Sep 24, 2020
Gloria Singleton’s voice - its rich tones born of decades of experience - is hereby preserved for posterity. For more than a quarter century she was the friendly voice that answered the telephone at a hotel switchboard (back when folk did such things) and treated guests first and last as human beings. When...
Sep 17, 2020
Sally loves books. Sally knows books. Sally sells books. She started as a little kid - hiding a library book so she wouldn’t have to return it. Now she owns the only indy bookstore in a city of a million people. She dishes on what books get stolen: the Kama Sutra and the Holy Bible - and how indy bookstores...
Sep 10, 2020
Amy Geller was having trouble staying in a relationship. She’d been divorced. She’d leave. He’d leave. Nobody stuck around very long. It wasn’t working. She committed to a heavy emotional lift. She spent a lot of time looking into darkness. “It’s dark in the basement,” she says. And she really turned a...
Sep 3, 2020
A USA Today editorial said NFL cheerleading is against women and antifeminist. Don’t tell Michelle Chernicoff that. She’s a proud feminist who tried out 14 times (FOURTEEN) before cheering for two seasons for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. She’s worth hearing.
Aug 27, 2020
Roshanda E. Pratt lights up a room. She lights up a TV. She lights up any video feed, Facebook, Instagram, you name it. She’s written a book about it! But that’s not what she talks about here. Here we talk about what matters most: family, faith and justice in a lonely, faithless, unjust world. Ro has hope. Just listen.