014: It’s the How-To Festival!

Join us for the fifth year of the spectacular How-To Festival! We get into the festival's history and inspiration, this year's presenters, and more in this little episode. (And if you're arriving to this episode late... join us for How-To 2023!) Oranges & Peaches is recorded in the SOUND+VISION Studio at Lawrence Public Library. Thanks…
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013: Protecting Each Other

It's Mental Health Awareness Month, so we’re joined by very special guest... Meg Hasselman, Program Coordinator and all-around great advocate from Kansas Suicide Prevention HQ (KSPHQ)! Oranges & Peaches is recorded in the SOUND+VISION Studio at Lawrence Public Library. Thanks to Joel Bonner for composing our jingle and editing the show. O&P Show Notes Summer…
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012: The Isopodcast

We’re joined by Gabby of the Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center, who dug around the closet at their office and found some artifacts: newspaper clippings, curriculum guides, untitled VHS tapes, and lots more… Listen in for a chat about bugs and turning piles into archives.  Oranges & Peaches is recorded in the SOUND+VISION Studio…
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011: For the Prairie

It’s our very first outside guest, Courtney Masterson!! Listen in for the scoop on native plants’ role in our environment, happenings around town, and lots of local resources. Oranges & Peaches is recorded in the SOUND+VISION Studio at Lawrence Public Library. Thanks to Joel Bonner for composing our jingle and editing the show. O&P Show…
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008: Testing… testing…

Join Ruby and Hazlett in a discussion of the library’s learning resources: most importantly at this time of year, Learning Express Library! Whether you’re in need of exam prep, switching careers, or learning how to use a computer, the library has resources for you. Listen in to find out more! Oranges & Peaches is recorded…
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Quaranzines!

Quarantine has meant various things throughout the pandemic. In Lawrence, many of us were asked to stay in our homes as much as possible for several weeks in the spring of 2020; that was a kind of quarantine. After an exposure to the coronavirus, health officials still recommend that you remain isolated from others until…
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