Featured on the November 22nd, 2018 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- We may not want them, but spiders and scorpions often invite themselves into our homes. Jillian Cowles is a naturalist and a clinical microbiologist who is not afraid to enter the world of these often misunderstood creatures. She talks with Mark about the photographic odyssey behind her new book, Amazing Arachnids, from Princeton University Press.
- Mark visits a peer group meeting sponsored by NAMI, The National Alliance on Mental Illness Southern Arizona, to ask the participants to share some of the skills that they use to cope with their problems. The meeting was held at Hope Incorporated, a community enrichment center at 1200 N. Country Club Road in Tucson.
If you need help, NAMI is available at 520-622-6000 / 1-866-495-6735 / The Hope Incorporated Warm Line: 520-770-9909 / Community Crisis Line: 866.495.6735
- And, singer / songwriter Rebekah Rolland explains how author Willa Cather and the experience of American homesteaders influenced her songwriting. Rolland's acoustic trio performs an exclusive set of songs from her new album Seed & Silo in this Spotlight Session.
Listen to the full session (music only):
Rebekah Rolland - vocals & guitar / Matt Rolland - fiddle, mandolin & guitar / Ryan Green - guitar
Songs: Hole in the Earth / The Spirit / Looking to the Sun / Paradise / Geometric Slide
Recorded and mixed by Jim Blackwood in the AZPM radio studio.