HearSA


HearSA is an online audio archive of public programming intended to foster discussion and enhance awareness of exciting and informative local presentations and events. The HearSA archive includes lectures, panel discussions, book readings, and much more. Texas Public Radio partners with local organizations to bring a second life online to the most interesting talks in town. Content from HearSA may be selected by Texas Public Radio for broadcast or on-air commentary, providing further exposure for archived program material.

HearSA is presented by Texas Public Radio in association with its local partners. It is important to recognize that the opinions presented in these programs are those of the author or presenter, not Texas Public Radio or any of its stations, and are not necessarily endorsed by TPR.

If your organization hosts lectures, book readings, panel discussions, or presentations and is interested in participating, email HearSA curator, Nathan Cone at ncone [at] tpr dot org

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Views & Brews: Haunted History

Oct 16, 2015
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San Antonio is recognized for its rich history, culture, and colorful stories that have been told countless times and passed from one generation to the next. Some of these stories include haunted tales.

At this Views & Brews event, experts share their knowledge, experiences, and the history behind well-known haunted places in San Antonio. The panel below is moderated by David Martin Davies, host of The Source.

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"This talk was about Anti-Semitism, but it could just have easily been about Islamophobia," said Rabbi Steve Gutow at the conclusion of his address to the World Affairs Council of San Antonio. Although Gutow's speech concentrated on detailing the many places around the globe where anti-Semitic attacks are occurring, from France, to Belgium, Brazil, Austria, South Africa, and even right here in San Antonio, Gutow says bigotry as a whole is on the rise, and "must be dealt with on its own terms."

At long last, what if a drug could help us live longer, healthier lives? UT Health Science Center Barshop Institute researchers are moving the science of healthy aging from the idea stage to clinical trials in an effort to prove that aging interventions, such as Rapamycin, actually work in humans.

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Can mindfulness and meditation really affect our physical selves? What role does the brain have in healing and pain management? What are the effects of stress and depression on our heart and other vital organs?

Views & Brews: Who's Tracking Your Digital Footprint?

Jul 24, 2015

With every step you take online, you're leaving tracks. Experts can piece together a picture of you based on your use of websites, social media, smartphones and online commerce.  At this Views & Brews event, a panel of local experts shares their knowledge and opinions about the benefits and drawbacks of life in the digital age. [See links at the bottom of this page for further reading] 

 

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