Elizabeth Stark, Erin Long -Registered Dietitians and Healthy Living Coordinators, and Casey Koch-Mystery Tour Coordinator, all from Weis Markets. We’ll discuss back to school lunches that are...
Thursday 9/3/15 7:10am and 7:40am: Fred Keller, state representative (R-85th, Kreamer) on the budget stalemate in Harrisburg, medical marijuana and other hot topics from Harrisburg.
Elizabeth Stark, Erin Long -Registered Dietitians and Healthy Living Coordinators, and Casey Koch-Mystery Tour Coordinator, all from Weis Markets. We’ll discuss back to school lunches that are healthy, affordable and nutritious. We’ll also discuss some fall healthy eating tips and discuss ‘family month.’
Lt. Jack Cole (Ret.)-Law Enforcement Against Prohibition will talk about the nationwide effort to decriminalize marijuana and other drugs. He’ll be on Dr. Oz and other national shows this week.
The Reverend Dr. Leah Schade-Pastor, author, environmental activist, on her new book ‘Creation -Crisis Preaching: Ecology, Theology, and the Pulpit. We’ll talk about the book which relates climate change and pollution, to the oppression of women. The academic book also introduces the term ‘ecofeminism.’
Fritz Heinemann-President and CEO Economics Pennsylvania, on their new curricula, including a sustainability component of the Stock Market Game. We’ll discuss the student investments in coal, potatoes and mortgages.
Dr. Walter Brasch-Emeritus professor of Journalism Bloomsburg University, author and veterans advocate, on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, and the shooting of a reporter and videographer in Virginia.
: Movie Mike McGranaghan-Professional movie critic, author and womens advocate, with his review of ‘American Ultra,’ and entertainment news about Dr. Dre, Amy Schumer and Jennifer Lawrence, and news about Star Wars toys.
Natalie Harnett-New Pennsylvania author with the book, The Hollow Ground, talking about the tough lives of a family in Pennsylvania’s coal country, with mine fires, Molly Maguire murders, and dramatic characters with difficult lives.