October 12, 2021

Episode 802

Coach Adia Barnes on Motherhood, Clara Lee's Cats, Roman Goes to College
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Coach Adia Barnes on Motherhood
University of Arizona Women’s Basketball Head Coach Adia Barnes talks about balancing job and family; and how an off-camera moment during the 2021 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship game became a viral sensation for normalizing motherhood.

Clara Lee’s Cats
Clara Lee Arnold feels connected to cats in a deep way. She has trapped, spayed, neutered, and released thousands of cats; fosters and permanently houses dozens of cats at her home; is part of the Tucson cat hiking community; and has trained Professor X, a cat she found in a dumpster, to be a world class therapy cat. Join Clara Lee out in the streets and on the hiking trails of Tucson as she attempts to make the city a better place, one cat at a time.

Roman Goes to College
Local aspiring blues musician Roman Barten-Sherman has been performing since before he was in middle school. This year, he heads off to a five-year Contemporary Improvisation program at Tufts University and the New England Conservatory.
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