Activist artist, Charlene Spiller, speaks with MB Hanrahan about her work and paintings comprising The Weed Project, which not only challenges expectations of what constitutes beauty, but serves as an expression of ecological sustainability and human health.
SueAnne Gigi Ying speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Bell Arts Factory in West Ventura and their vision for expansion and more community inclusion.
Robert and Art speak with MB Hanrahan about Narcotics Anonymous.
Liz Campos speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Ventura Westside Community Council, which is a nonprofit that works to create a better and safer neighborhood.
Louie Cruz Beltran speaks with MB Hanrahan about his music and art and touches upon his work as a community advocate.
Musician, DJ and producer, Scott “Spinz” Lykins, speaks with MB Hanrahan about some of his experience traveling the world performing Hip Hop.
Musician and Producer, “Doc Ventura” (Tim Schulfer), speaks with MB Hanrahan about the surge of music and creativity he predicts will blossom as a result of the pandemic and artists having the time to gain new skills and create more
Laura Oergel speaks with MB Hanrahan the Ventura Surfrider Foundation and protecting Ventura County’s ocean, waves and beaches for over 25 years.
Anne Thille speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Discovery Center for Science and Technology, which is an educational nonprofit organization that provides hands-on science programs at schools and local community venues.
Denise Sindelar speaks with MB Hanrahan about how the Museum of Ventura County has been innovating during the pandemic so that even more people can access their resources.