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The larynx, which is the opening through which outside air flows into a dog’s lungs, allows for vocalization and prevents food inhalation (aspiration) — both of which are important functions. Paralysis of the larynx, otherwise known as laryngeal paralysis or “lar par” for short, means that either one or both of the vocal folds does not fully open during breathing. The condition can occur in cats but is more common in dogs, and specifically in large-breed dogs. It can be hereditary in Bouviers, Huskies, Bull Terriers, Dalmatians and Rotweillers and is also commonly seen (but not necessarily hereditary) in Labs, Goldens, St. Bernards and Newfoundlands.

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Dr. Richard Floyd, a professor of history at the University of Virginia and author of Religious Dissent and Political Modernization: Church, Chapel and Party in Nineteenth-Century England (Studies in Modern History) Floyd spoke on the American Civil War from the British perspective on Sunday, June 12th as part of the James Madison Museum‘s 2011 lecture series.

Read the article by Graham Moomaw in the Daily Progress.

 

L’Etoile owner Mark Gresge gives us a window into his culinary life.
Join us on Chew the Fat to learn how this talented engineer became the owner of what is one of the most romantic restaurants in Charlottesville. His journey started many years ago at the Tea Room in the 1817 Inn and the kitchens of Kafcafe and Memory and Company. Mark is a natural at hospitality and shows us that he is following his love and passion. Listen in to hear, in his own words, what he hopes that you will take away from your experience at L’Etoile. 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.

 

Host Rick Moore speaks with Mayor Dave Norris of Charlottesville about local politics and politics in general. Topics covered include: the western bypass, federal budget, free speech monument, and more.

 

Sharon Hughes speaking before a full house Wednesday at the Charlottesville Senior Center.

Sharon Hughes speaking before
a full house Wednesday
at the Charlottesville Senior Center.

Regular listeners of our podcasts might know Rick Britton. He’s a Charlottesville-based author, lecturer, and cartographer. An award-winning historian, Rick also organizes lecture programs and day-trips in conjunction with the Charlottesville Senior Center.

On June 16, 2011, a brand new series was launched-”Historic Cemeteries of Virginia.” That evening Sharon Hughes-Danville, Virginia’s, own “Cemetery Lady”-presented a talk on Victorian statuary symbolism and mourning customs. Using slides taken in Danville’s beautiful Green Hill Cemetery, Hughes explained the various religious and classical concepts behind the 19th-century gravestone decorations. She also gave the audience a sampling of the cemetery’s many fascinating stories.

Sharon Hughes

Sharon Hughes

On June 20, 2011, Sharon Hughes will conduct a tour of Green Hill Cemetery. Participants will also see Danville’s Millionaire’s Row, the Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History (also known as the “Last Capitol of the Confederacy”), and the Langhorne home (birthplace of Lady Astor). Bus tour departs from the Charlottesville Senior Center at 8:00 AM. There is a fee for the tour. Call 974-6538 for more information.

This is the first of a two part series. You can listen to both parts of this series here.

 

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 on Wednesdays at 11:55 a.m. and Fridays at 3:55 p.m. and are archived on the UVA Today website. All of the segments are posted on iTunesU.

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

U.Va. Demographers Find Many Va. Households Rely on Expensive Short-Term Loans (Rebecca Tippett)
Supernova Remnant Lights Up (Roger Chevalier)
Semester at Sea’s New Short-Term Voyage to Address Global Challenges (Emma Mitchell)

•Air Date: 6/15/2011

To download mp3, click here.

 

Scott Harris speaking at the Charlottesville Senior Center.

Scott Harris speaking at the
Charlottesville Senior Center.

Regular listeners of our podcasts might know Rick Britton. He’s a Charlottesville-based author, lecturer, and cartographer. An award-winning historian, Rick also organizes a “Civil War Lecture and Day-Trip Series” in conjunction with the Charlottesville Senior Center.

On Wednesday, June 15, 2011 Scott Harris delivered a talk on Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson at Second Manassas, the 1862 action fought close to the spot where the general, in 1861, had won the nickname “Stonewall.” Fought as a meeting engagement on August 28th-30th, 1862, Second Manassas saw Jackson’s corps holding against the uncoordinated enemy assaults ordered by Union General John Pope. At Second Manassas, too, some of Jackson’s men, temporarily out of ammunition and desperate, resorted to throwing rocks.

On Wednesday, June 22nd, Rick Britton will conduct a tour of the Second Manassas Battlefield. The tour will take in the Visitors Center in the morning, then, following lunch nearby, spend the afternoon on this beautifully preserved Northern Virginia battlefield. Bus tour departs from the Charlottesville Senior Center at 9:00 AM. There is a fee for the tour. Call 974-6538 for more information.

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

 

A monsterweekend is coming up here in Charlottesville!  Listen to the Suzy Scoop to get the heads up everything going on.  Need to figure out the perfect Father’s Day plans? Suzy has the Father’s day scoop! Find Suzy Said online at http://www.suzysaid.com/charlottesville.

Here is the  BUZZ of the WEEK

- Father’s Day – Friday’s After Five – Vineyards!

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

 

Dr.  John Stagg is a Professor of History at the University of Virginia and Director of the Papers of James Madison project as well as author of Borderlines in Borderlands: James Madison and the Spanish-American Frontier, 1776-1821 (The Lamar Series in Western History).  He spoke at the James Madison Museum on Sunday May 15th on the fourth president’s exploration into the Spanish borderlands. The lecture was part of the museum’s 2011 lecture series. Did Madison incite rebellion in Florida? Did he start the C.I.A.?

 

Chasing America: Of Lollipops, Night Clubs and Ferocious Dogs – Chapter 12 The Correct SideIn this chapter Deepak Singh tells his crazy tale of driving on the wrong side of the road!

“A quintessential coming to America tale told with humor and wit.
Follow Deepak Singh as he leaves his home in a burgeoning, but deeply
traditional Indian metropolis to small-town Pennsylvania and discovers
how unusual the citizens of his new country really are.”

Check out the author Deepak Singh at his website: www.deepak-singh.com

 

Former Marco Pierre White Sommelier Chews the Fat with Chef Craig!!!

Listen in at cvillepodcast.com and hear how Culinary Institute of America graduate Luther Fedora found his way through Europe to Charlottesville’s Horse and Hound Gastropub. Luther is one of the many young chef’s out there that are living their dream of restaurant ownership. Find out what drives Luther to work the long hours and endure the stresses of the restaurant business. It’s all here on Chew the Fat with Chef Craig!!

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.

 

Producer Sean McCord steps in as host to talk with Joel Slezak and Erica Hellen of Free Union Grass Farm, two young entreprenuers who started their own farm specializing in pastured chicken and duck, 100% grass-fed beef, and free-range eggs. In an age when global industrial production brings concern about food-borne bacterial infection, one of the appeals of local food is that “you know where the food is coming from.”

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