Greg Perosi shares his Summer memories of Kamp Kiwanis, a camp for people with disabilities in Upstate New York.
Join Lifestyles Radio personality Michael Cilmi as he muses on maturity with radio staff member Mark Fiorentino.
More than twenty scholars of the Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders from countries all over sub-Saharan Africa spent the month of July learning what they could about nonprofit organizations and how they serve people here. Fellows Omo from Nigeria and Jerrat from Cameroon shadowed a few programs within Lifestyles for the Disabled.
Life-Wire reporters Michael Cilmi and Joseph Jones had an opportunity to interview Omo and Jerrat. They interviewed the pair about their work with the disabled community and their experience in the U.S. Please listen at the link below and online at Lifestyles Radio.
Here are some images of their visit by our photo crew:
Anthonio Pabon talks about his appearance in a Leah Jenea video, “Perfectly Imperfect, marking autism awareness month.
Be sure to watch the video on You Tube:
Our own Joe Padalino interviews our new staff member, Emily Nacchio about all things Italian – culture, food, and music.
With Summer just around the corner, Greg, Joe, and Mike talk about pools, BBQs, and ice cream.
Joseph Padalino talks about Grandma’s cooking with the crew and chats up the Lifetones’ Spring Concert with music director Robert Kipp. The concert will be April 19th at the Lifestyles Educational Center.
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Anthony “Mister Mystery” DiFato talks about the latest in the mystery genre in literature and on television, including Instinct and Deception.
Gregory Perosi talks about Presidents’ Day and the new portrait of Barack Obama with Glenn Mazzola.