This week on The Graduates, Tuesday, February 28th @ 9AM, we speak with Dr. Natalia Villavicencio, recent graduate from the Department of Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley!
On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, February 24th @ noon, host Lisa Kiefer talks with Ayelet Waldman, novelist, essayist, screenwriter, and activist, about her new non-fiction book A Really Good Day: How Microdosing Made a Mega Difference in My Mood, My Marriage, and My Life, in which she describes a month long experiment treating her unstable moods with minuscule doses of LSD.
Round Midnight, the KALX jazz show, honors Black History Month on Friday, February 24th @ 11:59PM by presenting an hour of socially-conscious protest jazz, curated by DJ Amazing Grace. You will hear songs by Charles Mingus and Terry Clark from the mid 1950s, through recent works by local artists Marcus Shelby and Faye Carol.
Tune in to Midnight Express on Tuesday, February 14th @ 11:59PM, when DJ Sparkle Motion takes a trip to the musically incestuous Laurel Canyon in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles, 1964 to 1974, exploring the music of artists, famous and infamous, of this golden era in songwriting—an unprecedented confluence of the baby boom generation and a nascent recording industry.