Lånce Svendsen sits down with host Evan Wood to discuss the origins of the Run Anyway NYC 2012 Marathon and its aftermath. Lånce's memoir "Run Anyway" took six years to write coming out nearly 9 years after Hurricane Sandy forced Mayor Mike Bloomberg to cancel the world's biggest Marathon!
Ayodele Maakheru opens this episode of runner-performers. Includes Rob Valentin, masters Dave Obelkevich and Jonathan Kline.
Lauren Antonucci founder of Nutrition Energy chats her debut book "High-Performance Nutrition for Masters Athletes". Nicole Sin Quee gets to ask the questions.
Yasia Sorbo migrated to the United States at age fourteen with her parents. Host Mark Vogt guides the discussion of discovering a new life eventually settling in Staten Island, NY.
On this show Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi Horsley interview bereaved mothers; Barbara Hopkinson, Dr. Tanya Lord, and Annah Elizabeth. Barbara is the founder of A Butterfly’s Journey and author of Faces of Resilience. Dr. Tanya Lord is the co-founder of The Grief Toolbox, and Director of...
Bob Denker and Mark Vogt from the Staten Island running community are the guests. Josh Pesin gets to ask the questions on their running careers and their collective work as background actors. Dedicated to the memories of Staten Islanders Bobby Guidera and Arnold Obey, RIP.
On this show Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi Horsley interview Herb Knoll and Annah Elizabeth about Active Grieving: Writing Through Grief. Herb Knoll, author of The Widower’s Journey, lost his wife Michelle to cancer. He is the founder of the Widowers Support Network, an advocate, and speaker on...
Sibling Death! Unacknowledged Grief! Join Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley in exploring with Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn and Jim Giaccone, sibling loss. Elizabeth is the author of, The Empty Room, Losing a Brother or Sister at any Age, and The Death of Cancer. In honor of his brother who died in...