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90-something Nana Miriam and her 20-something granddaughter Hilary will schmooze, recap current events, and bridge the generation gap. Tune in for stories, memories, lessons, and the best 30 minutes of your week!

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Nana and Hilary discuss how to find great gifts for less, handmade holidays, and how to have a great time on a budget. Don't buy Nana See's candy!!

Nana and Hil discuss the impending Thanksgiving holiday, and what it means to Americans, and people around the world. How is the spirit of the holiday season manifesting during these tough economic times? We talk traditions, recipes, and... more

Thanks to Deb for the topic idea. How much have things changed since Nana was a child? Now kids want the latest gadgets, play video games, and their parents cannot say no to buying the newest toy. We talk about strategies to raise your... more

Nana and Hil recap last week's historic election, and talk about what's next. Who will Obama select for his cabinet? What happens to Sarah Palin? We have the first non-white President in America's history. What does it all mean? Weigh in!

Wow, the 2 year journey ends here. Its given us much to talk about on the Nana show. Let's talk about discrimination, The Bradley Effect (so-called) which we think is just racism, internment, laws against interracial marriaged,... more

Nana and Hil recognize we all neeed to tighten our belts during these tough economic times. We have lots of advice about clothes, food, habits, and ways to save money and thrive without throwing a lot of dough around.

My sister is moving back to LA! What does this mean for my family life as I know it? Who knows! Nana has lots of antecdotes about her brother Hank, and how they related. How do older siblings differ in their roles? Chinese first born... more

Oprah had Christina Applegate talk about her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, and Nana wanted to discuss this important issue that affects all of us. Nana had breast cancer 35 years ago and underwent treatment. This affects... more

Nana discusses the women's suffrage movement and describes some facts from that era that we have since forgotten. We talk about the importance of the election, women candidates, and the sacrifices our ancestors went through so... more
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