FL News Podcasts

FLN News / A Look at the Super Bowl Commercials

02.08.10 | Bob Price

Dr. Bob Thompson, professor of Pop Culture at Syracuse, offers his take on this year's Super Bowl ads.

Food For Thought / Super Bowl Snack Food

02.05.10 | Sherri Watters

Sherri talks snack food...Super Bowl snack food that is...

Teaching & Learning Institute / Major Issues Facing School Districts

02.04.10 | Cecil Van Houten

Dr. Kerr and Cecil discuss some of the major issues facing school districts today - budget constraints, conduct and discipline issues and the important of involvement by people of faith.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Heart of Lewisburg Ice Festival

02.03.10 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Martha Manikas-Foster for this Neighborhoods in the Network feature report on the Heart of Lewisburg Ice Festival. It's a celebration that could bring as many as 3,000 people to Lewisburg, Pennsylvania’s historic downtown.

FLN News / The High Tech Rescues For Haiti

02.02.10 | Ed Thomas

A little-known story behind the massive work taking place to help earthquake-torn Haiti is the role that the modern technology of cell phones is playing in the campaign to put together monetary resources for the country. FLN News takes a look at how that's made an amazing difference in relief work ...

FLN News / Change in Looks More Than Surface Deep

02.01.10 | Ed Thomas

It’s everywhere, from the covers of magazines in the checkout aisles to the nightly tv gossip shows to cable television channels: people changing their appearances by some degree of cosmetic surgery, to try to change their lives. Is it accepted, and is it working?

Food For Thought / Brown Fat

01.29.10 | Sherri Watters

Sherri talks about brown fat, which is fat that the body makes when you eat a lot of processed foods. There's science today that seems to think it will help you lose weight, but Sherri says the science is misleading.

Teaching & Learning Institute / Dealing With Budget Cuts in NYS Education

01.28.10 | Cecil Van Houten

In this podcast, Dr. Kerr shares the severity of the implications of the Governor's proposed $1.1 billion budget cuts in education in New York State. Reminding listeners that Pennsylvania will soon be in a similar situation he puts forth several ideas for how local school boards can begin to deal ...

Neighborhoods in the Network / Abba's Coffee House (Du Bois, PA)

01.27.10 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Join Martha Manikas-Foster for this Neighborhoods in the Network report on Abba’s Coffee House, a drug-free, tobacco-free and violence-free snack shop and concert venue at 49 West Long Avenue in downtown Du Bois, PA. It’s a place staffed by Christian volunteers where all young people are ...

FLN News / Census Numbers Count For NY

01.26.10 | Ed Thomas

THE U.S. CENSUS BUREAU’S OFFICIAL CAMPAIGN FOR 2010 BEGAN IN REMOTE ALASKA THIS WEEK, BUT ALSO IN THE SOUTHERN TIER WITH A NEW REGIONAL OFFICE COVERING CENTRAL AND WESTERN NEW YORK. FEDERAL AND STATE OFFICIALS ARE DOING EVERYTHING THEY CAN TO EMPHASIZE AN ACCURATE CENSUS MEANS FINANCIAL HELP, ...

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