The health benefits — both mental and physical — of friendships are myriad. But as we get older it becomes increasingly difficult to forge lasting bonds with new people. We consider the ways communication, emotions and our phase of life effect our relationships with friends.
Guest Host: Sam Litzinger
If your only images of Thanksgiving are the Pilgrim hat and Indian headdress, it’s time for an interactive history lesson. We’ll go back to the year 1621 to examine the myth and the reality of Thanksgiving.
- Linda Coombs Associate Director Wampanoag Indian Program, Plimouth Plantation
- Penny Gamble-Williams host and producer, “The Talking Feather" WOL-AM
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