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  • Linna Dolph

    Linna Dolph

    Mixed-media glass artist

    Dolph’s work includes landscapes, abstracts and geometrics. She has worked professionally in this medium for 15 years. Intertwined with her…

    WEOS: 05/27/2017
    WSKG: 06/04/2017
  • Rev. Barbara Blom “Framing Our Democracy” series

    Rev. Barbara Blom “Framing Our Democracy” series

    Discusses faith, inclusion and social justice in the Trump era

    Rev. Blom is a United Church of Christ minister currently serving an Evangelical Lutheran Church in Spencer, New York. She…

    WEOS: 05/06/2017
    WSKG: 05/14/2017
  • Susan Quinn

    Susan Quinn

    Author of bestseller "Eleanor and Hick: The Love Affair That Shaped a First Lady"

    Quinn is a grad of Oberlin College and began her writing career as a newspaper reporter on a suburban daily…

    WEOS: 03/18/2017
    WSKG: 03/26/2017
  • Lisa Graves “Framing Our Democracy” Series

    Lisa Graves “Framing Our Democracy” Series

    Executive Director of Center for Media and Democracy focusses on corporate money/ influence on our democratic system

    The first segment of our new “occasional” series “Framing Our Democracy” features Lisa Graves. Graves is the Executive Director of…

    WEOS: 03/04/2017
    WSKG: 03/12/2017
  • Elizabeth F. Schwartz

    Elizabeth F. Schwartz

    LGBT rights attorney; focus on her book "Before I Do: A Legal Guide to Marriage, Gay or Otherwise"

      Elizabeth Schwartz has been practicing law since 1997 and is a nationally recognized advocate for the legal rights of…

    WEOS: 02/11/2017
    WSKG: 02/19/2017
  • Juliana Adams, RN

    Juliana Adams, RN

    Author of memoir about her long career in nursing "The Joy of Nursing: Reclaiming Our Nobility"

      Adams has been in nursing for over 50 years. She has been an advocate for the profession as a…

    WEOS: 01/28/2017
    WSKG: 02/05/2017
  • Ira Rabois

    Ira Rabois

    Educator and author of "Compassionate Critical Thinking: How Mindefulness, Creativity, Empathy, and Socratic Questioning Can Transform Teaching"

    Rabois recently retired after 27 years, as a teacher of English, psychology, philosophy, drama, history and Karate at the Lehman…

    WEOS: 12/24/2017
    WSKG: 01/15/2017
  • Ritch Savin-Williams

    Ritch Savin-Williams

    Psychologist, discussing his book, Becoming Who I am: Young Men on Being Gay

    Savin-Williams is a Professor Emeritus in Developmental Psychology at Cornell University. He is also a licensed clinical psychologist and has…

    WEOS: 12/10/2016
    WSKG: 12/18/2016
  • Angela Sullivan & Stacy Cangelosi

    Angela Sullivan & Stacy Cangelosi

    Executive Diretor & Education Director, Alcohol & Drug Council of Tompkins Co.

    Angela Sullivan has a Masters in Public Administration and a Master of Arts in International Relations from The Maxwell School…

    WEOS: 11/26/2016
    WSKG: 12/04/2016
  • Megan Shull

    Megan Shull

    Children's book author discusses her new novel "Bounce."

    Author of many books for kids and young adults, Shull’s novel The Swap was recently made into a Disney Channel…

    WEOS: 11/05/2016
    WSKG: 11/13/2016