Join us for a Curio field trip to the old Griffith Park Zoo. Get a taste for Southern California freeway culture as drivers swerve near us, staring at their phones. Yay! The zoo itself was opened in 1912 and closed in 1966 when the new LA Zoo was complete. Now it’s the back drop for a lovely park complete with picnic tables, an expansive lawn and curious children. Our addled imaginations declared it haunted, although we didn’t see any ghost giraffes. If you’er ever in Los Angeles be sure to check out this interesting part of LA history.
You guys, join the curios on a journey through language, slang, lingo and jargon. Dude! It’s a wicked good time. Ziggy and Vespa make the scene and of course things turn to the wack political situation in ‘Merica today. Also, singing.
Don’t be a square, join our ramble through the linguistic landscape with kaya and the usual band of characters .
In this episode we work the path to body positivity, with a few #MeToo moments along the way. How does our self image change between adolescence and mid-life? Is it all inevitable? Are we hardwired this way? High heels and push up bras – WHY??? One thing’s for certain: Compassion, wisdom and confidence will set us all free from the confines of body image and probably make the world a better place too ; )
This episode we have a very special guest, Beck. Not Beck of musical fame but a celebrity from our past; a woman who knows herself and her ideals well. We discuss the new Religious Liberty Task Force and religion in relation to authoritarianism. Reminiscing happens, curiosity about our very existence, the Boy Scouts and of course, singing. Also, Vespa chimes in – the newest canine addition to the studio. She’s eager to contribute, licks and all.
Attitude adjustments abound and we discuss the federal legality of CBD oil in conjunction with PayPal, as suggested by a listener. The benefits of cannabis products are explored, peppered with silly stories and a fair amount of giggling. Different ways of anxious thinking and what that looks like – literally. A bag of words, dreams of the apocalypse and singing.