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Call Your Nana

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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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Have our ethics deteriorated over the years? Or are there just more bloggers and photographers around to note our indiscretions? We talk thank you notes, hospitality, and common sense. Special guest!

Careers, professions, graduate school, and dreams. It seems Hil's generation spends more time mulling over these ideas, and less time going straight into a career. Its said we will change jobs more than 6 times. Nana, has it always been... more

Both Nana and her granddaughter Hil are quite fashionable, but there have been trying times. We talk about fashions through the years, call in with your worst fashion mistake!

Hil and Nana discuss holiday traditions through the years. How did Nana celebrate the holidays as a youngster? What traditions should we preserve? Grab a latte and get comfy with the gals!

Nana and I are a couple of hams. What give someone the desire to perform? We also talk some of the pressures of fame, and recent plastic surgery scandal.

Nana and I swap experiences with gambling and observations of Las Vegas. Spice up your life with Hil and Nana!

While we ponder the upcoming election, its important to remember that women have ruled many countries before. From Golda Meir to the recently elected Cristina Fernandez Kirchner of Argentina, we discuss the office of the President... more

We're talking coasts. Yes, we are aware there are other places in the country, but both Nana and Hil have lived on both coasts and we want to compare them. Join us and share!

Yes, that pretty much sums it up. In this time when Southern California is once again burning to a crisp, Nana and Hil share their experiences with fire. Join us!

In Nana's day, schooling was serious business. Those teachers kept you in line at all costs. Nowadays, we have schools with no grades, no requirements, and no order. Join us in the chat room or on air!!
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