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Wish someone told me dives into the worlds of small business owners as they navigate their business journeys. In this five part series, Nat Locke chats to small business owners about the ups and downs of running a business, what they’ve learned along the way and the things they wish they were told when they started out. We also cover topics such as business planning for growth, how to manage cashflow effectively, social media marketing, tips for tax time and managing staff.
 
We opened our doors to the community and began to provide quality health care on August 5th, 1996. Since that time, our office has expanded to include an array of health services. Among other services, our site is fully-equipped and available to provide on-site lab services, x-rays, EKGs, spirometry tests, ultrasounds, venous doppler studies, holters, echos, stress tests and physical therapy. In addition, we offer on-site appointments for specialist's consultations and follow-ups. Dr. Raul V ...
 
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Joining us this month is LA based Australian author Cassandra Austin. Sam chats to her about her latest thriller Like Mother, a gripping tale set in 1969 with an intergenerational twist. We also have lots of reviews to share with you including , The Happiest Man on Earth by Eddie Jaku, a remarkable story of a Holocaust survivor, All That is Solid M…
 
This month we celebrate Midsumma Festival, a chance to spotlight some of the wonderful LGBTQIA+ authors and stories that the library has to offer. Literature is a way to learn and understand different perspectives and it has been a pleasure to see the Rainbow Collection, stories about or written by LGBTQIA+ authors, expand over the past few years. …
 
In our second episode for 2021 Janine chats to author Alli Sinclair about her new novel The Code Breakers, a novel inspired by the real world efforts of Australian Women in WW2. We also have some great recommendations for you including: Michael Connelly's new thriller Law of Innocence Kim Liggett's gripping dystopian novel The Grace Year Louise Can…
 
I denne episoden har vi fått besøk av Yerkin Akhinzhanov som er Kazakhstans ambassadør til Norge. Kazakhstan er ett spennende land som binder Europa sammen med Asia, der landet grenser til det Kaspiske hav i vest og Kina i øst. Landet er rikt på kultur, historie og tradisjoner. Episoden er spilt inn på engelsk, så […]…
 
Vi følger opp en morsom og lærerik samtale med Bjørn Revil og får besøk av Cecilie Lyngby som er stortingskandidat for partiet «Folkeaksjonen Nei til med Bompenger» FNB til Stortingsvalget i 2021. Cecilie er folkevalgt av den gamle sorten, nemlig de som ønsker å være folkets tjener, lytte til velgerne og representere folkeviljen opp mot teknokrati,…
 
Conrad Myrland daglig leder i MIFF. Her får du svaret på mange spørsmål, blandt annet: -Er Conrad Myrland jøde? -Hvorfor engasjement for Israel? -Hvorfor er det behov for en jødisk stat? -Hva er det Arbeiderpartiet i Bergen gjør feil? -Hva skjedde da NRKs programleder kom med antisemittisk tirade? -Hvorfor bør alle besøke Israel?…
 
Power 93.7 WBLK hosted a Covid-19 Vaccine Town Hall, brought to you by Univera. On Saturday, February 20, 2021, held a live town hall on-air to share the facts about the COVID-19 vaccine. Dr. Raul Vazquez was among the professionals addressing concerns so that audiences could make an informed decision. Read More: Buffalo's COVID-19 Vaccine Question…
 
And we are back - Season 2 of Book Matters! In this episode we chat to award winning Victorian author Fiona Lowe and find out about her new book A Home Like Ours. We also hear from our book club organiser Makaila about the library Book Groups and of course there are some awesome reading recommendations from our staff!…
 
Tim is joined by Alexa Jadock, Practice Facilitator on the GBUACO Value Based Team and Director of the GBUCBO, Ebony White, Community Health Outreach Coordinator at REACH as well as for the African American Health Disparities Task Force, and Jennifer Wood, Doula at Calming Nature Doulas to discuss why getting the Flu Shot is so important. Learn mor…
 
In the next episode of our Summer Series, we look back on our chat with popular Australian writer Monica McInerney about her latest novel The Godmothers and she shares details of the research she undertook which takes us to Ireland, Scotland & England. We also hear about Monica’s writing process and her upcoming venture into Children’s books…
 
Over the Summer period we have a great program lined up on Book Matters for your listening pleasure. We have the best of our In-Conversation events during the year for you to listen to in case you missed them. In this episode Janine chats to Victorian rural fiction author Maya Linnell about her writing and her latest book Bottlebrush Creek, we hope…
 
In our new Summer series podcast Moira talks to Australian author Katherine Firkin about her debut crime novel Sticks and Stones. They chat about Katherine's years as an investigative news journalist and how this role influenced and inspired her research for this novel. Katherine also talks about being in NYC when COVID hit and how she had to leave…
 
Over the Summer period we have a great program lined up on Book Matters for your listening pleasure. We have the best of our In-Conversation events during the year for you to listen to in case you missed them. Sue chats to Queensland writer Barbara Hannay about her new novel - The Sisters Gift which is set on beautiful Magnetic Island and we learn …
 
In this episode Sydney writer Sandie Docker takes us back to those beach holiday days with her book The Banksia Bay Beach Shack, then we speak to historical fiction writer Fiona McIntosh about her latest book The Champagne War which takes us to the trenches of WW1 and the champagne region of France and as always we have some summer reading recommen…
 
In this episode we reflect on the theme for NAIDOC week 2020, Always Was Always Will Be, by highlighting works by First Nations authors. Tim spoke with writer, editor, teacher and proud Wuilli Wuilli woman Lisa Fuller about her award winning YA novel Ghost Bird . Sam recommends Gomeroi woman Alison Whittaker's collection Blakwork . We keep you up a…
 
Chelsea Adamski, Assistant Director of Value Based Payments at GBUACO, shares how Urban Family Practice achieved recognition by the American Heart Association for their efforts in improving quality of care for type 2 diabetes and improving blood pressure control among their patients.By Raul Vazquez
 
Tim and Nicole speak with GBUACO Data Analyst, Evan Castellani, as well as CEO of G-Health Enterprises, Dr. Raul Vazquez, about how GBUACO has been tracking COVID-19 testing data since March of this year. Here are the links to the GBUAHN COVID-19 test result dashboards: Overall info of GBUAHN COVID 19 testing – https://public.tableau.com/views/GBUA…
 
In this episode Sam chat's to author and journalist Andrew Sharwood about his new memoir From Snow to Ash, a story about hiking one of Australia's toughest walking trails and exploring the high country. We review Garth Nix's new YA adventure The lefthanded booksellers of London, Anne Youngsons Meet me at the Museum, The Long Call by Anne Cleeves an…
 
Geoffrey von Oeyen completed a dream house for his brother, only to see it destroyed by the Woolsey Fire two years ago. As he nears completion on the rebuild, he reflects on living in the wildland-urban interface. Also, Janna Ireland is on a mission to tell stories about Black people and their creativity. She talks about her new photo book of build…
 
In this special Book Week episode of Book Matters, Tim interviews YA author, Amie Kaufman about her new book, The Other Side of the Sky co-written with Meagan Spooner, about the worlds she creates in her books, her love of fantasy and her fascinating writing process. We have staff reviews of some of the nominated books for the CBC Book of the Year …
 
Roman Mars has spent 10 years using his radio show “99% Invisible” to reveal the everyday quirks and delights of cities. Now he’s co-written a book called “The 99% Invisible City: A Field Guide to the Hidden World of Everyday Design.” Mars talks with DnA about tales from LA, writing for print v. radio, and whether he secretly yearns to be a designe…
 
In this episode of Book Matters, Janine interviews romance and women’s fiction author, Karly Lane about her writing journey and her new novel Fool Me Once. We have staff reviews of American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins, Grown Ups by Marian Keys and The Cake Maker’s Wish by Josephine Moon. And Tim speaks with local author, Jessica Sanders about her journ…
 
Americans are experiencing an epidemic of loneliness. A coliving project in Hollywood was designed to remedy it. Then came a pandemic. Ten months after its opening, DnA explores the design of Treehouse with creative director Sean Knibb, architect Jeff Soler, and reporter Adriana Cargill. Some residents also share how the project just might be what …
 
In this episode Janine chats to Victorian author Lisa Ireland about writing thrillers and women’s fiction. Tim looks at Lilli Wilkinson’s After the Lights Go Out a topical thriller for teens in a world gone topsy turvey, Jen reviews Julian Fellow’s Belgravia a historical story from the creator of Downton Abbey, Sam explores Yangsze Choo’s thought p…
 
Ventilation has become a life or death issue as as experts find that COVID-19 infections increase in poorly ventilated interiors. DnA looks into the extreme measures being taken to improve air conditioning and asks whether outside air is cheaper and healthier. D.J. Waldie has a writerly gift for divining the “sacred ordinariness” in the fabric of L…
 
Keynote speaker at University of Buffalo's 2020 Igniting Hope Conference; Dr. Raul Vazquez, shares his insight on organizing community response efforts in times of a pandemic, restructuring the health care system to better anticipate pandemics, and to never lose hope. This discussion is one of many topics speakers address during the Conference. To …
 
In this episode of Book Matters, Janine interviews suspense author, Cassie Hamer about her writing life, her debut novel After the Party and her new novel, The End of Cuthbert Close. We have staff reviews of YA mystery novel The Deep Water by Sarah Epstein, The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart by Holly Ringland and The Land Beyond the Sea by Sharon Kay P…
 
California has around 21,000 licensed architects, and 300 of them are Black. SoCalNOMA (National Organization of Minority Architects) hopes to change that through its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Challenge. SoCalNOMA President Lance Collins also talks about decolonizing architecture education and finding an African American architectural langua…
 
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