The Art of LivingGriffith Observatory/Dick Van Patten's Pet Food
Art of Living features Joy Picus and the Griffith Observatory, Pat Connelly coaches kids and Dick Van Patten's gourmet pet food.
The Art of LivingSafe Driving / Stage Shows / Yachts
Art of Living meets Natalie Emery who teaches safe driving techniques, Tom Foster who builds cars, boats, and stage shows and Walter Cronkite talks about his love of yachts and life after 60.
Books & BeyondScott Hutchins
Powell's World of Books in Portland, OR brings to the stacks author Scott Hutchins to discuss his book 'A Working Theory of Love', about a divorced 30-something creating the world's first sentient (artificially intelligent) computer.
Money Matters with Jean ChatzkyYour Family and Your Money
Your money can be complicated. Your family can be complicated. Mixing the two together can be a mess -- unless you proceed with caution. In this episode, Jean Chatzky gives you the tips you need to manage both of these tricky territories.
Recent research has shown that participating in art can boost the functioning of our immune systems and Dr. Kevin Soden hosts a discussion about what the research means and how we can get the most benefit to our health by being involved in art.
Dr. Kevin Soden focuses on asthma, a condition of the lungs that can cause life-threatening problems breathing; conditions related to asthma are explored with some of the dangers that are associated with undiagnosed asthma in older adults.