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Stories that will tickle your heart and pique your curiosity!


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October 21, 2021 Coming Together: Harambee!

Rodney Bursiel and James Mwenda of Kenya, talk about the need to have cross-cultural conversations about the need to come together as global citizens. James introduces the documentary film, Kifaru, that chronicles the caretaker journey for ‘Sudan', the last male northern white rhino in the world.




Sept. 8, 2021 Larry Morris is joining me this to preview his new book, The Creed: Out of Darkness. Something to do with cats!


Sept. 28, 2021 A Young Man and the Sea: Mason Meek tells his story of sailing from LA to Micronesia.



Sept. 2, 2021 Fire Pit Sessions: A life-changing pandemic story with poet/singer songwriter, Nathan Brown. A career turned inside out. Talking about pre-during-passing reflections!


August 19th - Casey Harris discusses the 'difference of learning' with dyslexia. As an educator she cares about the whole-child approach to expanding strengths of each individual.


Meet Robyn Ludwick, co-conspirator of Devil's Backbone Tavern, singer-song writer talent, and a collaborator in community. Exploring the deep history of the backbone and her story, is a joy!


August 12, 2001 'All About Mary' today as she departs on a new journey. Wider circles and new adventures! Call in to wish her well. Thanks for being my show producer, Mary!





On River Time this week features the new publication: Artists in the Hill Country. Hot off the press, Jan Fitzhugh and Don Minnick will introduce some of the visual artists who express extraordinary insights about life.


June 24, 2021 "Make Beauty" is the theme for interview this week with Tula Robbins.


This week's guest is Don Minnick, PhD to launch his new book: The Phoenix Factor: how to be in indispensable contributor in a post-pandemic world.


Special guest, Lynne Flocke and Rootin’ Around show host, Mike August are helping us ‘Sort it Out’. Americana, Roots, Traditional, Folk, Country, Singer/Songwriter…how does it fit together?




Join DuAnne Redus every Thursday for an hour long conversation with people in our community. Everybody has a story and every body's story is important! I find wisdom sitting across from me on every show.



My guest this week is Cheryn Ryan, someone who has highly developed intuitive abilities. We will be talking about her new book, The Surprised Medium, and no one was more surprised than Cheryn!





This week we are exploring the idea of “the fierceness’ of Loving Our Community. Jennifer Sabatier is my guest today to discuss how our collective hearts are shaping the place we call home in the Wimberley Valley. As a Wisdom Seeker, this is truly an important topic. Each of us has preferred ways of loving; there is a spectrum of what love looks like and how we choose to love.


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Sally Hawkins is joining me this week to talk about supporting art education and creative opportunities for your youth community,


As ProjectART evolves more ideas are born into action like projectMENTOR student which pairs professional artists with students.

Meet Dr. Leslie Bonds, Superintendent, and Peggy Wilfong from KAPS. Growth, new programs and outreach will be the topic of our conversation on April 22nd.

An interview filled with wisdom! Lilita Olano, Ed.D., talked about her many life adventures in cross-cultural settings. Listen to Archives if you missed our interview on April 15th.


This week we are exploring the idea of “the fierceness’ of Loving Our Community. Jennifer Sabatier is my guest today to discuss how our collective hearts are shaping the place we call home in the Wimberley Valley. As a Wisdom Seeker, this is truly an important topic. Each of us has preferred ways of loving; there is a spectrum of what love looks like and how we choose to love.













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