Seg. 1: Elderhood | Seg. 2: 816 Day
Segment 1: A new book on aging proposes a third stage in life.
First comes childhood, then adulthood and finally, elderhood, which begins roughly in your 70s and can last for decades. It comes with a unique set of challenges, joys and needs, and our cultural reluctance to acknowledge that comes at a cost.
- Louise Aronson, geriatrician and professor of medicine, University of California San Francisco; author, Elderhood: Redefining Aging, Transforming Medicine, Reimagining Life
Segment 2: How 816 Day got started, and the album coming out on 816 Day this year.
The date corresponding to the Kansas City, Missouri, area code has become an official citywide holiday. Hear the story of how it happened and plans for 2019, including an attempt to assemble the largest-ever outdoor gathering of two-steppers. Plus, the story of the album set to drop at 8:16 am on 816 Day, followed by an album release party at 8:16 pm.
- Bizzy Benton, founder, 816 Day and the KCWYA (Kansas City Where You At) Facebook group
- Kemet "The Phantom" Coleman, musician releasing Electric Park on 816 Day