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Live on Facebook Live (authormatthewfelix) every Sunday at 6:00 PM Pacific / 9:00 Eastern [ o ] Writing, travel, visual arts, spirituality, health, culture, society, and the environment. The "Matthew Félix On Air" video podcast features author Matthew Félix discussing anything that makes for thought-provoking, entertaining conversation - bringing his unique perspective, insatiable curiosity, and spirited wit to each conversation. [ o ] Video version also available on YouTube. [ o ] matthewfelix.com [ o ] Music credit: Cold Funk by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)/Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License/http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

Matthew Felix On Air: People Who Create. People Who Make a Difference. Matthew Félix

    • Places & Travel
    • 5.0 • 18 Ratings

Live on Facebook Live (authormatthewfelix) every Sunday at 6:00 PM Pacific / 9:00 Eastern [ o ] Writing, travel, visual arts, spirituality, health, culture, society, and the environment. The "Matthew Félix On Air" video podcast features author Matthew Félix discussing anything that makes for thought-provoking, entertaining conversation - bringing his unique perspective, insatiable curiosity, and spirited wit to each conversation. [ o ] Video version also available on YouTube. [ o ] matthewfelix.com [ o ] Music credit: Cold Funk by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)/Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License/http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

    Thank-you and goodnight!

    Thank-you and goodnight!

    In this, the final episode of Matthew Félix on Air, recorded live on September 25, 2019 at LitWings at Book Passage in Corte Madera (San Francisco Bay Area), I trace the trajectory of the video podcast from its inception to this last episode.

    Thanks to all of you who have watched and listened over the past year and a half! I’ll be back in 2020 with new podcasts! Meanwhile, keep up on the latest on matthewfelix.com!

    • 22 min
    Dandelion Chocolate's Greg D'Alesandre: Craft chocolate and the beans behind the bars

    Dandelion Chocolate's Greg D'Alesandre: Craft chocolate and the beans behind the bars

    The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past.

    On this episode, which aired in July of last year, Dandelion Chocolate’s Greg D’Alesandre tells us what it’s like to travel the world eating chocolate. He also talks about the craft-chocolate movement, why relationships with producers matter, and much more about the story behind both Dandelion itself and the beans behind the bars!

    • 49 min
    Parlay House's Anne Devereux-Mills on Starting Over, Connecting Women, and Cascading Empowerment

    Parlay House's Anne Devereux-Mills on Starting Over, Connecting Women, and Cascading Empowerment

    The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past.

    On today’s show, which aired in June of last year, Anne Devereux-Mills, founder of Parlay House, Executive Director of the Emmy-nominated The Return, and Chairwoman of the Board of Marchex, Inc. shares how starting over led her to look at how we—and women, in particular—can not only have deeper, more meaningful interactions but how they can have an inspiring, empowering cascade effect on others.

    • 47 min
    “All Over Coffee” Writer & Artist Paul Madonna on his Books, Art, and Creative Process

    “All Over Coffee” Writer & Artist Paul Madonna on his Books, Art, and Creative Process

    The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past.

    On this episode, which aired in July of last year and is also included in my Words and Images podcast, award-winning artist and writer Paul Madonna talks about the joys and lingering challenges of a trip to France, how his All Over Coffee series and novel Close Enough for the Angels deconstructed then rethought the relationship between words and images, and his series in the Nob Hill Gazette, Quotable City.

    • 47 min
    Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) and protecting farms and preserving farmland

    Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) and protecting farms and preserving farmland

    The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past.
    On this episode, which aired in June of last year, I talk with Jamison Watts, Executive Director of the Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT), about MALT’s history and mission, their recent successes and current goals, and how agricultural land is preserved—and why it matters. MALT has worked with 85 farming families to preserve over 52,000 acres!

    • 48 min
    Crohn's Disease: Overcoming Chronic Autoimmune Disorders

    Crohn's Disease: Overcoming Chronic Autoimmune Disorders

    The show is on hiatus for the summer, so I’m digging into the archives for some great episodes from the recent past.
    On this episode, which aired in March of last year, my friend Susan Violante shares how in her 20s she was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, a chronic autoimmune-system-related disorder. Her diagnosis, however, was a long-time coming—and is an unbelievable story. We talked about Susan's experiences, as well as how she managed the disease into remission and now leads a happy, healthy life.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Gisele_Oliveira ,

Love this show!

Great show on interesting topics. The host is entertaining and the guests are unique people who are making a diffrence in the world. It's a GREAT listen.

Real Estate Investor ,

Great Podcast for Creative Minds

This podcast is an great blend of topics highlighting the creative aspects of life. Very entertaining listen.

Sherrieoh ,

Really good podcast

Really good. Every week there’s an interesting new topic that i haven’t had a chance to explore myself, and the podcast takes me there.

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