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Schedule for August 01, 2014

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The Courage of the Lamb










Mill Creek MetroParks to present Bug Day Sunday  



(Youngstown, Ohio) Mill Creek MetroParks will present Bug Day on Sunday, August 3, from noon – 4 p.m. at the MetroParks Farm, 7574 Columbiana-Canfield Rd., Canfield, OH 44406. Free event.  


Although bugs may seem creepy and yucky, they are more fun than you might think. Earn your “Master of Bugology” diploma by playing bug games, racing bugs, hunting for bugs, viewing them through microscopes, and learning about honeybees. See special displays of live and preserved bugs from around the world. Listen as staff from the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County read stories about these crawly creatures. For event details, call Ford Nature Center at 330.740.7107 or visit www.millcreekmetroparks.org.  

 Nonie Darwish on BrainFood,





Dr. Mike Sevilla | Family Physician

The Courage of the Lamb

this week: Steve Forbes 

Frontline, Nonie Darwish, National Geographic,and 

CNBC's AMERICAN GREED's Executive Producer, Charles Schaeffer


Leah Ifft Vocal Music Scholarship Fund


Tracie McMillan, author of "The New Face of Hunger" in the August issue of National Geographic magazine, part of their months long series on issues of food security and sustainability." Chances are good that if you picture what hunger looks like, you don’t summon an image of someone like Christina Dreier: white, married, clothed, and housed, even a bit overweight. The image of hunger in America today differs markedly from Depression-era images of the gaunt-faced unemployed scavenging for food on urban streets. “This is not your grandmother’s hunger,” says Janet Poppendieck, a sociologist at the City University of New York. “Today more working people and their families are hungry because wages have declined.”

In the United States more than half of hungry households are white, and two-thirds of those with children have at least one working adult—typically in a full-time job. With this new image comes a new lexicon: In 2006 the U.S. government replaced “hunger” with the term “food insecure” to describe any household where, sometime during the previous year, people didn’t have enough food to eat. By whatever name, the number of people going hungry has grown dramatically in the U.S., increasing to 48 million by 2012—a fivefold jump since the late 1960s, including an increase of 57 percent since the late 1990s. Privately run programs like food pantries and soup kitchens have mushroomed too. In 1980 there were a few hundred emergency food programs across the country; today there are 50,000. Finding food has become a central worry for millions of Americans. One in six reports running out of food at least once a year. In many European countries, by contrast, the number is closer to one in 20.

To witness hunger in America today is to enter a twilight zone where refrigerators are so frequently bare of all but mustard and ketchup that it provokes no remark, inspires no embarrassment. Here dinners are cooked using macaroni-and-cheese mixes and other processed ingredients from food pantries, and fresh fruits and vegetables are eaten only in the first days after the SNAP payment arrives. Here you’ll meet hungry farmhands and retired schoolteachers, hungry families who are in the U.S. without papers and hungry families whose histories stretch back to theMayflower. Here pocketing food from work and skipping meals to make food stretch are so common that such practices barely register as a way of coping with hunger and are simply a way of life.



In a special developing report, FRONTLINE examines the unfolding chaos in Iraq and how the U.S. is being pulled back into the conflict. Drawing on interviews with policymakers and military leaders, the investigative team behind The Lost Year in IraqThe Torture QuestionEndgame and Bush’s War traces the U.S. role from the 2003 invasion to the current violence — exploring how Iraq itself is coming undone, how we got here, what went wrong and what happens next.



Transcript of Paul Shapiro and Nat Hentoff on the Louie b. Free Radio Show

i LOVE this new CD! (Paul returns to BrainFood this August)






i LOVE this new CD !(EIiana coming to BrainFood in August!)



(Steve Forbes, Frontline/Nonie Darwish, next week)


free concert front lawn of Main Library today at noon.Obsidian is playing Bring your lunch and enjoy the music on your lunch hour!

this is the LAST weekend for FORBIDDEN YOUNGSTOWN. If you want to see the show, please make your reservations as soon as possible. Seats are filling up. Two performances left: Friday and Saturday at 8pm. Tickets are $15 regular admission or $10 for students/seniors. For reservations, call 330 507 2358


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Jim Gilmore is a producer and reporter on FRONTLINE's "Losing Iraq," premiering July 29 at 10 pm on most PBS stations. Gilmore is a longtime producer/reporter who has worked on several dozen FRONTLINE documentaries over the past two decades — including the recent "United States of Secrets" (2014), the Peabody and Polk Award-winning "League of Denial" (2013), the Emmy and Polk Award winning series, “Money, Power and Wall Street, the Peabody award winning “Cheney’s Law” (2007), Emmy award winning "The Lost Year in Iraq" (2006),  Emmy Award winning "The Torture Question" (2005), and  "Bush’s War" (2008), a four-hour in-depth assessment of the war on terror. Gilmore is a graduate of New York University’s Film School; before coming to FRONTLINE, he worked for several years with the BBC. He has also produced for The Discovery Channel and The History Channel.

No War Is an Island

When Middle East Conflicts Become One


Transcript of Paul Shapiro and Nat Hentoff on the Louie b. Free Radio Show

i LOVE this new CD! (Paul returns to BrainFood this August)


i LOVE this new CD !(EIiana coming to BrainFood in August!)

Hamas Sermon from the Gaza Strip: Our Doctrine Entails Exterminating the Jews

Al-Aqsa TV (Hamas/Gaza) - July 25, 2014 - 00:54




Humane Society of Columbiana County



International Exposé: Sheep Killed, Punched, Stomped on, and Cut for Wool


The NEXT Best Art Window Gallery in Downtown Youngstown(kickstarter page)

by Courtney Waskin


 What Would Volney Rogers Say?



Wildlife Research Technician 

Ohio Division of Wildlife

Youngstown Makes Another List

 New undercover investigation

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