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Archive for Friday, November 29, 2019

Intersection: Thanksgiving Food; Pet Ownership; Timucua Arts Foundation

https://wmfe-od.streamguys1.com/intersection/112819_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThanksgiving is a time to get together with friends and family- and a celebration of food. Hari Pulapaka calls this week Americas food holiday. Pulapaka is the executive chef at Cress Restaurant in Deland, and this week on Intersection we revisit a conversation where we take a closer look at the Traditional thanksgiving feast, from the turkey to the trimmings and what it means to celebrate Thanksgiving without meat. How can you tell if your hamsters unhappy? Is a loving home enough to ...
Published in Intersection Podcast

Pet Ownership And The Effect Of The Human-Animal Bond

According to the North American Veterinary Community, some 85 million families have a pet. Americans spent about $40 billion on animal health care last year. In return, pets may improve our quality of life, health and become a part of our family. Tom Bohn, CEO of the North American Veterinary Community, and Dr. Lynn R. Honeckman, a local veterinarian behaviorist, sat down with Matthew Peddie to talk about the human-animal connection pets families can have.
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection

Timucua Co-Founder Sets Sights On Floating Concert Hall

Benoit Glazer built a concert hall in his house. The co-founder of the Timucua Arts Foundation has even more ambitious plans for a floating concert hall. Glazer explains how artists and musicians are beating a path to the door of his unique concert venue, and how the boat he calls Benoits Arc would make classical music even more accessible.
Published in Central Florida News, Intersection