Episode 57 - Peg Runs a Half Marathon

Episode 57 - Peg Runs a Half Marathon

Runner and Grand Rapidian Peggy Bennett sprints from being a co-host to taking her first stroll to the guest chair. Peggy becomes a guest in the wake of her age-appropriate half marathon performance along the shore of one of the Great Lakes. Regulars Jim Gentile, Shelly Cummings and John Heintz discuss Peg’s run, body and mind.

Episode 54 - World Pride

Episode 54 - World Pride

Richard Young rejoins the podcast for a first-hand report from World Pride in New York. Jim, John and Richard discuss the past, present and future of the Stonewall legacy in the US and world. John joins the conversation from Kyoto and Jim joins from Silver Spring.

Episode 50 - Star Athlete Joanna Zeiger

Episode 50 - Star Athlete Joanna Zeiger

Olympic contender and world-class coach, Joanna Zeiger’s extraordinary life ranges from transitioning from amateur athlete to world champion, a career changing bike accident in 2009 and entrepreneurship into cannabis for chronic pain management. Joanna joins Peggy, Shelly, Jim and John for an easy-going discussion of a high-energy life.

Episode 49 - ENTP

Episode 49 - ENTP

For this week's episode our Gang of Four, each self-administered a version of the Myers-Briggs Personality Assessment tool.  the version they took is offered online by 16Personalities.com.  The link to the test is https://www.16personalities.com.  They each reveal their results, comment on those results (and those of their co-podcasters) and discuss the Myers-Briggs process in general, in their usual freewheeling style.  For more information about the Myers-Briggs Personality assessment tool, check out the Myers & Briggs Foundation website at https://www.myersbriggs.org/my-mbti-personality-type/mbti-basics/home.htm?bhcp=1.

Episode 47 - Superbloom!

Episode 47 - Superbloom!

Andy Rothstein grew up on the East Coast and became an adult transplant to the West Coast. Andy discusses his recent camping getaway to the California superbloom you can see from space as well as the food, people and demographic differences between life on America’s coasts.