THE WEEK THAT WAS w /the Newsvandal
Americans Still See Big Government as Top Threat
Republicans call Obamacare a 'failure.' These 7 charts show they couldn't be more wrong
Conservatives jittery over Obamacare repeal plan
Decoding McCain’s Hearing on Trump vs. Spies
Donald Trump Is Preparing to Unravel a Century of GOP Trade Policy
Donald Trump Admits U.S. Taxpayers Will Pay For The Wall, Claims Mexico Will Reimburse Costs
Mexico’s climate migrants are already coming to the United States
What It’s Like to Live Where It’s Not Even Safe to Breathe
Chicago singer/songwriter, Dave Tamkin, currently resides in Boulder, CO. He has created his own unique style of rhythmic-acoustic rock that's based around a fresh musical vision. His shows vary from intimate solo acoustic performances to a full band experience encapsulating a mixture of personal lyrics and skilled songwriting set against a high-energy percussive backbone.
He's shared the stage with Guster, The Samples, Rusted Root, Michael Galbicki, Butch Walker, Matt Wertz, Eric Hutchinson, Stroke 9, The Violent Femmes, and Carbon Leaf to name a few. Tamkin has a style that's hard to resist. His lyrics are unabashedly honest and his passion for playing is undying!
Join host, Andrew Tint as he highlights the issues facing Generation Y.
This week Generation whY talks with J. Maureen Henderson of Generation Meh. JM is a journalist, entrepreneur and founder of the market research firm Secret Agent Research. JM coveres everything fromhigher ed and early career issues, as well as, giving advice to millennials. Her work also appeares in Forbes. JM and Andrew discuss a wide range of issues, from why Millennials make less than their parents to her best advice for 20 year olds, and everything in between.
Generation whY explores the issues facing Millennials. The concerns confronting the millennial generation affect more than just a select few- the entire nation is deeply impacted by the tribulations of Generation Y as they come of age. Join Andrew as he discusses a wide range of topics that include; student loan debt, internships, social media, and more. His guests will include OURTIME.org co-founder Matt Segal, The host of the David Pakman show David Pakman, and more.
Questions, comments, concerns? Feel free to let Andrew know on twitter (@AndrewTint), leave a comment below, or shoot him an email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Like Generation whY on Facebook, and visit Generation whY's blog today.
Susie Hathaway helps women over 50 stay active and strong. Certified as a personal trainer through the American College of Sports Medicine, she's an active volunteer for the National Osteoporosis Foundation. Her newsletter and exercise-advice blog provide tips on how to stay healthy, strong, and independent during the second half of your life. Susie recently wrote, produced, and released a home-exercise DVD called Susie Hathaway's Safe Strength Training for Osteoporosis Prevention.
Join host Dennis Raimondi as he speaks with Jonathan Freeman.
Thanksgiving comes once a year. Too bad there is always such a mess that's created during the furious preparation for that quintessential "eating" holiday. All that cooking and baking takes plenty of measuring cups, bowls, the Cuisinart and other items. The good news is all the deliciousness that comes out of that mess.
Truth is cooking always means cleaning. Good cooks clean as much as possible as they move from one step of preparing a meal to the next. The results are the cooking area is less cluttered, prep goes quicker, and the final cleanup is less grueling. Or if you are lucky to live in a multi-person household, perhaps "kitchen rules" work in your favor? If you cook, you don't have to clean. I love that one. Unfortunately, it doesn't always hold up.
Dr. Carol Christ is the president of Smith College. Smith College, located in Northampton, Massachusetts, is a liberal arts college and one of the Seven Sisters colleges.
Dr. Christ has her B.A. from Douglas College and her Ph.D from Yale University. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carol_T._Christ
Living in a plastic world
with a plastic dream
Where nothing is as it seems
~ Plastic, Diana Upton-Hill
If you live in Southeast Iowa, you're a fan of musical theatre, and you've been to a few shows in the past couple years, chances are you're already familiar with the talents of Diana Upton-Hill. Her newest album, Sparkle, is a chance to introduce the world to another of her skills - songwriting.
Like a multi-faceted gem, Sparkle showcases several sides of a dynamic and passionate performer. Flowing from high-energy pop to moody, gothic rock, the album evokes powerhouse voices such as Evanescence, Kelly Clarkson and Avril Lavigne by turn. Read more at Lyrical Venus.