articles tagged "Kia Karlen"

Andy Wallman: The Gomers

Friday, 19 October 2012 | buzz
The Gomers, http://www.thegomers.net/

On Friday October 19, guest host Kia Karlen spoke with Andy Wallman of The Gomers.The band has been in the Madison area for over twenty five years. They will be playing at the High Noon Saloon in Madison on Oct 19 and Oct 20.   Click here for more details about the Gomeroke at the High Noon Saloon.   Listen to the interview here: more »

Bike Shepherd: Briand Beausoleil

Friday, 19 October 2012 | buzz
Bike Shepherd

On Friday October 19, guest host Kia Karlen spoke with Briand Beausoleil about Bike Shepherd, formerly known as Bike Revolution. Bike Shepherd is a nonprofit organization designed by two cyclists, created to help protect and retrieve stolen bikes. It is a database in which cyclists can register their bikes, list a stolen bike, search stolen bikes, and post recovered bikes for free. They work with other database partners to combine all registries together. Briand shares two important tips for keeping bikes safe: always register the bike with a database, and always place an anti-theft tag on the bike – the tags are registered and traceable. Visit bikeshepherd.com for more tips and information.   …. more »

Fermentation Fest

Friday, 19 October 2012 | buzz
Sandor Katz, author of The Art of Fermentation. From wildfermentation.com

On Friday October 19, our guest host Kia Karlen spoke with Sandor Katz, author of The Art of Fermentation, Donna Neuwirth, co-founder of The Wormfarm Institute, and Jonny Hunter, founder of the Underground Food Collective, about the Reedsburg Fermentation Fest.   The Fermentation Fest, running from Oct 12 – 21 and taking place in Reedsburg, Wisconsin, is produced by the Wormfarm Institute. Donna Neuwirth, co-founder of the institute, explains more about the unique festival, “It is a live culture convergence, and it focuses on fermentation in all its form. It’s a fifty mile self guided tour through beautiful farmland of north west Sauk County.” …. more »

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