• 00:45

    Strawberry Flag - October 9, 2009

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    Greetings and welcome to the High Tea episode of Strawberry Flag Radio. Artists from all over the world have joined the veterans and Metabolic Studio team members to help celebrate the Flag's progress.

    Learn what High Tea is all about, this week on Strawberry Flag Radio!

  • 00:30

    Strawberry Flag - August 12, 2009

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    On this week's Strawberry Flag update, we get caught up with the Metabolic Studio team as they continue to transform a quad at the LA Veterans Affair campus into a new vision of an American flag... made, in part, from reclaimed strawberry plants.

  • 00:30

    Strawberry Flag - September 28, 2009

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    On this episode of Strawberry Flag Radio: Joining us for a very special conversation is Congressman Bob Filner, Chairman Committee on Veterans' Affairs in the United States House of Representatives. He answers some of our questions regarding the underused VA campus and exploding population of homeless vets. We get an update from Metabolic Studio Project Manager Rich Nielsen and join in the first "Jam Session," where veterans and Studio staff get together to make strawberry preserves.

    We hear from two vets this week as well. Mike Vest--veteran of US Marines, and Sherry Geeting--Veteran US Army and one of the few female soldiers to have served in Vietnam. She's got quite a tale to tell.

    The sprawling campus that houses Strawberry Flag is a favorite location for film and TV shows. George Larson, Location manager for Grey's Anatomy, explains the pros and cons of shooting at the VA campus.

  • 00:30

    Strawberry Flag - September 11, 2009

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    Episode Three

    This week we learn all about the stationary "spin" bikes that have been installed at Strawberry Flag, and will be used to generate the power needed for the hydroponic water system.

    We also talk with US Veteran James Duncan, who shares his personal VA story and harrowing history.

    Janet Owen Driggs, historian and author, educates us on the history of animal therapy on the VA campus.

  • 00:30

    Strawberry Flag Radio for May 4, 2010

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    On this episode, we cover High Tea 6 at Strawberry Flag. We'll speak with various guests, hear "shout outs" to our vets and troops overseas, find out who won the Golden Egg prize, listen to a reading of The Little Engine Who Could and enjoy the music from a great event!

  • 00:30

    Strawberry Flag - August 5, 2009

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    On the premiere episode of Stawberry FLAG Radio, host Cinny Kennard and FLAG supervisor Rich Nielson walk us through the process of building a working hydroponic strawberry field in the form of an American flag on the campus of the Los Angeles Veterans Affairs.



    Joining us for "Pie Talk" is 10 year Navy veteran Konita Wilks, who served in OEF and OIF during "Shock & Awe." We also talk to Glora Janeck, a veterans widow who donated hundreds of jars to store the strawberry preserves. Finally, composer William Basinski describes the music he created to help the strawberries grow by.


    Artist Lauren Bon and the Metabolic Studio team are working on this piece with both veterans and professionals at the hospital. It is dedicated to the men and women in service to our country. The Metabolic Studio, a direct charitable activity of the Annenberg Foundation, funds Strawberry Flag.


  • 00:31

    SL Strawberry Letters Show 1

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    PEOPLE FROM THE SL COMMUNITY WRITE TO THE SHOW ABOUT A SITUATION THEY NEED ADVICE ABOUT AND WE SIMPLE ANSWER THERE QUESTION LIVE ALSO GIVING U A CHANCE TO CALL IN WITH UR INPUT ND THOUGHTS

  • 00:30

    Strawberry Flag Radio - February 19, 2010

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    Join us at High Tea #4 at Strawberry Flag. Host Geoffrey Gardner speaks with vets and guests attending the event at the Greater Los Angeles Healthcare Campus, including our exciting premiere of the Strawberry Gazette newspaper.

  • 00:30

    Holiday High Tea at Strawberry Flag, December 21, 2009

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    Strawberry Flag hosted a Holiday High Tea in December, and we were there to capture the event. During this episode we will feature "Shout Outs" to troops, music by the all-vet choir New Directions, interviews with High Tea Storytellers and much more.

    Don't forget: Veteran's Preserves strawberry jam is available now at www.veteranspreserves.com

  • 00:26

    Strawberry Radio - June 30, 2010

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    On this episode:
    * A $20 million investment by the VA to house homeless vets
    * A new vet home opens up and Cinny Kennard is there
    * Interviews from High Tea 7
    * A trip to LACMA to hear about Lauren Bon's latest work
    * Plus, learn about the Metabolic Studio's new biodiesel trolley!

  • 01:12

    Daryl & Tracy Strawberry-The Imperfect Marriage with Scott Cluthe Live

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    Live tonight @ 8 EST Scott Cluthe with Daryl & Tracy Strawberry as they discuss their book, The Imperfect Marriage.

    A marriage guidebook for the not-so-perfect marriage—filled with extremely candid, practical, and biblically based principles—proven to make any relationship successful.

    Darryl and Tracy Strawberry admit they have “made every possible mistake you can make in marriage.” Together, this devoted couple has suffered through—and survived—adultery, addiction, financial destruction, and many other all-too-familiar struggles.

    A no-holds-barred account of their personal journey, The Imperfect Marriage provides a step-by-step program that will help you and your partner understand the key issues that could be causing damage in your relationship and recognize turning points on the journey toward marriage restoration. Darryl and Tracy Strawberry know firsthand what it takes to make it through the battle and how to come out victorious. Beginning with putting God at the center, their words will inspire you to transform your marriage into an enduring and vital relationship.

    The Strawberrys keep it real and preach it real. They deal with real people, real problems, and offer solutions for the present. Through candid anecdotes, a great deal of self-awareness, and a true sense of honesty, Darryl and Tracy offer the vision, encouragement, and practical advice that every healthy marriage needs in order to thrive.

     

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