As a “cultural creative,” I have always been interested in alternative modalities; art, music, theater, dance, films,healing, cultural anthropology, the environment. In 1960, I started the first interior design consultation service in New York ( called Instant Interiors) using what people have in a new way. In 1971, I created the first quilt gallery showing antique American quilts as art (Quilt Gallery, Inc.) long before hanging abstract quilts on the walls became fashionable. I started working with the metaphysical school Arica in 1971,and became a certified teacher of T'ai Chi Chuan in 1978. I am a born-and-bred New Yorker who moved to Santa Fe in 1982.In 1999,started Living Juicy! I see myself as a bridge between mainstream and leading-edge modalities.
Jazz DJ, Dave Anderson and his wife, Jane, have lived in Santa Fe in since 1971. Before joining the KSFR family, Dave worked in communications and then taught band in the public schools for twenty-eight years. He retired in 2008 and began his work in radio with a guest appearance on Arlen Asher’s “the Jazz Experience” which led him to produce and co-host a series of shows based on the lives and music of some favorite jazz artists. In the spring of 2012 he began substituting for Beanie Kaman on her show, “Something Cool” (KSFR, Wednesday, 1:00 - 3:00 PM). In producing each show, which he does with the aid of his two cats and an iPod, Dave thinks in terms of entertaining his listeners by sharing beautiful tunes, arrangements, and performances.
Live, hard-hitting and award-winning, Amy Goodman challenges pols, media mainstreamers and "just get along" apologists among us. DN! is the unimbedded, independent, international interview program on current events. (With support on KSFR from Lannan Foundation.)
From Santa Fe's favorite local music maker, the place for Chicano and Santa Fe music.
Audio Saucepan is a carefully sculpted, one-hour journey through jazz, classical, blues, spirituals and world music interwoven with interpretive readings and recorded words. A joyous potluck of reason and tempo. Gourmet sounds for your ears and mind. A show designed to make your weekend end well.
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Classical Sunday begins with a look at music being performed in Santa Fe and often includes interviews with the music makers. The programming covers recordings from Gregorian chant to works being composed today, occasionally including classical traditions outside the Western canon.
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