Graham Nystrom hosts a conversation focused on Domestic Violence Awareness Month with guests Terri Steenbergen, ED of the Harbor, and Chris Hoover and Amber Bowman, the chair and secretary of the DV Council respectively.
The Converstation. A call in show on Coast Community Radio.
A Conversation about Local, Favorite Restaurants.
A conversation with author and designer Michael Arseneault about his new book “Storytelling”, a collection of stories and pictures about historical places on the Oregon Coast.
Teaching and learning. Most of us spend years of our lives in school. Teachers are a primary influence in our lives. We learn much at school, but just as much from other experiences in our lives. Who taught or mentored you? How did a teacher change your life. For teachers, what prompted you to get…
Today’s topic of Conversation is Historic Preservation.
Over a year since the lock-downs, how has Covid changed the way we interact, do business. How has it changed our outlook. Did you gain a new skill, form a new habit?
A conversation about joy and gratitude.
Part 2 of Mental Health, focusing on trauma and available treatment methods.
A conversation about mental health and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Today’s conversation covers the Astoria Resource Fair, technology, vaccines and bystander intervention tips.
Special District Election coverage featuring candidates for 5 available seats on the Sunset Empire Parks and Recreation District (SEPRD).
KMUN News Department volunteer Jacob Lewin interviews candidates for the Clatsop Community College Board. And at the end of the episode, Jordan from The Harbor promotes their annual fundraiser called the Soup Bowl.
Graham and Ron lead a discussion on how filmmaking intersects with our understanding about history.
An Oregon History moment with Ron Craig followed by a discussion on the concept of originality, where it comes from and where we experience it in our lives.
A conversation celebrating TDOV (Trans Day of Visibility) with special guests from the Harbor and the Lower Columbia Q Center.
A conversation with filmmaker and historian Ron Craig on the subject of history and the empowering nature of knowing one’s history.
Special guests from The Harbor: Julia, Jenny, and Knappa High School student Destiny talk about The Harbor’s Teen Dating Violence Prevention Program and new services for the LGBTQ+ community.
This week’s icebreaker question: If you could be any animal for one day, what animal would you be? And why? Also a general discussion of the vaccination process.
A conversation with Andrew Collins-Anderson about his work with the Coast Range Association and their radio broadcast, called Coast Range Radio. You can listen to Coast Range Radio every 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 9:00 am.
A conversation in the aftermath of the January Sixth attack on the Capitol Building.
An exploration of culture.
Icebreaker: inspiring political figure from history. Conversation of the day: something you would like to leave behind in 2020, and something you’d like to invite more of in 2021.
The community weighs in with their answer to the question: What two words do you hope will describe the coming year 2021. And Jon Stewart wins the icebreaker contest for who is your favorite late night TV host.
A discussion about native and indigenous culture, history and issues during Thanksgiving week.
Do we create the narrative, or does the narrative create us?
Graham Nystrom hosts an election reflection.
Special guests from The Harbor Terri Steenbergen and Jordan Okoniewski discussing The Harbor’s services as well as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
An opportunity to speak for or against proposed ballot measure 4-205. Special guests include James Hoffman and Rob Taylor speaking in support of the measure, and Laura Allen and Sheriff Matt Phillips speaking against the measure. We finish the hour hearing from community members.
Celebrating the life and work of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
On this episode of the Conversation, Graham and listeners chat about upcoming elections including local ballot measures including decriminalization of drug possession, gun law enforcement by county employees, and a wider discussion of gun laws in general. Also discussed, the potential for voter disenfranchisement due to a change in a person’s signature.