Greg Perosi shares his Summer memories of Kamp Kiwanis, a camp for people with disabilities in Upstate New York.
Alan Russo/Life-Wire News with Kathryn Carse/Lifestyles for the Disabled I started riding when I was four years old, and I still love it at 31. Going to Rocking Horse Dude Ranch gives me a chance to ride on trails in the country. There are a lot of other activities too such as eating good food […]
Recently Life-Wire News Service bloggers had the chance to chat about what there is to do in the nation’s capital.
Steve Filoramo chats with George Giove about Brother’s Pizzeria, his family’s Port Richmond operation, where he’s learned something about making a pie and running a business.
The famous Rockefeller tree lighting starts off a season of festivities closer to home. Listen to Anthony Pabon preview local tree and holiday lighting displays, including the new and recently opened Winter Lantern Festival. Guest Doug Patterson provides details about the Westerleigh Park Tree Lighting.
Mr. Mystery, a.k.a. Anthony DiFato, delves into the mysterious side of Amazon Prime BritBox, where he finds RAI’s Nero Wolfe and other series.
More than twenty scholars of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders from countries all over sub-Saharan Africa spent the month of July learning what they could about nonprofit organizations and how they serve people here.
Anthonio Pabon talks about his appearance in a Leah Jenea video, “Perfectly Imperfect, marking autism awareness month. Be sure to watch the video on You Tube:
We opened up the pool yesterday, Joe. -Greg
Grandma’s cooking with the crew and chats up the Lifetones’ Spring Concert