Toddler Whisperer, Recycling, Cinco de Mayo Food, Holocaust Museum, Holocaust Survivor
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 160
- May 1, 2019 4:00 pm
- 1:40:40 mins
Toddler Whisperer (00:00) Toddlers are notorious for being some of the worst-behaved humans alive—those young years aren’t called the “terrible two’s” for nothing. But Dr. Tovah Klein(http:// www.howtoddlersthrive.com), PhD, argues that we can understand our children’s erratic behaviors by imagining their point of view and understanding what the world looks like to a child. Dr. Klein is here with us today to help us envision the world of our toddlers and better understand how to help them. How To Start Recycling (34:16) When it’s your turn to take out the trash, you start to realize just how much garbage one household can produce. You know you should be recycling to help trim down all that waste, but where do you even start? Marissa Segundo from Resource Recycling Systems is here with us to share how we can begin recycling at home. Authentic Cinco de Mayo Food (50:05) What’s the most important part of any celebration? You can say it’s the occasion or the people you’re with, but deep down we all know it’s the food. With Cinco de Mayo coming up, we want to know the best authentic Cinco de Mayo recipes we can make to celebrate, so we have with us award-winning Chef Aarón Sánchez to share some of his favorites. Holocaust Memorial Museum (1:02:45) There aren’t many events in history that fundamentally alter our entire world, but the Holocaust was one of those events. In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day, we’ll be talking with Diane Saltzman, the Director of Survivor Affairs from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Holocaust Survivor (1:24:52) In continuing with our topic of Holocaust Remembrance Day, we’re going to talk with Henry Weil. He was a child living in Austria during the Holocaust and has an amazing story about how his family was able to find safety by coming to the United States.