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90-something Nana Miriam and her 20-something granddaughter Hilary will schmooze, recap current events, and bridge the generation gap. Tune in for stories, memories, lessons, and the best 30 minutes of your week!

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Nana's big birthday is coming up, which means lots of preparation is in store. What is appropriate for birthday parties at different ages? When do you stop giving party favors? At a dinner party for broke twentysomethings, who pays?... more

We discuss the downfall of the beloved NY governor and question why we cheat on our loved ones. Poor Silda. Have you cheated? Why? Nana explains where men's brains are and why they can't think straight. Oh, and we also recap... more

Throughout the long and winding road of life, we cross paths with those who influence us and change us forever. For better, or for worse, Nana and Hil talk about the people they will never forget.

Now we know there is no such thing as an unbiased opinion, but what role should the media play in influencing viewers ideas? We talk about the recent Obama speech controversy, criticisms of CNN, Fox News, and more. Crack open a cold... more

We are talking about musical talent through the years. What kind of music does Nana like? Did you know the Grammy's were only instated in 1958? Join us!

Nana reminisces about her first voting experience at 21, and what women's suffrage means to her. Then we tackle Super Tuesday and our observances about the nominees and the race to 2008.

Hil and Nana are indeed separated by 3 hours as Hilary broadcasts live from New York City, and Nana is at home in LA. We talk about New York Then and Now, as Nana reminisces about "the city of her birth" and Hil contributes some... more

I know you didn't expect us to go here, but we must ask the question - can we disentangle politics and religion from each other? Why are we so invested in the religious identity of our presidential candidates? Is it appropriate for politicians to... more

What do we eat, and where does it come from? Does Nana buy organic and why or why not? How and why has dining changed since Nana was a gal? We talk about the philosophies of eating and what it means for us as a species

Nana and her granddaughter Hilary tackle the age-old question (no pun intended) - how does one age gracefully? What are some of the challenges and rewards Nana has faced as she has gotten older? Hilary weighs in on some of the... more
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