I had the great honor of interviewing one of my all-time favorite poets, Naomi Shihab Nye.
Naomi Shihab Nye was born on March 12, 1952, in St. Louis, Missouri, to a Palestinian father and an American mother. During her high school years, she lived in Ramallah in Jordan, the Old City in Jerusalem, and San Antonio, Texas, where she later received her B.A. in English and world religions from Trinity University. [Click read more below.]
The healing power of the earth is discussed on this week's Writers' Voices. Martin Zucker will share recent discoveries of the electric signal that the earth sends out that helps maintain health and governs our bodies intricate mechanisms. Topics that are the subject of Martin's book "Earthing:The Most Important Health Discovery Ever?". The book tells of how inflammation, stress, pain, fatigue, and poor sleep have been cured by, literally, staying in touch with the earth.
Martin Zucker, a former Associated Press foreign correspondent, has written a dozen books and hundreds of magazine articles about health, nutrition, and fitness.
Don't miss this enlightening down to earth interview!
Huffington Post entertainment contributor Mike Ragogna interviews Jason Wilkins.
Rock out and listen to Ann & Nancy Wilson talk about their new album Red Velvet Car plus solar power and a wee bit of politics.
You wouldn't have it any other way, right?
Enjoy, Fairfield and beyond!
The salad on the left was an integral part of three dinners I had last week at Otto in the Venetian (formerly Enoteca San Marco and the same owners, Batali and Bastianich) on the Las Vegas strip. It was part of my dining strategy to hold on tightly to any traces that still exist of summer foods.