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Is it possible for a woman to freeze her eggs or ovarian tissue to use later when she is ready to become a mother? Are there any advantages to freezing eggs when going through IVF? Can frozen eggs be sued for a donor egg IVF cycle. Does it cost less to use frozen eggs for a donor cycle. Is it safe to freeze your eggs? Join our guests, Dr. Dan Shapiro is the medical director of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta and one of the founders of MyEggBank, the nation's larg
Old World Gourmet, OWG, is an upscale food and beverage company that started in 2001 after De’Anna Sullivan and her husband had a lengthy Sunday afternoon chat. They suddenly realized that they had absolutely no time together because of their careers. They talked it over, made some plans and turned in their 2 week notices the next day. De’Anna knew she wanted to do something on her own. De’Anna always had a passion for making and mixing new drinks and flavors. The wheels began to turn quickly in her head as Old World Gourmet was evolving right before her eyes! She slowly began experimenting with products like lemonade mix, sweet tea and hot chocolate. She knew the company needed that one sure thing that would set them apart from any other gift company on the market. Thus, the freezing wine concept was born! The frozen drink idea came when she was putting together new recipes to increase the product line. Freezing wine was a totally OUT OF THE BOX concept! Red wines are served between 50-65 degrees depending on variety, and white wine is typically served between 43-48 degrees again depending on variety which is well above the freezing mark! She started blending together items until she reached the flavor profiles that she fell in love with. OWG and the Vinolicious line of frozen wine mixers are born. De’Anna always says, “If I won the lottery tomorrow, I would still be coming to my office every day creating new and unique items!”
www.owgshoponline.com. OWG products are sold in retail stores across country and online.
We kick off our Women in Snow month with Jeannie Schenderline.
Schenderline is the President of JEFFCO Grounds Maintenance in Anchorage AK. She has been in the snow and ice management business since 1990 and in her current position since 1992.
Anchorage offers its own kind of challenges with JEFFCO servicing customers in a wide variety of weather, from freezing rain storms to 3 foot snow falls all occurring within a 24 hour period. This year was a record breaking year for winter in Alaska with almost two thirds of the year having snowfall.
Northeastern U.S. suffers from freezing temperatures as chances for another major storm increase (Se
Northeastern U.S. suffers from freezing temperatures as chances for another major storm increase. According to NBC News, power was restored to lower Manhattan and some other areas on Saturday, but electricity was still unavailable for 2.5 million homes and businesses as temperatures dropped into the 20s. Temperatures on Sunday and Monday were expected to be even colder just as critical heating oil supplies dwindle. Meanwhile, according to the National Weather Service, chances for a slow-moving
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Make sure to tune in Friday night as UJR explores a polar view on exotics establishing themselves in the US. Many people are often amazed to discover that in several New York City boroughs and nearby cities in NJ, large gregarious flocks of bright green parrots known as Quakers or Monk Parrots fly about the skyline where they've been a fixture for years bringing an exotic touch the Urban landscape and freely reproducing despite the severe & freezing winters of the Northeast. Where as legislation typically looks to eradicate exotics, we'll see how local residents and even lawmakers are fighting to protect this established exotic and how one woman is making it her personal battle to help them. Join us as we speak with Alison Fragale, founder of the Edgewater Parrot Society who has negotiated with lawmakers and even PSE&G in favor of protecting these welcomed exotic city fixtures which don't look like they are leaving anytime soon...
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Kat Calvin is a pioneer of the rarest sort, working diligently to bridge the gap between the digital revolution and cultural stereotypes. Or, as Saturdays host Joy Keys put it, “You’re a black geek girl.” In 2012, Kat founded Black Girls Hack, the first nonprofit hackathon series targeting the African American tech community. And true to fellow geeks everywhere, she doesn’t shy away from the uncool—even when that means freezing her fingers off. “I’m dying to go to Antarctica. Hack with penguins is what I’m gonna do,” she tells Joy. “There are people who go there on really cool scientific journeys. And I just want to go so bad. It’s on my bucket list. It is my bucket list.”
Thomas Haden Church joins host Robin Milling at the Tribeca Film Festival to talk about his film, Whitewash. Thomas, who spends most of his time in balmy Texas, says it was shocking to endure below freezing cold temperatures in the snowy mountains of Montreal. In fact traveling to locations were so remote only snowmobiles could get there. And if the blizzardy conditions weren't dangerous enough, Thomas tells Robin he got frostbite from pelting ice thrown at him from eight-foot turbine fans at 60 miles an hour! Church even considered camping out in the ice cave his character fashions for shelter but the budgetary requirements for looking after him would have been too steep.
Church who now spends most of his time on his ranch in Texas makes movies almost as a side job. His next film is Lucky Them co-starring Toni Collette who is on a quest to search for her long lost rock star boyfriend played by Johnny Depp. Thomas who plays her friend documenting the adventure was courted by Paul Newman for the role. He tells Robin the story of how he received a package from Newman after returning home from shooting Spiderman 3. Enclosed was the script and a letter asking him to star in the film saying he was a Sideways fan. When Paul passed another letter came from Joanne Woodward asking him to stay on the project. Sadly he says he never got the opportunity to meet with Newman, but has their two letters framed together as a memento.
Join the PointClickFish.com team as we welcome back Captain Wild Bill Wichrowski of "Deadliest Catch." We'll get the inside scoop from Wild Bill on what to expect in season 9 of the Emmy Award-winning television show just a few hours before it premieres on Tuesday, April 16 at 9 PM E on Discovery Channel.Forty-foot waves, hurricane force winds, heavy-machinery, and freezing spray are just a few reasons that no season is ever the same on "Deadliest Catch."This season, Wild Bill is at the helm of F/V Cape Caution. Joining the veteran captain on board once again is his son and deckhand Zack Larson. Wild Bill is one of seven skippers fighting the Bering Sea in search of King and Opilio crab. But as the fleet faces off with the raging sea, they are quick to realize that sometimes the most violent storms can come from within.Also on PointClickFish.com, Wild Bill will give us a preview of “The Bait,” a new series of one-hour pre-game shows, beginning at 8 PM E on April 16. “The Bait” will give an inside look at the episode ahead from the captains. They’ll talk fishing, drama, and what to expect on that night’s "Deadliest Catch." And, he’ll talk about his love of sports fishing and some of his wild plans for the off-season.
Welcome back......This Episode will look at how ministries can stunt the growth of the Church as a whole. I am reminded of a game called "Freeze Tag", as I attempt to open eyes and promote us across the nation as church and ministry members to do better, starting with ourselves......I hope you are not the Chaser, freezing up your church and ministry.Please Join me, as God shares his insight through a childhood game, called "Freeze Tag" God Bless....
I have learned a lot from Scott over the years that we have been travelling to Expos together, and I finally got together with him to record a podcast. I have so much to learn about gardening, seeds and the recipe for producing nutritious foods. Take a listen as we chat with Scott from DownToEarthSeeds.com about all things gardening—the how-to and the why-to.
We talk about:
-Intro to Scott from DownToEarthSeeds.com
-What does Scott think as he looks across the industrial food-scape?
-Have we lost a generation of practical food production/preservation knowledge?
-Getting to know what produces what and how—start noticing
-What is the difference between heirloom, hybrid or GMO seeds?
-We may be producing quantity of food in this nation, but the quality is so inferior which leads to obesity, sickness, and inflation of food price
-Heat will kill seeds, for every ten degrees above freezing you lose half your seed life!
-Can you freeze seeds? Yes, but it depends on how you do it.
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