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North Coast Perspectives #309: Wild Souls - Mount Up

Friday, February 15th at 7:30 PM

Savanah McCarty of Wild Souls Ranch spent her share of years in foster care, struggling with trauma and working to overcome her personal issues. She's taken her experience with horses, the mode and method of her personal transcendance, and developed a therapeutic program to help Humboldt County's traumatized children. She sits down with PBS North Coast to discuss her life and organization.

Great Performances "Movies for Grownups Awards 2019 with AARP The Magazine"

Friday, February 15th at 9 PM

Shirley MacLaine will receive AARP The Magazine’s 2018 Movies for Grownups Career Achievement Award, the publication announced today. MacLaine will be honored at the 18th annual Movies for Grownups® Awards ceremony on Feb. 4, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. The AARP Movies for Grownups multimedia franchise was established in 2002 to celebrate and encourage filmmaking with unique appeal to movie lovers with a grownup state of mind—and recognize the inspiring artists who make them. MacLaine’s remarkable career comprises more than 50 feature films highlighted by an Academy Award® win and six nominations, seven Golden Globe® Awards — including the Cecil B. DeMille Award for Lifetime Achievement — and six Emmy® Award nominations. She is also an international bestselling author with 15 titles to her name.

Austin City Limits - Ed Sheeran

Saturday, February 16th at 9 PM

UK superstar Ed Sheeran returns to Austin City Limits for his second taping, supporting his chart-topping new album ÷. Sheeran – an eleven-time Grammy nominee and multiple Grammy winner – has quickly established himself as one of music’s biggest acts with over 22 million albums sold and 4.7 billion Spotify streams. His latest release ÷ (pronounced “divide”) debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts and finds the 26-year-old sensation in his finest form yet. Drawing inspiration from a wide array of experiences and subjects, Sheeran takes a hugely personal journey by reflecting on past relationships, family memories, his musical career and his time off traveling the world in 2016. Musically, ÷ is a varied collection of beautifully orchestrated and emotive ballads, impassioned raps laid over hip hop beats, timeless acoustic guitar masterpieces, and innovative, idiosyncratic pop music.

Redwood Voices #102

Saturday, February 16th at 10:30 PM

On the second episode of Redwood Voices we revisit A Reason to Listen and Word Humboldt to hear the stories of poets and writers of all kinds and types touch a stage for the very first time with only their words as their armor and find what motivates these artists to come together and share the most sacred parts of emotional life in front of folks they may not have met before.

North Coast Perspectives #309: Wild Souls - Mount Up

Sunday, February 17th at 3:30 PM

Savanah McCarty of Wild Souls Ranch spent her share of years in foster care, struggling with trauma and working to overcome her personal issues. She's taken her experience with horses, the mode and method of her personal transcendance, and developed a therapeutic program to help Humboldt County's traumatized children. She sits down with PBS North Coast to discuss her life and organization.

Sammy Davis, Jr.: American Masters

Tuesday, February 19th at 9 PM

American Masters – Sammy Davis, Jr.: I’ve Gotta Be Me is the first major film documentary to examine the performer’s vast career and his journey for identity through the shifting tides of civil rights and racial progress during 20th-century America. Sammy Davis, Jr., had the kind of career that was indisputably legendary, vast in scope and scale. And yet, his life was complex, complicated and contradictory. Davis strove to achieve the American Dream in a time of racial prejudice and shifting political territory. He was a veteran of increasingly outdated show business traditions and worked tirelessly to stay relevant, even as he frequently found himself bracketed by the bigotry of white America and the distaste of black America. Davis was the most public black figure to embrace Judaism, thereby yoking his identity to that of another persecuted minority. In Duke Ellington’s words, he was “beyond category.”

 

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