Monday August 25, 2014
A Home for Our Heroes
The "American Dream" has long been a defining characteristic of our country and home ownership is at the heart of that ethos. Events of the past decade have rendered this milestone all but unattainable for many Americans, including our nation's veterans. Habitat for Humanity is fighting to change that by uniting donors, builders and volunteers across all of Hampton Roads in a growing initiative to provide homes for the families of service members in need. We'll talk with these individuals who are empowering local veterans to make the dream of owning a home a reality.
Wayne Lavender - Executive Director, Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads
RADM Stanley Bryant (USN Ret.) - Chair, Habitat for Heroes Program of Southeastern Hampton Roads
Habitat for Heroes Inaugural Golf Tournament
Lydia Mata - Habitat for Heroes Recipient
Danielle Day - Habitat for Heroes Recipient
Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Life in Hampton Roads 2014
Each year, Old Dominion University's Social Science Research Center conducts a "Life in Hampton Roads" survey. This year marks the fifth edition of the telephone survey designed to gauge the "mood" of our region. We'll speak with the creators of the survey and see how Hampton Roads residents feel about diverse issues and topics including transportation and traffic, local and state government, education, health, emergency preparedness, the economy and crime.
Dr. Jesse Richman - Faculty Director, Social Science Research Center at ODU
Dr. Tancy Vandecar - Associate Director, Social Science Research Center at ODU.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
HearSay's Delicious Dish: 8/27/14
Segment A: Flavor Profiles
First up in our monthly cooking program, HearSay host Cathy Lewis talks with our favorite foodie Patrick Evans-Hylton and gets the latest dish on local restaurants and eateries with our popular "Flavor Profiles" segment.
Chef Patrick Evans-Hylton - Award-winning food journalist and James Beard Award judge, who has covered local food and foodways through print, radio and television since 1995. He is the author of several books, including Dishing Up Virginia. He is the editor (expert) at About.com's Fish and Seafood Cooking site.
Segment B: Cooking Classes for the Masses
Getting a culinary degree is great, but what if you want to learn a few new tips and tricks in the kitchen? On today’s HearSay we find out about some places that offer recreational cooking classes here in Hampton Roads.
Dedra Blount - Former Chef Instructor, Johnson & Wales, Owner, Now You're Cooking Culinary Studio
Kevin Jamison - New Earth Farm offers cool classes down on the farm in Pungo where folks go and pick fresh produce and head to the learning center with an area chef to cook and learn.
Troy Camacho - Casual Gourmet classes at Culinary Institute of Virginia offers some great classes for recreational cooking at the university
Hungry? Stop by the station for a bite. We'll have these food trucks on location:
Hashi Food Truck
Thursday, August 28, 2014
HearSay Pet Health and Off the Leash
Dog parks can be a great chance for dogs and their owners to break the everyday monotony of "the walk" and cut loose a little bit. However, with the freedom of the dog park comes dangers for the pooches and a surprisingly complex subculture for the humans. Join us today as we take all your pet health questions and try to better prepare you for those unleashed days at the dog park!
Dr. Phyllis Neumann - Veterinarian, Todds Lane Veterinary Hospital
Matthew Gilbert - TV critic for the Boston Globe, Author or OFF THE LEASH: A Year at the Dog Park
OFF THE LEASH
*Please note, topics and guests are subject to change.