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The two-minute First Person Singular segments feature the unique voices of our community. They are produced by Laurie Corn, Meade Fischer, Guy Lasnier, and Mathilde Rand. Broadcast on KUSP Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7:33 a.m. & 4:32 p.m. Plus a "Best of the Week" airs each Sunday at 4:57 p.m.

The two-minute First Person Singular segments feature the unique voices of our community. They are produced by Laurie Corn, Meade Fischer, Guy Lasnier, and Mathilde Rand. Broadcast on KUSP Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7:33 a.m. & 4:32 p.m. Plus a "Best of the Week" airs each Sunday at 4:57 p.m.
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Santa Cruz, CA

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The two-minute First Person Singular segments feature the unique voices of our community. They are produced by Laurie Corn, Meade Fischer, Guy Lasnier, and Mathilde Rand. Broadcast on KUSP Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 7:33 a.m. & 4:32 p.m. Plus a "Best of the Week" airs each Sunday at 4:57 p.m.

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@KUSP

Language:

English

Contact:

203 8th Avenue Santa Cruz, CA 95062 831-476-2800


Episodes

House

4/2/2016
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Erik Bracken recounts his family’s life after the financial crisis. Erik Bracken is a student in Rachel Goodman’s Cabrillo College Broadcast class

Duration:00:01:34

Friend

3/29/2016
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Rodrigo Moraz remembers the lessons he learned from his friend. Rodirgo Moraz is a student in Rachel Goodman’s Cabrillo College Broadcast class

Duration:00:01:34

American Dream

3/26/2016
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Jesse Steshenko recounts the American Dream. Jesse Steshenko is a student in Rachel Goodman’s Cabrillo College Broadcast class

Duration:00:01:35

Campaign

3/22/2016
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Wendy Harris Guin traveled to get involved in a political campaign. Wendy Harris Guinis a student in Rachel Goodman’s Cabrillo College Broadcast class

Duration:00:01:31

Staring into space

3/19/2016
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Jeri Bodemar is staring into space. Jeri Bodemar loves to look for lessons in nature.

Duration:00:01:39

Cultural Icons

3/15/2016
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Eric Baade remembers some of his cultural icons. Eric Baade is a student in Rachel Goodman’s Cabrillo College Broadcast class

Duration:00:01:32

Branding Santa Cruz

3/8/2016
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Steve Pleich reflects on the branding of Santa Cruz. Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and an ardent supporter of artists and vendors.

Duration:00:01:35

PRT

3/5/2016
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James Anderson Merritt has a solution for gridlock. James Anderson Merritt lives on the Eastside of Santa Cruz.

Duration:00:01:33

Vote

2/27/2016
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Meade Fischer shares the power of your vote. Meade Fischer is a writer living in Capitola.

Duration:00:01:39

Power

2/23/2016
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haiku url=”http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/02/23.mp3″ graphical=”true”] Jane McCormick Crowley examines power. Jane McCormick Crowley is a member of Pax Cristi International.

Day of the Dead

2/20/2016
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Jeri Bodemar visits the Day of the Dead exhibit in Watsonville. Jeri Bodemar supports her husband in his cancer journey

Duration:00:01:35

Memory

2/16/2016
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[haiku url="http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/02/16.mp3" graphical="true"] Linda Ponzini studies her own memory struggles. Linda Ponzini enjoys writing fiction, playing the harp, and lurking around Erik’s Deli seeking inspiration for her “short stories.”.

Duration:00:01:31

Ted Koppel

2/6/2016
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haiku url=”http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/02/06.mp3″ graphical=”true”] Lynn Dunton reviews Ted Koppel’s book “Lights Out.” Lynn Dunton live in Santa Cruz.

Duration:00:01:30

Important day

2/2/2016
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haiku url=”http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/02/02.mp3″ graphical=”true”] Steve Pleich reflects on the the important day in our life. Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and a hopeful contributor to the common good.

Duration:00:01:34

Januaries

1/30/2016
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haiku url=”http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/01/30.mp3″ graphical=”true”] Jane McCormick Crowleyasks, “How fo you deal with the Januaries?” Jane McCormick Crowley is a member of Pax Cristi International.

Duration:00:01:37

TPP

1/26/2016
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[haiku url="http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/01/26.mp3" graphical="true"] Marcia Heath addresses the Trans Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement, the TPP. Marcia Heath is chair of WILPF (the Womens International League for Peace and Freedom) Santa Cruz.

Duration:00:01:35

Ducks in a row

1/23/2016
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haiku url=”http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/01/23.mp3″ graphical=”true”] Jeri Bodemar asks, “Do you have your ducks in a row?” Jeri Bodemar supports her husband in his cancer journey

Duration:00:01:36

Growing small

1/19/2016
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haiku url=”http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/01/19.mp3″ graphical=”true”] Scott Smith dereams of growing his tumor small. Scott Smith is learning to deal with cancer.

Duration:00:01:35

Feeling at home

1/16/2016
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[haiku url="http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/01/16.mp3" graphical="true"] Olga Cossi asks, “Would you turn your eyes away?” Olga Cossi writes of books for children and adults.

Duration:00:01:34

Bench marks

1/12/2016
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haiku url=”http://audio1.cruzio.com/kusp/pod/fps/2016/01/12.mp3″ graphical=”true”] Alan Ritch reads West Cliff bench marks. Alan Ritch is a cultural geographer

Duration:00:01:36