May 202011
 

In today’s podcast Erin and Cara invite listeners to experience the healing power of music with some listening samples and discussion about music and imagery.  Visit our website:  http://www.integrativemusicinstitute.com or email us at info@integrativemusicinstitute.com for more information about our workshops and trainings.

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.

May 192011
 

A weekly forum of everything running. With your host Mark Lorenzoni, a community running expert who has been directing hundreds ofarea “not-for-profit” footraces and coaching thousands of runners for the past 30 years. This week’s edition of “RunCast” was brought to you by The Ragged Mountain Running Shop. Central Virginia’s Community running and walking family partner since 1982. Convenietly locatd on the historic UVa Corner with free parking at their doorstep. Visit them at www.raggedmountainrunning.com or friend them on Facebook

May 192011
 

A monster weekend is coming up here in Charlottesville!  Listen to the Suzy Scoop to get the heads up everything going on.  Find Suzy Said online at http://www.suzysaid.com/charlottesville

This week SuzySaid has a special message from guest Mimi Bender of Womens Health Virginia.    This is an event you will not want to miss!

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 be

May 182011
 

Check out the new episode of the UVA Today Radio Show, a weekly five minute segment on WTJU radio. Look for new editions of the show every Wednesday at 11:55 a.m. on WTJU. Afterward, all of the segments will be posted on iTunesU.

Read more about the stories featured in this week’s program:

UVa Professor and Poet Rita Dove Takes the Stage at the White House (Rita Dove)
New Study Shows Scientists Can Detect Impending Ecosystem Collapse (Michael Pace)
U.Va. Researchers Helping to Chart Biomedicine’s Next Frontier: The Human Neurome (Scott Acton and Barry Condron)

•Air Date: 5/18/2011

To download mp3, click here.

May 172011
 

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 raining non stop 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

May 162011
 

PCA’s Creative Conversation Series is a forum for arts-related idea exchange and collaboration. The series brings together arts organizations, artists, educators, and other community leaders to develop strategies for strengthening the arts in our community.

The following conversation took place on February 15, 2011 at CitySpace and addressed the question, “What is the value of the arts?” The result is an open-ended discussion about the different ways the arts have value in our community, from participation in arts events to the notion of “art as luxury,” as well as specific arts and economic development initiatives in the Charlottesville area.

May 162011
 

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 second podcast is Annette Daly, a Life Coach who helps  people jump out of bed  excited for what the day will bring! Find Annette online at her website www.sosayeththequeen.com or email her at annette@sosayeththequeen.com

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

May 152011
 

Chew the Fat ventures into the trenches of the New York City restaurant scene!

Join us as we chew the fat with Virginia’s own Ed Hardy. Ed is working on the line in Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s new restaurant Red Rooster. Ed gives us some insight to what it takes to enter a fabled NYC kitchen and how that relates to a good resume.

Ed is a graduate of the French Culinary Institute and has worked in some of the finest restaurants in NYC. Listen hear from this talented culinarian as he puts the spin on the big apple! It’s all here on Chew the Fat!

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.

May 152011
 

Rick Moore speaks with professor RK Ramazani (UVA professor of government and foreign affairs and spiritual father of the international center of Jefferson Studies at Monticello ) about Osama Bin Laden’s death and how it will effect America’s relationships with the Middle East.

May 132011
 


Episode 24 – “Hey looks like its close to Poughkeepsie” The guys discuss whether photos of Osama Bin Laden deceased should be released, people spreading virusess on Facebook, their Cinco de Mayo festivities, McDonald’s efforts to remodel and keep pace with Starbucks, what each of “The Bases” represents, being a male student at a formerly all-female college, and more. Follow the show on Facebook: Outside The Box with Mike and Leon on Twitter: OTBpodcast make sure to visit the new website: OTBpodcast.com and spread the word to your friends!

May 122011
 

A monster weekend is coming up here in Charlottesville!  Listen to the Suzy Scoop to get the heads up everything going on.  Find Suzy Said online at http://www.suzysaid.com/charlottesville 

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

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
be!

On facebook at http://www.facebook.com/suzysaidcharlottesville  

On Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/suzysaidcville

May 122011
 

A weekly forum of everything running. With your host Mark Lorenzoni, a community running expert who has been directing hundreds ofarea “not-for-profit” footraces and coaching thousands of runners for the past 30 years. This week’s edition of “RunCast” was brought to you by The Ragged Mountain Running Shop. Central Virginia’s Community running and walking family partner since 1982. Convenietly locatd on the historic UVa Corner with free parking at their doorstep. Visit them at www.raggedmountainrunning.com or friend them on Facebook