FL News Podcasts

Neighborhoods in the Network / Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site (Buffalo, NY)

06.24.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

In 1901 Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as president of the United States---not in Washington, DC, but in a private home in Buffalo, NY. After taking that oath of office in this home on Delaware Avenue, Roosevelt would go on to change the role of the American presidency.

FLN News / Carrying the Cross

06.23.09 | Bob Price

Meet the man whose walked the globe witnessing to world leaders with a cross on his back. Arthur Blessit is in the Guiness book of World records for going on the world's longest walk. He's logged over 38-thousand miles the past 38 years, and has witnessed to prominent leaders.

FLN News / Father's Day

06.19.09 | Sarah Harnisch

FLN's Sarah Harnisch has a way for you to celebrate Father's Day, promote adoption, and satisfy a sweet tooth all at the same time.

FLN News / Teens and Sleep

06.18.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Are your kids getting enough sleep? FLN's Bob Price talks with Martha Manikas-Foster about a new health study that suggests too few z's could leave your child at risk for depression.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Wooly Willy Wonderdaze (Smethport, PA)

06.17.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

Smethport, PA will be celebrating the iconic Wooly Willy magnetic drawing toy with the Wooly Willy Wonderdaze festival June 18-21, 2009. Around 75 million units of the magnetic drawing set have been sold since Wooly Willy was developed in Smethport in 1955.

FLN News / The Pros and Cons of Healthcare Reform

06.16.09 | Bob Price

Will the healthcare reform bill being debated in Congress right now do more harm than good? Analysts weigh in.

FLN News / Stunt Woman

06.15.09 | Bob Price

FLN News is talking to Christian Hollywood stuntwoman Terri Cadiente. She has just written a book about her journey to faith and talks to Bob Price about how she came to be a real life stuntwoman.

Food For Thought / Grilling 101

06.12.09 | Sherri Watters

FLN's Sherri Waters gets you into the summer cooking spirit with some grilling do's and don'ts.

FLN News / The Rise of Homeschooling

06.11.09 | Sarah Harnisch

The number of homeschoolers has doubled in the last 8 years according to USA Today. Sarah Harnisch goes to the experts to discuss this issue. Rudy is from Long Island and is the president of NY state LEAH, and Judy has worked homeschool conventions in NY and PA for over a decade.

Neighborhoods in the Network / Steamtown (Scranton, PA)

06.10.09 | Martha Manikas-Foster

A visit to the Steamtown National Historic Site in Scranton, PA is a trip into the past that will take you into the future. Learn how the railroads helped shape America into the country we know today, and how they may be the key to our future energy and transportation needs.

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