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Award-winning journalist Stephanie O'Neill brings passion and energy to radio reporting

Local journalist Stephanie O’Neill is a multi-faceted reporter with a vast resume of experience in professional radio, print and television. She’s currently the Health Care Correspondent for Southern California Public Radio. 818 more words

Journalist Profiles


The Disability Visibility Project is thrilled to have one of our stories recorded for StoryCorps featured on NPR’s Morning Edition on January 16, 2015. Thank you to the good folks at StoryCorps and NPR! 66 more words

News And Guest Blog Posts

Is there a right amount of navel gazing?

I heard an interview with Jessica Lamb-Shapiro who wrote: “PROMISE LAND My Journey Through America’s Self-Help Culture” on NPR that re-aired recently and it really struck me that we spend so much time trying to figure ourselves out…is it working?  150 more words

Creative Coaching

Freedom of speech is an opportunity, not an excuse

On the same day that twelve people were killed in the attack on the French satirical weekly paper Charlie Hebdo (Charlie Weekly), I heard a commentator interviewed on National Public Radio say that people “are going to, you know, perhaps hesitate for a moment, think about security considerations. 629 more words

Spiritual Life

My Modern News Consumption Habits

Last Sunday I was back in West Burlington, IA.

As far back as my memory can recall, the Sunday mornings at my childhood home followed a similar pattern. 364 more words

National Public Radio

Hear the New Belle And Sebastian Album NOW, a Week before It's Released

Thank you, National Public Radio!

Belle and Sebastian is about to release its first album in five years, and NPR is streaming it now. The album—why do we still call them “albums”?—is entitled… 132 more words

Coming Attractions

The sound of NPR

Wheat growing

and the wind blowing,

and the implication,

not what is said