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    Theater Ten

    in Education

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    Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After

    in Writing

    We are restarting our blog-radio show, "Heroes of Katrina."  Several years ago, we hosted the show under the generous support of Bonnie Kaye ("Books of Excellence"), who provided support for our efforts.


    We are now restarting the show under a thematic of "Ten Years After."  What are the heroes written about in the book, "Katrina:  A Freight Train Screamin'" doing now?  How have their lives changed.  What is new and interesting for them?


    All these questions are important, as Katrina changed many lives in many ways...As always we provide this show to exhibit a perspective of the resiliency of the human spirit.


    As the winds of Katrina blew, lives were changed.  People did what they had to do...and their stories reflect the power of human and perseverance and spirit.


    What better than ten years later do we explore lives affected and re-equlibrated and re-reflected.


    Please join us for an inspirational and reflective discussion on the human spirit as reflected by the changes of lives. 

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    Ten Minutes With Paula - Guest Dr. Dave Morgan: Byrd Alzheimer's Institute

    in Health

    This is a special episode, kicking off the new year with an exciting interview with Dr. Dave Morgan, CEO of the Johnnie Byrd Alzheimer's Institute.


    The USF Health Byrd Alzheimer's Institute is dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care of Alzheimer's disease and related disorders.


    With a state-of-the-art building and a highly qualified team of physicians, memory care specialists, researchers and educators, they are in the forefront of Alzheimer's research and patient care.


    The rapid growth of the Institute and the need for groundbreaking approaches to the care and treatment of patients with memory disorders has led them to develop the concept of the Center for Memory C.A.R.E. (Clinical Assessment, Research & Education). The entire second floor of our Institute is a revolutionary Center that provides the most up-to-date diagnostic and caregiving services to patients and their families in One Place.


    We're very honored to have Dr. Morgan as our guest on this podcast.  Many of us met Dr. Morgan when the Caregivers Support Group did their own field trip to the Johnnie Byrd facility las year.  So, while "Ten Minutes with Paula" is normally a podcast about caregiving, today's episode is about helping you understand what's being done in Alzheimer's research and the incredible work Dr. Morgan and his team are doing to reduce the risk of Alzheimer's.


    For information about the Johnnie Byrd Alzheimer's Institute, please visit their website. If you'd like to find out more about the Cargegiver's Support Group, information about the Friendship Centers is on our website.

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    Ten Minutes of Friendship: Allie Krider Harrison, Collier County Health Clinic

    in Health

    Welcome to the new format for the Friendship Centers' Podcast. For a long time now we've focused on the challenges of caregiving, but there are so many other services the Friendship Centers offer. We're not walking away from helping our listeners with the challenges of being a caregiver, just expanding into different areas where the Friendship Centers have some amazing programs and support for the aging community.


    Our guest today is Allie Krider Harrison, the new Executive Director for the Friendship Centers' Collier County Health Clinic located in Naples, Florida. She's only been on the job a short time, but she "hit the ground running." In this new podcast she gives us some great insight into the Clinic's ability to help the community and some of her goals for the future. This is also part of a "double header" with a blog post by Allie as well. There's a lot going on in Naples and we couldn't be more excited to have Allie on the team!


    These podcasts are all made possible thanks to the support of the Friendship Centers. Their slogan, "People Helping People" couldn't describe them better. It's an amazing group of people totally dedicated to the Southwest Florida communities.


     

  • 00:32

    Ten Steps to a Healthier New Year

    in Food

    Today Laura Theodore the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes the internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health, Dr. Pam Popper to talk about Ten Steps you can take for a Healthier New Year. SEASON FOUR of Jazzy Vegetarian continues to air every Tuesday and Thursday on the CREATE NETWORK and now Season Four of Jazzy Vegetarian airs on WLIW - every Sunday at 2:30PM! Check local listings near you. Autographed copies of Laura Theodore’s cookbooks and the new “Best of Jazzy Vegetarian DVD” are now available at jazzyvegetarian.com. Dr. Pam Popper is a naturopath, an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health the Founder and Executive Director of The Wellness Forum. Dr. Popper is the author of the popular and riveting new book Food Over Medicine and she part of Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s teaching team at eCornell. Learn more: www.wellnessforum.com

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    Ohio State and Big Ten basketball with BT Powerhouse

    in Football

    Ohio State basketball has struggled at times this season, and now could potentially miss the NCAAs entirely if a few things don't go their way. Michigan, Michigan State and Nebraska have also failed to meet expectations. Why? We chat with BT Powerhouse to catch up on all things Big Ten basketball, including why big teams haven't played as well, who makes the tournament, who can get things fixed in time, and more

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    BTP Podcast #16 - Big Ten "Bubble" Teams

    in Basketball

    This week's Podcast focuses on the Big Ten teams perceived to be on the "bubble" for the NCAA Tournament.  Discussion looks at teams like Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan State, and Ohio State.  Special guests from The Crimson Quarry, The Groce Report, and Scout.com.

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    Ten Minutes With Paula: Skip Cohen is today's guest

    in Health

    This Episode: Advance Directives Caregiving is one of the greatest challenges and opportunities most of us experience in a lifetime. 
    Each week Paula Falk moderates a support group of caregivers dealing with the challenges of Alzheimer's. She's helped to provide guidance and a constant reminder to each member they're not alone, that it's okay to feel frustrated, sad, angry, but to not lose sight of their own health and mental wellness.
    Skip Cohen, normally the host of "Ten Minutes With Paula," talks about his mother, who just recently passed away. He describes her advance directive as the greatest gift she could have given her family. Together, he and Paula talk very candidly about Alzheimer's and the last few days of his mother's life.
    Many members of this support group have become good friends and provide a support network. Now, we want to share what we've learned in a series of short podcasts, each one about a tip to help you stay focused on your own health and well-being, as well as the loved one you're caring for.
    Paula Falk is the Director of the Caregiver Resource Center (CRC) and Adult Day Service Program at The Living Room at Senior Friendship Centers’ Sarasota campus. The Caregiver Resource Center is a community collaboration bringing together agencies and businesses offering services and products to help caregivers through one of life’s more challenging times. For more information, call 941.556.3270, email pfalk@friendshipcenters.org, or visit www. friendshipcenters.org.

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    Ten Minutes With Paula: Skip Cohen is today's guest

    in Health

    This Episode: Paula and Skip continue talking about his mother's passing, focusing on Hospice, advance directives and being prepared. Caregiving is one of the greatest challenges and opportunities most of us experience in a lifetime. 
    Each week Paula Falk moderates a support group of caregivers dealing with the challenges of Alzheimer's. She's helped to provide guidance and a constant reminder to each member they're not alone, that it's okay to feel frustrated, sad, angry, but to not lose sight of their own health and mental wellness.
    Skip Cohen, normally the host of "Ten Minutes With Paula," talks about his mother, who just recently passed away. He describes her advance directive as the greatest gift she could have given her family. Together, he and Paula talk very candidly about Alzheimer's and the last few days of his mother's life.
    Many members of this support group have become good friends and provide a support network. Now, we want to share what we've learned in a series of short podcasts, each one about a tip to help you stay focused on your own health and well-being, as well as the loved one you're caring for.
    Paula Falk is the Director of the Caregiver Resource Center (CRC) and Adult Day Service Program at The Living Room at Senior Friendship Centers’ Sarasota campus. The Caregiver Resource Center is a community collaboration bringing together agencies and businesses offering services and products to help caregivers through one of life’s more challenging times. For more information, call 941.556.3270, email pfalk@friendshipcenters.org, or visit www. friendshipcenters.org.

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    Ten Minutes With Paula: Planning for Emergencies

    in Caregiving

    Caregiving is one of the greatest challenges and opportunities most of us experience in a lifetime. 
    In this new episode Paula Falk talks about being prepared for emergencies, not just your loved one, but what if something happens to you as the caregiver?
    Each week Paula Falk moderates a support group of caregivers dealing with the challenges of Alzheimer's. She's helped to provide guidance and a constant reminder to each member they're not alone, that it's okay to feel frustrated, sad, angry, but to not lose sight of their own health and mental wellness.
    Many members of this support group have become good friends and provide a support network. Now, we want to share what we've learned in a series of short podcasts, each one about a tip to help you stay focused on your own health and well-being, as well as the loved one you're caring for.
    Paula Falk is the Director of the Caregiver Resource Center (CRC) and Adult Day Service Program at The Living Room at Senior Friendship Centers’ Sarasota campus. The Caregiver Resource Center is a community collaboration bringing together agencies and businesses offering services and products to help caregivers through one of life’s more challenging times. For more information, call 941.556.3270, email pfalk@friendshipcenters.org, or visit                         www. friendshipcenters.org.
    A new podcast with Paula airs every ten days!

  • Critics Pick Top Ten Films of 2014

    in Movies

    Three noted film critics reveal their TopTen movies of 2014 in this special end-of-year episode. A.J Hakari, Mack Bates and Richard Jack Smith also discuss the most disappointing films of 2014. All three critics have a passion for the cinema and pull no punches with their opinions. AJ, aka The Mad Movie Man, writes reviews for several outlets including Review Express, Classic Movie Guide, ReelTalk Movie Reviews, and his own popular movie blog CineSlice. Mack has written free lance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sental and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee's official film blog. He received a local Emmy for his work on The Robert and Rosie Show. Richard, author of Incidental Gold, reviews films and soundtracks for ReelTalk Movie Reviews. Which films will make it to their Top Ten lists?  Listen and find out!

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