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Do you long to connect with your teens on a deeper level? Yearn to be there for them in their life-is-too-big moments? Want to share life lessons with them – without sounding like an afterschool special? Then you’re in the right place! Join The Ish Girl (aka Amy Kelly) as she uses Young Adult books to tackle important issues facing teens today. Using fiction, Amy will give you parenting tools to broach a variety of hot topics, and lay a foundation of trust and communication with your teen. F ...
 
Mike and Sarah are journalists obsessed with the past. Every week they reconsider an event, person or phenomenon that's been miscast in the public imagination.
 
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Midday on WYPR
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Monday-Friday from noon-1:00, Tom Hall's talking about what's on your mind, and what matters most to Marylander's: the latest news, local and national politics, education and the environment, popular culture and the arts, sports and science, race and religion, movies and medicine. We welcome your questions and comments. E-mail us at midday@wypr.org.
 
This podcast is dedicated to made for television movies and other forms of classic TV! Brought to you by Amanda Reyes (Made for TV Mayhem), Daniel R. Budnik (Bleeding Skull: A 1980s Trash Horror Odyssey), and Nathan Johnson (The Hysteria Continues), plus a few special guests who appear from time to time. With reviews, retrospectives and more, this podcast is your best source for classic television love!
 
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Backchat
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Backchat is RTHK Radio 3's current affairs programme with expert panels and listener participation. It airs every weekday from 8.30am-9.30am. Have your say by calling us on 233 88 266, Backchat's Facebook , or send us a message at backchat@rthk.hk Catch it live:Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.30am (*except holidays) Podcast: Daily update and available after its broadcast.
 
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Sherri Jefferson
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2019 - CONVERSATIONS WITH SHERRI JEFFERSON. Unlock Your Potential.Each episode is informative, inspiring, and innovative. Explore issues and challenges facing our homes, schools, and communities. Call 646-727-2566 LISTEN LIVE, ITUNE OR ON DEMANDMore about Sherri Jefferson#FemaleNOTFeemalewww.SherriJefferson.com www.SherriJeffersonPublishing.com
 
What in the world is going on in the tutoring industry? Do you want to expand your tutoring business? Are you ready to take your tutoring business online? Are you looking to become a better tutor? The Tutor Outreach Radio hosted by Dr. Alicia “Alise” Holland, is a globally syndicated radio show that focuses on new trends, tutoring strategies, business strategies, research results, and sharing practical experiences in the fields of Education, Leadership, Tutoring, and Coaching. Our bi-weekly ...
 
Comedian and high school teacher Orlando Baxter sits down with guest to discuss the ups and downs of school, work, and life.
 
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MomAdvice
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MomAdvice.com is a community for families with tips on money-saving, recipe ideas, home management tips, and creative parenting advice.
 
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How do you create a sustainability plan for a building that wasn't designed with the environment in mind? This challenge isn't unique to the University of Pittsburgh campus, but it's one they hope to tackle with a sustainability plan guided by the former director of the Green Building Alliance, Aurora Sharrard.…
 
Learning coding in schools has become more commonplace, but as kids get older, teaching more complex topics can pose a challenge. Not all teachers have computer science backgrounds, and there are no statewide requirements for what a programming curriculum should look like.By kdavis@wesa.fm (Kathleen J. Davis).
 
Today a conversation with Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh.In 2017, the general assembly gave Mr. Frosh the power to sue the Trump administration. They did so over Gov. Larry Hogan’s objection. Last year, Mr. Frosh filed or joined at least 14 different lawsuits against the President. He and the attorney general of the District of Columbia ...…
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 13 °F, and highs today won’t make their way above freezing. Warmer, and wetter, weather returns over the next couple of days. Water cooler Apology time! This past Friday, I said I was skeptical of a new report out of VCU’s Center for Urban and Regional Analysis because I disagreed with the methodology they used for a pre ...…
 
We're kicking off 2019 with a retrospective on Michael Parks' interesting small screen career. We look at Escape from Bogen County (1977) and The China Lake Murders (1990)... and there's a bit of talk about Parks' thick, luxurious hair. Hey, it's how we do. Anyway, here you go! We hope you enjoy!We'll be back towards the end of February, and al ...…
 
On this special edition of Midday observing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, 2019, three conversations around three areas that defined Dr. King’s work: economic justice; non-violent resistance and dreaming of a future where hard work and talent are rewarded, without regard to race. Later in the broadcast (and posted sequentially on our Webpage and ...…
 
On this Martin Luther King Day, Midday's special edition celebrates the man who brought the philosophy of non-violent protest to a broad public. It seemed to us a good time to update you on the story of Elizabeth McAlister, who has devoted her life to the cause of non-violence. Elizabeth McAlister is a former nun who was married to Philip Berri ...…
 
As we conclude this MLK Day Edition of Midday, Tom introduces us to a young student from Commodore John Rogers Middle School in Baltimore. Charlie Grace Martin is 11 years old. She is in the fifth grade, and she is the winner of the 2nd annual Dream Big Essay Contest. The contest is sponsored by the Modell Lyric. Baltimore City School Students ...…
 
SETpoint is a Pittsburgh-based group offering specialized self-defense training for those who experience the threat of gender-based violence, serving groups both nationwide and here at home.By cayers@wesa.fm (cayers).
 
Nearly a year after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, students at the University of Pittsburgh marked his birthday by demanding diversity. Five decades later, university leaders acknowledge it is a persistent challenge.By sschneider@wesa.fm (Sarah Schneider).
 
In this episode, I chat with Ellie Symes, founder and CEO of Bee Corp, a corporation with the mission to empower growers and beekeepers by delivering data analytics into beehive health. The data they provide helps commercial scale growers ensure effective pollination of their crops. Bee Corp started a couple years ago, and their first product w ...…
 
Proper classroom accommodations for students on the autism spectrum can be hard to come by. One local group hopes to provide better access to environments where students have the best chance at a good education.By mharris@wesa.fm (Megan Harris).
 
On today's Newswrap, an update on the partial government shutdown and the Trump-Pelosi showdown. Giuliani backpedals on comments about collusion and details from the Buzzfeed News report that President Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress CBS News Correspondent Paula Reid, whose beats include the White House and the Justice Departmen ...…
 
Acclaimed classical violinist Jennifer Koh joins us live from the studios of NPR in New York City. Not only is she a virtuoso player, she is one of the great champions of contemporary composers, having commissioned more than 70 works from a brilliant and diverse group of composers from all over the world. Ms. Koh will be playing a concert on Su ...…
 
At the center of the government shutdown is President Trump’s proposal for a steel border wall. Trump pitched it as a big opportunity for steel companies.By lperkins@wesa.fm (lperkins).
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 36 °F, and today you can expect highs near 50 °F. Soak it up, because the rain returns this weekend and cold temperatures arrive on Sunday. Water cooler Ned Oliver at the Virginia Mercury has the disappointing but predictable gun bill update from the General Assembly. Everything, even a gun violence proposal supported by ...…
 
Near downtown Pittsburgh, along the 10th Street Bypass and Allegheny riverfront trail, large metal rings that look like giant doorknockers are fixed to retaining walls. They’re rusty and discolored after decades of enduring the city’s weather.By kblackley@wesa.fm (Katie Blackley).
 
Kamara Townes, who goes professionally by Wavy Wednesday , is an emerging artist who uses satire in her work to explore pop culture and racism. She uses bright colors and draws on cultural symbols like Barbie to confront social justice through her work.By mharris@wesa.fm (Megan Harris).
 
Change is coming to the corner of Liberty Avenue and Main Street, the gateway to Pittsburgh's Bloomfield neighborhood.By mkrauss@wesa.fm (Margaret J. Krauss).
 
Today, the history of humor in the African American community. Tom's guest is Dr. Janette Dates, a former Dean of the Howard University School of Communications . With her colleague, Dr. Mia Moody Ramirez, Dr. Dates has written a book that traces the evolution of Black humor from African story tellers to modern day icons of popular culture. The ...…
 
Midday theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom for another of her weekly reviews of the region's thespian fare. Today, she's talking about Thank You, Dad, the world premiere of Baltimore playwright Aladrian C. Wetzel’s trilogy of short plays based on the life of the Reverend Jim Jones, the notorious founder of the ill-fated religious cult, The ...…
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 30 °F, and today you can expect highs around 40 and plenty of clouds. Seems glum. Water cooler Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a national day of service, and there are lots of ways for you to get involved and give back. The Community Foundation has a post up highlighting a couple of easy ways to do exactly that—if ...…
 
The British Parliament has spoken, loudly, rejecting the Brexit deal that British Prime Minister Theresa May negotiated with leaders of the European Union. NPR London correspondent Frank Langfitt joins Midday with the latest from London.
 
The Consumer Electronics Show took place in Las Vegas last week. More than 4,500 vendors spread over 2.7 million square feet, most vying to be “the next big thing.” It’s Midday on Tech, and our annual look at what caught people’s attention, and what wild new gadget may just become the thing that everybody has in a few years. Will it be the brea ...…
 
Republican changes to the 2018 tax code moved the target for Americans hoping to itemize charitable donations. The higher threshold—now $12,000 for single filers, up from $6,000 in years prior—could result in larger but less frequent donations for higher-income donors, or fewer donations altogether.By mharris@wesa.fm (Megan Harris).
 
Driving for companies like Lyft or Uber can be a hustle. Once you factor in gas and the cut these companies get from each ride, drivers might even lose money some days.By sboden@wesa.fm (Sarah Boden).
 
Note to readers: this story features an exotic dancer. Tax time can be a headache for freelancers and independent contractors in the gig economy. If they haven’t kept track of income throughout the year, it can be daunting to calculate what they made and what they owe. Iris works as a stripper (we aren’t using her real name because she has conc ...…
 
Erin is back answering two of our most common parenting questions, getting toddlers (in this case twins!) to settle down for bed and some consequences to use with toddler and preschooler aggression at each age, 2, 3, 4 and 5.
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 31 °F, and highs today will take us way past the frozone and into the upper 40s—should see a fair bit of sun, too. Water cooler Ask promised, and thanks to the handful of folks that sent this my way in several different forms, here are City Council’s new standing committees and other appointments (PDF). The Education and ...…
 
Mike tells Sarah how a “bad apples” explanation kept us from seeing the real scandal at the heart of America’s largest corporate bankruptcy. Digressions include “Casino,” Thanksgiving economics and corruption catchphrases. Neither co-host truly understands how the stock market works. Links! The hilarious Houston Chronicle article full of red fl ...…
 
When Americans talk politics these days, it’s almost impossible to avoid the subject of President Donald Trump. And that can be a problem.By bodriscoll@wesa.fm (Bill O'Driscoll).
 
Sala Udin has been a political activist for more than 50 years. He marched on Washington, was a freedom rider and eventually took up a career in politics, serving first as a city councilman and today as a Pittsburgh Public Schools board member.By mharris@wesa.fm (Megan Harris).
 
Today on Midday, a snapshot of the climate for small business in Baltimore from three married couples who run established and successful businesses. In the first segment, Tom is joined by Tim Hicks and Mariah Acap. The couple runs a family automotive repair business that Tim’s father, Dan, launched in 1982. It’s the Baltimore Body Shop, located ...…
 
The very first video game console, the Magnavox Odyssey, is being recreated in an ongoing project that aims to give others the opportunity to play with the system.By kdavis@wesa.fm (Kathleen J. Davis).
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 29 °F, and today we’ve got highs in the mid-30s, just above freezing. Richmond should be cold and grumpy, but definitely open for business. Water cooler It’s been awhile but RPS Superintendent Kamras is back with another email you should read. There’s lots to dig into in this issue, but I’m most interested in the links t ...…
 
One of the longest disc golf courses in the world will soon open at North Boundary Park in Cranberry Township.By asisk@wesa.fm (Amy Sisk ).
 
East Liberty native Tim Ryan grew up wanting to be an attorney, not a chef, but an early stint at dishwashing changed his mind.By mharris@wesa.fm (Megan Harris).
 
Today, another in our occasional series, Midday on Higher Education. From time to time, Tom Hall sits down with the leaders of Maryland colleges and universities to talk about the challenges that each of their institutions face, and how those institutions are connected to the communities in which they are located.The series began last month, wh ...…
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 27 °F, and highs may creep above freezing for a few hours this afternoon. Due to the thin sheet of ice covering every surface, things are canceled, closed, or delayed! This means schools and governments, too. Be careful if you’ve gotta leave the house. Water cooler This past Friday evening, police arrived to the 2400 blo ...…
 
It's been more than a decade since a Stanton Heights man—along with his family—created the AR3 Celebration of Life Foundation to honor the brother he lost to gun violence. AR3 organizes basketball tournaments and other youth activities to honor the memory of Anthony Rivers, who was murdered in 2008.By cayers@wesa.fm (cayers).
 
In this episode, I chat with Ganesh Gandhieswaran, cofounder and CEO of ConverSight.AI. You can learn more about ConverSight.ai at: www.conversight.ai.
 
The Pittsburgh Bureau of Police said it is conducting an internal investigation of policies around drinking alcohol while doing undercover police work. According to the city’s open records officer, no formal policy currently exists.By lreid@wesa.fm (Liz Reid).
 
The Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh led more than 120 security trainings in the year leading up to the deadly mass shooting at Tree of Life in October, including an active shooter drill at the synagogue just weeks before.By mharris@wesa.fm (Megan Harris).
 
Today, it’s another edition of the Midday News Wrap. Later in the program Tom will talk about the first three days of the Maryland General Assembly in Annapolis with Luke Broadwater, Statehouse and politics reporter for the Baltimore Sun. He’ll also talk with Phil Ewing, NPR's National Security Editor, about the latest developments in Special C ...…
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 28 °F, and we are officially under a winter storm watch (remember watch < warning). Today you can expect highs in the upper 30s and plenty of sun. This weekend you can expect snow. Andrew Freiden says most of Richmond is in the 3–6 inches zone which now includes a quarter inch of sleet or freezing rain. The Richmond Time ...…
 
Maryland deregulated its energy markets in 1999. The aim was to create a decentralized free market for private electricity and natural gas suppliers who would offer customers a choice: stay with the Standard Offer Services provided by the utility companies -- Baltimore Gas " Electric and Pepco (which are now the same company) -- or switch to a ...…
 
It's Thursday, and theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck joins Tom in the studio with another of her weekly reviews of the region's thespian offerings. Today, she spotlights the new traveling production of Miss Saigon, on stage now at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C.From the creative team behind Les Misérables, Mis ...…
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 31 °F, and highs today will probably sneak into the 40s. Expect lots of sunshine and some wind, so not entirely pleasant out there. NBC12’s Andrew Freiden has put up his first snow map for the weekend which has us in the 4–6 inches band. The Richmond Times-Dispatch’s John Boyer digs into the details but isn’t ready to sa ...…
 
Michael Harrison is the soon-to-be-former Superintendent of the New Orleans Police Department, and if he and Mayor Catherine Pugh have their way, he will become the permanent Chief of Police of the Baltimore Police Department sometime in the next few months.Several members of the City Council and other elected officials have expressed cautious ...…
 
Good morning, RVA! It’s 47 °F, and it may get a little warmer this afternoon but not much. Snow still seems to be in the forecast for this weekend, maybe start putting together your Monday contingency plans now. Water cooler Mark Robinson at the Richmond Times-Dispatch looks at a new citywide payroll report from the City Auditor 💸. If you are n ...…
 
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