Conversations with Lizz Sommars
This week guests Scott Smith, Jacqueline Newman, Steve Gilillan, and Tara Peters join Greg and Tony to discuss issues affecting our community right here in the Northwest.
question but big social programs those to be covered to the Medicare social security act. Well you are the states such as security Social Security is up for rendering tenure so we got beat something and it's it's Social Security . So fantastic. I've been paying into that for too long for them to turn around and not give me ready when I'm done yet when I hear it right. Or to great idea I hope you can spread the word here it's quite simple to us started you convinced Scott Smith 2016 dot com to find out more or the book a nobody for everybody in 26 team. Scott I had my wish
This week guests LeAnn Brown, Dr. Elaina George, Americorps, and Brad Berger join Greg and Tony to discuss issues affecting our community right here in the Northwest.
This week guests Peter Miller, Debbie Whitlock, Robert Buettner, and Sal Bichemi join Greg and Tony to discuss issues affecting our community right here in the Northwest.
the command to let our thing you know we're we're. Writing a new book where were have a viable than I did come too fast you can't work on all of them. And one of them
This week guests Julie Lythcott Haims, Cynthia Myer, Tammy Halstead, and Jay Forrest join Greg and Tony to discuss issues affecting our community right here in the Northwest.
their parents and I would say this summer but this summer after high school graduation It's a great time to have a conversation with your kid when you talk about what changing. The fact that they are
This week guests Mark Hoffman, Dr Frieda Birrnbaum, Laura Vanderkam, and Kyle Simon join Greg and Tony to discuss issues affecting our community right here in the Northwest.
they're they'll be healthy LC. Food but not not overly Libya it's good food to. Excellent I see your fitness is something I need more often my daily life come about what can a fitness things
Guest Steven Dunbar, Susan Edelman, Lisa Caza, and Ryan McCormick talk to Greg and Tony about issues affecting our community.
and stuff. Does that make it easier not to tackle a whole new book from scratch rather compile all these ideas together. You know what I thought that yeah. Giving. But then that you know you're
a little more personal Huntley. Learn about the to view in this new book . Yeah that you know well is still one big difference. Between the spoken others is that this book is a collection of
Ryan Ward talks to Greg about selling marijuana accessories online, John Horvat talks to Tony about drug use in the country, Musician Alvin Harrison talks to Greg about how music connects with humans, Neil Flansreich chats with Tony about geniuses.
humans can often be let free through musical expression not a wonderful. Performance art of all types can offer a counter too often over regimented life for. Rules and minutia the kitten our way of enjoying
Author James Conner joins Greg to talk about his book “The Super Yogi Scenario”, Tony talks to the organizers of Hempapalooza about their festival, Mark Matthews talks to Greg about Wildcats in our state, Shelly Seikki talks to Tony about coffee.
I. I'm new to this whole hemp people who desire. Music and film festival that's going on June 19 to the 22 and that's in Brennan Washington correct. That's exactly right the Olympic forest and so
get your enjoying music Grammy Award winning music as well as the film festival an audition for the marijuana shelve the. And that is this is interesting because and we were talking before he won in
David Richart from the Susan G Komen foundation talks to Greg about Breast Cancer, Brian Kenneth Swain talks to Tony about religion and atheism, Heather Lende talks to Greg about writing obituaries, Dr Greywall from Fat Me Not talks to Tony about losing weight,
there Chris Allen a great to have him here also Heidi male breast cancer survivor and on another participant and in Puget Sound Susan G. Komen the talent and they think you. The Susan G. Komen race for the cure series is the world's largest and most successful education. And fundraising event for breast cancer ever created in 2015. They're gonna have sixteen international races in eight countries with more than a 150 races clue hopefully one now. International komen race for the cure events are unique in each country however they all share the same common goal of a world without breast cancer of the great world to be and just as we hoped we filling in the summer this year our very own race for the cure hits the Seattle center on June 7 to join us. As we look at the issues that affect us here at home or community and across the nation so good morning David how did you get involved with the Susan G. Komen of future. Sent uh oh well my idea that matriarch of my family and my aunt Judy is a breast cancer survivor and has spanned four. Probably about 35 years who. Yasser she's still alive and doing well and from. It's of the
that one and eight women in the US will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. Heidi you're one of those what I ain't. It looks like the stats are giving them significantly better as we spend more time has significant progress been made thanks to events like this absolutely I think that through the years Susan G. Komen has seen that the the rate of recovery from an early detection of breast cancer has gone. The way way up so you can get better if you catch it early and so part of what we're
that come out this I'm sure there's various types of people as breast cancer knows no socioeconomic. Boundaries or anything. Right right right so. This is calm we're hoping that around 101000 people are gonna be
Dr Anne Malic talks about marriage with Greg, Melissa Hyme talks to Tony about craft beers, Bunni Laditan talks about raising toddlers with Greg, Mark Sheberton talks to Tony about kids
doors has been captured by. Who removed both online and in her new book toddlers are alone. I love the description living with a toddler is like living with its socio path given to that here