Archive for July 2014

History, legacy and the fresh NY Music scene weave together with Russian Central Asian fare as Ellen Kaye, daughter of the former owners of the Russian Teas Room, unfolds the story of Moscow 57 on Delancey, her new restaurant with nightly entertainment.  

A discussion on love, lust and illusion.

The evolution of Ballroom and Swing Dancing in the US from the early 20th Century beginning with famed dancers, Vernon and Irene Castle, on through the flapper era and then onto the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem, New York City, which along with the Cotton Club gave birth to the Big Band Era, the explosive popularity of the Swing dances, the Lindy and the Lindy Hop as Choreographed by Frankie Manning for Whitey's Lindy Hoppers of the Savoy Ballroom; Growing talk of War and increased hostility in the South China Sea; The 9th Conference on Climate Change just held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Host Virginia Reed sits down and talks with teacher David Venentzia about his experiences living in the Brazilian culture. Topics include everything from language to meditation. 

A Woman’s Perspective
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