Winnie Abramson, the author of One Simple Change, has a message that appeals to many of us-it's not that difficult to improve your health if you work at it systematically by taking little steps that add up. Too many people set themselves up for failure by attempting to radically change their lifestyle. Give a listen to some of the practical principles Winnie has found that really work. Her approach to living well is refreshing, and, I'm happyy to write, free of the dogma espoused by many others in her field.
The second half of the show is the host waxing about many different topics, including some of the favorite places he's eaten at recently, articles he's read, and on and on.
Yesterday was the culmination of a 31 day project for singer-songwriter Heather Mae of exploring self love and acceptance. She talks with Lyrical Venus about that journey and the importance of self love for so many.
No stranger to challenging projects, in 2010, Heather Mae became relentlessly committed to the challenge of writing 365 songs in 365 days! She trekked through over 30 states, making footprints of over 7,000 lyrics and 100+ artist collaborations. Her music is supported by an ever-changing cast of complementary musicians known as “The Make Believe,” some of whom she met during this project. Taking step one on October 1, 2010, Heather Mae is reaching another landmark 2 years later, releasing her LP “One Year of Songs.”
Andrew Tint is the host of the radio show, Generation Y, and is assistant manager of KRUU 101.1 FM. He will be discussing the Millenial Generation. Andrew is a recent graduate of Kenyon College where he was the lead broadcaster for Kenyon atheletics.
Learn all about the business of City & State government with regular guests state representative Curt Hanson [1st and 3rd weeks] and fourth ward city council person Michael Halley, who joins us today. [2nd and 4th weeks].
Stay informed & keep up on the local and state haps. Shows archived as well.
Twenty-five years ago business strategist Jim Belilove and artist Harri Aalto recognized undeveloped possibilities inherent in emerging waterjet technology.
Headquartered in Fairfield, Iowa, the company they founded, Creative Edge Master Shop, Inc., is the largest and most experienced independent waterjet fabrication and design company in the U.S.
What exactly does Creative Edge do to marble, granite, and a host of other flooring materials to make their products so coveted and unique? And how did Jim and Harri translate their appreciation for new technology into global leadership in the waterjet fabrication and design arena?
During this episode of The Studio with Cheryl, Jim answers these questions and shares details about Creative Edge's Gigantic Premium Floor Products Remnant Sale taking place 7:30 AM to 2:00 PM on Saturday, April 19th at 601 S. 23rd Street in Fairfield.
Today's Inside the Headlines w/ the ever informative Newsvandal JP Sottile presents three tiers including the false flags of your fathers, the economy's sucking sound, and burn baby, burn.
Tune in and get you weekly headline fix--only on people-powered solar community radio KRUU-FM. Links to all headlines listed below.
One of my favorite people on earth, Elaine Ingham, an American soil biology researcher and founder of Soil Foodweb Inc will speak about her amazing work restoring the balance of our soil. A leader in soil microbiology and research of the soil food web., she is author of the USDA's Soil Biology Primer. In 2011, Ingham was named as The Rodale Institute's chief scientist. She teaches at MUM in the sustainable living department once a year.
James Moore speaks with Overland Sheepskin's Roger Leahy, Clyde Cleveland and Keith DeBoer about their reactions to the proposed super grainery going up across from Overland as well as a synopsis of this week's County supervisors' meeting.