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Join us on Monday, September 23, 2013 at 7:00 PM EDT as we continue recognition of World Alzheimer's Month. Our special guest, G. Allen Power, MD, is a board certified internist and geriatrician, and clinical professor of medicine at the University of Rochester, New York. Dr. Power has been interviewed by BBC Television, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Singapore’s Straits Times, and many more. In Dementia Beyond Drugs: Changing the Culture of Care, Dr. Power addresses the development of guidelines for sustainable communities that embrace people of all ages and abilities. His critically acclaimed book won the "Book of the Year" Award from the American Journal of Nursing and a Merit Award from the National Mature Media Awards. His work abroad includes a Bellagio Residency in Italy by the Rockefeller Foundation and collaboration on the International Advisory Board for Australia's Dementia Foundation and the South Africa Care Forum. Dr. Power's contributions to the "Hand in Hand" educational materials will enhance care for patients and compassion for caregivers, plus enlighten the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging. Dr. Power is featured in the new documentary Alive Inside, awakening the healing power of music. As a musician and songwriter he has worked with well-known artists, including Peter, Paul and Mary. His song, “I’ll Love You Forever” was played by Walter Cronkite in a Discovery Channel profile of American families. We look forward to a compelling hour with Dr. Power, uncovering his blueprint to change the culture of care for families living through Alzheimer's, as well as other forms of dementia.
In the month of June, the LGBT community turns its thoughts gay pride month and parades. How did two iconic figures of the 1960s, Walter Cronkite and Judy Garland, play a role in the birth of the modern Gay rights movement through Stonewall and beyond? Today on A Thousand Moms Talk. Welcome to our podcast for June 4, 2011. I am Dave Balog, information person for A Thousand Moms: Building Community Support for LGBT/Q Youth in Foster/Adoptive Care. Pull up a chair, settle in and listen to our di
Belva Davis is a life-long volunteer, in fact it was her efforts to help several non-profits obtain broader media coverage of their cause and events that led to her long career as a television news anchor. She has earned eight local Emmy's for her reporting and three honorary Doctorates for her television work and community service.
Jan Hutchins, is a former Mayor of Los Gatos, CA, and television journalist. Jan Hutchins now is an entrepreneur who helps other visionaries. He is the co-founder of SocialAgenda Media of Silicon Valley. Jerri Lange (mother of Ted Lange of Love Boat fame) has had a wealth of experience in television (both in front of the camera and behind the scenes.) Her colorful career has yielded numerous award in the field of broadcasting and San Francisco State issued her its most prestigious honor, the Broadcast Preceptor Award, given by the Broadcast Communications Arts Department in recognition of signal accomplishments, leadership and adherence to the highest standards in broadcasting" to the three recipients: Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, and Jerri Lange. Barbara Rodgers joined the Comcast team and now can be seen regularly as one of the hosts of Comcast Newsmakers where she interviews politicians, community leaders and representatives of Bay Area non-profit organizations.
Q's Book Review is coming every Saturday w/ Quinn Riley
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Q's Book Review w/ Walter Perkins - Write Right Right Now
AUTHOR WALTER M. PERKINS – A Chicago-based journalist and communications professional with more than 25 years experience. He has been published in Nation’s Business, Vital Speeches of the Day, National Black MBA Magazine, Harvard Business Review, The Quill, N’DIGO, and Dollars & Sense Magazine, among others.
Perkins is the founding editor of the one hundred magazine, Operation PUSH Magazine, the former official publications of the 100 Black Men of America and the Rainbow PUSH Coalition.
Rosa Parks, Walter Cronkite, Smokey Robinson, Quincy Jones, Congressman John Lewis, and many others have been the subject of interviews by the author. Holder of a Juris Doctorate and a journalism degree, Perkins has taught journalism, media law and writing for publication at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
At long last - hard-hitting journalists Cronkite Mapbladder, Crusty Walters and Roy Campbell return to the Wonder Show to offer new insights on everyone's favorite 1980 science fiction movie: Flash Gordon! Will they save every one of us? Can they find the Golden Grail? And most importantly: what do you mean, Flash Gordon approaching?
Sally Marks is a public relations professional and an award-winning journalist who graduated with honors from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. In journalism, she has won awards for news writing, editorial writing and headline writing. Her articles have been published in numerous national, regional and local newspapers and magazines that range from the international Living Buddhism magazine to Arizona’s popular Phoenix Home and Garden. Her screenplays, The Heir, Voices from Hell and Gay for a Day have won five awards and placed in two national and one international competitions. Her first book, Paco el pato, Frank the Duck, is a bilingual children’s novel that was used in the Montessori International School curriculum in Mesa, Arizona. Erase Negativity is her second book. Who wants to be a grouch? Doctors, scientists and spiritual leaders agree that those who live an optimistic life are happier and healthier. But it's a lot easier said that done. Not everyone can instantly switch their attitude to a happier mindset. It is a habit that must be shaped, learned and practiced. That is why she wrote the book Erase Negativity and Embrace the Magic Within was written. Sally will share some great insight with us so be sure and tune in. Her website is www.erasenegativity.com
Sally Marks, is a public relations expert and the owner of Marks Public Relations.. The award-winning journalist graduated with honors from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University and has published articles in a variety of publications from the popular Phoenix Home and Garden magazine to the international publication, Living Buddhism Her screenplays, The Heir, Voices from Hell and Gay for a Day have garnered five awards in local, national and international competitio