Health & Wellness
NBC-10 interviews Mike O’Bryan, Program Manager, Youth Arts Education at Village of Arts and Humanities and participant in WURD Speaks: Brain Strain – The Effect of Trauma on Education, taking place on 9/30/15 as part of our Walter P. Lomax, Jr., M.D. Speaker Series.
Hope 4 Philly will feature free food, carnival games, face painting, gospel ministry, free haircuts and employers who will be on-site hiring people! Don’t miss it!
As part of their ongoing sustainability efforts, Brown’s Super Stores – which operates eleven local ShopRite supermarkets – kicked off a non-perishable community food drive today to bring awareness to the daunting issue of hunger in Philadelphia.
When you’re writing two weekly columns, doing television commentary and hosting a daily radio show, there’s very little glamour involved. In my darkest moments, I am huddled in a bathroom with a phone and computer.
Thanks to all who joined the WURD family for the first session of Go With the Flow, our 4-part Qigong series with Dr. Carol Penn! We had a wonderful time learning about the healing power of this amazing energy-balancing practice.
There more options than ever to get free food in and around Philadelphia this summer. For kids and teens in particular (18 and under), there are actually more than 1,000 places in Philadelphia that serve free meals and snacks. Read on for details.
As promised, here are the delicious recipes that Chef Ashbell used in his demo at WURD’s Wellness 101 Pavilion at the June 6 (2015) Festival at ParkWest. Enjoy!
Did you know that nearly 12 percent of Pennsylvanians residents live in households that can’t always afford enough food? The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) now funds a toll-free hotline to help people access food.
Forgive me if I seem a little sassier than usual on the air this week. I’ve been inspired by Dee Rees’ amazing new HBO biopic BESSIE, starring Queen Latifah. It’s time for me to reclaim some of my artsy edge.