole Foods Market, now consults within the industry. Justin has worked in the food industry since age 10 and been in the business ever since. His passion for quality and organic foods has made him a valuable asset - as a executive, consultant, and spokesperson. www.linkedin.com/in/justin-jackson-5631275 43:15 clean With a commitment to staying healthy, sometimes it’s difficult to know how to shop and what products to trust - especially around the holidays! Conscious decisions - about what we eat and the quality of what we can afford - are more important than ever. Recent U.S. approval of GMO salmon underscores the point. Our guests, both live-food and food industry experts, join us to share their journeys, helpful tips, and ways to give - as well as point us toward healthier food - and eating. From personal choices to the larger issue of global food awareness, this program explores:

* the significant rewards of mindful eating and mindful cooking
* how healthy foods can still be “fast-foods” - even when you’re on the run
* how the food you eat affects more than just your waistline
* how at-home eating habits become a health legacy for children, and
* why social, environmental and economic issues relate to food everywhere

Featured Guests
Terces Engelhart and her husband, Matthew, are founders of Café Gratitude – a restaurant that serves organic, vegan and raw foods. Terces has a long track record as an entrepreneur and pioneer in the food industry, is a self-taught chef, and a visionary in the field of business development. She is also co-author of I Am Grateful – Recipes and Lifestyle of Café Gratitude. www.facebook.com/terces.engelhart

Justin Jackson, formerly an Executive Purchasing Coordinator for Whole Foods Market, now consults within the industry. Justin has worked in the food industry since age 10 and been in the business ever since. His passion for quality and organic foods has made him a valuable asset - as a executive, consultant, and spokesperson. www.linkedin.com/in/justin-jackson-5631275

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29 Nov 2015 17:00:01 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20151129.html
Giving Thanks http://www.joankenley.com/20151117.html The recent terrorist attack on Paris has left us deeply shaken, grief-sticken, and afraid. At the Joan Kenley Show, we wish to extend our heart-felt prayers to the survivors and families of the Paris terrorism attack - and all terrorism attacks, everywhere. And while we cannot be grateful for the terrible things that happen in life, we can - through the practice of gratitude and gratefulness – connect with the transformative power of gratefulness to give us strength and hope. It’s the season to increase our heartful awareness and generosity. If you decide to feel, act, and communicate more gratefully - the effect may surprise you! And loving words can work miracles. You’ll hear about: * the important work of A Network for Grateful Living (ANG*L) * recognizing the gifts of everyday life * how to cultivate daily gratefulness, acts of kindness, and sustainable activism * music and poetry's positive influence on growing your "attitude of gratitude" * some of the best online resources with practices and tools for grateful living * the many offerings on www.gratefulness.org - (61/2 million visitors last year!) Featured Guests Dale Biron is a speaker, poet and integrative coaching specialist to leaders and organizational teams. He is interested in the practical, no nonsense use of poetry in our everyday personal and business lives. Dale is co-founder of Core Action Associates, Inc., an organizational coaching company based in Marin. He serves as a board member and Poetry Editor At Large for ANG*L. www.core-action.com www.dalebiron.com Linda Larsson is on the board of ANG*L and is a member of the Board Development Committee. She has been an English Instructor at a community college; an Analyst and Designer for administrative and engineering configuration management systems; and a Sales Administrator and Analyst for a technology company. Linda has also developed and managed residential property. lmlarsson@yahoo.com 49:52 clean The recent terrorist attack on Paris has left us deeply shaken, grief-sticken, and afraid. At the Joan Kenley Show, we wish to extend our heart-felt prayers to the survivors and families of the Paris terrorism attack - and all terrorism attacks, everywhere. And while we cannot be grateful for the terrible things that happen in life, we can - through the practice of gratitude and gratefulness – connect with the transformative power of gratefulness to give us strength and hope. It’s the season to increase our heartful awareness and generosity. If you decide to feel, act, and communicate more gratefully - the effect may surprise you! And loving words can work miracles. You’ll hear about:

* the important work of A Network for Grateful Living (ANG*L)
* recognizing the gifts of everyday life
* how to cultivate daily gratefulness, acts of kindness, and sustainable activism
* music and poetry's positive influence on growing your "attitude of gratitude"
* some of the best online resources with practices and tools for grateful living
* the many offerings on www.gratefulness.org - (61/2 million visitors last year!)

Featured Guests
Dale Biron is a speaker, poet and integrative coaching specialist to leaders and organizational teams. He is interested in the practical, no nonsense use of poetry in our everyday personal and business lives. Dale is co-founder of Core Action Associates, Inc., an organizational coaching company based in Marin. He serves as a board member and Poetry Editor At Large for ANG*L. www.core-action.com www.dalebiron.com

Linda Larsson is on the board of ANG*L and is a member of the Board Development Committee. She has been an English Instructor at a community college; an Analyst and Designer for administrative and engineering configuration management systems; and a Sales Administrator and Analyst for a technology company. Linda has also developed and managed residential property. lmlarsson@yahoo.com

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17 Nov 2015 17:00:01 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20151117.html
Political Straight Talk - Deconstructing the Rhetoric http://www.joankenley.com/20150922.html During CNN's GOP Presidential Debate, candidate Jeb Bush’s assertion that his brother - President George W. Bush - "kept us safe," was astonishing. The 9/11 attack, which instantly killed almost 3,000 people on U.S. soil, occured on President Bush's watch after his administration repeatedly ignored warnings that an attack was imminent. Yet Jeb Bush's basic misstatement of fact was never challenged during the debate - even by Donald Trump, whose critique of President Bush prompted the statement. This begs the question, "Should we believe everything we hear?" We know the answer, but it takes skill and practice - and perhaps a bit of stamina - to cut through the rhetoric. Journalist, author, and media critic, Norman Solomon and eminent broadcaster, Peter B. Collins join us to expose the rhetoric and tell us how to think more critically about what we see, hear, and read. You'll hear: * about presidents &leaders that used rhetoric to make war seem necessary * how "intentional selectivity" affects media messages, and also dilutes the truth * what hidden, astronomical costs have resulted from our most recent and current wars * about reliable sources for accurate reporting, such as truthout.org * Congresswoman Barbara Lee's speech to Congress against the Iraq war Featured Guests Norman Solomon has authored a dozen books - including, "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits keep Spinning Us to Death" and "Made Love, Got War: Close Encounters With America's Warfare State." A nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics since 1992 - he's been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, USA Today, and LA Times, and is frequently published on truthout.org. A recipient of the esteemed George Orwell award, Solomon founded the Institute for Public Accuracy in 1998 and serves as executive director. www.normansolomon.com Peter B. Collins is a well-known broadcaster, entrepreneur, and media consultant based in San Francisco. He was a satellite radio pioneer, and was part owner of progressive talk station KRXA in Monterey, California. In his late teens, during the Watergate years, he was a nightly on-air personality and talk show host at Chicago’s ABC FM affiliate, and at that intense time in history – his ground-breaking broadcast was rated number one. Peter currently hosts The Peter B. Collins Show, where he broadcasts analysis and views on national and international issues. www.peterbcollins.com 35:15 clean During CNN's GOP Presidential Debate, candidate Jeb Bush’s assertion that his brother - President George W. Bush - "kept us safe," was astonishing. The 9/11 attack, which instantly killed almost 3,000 people on U.S. soil, occured on President Bush's watch after his administration repeatedly ignored warnings that an attack was imminent. Yet Jeb Bush's basic misstatement of fact was never challenged during the debate - even by Donald Trump, whose critique of President Bush prompted the statement. This begs the question, "Should we believe everything we hear?" We know the answer, but it takes skill and practice - and perhaps a bit of stamina - to cut through the rhetoric. Journalist, author, and media critic, Norman Solomon and eminent broadcaster, Peter B. Collins join us to expose the rhetoric and tell us how to think more critically about what we see, hear, and read. You'll hear:

* about presidents & leaders that used rhetoric to make war seem necessary * how "intentional selectivity" affects media messages, and also dilutes the truth * what hidden, astronomical costs have resulted from our most recent and current wars * about reliable sources for accurate reporting, such as truthout.org * Congresswoman Barbara Lee's speech to Congress against the Iraq war

Featured Guests
Norman Solomon has authored a dozen books - including, "War Made Easy: How Presidents and Pundits keep Spinning Us to Death" and "Made Love, Got War: Close Encounters With America's Warfare State." A nationally syndicated columnist on media and politics since 1992 - he's been featured in the NY Times, Washington Post, USA Today, and LA Times, and is frequently published on truthout.org. A recipient of the esteemed George Orwell award, Solomon founded the Institute for Public Accuracy in 1998 and serves as executive director. www.normansolomon.com

Peter B. Collins is a well-known broadcaster, entrepreneur, and media consultant based in San Francisco. He was a satellite radio pioneer, and was part owner of progressive talk station KRXA in Monterey, California. In his late teens, during the Watergate years, he was a nightly on-air personality and talk show host at Chicago’s ABC FM affiliate, and at that intense time in history – his ground-breaking broadcast was rated number one. Peter currently hosts The Peter B. Collins Show, where he broadcasts analysis and views on national and international issues. www.peterbcollins.com

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21 Sep 2015 17:00:01 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150922.html
International Day of Peace - 2015 http://www.joankenley.com/20150907.html Celebrate September 21st - the annual International Day of Peace – when millions of people, worldwide, celebrate Peace Day events with concerts, workshops, vigils, and school projects. Over 200 million people will participate in hundreds of countries. This date is also World Gratitude Day and coincides with the Fall Equinox. This year's United Nation's International Day of Peace is focused on "Partnerships for Peace - Dignity for All." In addition to the in-studio conversation with our honored guests, you will also hear call-ins from these eminent Peace Leaders: - Joanie Misrack Ciardelli - Pathways to Peace - Louise Diamond - Global Systems Initiatives - Sharon Franquemont - Annual Prayer Vigil for the Earth - Barbara Gaughen-Muller - Pax 2100 - Dot Maver - Department of Peace Initiative; Peace Partnership Int'l - Sharon Mehdi - Author, "The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering" - Patricia Smith Melton - Peace X Peace - Robert Muller - Univ. of Peace; Former UN Assist. Secretary General - Featuring music by composer and performing artist Gary Malkin - Peace is a raging river! It plunges over a cliff to become a waterfall, sparkling and roaring in the sunlight. It is power. It is generative, nourishing, and irresistible. It calls me to new places where I will change. - David Spangler www.internationaldayofpeace.org | www.cultureofpeace.org Our Program is a Special Project of Pathways to Peace www.pathwaystopeace.org Avon Mattison is Co-Founder and President of Pathways to Peace, an international peace-building educational and consulting organization. Avon is a forerunner in the field of peace-building, and has been involved with The International Day of Peace since it's inauguration. Pathways to Peace serves as international coordinator of the Culture of Peace Initiative, which has been granted UN Peace Messenger status. Charles Gibbs is the founding Executive Director of the United Religions Initiative, a global interfaith network for world peace that is active in 60 countries. Charles has traveled worldwide as a featured speaker and collaborator with religious, spiritual, and community leaders. He co-authored Birth of a Global Community about the birth of the United Religions Initiative. Masankho Banda is an international performer and educator dedicated to building peace through music and storytelling. Masankho has brought his work into schools, organizations, corporations and communities around the world. He is the founder of UCanDanc' African Healing Arts and the Co-Founder and Co-Director of The Institute for Peacebuilding. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Pathways to Peace. 45:59 clean Celebrate September 21st - the annual International Day of Peace – when millions of people, worldwide, celebrate Peace Day events with concerts, workshops, vigils, and school projects. Over 200 million people will participate in hundreds of countries. This date is also World Gratitude Day and coincides with the Fall Equinox. This year's United Nation's International Day of Peace is focused on "Partnerships for Peace - Dignity for All." In addition to the in-studio conversation with our honored guests, you will also hear call-ins from these eminent Peace Leaders:

- Joanie Misrack Ciardelli - Pathways to Peace

- Louise Diamond - Global Systems Initiatives

- Sharon Franquemont - Annual Prayer Vigil for the Earth

- Barbara Gaughen-Muller - Pax 2100

- Dot Maver - Department of Peace Initiative; Peace Partnership Int'l

- Sharon Mehdi - Author, "The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering"

- Patricia Smith Melton - Peace X Peace

- Robert Muller - Univ. of Peace; Former UN Assist. Secretary General

- Featuring music by composer and performing artist Gary Malkin -

Peace is a raging river! It plunges over a cliff to become a waterfall, sparkling and roaring in the sunlight. It is power. It is generative, nourishing, and irresistible. It calls me to new places where I will change. - David Spangler

www.internationaldayofpeace.org | www.cultureofpeace.org
Our Program is a Special Project of Pathways to Peace
www.pathwaystopeace.org

Avon Mattison is Co-Founder and President of Pathways to Peace, an international peace-building educational and consulting organization. Avon is a forerunner in the field of peace-building, and has been involved with The International Day of Peace since it's inauguration. Pathways to Peace serves as international coordinator of the Culture of Peace Initiative, which has been granted UN Peace Messenger status.

Charles Gibbs is the founding Executive Director of the United Religions Initiative, a global interfaith network for world peace that is active in 60 countries. Charles has traveled worldwide as a featured speaker and collaborator with religious, spiritual, and community leaders. He co-authored Birth of a Global Community about the birth of the United Religions Initiative.

Masankho Banda is an international performer and educator dedicated to building peace through music and storytelling. Masankho has brought his work into schools, organizations, corporations and communities around the world. He is the founder of UCanDanc' African Healing Arts and the Co-Founder and Co-Director of The Institute for Peacebuilding. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Pathways to Peace.

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07 Sep 2015 17:00:04 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150907.html
Gathering Women Can Change the World http://www.joankenley.com/20150823.html How can women change the world? What do women see as their role today? How do we put a positive light on feminism and women's activism? When we talk about forefathers in America, why aren't we also talking about our foremothers? Our guests - three internationally known women - delve into these questions and more: Jean Shinoda Bolen, Isabel Allende, and Justine Toms. In this stimulating program you'll hear: * how women are central in creating community, accountability, and integrity * what Jean Bolen's book, "Urgent Message from Mother," means for everyone * why Isabel Allende creates her female heroines based on real women * how Justine Tom's global broadcasts address "the history of the future" * the ways women are dealing with the effects of patriarchy and hierarchy Featured Guests Isabel Allende is one of Latin America's foremost female writers, publishing over 20 works that have been translated into more than 30 languages. She is perhaps most widely known for her first international best seller, House of Spirits. Her writings are informed by her feminist convictions and the harsh political realities that shaped her destiny. In 1996, she created the Isabel Allende Foundation to support nonprofits in Chile and California that provide vulnerable women and children with healthcare, education, protection from violence, and reproductive self-determination. www.isabelallende.com Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD is known worldwide as the author of many books, including Goddesses in Everywoman, The Millionth Circle, Urgent Message From Mother - Gather the Women, Save the World, Moving Toward the Millionth Circle, and Artemis: The Indomitable Spirit in Everywoman. Jean's powerful writing supports peaceful planetary consciousness by encouraging more inclusion of the feminine genius everywhere. Dr. Bolen is a Jungian analyst, activist, speaker, and former clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. www.jeanbolen.com Justine Willis Toms is acclaimed co-founder of New Dimensions Radio - hosting and producing worldwide radio broadcasts. Justine's inspiring interviews always include uplifting conversations for her listeners. Her guests have included Riane Eisler, Jane Goodall, Gloria Steinem, and Alice Walker. Justine's latest book is Small Pleasures - Finding Grace in a Chaotic World, 50 uplifting and engaging essays on friendships, rituals, animals, nature, circles, and much more. The New Dimensions Radio web site has more than 1000 programs in its digital archive. www.newdimensions.org 45:22 clean How can women change the world? What do women see as their role today? How do we put a positive light on feminism and women's activism? When we talk about forefathers in America, why aren't we also talking about our foremothers? Our guests - three internationally known women - delve into these questions and more: Jean Shinoda Bolen, Isabel Allende, and Justine Toms. In this stimulating program you'll hear:

* how women are central in creating community, accountability, and integrity
* what Jean Bolen's book, "Urgent Message from Mother," means for everyone
* why Isabel Allende creates her female heroines based on real women
* how Justine Tom's global broadcasts address "the history of the future"
* the ways women are dealing with the effects of patriarchy and hierarchy

Featured Guests
Isabel Allende is one of Latin America's foremost female writers, publishing over 20 works that have been translated into more than 30 languages. She is perhaps most widely known for her first international best seller, House of Spirits. Her writings are informed by her feminist convictions and the harsh political realities that shaped her destiny. In 1996, she created the Isabel Allende Foundation to support nonprofits in Chile and California that provide vulnerable women and children with healthcare, education, protection from violence, and reproductive self-determination. www.isabelallende.com

Jean Shinoda Bolen, MD is known worldwide as the author of many books, including Goddesses in Everywoman, The Millionth Circle, Urgent Message From Mother - Gather the Women, Save the World, Moving Toward the Millionth Circle, and Artemis: The Indomitable Spirit in Everywoman. Jean's powerful writing supports peaceful planetary consciousness by encouraging more inclusion of the feminine genius everywhere. Dr. Bolen is a Jungian analyst, activist, speaker, and former clinical professor of psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco. www.jeanbolen.com

Justine Willis Toms is acclaimed co-founder of New Dimensions Radio - hosting and producing worldwide radio broadcasts. Justine's inspiring interviews always include uplifting conversations for her listeners. Her guests have included Riane Eisler, Jane Goodall, Gloria Steinem, and Alice Walker. Justine's latest book is Small Pleasures - Finding Grace in a Chaotic World, 50 uplifting and engaging essays on friendships, rituals, animals, nature, circles, and much more. The New Dimensions Radio web site has more than 1000 programs in its digital archive. www.newdimensions.org

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22 Aug 2015 18:00:01 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20150823.html
Poetry Power http://www.joankenley.com/20150806.html With the Annual Poetry Slam about to take place in Oakland, California, we are pleased to honor our guests, poets Drew Dellinger and Barbara Lyon. The National Poetry Slam (NPS) is the largest team performance poetry event in the world. Teams from all over North America, and a few from other places, will converge in Oakland, CA, August 10-15, 2015. Our guests talk about their journeys to becoming poets, the connection between poetry and social justice, and so much more. You’ll hear: * compelling life experiences that brought our guests into the world of poetry * the many ways poetic verse has the power to evoke profound responses * a lively in-studio poetry slam with Drew &Barbara * about some of the poets we know and love * how to ignite and cultivate your inner muse * information about the activist-driven collective - Poets for Global Justice * some of the best places to hear and perform poetry Featured Guests Drew Dellinger is a poet, teacher, activist and the founder of Poets for Global Justice. He has performed at events across the United States and the UK, speaking on justice, cosmology, ecology, and democracy. His collection, love letter to the milky way, has inspired readers on four continents. Drew has been called "a national treasure" by Joanna Macy and "a deep, courageous poet" by Alice Walker. www.drewdellinger.com Barbara Lyon has been writing poetry for more than a quarter century. Born in Chicago and raised in New York, she moved to the San Francisco and raised five children with her husband of 63 years. Her first book of selected poems is titled Memories &Mysteries. The title of her second book is Odes and Ends: Selected Paintings, Poems, and Sketches. At 60, Barbara received her Masters in Human Values at the SF Theological Seminary. 510-797-8971 29:58 clean With the Annual Poetry Slam about to take place in Oakland, California, we are pleased to honor our guests, poets Drew Dellinger and Barbara Lyon. The National Poetry Slam (NPS) is the largest team performance poetry event in the world. Teams from all over North America, and a few from other places, will converge in Oakland, CA, August 10-15, 2015. Our guests talk about their journeys to becoming poets, the connection between poetry and social justice, and so much more. You’ll hear:

* compelling life experiences that brought our guests into the world of poetry
* the many ways poetic verse has the power to evoke profound responses
* a lively in-studio poetry slam with Drew & Barbara
* about some of the poets we know and love
* how to ignite and cultivate your inner muse
* information about the activist-driven collective - Poets for Global Justice
* some of the best places to hear and perform poetry

Featured Guests
Drew Dellinger is a poet, teacher, activist and the founder of Poets for Global Justice. He has performed at events across the United States and the UK, speaking on justice, cosmology, ecology, and democracy. His collection, love letter to the milky way, has inspired readers on four continents. Drew has been called "a national treasure" by Joanna Macy and "a deep, courageous poet" by Alice Walker. www.drewdellinger.com

Barbara Lyon has been writing poetry for more than a quarter century. Born in Chicago and raised in New York, she moved to the San Francisco and raised five children with her husband of 63 years. Her first book of selected poems is titled Memories & Mysteries. The title of her second book is Odes and Ends: Selected Paintings, Poems, and Sketches. At 60, Barbara received her Masters in Human Values at the SF Theological Seminary. 510-797-8971

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06 Aug 2015 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150806.html
What On Earth Are We Eating? http://www.joankenley.com/20150727.html Food, recipes, cooking - the wonderful world of eating! But do we really know what we are eating? The recent discovery of the Earth-like planet - Kepler-452b - reminds us of Earth’s unique characteristics, specifically Earth’s ability to sustain life. Earth’s bounty - good, wholesome, healthful food – is readily available. Yet, many of us still choose processed food over fresh food. Buying healthy food to cook and eat is easier and less expensive that you might think. Food preservatives and additives - as well as genetically altered crops - fill our stores and our stomachs. With that in mind, we can make better food choices. Learn where our food comes from, and how to buy or eat more locally grown food. Our guests share their commitment to educating consumers, and discuss ways to explore your best food choices. You'll hear about: * how eating locally grown food can have a positive impact world wide * the benefits of learning how to cook when combined with conscious consumerism * why embracing your cherished family recipes may positively surprise you * how to be knowledgeable about mass corn and soy production * subscribing to near-by CSAs - community-supported agriculture services Featured Guests Janet Griggs, former 6-term President of CUESA’s Board of Directors, is currently co-owner and CFO of Taste Catering and Event Planning. Janet and her business partner, MeMe Pederson, partnered with celebrity pastry chef, Yigit Pura, to found Tout Sweet Patisserie, with plans for expansion. Janet serves on the board of SF Travel and is a past president of the SF chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, an invitation only professional women’s group for the food, wine and hospitality industries. www.tastecatering.com Dave Stockdale, is currently Director of the Water & Environmental Center at Walla Walla Community College. The Center offers degrees in 3 water-management related disciplines, and serves as the host institution for 5 other collaborating agencies and organizations. Most recently he was Executive Director of the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture in San Francisco, a nonprofit whose mission was to develop and support family farms and educate consumers about sustainable food choices. www.cuesa.org and wwcc.edu 49:09 clean Food, recipes, cooking - the wonderful world of eating! But do we really know what we are eating? The recent discovery of the Earth-like planet - Kepler-452b - reminds us of Earth’s unique characteristics, specifically Earth’s ability to sustain life. Earth’s bounty - good, wholesome, healthful food – is readily available. Yet, many of us still choose processed food over fresh food. Buying healthy food to cook and eat is easier and less expensive that you might think. Food preservatives and additives - as well as genetically altered crops - fill our stores and our stomachs. With that in mind, we can make better food choices. Learn where our food comes from, and how to buy or eat more locally grown food. Our guests share their commitment to educating consumers, and discuss ways to explore your best food choices. You'll hear about:

* how eating locally grown food can have a positive impact world wide
* the benefits of learning how to cook when combined with conscious consumerism
* why embracing your cherished family recipes may positively surprise you
* how to be knowledgeable about mass corn and soy production
* subscribing to near-by CSAs - community-supported agriculture services

Featured Guests
Janet Griggs, former 6-term President of CUESA’s Board of Directors, is currently co-owner and CFO of Taste Catering and Event Planning. Janet and her business partner, MeMe Pederson, partnered with celebrity pastry chef, Yigit Pura, to found Tout Sweet Patisserie, with plans for expansion. Janet serves on the board of SF Travel and is a past president of the SF chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, an invitation only professional women’s group for the food, wine and hospitality industries. www.tastecatering.com

Dave Stockdale, is currently Director of the Water & Environmental Center at Walla Walla Community College. The Center offers degrees in 3 water-management related disciplines, and serves as the host institution for 5 other collaborating agencies and organizations. Most recently he was Executive Director of the Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture in San Francisco, a nonprofit whose mission was to develop and support family farms and educate consumers about sustainable food choices. www.cuesa.org and wwcc.edu

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26 Jul 2015 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150727.html
Green Health - Green Planet http://www.joankenley.com/20140403.html Healthcare must start at home - and it can only be done one commitment at a time. We know that "Greening Your Health" is imperative for "Greening Our Planet". We have the choice to save our own lives - from how we choose to eat, to what we wear, to how we live. Our guests - two amazing Bay Area health experts - offer terrific down-to-earth, evolutionary ideas about green healthcare and green living. You'll hear about: * why learning about "green choices" is so vital to your health and well-being * the food labeling fiasco, facts about genetic modification, and what not to trust * kudos for the film: Food, Inc. - as well as all Michael Pollan's books * how to follow your food's journey from the farm to your table * some surprising information from Brian Wansink, author of Mindless Eating Featured Guests Dr. Joel Kreisberg is the Founder &Executive Director of the Teleosis Institute - an institution dedicated to reducing healthcare's footprint, while broadening its ecological vision. He is an adjunct professor at the School of Holistic Studies at John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, and is the author of The Homeopathic Treatment of Poison Ivy and Poison Oak, and An Integral Ecology of Sudden Oak Death. Dr. Kreisberg continues to teach worldwide and maintains a private practice in Homeopathy and Integrative Healthcare in Berkeley, CA. www.joelkreisberg.com www.teleosis.org Dr. Ed Bauman is the Founder and President of Bauman College Holistic Nutrition and Culinary Arts and created the 'Eating for Health' (E4H) nutrition system, which is the foundation of the Bauman College Nutrition and Natural Chef Training Programs. Bauman is also the Director of Bauman Nutrition, a natural health clinic in Sonoma County, California, where he and his staff provide nutritional consultation to individuals, families and business groups. Their work includes a wide range of functional metabolic assessments and health research for serious health problems. www.baumancollege.org www.baumannutrition.com 49:50 clean Healthcare must start at home - and it can only be done one commitment at a time. We know that "Greening Your Health" is imperative for "Greening Our Planet". We have the choice to save our own lives - from how we choose to eat, to what we wear, to how we live. Our guests - two amazing Bay Area health experts - offer terrific down-to-earth, evolutionary ideas about green healthcare and green living. You'll hear about:

* why learning about "green choices" is so vital to your health and well-being
* the food labeling fiasco, facts about genetic modification, and what not to trust
* kudos for the film: Food, Inc. - as well as all Michael Pollan's books
* how to follow your food's journey from the farm to your table
* some surprising information from Brian Wansink, author of Mindless Eating

Featured Guests
Dr. Joel Kreisberg is the Founder & Executive Director of the Teleosis Institute - an institution dedicated to reducing healthcare's footprint, while broadening its ecological vision. He is an adjunct professor at the School of Holistic Studies at John F. Kennedy University in Pleasant Hill, and is the author of The Homeopathic Treatment of Poison Ivy and Poison Oak, and An Integral Ecology of Sudden Oak Death. Dr. Kreisberg continues to teach worldwide and maintains a private practice in Homeopathy and Integrative Healthcare in Berkeley, CA. www.joelkreisberg.com www.teleosis.org

Dr. Ed Bauman is the Founder and President of Bauman College Holistic Nutrition and Culinary Arts and created the 'Eating for Health' (E4H) nutrition system, which is the foundation of the Bauman College Nutrition and Natural Chef Training Programs. Bauman is also the Director of Bauman Nutrition, a natural health clinic in Sonoma County, California, where he and his staff provide nutritional consultation to individuals, families and business groups. Their work includes a wide range of functional metabolic assessments and health research for serious health problems. www.baumancollege.org www.baumannutrition.com

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28 Jun 2015 18:00:01 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20140403.html
Summer of Peace 2015 http://www.joankenley.com/20150611.html "Partnerships for Peace – Dignity for All" -- This year's theme for the UN International Day of Peace highlights the importance of silencing the guns of war and advancing the cause of peace. In the lead up to the International Day of Peace, and the Shift Network's Summer of Peace free online event, we present our radio interview with peacebuilders Dot Maver and Matt Albracht. Our show focuses on how to speak the language of peace and spread the word about this important and exciting initiative. Learn how "applied peace building" is a new and powerful science, and how we can use specific methods to bring about peace. We also want to acknowledge Avon Mattison and Joanie Misrack Ciardelli -- co-founders of Pathways to Peace -- for their many contributions toward the goal of worldwide peace. You'll hear about * what it could mean to our country to have a Department of Peace * how to get involved in the Summer of Peace Initiative * why thinking of peace in technicolor makes it more powerful &active * what the politics of peace encompass &how to navigate them * why it's critical to transform angry activism into compassionate activism Featured Guests Dorothy Maver is President of the National Peace Academy USA, where she and her team promote the principles and processes of peace. They work with the spirit of cooperation creating a culture of peace, community organizing, and designing experiences for community members to plan and implement their ideas for change. Dot has also served as Executive Director of The Peace Alliance, building a grass-roots lobbying effort in fifty states for the US Department of Peace Campaign. www.nationalpeaceacademy.us Matthew Albracht - a long-time ecological, social justice activist - is currently Executive Director of The Peace Alliance. Matt is involved in the Summer of Peace initiative that harnesses the efforts of dozens of groups and cutting-edge programs to drastically reduce violence, and to create new models for collaboration that can be replicated in cities across the US and in other countries worldwide. www.thepeacealliance.org 46:50 clean "Partnerships for Peace – Dignity for All" -- This year's theme for the UN International Day of Peace highlights the importance of silencing the guns of war and advancing the cause of peace. In the lead up to the International Day of Peace, and the Shift Network's Summer of Peace free online event, we present our radio interview with peacebuilders Dot Maver and Matt Albracht. Our show focuses on how to speak the language of peace and spread the word about this important and exciting initiative. Learn how "applied peace building" is a new and powerful science, and how we can use specific methods to bring about peace. We also want to acknowledge Avon Mattison and Joanie Misrack Ciardelli -- co-founders of Pathways to Peace -- for their many contributions toward the goal of worldwide peace. You'll hear about

* what it could mean to our country to have a Department of Peace
* how to get involved in the Summer of Peace Initiative
* why thinking of peace in technicolor makes it more powerful & active
* what the politics of peace encompass & how to navigate them
* why it's critical to transform angry activism into compassionate activism

Featured Guests
Dorothy Maver is President of the National Peace Academy USA, where she and her team promote the principles and processes of peace. They work with the spirit of cooperation creating a culture of peace, community organizing, and designing experiences for community members to plan and implement their ideas for change. Dot has also served as Executive Director of The Peace Alliance, building a grass-roots lobbying effort in fifty states for the US Department of Peace Campaign. www.nationalpeaceacademy.us

Matthew Albracht - a long-time ecological, social justice activist - is currently Executive Director of The Peace Alliance. Matt is involved in the Summer of Peace initiative that harnesses the efforts of dozens of groups and cutting-edge programs to drastically reduce violence, and to create new models for collaboration that can be replicated in cities across the US and in other countries worldwide. www.thepeacealliance.org

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11 Jun 2015 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150611.html
Happiness Is a Choice - Choosing Happiness http://www.joankenley.com/20150528.html The recently published 'World Happiness Report 2015' reminds us that happiness is increasingly considered a proper measure of social progress and a chosen goal of public policy. What about in your own life? Will you choose happiness as a goal for yourself? Our guests, Dr. Brenda Wade and Dr. John Demartini, talk about how happiness can be a day-to-day choice. Our conversation brings forgiveness, gratitude, and love into the concept of experiencing a happier life. Re-focusing your daily intention about your attitude and behavior can be full of rewards. You'll hear: * why inspiration and coaching from others can add to your happiness * how giving up blame and resentment can soften and open your heart * about three ways you can move toward forgiveness * what it means to live gratitude and the "golden bottom line" * that happiness and health are true partners for a more joyful life Featured Guest Dr. John Demartini is an international speaker, philosopher, consultant. Dr. Demartini is considered one of the world's leading authorities on human behavior and personal development. He has authored over forty books and is the founder of the Demartini Institute, which includes the Studies of Wisdom research and the Concourse of Wisdom. John is the originator of The Breakthrough Experience and The Demartini Method. www.drdemartini.com Co-host Dr. Brenda Wade regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com 57:28 clean The recently published 'World Happiness Report 2015' reminds us that happiness is increasingly considered a proper measure of social progress and a chosen goal of public policy. What about in your own life? Will you choose happiness as a goal for yourself? Our guests, Dr. Brenda Wade and Dr. John Demartini, talk about how happiness can be a day-to-day choice. Our conversation brings forgiveness, gratitude, and love into the concept of experiencing a happier life. Re-focusing your daily intention about your attitude and behavior can be full of rewards. You'll hear:

* why inspiration and coaching from others can add to your happiness
* how giving up blame and resentment can soften and open your heart
* about three ways you can move toward forgiveness
* what it means to live gratitude and the "golden bottom line"
* that happiness and health are true partners for a more joyful life

Featured Guest
Dr. John Demartini is an international speaker, philosopher, consultant. Dr. Demartini is considered one of the world's leading authorities on human behavior and personal development. He has authored over forty books and is the founder of the Demartini Institute, which includes the Studies of Wisdom research and the Concourse of Wisdom. John is the originator of The Breakthrough Experience and The Demartini Method. www.drdemartini.com

Co-host
Dr. Brenda Wade regularly appears on CNN and NBC's Today Show as a psychology expert and is featured on Oprah and Good Morning America. She hosts Black Renaissance on the CW network, and is the author of four books: Power Choices, Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love, and 99 Things You Wish You Knew Before Falling In Love. Dr. Wade also facilitates retreats and seminars around the world. drbrendawade.com

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28 May 2015 18:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150528.html
Green and Creative Home Ideas - Buying, Staying, or Selling http://www.joankenley.com/20150511.html Whether buying, staying, or selling, investing in your home has mental, emotional, physical, and financial components. Fine home experts - Judith Glass and Sheila Sabine - have distinguished themselves by making their own brand of home-staging a marketing specialty. They join us to talk about how they assist their clients in appreciating, buying, and selling homes, and how you can apply green and creative principles in making your home a place of energy, inspiration, and beauty. It's been said, "Home is where the heart is." Taking that idea one step further: Why not put your heart into your home? On the program, you'll hear about: * how to make buying a home an even smarter investment * the many advantages of considering design psychology &Feng Shui * ways a cluttered home or work space can negatively impact your life * why "green" building and environmental re-modeling are so important * tips and suggestions that make homes more attractive for buyers * why sellers who stage their homes have a big advantage in the marketplace Featured Guests Judith Glass has an impressive history in design and sales. Her MBA is in marketing, and she is a member of the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association. Judith was the owner and founder of The Fashion Connection - an image consulting firm in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and The New Moon - a specialty clothing store in Oakland, California. Sheila Sabine has extensive experience in property management, renovation, design, building and residential sales, and serves as an Interior Design Trainer for new agents. Sheila has published numerous articles in the San Francisco Chronicle, Northern California Homes and Gardens, and San Francisco Magazine. 37:48 clean Whether buying, staying, or selling, investing in your home has mental, emotional, physical, and financial components. Fine home experts - Judith Glass and Sheila Sabine - have distinguished themselves by making their own brand of home-staging a marketing specialty. They join us to talk about how they assist their clients in appreciating, buying, and selling homes, and how you can apply green and creative principles in making your home a place of energy, inspiration, and beauty. It's been said, "Home is where the heart is." Taking that idea one step further: Why not put your heart into your home? On the program, you'll hear about:

* how to make buying a home an even smarter investment
* the many advantages of considering design psychology & Feng Shui
* ways a cluttered home or work space can negatively impact your life
* why "green" building and environmental re-modeling are so important
* tips and suggestions that make homes more attractive for buyers
* why sellers who stage their homes have a big advantage in the marketplace

Featured Guests
Judith Glass has an impressive history in design and sales. Her MBA is in marketing, and she is a member of the Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association. Judith was the owner and founder of The Fashion Connection - an image consulting firm in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and The New Moon - a specialty clothing store in Oakland, California.

Sheila Sabine has extensive experience in property management, renovation, design, building and residential sales, and serves as an Interior Design Trainer for new agents. Sheila has published numerous articles in the San Francisco Chronicle, Northern California Homes and Gardens, and San Francisco Magazine.

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12 May 2015 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20150511.html
A Mother's Day Gift - Standing for Peace 2015 http://www.joankenley.com/20150424.html Celebrating Mother's Day can be a gift for all. The history of Mother's Day as celebrated in the U.S. dates back to activist and writer, Julia Ward Howe, who suggested in 1870 that the annual celebration be dedicated to peace. Today, The Standing Women Initiative - www.standingwomen.net - invites people of all ages around the world to gather silently for peace on Mother's Day at 1PM for five minutes local time - with a special focus on a better world for our children and future generations. In this unique program, Brenda, Carol, and Joan read the powerful, lyrical story, "The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering", a book that has created exciting global attention. The conversation will also share the impact "foremothers", mentors, and mothers have for 21st Century change. On this stirring program, you'll hear about: * Julia Ward Howe's 1870 original Mother's Day proclamation calling for peace * Jean Bolen's "Urgent Message from Mother - Gather the Women, Save the World" * ways to actively participate and "Stand for Peace" on Mother's Day Featured Guests Dr. Brenda Wade is a psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her syndicated TV program, Can this Marriage be Saved, her PBS shows, and her recent guest appearances on the Today Show. She is also a regular host on the Bay Area TV show, Black Renaissance, and is the co-author of several books, including What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love. www.docwade.com Carol Adrienne is an intuitive counselor and author of books on life purpose, numerology, and change, which have been translated into over fifteen languages. Oprah has praised her best-selling book, The Purpose of Your Life: Finding Your Place in the World Using Synchronicity, Intuition, and Uncommon Sense. Carol develops and co-leads seminars and is in demand as a keynote speaker. www.caroladrienne.com 31:01 clean Celebrating Mother's Day can be a gift for all. The history of Mother's Day as celebrated in the U.S. dates back to activist and writer, Julia Ward Howe, who suggested in 1870 that the annual celebration be dedicated to peace. Today, The Standing Women Initiative - www.standingwomen.net - invites people of all ages around the world to gather silently for peace on Mother's Day at 1PM for five minutes local time - with a special focus on a better world for our children and future generations.

In this unique program, Brenda, Carol, and Joan read the powerful, lyrical story, "The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering", a book that has created exciting global attention. The conversation will also share the impact "foremothers", mentors, and mothers have for 21st Century change. On this stirring program, you'll hear about:

* Julia Ward Howe's 1870 original Mother's Day proclamation calling for peace
* Jean Bolen's "Urgent Message from Mother - Gather the Women, Save the World"
* ways to actively participate and "Stand for Peace" on Mother's Day

Featured Guests
Dr. Brenda Wade is a psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her syndicated TV program, Can this Marriage be Saved, her PBS shows, and her recent guest appearances on the Today Show. She is also a regular host on the Bay Area TV show, Black Renaissance, and is the co-author of several books, including What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love. www.docwade.com

Carol Adrienne is an intuitive counselor and author of books on life purpose, numerology, and change, which have been translated into over fifteen languages. Oprah has praised her best-selling book, The Purpose of Your Life: Finding Your Place in the World Using Synchronicity, Intuition, and Uncommon Sense. Carol develops and co-leads seminars and is in demand as a keynote speaker. www.caroladrienne.com

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23 Apr 2015 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150424.html
Global Change Matters - Inspiring Journeys http://www.joankenley.com/20150222.html In this time of global change, growing economic inequality, climate unrest, and war, it is crucial to realize the power each one of us has to affect what matters. There is a beautiful Chinese proverb that says, "If there is light in the soul, there will be beauty in the person. If there is beauty in the person, there will be harmony in the house. If there is harmony in the house, there will be order in the nation. If there is order in the nation, there will be peace in the world." It’s interesting to reflect that the world we are experiencing today is the result of our collective consciousness. We have a vital and important conversation about all this with our guests – two visionary leaders who have each devoted their lives to personal transformation as a catalyst for social change. You'll hear about - the journeys that led Jones and O'Dea to the important work they're doing now - what steps guarantee an economic win-win for creating "green collar jobs," reducing economic inequality - ways our prison system creates post-traumatic stress similar to that experienced in war - why personal consciousness and social healing are necessary for true global change Van Jones is co-host of CNN's Crossfire, and has founded and led several not-for-profit organizations engaged in social and environmental justice, including The Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Dream Corps Unlimited, and Color of Change. A Yale-educated attorney, Van has written two New York Times Best Sellers: "The Green Collar Economy" - the definitive book on green jobs, and "Rebuild the Dream" - a roadmap for progressives. In 2009, Van worked as the green jobs advisor to the Obama White House, and in 2007 co-founded Green For All, a national organization working to offer green jobs to many disadvantaged communities. VanJones.net RebuildTheDream.com James O'Dea is the lead faculty for the ongoing Shift Network's Peace Ambassador Training. He is the author of "Creative Stress," a book endorsed by Marianne Williamson as "Medicine for our Times." James is a well-known figure in international social healing and has conducted reconciliation dialogues for 15 years, and also leads Breakthrough Intensives for emerging leaders. He is on the extended faculty of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and was its former President. O'Dea has served as the Washington Office Director of Amnesty International and CEO of the Seva Foundation. He is a member of the esteemed Evolutionary Leaders Group. JamesOdea.com TheShiftNetwork.com 40:09 clean In this time of global change, growing economic inequality, climate unrest, and war, it is crucial to realize the power each one of us has to affect what matters. There is a beautiful Chinese proverb that says, "If there is light in the soul, there will be beauty in the person. If there is beauty in the person, there will be harmony in the house. If there is harmony in the house, there will be order in the nation. If there is order in the nation, there will be peace in the world." It’s interesting to reflect that the world we are experiencing today is the result of our collective consciousness. We have a vital and important conversation about all this with our guests – two visionary leaders who have each devoted their lives to personal transformation as a catalyst for social change. You'll hear about

- the journeys that led Jones and O'Dea to the important work they're doing now

- what steps guarantee an economic win-win for creating "green collar jobs," reducing economic inequality

- ways our prison system creates post-traumatic stress similar to that experienced in war

- why personal consciousness and social healing are necessary for true global change

Van Jones is co-host of CNN's Crossfire, and has founded and led several not-for-profit organizations engaged in social and environmental justice, including The Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, Dream Corps Unlimited, and Color of Change. A Yale-educated attorney, Van has written two New York Times Best Sellers: "The Green Collar Economy" - the definitive book on green jobs, and "Rebuild the Dream" - a roadmap for progressives. In 2009, Van worked as the green jobs advisor to the Obama White House, and in 2007 co-founded Green For All, a national organization working to offer green jobs to many disadvantaged communities. VanJones.net RebuildTheDream.com

James O'Dea is the lead faculty for the ongoing Shift Network's Peace Ambassador Training. He is the author of "Creative Stress," a book endorsed by Marianne Williamson as "Medicine for our Times." James is a well-known figure in international social healing and has conducted reconciliation dialogues for 15 years, and also leads Breakthrough Intensives for emerging leaders. He is on the extended faculty of the Institute of Noetic Sciences and was its former President. O'Dea has served as the Washington Office Director of Amnesty International and CEO of the Seva Foundation. He is a member of the esteemed Evolutionary Leaders Group. JamesOdea.com TheShiftNetwork.com

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22 Feb 2015 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20150222.html
Causes That Matter - Get Connected http://www.joankenley.com/20150122.html In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, we are reminded that "You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water." Our guests - Rose Aguilar and Marilyn Fowler of Women's International Network (WIN) - share how to work with causes that matter - from women's health and family planning rights to economic, property and educational rights. We talk about issues that are important to so many of us - in this country and cultures everywhere. In this program you'll hear about: ** WIN and CAWA's beginnings and their visionary platforms for action ** the needs you don't hear about - ranging from civil issues to war ** creating joy for others, sharing what we have for the betterment of person-kind ** bringing hope to the lost and love to the lonely ** Rose Aguilar's radio show Your Call, her journalistic endeavors and causes ** Marilyn Fowler's path to activism and her profound journeys around the globe Featured Guests Rose Aguilar hosts Your Call - a public affairs radio show on KALW 91.7 FM - San Francisco's local NPR-affiliate. The show focuses on politics, social issues, the environment, and the arts. She is on the board of the Women's Intercultural Network, is an op-ed contributor for Al Jazeera English and has written for AlterNet and Truthout. Rose has written a book called Red Highways: A Journey into the Heartland detailing her conversations with people about why they vote the way they do. rose@yourcallradio.org Founder, President &CEO of the Women's Intercultural Network, an NGO Consultative to the UN. She has been connecting women across cultures for 30 years - from Afghanistan to California's Central Valley - for a larger voice in their government and economy. She coordinates CAWA - California Women's Agend and Co-Chairs the US Cities for CEDAW campaign. March 9th she leads a delegation to UN WOMEN and NGO CSW's celebration of the Beijing Platform for Action's 20th Anniversary. win@WINaction.org 43:52 clean In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, we are reminded that "You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water." Our guests - Rose Aguilar and Marilyn Fowler of Women's International Network (WIN) - share how to work with causes that matter - from women's health and family planning rights to economic, property and educational rights. We talk about issues that are important to so many of us - in this country and cultures everywhere. In this program you'll hear about:

** WIN and CAWA's beginnings and their visionary platforms for action

** the needs you don't hear about - ranging from civil issues to war

** creating joy for others, sharing what we have for the betterment of person-kind

** bringing hope to the lost and love to the lonely

** Rose Aguilar's radio show Your Call, her journalistic endeavors and causes

** Marilyn Fowler's path to activism and her profound journeys around the globe

Featured Guests
Rose Aguilar hosts Your Call - a public affairs radio show on KALW 91.7 FM - San Francisco's local NPR-affiliate. The show focuses on politics, social issues, the environment, and the arts. She is on the board of the Women's Intercultural Network, is an op-ed contributor for Al Jazeera English and has written for AlterNet and Truthout. Rose has written a book called Red Highways: A Journey into the Heartland detailing her conversations with people about why they vote the way they do. rose@yourcallradio.org

Founder, President & CEO of the Women's Intercultural Network, an NGO Consultative to the UN. She has been connecting women across cultures for 30 years - from Afghanistan to California's Central Valley - for a larger voice in their government and economy. She coordinates CAWA - California Women's Agend and Co-Chairs the US Cities for CEDAW campaign. March 9th she leads a delegation to UN WOMEN and NGO CSW's celebration of the Beijing Platform for Action's 20th Anniversary. win@WINaction.org

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22 Jan 2015 17:00:01 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20150122.html
Conscious Buying and Thoughtful Giving for the Holidays http://www.joankenley.com/20141205.html During the Christmas holidays, it's good to contemplate the meaning of gifts and giving. It's been said that "Giving liberates the soul of the giver." And we agree! Shopping for gifts - at Christmas time and all year round - can be an expression of your beliefs or philosophy. Our guests - both pioneers in fair trade and socially responsible shopping - have created shopping venues for products that are better for the environment from companies that pay fair wages. We have also included links to a variety of free mobile apps for locating fair trade, socially responsible gifts. In this program you'll hear about: * environmentally friendly gifts and where to get them * charitable giving, at Christmas or anytime, to help those in need * what "fair trade" products are and how you can find them * what it means to vote with your gift dollars all year * web sites and mobile apps you need to know about Featured Guests Tex Dworkin is an independent Fair Trade Consultant and former Director of Social Media for Global Exchange. She actively participates in the Fair Trade movement, promoting the philosophy that shopping can change the world. Tex runs Do Good Biz, providing content and marketing support to socially responsible businesses and organizations. Believing in the power of business enterprise as a tool for social change, her work in Fair Trade, e-commerce, and cause-based marketing continues to inspire the growing socially responsible business movement. www.globalexchange.org, www.facebook.com/dogoodbiz Priya Haji was CEO and co-founder of World of Good - offering ethically sourced gifts, housewares, and accessories. She built the concept while completing her MBA at UC Berkeley, leading the company to its current success with e-Bay and focusing on using the engine of enterprise to create social impact. Priya also served as the Board Chair for their non-profit sister entity, the World of Good Development Organization and also co-founded SaveUp. Sadly, Priya recently passed away, but her legacy lives through her successful and pioneering work in the fair trade arena. worldofgood.com, www.saveup.com 43:05 clean During the Christmas holidays, it's good to contemplate the meaning of gifts and giving. It's been said that "Giving liberates the soul of the giver." And we agree! Shopping for gifts - at Christmas time and all year round - can be an expression of your beliefs or philosophy. Our guests - both pioneers in fair trade and socially responsible shopping - have created shopping venues for products that are better for the environment from companies that pay fair wages. We have also included links to a variety of free mobile apps for locating fair trade, socially responsible gifts. In this program you'll hear about:

* environmentally friendly gifts and where to get them
* charitable giving, at Christmas or anytime, to help those in need
* what "fair trade" products are and how you can find them
* what it means to vote with your gift dollars all year
* web sites and mobile apps you need to know about

Featured Guests
Tex Dworkin is an independent Fair Trade Consultant and former Director of Social Media for Global Exchange. She actively participates in the Fair Trade movement, promoting the philosophy that shopping can change the world. Tex runs Do Good Biz, providing content and marketing support to socially responsible businesses and organizations. Believing in the power of business enterprise as a tool for social change, her work in Fair Trade, e-commerce, and cause-based marketing continues to inspire the growing socially responsible business movement. www.globalexchange.org, www.facebook.com/dogoodbiz

Priya Haji was CEO and co-founder of World of Good - offering ethically sourced gifts, housewares, and accessories. She built the concept while completing her MBA at UC Berkeley, leading the company to its current success with e-Bay and focusing on using the engine of enterprise to create social impact. Priya also served as the Board Chair for their non-profit sister entity, the World of Good Development Organization and also co-founded SaveUp. Sadly, Priya recently passed away, but her legacy lives through her successful and pioneering work in the fair trade arena. worldofgood.com, www.saveup.com

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04 Dec 2014 10:00:01 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20141205.html
The Election Imperative: Every Vote Must Count http://www.joankenley.com/20141024.html "The right to vote...is the primary right by which other rights are protected." This quote from founding father Thomas Paine underscores why it is so important to vote. Many voters exerize this right during presidential elections, yet fail to vote in the mid-term elections, often with serious consequences. Our guest, filmmaker and author Dorothy Fadiman, joins us to talk about what she uncovered while making her explosive film STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote - and why it is so crucial that every voter vote, and every vote be counted. In this conversation, you'll hear: * how Dorothy made this in-depth exploration of the 2000 &2004 elections * how the privatization of voting machines has enabled bad actors to steal votes * what resources are available to you if your right to vote is being threatened * why - and how - exit polls are adjusted "after the fact" to match reported results * what action steps to take to ensure fair voting and "vote integrity" Featured Guest Dorothy Fadiman - In addition to STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote, Dorothy has been producing documentaries with a focus on social justice and human rights for over 30 years. Winner of more than 50 major awards, she is Producer/Director of twenty films, including RADIANCE: The Experience of Light; FROM THE BACK ALLEYS to the SUPREME COURT &BEYOND; WHY DO THESE KIDS LOVE SCHOOL? Her latest book is Producing with Passion: Making Films that Change the World. www.concentric.org Co-hostBarry Kendall - Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, Barry is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a PhD in drama from Stanford. www.commonwealinstitute.org 51:16 clean "The right to vote...is the primary right by which other rights are protected." This quote from founding father Thomas Paine underscores why it is so important to vote. Many voters exerize this right during presidential elections, yet fail to vote in the mid-term elections, often with serious consequences. Our guest, filmmaker and author Dorothy Fadiman, joins us to talk about what she uncovered while making her explosive film STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote - and why it is so crucial that every voter vote, and every vote be counted. In this conversation, you'll hear:

* how Dorothy made this in-depth exploration of the 2000 & 2004 elections * how the privatization of voting machines has enabled bad actors to steal votes * what resources are available to you if your right to vote is being threatened * why - and how - exit polls are adjusted "after the fact" to match reported results * what action steps to take to ensure fair voting and "vote integrity"

Featured Guest
Dorothy Fadiman - In addition to STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote, Dorothy has been producing documentaries with a focus on social justice and human rights for over 30 years. Winner of more than 50 major awards, she is Producer/Director of twenty films, including RADIANCE: The Experience of Light; FROM THE BACK ALLEYS to the SUPREME COURT & BEYOND; WHY DO THESE KIDS LOVE SCHOOL? Her latest book is Producing with Passion: Making Films that Change the World. www.concentric.org

Co-host
Barry Kendall - Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, Barry is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a PhD in drama from Stanford. www.commonwealinstitute.org

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24 Oct 2014 17:00:01 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20141024.html
Put More Color in Your Life! http://www.joankenley.com/20140515.html Bring beauty, creativity, and joy into your life and home with these simple - and practical - ideas inspired by designers Ron Morgan and Rachelle Goodfriend. In this program you'll hear wonderful stories, expert advice, and decorating tips from two great professionals in floral and interior design. Learn how managing clutter can raise your self-esteem, what colors make flower arrangements sing, and how much fun it is to beautify your space. Conversations with Ron and Rachelle include * how flowers put a smile in your home * why having a space that pleases you matters * how having a beautiful home can affect your feelings and actions * what's positive about the current trend in TV makeover shows Featured Guests Ron Morgan is one of the most sought-after and well-recognized floral designers in the United States. He has consulted as an interior designer, owned floral and antique shops, and published four books, including: The Center of Attention and In the Company of Flowers. He now devotes most of his creative energies to the garden club lecture circuit. Ron's store in Oakland, California is called Loot. www.ronmorgandesigns.com Rachelle Goodfriend is founder and owner of Spirited Spaces Design Consultants, a thriving business in the California Bay Area. She brings a unique combination of talents to her work: interior designer and a psychotherapist. Rachelle's passion is to create comfortable, functional, and beautiful environments. goodfrienddesigngroup.com 1:30:52 clean Bring beauty, creativity, and joy into your life and home with these simple - and practical - ideas inspired by designers Ron Morgan and Rachelle Goodfriend. In this program you'll hear wonderful stories, expert advice, and decorating tips from two great professionals in floral and interior design. Learn how managing clutter can raise your self-esteem, what colors make flower arrangements sing, and how much fun it is to beautify your space. Conversations with Ron and Rachelle include

* how flowers put a smile in your home
* why having a space that pleases you matters
* how having a beautiful home can affect your feelings and actions
* what's positive about the current trend in TV makeover shows

Featured Guests
Ron Morgan is one of the most sought-after and well-recognized floral designers in the United States. He has consulted as an interior designer, owned floral and antique shops, and published four books, including: The Center of Attention and In the Company of Flowers. He now devotes most of his creative energies to the garden club lecture circuit. Ron's store in Oakland, California is called Loot. www.ronmorgandesigns.com

Rachelle Goodfriend is founder and owner of Spirited Spaces Design Consultants, a thriving business in the California Bay Area. She brings a unique combination of talents to her work: interior designer and a psychotherapist. Rachelle's passion is to create comfortable, functional, and beautiful environments. goodfrienddesigngroup.com

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15 May 2014 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20140515.html
A Day for Mothers - Balancing Time, Celebrating Moms http://www.joankenley.com/20140429.html Listen to this revealing in-studio conversation with Joan Blades of moveon.org and momsrising.org and Helen Grieco of Common Cause and NOW. Joan Williams, law professor and co-author of What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Every Woman Should Know, also joins us by phone. During this Mother's Day time, hear about the challenges women face in balancing time, work and motherhood. You'll learn first-hand: * why the MoveOn.org co-founder created MomsRising.org * what California NOW has done to help mothers * the juggling act of striving for work-life balance * how mothers are discriminated against in hiring and on the job * why it is crucial to have mothers in positions of leadership Featured Guests Joan Blades is a co-founder of Move On and Moms Rising, as well as Living Room Conversations - an open source effort to rebuild respectful civil discourse while embracing core shared values. She is co-author of "The Custom-Fit Workplace: Choose When Where and How to Work and Boost Your Bottom Line" - winner of a Nautilus book award, and "The Motherhood Manifesto", which won the 2007 Ernesta Drinker Ballard Book Prize. She is a mediator (attorney) by training, as well as a nature lover, artist, and activist. www.MoveOn.org www.MomsRising.org www.customfitworkplace.org Helen Grieco currently works for Common Cause and formerly served as Executive Director of the California National Organization for Women - having been involved in leadership within NOW for over twenty years. She is considered an expert on safety, health, and equal opportunities for women, and has produced documentaries and training videos. Grieco hosted Her Side radio show and founded Brave People and the SHE Academy. www.bravepeople.org www.sheacademy.us twitter.com/helengrieco Joan Williams is a distinguished law professor U.C. Hastings. She is an expert on work/family issues, is the co-author of "What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Every Woman Should Know" (forthcoming NYU Press, 2014) with her daughter, Rachel Dempsey. Williams is the Founding Director of The Center for WorkLife Law (WLL) and has played a leading role in documenting workplace bias against mothers. Her work focuses on social psychology and on how work/family conflict affects so many families. www.worklifelaw.org www.newgirlsnet.com www.toolsforchangeinstem.org. 39:23 clean Listen to this revealing in-studio conversation with Joan Blades of moveon.org and momsrising.org and Helen Grieco of Common Cause and NOW. Joan Williams, law professor and co-author of What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Every Woman Should Know, also joins us by phone. During this Mother's Day time, hear about the challenges women face in balancing time, work and motherhood. You'll learn first-hand:

* why the MoveOn.org co-founder created MomsRising.org
* what California NOW has done to help mothers
* the juggling act of striving for work-life balance
* how mothers are discriminated against in hiring and on the job
* why it is crucial to have mothers in positions of leadership

Featured Guests
Joan Blades is a co-founder of Move On and Moms Rising, as well as Living Room Conversations - an open source effort to rebuild respectful civil discourse while embracing core shared values. She is co-author of "The Custom-Fit Workplace: Choose When Where and How to Work and Boost Your Bottom Line" - winner of a Nautilus book award, and "The Motherhood Manifesto", which won the 2007 Ernesta Drinker Ballard Book Prize. She is a mediator (attorney) by training, as well as a nature lover, artist, and activist. www.MoveOn.org www.MomsRising.org www.customfitworkplace.org

Helen Grieco currently works for Common Cause and formerly served as Executive Director of the California National Organization for Women - having been involved in leadership within NOW for over twenty years. She is considered an expert on safety, health, and equal opportunities for women, and has produced documentaries and training videos. Grieco hosted Her Side radio show and founded Brave People and the SHE Academy. www.bravepeople.org www.sheacademy.us twitter.com/helengrieco

Joan Williams is a distinguished law professor U.C. Hastings. She is an expert on work/family issues, is the co-author of "What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Every Woman Should Know" (forthcoming NYU Press, 2014) with her daughter, Rachel Dempsey. Williams is the Founding Director of The Center for WorkLife Law (WLL) and has played a leading role in documenting workplace bias against mothers. Her work focuses on social psychology and on how work/family conflict affects so many families. www.worklifelaw.org www.newgirlsnet.com www.toolsforchangeinstem.org.

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26 Apr 2014 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20140429.html
Coping With Recession Blues http://www.joankenley.com/20131016.html Americans are faced with job insecurities, healthcare worries, and mortgage problems during these economic hard times. Government unrest is creating fear and doubt about the future. However, feeling hopeful can be learned, even when anxiety and stress seem to be everywhere. During this program, you'll hear our experts talk about: * how to find strength in the center of economic and emotional storms * the importance of relationships with family and community in hard times * actions to take for transformative thinking and living with inner richness Featured Guests Reverend Andriette Earl - teacher, facilitator and "freedom coach" - is the Founder &Spiritual Leader of Heart and Soul Center of Light in Oakland. She is a transformational specialist, inspirational speaker, and life coach. Author of Embracing Wholeness: Living in Spiritual Congruence, she has also created a transformative board game, "Speak Your Word: The Freedom Game." www.heartsoulcenter.org Satyen Raja combines the strength of the Warrior and the wisdom of the Sage to inspire audiences worldwide with his work and seminars. Blending both power and heartfulness, his WarriorSage Group of Companies offers training in meeting life's challenges with passion and spirit. He is a Kung-Fu Master and a trainer of the renowned Illumination Intensive. Satyen's most recent book is Living Ecstasy. www.warriorsage.com Co-host Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. Recently featured on the Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Wade has offered her expertise on Oprah and Good Morning America. She is also a monthly host on Black Renaissance on the CW Network. Her most recent book is Power Choices: Seven Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. com www.docwade.com 53:09 clean Americans are faced with job insecurities, healthcare worries, and mortgage problems during these economic hard times. Government unrest is creating fear and doubt about the future. However, feeling hopeful can be learned, even when anxiety and stress seem to be everywhere. During this program, you'll hear our experts talk about:

* how to find strength in the center of economic and emotional storms
* the importance of relationships with family and community in hard times
* actions to take for transformative thinking and living with inner richness

Featured Guests
Reverend Andriette Earl - teacher, facilitator and "freedom coach" - is the Founder & Spiritual Leader of Heart and Soul Center of Light in Oakland. She is a transformational specialist, inspirational speaker, and life coach. Author of Embracing Wholeness: Living in Spiritual Congruence, she has also created a transformative board game, "Speak Your Word: The Freedom Game." www.heartsoulcenter.org

Satyen Raja combines the strength of the Warrior and the wisdom of the Sage to inspire audiences worldwide with his work and seminars. Blending both power and heartfulness, his WarriorSage Group of Companies offers training in meeting life's challenges with passion and spirit. He is a Kung-Fu Master and a trainer of the renowned Illumination Intensive. Satyen's most recent book is Living Ecstasy. www.warriorsage.com

Co-host
Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. Recently featured on the Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Wade has offered her expertise on Oprah and Good Morning America. She is also a monthly host on Black Renaissance on the CW Network. Her most recent book is Power Choices: Seven Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. com www.docwade.com

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15 Oct 2013 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20131016.html
Conversations Matter - Let's Talk http://www.joankenley.com/20120828.html Conversations do matter - to you, to everyone, and to our current global concerns. The basic principles of effective conversations involve deep, respectful listening, avoiding blame and judgment, and staying true to yourself and your values - even in difficult circumstances. Hear useful ways to engage, heal, and inspire! Our conversation includes * how all situations can benefit from conscious, intentional conversations * conversation guidelines to enhance relationships and one's personal life * what fragmented attention can do to sabotage a conversation * the importance of asking good questions and managing expectations * whether you feel prepared to initiate and explore sensitive subjects * why learning to have "conversations that matter" has rich rewards Featured Guests Juanita Brown was a noted community organizer with Cesar Chavez early in her career. She then became a thinking/design partner to major organizations, and her work involves leaders from around the globe. Juanita co-founded The World Cafe movement with David Isaacs. They co-authored - along with the World Cafe Community - the best selling book, The World Cafe: Shaping Our Futures Through Conversations That Matter, now available in many languages. www.theworldcafe.com Tom Hurley is currently guiding the global evolution of the World Cafe and is a board member of the World Cafe Community Foundation. His company, TJH Associates, offers executive coaching for leaders seeking innovative approaches to key strategic issues and large-scale systems change. Tom was co-founder of the Chaordic Commons, a nonprofit consulting organization, and he has served as a member of the senior management team with the Institute of Noetic Sciences. www.collectivewisdominitiative.org 48:14 clean Conversations do matter - to you, to everyone, and to our current global concerns. The basic principles of effective conversations involve deep, respectful listening, avoiding blame and judgment, and staying true to yourself and your values - even in difficult circumstances. Hear useful ways to engage, heal, and inspire! Our conversation includes

* how all situations can benefit from conscious, intentional conversations
* conversation guidelines to enhance relationships and one's personal life
* what fragmented attention can do to sabotage a conversation
* the importance of asking good questions and managing expectations
* whether you feel prepared to initiate and explore sensitive subjects
* why learning to have "conversations that matter" has rich rewards

Featured Guests
Juanita Brown was a noted community organizer with Cesar Chavez early in her career. She then became a thinking/design partner to major organizations, and her work involves leaders from around the globe. Juanita co-founded The World Cafe movement with David Isaacs. They co-authored - along with the World Cafe Community - the best selling book, The World Cafe: Shaping Our Futures Through Conversations That Matter, now available in many languages. www.theworldcafe.com

Tom Hurley is currently guiding the global evolution of the World Cafe and is a board member of the World Cafe Community Foundation. His company, TJH Associates, offers executive coaching for leaders seeking innovative approaches to key strategic issues and large-scale systems change. Tom was co-founder of the Chaordic Commons, a nonprofit consulting organization, and he has served as a member of the senior management team with the Institute of Noetic Sciences. www.collectivewisdominitiative.org

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27 Aug 2012 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20120828.html
Pet Info for Pet Smart Care http://www.joankenley.com/20120413.html It's been said, "Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." Our show includes how pet owners can offer the best kind of love and care - all of which will help pets live longer and healthier. Hear the latest veterinary trends and treatments. And we'll tell you how dogs, cats, bunnies, and birds are so much smarter than you may imagine! We'll talk about: * why the holistic approach to pet care is so important * the dual benefits of children reading to dogs * preventive health care for your animals * what you should consider about pet insurance * how good dental care can keep your pet living longer and better Featured Guests Dr. Gary Richter has been a veterinarian in the Bay Area since 1988, and his interests include emergency medicine, general practice, and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine. Gary is the 2009 winner of Bay Area Best Vet Award from Beast of the Bay. He is one of the founders of the Montclair Pet and Wildlife Fund, a non-profit dedicated to wildlife rescue and orphaned pets. Dr. Richter also helps organize the disaster relief program for animals in Alameda County and sponsors "Pet Mayor for the Day" in Montclair Village. http://www.montclairvethospital.com 510-339-8600 Dr. Bonnie Bergin originated the concept of using service dogs to assist people with mobility impairments over thirty years ago. In 1991, she founded the Assistance Dog Institute - now known as the Bergen University of Canine Studies - in Santa Rosa. It is the only college in the country offering degrees in Human Canine Life Sciences and Assistance Dog Education, along with the College of Scent Detection - for research and training - as part of the curriculum. Bonnie's numerous awards include Oprah Winfrey's "Use Your Life Award" and the "Presidential Points of Light Award". http://www.assistancedog.org 707-545-3647 48:50 clean It's been said, "Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened." Our show includes how pet owners can offer the best kind of love and care - all of which will help pets live longer and healthier. Hear the latest veterinary trends and treatments. And we'll tell you how dogs, cats, bunnies, and birds are so much smarter than you may imagine! We'll talk about:

* why the holistic approach to pet care is so important
* the dual benefits of children reading to dogs
* preventive health care for your animals
* what you should consider about pet insurance
* how good dental care can keep your pet living longer and better

Featured Guests
Dr. Gary Richter has been a veterinarian in the Bay Area since 1988, and his interests include emergency medicine, general practice, and traditional Chinese veterinary medicine. Gary is the 2009 winner of Bay Area Best Vet Award from Beast of the Bay. He is one of the founders of the Montclair Pet and Wildlife Fund, a non-profit dedicated to wildlife rescue and orphaned pets. Dr. Richter also helps organize the disaster relief program for animals in Alameda County and sponsors "Pet Mayor for the Day" in Montclair Village. http://www.montclairvethospital.com 510-339-8600

Dr. Bonnie Bergin originated the concept of using service dogs to assist people with mobility impairments over thirty years ago. In 1991, she founded the Assistance Dog Institute - now known as the Bergen University of Canine Studies - in Santa Rosa. It is the only college in the country offering degrees in Human Canine Life Sciences and Assistance Dog Education, along with the College of Scent Detection - for research and training - as part of the curriculum. Bonnie's numerous awards include Oprah Winfrey's "Use Your Life Award" and the "Presidential Points of Light Award". http://www.assistancedog.org 707-545-3647

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12 Apr 2012 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20120413.html
Skin Care for All Seasons http://www.joankenley.com/20110622.html Save the Skin You're In! Learn the facts from renowned dermatologist, Dr. Vic Narurkar. Know that prevention is the major key. Also, recovery from certain skin damage is more possible than ever. We cover the latest skin treatments and the growing caution about advertised skin regimens. Injectable fillers can enhance shallow contours, soften facial wrinkles, or improve the appearance of recessed scars. Other subjects include rosacea, hair removal, skin cancer, and more. You'll hear about: * the dangers of overexposure to the sun * advances the Fraxel Laser brings to laser treatments * customizing the use of botox and facial fillers * effectiveness of Starlux PhotoFacials * how to choose safe tattoo removal * post-radiation procedures to heal skin damage * whether medispas are safe Featured Guest Dr. Vic Narurkar founded the acclaimed the Bay Area Laser Institute and has a full dermatology practice in San Francisco. He has pioneered treatments for acne scars, wrinkles, and skin rejuvenation, and offers a unique brand of aesthetic combination therapies - using botox and facial fillers with appropriate laser procedures. Dr. Narurkar recently served as president of the American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Surgery. www.bayarealaserdr.com; www.fraxel.com 47:30 clean Save the Skin You're In! Learn the facts from renowned dermatologist, Dr. Vic Narurkar. Know that prevention is the major key. Also, recovery from certain skin damage is more possible than ever. We cover the latest skin treatments and the growing caution about advertised skin regimens. Injectable fillers can enhance shallow contours, soften facial wrinkles, or improve the appearance of recessed scars. Other subjects include rosacea, hair removal, skin cancer, and more. You'll hear about:

* the dangers of overexposure to the sun
* advances the Fraxel Laser brings to laser treatments
* customizing the use of botox and facial fillers
* effectiveness of Starlux PhotoFacials
* how to choose safe tattoo removal
* post-radiation procedures to heal skin damage
* whether medispas are safe

Featured Guest
Dr. Vic Narurkar founded the acclaimed the Bay Area Laser Institute and has a full dermatology practice in San Francisco. He has pioneered treatments for acne scars, wrinkles, and skin rejuvenation, and offers a unique brand of aesthetic combination therapies - using botox and facial fillers with appropriate laser procedures. Dr. Narurkar recently served as president of the American Society of Cosmetic Dermatology and Aesthetic Surgery. www.bayarealaserdr.com; www.fraxel.com

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22 Jun 2011 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20110622.html
Exploring Avatar - The Meaning and The Message http://www.joankenley.com/20110527.html We'll talk in depth about the futuristic film Avatar. It takes place in the year 2154 on the moon called Pandora. The story has so many implications for our world right now. Beyond the issues of right and wrong, good and evil, and choices of all kinds - there are also aspects about what the deep connection to nature, plants, animals, and one another can mean for mankind. This visually impressive masterpiece is written and directed by James Cameron - a true visionary genius. You'll hear * that without significant inner, personal change for loving one another with compassion and kindness - the outer world cannot survive * about Steve Robertson's insights, founder of project-peaceonearth.org * the profound meaning of the three words that are at the heart of the film: "I See You" * how Jake, the injured Earth soldier, has his heart and soul transformed because of his loving relationship with the Navi heroine Neytiri * why it's a good idea to join the Avatar Home Tree Initiative to plant one million trees - go to www.avatarmovie.com to register Featured Guest Jaison Starkes lectures, presents seminars on spiritual growth and personal development, and serves as an Intuitive Consultant - giving personal readings for individuals and businesses worldwide. His passion is to inspire people to find the best within themselves and to realize their true life potential. Starkes currently lives in California and presents his work worldwide. Along with teaching "personal mastery", he is a film and television writer. Jaison's new book, "Quotes from the Soul" is co-authored with Claudia Chittim. When published, it will be available from Amazon. www.personalmasteryusa.com 51:58 clean We'll talk in depth about the futuristic film Avatar. It takes place in the year 2154 on the moon called Pandora. The story has so many implications for our world right now. Beyond the issues of right and wrong, good and evil, and choices of all kinds - there are also aspects about what the deep connection to nature, plants, animals, and one another can mean for mankind. This visually impressive masterpiece is written and directed by James Cameron - a true visionary genius. You'll hear

* that without significant inner, personal change for loving one another with compassion and kindness - the outer world cannot survive
* about Steve Robertson's insights, founder of project-peaceonearth.org
* the profound meaning of the three words that are at the heart of the film: "I See You"
* how Jake, the injured Earth soldier, has his heart and soul transformed because of his loving relationship with the Navi heroine Neytiri
* why it's a good idea to join the Avatar Home Tree Initiative to plant one million trees - go to www.avatarmovie.com to register

Featured Guest
Jaison Starkes lectures, presents seminars on spiritual growth and personal development, and serves as an Intuitive Consultant - giving personal readings for individuals and businesses worldwide. His passion is to inspire people to find the best within themselves and to realize their true life potential. Starkes currently lives in California and presents his work worldwide. Along with teaching "personal mastery", he is a film and television writer. Jaison's new book, "Quotes from the Soul" is co-authored with Claudia Chittim. When published, it will be available from Amazon. www.personalmasteryusa.com

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27 May 2011 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20110527.html
Greening Your Money http://www.joankenley.com/20110307.html Green banking blends with money and emotions in this informative program. We offer conversation about the leading-edge advantages of a "green bank" and about the power of focusing on healthy personal attitudes about money matters. Embracing financial health and social awareness is dynamically explored with two well-known innovators. You'll hear about: * what's involved in creating a "green" bank * why money is a such a loaded subject within families and relationships * how culture and family attitudes affect children and their lifelong ideas about money * why investing "green" is profitable and a vote for the future * the surprising advantages of shifting financial attitudes with trained consultants * how green bankers can offer helpful guidelines for "going green" Featured Guests Peter Liu is the founder and vice chairman of San Francisco's New Resource Bank - a commercial bank whose primary mission is to serve the needs of green entrepreneurs and sustainable business. Peter was featured as a "Global Warming Big Thinker" in the April 9th, 2007 issue of Time Magazine. He has worked in the banking and energy industries for nearly two decades - as a top executive for Credit Suisse First Boston and Chase Manhattan Bank, and as a private investor and strategic advisor to several clean energy technology companies. www.newresourcebank.com Bari Tessleris the founder of Conscious Bookkeeping - a team of financial therapists, coaches, and bookkeepers who serve those who want to transform their relationship with money. The company focuses on the practical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of handling finances. Bari has a Masters in Somatic Psychology from Naropa University and works as a teacher, therapist, and speaker. She is also a featured author in the recently published anthology, Einstein's Business. www.consciousbookkeeping.com 53:32 clean Green banking blends with money and emotions in this informative program. We offer conversation about the leading-edge advantages of a "green bank" and about the power of focusing on healthy personal attitudes about money matters. Embracing financial health and social awareness is dynamically explored with two well-known innovators. You'll hear about:

* what's involved in creating a "green" bank
* why money is a such a loaded subject within families and relationships
* how culture and family attitudes affect children and their lifelong ideas about money
* why investing "green" is profitable and a vote for the future
* the surprising advantages of shifting financial attitudes with trained consultants
* how green bankers can offer helpful guidelines for "going green"

Featured Guests
Peter Liu is the founder and vice chairman of San Francisco's New Resource Bank - a commercial bank whose primary mission is to serve the needs of green entrepreneurs and sustainable business. Peter was featured as a "Global Warming Big Thinker" in the April 9th, 2007 issue of Time Magazine. He has worked in the banking and energy industries for nearly two decades - as a top executive for Credit Suisse First Boston and Chase Manhattan Bank, and as a private investor and strategic advisor to several clean energy technology companies. www.newresourcebank.com

Bari Tessleris the founder of Conscious Bookkeeping - a team of financial therapists, coaches, and bookkeepers who serve those who want to transform their relationship with money. The company focuses on the practical, psychological, and spiritual aspects of handling finances. Bari has a Masters in Somatic Psychology from Naropa University and works as a teacher, therapist, and speaker. She is also a featured author in the recently published anthology, Einstein's Business. www.consciousbookkeeping.com

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06 Mar 2011 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20110307.html
Personal Coaching: Reap the Rewards http://www.joankenley.com/20100612.html People from all walks of life are now hiring coaches to assist them in achieving a variety of career and personal goals. Certified, professional coaching has grown exponentially over the last decade - helping clients learn to expand their awareness and enhance their quality of life. Is coaching something you may want to explore? In this informative conversation with Joan and Pamela, you'll hear: * the ways coaching differs from therapy * various techniques to help you achieve your goals * that unconscious resistance can handicap your aspirations * how coaches focus on action and results * why it is important to work with a certified licensed coach Featured Guest Pamela Weiss is the founder of An Appropriate Response. She is a Buddhist meditation teacher, executive coach and trainer of coaches. Pamela has been a pioneer in integrating the principles and practices of mindfulness meditation into coaching and leadership development programs inside organizations. She recently served as a senior course leader with New Ventures West, a coach training organization based in San Francisco. www.appropriateresponse.com 51:50 clean People from all walks of life are now hiring coaches to assist them in achieving a variety of career and personal goals. Certified, professional coaching has grown exponentially over the last decade - helping clients learn to expand their awareness and enhance their quality of life. Is coaching something you may want to explore? In this informative conversation with Joan and Pamela, you'll hear:

* the ways coaching differs from therapy
* various techniques to help you achieve your goals
* that unconscious resistance can handicap your aspirations
* how coaches focus on action and results
* why it is important to work with a certified licensed coach

Featured Guest
Pamela Weiss is the founder of An Appropriate Response. She is a Buddhist meditation teacher, executive coach and trainer of coaches. Pamela has been a pioneer in integrating the principles and practices of mindfulness meditation into coaching and leadership development programs inside organizations. She recently served as a senior course leader with New Ventures West, a coach training organization based in San Francisco. www.appropriateresponse.com

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09 Jun 2010 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20100612.html
Everything Music http://www.joankenley.com/20100514.html Music is a universal influence on the physical, emotional, and spiritual facets of our lives. Particular compositions, tones, and rhythms can strengthen the mind, unlock the creative spirit, and heal the body and soul: Inspiring words about music fill our program: "Music is the poetry of the air." "Without music, life would be a mistake." "Music is what feelings sound like." "Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence." In this hour we'll be exploring: * the value of bringing music more centrally into our daily lives * how various types of music and rhythm affect our moods and emotions * important influences of music on healing, individually and globally * why music is an important part of life transitions and celebrations * some of the ways drumming can enhance relationships in the workplace Featured Guests Gary Malkin is an award-winning composer, producer, arts activist, and founder of Wisdom of the World, a life-enhancing media production company. His most recent work, Graceful Passages: A Companion for Living and Dying, is used throughout the world as a support tool for life transitions. Gary is dedicated to making a difference in the world by creating music, media, and events that inspire the heart and catalyze social healing. www.wisdomoftheworld.com Marian Hubler is a concert producer for Bread &Roses where she organizes free, live, entertainment for those living in San Francisco Bay Area institutions. For more than a decade, she has promoted the Bread &Roses' mission of bringing the healing power of music to people living in isolation. Marian is also a singer and a writer and has over 25 years experience in cultural programming, public relations and special event management. www.breadandroses.com Shari Berger is a musician and music educator. She is the founder of Kulanu Productions, an environmentally and socially responsible company specializing in audio, web and event production. Shari has taught drumming to individuals of all ages, believing that rhythm plays a key role in developing our sense of self and connection to others. She also has an MBA in Sustainable Business from New College of California. 49:50 clean Music is a universal influence on the physical, emotional, and spiritual facets of our lives. Particular compositions, tones, and rhythms can strengthen the mind, unlock the creative spirit, and heal the body and soul: Inspiring words about music fill our program: "Music is the poetry of the air." "Without music, life would be a mistake." "Music is what feelings sound like." "Music is the wine that fills the cup of silence." In this hour we'll be exploring:

* the value of bringing music more centrally into our daily lives
* how various types of music and rhythm affect our moods and emotions
* important influences of music on healing, individually and globally
* why music is an important part of life transitions and celebrations
* some of the ways drumming can enhance relationships in the workplace

Featured Guests
Gary Malkin is an award-winning composer, producer, arts activist, and founder of Wisdom of the World, a life-enhancing media production company. His most recent work, Graceful Passages: A Companion for Living and Dying, is used throughout the world as a support tool for life transitions. Gary is dedicated to making a difference in the world by creating music, media, and events that inspire the heart and catalyze social healing. www.wisdomoftheworld.com

Marian Hubler is a concert producer for Bread & Roses where she organizes free, live, entertainment for those living in San Francisco Bay Area institutions. For more than a decade, she has promoted the Bread & Roses' mission of bringing the healing power of music to people living in isolation. Marian is also a singer and a writer and has over 25 years experience in cultural programming, public relations and special event management. www.breadandroses.com

Shari Berger is a musician and music educator. She is the founder of Kulanu Productions, an environmentally and socially responsible company specializing in audio, web and event production. Shari has taught drumming to individuals of all ages, believing that rhythm plays a key role in developing our sense of self and connection to others. She also has an MBA in Sustainable Business from New College of California.

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13 May 2010 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20100514.html
Loving Green-Sustaining Relationships http://www.joankenley.com/20090620.html "Loving Green" involves nurturing relationships to stay "evergreen" - with spouses, life partners, siblings, children, parents, friends, and co-workers. Paying attention to positive basic principles can green your relationships at every level. Learn about the importance and the rewards of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of growing and sustaining love. You'll hear about: * John and Mary's commitment to greening their marriage * what happens during the "un-greening" of relationships * the power of making a sincere apology * how a healthier relationship can positively affect your health * ways to argue peacefully and put disappointments aside Featured Guests Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her frequent appearances as a relationship expert on The Today Show. She is also a monthly host on Black Renaissance on the CW Network. Brenda has authored Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love and Power Choices: Seven Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. www.docwade.com and www.powerchoicestv.com Dr. Joan Kenley - author, psychologist, and media personality - hosts The Joan Kenley Show, branded as Conversation Radio. She has appeared on high profile television programs: ABC's 20/20, CNN, Dateline, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and Good Morning America, as well as countless radio shows. Joan has been featured in: The New York Sunday Times Magazine, Reader's Digest, Health, Allure, Cosmo, Wired, and Fortune, and authored two notable books: Voice Power and Whose Body Is It Anyway? 53:32 clean "Loving Green" involves nurturing relationships to stay "evergreen" - with spouses, life partners, siblings, children, parents, friends, and co-workers. Paying attention to positive basic principles can green your relationships at every level. Learn about the importance and the rewards of the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of growing and sustaining love. You'll hear about:

* John and Mary's commitment to greening their marriage
* what happens during the "un-greening" of relationships
* the power of making a sincere apology
* how a healthier relationship can positively affect your health
* ways to argue peacefully and put disappointments aside

Featured Guests
Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her frequent appearances as a relationship expert on The Today Show. She is also a monthly host on Black Renaissance on the CW Network. Brenda has authored Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love and Power Choices: Seven Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. www.docwade.com and www.powerchoicestv.com

Dr. Joan Kenley - author, psychologist, and media personality - hosts The Joan Kenley Show, branded as Conversation Radio. She has appeared on high profile television programs: ABC's 20/20, CNN, Dateline, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and Good Morning America, as well as countless radio shows. Joan has been featured in: The New York Sunday Times Magazine, Reader's Digest, Health, Allure, Cosmo, Wired, and Fortune, and authored two notable books: Voice Power and Whose Body Is It Anyway?

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20 Jun 2009 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20090620.html
Stories: Powerful, Healing, Inspiring http://www.joankenley.com/20090228.html We explore why stories matter in our lives - why we love them - and how they help us communicate. Since the most primitive campfires and throughout history, stories have helped teach, influence, and bind people together. They encourage the understanding - of self, of others, and of life - which is vital for sustaining cultures. You'll hear: - what's involved in telling a captivating story - the difference between a fairy tale, a myth and a fable - Gay's story about being a guest on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood - how stories can enhance education and bring hope to young people - why children can benefit from story hours at local libraries Gay Ducey is a children's librarian, free-lance storyteller, and storytelling educator. She has appeared on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood and performs regularly throughout North America. She was commissioned by the Smithsonian's Museum of American History to present stories in "Union Maid: Stories from America's Women at Work." Gay is also co-author of Spilt Milk: Traditional Tales of Mother and Motherhood, scheduled for publication in 2007. mducey@earthlink.net Sandra Noman is a teacher, writer, grandmother and lively teller of tales. She is currently directing a program serving the needs of homeless middle school children in San Francisco. Born in East Africa to medical missionaries, she has lived in many lands, gathering stories everywhere. She recently was the director of the Dominican University Storytelling Program. sandra@homeaway.org 49:50 clean We explore why stories matter in our lives - why we love them - and how they help us communicate. Since the most primitive campfires and throughout history, stories have helped teach, influence, and bind people together. They encourage the understanding - of self, of others, and of life - which is vital for sustaining cultures. You'll hear:

- what's involved in telling a captivating story

- the difference between a fairy tale, a myth and a fable

- Gay's story about being a guest on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood

- how stories can enhance education and bring hope to young people

- why children can benefit from story hours at local libraries

Gay Ducey is a children's librarian, free-lance storyteller, and storytelling educator. She has appeared on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood and performs regularly throughout North America. She was commissioned by the Smithsonian's Museum of American History to present stories in "Union Maid: Stories from America's Women at Work." Gay is also co-author of Spilt Milk: Traditional Tales of Mother and Motherhood, scheduled for publication in 2007. mducey@earthlink.net

Sandra Noman is a teacher, writer, grandmother and lively teller of tales. She is currently directing a program serving the needs of homeless middle school children in San Francisco. Born in East Africa to medical missionaries, she has lived in many lands, gathering stories everywhere. She recently was the director of the Dominican University Storytelling Program. sandra@homeaway.org

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28 Feb 2009 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20090228.html
The Election Imperative: Every Vote Must Count http://www.joankenley.com/20081025.html Can Americans expect to fairly elect the president of their choice this year - having had two questionable elections in 2000 and 2004? Dorothy Fadiman has just launched the free-to-play and download Internet version of her explosive film STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote - stealingamericathemovie.org. In this conversation, you'll hear: * how Dorothy made this in-depth exploration of the last two elections * facts about the mortgage crisis, corporate taxes, nuclear power, off-shore drilling * Colin Powell's endorsement of Barack Obama * the tough challenges facing America's next president * action steps to take for fair voting in 2008 Featured Guest Dorothy Fadiman - In addition to STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote, Dorothy has been producing documentaries with a focus on social justice and human rights for thirty years. Winner of more than 50 major awards, she is Producer/Director of twenty films, including RADIANCE: The Experience of Light; FROM THE BACK ALLEYS to the SUPREME COURT &BEYOND; WHY DO THESE KIDS LOVE SCHOOL? Her new book is Producing with Passion: Making Films that Change the World. www.concentric.org Co-host Barry Kendall - Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, Barry is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a PhD in drama from Stanford. www.commonwealinstitute.org 58:33 clean Can Americans expect to fairly elect the president of their choice this year - having had two questionable elections in 2000 and 2004? Dorothy Fadiman has just launched the free-to-play and download Internet version of her explosive film STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote - stealingamericathemovie.org. In this conversation, you'll hear:

* how Dorothy made this in-depth exploration of the last two elections
* facts about the mortgage crisis, corporate taxes, nuclear power, off-shore drilling
* Colin Powell's endorsement of Barack Obama
* the tough challenges facing America's next president
* action steps to take for fair voting in 2008

Featured Guest
Dorothy Fadiman - In addition to STEALING AMERICA: Vote by Vote, Dorothy has been producing documentaries with a focus on social justice and human rights for thirty years. Winner of more than 50 major awards, she is Producer/Director of twenty films, including RADIANCE: The Experience of Light; FROM THE BACK ALLEYS to the SUPREME COURT & BEYOND; WHY DO THESE KIDS LOVE SCHOOL? Her new book is Producing with Passion: Making Films that Change the World. www.concentric.org

Co-host
Barry Kendall - Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, Barry is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a PhD in drama from Stanford. www.commonwealinstitute.org

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25 Oct 2008 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20081025.html
Practical Intuition For Today http://www.joankenley.com/20081018.html Intuition - from A to Z - is an important capacity to use in everyday life and especially in hard times. Hear about Sharon's 30 years of expertise in the field, and how she and her daughter Megan use intuition in their own lives. You'll hear: * whether intuition is something you can learn or a talent you have at birth * how intuition can affect your relationships, work life, and self-knowing * Sharon's four simple steps for developing your intuitive capabilities * the way Megan uses body/mind clues to make important life choices * how intuition is defined in other countries and societies * why developing intuition is essential to our evolution and global harmony Featured Guests Sharon Franquemont is the Education Director for the Life Science Foundation and is an international speaker, trainer, and coach on intuition and innovation. She is the author of three books, including You Already Know What To Do, and is working on an online learning module for the University of Minnesota's Center for Spirituality and Healing, called Intuition's Role in Your Health and Wellbeing. Sharon is also a co-founder of the annual interfaith Prayer Vigil for the Earth in Washington, DC. www.intuitionworks.com www.lifesciencefoundation.org www.oneprayer.org. Megan Doherty Sharon's daughter, recently changed careers from her role as a highly successful retail manager to a specialist in Corporate Community Outreach. In 2000, she worked as a Representative for Youth at the Wittenberg Center for Alternative Resources - an NGO at the United Nations. Megan also serves as a key role for the annual Prayer Vigil for the Earth. Intuition has been a constant influence in her life. She says, "A balance of intuition, heart, and intellect guide most of the major decisions I make in my life." www.oneprayer.org. 47:57 clean Intuition - from A to Z - is an important capacity to use in everyday life and especially in hard times. Hear about Sharon's 30 years of expertise in the field, and how she and her daughter Megan use intuition in their own lives. You'll hear:

* whether intuition is something you can learn or a talent you have at birth
* how intuition can affect your relationships, work life, and self-knowing
* Sharon's four simple steps for developing your intuitive capabilities
* the way Megan uses body/mind clues to make important life choices
* how intuition is defined in other countries and societies
* why developing intuition is essential to our evolution and global harmony

Featured Guests
Sharon Franquemont is the Education Director for the Life Science Foundation and is an international speaker, trainer, and coach on intuition and innovation. She is the author of three books, including You Already Know What To Do, and is working on an online learning module for the University of Minnesota's Center for Spirituality and Healing, called Intuition's Role in Your Health and Wellbeing. Sharon is also a co-founder of the annual interfaith Prayer Vigil for the Earth in Washington, DC. www.intuitionworks.com www.lifesciencefoundation.org www.oneprayer.org.

Megan Doherty Sharon's daughter, recently changed careers from her role as a highly successful retail manager to a specialist in Corporate Community Outreach. In 2000, she worked as a Representative for Youth at the Wittenberg Center for Alternative Resources - an NGO at the United Nations. Megan also serves as a key role for the annual Prayer Vigil for the Earth. Intuition has been a constant influence in her life. She says, "A balance of intuition, heart, and intellect guide most of the major decisions I make in my life." www.oneprayer.org.

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18 Oct 2008 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20081018.html
Choosing Wellness http://www.joankenley.com/20080906.html What does it mean to be truly healthy? As diagnostics improve, better healing ideas and possibilities emerge. Guidelines for achieving good health and staying well are easier to find than ever. Information about how to focus on a better qualityof life at every age is important. Integrated healthcare - which addresses all aspects of wellness - is a fast-growing, positive trend. In this informative conversation you'll hear about: * naturopathic medicine, botanicals, and homeopathic remedies * why new information about vitamin D is making it the "Vitamin of the Year" * how important it is to know the latest news about hormone replacement * Phoenix WellCare's approach to diagnostics, treatments, and therapies * often over-looked silent diseases - how finding them early is life-saving * the importance of working with the immune system * treating allergies, acid reflux, and inflammation with complementary methods Featured Guests Eleanor Hynote, MD, is the Director of Phoenix WellCare in Napa, California - an integrative health care practice, combining conventional and complementary medicine. She is a board certified internist and was in one of Dr. Andrew Weil's first training groups in Botanical Medicine at Columbia University. She serves as Vice-President of the American College for Advancement in Medicine. Dr. Hynote mentors physicians interested in integrative medicine practice by providing on-site training and ongoing consultation. Moses David Goldberg, ND is a practitioner at Phoenix WellCare, where he is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, using western diagnostic skills for treatments, as well as a variety of natural modalities - including botanical medicine, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, nutritional supplements, and natural hormones. Dr. Goldberg specializes in chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, menopause, stress, gastro-intestinal disorders, cancer support, food sensitivity, allergies, hormonal imbalances, ADHD, and detoxification. 49:50 clean What does it mean to be truly healthy? As diagnostics improve, better healing ideas and possibilities emerge. Guidelines for achieving good health and staying well are easier to find than ever. Information about how to focus on a better qualityof life at every age is important. Integrated healthcare - which addresses all aspects of wellness - is a fast-growing, positive trend. In this informative conversation you'll hear about:

* naturopathic medicine, botanicals, and homeopathic remedies
* why new information about vitamin D is making it the "Vitamin of the Year"
* how important it is to know the latest news about hormone replacement
* Phoenix WellCare's approach to diagnostics, treatments, and therapies
* often over-looked silent diseases - how finding them early is life-saving
* the importance of working with the immune system
* treating allergies, acid reflux, and inflammation with complementary methods

Featured Guests
Eleanor Hynote, MD, is the Director of Phoenix WellCare in Napa, California - an integrative health care practice, combining conventional and complementary medicine. She is a board certified internist and was in one of Dr. Andrew Weil's first training groups in Botanical Medicine at Columbia University. She serves as Vice-President of the American College for Advancement in Medicine. Dr. Hynote mentors physicians interested in integrative medicine practice by providing on-site training and ongoing consultation.

Moses David Goldberg, ND is a practitioner at Phoenix WellCare, where he is a Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine, using western diagnostic skills for treatments, as well as a variety of natural modalities - including botanical medicine, hydrotherapy, homeopathy, nutritional supplements, and natural hormones. Dr. Goldberg specializes in chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, menopause, stress, gastro-intestinal disorders, cancer support, food sensitivity, allergies, hormonal imbalances, ADHD, and detoxification.

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06 Sep 2008 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20080906.html
The Power of Loving Intention http://www.joankenley.com/20080802.html Loving intention can play an extraordinary role in your life. Our guests are two wonderfully successful women who credit their achievements to using conscious intention - in many ways - throughout their lives. The stories you'll hear from Brenda, Marcia and Joan will inspire you, motivate you, and touch your mind, body, heart, and soul. You'll hear about: * creating more ways to live with intention * what may be blocking the choices you dream of * heartful ways to use intention for positive change * what intention and spirituality have in common * how to embrace - without fear - what may feel like a risk Featured Guests Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her frequent appearances as a relationship expert on The Today Show. She is also a monthly host on Black Renaissance on the CW Network. Brenda has authored Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love and Power Choices: Seven Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. www.docwade.com www.powerchoicestv.com Marcia Jaffe is an entrepreneur and visionary - founding the Quest for Global Healing Conference series in Bali. She is President of the Bali Institute for Global Renewal in Ubud - a hub for transformative changes through dialogue and leadership training. She has been creating and producing conferences and events for more than 30 years, bringing countless people together around cutting edge topics of national and international concern. www.questforglobalhealing.org www.baliinstitute.org 41:17 clean Loving intention can play an extraordinary role in your life. Our guests are two wonderfully successful women who credit their achievements to using conscious intention - in many ways - throughout their lives. The stories you'll hear from Brenda, Marcia and Joan will inspire you, motivate you, and touch your mind, body, heart, and soul. You'll hear about:

* creating more ways to live with intention
* what may be blocking the choices you dream of
* heartful ways to use intention for positive change
* what intention and spirituality have in common
* how to embrace - without fear - what may feel like a risk

Featured Guests
Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National audiences know Brenda from her frequent appearances as a relationship expert on The Today Show. She is also a monthly host on Black Renaissance on the CW Network. Brenda has authored Love Lessons, What Mama Couldn't Tell Us About Love and Power Choices: Seven Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. www.docwade.com www.powerchoicestv.com

Marcia Jaffe is an entrepreneur and visionary - founding the Quest for Global Healing Conference series in Bali. She is President of the Bali Institute for Global Renewal in Ubud - a hub for transformative changes through dialogue and leadership training. She has been creating and producing conferences and events for more than 30 years, bringing countless people together around cutting edge topics of national and international concern. www.questforglobalhealing.org www.baliinstitute.org

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02 Aug 2008 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20080802.html
Healthy Choices For Your Horses, Bunnies, Cats and Dogs http://www.joankenley.com/20080614.html Our conversation will cover standard care, as well as alternative treatments such as chiropractic, acupuncture, and homeopathy - all to benefit your pet's well being. From allergies to serious illnesses, we'll be talking about the best care for your animals. You'll hear about: * choices to keep your pets even healthier and happier * the importance of expert advice to manage your pet's needs * why dog parks are so important for you and your dog * what massage can offer for both healing and performance * the reasons dental care is so critical for your dog, cat, or horse Featured Guests Jenny Taylor, DVM has a broad background, as well as advanced training, in her career as a veterinarian. She founded Creature Comfort Holistic Veterinary Center in Oakland, California - the first complementary veterinary clinic in the Bay Area. Dr. Taylor and her staff offer Chinese and Western herbal therapies, acupuncture, homeopathy, and chiropractic - in addition to traditional Western veterinary medicine. www.creaturecomfort.com Emily Rosenberg is a long time social activist and animal advocate. Her special interest is helping people benefit from the companionship of animals. She helped launch San Francisco's "Pets Are Wonderful Support" - also known as PAWS - the first organization helping AIDS patients keep their pets throughout their illness. Emily also works locally to create dog parks and to actively support Smiley Dog Rescue in Oakland. www.dogparkinfo.com Rebecca Thomas, EBW is a certified equine body worker in the Bay Area. Her practice includes backyard pets, trail horses, endurance racers, and high-end show horses. Working with vets and individual owners, she handles injury recovery, physical therapy, arthritis, and general maintenance for horses, dogs, cats, and birds. Her massage is an adjunct to veterinary care for healing and optimal performance. www.equinebodywork.net 49:50 clean Our conversation will cover standard care, as well as alternative treatments such as chiropractic, acupuncture, and homeopathy - all to benefit your pet's well being. From allergies to serious illnesses, we'll be talking about the best care for your animals. You'll hear about:

* choices to keep your pets even healthier and happier
* the importance of expert advice to manage your pet's needs
* why dog parks are so important for you and your dog
* what massage can offer for both healing and performance
* the reasons dental care is so critical for your dog, cat, or horse

Featured Guests
Jenny Taylor, DVM has a broad background, as well as advanced training, in her career as a veterinarian. She founded Creature Comfort Holistic Veterinary Center in Oakland, California - the first complementary veterinary clinic in the Bay Area. Dr. Taylor and her staff offer Chinese and Western herbal therapies, acupuncture, homeopathy, and chiropractic - in addition to traditional Western veterinary medicine. www.creaturecomfort.com

Emily Rosenberg is a long time social activist and animal advocate. Her special interest is helping people benefit from the companionship of animals. She helped launch San Francisco's "Pets Are Wonderful Support" - also known as PAWS - the first organization helping AIDS patients keep their pets throughout their illness. Emily also works locally to create dog parks and to actively support Smiley Dog Rescue in Oakland. www.dogparkinfo.com

Rebecca Thomas, EBW is a certified equine body worker in the Bay Area. Her practice includes backyard pets, trail horses, endurance racers, and high-end show horses. Working with vets and individual owners, she handles injury recovery, physical therapy, arthritis, and general maintenance for horses, dogs, cats, and birds. Her massage is an adjunct to veterinary care for healing and optimal performance. www.equinebodywork.net

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14 Jun 2008 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20080614.html
Can Do Politics http://www.joankenley.com/20080503.html Hear from Supervisor Nate Miley and co-host, Barry Kendall - Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute - about lively issues during this "Can Do" political conversation. Our position is that a positive attitude with aggressive political strategies can influence solutions for the economy, housing foreclosures, oil prices, healthcare, and greening the environment. We'll be addressing these subjects and more. You'll hear about: * the key role Supervisors play in serving their communities * basic central values that drive pro-active political leaders * whether we can hope for fair elections in the future * how the media shapes and influences the political scene * getting involved in green consciousness Featured Guests Supervisor Nate Miley was first elected to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors in 2000, was re-elected in 2004, and is now looking forward to serving a third term. He is currently chair of the Board's Transportation and Planning Committee and Public Protection Committee. In fact, Nate has been involved in community service his entire adult life, serving his constituents with energy and innovation. www.natemiley.com Barry Kendall, the Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a PhD in drama from Stanford. www.commonwealinstitute.org 51:50 clean Hear from Supervisor Nate Miley and co-host, Barry Kendall - Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute - about lively issues during this "Can Do" political conversation. Our position is that a positive attitude with aggressive political strategies can influence solutions for the economy, housing foreclosures, oil prices, healthcare, and greening the environment. We'll be addressing these subjects and more. You'll hear about:

* the key role Supervisors play in serving their communities
* basic central values that drive pro-active political leaders
* whether we can hope for fair elections in the future
* how the media shapes and influences the political scene
* getting involved in green consciousness

Featured Guests
Supervisor Nate Miley was first elected to the Alameda County Board of Supervisors in 2000, was re-elected in 2004, and is now looking forward to serving a third term. He is currently chair of the Board's Transportation and Planning Committee and Public Protection Committee. In fact, Nate has been involved in community service his entire adult life, serving his constituents with energy and innovation. www.natemiley.com

Barry Kendall, the Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a PhD in drama from Stanford. www.commonwealinstitute.org

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03 May 2008 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20080503.html
Expert Choices For Looking Better http://www.joankenley.com/20080329.html Cosmetic/reconstructive surgery and dermatology treatments are becoming more common in today's culture. Our well-known guests share many of the options available, in addition to what motivates people to have various procedures - from professors with frown lines to those who want their outer appearance to reflect their inner vitality and identity. You'll hear about: - the psychological and spiritual aspects of plastic surgery - how facial fillers can be combined and customized - why life transitions or illness may lead to cosmetic and reconstructive choices - some unexpected benefits of botox and the latest in aesthetic lasers - what makes sunscreens and skincare products effective - recommended procedures versus harmful trends Dr. Loren Eskenazi is the founder of Women's Plastic Surgery in San Francisco - the only plastic surgery practice in the United States headed by three women. She has appeared on CNN, Dr. Dean Edell, and the Discovery Channel, to name a few - and has been voted "Top Woman Doctor" in her field for many years. Dr. Eskenazi is a formally trained artist and singer as well as a surgeon. Her most recent book, "More than Skin Deep", offers a unique psycho/spiritual approach to physical transformation through surgery. www.transformationalsurgery.com and www.womensplasticsurgery.com Dr. Christine Brozowski has been a Cosmetic Physician in the Bay Area for ten years. Formerly, she was a Medical Director for the City of Berkeley Public Health Clinic. Although her expertise is in dermatology and women's health, she provides full-spectrum care for her patients and has appeared on local talk radio and television programs as a medical expert. Dr. Brozowski emphasizes a natural approach to beauty and aging and uses state-of-the-art techniques to give the best aesthetic results possible. In her spare time she is an artist and painter. www.doctoragogo.com 49:53 clean Cosmetic/reconstructive surgery and dermatology treatments are becoming more common in today's culture. Our well-known guests share many of the options available, in addition to what motivates people to have various procedures - from professors with frown lines to those who want their outer appearance to reflect their inner vitality and identity. You'll hear about:

- the psychological and spiritual aspects of plastic surgery

- how facial fillers can be combined and customized

- why life transitions or illness may lead to cosmetic and reconstructive choices

- some unexpected benefits of botox and the latest in aesthetic lasers

- what makes sunscreens and skincare products effective

- recommended procedures versus harmful trends

Dr. Loren Eskenazi is the founder of Women's Plastic Surgery in San Francisco - the only plastic surgery practice in the United States headed by three women. She has appeared on CNN, Dr. Dean Edell, and the Discovery Channel, to name a few - and has been voted "Top Woman Doctor" in her field for many years. Dr. Eskenazi is a formally trained artist and singer as well as a surgeon. Her most recent book, "More than Skin Deep", offers a unique psycho/spiritual approach to physical transformation through surgery. www.transformationalsurgery.com and www.womensplasticsurgery.com

Dr. Christine Brozowski has been a Cosmetic Physician in the Bay Area for ten years. Formerly, she was a Medical Director for the City of Berkeley Public Health Clinic. Although her expertise is in dermatology and women's health, she provides full-spectrum care for her patients and has appeared on local talk radio and television programs as a medical expert. Dr. Brozowski emphasizes a natural approach to beauty and aging and uses state-of-the-art techniques to give the best aesthetic results possible. In her spare time she is an artist and painter. www.doctoragogo.com

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29 Mar 2008 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20080329.html
Election Fever and Progressive Values http://www.joankenley.com/20080315.html The Democrats are fired up about this history-making presidential election like never before. The media and pundits are having a feast about what they choose to report and how they frame the message. The direction of our country is at a critical crossroads, with the choice of Commander in Chief more crucial than ever. You'll hear about: - how the Commonweal Institute supports the modern progressive movement - the use of "liberal" and "progressive" changing over the years - ways the campaigns are evolving and what the influences are - recognizing that the "center" of politics shifts slowly and in cycles - the Democracy Alliance and Rob Stein's important contributions - Commonweal's ideas and programs to help you get involved - the Progressive Roundtable - its role in building a progressive infrastructure Dr. Katherine Forrest is the president and co-founder of the Commonweal Institute, an action-oriented, advocacy, progressive think tank based in the San Francisco Bay area. She specializes in idea-marketing and political strategy, and is the creator of the Institute's popular seminar, Talking Politics with People Unlike Ourselves. Dr. Forrest has medical and public health degrees from Harvard University. Barry Kendall, the Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Mr. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a Ph.D. in drama from Stanford. 49:51 clean The Democrats are fired up about this history-making presidential election like never before. The media and pundits are having a feast about what they choose to report and how they frame the message. The direction of our country is at a critical crossroads, with the choice of Commander in Chief more crucial than ever. You'll hear about:

- how the Commonweal Institute supports the modern progressive movement

- the use of "liberal" and "progressive" changing over the years

- ways the campaigns are evolving and what the influences are

- recognizing that the "center" of politics shifts slowly and in cycles

- the Democracy Alliance and Rob Stein's important contributions

- Commonweal's ideas and programs to help you get involved

- the Progressive Roundtable - its role in building a progressive infrastructure

Dr. Katherine Forrest is the president and co-founder of the Commonweal Institute, an action-oriented, advocacy, progressive think tank based in the San Francisco Bay area. She specializes in idea-marketing and political strategy, and is the creator of the Institute's popular seminar, Talking Politics with People Unlike Ourselves. Dr. Forrest has medical and public health degrees from Harvard University.

Barry Kendall, the Executive Director of the Commonweal Institute, is an expert in the use of drama and narrative to bring people to a new understanding of themselves and the world. Through Commonweal, he applies these skills to build support for the kinds of values and ideas that will create a better society. Mr. Kendall has a Masters degree in religion from Yale, and a Ph.D. in drama from Stanford.

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15 Mar 2008 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20080315.html
Why Everything About Your Teeth Matters http://www.joankenley.com/20080308.html From A to Z - your teeth affect the rest of your body, mind and wellbeing. Our guests are two dentists who give their patients a lot to smile about. Dentistry has come a long way since the time when people thought tooth decay was caused by little animals called tooth worms. In this jam-packed hour, we're going to share the exciting 21st century approach to your mouth, tongue, teeth, and gums, as well as many other things you need to know about dental health. You'll hear about: - various reasons for restoring your smile - veneers, bonding, braces, etc. - silver versus composite fillings - causes for bad breath - which kind of teeth respond to whitening - why your dentist can forecast other health concerns - what dentists look for during pregnancy and menopause - those who are good candidates for implants - the emerging dental spas Dr. Robert Watkins is a prosthodontist who practices general, aesthetic and restorative dentistry in Berkeley. He's been an assistant professor at U.C.S.F School of Dentistry in San Francisco for many years and currently teaches part-time in the post-graduate prosthodontic program. 510-845-1505 Dr. Dorothy Slattery is a restorative and general dentist in Mill Valley. She has 30 years experience in the field as well as 10 years of training at the Seattle Institute of Advanced Dental Education. In her practice, she restores smiles with veneers, implants and cosmetic restorations - with an emphasis on patient comfort. 415-388-6006 49:51 clean From A to Z - your teeth affect the rest of your body, mind and wellbeing. Our guests are two dentists who give their patients a lot to smile about. Dentistry has come a long way since the time when people thought tooth decay was caused by little animals called tooth worms. In this jam-packed hour, we're going to share the exciting 21st century approach to your mouth, tongue, teeth, and gums, as well as many other things you need to know about dental health. You'll hear about:

- various reasons for restoring your smile - veneers, bonding, braces, etc.

- silver versus composite fillings

- causes for bad breath

- which kind of teeth respond to whitening

- why your dentist can forecast other health concerns

- what dentists look for during pregnancy and menopause

- those who are good candidates for implants

- the emerging dental spas

Dr. Robert Watkins is a prosthodontist who practices general, aesthetic and restorative dentistry in Berkeley. He's been an assistant professor at U.C.S.F School of Dentistry in San Francisco for many years and currently teaches part-time in the post-graduate prosthodontic program. 510-845-1505

Dr. Dorothy Slattery is a restorative and general dentist in Mill Valley. She has 30 years experience in the field as well as 10 years of training at the Seattle Institute of Advanced Dental Education. In her practice, she restores smiles with veneers, implants and cosmetic restorations - with an emphasis on patient comfort. 415-388-6006

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08 Mar 2008 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20080308.html
The Wonders of Tea http://www.joankenley.com/20071222.html For thousands of years, tea has been an important part of our human culture. It is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water. Tea experts Trinity Ava and Anna Wasserman expand our relationship to the wonders of tea. You'll hear about: * how drinking tea and herbal beverages offers a broad range of health benefits * the exquisite rituals and ceremonies surrounding tea * why quality and grade are important in making tea choices * the source of white tea and why it's being proclaimed as the new "green" * what Numi and Traditional Medicinals are doing to support sustainability Featured Guests Trinity Ava was formerly an herbal education specialist for Traditional Medicinals, a socially and environmentally conscious tea company in Sebastopol, CA. She designs and teaches innovative educational programs and has led seminars on herbal medicine throughout the United States. Trinity has worked with farmers worldwide to support organic, fair-trade and sustainable farming methods. She has also taught aromatic botanical medicine at the California School of Herbal Studies. Trinity is currently with Organix-South - herbal body care products and supplements. www.organixsouth.com Anna Wasserman is the Public Relations Manager for Numi Organic tea, an organic &fair trade tea company based in Oakland, CA. She is a certified nutritionist who promotes naturopathic philosophy, natural medicines, and environmental sustainability. Anna spent six years in Australia studying natural medicine, and is a graduate of New College of California's Culture, Ecology, and Sustainable community program. Anna believes in educating people on the benefits of a healthy life through food, lifestyle, herbalism, and clinical nutrition. www.numitea.com 49:50 clean For thousands of years, tea has been an important part of our human culture. It is the second most consumed beverage in the world after water. Tea experts Trinity Ava and Anna Wasserman expand our relationship to the wonders of tea. You'll hear about:

* how drinking tea and herbal beverages offers a broad range of health benefits
* the exquisite rituals and ceremonies surrounding tea
* why quality and grade are important in making tea choices
* the source of white tea and why it's being proclaimed as the new "green"
* what Numi and Traditional Medicinals are doing to support sustainability

Featured Guests
Trinity Ava was formerly an herbal education specialist for Traditional Medicinals, a socially and environmentally conscious tea company in Sebastopol, CA. She designs and teaches innovative educational programs and has led seminars on herbal medicine throughout the United States. Trinity has worked with farmers worldwide to support organic, fair-trade and sustainable farming methods. She has also taught aromatic botanical medicine at the California School of Herbal Studies. Trinity is currently with Organix-South - herbal body care products and supplements. www.organixsouth.com

Anna Wasserman is the Public Relations Manager for Numi Organic tea, an organic & fair trade tea company based in Oakland, CA. She is a certified nutritionist who promotes naturopathic philosophy, natural medicines, and environmental sustainability. Anna spent six years in Australia studying natural medicine, and is a graduate of New College of California's Culture, Ecology, and Sustainable community program. Anna believes in educating people on the benefits of a healthy life through food, lifestyle, herbalism, and clinical nutrition. www.numitea.com

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22 Dec 2007 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20071222.html
Awaken Your Soul Purpose http://www.joankenley.com/20071215.html More and more - conversations, books, and films are exploring the subject of the soul. We know that personal experiences of soul are not the same, but on this program you hear about the kind of moments that call to everyone. What are the challenges of living with soul purpose? Are there ways to know whether you're on your soul path? During this rich conversation we talk about: * what ignites your soul * various ways your soul journey can become blocked * the many kinds of stories that can awaken your soul purpose * why Jonathan uses myth, books, and movies to reveal soul recognition * how Brenda's book "Power Choices" can guide explorations of the soul * the importance of sages and mentors in finding your soul path Featured Guests Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National Television audiences know Brenda from her regular appearances on The Today Show and her syndicated program, Can this Marriage be Saved. Locally, she hosts the Bay Area community affairs television series, Black Renaissance. Her newest book is Power Choices: Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. www.powerchoices.net www.docwade.com Dr. Jonathan Young is a psychologist and founder of The Center for Story and Symbol in Santa Barbara. He and his partner Ann Bach offer continuing education seminars on the psychology of fairy tales, mythic stories, creativity and more. He was the Founding Curator of the Joseph Campbell Archives and Library and worked for several years assisting Campbell. Jonathan created and chaired the Mythological Studies Department at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. www.folkstory.com 49:50 clean More and more - conversations, books, and films are exploring the subject of the soul. We know that personal experiences of soul are not the same, but on this program you hear about the kind of moments that call to everyone. What are the challenges of living with soul purpose? Are there ways to know whether you're on your soul path? During this rich conversation we talk about:

* what ignites your soul
* various ways your soul journey can become blocked
* the many kinds of stories that can awaken your soul purpose
* why Jonathan uses myth, books, and movies to reveal soul recognition
* how Brenda's book "Power Choices" can guide explorations of the soul
* the importance of sages and mentors in finding your soul path

Featured Guests
Dr. Brenda Wade is a San Francisco-based psychologist, author, television host, and producer. National Television audiences know Brenda from her regular appearances on The Today Show and her syndicated program, Can this Marriage be Saved. Locally, she hosts the Bay Area community affairs television series, Black Renaissance. Her newest book is Power Choices: Signposts on Your Journey to Wholeness, Love, Joy and Peace. www.powerchoices.net www.docwade.com

Dr. Jonathan Young is a psychologist and founder of The Center for Story and Symbol in Santa Barbara. He and his partner Ann Bach offer continuing education seminars on the psychology of fairy tales, mythic stories, creativity and more. He was the Founding Curator of the Joseph Campbell Archives and Library and worked for several years assisting Campbell. Jonathan created and chaired the Mythological Studies Department at the Pacifica Graduate Institute. www.folkstory.com

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15 Dec 2007 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20071215.html
Edwards Bold Solutions http://www.joankenley.com/20071208.html Senator Edwards' bid for the Presidency is the topic of this energized conversation. Despite the significant attention given to the front-running Democrats, Edwards has managed to capture substantial voter support and keen interest. In this program, we take an in-depth look at this electable contender's conviction and sincere passion to reclaim our government and the promise of America for the future. We hear about: * Edwards' proposal for comprehensive, universal health coverage for all US citizens * how the Senator addresses the struggling middle class and the poor * concrete plans for solutions to the national security crisis facing our country * the Senator's hands-on approach to foreign policy: a new paradigm of diplomacy * ending the violence in Iraq and creating lasting stability in the whole region * ways for the US to capitalize on a "Green Energy Economy" * utilizing American ingenuity to end global warming and restore our environment Featured Guests Nina Horne is a City Commissioner for the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth and is a co-founder of the Win the White House in '08 initiative - a regional group of community and business leaders convened to alter the split between fundraising and campaign organizing. Nina is currently pursuing her masters in public policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at University of CA-Berkeley. www.wwh08.com Senator Leland Yee - after serving four years in the California State Assembly - was elected to the State Senate in 2006 with over 78 percent of the vote, the largest percentage ever for any Democrat with a Republican challenger. He represents District 8, which includes San Francisco and San Mateo County and is also a member of the Senate Democratic Leadership as the Assistant President pro tem. www.senate.ca.gov/yee 49:51 clean Senator Edwards' bid for the Presidency is the topic of this energized conversation. Despite the significant attention given to the front-running Democrats, Edwards has managed to capture substantial voter support and keen interest. In this program, we take an in-depth look at this electable contender's conviction and sincere passion to reclaim our government and the promise of America for the future. We hear about:

* Edwards' proposal for comprehensive, universal health coverage for all US citizens
* how the Senator addresses the struggling middle class and the poor
* concrete plans for solutions to the national security crisis facing our country
* the Senator's hands-on approach to foreign policy: a new paradigm of diplomacy
* ending the violence in Iraq and creating lasting stability in the whole region
* ways for the US to capitalize on a "Green Energy Economy"
* utilizing American ingenuity to end global warming and restore our environment

Featured Guests
Nina Horne is a City Commissioner for the Oakland Fund for Children and Youth and is a co-founder of the Win the White House in '08 initiative - a regional group of community and business leaders convened to alter the split between fundraising and campaign organizing. Nina is currently pursuing her masters in public policy at the Goldman School of Public Policy at University of CA-Berkeley. www.wwh08.com

Senator Leland Yee - after serving four years in the California State Assembly - was elected to the State Senate in 2006 with over 78 percent of the vote, the largest percentage ever for any Democrat with a Republican challenger. He represents District 8, which includes San Francisco and San Mateo County and is also a member of the Senate Democratic Leadership as the Assistant President pro tem. www.senate.ca.gov/yee

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08 Dec 2007 17:00:00 -0800 http://www.joankenley.com/20071208.html
Volunteer Power: The Green Challenge http://www.joankenley.com/20071103.html This lively conversation focuses on how California, America, and the planet can benefit from Volunteer Power. There is an ever-growing imperative to understand and get involved with the needs of our neighborhoods and communities. November 17th is National Family Volunteer Day - meant to celebrate and promote volunteer commitments. Learn about the vital, on-going programs at the Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley. You'll want to hear about: * how to take part in the three-year VCSV Green Challenge Program * "We've Got the Power!" celebration at Santa Clara University November 17th * signing up for the 7 Step, Live Earth Pledge at www.liveearthpledge.org * great ways families can join together for socially responsible causes * important reasons for knowing when to call 211 in stead of 911 * big pay-offs for individuals, corporations &governments working together Featured Guests Judy Levin is in her second year as President of the Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley, known as VCSV, which is celebrating its 20th year. She has been active in community volunteer efforts for over two decades, primarily in Silicon Valley, and has served on the Board of Trustees of KTEH Public TV, the Yavneh Day School, and was President of the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley. Most recently, Judy chaired a 25 million dollar capital campaign to build the Levy Jewish Family Campus in Los Gatos. Stephen T. Quigley, Jr. - known by his middle name Tim - is a civic entrepreneur and the Executive Director of VCSV. His professional forty-year career has encompassed both public and community service - from the arts to international business to childhood development. His senior executive positions have included President of the Silicon Valley Defense/Space Consortium, Executive Director/CEO of the Silicon Valley Global Trading Center, and Commanding Officer at Moffett Field Naval Air Station. Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley, www.vcsv.us, 408-247-1126 49:50 clean This lively conversation focuses on how California, America, and the planet can benefit from Volunteer Power. There is an ever-growing imperative to understand and get involved with the needs of our neighborhoods and communities. November 17th is National Family Volunteer Day - meant to celebrate and promote volunteer commitments. Learn about the vital, on-going programs at the Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley. You'll want to hear about:

* how to take part in the three-year VCSV Green Challenge Program
* "We've Got the Power!" celebration at Santa Clara University November 17th
* signing up for the 7 Step, Live Earth Pledge at www.liveearthpledge.org
* great ways families can join together for socially responsible causes
* important reasons for knowing when to call 211 in stead of 911
* big pay-offs for individuals, corporations & governments working together

Featured Guests
Judy Levin is in her second year as President of the Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley, known as VCSV, which is celebrating its 20th year. She has been active in community volunteer efforts for over two decades, primarily in Silicon Valley, and has served on the Board of Trustees of KTEH Public TV, the Yavneh Day School, and was President of the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley. Most recently, Judy chaired a 25 million dollar capital campaign to build the Levy Jewish Family Campus in Los Gatos.

Stephen T. Quigley, Jr. - known by his middle name Tim - is a civic entrepreneur and the Executive Director of VCSV. His professional forty-year career has encompassed both public and community service - from the arts to international business to childhood development. His senior executive positions have included President of the Silicon Valley Defense/Space Consortium, Executive Director/CEO of the Silicon Valley Global Trading Center, and Commanding Officer at Moffett Field Naval Air Station.

Volunteer Center of Silicon Valley, www.vcsv.us, 408-247-1126

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03 Nov 2007 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20071103.html
Healthy Grounds for Coffee http://www.joankenley.com/20071020.html During this jazzy java conversation, you'll hear fascinating information and inside stories about what brings coffee to all of us from coffee experts Orrel Lanter and Andi Trindle. From the fields to fair trade, we'll cover: - new reports about the health benefits of coffee - what kind of coffee offers the most anti-oxidants - how Orrel equates cupping with wine tasting - the best ways to store and keep coffee fresh - Andi's info about the coffee industry's benefits for women - the lowdown on decaf Orrel Lanter is founder and Director of Business Development for Uncommon Grounds Coffee. She is an entrepreneurial business executive with a long track record of leadership in community-based organizations. In 1984 she co-founded Uncommon Grounds Coffee, based on a "sustainable" global model. Orrel organized the first Sustainable Business Conference in Berkeley, California and was a panelist with Fortune Magazine's "Women In Leadership Conference". www.uncommongrounds.net Andi Trindle is a consultant for VOLCAFE Specialty Coffee and Boot Coffee Consulting. She is Vice President of the International Women's Coffee Alliance and serves on the board for the E-Cafe Foundation, an organization dedicated to Transparency, Sustainability and Quality for the specialty coffee industry. Andi lectures on various aspects of specialty coffees and has taught numerous espresso and cupping workshops nationally and internationally. www.volcafe.com and www.bootcoffee.com 48:00 clean During this jazzy java conversation, you'll hear fascinating information and inside stories about what brings coffee to all of us from coffee experts Orrel Lanter and Andi Trindle. From the fields to fair trade, we'll cover:

- new reports about the health benefits of coffee

- what kind of coffee offers the most anti-oxidants

- how Orrel equates cupping with wine tasting

- the best ways to store and keep coffee fresh

- Andi's info about the coffee industry's benefits for women

- the lowdown on decaf

Orrel Lanter is founder and Director of Business Development for Uncommon Grounds Coffee. She is an entrepreneurial business executive with a long track record of leadership in community-based organizations. In 1984 she co-founded Uncommon Grounds Coffee, based on a "sustainable" global model. Orrel organized the first Sustainable Business Conference in Berkeley, California and was a panelist with Fortune Magazine's "Women In Leadership Conference". www.uncommongrounds.net

Andi Trindle is a consultant for VOLCAFE Specialty Coffee and Boot Coffee Consulting. She is Vice President of the International Women's Coffee Alliance and serves on the board for the E-Cafe Foundation, an organization dedicated to Transparency, Sustainability and Quality for the specialty coffee industry. Andi lectures on various aspects of specialty coffees and has taught numerous espresso and cupping workshops nationally and internationally. www.volcafe.com and www.bootcoffee.com

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20 Oct 2007 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20071020.html
Peace Day - 2007 http://www.joankenley.com/20070915.html The annual International Day of Peace (Peace Day) is celebrated on September 21st when millions of people - worldwide - come together in the name of Peace. In 2006, more than 3500 Peace Day events - such as concerts, workshops, vigils, and school projects, took place in 200 countries. Our program is dedicated to the people and organizations around the world that are, each day, doing their part to contribute to a peaceful and sustainable planet. The show includes call-ins from inspiring Peace Leaders: - Robert Muller - Univ. of Peace; Former UN Assist. Secretary General - Patricia Smith Melton - Peace X Peace - Sharon Mehdi - Author, "The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering" - Joanie Misrack - Pathways to Peace - Louise Diamond -The Peace Company - Sharon Franquemont - Annual Prayer Vigil for the Earth - Barbara Gaughen-Muller - Pax 2100 - Dot Maver - The Peace Alliance; Department of Peace Initiative We are pleased to feature the music of Gary Malkin, an award-winning composer, producer and performer dedicated to making a difference in the world. Peace is a raging river! It plunges over a cliff to become a waterfall, sparkling and roaring in the sunlight. It is power. It is generative, nourishing, and irresistible. It calls me to new places where I will change. - David Spangler Avon Mattison is Co-Founder and President of Pathways to Peace, an international peace-building educational and consulting organization. Avon is a forerunner in the field of peace-building, and has been involved with The International Day of Peace since it's inauguration. Pathways to Peace serves as international coordinator of the Culture of Peace Initiative, which has been granted UN Peace Messenger status. Charles Gibbs is the founding Executive Director of the United Religions Initiative, a global interfaith network for world peace that is active in 60 countries. Charles has traveled worldwide as a featured speaker and collaborator with religious, spiritual, and community leaders. He co-authored Birth of a Global Community about the birth of the United Religions Initiative. Masankho Banda is an international performer and educator dedicated to building peace through music and storytelling. Masankho has brought his work into schools, organizations, corporations and communities around the world. He is the founder of UCanDanc' African Healing Arts and the Co-Founder and Co-Director of The Institute for Peacebuilding. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Pathways to Peace. 48:50 clean The annual International Day of Peace (Peace Day) is celebrated on September 21st when millions of people - worldwide - come together in the name of Peace. In 2006, more than 3500 Peace Day events - such as concerts, workshops, vigils, and school projects, took place in 200 countries. Our program is dedicated to the people and organizations around the world that are, each day, doing their part to contribute to a peaceful and sustainable planet. The show includes call-ins from inspiring Peace Leaders:

- Robert Muller - Univ. of Peace; Former UN Assist. Secretary General

- Patricia Smith Melton - Peace X Peace

- Sharon Mehdi - Author, "The Great Silent Grandmother Gathering"

- Joanie Misrack - Pathways to Peace

- Louise Diamond -The Peace Company

- Sharon Franquemont - Annual Prayer Vigil for the Earth

- Barbara Gaughen-Muller - Pax 2100

- Dot Maver - The Peace Alliance; Department of Peace Initiative

We are pleased to feature the music of Gary Malkin, an award-winning composer, producer and performer dedicated to making a difference in the world.

Peace is a raging river! It plunges over a cliff to become a waterfall, sparkling and roaring in the sunlight. It is power. It is generative, nourishing, and irresistible. It calls me to new places where I will change. - David Spangler

Avon Mattison is Co-Founder and President of Pathways to Peace, an international peace-building educational and consulting organization. Avon is a forerunner in the field of peace-building, and has been involved with The International Day of Peace since it's inauguration. Pathways to Peace serves as international coordinator of the Culture of Peace Initiative, which has been granted UN Peace Messenger status.

Charles Gibbs is the founding Executive Director of the United Religions Initiative, a global interfaith network for world peace that is active in 60 countries. Charles has traveled worldwide as a featured speaker and collaborator with religious, spiritual, and community leaders. He co-authored Birth of a Global Community about the birth of the United Religions Initiative.

Masankho Banda is an international performer and educator dedicated to building peace through music and storytelling. Masankho has brought his work into schools, organizations, corporations and communities around the world. He is the founder of UCanDanc' African Healing Arts and the Co-Founder and Co-Director of The Institute for Peacebuilding. He also serves on the Board of Directors for Pathways to Peace.

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15 Sep 2007 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20070915.html
Healthy Habits Year Round http://www.joankenley.com/20070804.html Can positive habits make you healthier and happier? Is change really possible? It's never too late to begin new habits to truly take care of yourself. English playwright John Dryden once said, "We first make our habits, and then our habits make us." Because everyone can benefit from creating better habits, our conversation explores: - what role the mind plays in the habits we have - how people may react when you make healthy changes in your life - the ways we sabotage ourselves when we commit to new habits - what happens physiologically when you exercise, eat well, and reduce stress - how cultural norms and the media affect our attitude about ourselves and others - why having a spiritual focus can influence a healthier consciousness Joyce Gidel is a licensed Marriage Family Therapist and head of the family therapy program at Merritt Peralta Institute, part of Alta Bates-Summit Medical Center. Joyce has a private practice in Oakland and is in the process of writing a book on codependency and spirituality. Patty Torza is a certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Post-Rehab Conditioning Specialist, and holistic Nutrition Consultant. She has worked in the fitness profession as an athlete, teacher, administrator, coach, and lecturer. Patty's approach to fitness is goal-oriented, motivating, and fun-filled. 50:02 clean Can positive habits make you healthier and happier? Is change really possible? It's never too late to begin new habits to truly take care of yourself. English playwright John Dryden once said, "We first make our habits, and then our habits make us."

Because everyone can benefit from creating better habits, our conversation explores:

- what role the mind plays in the habits we have

- how people may react when you make healthy changes in your life

- the ways we sabotage ourselves when we commit to new habits

- what happens physiologically when you exercise, eat well, and reduce stress

- how cultural norms and the media affect our attitude about ourselves and others

- why having a spiritual focus can influence a healthier consciousness

Joyce Gidel is a licensed Marriage Family Therapist and head of the family therapy program at Merritt Peralta Institute, part of Alta Bates-Summit Medical Center. Joyce has a private practice in Oakland and is in the process of writing a book on codependency and spirituality.

Patty Torza is a certified Personal Fitness Trainer, Post-Rehab Conditioning Specialist, and holistic Nutrition Consultant. She has worked in the fitness profession as an athlete, teacher, administrator, coach, and lecturer. Patty's approach to fitness is goal-oriented, motivating, and fun-filled.

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4 Aug 2007 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20070804.html
Welcome to the Joan Kenley Show http://www.joankenley.com/20060916.html Veteran talk show host, Peter B. Collins - a mentor and senior member of the production team - interviews Joan with humor, interest, and sensitivity. They have a lively exchange about launching The Joan Kenley Show and branding the format as 'Conversation Radio'. You'll hear why Joan was invited into in the San Francisco market - and how The Joan Kenley Show is new and different for radio listeners. This introductory show contains excerpts from three of her programs over the last six months: -Alternative Pet Care - Jenny Taylor, DVM has a wealth of background and advanced training in her career as a veterinarian. She founded Creature Comfort Holistic Veterinary Center in Oakland, California - the first complementary veterinary clinic in the Bay Area. Her clinic offers Chinese and Western herbal therapies, acupuncture, homeopathy, and chiropractic - in addition to traditional Western veterinary medicine. She was the featured veterinarian and host of the DVD version of "Dogs for Dummies". Contact information is Creature Comforts at 510-530-1373 or www.creaturecomfort.com Rebecca Thomas, EBW is a certified equine body worker in the Bay Area. Her practice includes backyard pets, trail horses, endurance racers and high-end show horses. Working with vets and individual owners, she handles injury recovery, physical therapy, arthritis, and general maintenance for the equine/canine performers, dogs, cats and birds. Massage is never a replacement for veterinarian care, but an important adjunct for healing and performance. To reach Rebecca, go to www.equinebodywork.net, rebecca@equinebodywork.net or call 510-304-1890. Heidi Kistler was inspired by her love of animals to start her pet sitting business nine years ago, The Pawsitively Pampered Pet. Within the first two years she was awarded Pet Sitter of the Year by the Pet Sitting International organization. With the success of her business, and with the help of her clients, she has recently planned and presented charity events that raise money for needy mothers and children. For more information go to www.yourpamperedpets.com - The Art of Storytelling - Gay Ducey is a children's librarian, free-lance storyteller, storytelling educator and organizer. She has appeared on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood and performs regularly throughout North America. She was commissioned by the Smithsonian's Museum of American History to present stories in "Union Maid: Stories from America's Women at Work." Gay is also co-author of Spilt Milk: Traditional Tales of Mother and Motherhood, scheduled for publication in 2007. mducey@earthlink.net Sandra Noman is a teacher, writer, grandmother and lively teller of tales. She is currently directing a program serving the needs of homeless middle school children in San Francisco. Born in East Africa to medical missionaries, she has lived in many lands, gathering stories everywhere. She recently was the director of the Dominican University Storytelling Program. sandra@homeaway.org -The Power of Intention - Dr. Brenda Wade is a psychologist, author, television host and producer. Power Choices is the name of her new book and her PBS pledge special. Dr. Wade helps viewers turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones and is best known for her love-centered approach to transformation. Power Choices will be aired on KQED in the Bay Area on June 5th and 15th. Contact PBS for air times in other areas. www.docwade.com; www.powerchoices.net; 888-362-9233. Marcia Jaffe is a conference entrepreneur and the visionary behind the Quest for Global Healing Conference series in Bali. She has been creating and producing conferences and events for more than 30 years, bringing together up to 400,000 people around cutting edge topics of national and global concern. Early this May, Marcia completed her second event in Bali with Desmond Tutu and more than 650 delegates from over 35 countries. www.questforglobalhealing.com; 800-577-2254. 48:11 clean Veteran talk show host, Peter B. Collins - a mentor and senior member of the production team - interviews Joan with humor, interest, and sensitivity. They have a lively exchange about launching The Joan Kenley Show and branding the format as 'Conversation Radio'.

You'll hear why Joan was invited into in the San Francisco market - and how The Joan Kenley Show is new and different for radio listeners.

This introductory show contains excerpts from three of her programs over the last six months:

-Alternative Pet Care -
Jenny Taylor, DVM has a wealth of background and advanced training in her career as a veterinarian. She founded Creature Comfort Holistic Veterinary Center in Oakland, California - the first complementary veterinary clinic in the Bay Area. Her clinic offers Chinese and Western herbal therapies, acupuncture, homeopathy, and chiropractic - in addition to traditional Western veterinary medicine. She was the featured veterinarian and host of the DVD version of "Dogs for Dummies". Contact information is Creature Comforts at 510-530-1373 or www.creaturecomfort.com

Rebecca Thomas, EBW is a certified equine body worker in the Bay Area. Her practice includes backyard pets, trail horses, endurance racers and high-end show horses. Working with vets and individual owners, she handles injury recovery, physical therapy, arthritis, and general maintenance for the equine/canine performers, dogs, cats and birds. Massage is never a replacement for veterinarian care, but an important adjunct for healing and performance. To reach Rebecca, go to www.equinebodywork.net, rebecca@equinebodywork.net or call 510-304-1890.

Heidi Kistler was inspired by her love of animals to start her pet sitting business nine years ago, The Pawsitively Pampered Pet. Within the first two years she was awarded Pet Sitter of the Year by the Pet Sitting International organization. With the success of her business, and with the help of her clients, she has recently planned and presented charity events that raise money for needy mothers and children. For more information go to www.yourpamperedpets.com

- The Art of Storytelling -
Gay Ducey is a children's librarian, free-lance storyteller, storytelling educator and organizer. She has appeared on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood and performs regularly throughout North America. She was commissioned by the Smithsonian's Museum of American History to present stories in "Union Maid: Stories from America's Women at Work." Gay is also co-author of Spilt Milk: Traditional Tales of Mother and Motherhood, scheduled for publication in 2007. mducey@earthlink.net

Sandra Noman is a teacher, writer, grandmother and lively teller of tales. She is currently directing a program serving the needs of homeless middle school children in San Francisco. Born in East Africa to medical missionaries, she has lived in many lands, gathering stories everywhere. She recently was the director of the Dominican University Storytelling Program. sandra@homeaway.org

-The Power of Intention -
Dr. Brenda Wade is a psychologist, author, television host and producer. Power Choices is the name of her new book and her PBS pledge special. Dr. Wade helps viewers turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones and is best known for her love-centered approach to transformation. Power Choices will be aired on KQED in the Bay Area on June 5th and 15th. Contact PBS for air times in other areas. www.docwade.com; www.powerchoices.net; 888-362-9233.

Marcia Jaffe is a conference entrepreneur and the visionary behind the Quest for Global Healing Conference series in Bali. She has been creating and producing conferences and events for more than 30 years, bringing together up to 400,000 people around cutting edge topics of national and global concern. Early this May, Marcia completed her second event in Bali with Desmond Tutu and more than 650 delegates from over 35 countries. www.questforglobalhealing.com; 800-577-2254.

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16 Sep 2006 17:00:00 -0700 http://www.joankenley.com/20060916.html