Michael Bisceglia

3-1-12 “RunCast” A Weekly Forum of Everything Running

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Mar 012012
 

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

Healthy Bites With Rita Smith: The Scoop about Hypoglycemia

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Feb 272012
 

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

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Feb 242012
 

Make sure to go to their blog and website as well:

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

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

Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital is open 365 days a year, including 24-hour coverage on all major holidays.
The clinic is staffed by experienced doctors, technicians and nurses who are committed to offering the highest level of animal care combined with excellent service and compassion. It is our mission at Greenbrier to work in cooperation with the local, referring veterinary community to ensure that each animal receives continuous and exceptional care. No one wants to have an animal emergency, but we understand that when emergencies do arise, you and your pet deserve the highest level of service and courtesy along with the latest and most advanced medical treatment available.
As the newest animal hospital in Charlottesville, we look forward to serving our community and clients with respect and consideration and servicing our patients with compassion and exceptional medical treatment.

 

2-23-12 “RunCast” A Weekly Forum of Everything Running

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Feb 232012
 

 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

Healthy Bites With Rita Smith: The Good and Bad of Alcohol

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Feb 202012
 

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: 2-20-12

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Feb 202012
 

 

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!

Vet Tips from Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital: urinary incontinence in older female dogs

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Feb 172012
 

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

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

“Urinary incontinence in older female dogs is a very common and sometimes annoying problem. Why does it happen and how is it treated? This is a questions asked on our facebook page at Greenbrier Emergency Animal Hospital.”

Walk-ins welcome, please call if you are able.

370 Greenbrier Dr., Suite A-2
Charlottesville, VA 22901
(Located on Greenbrier Drive behind the Benjamin Moore
Store and just before Commonwealth Drive.)

2-16-12 “RunCast” A Weekly Forum of Everything Running

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Feb 162012
 

 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

Feb 152012
 

Sparkling wine isn’t the only bubbly for imbibing. Hard apple cider is a refreshing alternative, and Charlottesville has four (count ’em four) cideries either in production or soon to open….one artisan is even producing it the way it was thousands of years ago. Johnny Appleseed would be proud. Listen to learn more…and drink up!

Jenée Libby is a writer of food, travel, fiction, essay, and a lover of diner ephemera. She started out a transplanted-from-Pittsburgh restaurant reviewer, but quickly found there’s more to Cville than its restaurants, wine, and the “Which restaurant will close next?” drama. There are stories. LOTS of stories. Previously called “edible cville”’ Jenée now shares these food stories on “The Diner of Cville…” a blog with recipes, reviews, vintage cookbooks, photos, and of course, diners. She’s not a foodie or a snob. Just someone who loves to cook, eat, and write about both.  Check it out at http://thedinerofcville.com

Inside the Bocuse d’Or culinary competition!!!

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Feb 122012
 

Bocuse d’Or USA 2012 Silver Medalist Chef Jeffrey Lizotte gives us a bird’s-eye view into the world’s most prestigious culinary competition!

 Tune in to hear how it feels to cook in front of a panel of the greatest chefs in America. Jeff’s interview will place you right in kitchen 2 at The Culinary Institute of America. He gives us an idea of the intensity, stress and pace of this 5 hour competition. Learn what kind of planning and training it takes to compete for a spot in the world renowned competition in Lyon, France. Listen in to hear the inside scoop on the mother of all culinary competitions.
 
The Bocuse d’Or World Cuisine Contest is the most rigorous international culinary competition, held every two years in Lyon, France. Twenty-four countries are selected to compete, and each country’s team is composed of one chef and one commis assistant.Each team is provided five and a half hours to create two elaborate platter presentations, one centered around seafood and one on meat, each accompanied by three original garnishes. The platters are presented before twenty-four judges, each of whom is among the most esteemed chefs in his/her own country. The judges evaluate the overall harmony of flavors in the dish, the presentation of the platter, the techniques employed and the efficiency in which the teams work.The intensity of the spectator’s enthusiasm is unique. Thousands of fans attend the event and are seated in sections in front of their competitors’ booth, waving flags, singing national chants, and providing general encouragement. The noise level of the arena elevates as the candidates race to complete their presentations to the judges. Hundreds of international photo and film journalists canvas the location, broadcasting the competition live around the world.
Watch this year’s Bocuse d’Or USA competition at  www.bocusedorusa.org

2-9-12 “RunCast” A Weekly Forum of Everything Running

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Feb 102012
 

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 atwww.raggedmountainrunning.com or friend them on Facebook

 

Real Estate Matters: 2-4-12 New CAAR President, Brad Conner

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Feb 102012
 

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!