Sep 292011
 

Hi! I’m Rita Smith, a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. I’ve been working in the field of nutrition and disease prevention for over 35 years, and currently work at Martha Jefferson Hospital in Charlottesville, VA. I look forward to chatting with you each week on various nutrition topics –  from using dietary approaches for cholesterol reduction to managing the painful symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.

Nutrition is ever-changing and can even be confusing. I hope to make sense of current nutrition topics and provide reasonable, healthy-eating tips for you and your family to be well and stay well. Of course, for medical advice, diagnosis, treatment and care, be sure to work with your own health care provider.

For more great tips check out Rita Smith’s blog: http://www.marthajefferson.org/nutrition/

Sep 292011
 

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 be

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

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

Sep 292011
 

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.

– Tips of the Week –

Races Coming up

Hills

Perception of Effort

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

Sep 282011
 

Have a question or comment?  Email Michael at mguthrie@roywheeler.com.

This episode of Real Estate Matters was recorded on August 6th 2011 on the Debt Ceiling.

Visit Michael’s Real Estate Blog: www.roywheeler.com/real-estate-blog

Michael Guthrie, CEO and Managing Broker for Roy Wheeler Realty Co., talks everything you need to know about Central Virginia real estate – and answers your questions – every Saturday morning at 10am!

Sep 272011
 

“Did you know that only 20% of American’s are living their passions? According to a Harris Interactive Poll, 4 out of the 5 people you meet and work with lack the key ingredient fulfillment.”

Awaken your Passion and Purpose podcast show was inspired by my personal mentors, Chris and Janet Attwood, the NY Times bestselling authors of , “The Passion Test.” Life is here to enjoy. The purpose of life is the expansion of happiness—following your passions means following your bliss.

Each week I will invite you to remember that you are powerful and what you believe, you create. Clarity does not come all at once, it is a process.  Each podcast will take you through a process to be the BEST YOU by focusing your attention on passion and purpose.

“What you put your attention on grows stronger in your life.” “When you are clear, what you want will show up in your life, and only to the extent you are clear.” Janet Bray Attwood

What will you be King or Queen  of Today? My passion is to start a revolution of King’s and Queen’s who are living a life of passion who help others

Sep 262011
 

Hi! I’m Rita Smith, a Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator. I’ve been working in the field of nutrition and disease prevention for over 35 years, and currently work at Martha Jefferson Hospital in Charlottesville, VA. I look forward to chatting with you each week on various nutrition topics –  from using dietary approaches for cholesterol reduction to managing the painful symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.

Nutrition is ever-changing and can even be confusing. I hope to make sense of current nutrition topics and provide reasonable, healthy-eating tips for you and your family to be well and stay well. Of course, for medical advice, diagnosis, treatment and care, be sure to work with your own health care provider.

For more great tips check out Rita Smith’s blog: http://www.marthajefferson.org/nutrition/

Sep 252011
 

Do you want to know why a Charlie Trotter and Grant Achatz disciple moves to Chilhowie, Virginia? Are you interested in what it takes to be named one of Food and Wine Magazine’s 2010 Best New Chefs? Do you want to know what drives one to work 80 hours a week ? Listen in to my interview with John B. Shields, because it’s all here on Chew the fat with Chef Craig. You will find John’s story interesting, inspirational and you will be ready to drive to Chilhowie to feast at The Townhouse!

 

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.

 

 

Sep 252011
 

On a special WNRN fundraising weekend, host Rick Moore talks with Charlottesville Meals On Wheels Executive Director Dawn Grzegorczyk.

Sep 252011
 

The Charlottesville Podcasting Network is pleased to offer this exclusive all new series with local award-winning historian and cartographer, Rick Britton. Airing on the second and fourth Sundays of each month, I’ll talk with Rick about a wide range of subjects from Virginia’s colorful 18th and 19th centuries.

In this, the third episode of this new series, learn why 8.5 million Americans would be killed if the Civil War was waged today. For information on all of Rick Britton’s lecture and tour series contact Charlottesville’s Senior Center Inc at (434) 974-6538

The Charlottesville Podcasting Network features many of Rick Britton’s history series. Click here for a complete list.

Sep 242011
 

Beth Parnicza speaking at the Charlottesville Senior Center Wednesday.

Beth Parnicza speaking at the
Charlottesville Senior Center
Wednesday.

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, September 21st, NPS historian Beth Parnicza-a recent university graduate whose poise and depth of knowledge were admired by all-delivered a talk on the Chancellorsville campaign and battle. Fought in 1863 over the first four days of May, Chancellorsville pitted Robert E. Lee’s 60,000-man Army of Northern Virginia against “Fighting Joe” Hooker’s 134,000. Amazingly, Lee was able to defeat Hooker and drive him back over the Rappahannock. Was Chancellorsville truly Lee’s masterpiece? Listen and hear what this young historian has to say!

On Wednesday, September 28th, Rick Britton will conduct a tour of the Chancellorsville Battlefield. The tour will take in the Visitors Center in the morning, and hear a presentation on “Stonewall” Jackson’s mortal wounding. After a picnic lunch the tour will spend the afternoon on this well-preserved 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 six of a seven part series for 2011. You can listen to all seven parts of this series here.

Sep 222011
 

Josh Holland is an editor and senior writer at AlterNet. He joins Coy to discuss politics and policy in the Obama administration, the “real” American class war, and why even Ronald Reagan wouldn’t be conservative enough for today’s GOP.

Sep 222011
 

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 be

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

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