Monthly Archives: January 2016

Sharon Palmer, the Plant Powered Dietician and Chris Cook’s “What in the World” update

Sharon Palmer RD has combined her passion for food with her concern for good health, and brings 16 years of health care experience to our interview.  She also shares her nutrition experiences in written articles and books covering health, wellness, nutrition, … Continue reading

Posted in justice | Leave a comment

Target Theatre’s Artistic Director Tony Cain, BC SPCA Call Centre Manager Stephanie Sheffield, Chris Cook and “What in the World” for Winds of Change Jan 14 2016

Tony Cain has been the Artistic Director at Target Theatre for about 3 years.  Founded in 1986, Target Theatre has grown into a company of mature actors who provide a voice for seniors’ concerns.  Stephanie Sheffield is Manager of the Call Centre Operations … Continue reading

Posted in justice | Leave a comment

Paul Ryan: Cafe Art, Hope in Shadows Calendars – providing a hands up for impoverished artists

Cafe Art is a unique initiative showcasing artwork created by people affected by homelessness or who are socially vulnerable.  You can view the paintings on their website, or experience it yourself firsthand by exploring many small, hard-working, independent London Cafes who … Continue reading

Posted in justice | Leave a comment