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Matthew Félix: Killer Ducks & Killer Chocolate

Published on July 15, 2018 By Matthew Felix

Sunday, 7/15, 2:00 – 4:00 Pacific Live from Studio 1A! A founding editor of Outside magazine, Tim Cahill’s work has appeared in Rolling Stone, Field and Stream, Esquire, the New York Times Book Review, and National Geographic. Tim is also the author of nine books, one of which (Jaguars Ripped My Flesh) National Geographic named one […]

Matthew Félix: Humanities, Coffee, & Creativity

Published on July 8, 2018 By Matthew Felix

Sunday, 7/8, 2:00 – 4:00 Pacific Live from Studio 1A! Dr. Falk Cammin, Ph. D. is Program Director of the Humanities Mellon Scholars Program at Foothill College and DeAnza College, which partner with the University of San Francisco to provide a diverse population of students with the advantages of a humanities-infused education—and some incredible opportunities. […]

Matthew Félix: Litquake! & Life Underground

Published on July 1, 2018 By Matthew Felix

Sunday, 7/1, 2:00 – 4:00 Pacific Live from Studio 1A Over 18 years ago at a bar in San Francisco, a free one-day reading series was born. Last year, it featured 850 authors, had 14,300 attendees, and held 180 events, 86% of which were free. That event is Litquake, and author, journalist, editor, screenwriter, and […]

Matthew Félix (Replay): Baboon Bait & Meditation

Published on April 22, 2018 By Matthew Felix

I’m currently traveling in Central Asia, so this week’s show is a replay of last week’s (April 15, 2018) episode. I’ll be back in the studio on May 20! ___ My first guest this week will be explorer, photographer, and award-winning author James Michael Dorsey. James has traveled extensively in 48 countries, his main pursuit […]

Matthew Félix: Baboon Bait & Meditation

Published on April 15, 2018 By Matthew Felix

Sunday, 4/15, 2:00 – 4:00 Pacific Live from Studio 1A My first guest this week will be explorer, photographer, and award-winning author James Michael Dorsey. James has traveled extensively in 48 countries, his main pursuit of the last 15 years being remote cultures, mostly in Asia and Africa. In addition to being featured in Lonely […]

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