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  • 00:29

    Lisa Condie of A Better Way to Italy and the Huffington Post

    in Travel

    Some of us think about making changes in our life; few of us actually do it, Lisa Condie is a shining example of not only doing it, but doing it so well you can't help smiling each time you think of her.  The best part is you can join Lisa on a tour with A Better Way to Italy through Tuscany and the Cinque Terre any time you'd like.


    Imagine walking the beautiful streets of Cortona, horseback riding, yoga, shopping, wine tasting, or just relaxing at the most beautiful, hand-selected locations in Italy.


    Lisa not only offers you the chance to tour with her and Sarah, you can read along with Lisa as a contributing writer at the Huffington Post on all things Italy.


    Be sure to do the following:  Visit A Better Way to Italy's site, book a tour directly on their site or on the Italy Travel Marketplace, and last, but not least follow Lisa on Huffington Post.

  • 01:17

    The Huffington Post's "Gay Voices" Speak Loudly

    in Current Events

    In this episode of SnowbizNow, Nicholas Snow welcomes back to the show Noah Michelson, editor of the extremely popular Gay Voices section of The Huffington Post, where Snow himself is a featured blogger. Noah gives his perspective of the top LGBT stories of 2013, as well as his predictions for 2014.


    This episode of SnowbizNow is presented by POWER UP in support of their latest feature film written by Angela Robinson (True Blood Co-Executive Producer), GIRL TRASH: All Night Long, based upon the very popular web series from Showtime.


    Join the New Nicholas Snow Live Facebook Group and follow @TheNicholasSnow on Twitter!  To learn how to interact with Nicholas Snow Live, click here, and for everything Nicholas Snow, visit www.SnowbizNow.com.

  • 01:05

    The Huffington Post's Gay Voices Editor Noah Michelson

    in Entertainment

    In the season premiere of SnowbizNow, Nicholas Snow welcomes back to the show Noah Michelson, editor of the extremely popular Gay Voices section of The Huffington Post, where Snow himself is a featured blogger. Noah gives his perspective of the top LGBT stories of 2013, as well as his predictions for 2014.


    This episode of SnowbizNow is presented by POWER UP in support of their latest feature film written by Angela Robinson (True Blood Co-Executive Producer), GIRL TRASH: All Night Long, based upon the very popular web series from Showtime.


    Follow Nicholas Snow on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and at SnowbizNow.com, and discover his riveting new living-powerfully-with-HIV memoir, Life Positive: A Journey to the Center of My Heart, at LifePositiveBook.com.

  • 01:02

    Rob Watson: LGBT Dad and Activist

    in LGBT

    Rob Watson is one of the foremost gay dad activists on the scene today. He is a blogger on evolequals.com and regular contributor for the Huffington Post, LGBTQ Nation, Gay Star News, The Next Family and others. He is editor of the Dads and Families section of The Good Men Project and co-host of the Out in SantaCruz radio show. He lives in Santa Cruz with his partner and two sons.


    Call in 323 657-1493 to ask questions and join in the fun!

  • 00:32

    National Work and Family Month: Dr. Trevicia Williams Reacts to Huffington Post

    in Business

    October is National Work and Family Month designed to communicate and celebrate the progress towards creating healthier and more flexible work environments. Psychologist, Dr. Trevicia Williams reacts to Huffington Post's Reasons Working Families Need Work Flexibility as well as trending news about Facebook and Apple paying for women to freeze their eggs...the real message. The objective of the Work and Family campaign is to keep employers mindful of the business benefits of supporting work-life effectiveness programs. However, Dr. Trevicia introduces alternative ways for families to have more flexibility. 


    Her guest for today is Barbara Chandler, a brand partner with Nerium International. Behind every product, service or opportunity is a person. Listen as she talks about ways families can achieve balance and success today!

  • 00:30

    Loving Midlife Without the Crisis

    in Lifestyle

    Midlife can be a crazy time for many adults. Bodies change, hormones, preparing for retirement, etc. For many midlife brings new life, vigor, and for many an insatiable desire to do more. Why not? Many are now becoming empty nesters. Then there are those who face the challenges of becoming caretakers and struggle with the emotional stress that comes with it.


    It's Freedom Friday and Linda wraps up the week by welcoming Maura Sweeney, author, speaker and Huffington Post blogger to the show. Linda and Maura will discuss finding creative ways to master and enjoy "living happy inside and out". They'll share personal experience as well as tips to Loving Midlife Without the Crisis.


     


     

  • 00:53

    January Jones- Why Nice Guys Finish First?

    in Self Help

    Nice Guys Finish First by Doug Sandler


    Written by an entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience building a successful business as a professional speaker, writer, entertainer and social media influencer, Doug brings his passion and lifestyle of being a Nice Guy to the pages of Nice Guys Finish First. Not only does the book tell Doug's story, but he provides the lessons he learned along the way.


    Doug's popular writings can be found on Huffington Post, and on his website at www.DougSandler.com Doug graduated with a journalism degree in 1986 from the University of Maryland. His customer service style of being Mr. Nice Guy has become legendary as a part of how he has serviced well over 3,000 clients since graduating from college. As an entertainer, a career changing performance in 1992 was at the foundation of Doug's Nice Guy system of Invest, Inspire and Execute. Since then, Doug has realized the importance of putting relationships before products and services. His clients couldn't agree more. This is Doug's first book and he is excited to bring his system to readers in every industry and every position.

  • 00:25

    Welcome - Ken Solin - Author & Columnist - Replay

    in Romance

    Author and columnist Ken Solin is a boomer Dating Expert for The Huffington Post, AARP, About.com, and Maria Shriver, and also writes about boomer sex and relationships. Ken’s new book, The Boomer Guide To Finding True Love Online offers real-life boomer dating solutions based on Ken’s online dating experience and the experiences of tens of thousands of readers who comment on his articles. His relationship philosophy is simple. “You can’t think your way through a relationship. You have to feel your way.”


    Ken’s website: http://www.kensolin.com


    Ken’s new book: http://amzn.to/1uhvOMJ

  • 00:25

    Welcome - Ken Solin - Author & Columnist

    in Relationships

    Author and columnist Ken Solin is a boomer Dating Expert for The Huffington Post, AARP, About.com, and Maria Shriver, and also writes about boomer sex and relationships. Ken’s new book, The Boomer Guide To Finding True Love Online offers real-life boomer dating solutions based on Ken’s online dating experience and the experiences of tens of thousands of readers who comment on his articles. His relationship philosophy is simple. “You can’t think your way through a relationship. You have to feel your way.”


    Ken’s website: http://www.kensolin.com


    Ken’s new book: http://amzn.to/1uhvOMJ

  • Lets Talk "C. Streetlights

    in Pop Culture

    Huffington Post Columnist Rachel Thompson and writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz host Lets Talk


     


    Tonight's guest Is "C. Streetlights


     Tea and Madness is a collection of narrative essays and poetry I've written over a period of time, about three years, in which I my life really fell apart in almost every possible. I would be dishonest if I said it had been perfect before, nobody's life is no matter how it looks, but man... even when I was pulling pieces together for this project I couldn't believe it was over.
    And at the same time, this horrible time is over! It's amazing! It doesn't mean I'm still not healing from all these experiences but the actual crisis chatter is over. 
    Ultimately, this is what is so important for other women to know. There are enough "self-help" books on the markets. They are useful and helpful and have their place. I want to celebrate the chaos and messiness that makes us human. Women are hard enough on themselves; we just need to accept that the water has to boil like a tempest before it can settle to the right temperature that brings out the flavor in tea leaves.

  • 00:31

    Rachel Weston - Author of “New Jersey Fresh: Four Seasons From Farm to Table”

    in Radio

    Since NJ is the Garden State, Jersey Fresh takes on a special meaning for those who choose to buy their fruits and veggies locally. Seasonal abundance can be found at the scores of farmer’s markets throughout the state. What’s that you say? You don’t know where to find the nearest farmer’s market and don’t even know the difference between an acorn squash and a fava bean? And how do I cook rhubarb and what do I do with all those blueberries?  Problem solved. Chef and culinary instructor Rachel Weston is on the case. Weston is an award-winning journalist with over 20 years of experience as a writer, editor and multimedia content producer. Her work has been in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, The Gutsy Gourmet column in The Star-Ledger, NJ.com, and Chow.com among others. In 2008, Rachel followed her passion, attended culinary school, and ultimately worked the line at a fine dining restaurant, and was the founding chef at the first pay-what-you-can community cafe on the East Coast. Rachel’s book is New Jersey Fresh: Four Seasons from Farm to Table. It’s a collection of recipe ideas and tips for over 50 types of locally grown produce available at NJ farmer’s markets. She spotlights several markets and offers insights on fruits and veggies, from bok choy and fava beans to blueberries, corn, tomatoes, and peaches. Rachel takes the guesswork out of buying locally and is committed to teaching home cooks about using local and seasonal foods in their kitchens. “I wanted it to be a guide you could throw in your market bag,” she says. The book includes a listing of over 100 farmer's markets in NJ. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.