Healthy Bites With Rita Smith: Blood Thinners and Vitamin K

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Sep 222011
 

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/

Real Estate Matters: 9-21-11 United Way Day of Caring

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Sep 212011
 

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

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!

The Snow Knows Gardening Show: Time to talk Pancakes baby!

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Sep 212011
 

Join the guys from The Snow Knows Gardening Show as they give you tips on how to get your garden in perfect 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

Charlottesville–Right Now: Rob Boston joins Coy Barefoot

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Sep 202011
 

Rob Boston is a Senior Policy Analyst at Americans United for Separation of Church and State.

Find Rob Boston  online at au.org

Awaken Your Passion and Purpose with Annette Daly

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Sep 202011
 

“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 192011
 

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/

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: Intervertebral disc disease

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Sep 192011
 

In this installment of Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital, Dr. Tripp Stewart discusses ‘Intervertebral disc disease

Find them online at http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/

For even more information go to their new blog: http://www.greenbrier-emergency.com/blog/

Meditation, Music, and Wellness: The Hero’s Journey

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Sep 192011
 

In today’s podcast Cara and Erin discuss the archetypes of the hero’s journey based on the work of Carol Pearson and her book “Awakening the Heroes Within”.  Join us as we explore the challenges and gifts presented in this mythological story we can all connect to through the story of our own lives.  And please visit our website 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.

Chew The Fat With Chef Craig

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Sep 182011
 

Ian Boden is known for his intensity and attention to detail. Food in it’s most natural form inspires Ian to create cuisine that fits with his Shenandoah Valley surroundings. Listen in to Chew the Fat as Ian shares his life and heart with us. You will find his culinary journey inspiring and his culinary mind full of passion. Join us for our own journey into what drives Ian to excel! It’s all here on Chew the Fat with Chef Craig.

Ian Boden’s Bio:

As a child, food played a large role in Chef Ian Boden’s life.  With an early fascination fostered by his parents, Chef Boden took his first step in to the restaurant business with Chef Marc Fusilier, who became a member of an exclusive group of only 40 French born chefs living in the United States called Maitre de Culinar de France (Master of French Cuisine).   While working with Chef Fusilier, Chef Boden had the privilege of assisting in the 100th Escoffier Anniversary Dinner, which is held every 50 years.

After spending four years with Chef Fusilier, Chef Boden attended New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, Vermont and received an Associates Degree in Culinary Arts.  While attending NECI Chef Boden interned with yet another MCF, Chef Alain Lecomte at Prince Michel Winery.

After culinary school, Chef Boden moved to New York City to work with Chef Philippe Bertineau and Francois Payard at Payard Patisserie & Bistro on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.  In his time there Payard received a two star review from the then New York Times food critic and now editor of Gourmet Magazine Ruth Reichl.  Next, Chef Boden moved on to Judson Grill in midtown Manhattan to work with Bill Telepan where his love for fresh local and seasonal produce and meats got its start.  Judson Grill was awarded a wonderful review form Ruth Reichl of the New York Times once again, but this time it was three stars.

After a brief hiatus from cooking to travel and enjoy New York, Chef Boden dove back in and landed his first chefs job at age 25 at a struggling restaurant on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.  After a short stint chef Boden was quickly offered another job at Carne Restaurant, an upscale steak house on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Even though he is no longer there some of his menu items remain.

Most recently Chef Boden was the Executive Chef of Home Restaurant, a New York institution in Greenwich Village.  This is where Chef Boden was able to spread his wings and really dive into what it means to be a chef.  During his time at Home, chef Boden was able to develop long-term relationships with local farmers.  He was also invited to participate in several events such as Share Our Strengths, Taste of a Nation, New York Farm Day, Meet the Chefs, among others.  Chef Boden was also invited to host an event at The James Beard house were he served a sold out 9 course menu and received rave reviews.

Chef Boden has also been seen in publications such as Atlantic MonthlyThe New York PostThe New York Times and Time Out New York among others.

After ten years in New York City, Chef Boden Could not be happier to be back in his home state of Virginia.  With the opening of The Staunton Grocery, Chef Boden has managed to work closely with local farms to create his ever changing menu that features local grass fed beef, heritage pork, organic free range chickens and artesian breads and cheese.  His long-term goal is to source all raw ingredients form the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. He looks forward to sharing the bounty of the valley with you.

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.

 

Wake-Up Call: Intuitive Analyst Lee Channing

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Sep 182011
 

On the Sept.18 edition of WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call, Rick Moore welcomes returning favorite guest Lee Channing, Intuitive Consultant. The many people who called the show had questions about jobs, travel, relationships, and the future.

Sep 152011
 

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/

9/15/11 The Suzy Scoop: Suzy Has The Fall Like Weekend Scoop in Cville

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Sep 152011
 

A monsterweekend 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 Amy Eastlack has an interview with Robert Radifera about a important fundraiser in town.

the Jump for Team Talia fundraiser: www.jumpforteamtalia.com

October 2nd, 8:30-6:30
Explorations Play Studio
All proceeds go to the Dravet Syndrome Foundation for research

 

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