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Rita Bolla-Lapinel (Artist, The Book of Persistence ) / Kristin Olson-Huddle (Infertility, Going On )
Art, Healing and Persisting Through Infertility
Andrea Callan, Jorge Gruber and Eric Benjamin Gordon
Andrea Callan, Jorge Gruber, Eric Benjamin Gordon spoke about worker's rights, social justice, spirituality and the Peace Corps.
OUR LOVE IS STRONG
OUR LOVE IS STRONG and yes WE ARE WORTHY
Northern Italian Cuisine in Uptown Kingston - Palizzata!
This week on Kingston Happenings, we chat with the staff and owners of Palizzata; A family-owned Italian restaurant that was inspired by the culinary travels of father-son team Eric and Joseph Cafaro. The cuisine, community and restaurant experience they found in Italy was something they simply had to bring home to the Hudson Valley. Both Joseph, Executive Chef, and Eric, General Manager, are Hudson Valley locals, having been part of the highly successful Tony & Nick’s Italian Kitchen in Ellenville.
Liam Singer and Cassandra Jenkins on the HiLo Catskill cultural hub
Coming up on the O+ Radio Hour: O+ FESTIVAL alumnus Liam Singer will join Jeff Mercel in the studio to talk about his new record, "Finish Him," and HiLo Catskill, the vibrant cultural hub for the community that Singer helped create. Alumna Cassandra Jenkins will call in to the show to chat about what she's been up to and what music lovers can look forward to at Thursday night's concert at HiLo.
Hoops, spring training, college, hockey, etc. with Sal G.
A weekly sports talk radio show with Sal and Steve that recaps all the biggest stories in the sports world and allows the listeners to call in and voice their opinions, ask questions and make comments.
February 19 Credits: *"'Fronthand,' 'Backhand,' and **'Catch Dese (Little) Hands'"
YOUR BLACK META is digging deeper into IDENTITY, on the path to understanding and maybe even refining our Selves. And our HOPES AND DREAMS: IDENTITY! How much of our identity is programmed by nature? How much is shaped by nurture? When do we start to choose who we are, and . . . are we choosing at all? Ever? Could we even tell the difference if we weren't, and never had? This is the third of a five week/five part-series of segments during which we're taking apart the WHO of HUMANITY, ITSELF! Not only for ever-important self-awareness and self-knowledge, but to help effective self-direction, be even more so! Also FEBRUARY is the month of LOVE! And we're going to have some more humorous, heartening, heart-warming stories from the tricksiest, trouble-making-est, sometimes-wisest, definitely most-loved little people of all! Leprecha--uhhh, KIDS! As a BONUS, we have THE INTERVIEW with a Solar Community Organizer with Suncommon.com, CAL TRUMANN, bringing some bright light to all our airwaves! And, as always--and because we, your meta, ARE OURSELVES--we've got the music, Meta, and Mindful on tap, that you tune-in to YOUR BLACK META for!
Quisqueya Mini-Market, Freddy Rijo, Maritza Fitzgerald, Araceli Bautista
We talked with Maritza Fitzgerald about her activism, while Freddy Rijo, the market keeper talked to us about his job, life in the Dominican Republic, politics and his radio. show at La SuperLatina Radio. Market shopper, Araceli Bautista spoke of getting the necessary ingredients to cook her famous Costillas en Salsa de Macocho.
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