Here's the rundown for this week's guests (updated)
Trends Journal publisher Gerald Celente makes a stunning prediction for the near future for America and the world
Budget expert Peter Kiernan discusses the crises that may soon affect local and regional governments
We talk with international restorative justice expert Dominic Barter, and with Kit Miller of the Rochester-based Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence, in advance of Mr. Barter’s address at the U of R the following weekend
The Kodak patent auction and the future of what was once estern New York’s biggest manufacturing business; we talk with veteran market and business analyst George Conboy, president of Brighton Securities
Gardening experts Greg Frank and Mike Tanzini answer your questions about everything you grow
Media expert Tom Proietti of St. John Fisher College and MCC discusses the TV season to come, the radio and TV we’re seeing now, and the election coverage we’re getting
D&C home repair columnist Jerry Ludwig joins us to answer your questions about getting your house in better shape
EKRA president Art Roberts discusses new developments in the Kodak Chapter XI process, new state legislation on retiree
health care, and how they may affect Kodak’s thousands of area retirees
Friday 8/17 (Healthy Friday)
Elissa Orlando presents a two hour program discussing issues of personal health
Healthy Friday Noon Part 1:
Dr. William Valenti, AIDS Care Rochester: HIV AIDS research and update and Rochester’s White Party
Healthy Friday Noon Part 2:
Dr. Louis Eickel Rochester, General Health System: Prostate Cancer Treatment Options
Healthy Friday 1pm Hour
Doctors Tim Malins RGHS and Chad Teeters, URMC Highland Hospital: Eggs and Cholesterol.
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