Thursdey, Aug. 25, 2016
The focus of this “The Heart of the Matter” with co-hosts Hollis Walker and Cyndy Tanner is “preparing for the unexpected.” It features Rhys Brightwater, social worker with Ambercare Hospice of Santa Fe, talking about medical powers of attorney and other significant legal forms we should all have in case we are incapacitated; and Karen Kinnett Hyatt, owner of Action Estate Pros of Santa Fe, on how to deal with the material possessions left behind by a loved one—and how to prepare your own possessions prior to your own departure!
Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2016
Hollis and Cyndy interview Karen Sloan about buying medical insurance on the health exchange and how recent changes have impacted consumers; and Hollis and Cyndy talk with Dr. Carl Friedrichs of Presbyterian Medical Group about Presbyterian’s expansion in Santa Fe and the new hospital they will open here in 2018.
August 4, 2016
Hollis talks with Katharine Kagel, owner of Pasqual’s restaurant and gallery, and artists Michelle Goodman and Suzanne Vilmain, about reinventing one’s self as a woman and an artist late in life.
August, 2 2016
Hollis talks with Rev. Holly Beaumont and Colin Baillio about proposed legislation to create and license dental therapists in New Mexico; and in the second segment, college counselor Jennifer Dryfoos talks about what students and their parents need to do to make sound decisions about college.
July 28, 2016
Hollis talks with three transgender youth—two female and one male—and a mature transgender man about coming out as transgender and how that has changed their lives
July 26, 2016
Hollis talks with author Jytte Lokvig about her latest book on Alzheimer’s disease and how to improve communication with those who have dementia.
July 21, 2016
Hollis talks with Emily and Kim about a free Santa Fe Community College program that helps mature women re-enter the job market.
July 19, 2016
Hollis talks with City of Santa Fe Traffic Engineer John J. Romero about the thing that drives us all crazy: Santa Fe traffic! In between queries, we’ll raise funds for KSFR.
July 14, 2016
Hollis talks with six women—including a 90-year-old—about the joys of riding motorcycles and being members of the Motor Maids.
July 12, 2016
Hollis talks with director Jerry Feraccio and Liam O’Brien (“Romeo”) about the upcoming production of “Romeo and Juliet.” Jacquelyn West chimes in about what the star-crossed lovers’ myth is all about and why it remains relevant today.