June 14 marked the official kickoff for "World Blood Donor Day" and across the US the demand for blood is a vital component in helping to save lives.
For 21 years retired U.S. Army Colonel Douglas Lising took orders from the United States government. But, he signed up for that. What he didn't sign up for was a Federal Government that constantly oversteps it's bounds to interfere in state sovereignty and individual freedoms.
In his latest book Watergate, author Thomas Mallon does a remarkable job of retelling the story of the Watergate scandal. Through a kaleidoscope of characters Mallon points out the highs and lows of the scandal as well as the comedic tragedy that was the Nixon administration.
The Robert Talbott vineyards in California boast some five hundred acres of grape vines. The Talbott name is synonomous with high end end neckwear but owner Robert Talbott found his true passion in winemaking.
This weeks Al is joined by former Entertainment chief for ABC, Steve McPherson. While at ABC he oversaw such hit shows as Grey's Anatomy, Dancing With The Stars and Ugly Betty. Since that time he has pursued his passion and love for wine.
In the world of wine the name Paul Hobbs is highly regarded. Not only as a top notch winemaker but as a world renown wine consultant.
This week Al's guest is celebrity restaurateur Joe Bastianich, who along with his partner Mario Batali, have re-defined the restaurant industry. Tune in this Sunday evening as Joe Bastianich talks about his passion for food and the delicious secrets of the restaurant business.
This week Al's guest is Warren Littlefield the former President of NBC Entertainment. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 for an irresistible insiders account of the greatest era in television history.
Few US companies will change their corporate culture simply because it is the "right thing to do." Change in corporate cultures come about because of a compelling business reason to do so, and every workplaces is at that critical point.
While the Supreme Court hears arguments regarding the President's Health Insurance Mandate. Others believe the final decision will ultimately define Barack Obama's Presidency.
How important is it to preserve for public use, properties of scenic, historic and ecological value in Massachusetts? Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al speaks with Leigh Rae about the ongoing efforts of the Trustees of Reservations.
There are good wines, great wines and at the top of the list fabulous wines. This week Al travels to California where he speaks with winemaker Camille Benitah. She was born in France and studied winemaking in Bordeaux one of the worlds top wine regions.
It could happen to any of us. You wake up one morning with slight weakness in your left leg and by the end of the day you're in your local hospital's ICU with tubes running into your arms,nose and down your throat. You've lost your ability to speak and move.
Most Americans have always believed that good people could find work and support themselves. Unfortunately, that idea may be gone forever and no economic recovery will bring it back.
During the 1960's Holy Cross College, Black Power and Racial injustice were an unholy mix. At the same time a bold Jesuit priest by the name of John Brooks made it a memorable time for a small number of black men who he personally recruited.
Have you ever wondered how all those great wines we see in liquor stores and on restaurant wine lists get there? Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al is joined by Eric Perez, one of New England's top wine salespeople.
For all you food and wine lovers this weeks show will hopefully reduce the holiday gift buying stress. Joining Al this week is New England manager for Winebow wine importers, Andy Gezell. They will be talking about the signature grape of Argentina, the Malbec.
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