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Seg. 1: Savannah Rodgers | Seg. 2: Get More Sleep

Segment 1: How a 1990s movie on DVD saved the life of a queer Kansas teen.

Savannah Rodgers is making a documentary about her obsession, as a 12-year-old, with the movie Chasing Amy.

Segment 2: Why employers care how much sleep you get, and what they're doing about it.

A conference on sleep for the business community got us thinking about how the culture of a workplace contributes to a good or bad night's sleep. This discussion originally aired in February 2018.

  • Sean Yu, Product Architect, Garmin International
  • Haley Prophet, Senior Well-Being Specialist, Garmin International
  • Jason Graff, Medical Director of Sleep Disorders, St. Luke's Health System
People don't make cameos in news stories; the human story is the story, with characters affected by news events, not defined by them. As a columnist and podcaster, I want to acknowledge what it feels like to live through this time in Kansas City, one vantage point at a time. Together, these weekly vignettes form a collage of daily life in Kansas City as it changes in some ways, and stubbornly resists change in others. You can follow me on Twitter @GinaKCUR or email me at gina@kcur.org.
Matthew Long-Middleton has been a talk-show producer, community producer, Media Training Manager and now the Community Engagement Manager at KCUR. You can reach him at Matthew@kcur.org, or on Twitter @MLMIndustries.