The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Wednesday that biologists saw the wolf known as OR7 earlier this week living with a mate and at least two pups. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife wolf coordinator Russ Morgan originally caught OR-7 in 2011 and joins us to talk more about the discovery.
The Verge Center for the Arts is re-launching this Thursday in its new location – a former furniture warehouse a block from Sacramento’s Southside Park. Led by Liv Moe and founded by Jesse Powell, Verge is an ambitious artistic endeavor aimed to support the area’s growing art scene.
Featuring more than 30 artist studios and two exhibition spaces, the new 25,00-square-foot-space took four years and $1.7 million to renovate. We’ll talk with Moe and Powell about the new space and what it means for Sacramento artists.
The idea behind Project Hope Exchange is simple: It’s a website where you can record or listen to a 30 second message designed to inspire hope. But the thinking behind the project is actually steeped in deep psychological and emotional research. Psychologically speaking, sharing a message of hope typically equals the feeling of receiving hope oneself. And using the human voice to relay messages creates a sense of trust that’s lost in written word. Founder of the Adversity to Advocacy Alliance, Jeff Bell, is the co-creator of Project Hope Exchange and joins us to talk about this tool for overcoming hardship.
Capital Public Radio’s Afternoon Classical Host Cale Wiggins brings us two selections from a new version of Respighi's "The Birds." We'll also preview a new release of Bernstein's "Spring Will Come Again" and hear some music from Duke Ellington.
Respighi—The Birds: The Hen
Bernstein—Spring Will Come Again (vocal)
Foster—Gentle Annie (vocal)
Ellington—Black, Brown and Beige Suite: Brown
Ellington—Three Black Kings: Martin Luther King