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S.2 Ep.16 – Local Heroes

4/15/2019
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*CONTENT WARNING* This episode contains descriptions of thoughts of self-harm. On this episode we hear a recording of a panel of local veterans from various wars, moderated by Captain Bob Abbott, host of WINA’s Coming Home Well. We also talk about what we’re reading. Katie read Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig (a … Continue reading S.2 Ep.16 – Local Heroes →

Duration:01:09:31

S.2 Ep.15 – Nathaniel Star: African American music history and performance

4/2/2019
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On this episode we hear a recording soul singer and songwriter Nathaniel Star discussing the rich history of African-American music and performing his original songs. We also talk about what we’re reading. Katie read Vox by Christina Dalcher ( we mentioned the VA Festival of the Book event featuring Christina Dalcher) Abby listened to A … Continue reading S.2 Ep.15 – Nathaniel Star: African American music history and performance →

Duration:00:47:51

S.2 Ep.14 – Gordon Parks’ Life and Legacy with Dr. John Edwin Mason

3/15/2019
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On this episode we hear a recording of a lecture by UVa’s Dr. John Edwin Mason, discussing the social, political, and artistic impact of acclaimed African-American photographer, writer, and filmmaker, Gordon Parks. We also talk about what we’re reading. Katie read American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson Abby read The Inexplicable Logic of My Life by … Continue reading S.2 Ep.14 – Gordon Parks’ Life and Legacy with Dr. John Edwin Mason →

Duration:01:15:22

S.2 Ep.13 – Artificial Intelligence with UVa’s Drs. Humphreys and Martin

3/1/2019
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On this episode we hear a recording of a discussion about the philosophical and scientific consequences of artificial intelligence and their effects on society. We also talk about what we’re reading. Katie read The Incomplete Book of Running by Peter Sagal Abby read Check Please! By Ngozi Ukazu Next, we hear a recording of two … Continue reading S.2 Ep.13 – Artificial Intelligence with UVa’s Drs. Humphreys and Martin →

Duration:01:07:54

S.2 Ep. 12 – Folk Music with The Front Porch

2/15/2019
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On this episode we hear a recording of a discussion and performance led by Emily Morrison, the founder Charlottesville’s roots music school, The Front Porch. We also talk about what we’re reading. What we read: Katie read The Feather Thief by Kirk Wallace Johnson Abby read Lost Soul, Be at Peace by Maggie Thrash. She … Continue reading S.2 Ep. 12 – Folk Music with The Front Porch →

Duration:01:01:03

S.2 Ep.11 – A Visit From the Authors of Something Happened In Our Town

2/1/2019
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On this episode we hear a recording from child psychologists Dr. Marianne Celano and Dr. Marietta Collins as they read and discuss their book Something Happened In Our Town: A Child’s Story about Racial Injustice. The visited the Central library on Tuesday, January 22, the National Day of Racila Healing. They offer techniques for talking … Continue reading S.2 Ep.11 – A Visit From the Authors of Something Happened In Our Town →

Duration:01:28:22

S.2 Ep.10 – VA Humanities’ Justin Reid discusses Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County

1/15/2019
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On this episode we hear a recording from the December meeting of Books Sandwiched in at the Northside Library. Virginia Humanities’ Director of African American Programs, Justin Reid, discusses Kristen Green’s Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County. We also talk about books. Katie explains that she likes to read historical fiction and, … Continue reading S.2 Ep.10 – VA Humanities’ Justin Reid discusses Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County →

Duration:01:02:47

S.2 Ep.9 – The Disasters book launch party

1/1/2019
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On this episode we hear a recording of the launch party for Crozet Teen Librarian MK England’s debut novel, The Disasters. We also talk about what we’re reading. Erica mentioned reading The Girl Who Smiled Beads by Clemantine Wamariya, which reminded her of some aspects of How Dare the Sun Rise by Sandra Uwiringiyimana, and … Continue reading S.2 Ep.9 – The Disasters book launch party →

Duration:00:55:13

S.2 Ep.8 – Cville OneBook: A Conversation with Angie Thomas

12/15/2018
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On this episode we hear from Angie Thomas, author of the award winning young adult novel The Hate U Give. We also talk about what we’re reading. Erica mentioned listening to Tell Me More by Kelly Corrigan (and a podcast by Jen Hatmaker) and Abby discussed Severance by Ling Ma. As a part of the Cville OneBook … Continue reading S.2 Ep.8 – Cville OneBook: A Conversation with Angie Thomas →

Duration:00:54:41

S.2 Ep.7 – Local author Elizabeth Catte & What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia

12/1/2018
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On this episode we hear a recording of local author Elizabeth Catte’s visit to the Crozet Library. On October 29th We also talk about what we’re reading. Erica read: The Disposessed by Ursula Le Guin (part of the Hainish Cycle, we also mentioned The Left Hand Of Darkness) August Town by Kei Miller Abby discussed: … Continue reading S.2 Ep.7 – Local author Elizabeth Catte & What You Are Getting Wrong About Appalachia →

Duration:01:14:33

S.2 Ep.6 – A visit with local thriller author Susie McKenna

11/15/2018
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On this episode we hear from local author Susie McKenna. We also talk about what we’re reading. Erica and Abby both read I’m Afraid of Men by Vivek Shraya Abby also discussed reading We Sold Our Souls by Grady Hendrix (who also wrote Horrorstor and My Best Friend’s Exorcism) Next, we hear a recording of … Continue reading S.2 Ep.6 – A visit with local thriller author Susie McKenna →

Duration:00:48:35

S.2 Ep.5 – Learning from Tibetan Refugees with Madeline Uraneck

11/1/2018
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On this episode we hear from Madeline Uraneck, author of How to Make a Life, A Tibetan American Family and the Midwestern Woman They Adopted who stopped by the Northside Library during the summer. We also talk about what we’ve been reading. Abby mentioned that Election Day is coming up on Tuesday, November 6. Find … Continue reading S.2 Ep.5 – Learning from Tibetan Refugees with Madeline Uraneck →

Duration:01:15:42

S.2 Ep.4 – Tracing enslaved families of James Monroe’s Highland

10/16/2018
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On this episode we hear from local historians Miranda Burnett and Martin Violette about the slave families sold away from the Monroe’s Highland Plantation to Casa Bianca Plantation in Florida and the genealogical research they are doing to locate their descendants. We also get you in the Halloween spirit with some spooky reads. Erica mentioned … Continue reading S.2 Ep.4 – Tracing enslaved families of James Monroe’s Highland →

Duration:01:17:17

S.2 Ep.3 – Immigrating from the Philippines with Terry Samala de Guzman

10/1/2018
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On this episode we hear from local author Terry Samala de Guzman about her immigration journey from the Philippines. We also talk about what we’re reading. Erica mentioned reading: Competence by Gail Carriger (book #3 in the Custard Protocol series) Drawn Together by Minh Lê Abby discussed reading the book When They Call You a … Continue reading S.2 Ep.3 – Immigrating from the Philippines with Terry Samala de Guzman →

Duration:00:53:01

S.2 Ep.2 – Emergency Resources

9/18/2018
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On this episode we were motivated by the impending arrival of Hurricane Florence to round up some emergency information resources for you to use. We also talk about some books. Books Erica is reading: The Lost Vintage by Ann Mah Give People Money by Annie Lowrey Books Abby is reading: There There by Tommy Orange … Continue reading S.2 Ep.2 – Emergency Resources →

Duration:00:21:28

S.2 Ep.1 – Hiking the AT with Lauralee Bliss

9/1/2018
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Welcome back to Season Two of On The Same Page, a podcast from Jefferson-Madison Regional Library. In this episode we hear about one woman’s experience hiking the Appalachian Trail and briefly talk about books. Erica is reading The Prodigal Tongue by Lynne Murphy (which reminded her of Eat, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss and The … Continue reading S.2 Ep.1 – Hiking the AT with Lauralee Bliss →

Duration:00:30:42

Ep. 23 – Twisted with Dr. Bert Ashe

8/1/2018
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On The Same Page is a podcast from the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to keep you in the loop and on the same page about what’s happening at your library. In this episode, we hear from author Dr. Bert Ashe and chat about what we’ve read recently. Book chat we talked about: Erica The Grave’s a … Continue reading Ep. 23 – Twisted with Dr. Bert Ashe →

Duration:01:04:25

Ep. 22 – Summer Reading Reflections

7/15/2018
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On The Same Page is a podcast from the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to keep you in the loop and on the same page about what’s happening at your library. In this episode we hear from Nelson County Supervisor Ernie Reed and check our progress toward our reading resolutions. For this episode of book chat we … Continue reading Ep. 22 – Summer Reading Reflections →

Duration:00:34:35

Ep. 21 – Aging Famously with Elizabeth Meade Howard

7/1/2018
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On The Same Page is a podcast from the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to keep you in the loop and on the same page about what’s happening at your library. In this episode we hear from local author Elizabeth Meade Howard about her book Aging Famously and her process of interviews and writing to complete it. … Continue reading Ep. 21 – Aging Famously with Elizabeth Meade Howard →

Duration:00:47:39

Ep. 20 – Summer Learning

6/15/2018
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On The Same Page is a podcast from the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library to keep you in the loop and on the same page about what’s happening at your library. In this episode, we hear from MIT Spokes about their Louisa STEM program and get some book recommendations from City Councilor Kathy Galvin. And as always … Continue reading Ep. 20 – Summer Learning →

Duration:00:58:11