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Are seniors who get COVID more likely to get Alzheimer’s?

ICYMI: Here’s a roundup of the biggest topics of conversation last week on WURD Radio.Politics: Veteran political consultant Jay McCalla spoke about the pressure on former President Donald Trump with the New York attorney general filing suit and a federal appeals court ruling against him, as well as the latest news on Ginni Thomas.https://soundcloud.com/onwurd/wake-up-with-wurd-92222-jay-mccalla The Twin Docs: Dr. Delana Wardlaw and Dr. Elana McDonald explained what it means for the pandemic […]

todaySeptember 27, 2022 40

ICYMI

The great debate: pumpkin pie vs. sweet potato pie

ICYMI: Here’s a roundup of the biggest topics of conversation last week on WURD Radio.Beulah's Day Off: Tonya Hopkins, host of Savory and Sweet, joined CrossWURDz to talk about the great pumpkin pie vs. sweet potato pie debate, share how many people in the Caribbean use pumpkin spice and explain how it's all related.https://soundcloud.com/onwurd/crosswurdz-91322-tonya-hopkins Politics: Ex-City Council members Derek Green and Cherelle Parker discussed their respective decisions to run for mayor.https://soundcloud.com/onwurd/wake-up-with-wurd-91422-derek-greenhttps://soundcloud.com/onwurd/wake-up-with-wurd-91322-cherelle-parker Black […]

todaySeptember 20, 2022 55

ICYMI

Labor Day Music Special honors Community Impact Award recipients

WURD Radio celebrated our 2022 Community Impact Award winners with a Labor Day Music Special showcasing details about their respective journeys and the soundtrack of their lives. This year’s honorees include:Lisa Robinson, Founder & CEO, My Independence at HomeM. Claire Lomax, Esq. (Posthumously), WURD General Counsel and Board MemberJoan Myers Brown, Founder of PhiladancoTerrill Haigler, CEO of YaFavTrashman LLCRichard Gordon IV, Principal of Paul Robeson High School for Human ServicesIn case […]

todaySeptember 15, 2022 94

Politics & Government

What drives Philly Poll workers to show up year after year?

Hint: It’s not the money. By: Lydia McFarlane | Resolve Philly As the midterm elections approach and people get ready to cast their votes, most voters don’t know all the work done behind the scenes before polling places open. Preparation for Election Day starts months earlier, with training, elections, meetings, and more. On Election Day, poll workers this year will trade up to 15 hours of their day for between $210 […]

todaySeptember 15, 2022 52

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