Welcome to Corona Radio 7 with our very special guest, Ellen Schwartz. Ellen is a special soul, who together with her husband and children, raised a son, Jacob, who had Canavan Disease, a progressive neurodegenerative disease. The doctors said Jacob would live until around five. He passed away last January at 21 years old. What
I decided to change my format when the Carona virus began visiting us. I figured its wiser to go to 1/2 hour and hopefully bring a succinct calming voice to HatRadio! listeners. I therefore launched Carona Radio highliting acts of kindness. I'm bringing on guests who are empathetic in nature, positive, and hopeful, one of
Corona Radio 5: Ron Maclean of Hockey Night in Canada Talks Philosophically About Life and the Corona Virus.
In this episode of Corona Radio, Ron Maclean of Hockey Night in Canada talks prosaically and philosophically about the struggles of living through this Corona Virus era. He grapples with how to work through our personal challenges vs. communal challenges. He alludes to Don Cherry, his lost friendship, and NHL superstars, in responding to questions
Corona Radio 4: Sharing Information & the Needs of the Jewish Community & Beyond As The Virus Spreads
The needs of the Jewish community and beyond, are growing as the Corona Virus spreads. Please let me know if you are in need of services, products etc. and I will do my best to put it on the show. Similarly, if you are supplying a need (e.g. The BAYT synagogue has a shopping service
Well the Corona Virus numbers are increasing just as we suspected. That sucks! Ya, we're worried. But what's increasing as well is the level of goodness and kindness in our community and throughout the world. Have a listen to Corona Radio 3 to hear how that is playing out. I dedicated the show to Ve'ahavta's
I recorded Corona Radio - Show 2 - this on March 16th after midnight. I wanted to do it then, as I was tired and could barely keep my eyes open. I felt it was crucial my honesty would find a way to reach you. Hopefully that is the case. Folks, it's a demanding time.
The Corona Virus. It's a thorny time isn’t it? The thing is, the entire planet, every single person in our world, is in this together. Our fears, nervousness, impatience sadness and hope are all pretty much the same. So, I produced a half hour show show called CARONA RADIO to speak to these times and
Mark Diamond, my guest on episode 57 of HatRadio!, owns a camp. Imagine! The guy owns a camp. Who wouldn't want that? And not only does he own a camp (actually co-owns it), it is truly one of the most loving, caring, empathetic camps out there. The camp is called Camp Manitou, it's pretty high-end
Mae West's voice was epic. Raspy epic. Bob Dylan's voice couldn't be mistaken. Listening to Bob sing is like curling up in his nostril and absorbing his breathes. Then there's Jeff Woods, the kid from Oshawa, one of the most talented Rock & Roll historian, authors, broadcaster and podcasters in the world today with a
Dr. Gordon Arbess is my guest on Episode 55 of HatRadio! Gordy is a family doctor with a focus on HIV/AIDs. He is a highly compassionate award-winning doc who talks in length about the struggles of many of his senior AIDS patients, several whom who live on/near the street. Gordy explains his empathy for them
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