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Archive for Sunday, September 30, 2018

Growing Bolder: Alan Alda; Lea Thompson; Ironman Champ Cherie Gruenfeld; Dr. Vonda Wright

Alan Alda is beloved for his long-running role as Hawkeye on the iconic show M*A*S*H*, but when you learn what this thoughtful and curious man is up to at the age of 82, you'll understand and value him in a whole new light. Plus, "Back to the Future" actress Lea Thompson's new project is a true family affair. Then, meet the 74-year-old woman who is rewriting the triathlon record books, and it's a sport she didn't discover until her mid-40s.
Published in Growing Bolder

Growing Bolder: Welcome to Our New Podcast

Growing Bolder is proud to join the NPR One app! Growing Bolder is a fast-paced, entertaining hour that will leave you excited about the possibilities in your life. Shows hosts Marc Middleton and Bill Shafer explain how this weekly show will prove to you that its never too late to chase your dreams and create a life filled with passion, purpose and adventure. 
Published in Growing Bolder

Intersection: Rescue Task Force; Chris Ferguson; Rimma Bergeron-Langlois

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/092818_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSFirst responders in more and more cities across the US are being forced to confront the question of just how prepared they are for a mass shooting. This week 90.7s Abe Aboraya and ProPublica brought you an in-depth look at how firefighters and EMTS  are training to get to victims of violence and start medical treatment sooner. On this episode of Intersection- how Pulse changed the conversation about responding to a mass shootings, how the rescue task force model for EMT ...
Published in Intersection Podcast

Spotlight: Shampooch, Food and Drink Festival, and Milk Mart

I dont own a dog. I own cats. They bathe themselves. Dogs dont. Just one more reason why cats are better than dogs. If you werent lucky enough to be born a cat person and want to help out a good cause, bring your dog downtown for a doggie wash block party called Shampooch! All proceeds go to Rescue Me Orlando. The sudsing and scrubbing takes place Sunday 9 to 4 in front of Lambs Eat Ivy salon in Thornton Park. Last year more than 8,000 people attended the International Food and Drink Festival at Lake Eola Park according to the producers. I wasnt there so I cannot vouch for them. But typically people dont lie. I trust people. I ...
Published in Commentaries, Spotlight, The Daily City