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  • Correspondent Tom Wilmer and his intern, Addie Uhl met up with Molly Clark, Cal Poly Arts’ Director on-campus at Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo.
  • Associate producer Addie Uhl reports from the Front Porch, a wildly popular student gathering spot adjacent to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.
  • Join Kris Kington Barker as she speaks with members of The League of Women Voters of San Luis Obispo County (LWVSLO). Ann Havlik, Co-President, Ed Cabrera, 1st Vice President, and Julie Rodewald, Voter Services Director. They will discuss the history and purpose of the League, resources for local voters, and recent advocacy work of the LWVSLO on redistricting and campaign finance issues.You are invited to listen, learn, and participate in the conversation, between 1-2 pm. Call in and be part of the discussion at (805) 549-8855.Broadcast date: 2/29/24Central Coast Voices is sponsored by ACTION for Healthy Communities in collaboration with KCBX.
  • As ‘kitten season’ approaches, Peace Love & Pets host Robin Coleman focuses on volunteer kitten fostering and adoptions. Her guest is Damon Watkins of the Cal Poly Cat Program. The Nonprofit Story’s host Dr. Consuelo Meux chats with Jackie Kinsey, Outreach Coordinator for the SLO Library, and Karen Perry, Board President of Friends of the SLO Library. Their 45th annual book sale is upcoming. The Playing With Food Team met up with two Central Coast pasta makers: one commercial, and one in-house restaurant. They made some delicious discoveries!
  • Tune in for a conversation with Psychotherapist, author and anxiety expert Lynn Lyons about the dangers of self-diagnosis and how the efforts of influencers to de-stigmatize mental health care, in many cases, has created more issues than answers in treatment and relief.
  • A new test to find out the level of synthetic chemicals, or PFAS, in a person's blood is now available here on the central coast.
  • A former San Luis Obispo County employee was arrested Wednesday for allegedly stealing more than 100,000-dollars in public funds. The former employee, Norman Hibble, faces 12 felony counts that allege he misused a county credit card over a seven year period.
  • Today in recognition of Women’s History Month, guests will talk about this celebration and the work of organizations who are making sure that all women, including women of color, are being recognized while listening to youths' concerns about gender, the economy, and gender equity on California’s Central Coast. Join host Lata Murti as she speaks with guests Rita Casaverde, Executive Director of Diversity Coalition of San Luis Obispo (SLO) County and co-lead organizer of the County’s Women of Color Network, Joy Pedersen, Dean of Students at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Chair of Coalition Building for Diversity Coalition of SLO County, and co-lead organizer of the County’s Women of Color Network, and Rachell Frazian, Youth Services Librarian and Bookmobile Manager at Lompoc Public Library.You are invited to listen, learn, and participate in the conversation, between 1-2 pm. Call in and be part of the discussion at (805) 549-8855.Broadcast date: 2/22/24Central Coast Voices is sponsored by ACTION for Healthy Communities in collaboration with KCBX.
  • February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the accomplishments and impact of Black Americans throughout history. KCBX’s Amanda Wernik spoke with a local professor about their experience teaching black studies at a predominantly white university.
  • The County of Santa Barbara received one million dollars to develop programs that will make the rural community more resilient in extreme weather events.
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