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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Heather Swain to Conversations LIVE's "Breakfast with Books" to discuss her literary journary and her new book HUNGRY.
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In Episode 121 of Fireside Chat, we speak with the creators of The Hungry Hungry Games, a new [unofficial] live parody of The Hunger Games that's currently touring the country. We then go on to celebrate the news that Julianne Moore will be playing President Alma Coin in both installments of Mockingjay. Let us know your thoughts on this casting decision by leaving a comment on our website!
*FYI: We're giving away tickets to the U.S. premiere of Catching Fire! For more details and to find out how to enter, click here.*
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"Turn and look within, realizing that what you need, you already have - that's the real you." - Dr. Robin L. Smith
Tune in as Dr. Robin joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Program to discuss the hunger to be who we are.
Dr. Robin L. Smith is a national television personality, bestselling author, ordained minister, keynote speaker, and licensed psychologist. Dr. Robin’s relationship book, “Lies At The Altar – The Truth About Great Marriages” has been a #1 National Bestseller on the lists of the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and many other publications. Her latest book, “Hungry: The Truth About Being Full,” was released in February, 2013.
Dr. Robin has worked as a national and local television correspondent and appeared numerous times on news and entertainment television and radio programs including, Super Soul Sunday, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Queen Latifah Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, and the Fox News Channel. Dr. Robin is one of the most sought after speakers and relationship experts in the country. In addition to Dr. Robin’s busy media and speaking schedule, she develops seminars and workshops for corporations and organizations nationwide. Visit Dr. Robin's website at www.drrobinsmith.com
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Join The Hungry Goddess in a #WineWednesday adventure with Sommelier, Stephen Rhodes. Steve is going to take us on an adventure of wines and drinking tips from Boones Farm to Burgundy! You can listen AND join in the lively twitter chat on #HGEATS with moderated questions. Have some questions for Steve? Tweet them and he will answer live! Follow @HungryGoddess @HGEATS and @Boones2Burgundy on twitter! The Hungry Goddess Herself, Kimberly F. Moore, is kicking off the
Live your yoga off the mat with John Visnauskas. For the past thirteen years, John Visnauskas, founder of All Faiths Pantry, has been operating a food pantry on wheels. That’s right. Visnauskas is a Northeast Ohio pioneer bringing food to people who have problems leaving home.
All Faiths Pantry (AFP) is a simple and practical program that delivers groceries to elderly people and others with mobility challenges each and every month at no cost to the recipient. AFP envisions an American cultural normalcy where diverse individuals and groups unite to feed those underserved by other hunger relief agencies. AFP is modeling a way that people throughout America can come together and feed those not yet being fed.
House of Harley Talk Radio!!!! Question.....Did you eat today? Are you starving? Did you go to bed starving waiting for your next meal? No I'm not talking about food....but I'm talking about success!!!!! How hungry are you for it?!?!?! Some of us have no goals and desires and when we do, we wait until it's too late!!!! Yes I do believe the time to gain success has an experation date. If you don't get it in your youth, you stand the risk or never gaining success. Agree/Disagree?!?!!?! Join me tonight on House of Harley to discuss Success Hunger and if you are going to make it or not. Where are your priorities? House of Harley Talk Radio. SPECIAL GUEST: One of my favorite rap group GRAND ROYAL (GR)!!!!!! Let's get it!!!!
Blending the sweetness of story with savory culinary adventures, Ellen Kanner's Feeding the Hungry Ghost combines elements of humor, spirituality, cultural food traditions, current science about health and diet, and seasonal recipes in a wildly delicious read. As the Meatless Monday blogger for Huffington Post and a syndicated columnist (The Edgy Veggie), Ellen shares the importance of food that nourishes both heart and soul while supporting a more sustainable approach to raising the food that graces our tables.
The "hungry ghost" of the title is a Tao concept, evoking restless souls still hungry, still seeking, even beyond the grave. Food alone does not satisfy this hungry spirit within each of us, illustrated by the rise in obesity and sense of disconnection from the very food we gobble. Spirituality alone doesn't fulfill all our human needs, either, which is why we need to combine these hungers and learn to eat mindfully, in harmony with our natural seasons and in relationship with our family and wider communities, no matter what form they take. Ellen's stories, centered around the seasons and the moods they evoke, nudge us to think and feel more deeply about how we live now. Ellen knows all the spiritual cheerleading in the world can't get the average person to change their habits, so she offers bait: specifically, delicious vegan recipes from her personal arsenal, many of them re-workings of cultural favorites from around the world.
Feeding the Hungry Ghost addresses questions explored by food and health writers: why are French women thin though they eat cheese, croissants, and drink wine; or how sustainable agriculture and eating locally sourced food can increase your well-being and the well-being of the planet. She describes why simple choices can begin to change habits and alter behavior, how these small steps can lead to a healthier, happier person and healthier, more peaceful planet.
With the holidays full steam ahead, The Hungry Goddess is turning to the most awesome Jenni Field aka Pastry Chef Online for tips on baking basics, the art of the holiday pie and more to make your holiday baking sensational! Don't miss a bite! Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 1:30pm eastern! This is the first in a new series of Hungry Goddess Edible Podcasts! More on The Hungry Goddess About Jenni Field: First and foremost, I am a teacher. I left the formal education field after
Do you make time to cook in an overscheduled world? Can you successfully involve kids in preparing meals? Do you believe that healthy food is difficult to prepare and expensive? Do you connect your meals with the seasons? Do you understand the cultural and spiritual aspects of what you eat?
Tune in as we explore these questions and more with guest, Ellen Kanner! Ellen is an award-winning food writer and author of Feeding the Hungry Ghost: Life, Faith and What to Eat for Dinner. She is also Huffington Post's Meatless Monday blogger and the syndicated columnist Edgy Veggie, is published in Bon Appetit, Eating Well, Vegetarian Times, Every Day with Rachael Ray, and Culinate as well as in other online and print publications. She’s an ardent advocate for sustainable, accessible food, serving on the Miami boards of Slow Food and Common Threads.
When she’s not teaching underserved students to cook and speaking about what we’re hungry for, Ellen takes time to tend her tiny organic vegetable garden, hike in the Everglades, make friends with cows and make dinner with friends. She believes in close community, strong coffee, organic food and red lipstick. A fourth-generation Floridian, she lives la vida vegan in Miami with her husband. Learn more about Ellen at www.ellen-ink.com.
We hope to hear you there--it's going to be scrumptious!
The truth is, God has a banquet prepared for us--a feast of His presence--but we won't have the appetite for it if we have been satisfied with something else. Is something in your life dulling your spiritual tastebuds? Keeping you too stuffed to hunger for the things of God? Prayerfully consider fasting from it – abstaining from it – for a season, to get back in the habit of turning to God to fill your heart and soul.