#1607: How COVID-19 Impacted A Musician; Women Keep An Olive Farm Going | 51%

May 14, 2020 00:27:30
#1607: How COVID-19 Impacted A Musician; Women Keep An Olive Farm Going | 51%
51 Percent
#1607: How COVID-19 Impacted A Musician; Women Keep An Olive Farm Going | 51%

May 14 2020 | 00:27:30

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Show Notes

On this week’s 51%, a jazz musician talks about contracting COVID-19, and three generations of women keep an olive farm in production in California. Tara O’Grady is the subject of our first story as Dr. Sharon Ufberg returns with her 51% segment “Force of Nature.” Initially, her interview was supposed to focus solely on jazz […]

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