Food as Medicine

March 17, 2008 at 3:12 pm | Posted in On Air | 4 Comments

Peter Reinhart is back Friday, March 21, to explore how food can function as medicine. Topics will include: how changing your diet can make you healthier, the little known health benefits of some of your favorite foods and how certain herbs, spices, drinks and other edible ingredients can serve as home remedies for a variety of maladies.

Guests 
Dr. Dharma Singh Khalsa – Medical Doctor, Author, Food As Medicine www.drdharma.com
Jaqueline Masters – Personal Care Manager, Talley’s Green Grocery
Peter Reinhart – Chef-in-Resident, Johnson and Wales University

Regional Reporters: Ft. Mill and Rock Hill

March 17, 2008 at 3:10 pm | Posted in On Air | Leave a comment

Today in our series of programs with newspaper reporters from around the Charlotte region, we take a look south to get an update on York and Lancaster counties.  We’ll hear how they’re dealing with growth and development, schools, transportaion and state politics. 
Guests
Matt Garfield
– Reporter, The Herald, Rock Hill
Jonathan Allen – Reporter, The Fort Mill Times

Average Joes

March 17, 2008 at 3:02 pm | Posted in On Air | 3 Comments

It’s our March edition of Averae Joes on Wednesday, March 19.  The guests describe themselves politically as a liberal conservative, a very opinionated moderate, a young conservative, and a registered independent.  Issues important to them include the election, education, religion, Charlotte’s growth, evolution, murder and more.

Urban Wildlife

March 17, 2008 at 2:56 pm | Posted in On Air | 5 Comments

Tuesday, March 18, we examine the urban habitat of Charlotte-Mecklenburg that is home to a surprisingly diverse wildlife population.  How these animals have adapted to an increasingly urban habitat may surprise you.  Experts join us to talk about some of the animals that make the city of Charlotte home.

Thoughts and Lamentations on Urban Education

March 17, 2008 at 8:25 am | Posted in On Air | 1 Comment

Two inner city school teachers, GranVille Caldwell and Ryan Marshall, have written a fascinating account of daily life in the urban high school classroom.  Their self published book is called “Thought and Lamentations on Urban Education” and it’s a candid, honest read. 

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