Apr 282011

A monster weekend is coming up here in Charlottesville!  Listen to the Suzy Scoop to get the heads up everything going on.

Amy Eastlack – aka SuzySaid – gives you the scoop on what’s happening in
and around town this weekend.  From activities with the kids – to a night
out with the girls – to a romantic dinner with your special someone – and
everything in between – Suzy has the Scoop on when and where you need to

Apr 272011

MikeBisceglia from Cvillepodcast.com and Steinar Knutsen of New Site Media Group share this podcast on well, how to make a podcast! Listen to get tips that you can use to create your own podcast!  Want to have your own Runcast, Chew The Fat, SuzySaid show? This podcast will explore what you  will need to become podcaster. Email Mike Bisceglia at cvillepodcast@gmail.com for more information!

For tips on how optimize your blog or website check out Steinar Knutsen blog http://www.steinarknutsen.com/

Apr 262011

Join the guys from The Snow Knows Gardening Show as they give you tips on how to get your garden in perfect shape with spring finally here! Its hot outside and the Snow Knows guys are ready to help!

The Snow Knows Gardening Show is the longest running gardening show in America. The Snows will talk gardening, answer your questions and will have a lot of fun along the way. You can visit their store online at: www.snowknows.com
Stop by the store in person: 1875 Avon St. Charlottesville, VA. 22902
Phone Number: 434-295-2159

Apr 262011

Take a listen to “It’s Your Money” for these finacial  tips from Andy Zemon, an 11 year loan officer and financial expert with Greenwood Lending.  Andy Zemon specialize in assisting people manage their income, debt, and mortgages.  Greenwood Lending is a family-owned and operated mortgage brokerage and their  passion is providing financial planning for your home and being your “Lender for Life”.

Andy’s guest for his first podcast is Quinn Beversluis a builder and Realitor here in Charlottesville.

For more tips on your money find the Zemon team online at www.greenwoodlending.com/

Apr 252011

Ticks: a pesky little problem

Today Dr. Tripp Stewart gets down and dirty about Ticks! Since the weather warmed up this spring, you have probably noticed more and more of these awful little creatures. You might find them attached to your pet, on your pant leg or even attached to your skin. You probably know that they look like: a small head with a large body.

Apr 242011

Tomas Rahal of Mas joins Chef Craig Hartman on Chew The Fat!

Tomas is definately one of Charlottesville’s most creative chefs and he is a natural born culinary artist, who does not force his menu ideas but lets them flow in a way that seems effortless. A man who diplays vision that is rare, Tomas gives an interesting and insightful interview.

Produced and recorded in the studios of Charlottesville Radio Group, in conjunction with Chef Craig Hartman, Chew the Fat is the podcast that gives you totally raw interviews with leading chefs, restaurateurs, wine makers and other food artisans.  These interviews are unscripted and outside the realm of publicists, conducted by accomplished Chef Craig Hartman. Hartman delivers these interviews with ease, sensitivity and a sense of insider savvy. The goal of these interviews is to expose the heart and soul of these sensitive, artistic and driven people. This podcast is for anyone who loves food and wine, especially those that want to know every aspect about who is behind the artisan food and wine that we have.

Apr 242011

 Listen to Dr. Dolly Garnecki with this sneak peek at what she will offer at “Blogville” on Thursday, April 28th.  Chiropractor Mama Dolly Garnecki is the editor of Traveling with Baby blog about intentional and natural parenting for mod mamas.

She’s teaching a breakout session called “Blogging Basics for Beginners: Blogging 101.”

Dr. Garnecki is the founder & CEO of the award-winning, Charlottesville-based chiropractic clinic, Spinal Health & Wellness. Blogging since 2004, she launched Traveling with Baby in 2007. While volunteering as a co-founder and co-chairwoman of CVille Sheblogs, she’s also served as a member of the evangelist crew for the globally viral on-line writing project ReVerb 10.



Apr 242011

On the 4/24 Wake-Up Call, host Rick Moore talks with Professor Gerard Alexander of UVA’s Dept. of Politics about his two Washington Post op-eds Why Are Liberals So Condescending and Conservatism Does Not Equal Racism. So why do many liberals assume it does?.

Apr 242011

Every day we all grow older–our partners, our children, our parents. And for many of us, it is this last group that provides some of our greatest challenges.The day of multi-generations all living under one roof is as gone as the rotary telephone. Distance, technology, increased life expectancy are all combining to make providing support and care for aging parents harder than ever. My guest this morning is Elizabeth Swider…

Care is There: www.careisthere.com
Cville Seniors: www.cvilleseniors.org

Apr 232011

Ed Sanders

Ed Sanders speaking before a packed house at the Charlottesville Senior Center. Part one of six.

Regular listeners of our podcasts might know Rick Britton. He’s an award-winning historian and cartographer and a frequent guest on WINA’s Charlottesville Right Now with Coy Barefoot. Rick also organizes a Civil War lecture and day-trip series in conjunction with the Charlottesville Senior Center.

On Wednesday, April 20th—to a packed crowd—NPS Historian Ed Sanders delivered a fantastic talk on one of the war’s most vicious battles. Fought between May 31st & June 12th, 1864—and featuring hopeless Federal assaults on June 3rd—the Battle of Cold Harbor was the last combat of U. S. Grant’s aggressive Overland Campaign. At Cold Harbor R. E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia, dug in along a line stretching six miles, inflicted 6,000 casualties while suffering very few. It was a bloodletting that future President U. S. Grant lived to regret.

On Wednesday, April 27nd, Rick Britton will conduct an afternoon tour of the Cold Harbor Battlefield (just outside of Richmond). We’ll start off the day by taking in the new Civil War exhibit at the Virginia Historical Society. Then we’ll enjoy lunch at the Tobacco Company. Bus tour departs at 9:00 am and returns at about 5:00 pm. There is a fee for the tour. Call 974-6538 for more info!

This is the first of a six part series for 2011. You can listen to all six parts of this series here.

Apr 222011

Meditation, Music and Wellness is a podcast designed to engage your mind, body and spirit.  Today’s podcast invites listeners to experience and practice Lovingkindness meditation.  One of the resources we mention is Sharon Salzberg’s books, including her most recent:  Real Happiness.     Also, visit our website:  http://www.integrativemusicinstitute.com or email us at info@integrativemusicinstitute.com for more information about our workshops and trainings.

Description for the podcast in general:   Meditation, Music and Wellness is a podcast designed to engage your mind, body and spirit.  We will invite you into our conversation on various meditation practices and how sound and music can be used to support your meditation practice.  We will offer strategies to enhance wellness, creativity and spirituality through the transformative power of music.  Visit our website:  http://www.integrativemusicinstitute.com or email us at info@integrativemusicinstitute.com

Apr 222011

“BreadCast” is brought to you by Great Harvest Bread Company!

In “BreadCast” we take you inside the Bakery and give some great tips to help you in the Kitchen

Introducing, Matt and Kath, foodies with an enthusiasm for delicious breads made from real food. Our dream of opening a bakery is coming true at McIntire Plaza. We’re in the midst of building our store right now and hope to be able to bake bread for you in May.

Make sure to check them out on the web at: www.Greatharvestcville.com