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We're reporting from booth #1340 at ASHA 2012 in Atlanta. Here's a brief list of what we'll cover - The feedback so far on Lingraphica's demonstrations of the new TalkPath Suite of Speech Therapy Apps for the iPad - Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening. Thoughts about the presentations by Dr. Richard Steele. More information about Lingraphica's development process on these apps for people with aphasia. If you're at ASHA, please stop by b
Cardamom Hill launched in January 2012 in Berkeley Heights, an Atlanta neighborhood between upscale Buckhead and the burgeoning Westside. An instant success, the restaurant received praising reviews from John Kessler of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution, Christiane Lauterbach of Atlanta magazine, and Besha Rodell and Cliff Bostock in Creative Loafing. The acclaim universally acknowledged Asha’s pioneering spirit for opening a finer dining venture that focuses on one region of India, a rarity in the U.S.
The communal setting in which Chef Asha Gomez learned to cook remains a vital source of inspiration, and she especially enjoys introducing the cuisine and culture of Kerala through cooking classes she teaches nationwide. The classes she teaches monthly at Cardamom Hill sell out consistently.
Her Kerala fried chicken, Cardamom Hill’s signature, has been a draw at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival the last two years and won the People’s Choice award at the city’s first annual Mother Clucker Fried Chicken Festival. She has also been showcased in feature stories in the Atlantan and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and her recipes will have appeared in issues of Food & Wine, Bon Appetit, and Country Living. Most recently Cardamom Hill was named one of Bon Appetit’s 50 Best New Restaurants as well as on the 2013 James Beard Semi-Finalist List of 20 Best New Restaurants. Asha was also named one of the 2013 Food & Wine Magazine Best New Chef - People’s Choice semi-finalists.
Most recently Asha launched a new “culinary conversation” called The Third Space, opening in Atlanta – April 2013.
What is your favorite song by the artist or the genre? Call in and join in the conversation. We will launch the live chat while we are on the air. Dust off those Records CDs and Cassettes.
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This is a special request show! Fellas have you live at home with your mother and told you girl that it was your house and you pay the mortgage? Fellas have you ever told women that you had 12 inches and only can produce 2? Fellas you go out on a date pick up the the lady in your girlfriends car? Fellas are you waiting for a woman to take care of you? Join the conversation! All secrets will be reveled!
Asha-Rose Migiro and Ayanna Pressley are my topics for tonight's episode during October's Women of Color Special Editions of The African American Biography Series of 2013. You are listening to Blogtalkradio, intelligent radio. The African American Biography Series of 2013 is documenting Black History on internet radio. I'm your host, Laura Gall and the name of my show is You Talk Too Much. Asha-Rose Migiro is an attorney from Tanzania. She is a politician and was appointed as the Special Envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa. She was a United Nations Deputy Secretary-General from February 2007 through July 2012. She is currently CCM Secretary for Politics and Foreign Relations. Ayanna Pressley is a member of the Boston City Council in Boston, Massachusetts. She is the first Woman of Color to be elected to the council in it's 103 year history. Ayanna Pressley is a Democrat, a native of Chicago. She has held several political positions including Senior Aide for Congressman Joseph Patrick Kennedy II and U.S. Senator John Kerry. During 2009, she served as John Kerry's Political Director, responsible for managing his relationships with elected officials at the city, state and federal level and with various community leaders. Councillor Pressley is passionate about youth mentorship and civic engagement and has launched ABC-Ayanna's Big Challenge- a yearlong initiative to recruit mentors for children living in the Boston neighborhoods with the longest waiting lists for adult mentors. My show airs on Thursday evenings at 6:30-7:00 pm eastern time. My call in number is 1-714-242-5273. You Talk Too Much is a featured show in Blogtalkradio's line up of shows. Thank you so much for listening.
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