Episode 21: Taos Pride, Pokémon Go, Tiger Football, Tania Casselle

Taos Pride is in it’s 7th year, with dozens of performers scheduled to rock the event which includes a a parade, burlesque dancers, a drag queen show and a training from the office of the attorney general on teen dating violence, cyber safety and teen suicide. The Pride movement stemmed from a riot at the Stonewall Inn in 1969. Since early July more and more people have been playing Pokémon Go. A group of teenagers walk us through the game which requires players to get up off the catch and move around. Taos Tiger football opens for the season tonight with a scrimmage. Yesterday all 51 players were doing practice drills on the field. And award-winning author, radio host and writing coach Tania Casselle reads an excerpt from her short story Halva In The Glovebox and talks about how important carving out time is to retreat from daily life in order to water the creative process.