• 01:10

    Senseless Hate, With Rabbi Yossi

    in Spirituality

    We once again welcome Yosef Yitzchok Serebryanski to broadcast, who is known simply to his friends as “Rabbi Yossi.” Behind that simplicity lies a complexity of understanding and analysis of Torah and creation that brings joy and warmth to those who immerse themselves in his teachings. A true friend and confidant to thousands of people who turn to him weekly for guidance and wisdom, Rabbi Yossi is renowned for his compassion and open heart to all who enter his scope. During this broadcast Rabbi Yossi interacts with us regarding senseless hate, with some of the following questions being addressed: (1) What are some of the reasons hatred can come about? (2) Why do people not care about real truth and instead focus on imaginary truth that is man-made? (3) Why is the sound, music, chanting, etc., that people hear so important? (4) It is true that people hate that which they do not understand? (5) Should we try to reason with people who have baseless hatred? (6) It is possible for a person to choose to leave the cycle of senseless hatred and return to reason (and true freedom)? (7) Often when a person feels abandoned or rejected the result is hatred rather than sorrow. Why do you feel this is the case?


    Rabbi Yossi is a major force in his general community. He is on the governor's committee of New York Rising to decide how spend 12 million dollars from the governor of New York in the community as well as connect with other government agencies to make a resilient community. He is part of a committee of NYC Planning from the mayor of New York for Canarsie, being co-founder of Canarsie Strong that deals with all issues of Canarsie to make it a resilient and self- sustaining community and is also Co-founder of Canarsie Blooms, creating the first public organic garden in the community. Rabbi Yossi's website is <http://www.revealingthesoul.com/>.

  • 00:25

    New Roses for 2015 - Weeks Roses - Karen Kemp Docksteader

    in Gardening

    The Rose Chat Podcast is excited to welcome back Karen Kemp-Docksteader of Weeks Roses to talk about an incredible new lineup of roses from Weeks. Known for excellence in rose breeding, Weeks shines once again with this new collection. 



    Above All - Climber
    Ana's Promise - Downton Abbey Collection
    Doris Day - Floribunda
    Neil Diamond - Hybrid Tea
    Take It Easy - Floribunda
    Top Of The World - Climber


    Hear all about these new varieties and much more on this broadcast of the Rose Chat Podcast. 

    About Weeks: 
    Weeks Wholesale Rose Grower is one of the largest commercial rose growers in the United States since 1938. Their top-quality bareroot plants, container plants, dormant plantable pots and liners are sold to nurseries, garden centers, and select mailorder outlets nationwide.

    Weeks Roses offers a unique broad selection of specialty roses - hybrid teas & grandifloras, floribundas, climbing roses, shrublets & shrub roses, miniature roses, tree roses, and All-America Rose Selections - AARS award winners. They produce both budded and own-root plants. For each rose variety, they select the propagation method that ensures maximum plant performance, hardiness and floriferousness in your garden.

  • 00:50

    Stephen Scanniello | New York Botanical Garden | Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden

    in Gardening

    Stephen Scanniello joins us to chat about his role as Curarator of the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden and also efforts to preserve heritage rose varieites through is role as President of the Heritage Rose Foundation. Best known as a hands-on gardener who transformed the Cranford Rose Garden of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Stephen has authored and co-authored several rose books - Roses of America (1990, Holt) and Climbing Roses (1994, Prentice Hall/Horticulture, now Macmillan). Rose Companions (2005, Cool Springs Press) The American Horticultural Society selected a third book, A Year of Roses (1997, Holt) as one of the Ten Best Books in Horticulture for 1997. An updated edition of this award-winning classic was released in May 2006 (Cool Springs Press). His latest book, co-authored with Douglas Brenner, A Rose By Any Name, will tell stories related to rose names. This book, published by Algonquin Books, was released in February 2009.

    Show Links:


    StephenScanniello.com
    New York Botanical Garden - Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden
    Heritage Rose Foundation
     

  • Stephen Scanniello - New York Botanical Garden - Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden

    in Gardening

    Stephen Scanniello is NYBG’s Curator of the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden. The author of six books on roses, his latest is A Rose By Any Name. Stephen is the recipient of the Jane Righter Rose Medal from the Garden Club of America. He gardens in Barnegat, NJ.


    Mr. Scanniello is best known as a hands-on gardener who transformed the Cranford Rose Garden of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden into one of the world’s most acclaimed rose gardens.


    Stephen has co-authored two rose books - Roses of America (1990, Holt) and Climbing Roses (1994, Prentice Hall/Horticulture, now Macmillan). Rose Companions (2005, Cool Springs Press) is about selecting the perfect companion plants for your roses. The American Horticultural Society selected his third book, A Year of Roses (1997, Holt) as one of the Ten Best Books in Horticulture for 1997. An updated edition of this award-winning classic was released in May 2006 (Cool Springs Press). His next book, co-authored with Douglas Brenner, A Rose By Any Name, will tell stories related to rose names. This book, published by Algonquin Books, was released in February 2009.


    Stephen, is a recipient of the GROW (Great Rosarian of the World) Award and currently serves as president of the Heritage Rose Foundation. He is a member of the American Rose Society, Manhattan Rose Society, Dallas Area Historic Rose Society, Heritage Roses Northwest, and Central Florida Heritage Rose Society.

  • 00:30

    SpokenHeard with Thomas Fucaloro and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Thomas Fucaloro's latest book is out now by three rooms press called "It Starts From the Belly and Blooms." He is a founding editor for Great Weather for Media and editor for staten island's new literary magazine NYSAI. He teaches poetry workshops at the NEON Bronx Probation Center, Writopia Lab, The Acorn Youth Treatment Center and the Staten Island LGBTQ Community Center. He just received his MFA in creative writing from the New School. He has a new chapbook coming out soon through Tired Hearts Press called "Mistakes Disguised as Stars".

  • 01:06

    Healthy Humans─Healthy Earth, With Rabbi Yossi

    in Spirituality

    The Sage Crossroads' co-hosts welcome Yosef Yitzchok Serebryanski to our Sunday, October 24th, broadcast, who is known simply to his friends as “Rabbi Yossi.”  Behind that simplicity lies a complexity of understanding and analysis of Torah and creation that brings joy and warmth to those who immerse themselves in his teachings.  A true friend and confidant to thousands of people who turn to him weekly for guidance and wisdom, Rabbi Yossi is renowned for his compassion and open heart to all who enter his scope.  In his professional career Rabbi Yossi is a teacher, lecturer, published author, spiritual healer, professional counselor and guide.  In his daily life he is just Rabbi Yossi-a highly perceptual and loving friend to all.

    Rabbi Yossi is a major force in his general community.  He is on the governor's committee of New York Rising to decide how spend 12 million dollars from the governor of New York in the community as well as connect with other government agencies to make a resilient community.   He is part of a committee of NYC Planning from the mayor of New York for Canarsie.  He is a co-founder of Canarsie Strong that deals with all issues of Canarsie to make it a resilient and self- sustaining community and is head of developing block associations in Canarsie.  He is also Co-founder of Canarsie Blooms, creating the first public organic garden in the community and continuing with teaching about organic gardening in the schools and in the community.  He is constantly aware of the international, national, community and family issues and balancing all including posting an in depth weekly article on his website, <http://www.revealingthesoul.com>

  • 01:02

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Tune in via website  www.chatinthegarden.com or call in 347-989-8385. Tuesday, August 19th  at 11:30 am est. meet and chat with Portia Hoeg, Director of Athletics and Recreation at Allegheny College in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith where Significance Blooms.


    Portia Hoeg was named director of athletics and recreation at Allegheny College on December 8, 2011. Prior to her appointment as Allegheny AD, Hoeg served as the associate director of athletics at Lake Forest College, which is a member of the highly competitive Midwest Conference.  Hoeg recently served as vice chair of the NCAA Division-III Management Council, while she is also a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA) and the National Association of Division-III Athletic Administrators (NADIIIAA). 
    Her record of service in administration was honored in December 2008, as she was the inaugural recipient of the NADIIIAA Emerging Athletic Administrator award for exemplary achievement and service as an emerging athletic administrator and leader in Division III intercollegiate athletics.

  • 00:53

    A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Tune in via website  www.chatinthegarden.com or call in 347-989-8385. Tuesday, August 12th  at 11:30 am est. meet and chat with Tonia Walker, Director of Athletics for the Rams of Winston-Salem State University in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith where Significance Blooms.


    Tonia Walker has been an integral part of the Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics for more than a decade and has occupied nearly every administrative position within the department, but can now be officially called WSSU’s Director of Athletics.


    Mrs. Walker has just currently finished her second stint as Interim Director of Athletics. Walker’s first stint as Interim Director of Athletics came on February, 9, 2009 and served at the head of the WSSU Department of Athletics for the better part of 11 months before returning to her role as the Associate Director of Athletics in January of 2010 following the installation of Director of Athletics, Bill Hayes.


    In addition to her duties as the Rams’ Associate Director of Athletics she has also served as the Senior Woman Administrator, a role that she has occupied for nine years.


    She has been a member of the WSSU Athletics staff since August of 2000 and will enter into her 14th year of service to Winston-Salem State University in 2010-11 making her the most senior administrator in the WSSU Athletic Department.

  • A Chat in the Garden

    in Self Help

    Tune in via website  www.chatinthegarden.com or call in 347-989-8385. Tuesday, August 12th  at 11:30 am est. meet and chat with Tonia Walker, Director of Athletics for the Rams of Winston-Salem State University in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith where Significance Blooms.


    Tonia Walker has been an integral part of the Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics for more than a decade and has occupied nearly every administrative position within the department, but can now be officially called WSSU’s Director of Athletics.


    Mrs. Walker has just currently finished her second stint as Interim Director of Athletics. Walker’s first stint as Interim Director of Athletics came on February, 9, 2009 and served at the head of the WSSU Department of Athletics for the better part of 11 months before returning to her role as the Associate Director of Athletics in January of 2010 following the installation of Director of Athletics, Bill Hayes.


    In addition to her duties as the Rams’ Associate Director of Athletics she has also served as the Senior Woman Administrator, a role that she has occupied for nine years.


    She has been a member of the WSSU Athletics staff since August of 2000 and will enter into her 14th year of service to Winston-Salem State University in 2010-11 making her the most senior administrator in the WSSU Athletic Department.

  • 00:15

    Bloom with CCChicks

    in Comedy

    From the fertilizer of life comes beautiful blooms! Come share coffee and some laughs with Christian Comedy Chicks as they give praise for the blooms and the fertilizer. Follow the flight on facebook/ChristianComedyChicks.

  • 00:33

    Great Rosarians of the World - Danielle Hahn - Organically Grown Roses

    in Gardening

    Great Rosarians of the World Honoree 2014 - Danielle Hahn


    This year's honoree is Danielle Hahn, owner of Rose Story Farms in Carpinteria, California. Mrs. Hahn and her family currently grow 25,000 rose bushes of 120 different varieties with a solid organic focus for the cut flower trade and the local Santa Barbara and Montecito market.

    She has successfully combined her passion for roses into a small business that combines her love of rose growing and her personal contacts in her upscale market. Dani has proven the viability of the small boutique rose nursery and small organic farm and provides a wonderful example for the future of the industry. She has managed to provide her clients with beautifully grown, fragrant, and colorful blooms while expanding to offer educational tours which help educate her audience with the knowledge to grow healthy roses successfully.


    Danielle Hahn is being honored as the 2014 Great Rosarian for her work developing a strong example for the small organic rose growing farm and her willingness to share her love of the rose with everyone she meets.


    Learn more about Great Rosarians of the World


    Visit Rose Story Farm Online
     

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