Road to Qua Qua Farm
Kathleen Perry discusses her book The Road to Qua Qua Farm. It is the story of Katherine and her husband Henry’s journey living in a hippie commune in the early 1970’s. A small band of hippies from Cambridge moved to the backwoods of Nova Scotia.
We rebroadcast our program on the growing popularity of the ukulele. Some music stores say they can’t keep up with the demand. We’ll talk with area musicians Tim Sweeney and the members of Tripping Lily about the charm of this instrument and stop in to visit with a 15 member ukulele band on Nantucket.
Climate and Oceans
Science Editor Heather Goldstone talks about the big ocean-climate news in the last year.
Author Eric Jay Dolin
News Roundup - July 16, 2010
We discuss the Gayla Ball which began twelve years ago to bring together Cape Cod’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community as well as their straight friends and allies across the Cape. Our guests will be Reverend J.D. Benson, Co-minister of the First Parish Brewster, Paul Hush a member of PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) and Elenita Muniz who has been involved with the Gayla since it’s beginning.