Our guests are journalists Neal Karlen and Paul Tough.
Neal Karlen is a long-time contributor to The New York Times and the author of several books, the most recent being The Story of Yiddish: How a Mish-Mosh of Languages Saved the Jews.
Paul Tough is an editor at The New York Times Magazine and the author of Whatever It Takes: Geoffrey Canada’s Quest to Change Harlem and America. He talks with Matthew Rucker about the creation of the Harlem Children’s Zone, an area in central Harlem where Geoffrey Canada has implemented a revolutionary approach to public education.
Dr. Bruly talked with Kinshasha about effective strategies for maintaining your health and reducing stress.
Dr. Bruley also talked about the importance of Vitamin “D” in our diets, brightly colored vegetables and high quality sleep and exercise.
Dr. Bruly is a Medical Doctor and a Doctor of Chiropractic and Holistic Medicine. He holds the honor of being in the first graduating class at the Mayo Medical School in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1976. In addition to the Bruley Center, Rob has worked as a General Practitioner and an ER Physician for over 30 years.
Nightshade, another episode of Canada’s Greatest Superhero, The Red Panda, taking place on a zeppelin crossing of the ocean. And, to continue the Old Time Radio style, a time related story called The Rubber Clock*.