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Cut Through the Noise with Dave Turano

Oct 11, 2022

In 2020, COVID-19 threw the world into turmoil. For many of us, this was the first time that we had to take immediate – and drastic – action to protect our health and the health of others. We had to follow a new set of emergency policies and protocols, put in place at a time when many experts and authorities were...


Oct 4, 2022

Like many Americans, Josie Warren touts a troubling backlog of health issues. Throughout her life, she suffered from thyroid issues, eating disorders, alcoholism, and a host of other challenges that kept her and her body on a perpetual see-saw of symptoms. Being chronically ill became a way of life for Josie. She relied...


Sep 27, 2022

Loss is catastrophic. Nothing will fill the void left by a loved one, and there’s no quick fix for a broken heart. 

Loss can also be the catalyst for uncertainty. What will life look like, without that person that was so vital to our existence? Now that they’re gone, what will happen to the life we built with them?...


Sep 20, 2022

Society is made up of systems. We sanction governments, companies, and schools, so that we can operate in a shared space. We create milestones – like having children, getting promoted, or owning a home – that become the maps by which we organize and live our lives. 

Most systems come with good intentions. Many of...


Sep 6, 2022

Attitudes toward law enforcement vary in this country. Some communities generally trust their police. Others clearly need reform. But officers all wear the same uniform–even one controversy affects us all. 

In 2006, Ed Cronin took over as the Chief of Police in what was then called “crime city.” At the time,...