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.
MB Hanrahan, Sandra Siepak, Monique Nowlin, Christine Ballestero and Michelle Hoover speak with George Alger about the benefits for guests to appear on Our Ventura TV via Zoom video conferencing and what’s involved.
MB Hanrahan speaks with Mary Christine Ballestero about the impact of being a community artist during the pandemic and emphasizes that “opportunity abounds.”
Sabrena Rodriguez speaks with MB Hanrahan about the challenges of starting a new school year in the Ventura Unified School District, during the pandemic.
Mokee Banuelos speaks with MB Hanrahan about relocating the Father Serra statue.
Fr. Tom Elewaut, Pastor of San Buenaventura Mission, speaks with MB Hanrahan about relocating the Father Serra statue.
Veronica Valadez, a Chicano activist and scholar, speaks with MB Hanrahan about relocating the Father Serra statue.