articles tagged "Jonathan Zarov"

Family: Thanksgiving Edition

Friday, 23 November 2012 | buzz
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On Friday November 23, in this special Thanksgiving ‘Family’ edition of the Friday 8 O’Clock Buzz, our host Jonathan Zarov speaks with his siblings about the topic of family and the significance of birth order. He speaks with siblings Herb, the oldest, Ira, the middle child, and Marcia, the only girl child and the youngest until Jonathan was born. They speak about the typical stereotypes of birth orders, for example, the oldest child typically has values that are more aligned with the parents, and are more conventional. Herb believes that he somewhat fits into that category, although his family’s perception of him is quite different from that of others in terms of political leaning. Herb also spent time with his [...] more »

NesAlla Kombucha

Friday, 16 November 2012 | buzz
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On Friday November 16, host Jonathan Zarov speaks with Vanessa Tortolano and Alla Shapiro, creators of NessAlla. They explain the Kombucha drink, a fermented tea containing probiotics, vitamins B and C, anti-oxidants, and helpa the body to detoxify. Alla, who grew up in Russia, discovered in the U.S. that her family had been making Kombucha at home in Russia for generations.   Sharing a common interest in herbs, the women came together to help the community take control of their health, holding classes and educating people about the health benefits of Kombucha. “The first couple of years we did a lot of education…a lot of talking, not as much selling. So we really made sure people know what it was, [...] more »

Tech Report with Sandee Seiberlich: Project Management Tools

Friday, 16 November 2012 | buzz

On Friday November 16, host Jonathan Zarov brings the Tech Report with Sandee Seiberlich, discussing tools to assist with Project Management. Sandee recommends that before purchasing anything, one should first evaluate the project itself, and determine what is needed from the tool, “are you going to be just using it as a planning tool? Keeping a task list? Sharing or collaborating on documents?” She also suggests considering whether the product is to be primarily run on the computer itself, or be web-based. Also, she recommends searching for a companion application for a smart phone or other devices.   Sandee provides a review of Microsoft Project: she says that though it can manage resources and time, it is not meant to [...] more »

Natalie and Dean Bakopoulos

Friday, 9 November 2012 | buzz
Natalie B.

On Friday Nov 9, in this special Wisconsin Book Festival edition, Jonathan Zarov speaks with Natalie and Dean Bakapoulos. The brother and sister team will be presenting, “Well, At Least We Can Write about It Someday” as part of the festival at A Room of One’s Own bookstore this Saturday from 6:30 – 7:45. Natalie, who teaches at the University of Michigan, is the author of The Green Shore, and Dean, who teaches at Grinnell College, is the author of My American Unhappiness.   Their talk will be about the shared memories of their childhoods, the dynamics between them as authors. They explain that because both of their focuses are fiction, even though they would be drawing from the same [...] more »

Losing Gender

Friday, 9 November 2012 | buzz
Trans-Kin

On Friday Nov 9, as part of the special Wisconsin Book Festival edition, our host Jonathan Zarov speaks with Helen Boyd, author of She’s Not the Man I Married, Cameron Whitley, co-editor of Trans-Kin: A Guide for Family &Friends of Transgender People, and Miriam Hall, who has contributed an essay in Trans-Kin.   They speak about trans issues in society- Cameron explains, “I do see that there’s going to be progression…we see a lot of other significant others, family members, friends and allies trying to come to terms with what it means to be in a relationship with a transgender person, and how they negotiate their identities. When we transition, we also have to remember that the people around us [...] more »

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