Community D.C.

Community D.C.

Listen to interviews from the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia communities gathered by the iHeartRadio D.C./Baltimore team.

Episodes

August 8, 2022 29 min
Community DC Host Dennis Glasgow spoke with President & CEO for the Columbia Lighthouse, Tony Cancelosi about a myriad of topics including; the latest technologies, volunteers, donations and exactly what they do and what they offer.
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As a licensed psychologist since 1992, Dr. Cindy Post talks with Host Dennis Glasgow about Teens and Parents transitioning from HS to College and all the stress that comes with it, and how to cope and handle this adversity.
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Community DC Host Dennis Glasgow visits with Executive Director for the Arthritis Foundation, Metro DC - Great Barnes educates us on Rheumatoid Arthritis, upcoming events and how to donate.
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Community DC Ray Benton JTCC
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Host Dennis Glasgow has a conversation with Michele Anthony who is the Executive Director for the National Kidney Foundation Serving the National Capital Area about a myriad of topics, including upcoming events in the DMV.
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Host Dennis Glasgow spoke with the Akua Tay, the Founder & Board Chair for Connect to Culture in Washington, DC. Akua has several upcoming events that she spoke of, including music and internet inclusive for children in the Washington DC region. For more info, their website is: https://www.connectedtoculture.org/
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May 13, 2022 12 min
May is Stroke Awareness Month. Learn about the symptoms, warning signs and how F.A.S.T. can save a life from Dr. Malik Adil, Medical Director of the Stroke Program at Suburban Hospital, as told to iHeart’s Bernie Lucas. Info: www.stroke.org
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May 13, 2022 13 min
You can help! The annual Do More 24 fundraising campaign is Wednesday, May 18th. United Way’s local leader Rosie Allen-Herring tells iHeart’s Bernie Lucas how it works, who it helps and what the need it. Info: www.unitedwaynca.org
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May 6, 2022 10 min
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and mental health issues sometimes lead to suicide. Learn about suicide risks, warning signs and helpful resources from American Foundation for Suicide Prevention National Capital Area director Ellen Shannon. Info: www.afsp.org
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May 6, 2022 18 min
Hear about MS symptoms, treatments, research and fundraising activities from local MS Society President Chartese Berry, as told to iHeart’s Bernie Lucas (who also lives with MS). Info: www.nationalmssociety.org
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April 28, 2022 16 min
If you’re too drunk to drive after Cinco de Mayo celebrating, get a free Sober Ride home with LYFT. Hear about this and other alcohol-related programs from WRAP President Kurt Erickson and iHeart Radio’s Bernie Lucas. Info: www.soberride.com and www.wrap.org
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April 28, 2022 12 min
Now is the time to start summer travel planning. AAA Mid Atlantic’s Ragina Ali and iHeart Radio’s Bernie Lucas talk about Memorial Day travel, gas prices, Move Over laws and distracted driving. Info: www.aaa.org
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April 21, 2022 14 min
Dr. Pritha Ghosh, a Movement Disorder Specialist at the George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Science, talks with iHeart’s Jenni Chase about efforts to educate students and teach Parkinson patients, families and the community about the disease. Info: www.parkinsonfoundation.org
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You might be surprised to learn who really owns most forests. Rita Hite, CEO of the American Forest Foundation, tells iHeart’s Bernie Lucas about family forests and the positive impact of forests on the environment. Info: www.forestfoundation.org
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April 15, 2022 22 min
After two years of the pandemic there is still confusion about vaccines, boosters and the severity of COVID infections. Dr. Jennifer Mills, a DMV internist & spokesperson for the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, updates iHeart’s Bernie Lucas on the latest recommendations. Info: www.vaccines.gov
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April 8, 2022 15 min
You have two kidneys, but you only need one. Donating one can save a life. Hear how iHeart DJ Josh donated a kidney to his sister and helped save her life. NKF’s Michele Anthony adds life-saving info to their conversation with iHeart’s Bernie Lucas. Info: www.kidney.org www.donatelife.net
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April 8, 2022 13 min
Renee Gordon, Alexandria Director of the Department of Emergency Communications, explains the importance of 911 dispatchers and how citizens should use 911. She also talks about NENA – the National Emergency Number Association. Info: www.ThankYou911.org #thankyou911 www.nena.org
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April 8, 2022 12 min
Adults might have coping skills to deal with watching daily destruction images from the Ukraine war, but what about children? Clinical psychologist Dr. Cynthia Post provides tips for how parents can explain these things to their children. Info: www.cynthiapostphd.com
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March 18, 2022 14 min
Are you prepared for a fire, a blizzard, a hurricane, or some other disaster? Red Cross representatives Ashley Henyan and Karen Britton discuss this issue and provide tips for being prepared, as well as info about the upcoming disaster summit. Info: www.redcross.org/dcdisastersummit
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March 18, 2022 13 min
Cherries kept blooming during the pandemic, but the festival went virtual. Now it’s back and in person! Hear an enthusiastic conversation between Festival President Diana Mayhew and iHeart’s Jenni Chase and updates on the events and the peak bloom. Info: www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org
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