fitness

The Roundtable
11:45 am
Wed January 15, 2014

"One Simple Change" By Winnie Abramsom, ND

    

  We all want to look and feel better, and One Simple Change shows us how. In this wellness guide, Healthy Green Kitchen blogger Winnie Abramson compiles 50 small changes that readers can easily make to improve their everyday well-being.

Abramson—who has a doctorate in naturopathic medicine—throws fad diets out the door in favor of age-old culinary wisdom, green living tips, cutting-edge nutrition information, and 15 simple and easy recipes.

Arts & Culture
11:12 am
Wed May 8, 2013

Mo'Nique

    Comedian and multi-media powerhouse, Mo’Nique, will perform four shows at Levity Live in West Nyack, NY this weekend - two on Friday and two on Saturday.

In 1999, Mo’Nique’s career took a quantum leap once she landed the starring role as Nikki Parker on UPN’s hit television series, “The Parkers.” Mo’Nique was also the first female to host NBC’s nationally televised program, “Showtime at the Apollo” in 2002. She carried the legendary torch for three consecutive seasons. In 2010 she won the Academy Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role for the film, Precious: Based on the Novel Push by Sapphire.

The Roundtable
10:35 am
Wed May 8, 2013

"The World’s Strongest Librarian" by Josh Hanagarne

    Josh Hanagarne, now thirty-five, first began experiencing symptoms of Tourette’s at the age of six. For the next thirty years, Josh wrestled with that kamikaze pilot, whom he eventually nicknamed “Misty,” short for “Miss T.” The Tourette’s symptoms—verbal and facial tics, body spasms, self-inflicted punches—increased and intensified as he grew older. Moments of calm were few and far between.

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The Roundtable
11:35 am
Wed May 16, 2012

I Never Intended to Be Brave: A Woman's Bicycle Journey Through Southern Africa

We welcome Heather Anderson and speak with her about I Never Intended to Be Brave: A Woman's Bicycle Journey Through Southern Africa. She will be speaking and signing copies of her book at the RoeJan Library on Saturday, May 19.