We got a chance to speak with Ina Yalof, author of Food and the City. We had a great conversation about food, passion, and community. Don’t miss it.[Continue reading...] about 012 Ina Yalof | Food and the City
Host Dr. Alan Chartock is joined by Blair Horner, Executive Director of the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG).[Continue reading...] about #1624: Blair Horner Of NYPIRG
On this week’s 51%, we hear from Arianna Huffington on the importance of sleep. A high school student shares a story about her stepfather; a professor offers her views about changes on the Mexican stage; and we have a Women in History profile.[Continue reading...] about #1403: Arianna Huffington On Sleep
Jim Shepard’s new book, The Book of Aron, tells the story of a Jewish boy growing up in poverty and desperation. It begins before the Germans invaded Poland and, through Aron’s eyes, takes us from the Polish countryside into the depths of the Warsaw Ghetto and then into a famous orphanage for destitute children. Originally […][Continue reading...] about #1455 – Jim Shepard
Everything Explained is a podcast aimed at helping to decipher what we talk about in the news. We always start off with a basic question before the deeper dive into figuring out the gritty details in what something is. In our first episode, we talk to Dr. Marion Nestle, author of Food Politics and Paulette Goddard […][Continue reading...] about What Is High Fructose Corn Syrup?
On this week’s show they talk about Donald Trump lashing out at the media again, Amazon’s CEO sides with media in Gawker case, the state department admits tampering with video of tough Fox news question, and much more.[Continue reading...] about #1305: Trump Lashes Out At The Media (Again)