Another round of Top 5 stories of the week for you- entertainment edition! Sheila fills us in on some new movies generating Oscar buzz, the latest make-ups and break-ups, and more! Also included is a long tangent about our life plans for the children of Stranger Things.
Welcome to this month’s book club episode! We’ll review Katherine Heiny’s “Standard Deviation,” introduce next month’s selection, “Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine,” and chat about Erin’s Haiti trip and new house. If you have requests for our upcoming live episode, let us know!
On today’s episode, we’re talking physician assisted suicide, physician aid-in-death, euthanasia, death with dignity… all of the above. We’re breaking down the laws and where it’s legal, Dr. Jack Kevorkian’s pioneering and unconventional efforts, and where you’ll find this in pop culture.
In this episode we’re talking old men in Hollywood who are using their power and privilege to take advantage of younger women, specifically R. Kelly’s (alleged) sex cult. Remind me, didn’t he call Bill Cosby a pervert? Tune in to get all the info on some of the creeps.
It’s month 3 of our book club! We review Bryn Greenwood’s semi-autobiographical novel and provide general chatter about how morally challenging it was to read. We hope you’ll join us for next month’s book, ‘Behold the Dreamers’ by Imbolo Mbue.
Today we're talking safe sun practices. What does SPF actually mean, and why do so many people put it on incorrectly? We're also filling you in on the most common kinds of skin cancer, what to look out for, and the importance of regular skin checks. Find a dermatologist near you!
Now, this is a story all about how… in this episode we discuss “The Hate U Give,” a young adult novel by Angie Thomas. We also announce next month’s book: “All the Ugly and Wonderful Things,” by Bryn Greenwood. Special thank you to all of our listeners who submitted their surveys for this book talk and we hope you’ll join us next month, too!
In this episode we’re talking about mindful eating and the concept of Health at Every Size. Just a couple of baes talking about HAES.
In this month’s book club meeting, we discuss “I Liked My Life” by Abby Fabiaschi. Thanks to all of our participants who shared their thoughts on this (spoiler: not-so-good) novel. Next month: “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas.
In this episode we’re going to talk caffeine. What it’s doing to your body and your brain, the best and worst ways to ingest it, and some of the latest trends for how to get your fix.