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Come Along For The Ride Podcast

Come Along For The Ride Podcast

You and the family can play along and see if you can beat Bobby & Korby at trivia!

Masks, Christmas, and Love

You and the family can play along and see if you can beat Bobby & Korby at trivia!

The Wizard of Oz, It’s a Wonderful Life, and Things That Are Odd

You and the family can play along and see if you can beat Bobby & Korby at trivia!

Barbie, The Movie Elf, and Broadway Musicals

You and the family can play along and see if you can beat Bobby & Korby at trivia!

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EASY Community Focus

EASY Community Focus

'Community Focus' is EASY 93.1's long-running signature community affairs program, airing each Sunday morning at 6:50 a.m. ET, hosted by correspondent Ellen Jaffe.

Children's Harbor

Guest: Tiffani Dhooge, President / CEO talks about services for abused teenagers; continued support for teens aging out of foster care., Gala fundraiser 3/9. http://www.childrensharbor.org

Carnaval on the Mile / JobNews USA

1. Pablo Lau, President of Kiwanis of Little Havana, talks about Carnaval Miami events, which fund youth enrichment programs throughout the year. http://www.carnavalmiami.com 2. Tiffany Price, General Manager of JobNews USA talks about the Mega Job Fair Wednesday, 2/28 at Amerant Bank Arena. http://www.jobnewsusa.com

Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida

Guests: Troop Mom, Ashley Ballard; Girl Scout, Mya; Director of Marketing for Girl Scouts of Southeast Florida, Melinda Glasco. They discuss the many benefits of Girl Scouting and Cookie Sales, plus the Cookies for the Military event 22/16. http://www.gssef.org

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EASY Viewpoints

EASY Viewpoints

Each week on 'Viewpoints,' you'll hear from experts, authors and newsmakers in fields such as business, social sciences, sports, education, popular culture and the arts. 'Viewpoints' airs on EASY 93.1 each Sunday morning at 6:20 a.m. ET.

From Businesswoman to Chef / Online sports Betting

Segment 1: Guest: Joanne Chang, pastry chef, owner, Flour Bakery, Myers and Chang. A young Joanne Chang envisioned a prominent career in business. She graduated from Harvard University with a degree in applied mathematics and economics and went into consulting in her twenties. Despite career success, she decided to switch gears and become a chef. We hear about her culinary career journey and the advice she has for others who may be in a similar boat. https://www.instagram.com/joannebchang/?hl=en. Segment 2: Guests: Dr. Lia Nower, professor, School of Social Work, Rutgers University, director, Center for Gambling Studies, Rutgers University; Dr. Timothy Fong, clinical professor, psychiatry, University of California-Los Angeles, co-director, UCLA Gambling Studies Program. : Online sports betting is a multi-billion-dollar industry and is only increasing in size year over year. We cover this burgeoning sector, the lack of overhead regulation in the U.S. and the risks this pervasive form of gambling has on a younger population. https://www.gamtalk.org/

Early Women of the West / Disintegrating Framework

Segment 1: Guest: Winifred Gallagher, historian, author, New Women in the Old West. Contrary to the stereotype of cowboys and shootouts, for thousands of women, living out West meant greater independence, and an opportunity to start anew. Historian and author Winifred Gallagher joins us this week to share how the women of the Old West paved the way for women across the U.S. https://tinyurl.com/2p8ybvbp Segment 2:Guests: Laurie Garrow, professor, co-director of the Center for Urban and Regional Air Mobility at the Georgia Institute of Technology; Michael McCormick, assistant professor, air traffic management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. We speak with two aviation experts about the recent outage in the air traffic control system that caused the grounding of all flights, and what it means for all technology-reliant industries. https://www.faa.gov/newsroom/faa-notam-statement

How to Deal With Stress / Vulnerability to U.S. Power Grids

Segment 1: Guest: Guest: Dr. Elissa Epel, health psychologist, professor, vice chair, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, University of California – San Francisco, author, The Stress Prescription: Seven Days to More Joy and Ease.A new year bring new stressors. We speak with University of California – San Francisco professor and health psychologist Dr. Elissa Epel about how to better manage stress by employing certain lifestyle habits. https://www.elissaepel.com/. Segment 2: Guest: Adrienne Lotto, senior vice president, Grid Security, Technical, and Operations at the American Public Power Association.In recent years, power attacks on electric power stations in the U.S. have become more common. We discuss what’s driving this uptick, how power companies and government organizations are responding and what you should know as a consumer. https://www.publicpower.org/

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