• 01:58

    Grind Dining - A New Experience and Food Choice For Those With Dementia

    in Caregiving

    Alzheimer's Speaks Radio gives voice to all trying to improve the world for those living with dementia.


    Today we have to top chefs with us who have been touched by dementia and decided to make a difference.  Stone Morris  and Sarah Gorham created "Grind Dining,"  a new way to experience food and allow those living with dementia to maintain their independence and dignity as long as possible. 


    Also joining the conversation will be Deb Osterhaudt, the VP of Sales and Marketing of the Arbor company who has implemented Grind Dining into their residential experience. This is a fascinating and exciting concept!  Come listen and join the conversation.


    Grind Dining Website


    Email Chef Morris and Chef Gorham


    The Arbor Company


    The second half of the show will be OPEN MIC!  We always love to hear what's on your mind regarding dementia and caregiving.  Do you have an idea for a radio show.  Call in and lets start talking.


    For more information on dementia and caregiving check out our website at www.AlzheimersSpeaks.com

  • 01:00

    Dining in Prince George's County: Problems and Promise

    in Dining

    "What do you want to eat?" It's a loaded question in Prince George's County where 70% of the restaurants are fast food. National Harbor, various town centers, and some stand alone restaurants offer promise but, in the meantime, how does a resident eat authentic? Where do you go for dining when you just don't feel like driving into DC? What does the county have to offer and what would you like to see here?  Let's talk about it Tuesday night at 7:30pm.  Ceemac of PGC Blog, Kent S. Digby, Vice President, National Harbor Operations, Quianne Perrin of FLYCANDY Communications Agency and Taste of Prince George's, and Tonia Wellons, founder and managing director of Prince George's County Social Innovation Fund bring you information and invite you to join in a discussion on dining options in the county.
     

  • 01:00

    "Dining for 1?"

    in Relationships

    Dining for one saves time and money. Ladies, when you walk into a restaurant and see a man dining alone, what’s the first thought that comes to mind ? After my divorce I dined alone for years at my favorite restaurant J. Alexander’s in Michigan and also in Houston after moving there. My favorite moments were when I had time to reflect and think. 


    Fellas if you’re always out on a date with a woman; how will you ever know yourself?


                               "Dining for 1?"


    Join the Conversation on Friday, February 21st at 7pm (CST), only at www.blogtalkradio.com/conversationswithtrent or listen/call in at (347) 857-1170 


    #Blogtalkradio #TaylorKennediemedia #somecallmetrent 


     


     


     


    " What are ladies thinking as they sit for happy hour?"

  • 00:54

    #105: Eating Paleo while traveling and dining out

    in Nutrition

    Diane and Liz discuss some recent experiences while traveling and dining out - some pitfalls, what to look out for, some places where gluten hides, when to make concessions and when to stick to your strict plan, and more. Enjoy! 

  • 00:29

    Bath Times & Frugal Dining

    in Moms and Family

       You may notice a whole new look at Messy Moms Radio because in light of the new year we are sprucing up a bit and making our show even better than ever!    Today we are discussing Bath Times. This oh so fun ritual we have for bathing our children (and ourselves in the process), how to get your child into the tub, no more tears shampoos (do they really work?), and when to stop helping your child bathe. We are also talking about Frugal Dining. We will be sharing our tips and tricks on dining out at restruants, especially as a family. We would be happy to hear your tips, so go ahead and call in!    Our News story today is about a little girl who was put up for adoption by her mother. The mother was married to the girls father but failed to tell him about the adoption. Listen to our show to hear more on this story. Remember, If at anytime during our segments you have a question or comment Just call into our show by dialing the call in # listed below. You can also leave questions on our blog or email and we will read them during the next show.  
    The Call In # is 1-914-803-4038
     
    Thanks for tuning in!
     

  • 00:48

    Lexington: Kentucky Bourbons and Bluegrass Dining

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Lexington, Kentucky, the heart of the bourbon industry that has been here since the earliest days of America. We’ll travel through the rolling hills of the Bluegrass country to visit Buffalo Trace Distillery and also go to several restaurants where chefs are using bourbon in recipes where they make new twists on traditional Southern recipes. We’ll also go back in time to the 19th Century at Shaker Village, where the history is accompanied by timeless recipes from that era. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:48

    Lexington: Kentucky Bourbons and Bluegrass Dining

    in Travel

    Join Travel Brigade in Lexington, Kentucky, the heart of the bourbon industry that has been here since the earliest days of America. We’ll travel through the rolling hills of the Bluegrass country to visit Buffalo Trace Distillery and also go to several restaurants where chefs are using bourbon in recipes where they make new twists on traditional Southern recipes. We’ll also go back in time to the 19th Century at Shaker Village, where the history is accompanied by timeless recipes from that era. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.

  • 00:04

    YMM PM - Ditching The Dining Room

    in News

    Is there a better use for traditional dining rooms? And the beneficial impact of foreign scientists on local wages. WSJ's Bill Fantini reports.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Patricia Fuqua of Dating Diamonds

    in Relationships

    Menlo Park, CA – Both men and women possess a fundamental need to be in a relationship that feels supportive and loving. Studies have shown that people in stable relationships thrive in terms of their physical, mental, emotional and financial health.


    Patricia Fuqua is a dating and relationship coach and the founder of Dating Diamonds, a coaching practice dedicated to helping IT & Engineering singles find loving relationships through dining, coaching and matchmaking. As a coach, Patricia brings the experience earned over 40 years with her beloved husband, paying forward the truths and principles of great relationships to help her clients find peace, health and harmony.


    “It’s not just about matching characteristics, but rather how do you want to feel when you’re with a person and what kind of experience do you want to have,” says Patricia. “That’s what I offer in core to my clients: the ability to be self-aware so they know their feelings and they know what they want to experience. People want gorgeous juicy relationships. I show them how.”


    In Silicon Valley where Dating Diamonds is based, many of Patricia’s clients are actually quite accomplished professionally. They want relationship stability, but they’ve spent so much time developing their career it’s difficult to shift their priorities, especially if they don’t have someone to guide them or some way of knowing how to do it.


    “My clients often ask me, ‘Where are all the good men?’ ‘Where are all the good women?’ Well, how many do you need? Just one? We can manage that,” says Patricia. “Love is all around us. We just need to focus to bring it into our own life.”


    For more information on Dating Diamonds, visit www.datingdiamonds.com

  • 00:31

    My Journey of Faith

    in Women

    Today's Show: Join us today at 1:30 CST as Cynthia's guest Kelly Master the director of Dining for Dignity talks about human trafficking and sexual exploitation.  Kelly says, "Ignorance is no longer ignorance once you know the facts; it then becomes a choice.”


     


     


    Links:http://www.diningfordignity.org


    http://www.emergeladies.org.


    http://myjourneyoffaith.com


    https://www.facebook.com/MyJourneyOfFaithRadio

  • 00:05

    Wine Dining Blog Radio

    in Wine

    A review of Tim Hanni Master of Wine's Book Why you like the wine you like

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