The ocean had long been the first great love of marine biologist Shannon Leone Fowler; that is until it took away the love of her life. In her new memoir Traveling with Ghosts, Fowler talks about returning to the ocean after tragedy.
If your body was trying to tell you something about your health would you know how to listen? Santa Cruz Dr. Rachel Carlton Abrams wants to help you with that. She wrote the new book BodyWise: Discovering Your Body’s Intelligence for Lifelong Health and Healing. I recently spoke with Dr. Carlton Abrams (RA).
This weekend Marin Alsop will wrap up her final year as Music Director of the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music (which supports KAZU). It’s a position she’s held since 1992. She's premiered works by America's top composers here, from John Adams to John Corigliano.
Camping is an American summer tradition. But if you are like Santa Cruz author Dan White you both love and hate the experience. For his new book Under the Stars: How America Fell in Love With Camping, White crisscrossed the nation and delved into the history of camping. He recently spoke with Rick Kleffel.
The late journalist Herb Wong covered the Monterey Jazz Festival since its start in 1958. Known for his encyclopedic knowledge of jazz, Wong was also a record producer, educator and radio DJ on the former KJAZ in San Francisco.