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The Myth of the Yellow Kitchen
Rhoada believed in the myth of the yellow kitchen for a very long time. Yellow is the color of happiness, cheerfulness, the color of life and sunshine and she optimistically painted her first kitchen a bright, canary yellow.
But yellow can fade so quickly. Although Rhoada and her husband were doing all the things they had dreamed of; having children, building careers, developing wonderful friendships, and watching their children grow, it wasn’t enough. The divorce, such a tragedy at the time, changed her life and a new strength emerged. She found the force to get a doctorate when she had no money and three young children, the passion to forge a creative career in higher education, and the power to enjoy the magic and mystery of life. This book will inspire beyond the walls of the kitchen to explore what is possible. Listen in as she tells you about her book and her motivations.
Find her on Merrimackmedia.com/books and Amazon
Rhoada Wald, Ed.D, was a faculty member and administrator at Empire State College, SUNY. Her professional commitments included academic writing and long term consultancies in India, Cyprus, and Israel.
HOW CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IS IMPACTING THE VOICE OF EDUCATION
NACCTEP ( Community College Teacher Ed programs) Executive Director Kim Tobey is joined by Lisa Strahley, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education at SUNY Broome CC.
Training camp is underway and the NY Jets will soon play their first preseason game. Listen to JetNation Radio as Brandon Dowling and Joe Blewett discuss what we have learned in training camp so far. They will also discuss the who stood out during the Green and White scrimmage.
Chris Lopresti from WFAN joins the show and gives his observations on what is going on at Jets Camp.
The Jets have released their depth chart so give us a call and let us know if you agree with who is starting.
Join host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com as she discusses the Bwa Kayiman ceremony with Dr. Jerry Gilles and Yvrose Gilles of www.bookmanlit.com. The Bwa Kayiman ceremony kicked off the Haitian Revolution on August 14, 1791.
Doctor Jerry M. Gilles and Yvrose Gilles are co-editors of Bookmanlit.com a site that promotes study of Haitian-African culture. They have written several books and articles and have lectured at universities and museums. They have appeared on radio and television programs to talk about various aspects of Haitian History and Religion. Their most recent books include Bicentennial: Haiti's Gift to the World and Remembrance: Roots, Rituals, and Reverence in Vodou.
Doctor Jerry M. Gilles, specializes in High Risk Obstetrics. He graduated from Columbia University and obtained his doctorate in Medicine at the SUNY at Stony Brook.
Ms. Gilles obtained her undergraduate degree from Barnard College of Columbia University and obtained a Master of Science degree at Teacher's College of Columbia University. By family tradition, Ms. Gilles is descendant of both Dahomey and Kongo. By genetic analysis, she is also descendant of the Mede people of the Ivory Coast.
New York Jets football is here and JetNation Radio has you covered. Training camp starts on Thursday July 24th and this week Brandon Dowling and Tom Shane take a look at the team as training camp begins.
Give us a call and let us know where you stand on Geno Smith vs Michael Vick and how you think Chris Johnson and Chris Ivory should be handled at running back.
NY Jets football begins this week.
Join us as writer and musician Rick Herrera and writer Steve Howell share how visualization help them to create poetic pieces that inspire all.
Rick is from Brooklyn. NY and wears many hats. In addition to being a poet, he is a comedian, film maker and actor. He received his Bachelors Dergree in Television and Film Arts from Buffalo State College. He is the producer of a short documentary called "One Mic" and won the Audience Choice Award in 2011 at the SUNY Film Festival for a short film. "Ledgermain".
Steve joins us from Arkansas where he was born and raised. he started writing poetry in HS . He had an assignment that required him to write a poem and he remembers killing it, thinking that it was so easy. He looks forward to publishing a book of poetry one day.
When it comes to all things maritime, sometimes one Sal is not enough.
Whatever confession of maritime strategy you adhere to, there is one linchpin that all will survive or fail on - the Military Sealift Command. Our guest for the full hour to discuss the entire spectrum of issues with the MSC will be Salvatore R. Mercogliano, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of History at Campbell University.
Sal is a 1989 graduate of SUNY Maritime College, with a BS in Marine Transportation. He sailed on the USNS Neosho (T-AO 143), Mohawk (T-ATF 170), Glover (T-AGFF 1), Comfort (T-AH 20) during the Persian Gulf War, and John Lenthall (T-AO 189). Ashore, he was assigned to the N3 shop for the Afloat Prepositioning Force and focused initially on Marine Corps MPF vessels, but later working on the new Army program, including the construction and conversion of the LMSRs.
In 1996, he transitioned to his my academic career. Receiving a MA in Maritime History and Nautical Archeology from East Carolina University, focused on the merchant marine in the Vietnam War. He later then went to the University of Alabama and graduated with a Ph.D. in Military and Naval History with his dissertation on entitled Sealift: T
He has taught at Methodist University, East Carolina, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and the U.S. Military Academy, prior to being an Assistant Professor of History with Campbell University since 2010, In addition, since 2008, I have been an Adjunct Professor at the US Merchant Marine Academy teaching a graduate level on-line course on Maritime Industry Policy.
He has been published in the Northern Mariner, Sea History, Naval History, and Proceedings.
Join me Thursday, July 17, 2014, from 10:00am to 10:30am, when I interview and share the music of Alex Hamburger who is a young vocalist and flute player. She resides in the DC area and she attended Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland. She was a member of the Jazz Academy of Washington Orchestra which is directed by tenor saxophonist Paul Carr. Currently Alex is majoring in Jazz Studies at SUNY Purchase in New York. The Blogtalkradio program Jazz Notes strives to keep jazz alive!
This week I am so delighted to welcome two extraordinary Earth-stewards, Tim and Peg Spencer-Behrendt. They are the co-founders and coordinators of the Shawangunk Nature Preserve, a 501©(3), forever wild, deep ecology learning and cultural center protecting and preserving over 500 acres of Alpine wetland forests and meadows in the southwest corner of the Adirondacks Mountains in New York State. Tim holds a bachelor's degree, two masters degrees and counseling and ministerial certification through Denison University, Ohio University, Garrett Theological Seminary, Indiana University and Colgate University. He has been a minister/counselor for over 50 years.
Originally from the dairy farm country of Westmoreland, NY, Peg studied music at SUNY Fredonia, taught Elementary music for a while and met Tim who was a Guidance Counselor and Minister. Dissatisfied with the culture of war, overconsumption and environmental degredation in the 1970's, she embarked with him on a psychic/spiritual journey to find a way of life that made more sense; where peace prevails, reverence for life is practiced, self-sufficiency is optimized, creativity through the arts is encouraged, and the environment is minimally impacted.
They have found their way over the last 40 years through trial and error, patience, determination, sacrifice, hard work, and minimal financial resources. The culmination is a lifestyle of integrity and a sanctuary of over 500 acres where all creatures, all plants, all things are respected and mostly left alone to follow their natural evolution.
Join me at 7 pm Eastern to hear their fascinating story and learn about their sacred and wonderful home of 40+ years.
Join us as we discuss the Jets key needs on offense and defense. We look at what players need to step up to make this a great season. Training camp will here soon & we review the dates, as the Jets have announced practices in Florham Park & Hofstra, in addition to SUNY Cortland.
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