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Last episode we discussed whether or not it was worth going back to an ex. This week we discuss how to survive a breakup, heal from it and ultimately move on. And of course or special guest Colin Christopher has some expert tips. The amazing Julie will be subbing in for Chiara this week.
Several Bainbridge Island residents have opposed a controversial shopping development planned at High School Road and Highway 305. Protesters are against cutting the 800 trees necessary to build, and have held a boycott pledge, candlelight vigils, demonstrations, and a Bainbridge High School graduate grabbed national headlines by sitting on a platform in an evergreen tree in protest.
Ohio-based developer Visconsi received approval to begin clear cutting the land earlier this month, marking the first step towards construction of a 62,000-square-foot shopping center to include a Bartell Drugs, restaurants, a Key Bank branch, and professional services and health care facilities.
Opponents claim Bainbridge has enough shopping, and the rural nature of the island is being overrun by corporate interests that threaten long term local businesses. Supporters say private property owners who comply with the legal process have the right to develop their land as they please, and more businesses drive competition, more options, and lower prices.
On August 20, the process of cutting the trees began - but the debate continues. Join us as we discuss pros and cons, as well as what happens now.
Chiara Certoma joins me to share her passion for the beloved region of Chianti and talks how it is a unique place in Italy.
With so many travelers visiting the region it has been able to maintain its unique identity while fulfilling travelers dreams of a perfect Italy.
Her project Chiant Experiences (www.chiantiexperiences.com) brings stories of this amazing region to life and allows travelers to share why Chianti is one of the most visited wine regions in Italy.
H.R.H. Princess Chiara F. Hohenzollern, is graduated in Modern Letters at the University L.U.M.S.A., in Rome, with a thesis entitled: “The Comedy, Astronomical Code”. The passion for Italian Literature has always combined a passion for Geography and Astronomy.
The book “The Astronomical Code of Dante-Forbidden knowledge of the Divine Comedy”, it’s her first opera. She lives in Rome, with her husband, H.R.H. Prince Kenneth-Wilhelm F. Von Hohenzollern.
Is dating as we know it dead? Dating has radically changed in recent years between the emergence of “ hook up” culture and endless online dating sites. More and more women are staying single longer than any generation in history and millenials certainly are redefining what dating means… for everyone engaging in it. Freeing dating from the antiquated notion that singlehood is a problem to solve, Chiara Atik assures singles that the end goal of dating is not about finding a husband, but equips them to do so (while having fun!). In her new book MODERN DATING: A Field Guide (Harlequin Nonfiction; May 2013), Atik successfully breaks down the dating today offering advice and ideas from the perfect answers to “why are you single” all the way through the questions to consider before you move in with a boyfriend, demystifying the digital landscape and effectively removing the preconceived stresses and deep-seated anxiety that comes along with the word “date”. (Pick up a copy TODAY!)
Miserable Often Bitchy Wives is a collective of women who each have their stand out personalities. Homemaker, doctor, fashionista, Bible thumper we come from different cultures, religions and backgrounds. It's sometimes going to get hot up in here. It's okay. We still end the show with a mutual respect. M.M. leads the way with her often harsh, brash, blunt style. She has no filter. We'll talk about recent episodes of our favorite shows Mob Wives, Scandal, The Walking Dead to name a few. We'll talk about current events, politics, the Super Bowl, plastic surgery and the question that still haunts many a Hound Dog fan: Is Elvis still alive?
Chiara, Fashionista, MobBaby, G.G. and some others will join the characters of our crew. Listen or don't we're still going to run our mouths and have a grand old time getting on one another's nerves an evening here & there each week.
Join Chiara & Claire this week on Awakenings For Life for loads of conversations about Life, Life and more LIFE! This week held one of the most popular days of the Year.... Valentines Day! How was it for you? Do you apply the LOVE of this famous Day to EVERY day or simply save it for the 14th of February. Chiara & Claire share the importance of having LOVE be a part of EVERY DAY not just on Valentine's Day, as well as how to have it be present.
Be sure to also call in for Readings & Dream Analysis
Looking forward to connecting with you!
With the emergence of new trends like open government and open data, there is a perception by many that eGovernment is yesterday’s news, and has largely been completed.
In a candid conversation, Barbara-Chiara Ubaldi, head of the OECD's eGovernment unit, explains that there is much work still to be done to bring eGovernment into the daily work of the public sector.
For more information about this interview, including links and downloads - see gov20radio.com
Join Television News Journalist, Eric Turcio as he interviews Actress, Chiara Montalto. She's Starring in "A Brooklyn Love Story," a play based on the decade that Chiara Montalto spent living in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn with her Grandfather. It was previously produced Off - Broadway. The Show is directed by Ronnie Marmo, and will be presented at Theatre 68- (www.theatre68.com).The Play will open in Los Angeles on September 7th and runs through October 6. http://www.chiaramontalto.com/ Also joining the Program is Director of, "A Brooklyn Love Story" and General Hospital Superstar, Ronnie Marmo.