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:
Joe Padalino interviews Gregory Perosi about the food and flavor of Italy.
On the 40th Anniversary of NASA’s Voyager program, Steven Filoramo and Gregory Perosi discuss PBS’s “The Farthest: Voyager in Space.”
Salvatore DiBenedetto talks about the life and music of Glenn Campbell, who died August 8 at the age of 81.
Anthony “Mr. Mystery” DiFato continues his musings on detective Nero Wolfe.
Sal DiBenedetto talk about Tony Orlando and shares is photos of the singer from a live appearance.
Mystery Man Anthony DiFato opines on season finales, Nearly Nero‘s take on the Nero Wolf stories, and Richard Ryan‘s Sherlock Holmes Papal adventure: The Vatican Diaries. Also the Mystery Man remembers Bond’s Roger Moore.