Guns: A Community Dialogue

Date 20 April 2018

April 20 the 19th anniversary of the Columbine High School killings. KVMR & the Foothills Arts Resources & Media (FARM) present "Guns: A Community Dialogue"

Live from the Nevada City Hall Council chambers.
Superior Court Judge Thomas Anderson moderates a panel including Amanda Wilcox (Brady Campaign), Morgan Margulies (Nevada Union High School debater), Jerod Johnson (retired Grass Valley Police captain and owner of The Range), George Rebane (lifetime NRA member) and others.


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The Sages Among Us: Jeff Leiter 3-14-18

Date 15 March 2018

Hosted by Keith Porter, this episode features an interview with Jeffrey Shattuck Leiter.
A local business man, former mayor of Berkeley CA, past Music In The Mountains Board President to name but a few of his life accomplishments.


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The UnderNews, March 7, 2018 — Ray McGovern

Date 8 March 2018

Former top CIA analyst specializing in Russian news Ray McGovern deconstructs Russiagate, discussing differences between a hack and a leak and why they’re important. If Russiagate is not what the corporate media is saying it is, what was its purpose and what may be the consequences? Should we be concerned?

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Down To Earth with Sienna Gold Feb. 19 2018

Date 21 February 2018

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Sages Russ Jones January 31, 2018

Date 31 January 2018

Sages Russ Jones January 31, 2018

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Best of Health: Erica McAlister, Secret Life of Flies

Date 23 January 2018

Erica McAlister, Senior Curator of Flies and Fleas at the Natural History Museum, London; and author of “The Secret Life of Flies,” discusses the benefits and risks of flies to the human population.

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Sages Jonathan Pierce December 27, 2017

Date 3 January 2018

Sages Jonathan Pierce December 27, 2017

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Sages Jane Calbreath Oct 18, 2017

Date 18 October 2017

Sages Jane Calbreath Oct 18, 2017

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SOS Radio - September 27, 2017 - Miyoko Shinner, Miyoko's Kitchen

Date 27 September 2017

Tune in to this episode of SOS Radio to hear a conversation with Miyoko Shinner, CEO and Founder of Miyoko’s Kitchen. Miyoko wrote her first cookbook nearly 25 years ago. Her mission has been to entice people to a compassionate, plant-based diet through delicious food. Miyoko carries that message to people around the country through her books, talks, television shows and cooking demonstrations. We will be discussing how leading a compassionate life leads to happiness! You can find out more about Miyoko at!

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Sages Duane Strawser 9-6-17

Date 7 September 2017

Sages Duane Strawser 9-6-17

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Sages Kris Vassar 8-16-17

Date 16 August 2017

Sages Kris Vassar 8-16-17

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SOS Radio - July 26 2017 - Dr. Joseph Keon

Date 26 July 2017

SOS Radio interviews Dr. Joseph Keon, author of the award winning book “Whitewash”, which chronicles the disturbing truth about cow’s milk and our health. This is probably the most important interview I will do all year. Consuming dairy does NOT do a body good. Find out more at Thanks for listening!

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Sages Jan Arbuckle July 12, 2017

Date 15 July 2017

Sages Jan Arbuckle July 12, 2017

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The Undernews - William Engdahl Interview (July 5th, 2017)

Date 5 July 2017

Today’s episode covers GMO’s. Host Jeanie Keltner in conversation with William Engdahl from Frankfurt, Germany.

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Sages Megan Timpani May 03, 2017

Date 3 May 2017

Sages Megan Timpani May 03, 2017

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Matt Robinson Exercise, HIIT, & Cell Metabolism

Date 20 April 2017

Matthew Robinson et. al assessed the effects of three difference exercise modalities—High Intensity Interval Training, Resistance Training, and Combination Training—in young and older adults. While all enhanced insulin sensitivity, only HIIT and combined training improved aerobic capacity, associated with enhanced translation of mitochondrial proteins. HIIT effectively improved cardio-metabolic health parameters in aging adults into their 70s. The biggest response was among older adults who participated in HIIT; among the older adults, almost 400 genes improved function following three months of training.

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Sages Kimberly D'Urso 3-29-17

Date 29 March 2017

Sages Kimberly D’Urso 3-29-17

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SOS Radio-Keegan Kuhl-1st :Lani Muelrath-2nd

Date 29 March 2017

SOS Radio-Keegan Kuhl-1st :Lani Muelrath-2nd

Keegan Kuhn is the co-producer and director of Cowspiracy. He has a new movie called “What the Health” which takes a deep look at the medical and pharmaceutical industries.

I also interview Lani Muelrath, author of “A Plant-Based Journey”. You can check out both of these guests on my KVMR Blog.

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The Blue Cheer Special Part 1

Date 15 March 2017

Meri St. Mary with special guests Monte Cazazza, Ron Quintana, talk to former Blue Cheer keyboardist V. Vale and Blue Cheer manager from 1984 till now, Mike Bodack. If you don’t know anything about Blue Cheer this is a good place to start. Originally aired February 19, 2017.




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Greg Bratman Nature and Rumination October 21, 2016

Date 16 February 2017

Dr. Greg Bratman of Stanford University discusses his research on the effects on the brain of nature experiences.

Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation.

Gregory Bratman, School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences

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