Encore TWE Podcasts: March 28, 29 2015

Kathy Kaehler, celebrity trainer and author of Fit and Sexy for Life with tips on looking and feeling your best at any age
Angela Davis, world class track and field star turned motivational coach talks about visualizing goals and how to change from within

Encore TWE Podcasts: March 28, 29 2015 Encore TWE Podcasts: March 28, 29 2015

TWE Interview: Rev. Becca Stevens Uses Tea to Transform Women’s Lives Worldwide

By Patricia Caso/Mar. 23, 2015--Have you ever thought of tea as an agent for women's transformation? Reverend Becca Stevens has, both locally and globally. Her Thistle Farms has led to a worldwide...More

TWE Interview: Rev. Becca Stevens Uses Tea to Transform Women’s Lives Worldwide TWE Interview: Rev. Becca Stevens Uses Tea to Transform Women's Lives Worldwide

PERSON OF THE DAY: Lizzie Velasquez Stars in New Anti-Bullying Documentary

By Stacey Gualandi/Mar. 12, 2015--Lizzie Velasquez may weigh only 62 pounds, but she is no lightweight when it comes to speaking out against bullies. Her documentary, "A Brave Heart," chronicles...MORE

PERSON OF THE DAY: Lizzie Velasquez Stars in New Anti-Bullying Documentary PERSON OF THE DAY: Lizzie Velasquez Stars in New Anti-Bullying Documentary

Interview: ABC’s Mara Schiavocampo Shares Her Weight Loss Secrets in “THINspired”

By Stacey Gualandi (@StaceyGualandi) / February 24, 2015—Author Mara Schiavocampo knows a thing or two about reinvention. She literally wrote the book on it called THINspired about… More

Interview: ABC’s Mara Schiavocampo Shares Her Weight Loss Secrets in “THINspired” Interview: ABC's Mara Schiavocampo Shares Her Weight Loss Secrets in "THINspired"

"I encourage people, women especially, to walk, power walk, run. It doesn't matter how fast or slow as long as you're moving.”

Molly Sheridan, ultra-marathoner and author of Running Past Midnight

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

12 Leading Women Photographers from Iran and the Arab World Explore Identity and War in Daily Life

“She Who Tells a Story” is a fascinating exhibit of 79 photographs and two videos currently at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center. It represents the diverse perspectives of the 12 artists and their view of contemporary life in the Middle East.

Stanford She Who Tells a Story exhibit/photo: Dashiti Untitled #5

The works were created mainly during the last decade and portray a region that has undergone immense challenges and enduring conflicts.

This print above by Gohar Dashti is a staged photograph of a man and woman sitting as newlyweds in the shell of an abandoned car.

Print: Gohar Dashti (Iran, b. 1980),Untitled #5 from the series Today’s Life and War, 2008. Pigment print courtesy of the artist, Azita Bina, & Robert Klein Gallery, Boston. © Gohar Dashti

The exhibit will remain at the Center until May 4, 2015.

TWE Reads

Laura Munson's book on marriage and making choices "This Is Not The Story You Think It Is"

This Is Not the Story You Think It is…

This Is Not the Story You Think It is... by Laura Munson Best-selling author, Laura Munson, on marriage and making choices. TWE Interview with Laura Munson … [Read More...]

"Then Again" by Diane Keaton

SUE’S REVIEW — HOLIDAY BOOK PICKS

By Sue Podbielski/December 3, 2011 If you love to give books as holiday gifts (or just want a tome with which to spend your days off), here’s a year-end round-up of those that made my list for best books of the last six months. 1. George Harrison: Living in the Material World by Olivia … [Read More...]

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Undaunted–The Real Story of America’s Servicewomen by Tanya Biank

ON TWE RADIO APRIL 6, 7: In Undaunted--The Real Story of America's Servicewomen (New American Library), Tanya Biank takes an inside look at women in today's military--their professional and personal challenges from the combat zone to the home front. In this up close and personal account, Tanya … [Read More...]

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