Speakeasy alternating with Bamboozled

I love to talk with people, to find out what makes them tick, what their stories are. Over the years I've interviewed everyone from rockers Michael Franti and Amy Ray, to his holiness Swami Paramand Ji Marahaj of India, to a plethora of local movers and shakers. It's a joy to share this information and these connections with my community.

Speakeasy is a half-hour talk show recorded live on alternate Wednesdays and generally features in-studio guests. The goal of the program is good conversation with folks doing interesting work, in our community and beyond. The show launched Oct. 2008.

Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts and welcomes program suggestions. She may be contacted at autumn AT davismedia DOT org.


Music programs are only online for two weeks after they are broadcast.

Michael Diamond: Age of Aquarius

Michael Diamond was the guest on the Jan. 6 edition of "Speakeasy."

Diamond was one of the original owners of Aquarius, a downtown business that closed last month after several owners and more than 20 years in business. Diamond shared what Aquarius meant to him, personally, as well as to our downtown.

Hosted by Autumn Labbe-Renault, Speakeasy features profiles of people doing positive work in Davis and beyond.

Lea Rosenberg

Lea Rosenberg, community volunteer extraordinaire, guests on the Oct. 7 edition of "Speakeasy."

Rosenberg has been chosen four times in an annual poll of readers of The Davis Enterprise as "Most Dedicated Community Volunteer," and devotes her time to myriad causes and organizations in town. The interview includes discussion about many of these causes and insights into Rosenberg's community involvement. Recorded Oct. 7, 2009.

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