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And now three chicks who think they ruled the roost it's the radio dish. How -- did you survive this past week. Did you turn on the furnace got a little cold where we do your show from in Kansas City had been so hot that -- got cold and you know and everybody sick now it's Darcy Blake Mary McKenna Randy -- and you with the radio dish dot com good time for true confessions a little bit later in the show -- -- up to something what I am trying to. I don't -- began its own kind of under and beer William maybe came a little bit you know what -- got a phone call always Colin -- has come right now joining us on the radio dish today the man who will be in charge of some beautiful music and a fantastic show. At Union Station on the lawn in front of the liberty memorial yes for talk and celebration at the station. And we're talking to the Kansas City symphony conductor Michael Stearns thank you so much for joining us on the radio -- Love love love celebration at the station I had never been until a couple of years ago when Mary invited me along with all of her. On tours rise well I think the word that was tried easily -- these creepy -- stride sound and they're my tribe pasta with onto. Actually we did an amazing event. Aided its it is also -- -- right I mean it's it's become this kind of -- comic tradition for the entire city galvanizes everybody's attention away which is really both the laboratory and I think. Very much in the spirit the real intent of what. Memorial they should be about so of course it's a great party a chance to be together with friends and family it's a chance to. Picnic outside you know we've had great luck with the weather this is twelve Buick we're doing that if the twelfth annual Bank of America celebration the station -- never never had a problem political. Fingers -- now would do everything you buzz. I'm convinced it's going to be a great that is ever and got everybody come together mean less plastic we had 50000 people. A lot of selling English and everybody watching on TV so it's really a moment of great community for the whole city. Using music. And words and especially with the incredible -- you know between Union Station as you mentioned. And the World War I memorial museum which is the only national. What -- one. Memorial in the entire country. Serves to remind of some very special way with that. Deep meaning of Memorial Day is supposed to be about. Oh absolutely you got a special guests that are going to be there this time. We do we Gupta Texas tenors who -- And they're fantastic and of course all -- great friends with the US air force spend more of their Cabrera from fumble. General Richard B Myers. And the court Jim Birdsall who was. Coming back conceded great friend -- great friends of the orchestras and does a fantastic job DNC narrator of the of the programs. He lent his voice. And regularly he he's also these are some. Fireworks too and all of this is free and you can bring your own picnic it's not like something that you have to -- Snow cones in hot dogs but that's they're too if you want. Well actually everything has been to the ground opened at 3 PM the concert that historical -- in the in the meantime. There's all sorts of stuff especially you know -- to hang out on the -- in and picnic but we've got all sorts of. Pre contradict it came -- got three different bands. You've got -- instrument petting zoo for kids we're gonna have something new this year. Some rubbing circles. And instrument can be provided in people's confidence. Get in the groove and and makes the music and and get their their job without a banging on drums. And it's going to be fantastic festival like gap -- -- -- afternoon they'll be food trucks there as you mentioned. But you can bring your -- food and that's what little there are no rules just. The only ruled that -- -- for. On my favorite part of the evening and after that our coaster has played in all of the entertainment. Is that moment when the sing along starts I just love that EDT here all of those choices out there on the line and and of course orchestra that's just it. It's -- this -- every time. Yes I mean it's at their -- to -- trust are the highlights I think your way and you know. Like you mentioned when I look out over the tens of thousands of people see everybody's swing together and I think that's -- that's pretty incredible does that 1812 overture which includes a program. And the fireworks display the country after that pretty possibly even you know we got -- shots in the whole -- and the blue. But we also have these really remarkable moment since we went whenever. Taps is played. And I remember why we're there and the sacrifices all the people who. Made possible. A lot of what we sometimes take for granted. It's very moving and it's funny we we didn't anticipate that the event would grow like it's over all these years but really -- it has become one of the highlights of our season. Yes there's. It's such a feeling of anticipation for everybody on stage and everybody in the world organizations. To know that we can give back to the city and and make -- Commemoration of the moment we music happened in such a profoundly it's really. It's gratifying it's foreign it's entertaining and I think it's meaningful for the entire city. Now what you said how he did no absolutely not and if I get there early and have -- and sunscreen stick out the spots -- Kansans -- police officers don't like the fact that I use yellow caution tape to. Yeah. Yeah do you feed them. -- it's okay they turn -- they treated -- so -- -- if you wanna make your way up the hill and you just look for her right in the middle of this. Big long tables -- you string of tables actually hold until the whole smorgasbord there will be happy to feed you yeah. You promised I get -- -- -- -- -- be another nine will always have enough food for everybody important like you know a huge thank you to you to Bank of America effort for giving this to Kansas -- I mean what a wonderful and what a special gift. Well thank you and I ended remember this is the largest event of its second in the wet so in terms of our. Our being the model for. Everybody around us this is pretty great shows what kind of the city we aren't and it's really brings to -- in the great words -- thanks for letting me come on talk about it. Absolutely celebration at the station 2014. The Kansas City symphony conductor who's joining us Michael Stern thank you so much and when it's all said and done they turn out the lights come up on the hill and help me find my silverware. Everybody gets up their apps their flashlight apps looking for everything that bluster at the evening is pretty funny. Thank you so much Michael. Thank you so you're gonna come this year right there and I'm hoping you can bring some Smart chicken here here's the -- And I would did you Smart you would be great I was love to come I never knew quite what the plans -- We have a big family and big event golfing thing so we'll have to wait and see excuse me -- -- Egyptian army to just make the plans aren't you in charge of your household well. Now the answer would be no. -- OK -- yeah but I don't know -- I think we have a Smart chicken recipe we should we do and if I come -- this will reduce Smart chicken recipes this week is chicken and pair sausage -- Sox who it's amazing recipe you can find it. Coming up this week on FaceBook page. Let's start sausage. Isn't something you may like hair in with the chicken yeah. You're gonna have to just -- chicken and sausage with -- it's not sausage made it. Here is not -- again I'm hope I'm going to make it that's next week or you're driving me crazy your anatomy nuts. I guarantee you she won't make it celebration at the station she has promised a waiter. Well except for probably betting the -- that I think you know you gotta have one opposing view when there's a wave JR. They should make you look at it can't stricken -- you can bring the kids so they don't drive past the Johnson County -- my children. I very get the real I say I say my kids not -- here. Hope alone hate. Well we aren't have a true confessions here -- Louisiana and -- -- -- blood and maybe went a little bit later we'll also talk about a new way to approach education. And we'll talk to at least the daughter. 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Too funny big -- radio voice is doing mathematics course how appropriate it's -- Blake -- heart Mary McKenna and you with the radio dish dot com Lisa Henson the daughter of Muppet creator Jim -- -- us today on the radio dish and welcome Lisa you are busy busy lady you are working with Disney movies. And television tell us a little bit about it. The industrious producers who we fell in love with on -- Iraq. Oh I'm so glad that you know about them they where they were there when the most interesting part of predilection they weren't doesn't lead characters that they were the little green people in the us. In the corners sneaking kind of construction goes so everybody but you know they were what -- -- interest in parts of Iraq for years we've got I'm spinning them off and they're gong show. And our dream been realized clear where we're launching of the gave -- show up until that -- And data and really proud of it it's it's a very different kind of educational program has the unique. Curriculum about design thinking. And downs and if it's it's both close to the legacy and also I think traction and -- another really modern. Technological feeling because it. Now this is the first for little kids right. Yes I think it's the first to live kids original. -- -- very awesome very awesome and not only -- groundbreaking for Hulu but it's kind of ground breaking in the curriculum that you just barely touched upon. Which is part of the steam curriculum can you explain a little bit what that's all about. -- -- -- science technology engineering arts and math you know people often times you hear the word here. Amnesty and rightly we've been hearing about seeing if you add -- to back. -- we predict that shows the kind of -- and look so pretty dinosaur train until we've been doing and -- shows for awhile. We're getting to some of those other person even without technology engineering -- And this curriculum design thinking. Is actually it -- a lot of what a lot of people are talking about now it's sort of lined up even without elements of the common core curriculum. And you know I think in schools. People are not necessarily. Teaching and yet he doesn't that we know that we should teach people not not in all the -- since. I think it often happens with Educational. Fund preschool programming. Yeah we see. An area that is that we could serve through our shows. And then we really enjoy the process of developing my curriculum and matching the creative with the with the learning. In this case it's just good I think for kids at its Superfund show about. Great little green character kid who loved to do what they do. But underlying it we have a thought process. And we think where we're modeling a great way for kids to invent and create and design. So it's both very fun and very work. Or graduated cynical line in 1983 from Harvard university and the first woman president. Of the Harvard lampoon. What did you dead teaching that you've taken on in your own life down and put into practice. Like I was incredibly positive person. Who was always -- interest games in in his war you know he was kind of person who worked overtime that would never -- -- because her hands. The work was at times. And you know I I mean he modeled for me how you can without a lot of joy in late dale. And you know I am actually happy person because yeah I was raised my hand but I also. Do really interesting work and I think you know getting to remnants cementing company where we can so -- created and then -- innovative things. -- very very very rewarding work. It's great to be able to do what you love is and so few people get to actually do that. And windows -- I guess on Hulu can run whenever you want to run -- -- and so eastern edge and win do you watch that show whatever you want to. Because it's on -- kids acted in very convenient because you kids. Kids can watch whichever episodes I wanna watch they can repeat what they want to repeat it and you know -- portable you can watch and your tablet. You know we think it's a really great way to launch good show because -- show how plotted technology in and it's kind of the show feels a little bit futuristic team so. Going out in the new premiering in the new -- reaching the audience and new ways feels like it's appropriate for this program. The fact that -- on the cool kids mean that kids can just. Access whatever whichever shows they like the most whatever they watched. Well I'm glad that they have their own series because I've always enjoyed them and I I do remember them from drag Iraq because yes there wasn't almost a child. Cook went radical rock was on. May be a -- just a little thing. -- thought Lisa I'm so glad that you're continuing in in many ways to work that your father did by entertaining and educating. And thank you so much for the work you do -- -- Aurora. Let me give you love accounts -- your timeouts demon and people are going well what is that it's a science technology interpreted it through engineering and the arts and it's all based on mathematical elements. So it's looking at the functionality of getting everything together between business and education. -- your daughter just graduated she can't and lots of high school years. Waste of time not should we have been in some areas that she might. Well wanna go into four out of five have graduated at this point the fifth one will graduate next year they all have said the same thing high school was a colossal waste of time really yesterday -- I -- they don't feel like they learned anything new. They. Megan as having a little bit easier time because she's an artist and she gets to go into the ar Rehman you know play. But I -- by and large they really would've liked to had a real world experience and have some hands on learning and and propel them towards the careers of some -- I'm I'm glad they've added the arts back it initially it was -- not Spain and then somebody said you can't function without getting them creating for party if you brain going as well and so they had the -- -- -- I think about it depends on on on that each child. Involved with my daughter Sarah's pretty much same life she knew what you want to do she was ready to get down get down let's go there and -- However Matt was not -- was -- sure where he wanted to go and and at the time only. Education -- to startling to northeast. And they had started the pretty educational. You know it the same time the thing you knew exactly what you want to go into an actually had to make a decision. Injuring your sophomore year into what. You know but I hate nano aspect you wanna go into -- he wasn't ready for the so for some kids yes those that are are going science in series where -- ago. That school is amazing to go into that format he was thinking on -- to remind you that I'm miniature wanna go. Even the regular. You know I think the does that add edit a balance there -- one of the things that I suggest that I really value is looking to have an intern ship someplace for a master. Yes him out there and units to three days a week for an entire semester. Learn mean. About a business immune they have visible in terms of -- one -- two days and a semester that's not enough for them to campaign as to whether that -- -- field. And so for someone like your son and my son my son -- like. May be available other media being anti -- -- -- -- -- like. But writing a research paper was never gonna happen for him so he needed some experiences. To say. OK now I wanna explore this a little bit more and given some some direction and I think that freshman and suffering years are great years to do that. Even -- senior because they're driving in they have the ability to go to different places and I think that we need to reexamine our educational system as a whole -- -- -- I'm sorry there's a little school in -- Kansas. -- in it's a little teeny tiny town that was dying. And now they have a waiting list for kids to be in the school to elementary school. And it's a working farm the day learn about science with chicken names those kids collect DAX that they have they sell the aches and a little roadside stand they calculate how much it cost to -- feed for the chickens and so on and so forth. Everything is applied learning. Regarding the farm I think that's amazing -- -- you you talk about internships and it's even difficult when your college get the internships that you really need that you're gonna really learn and focus on something. And it all comes down to cost and it comes down to businesses. Looking at -- what the liability issues and all that kind of stuff I mean. -- answer time a lot of community of the chamber in the educational system on integrating physical rate element at BC elementary school that charter school of sorts of faith based. North of the river that is our entrepreneurial based from the moment you get there in kindergarten now Fossum and you know so there is a way to do it we just have to throw out the traditional way of thinking about education and really. Look at okay what's the solution and then work backwards from there. And instead of grouping everybody one whole thing -- -- in this category we don't. And it's got to it's got to go about -- that unfortunately the bottom -- community that's going to be the king you now it's such as when you start can customize their educational process it's gonna be more expensive but. Garbage in garbage you -- absolutely get which pay for -- what is your favorite subject in school Darcy Blake my favorite subject that's a good question actually you know what I I took me urology and I also -- in high school we had that. I grew up in Montana and Wyoming. We were part of the new education system they did a lot of test experience I'd -- -- run up there I just I asked you what your favorite subject was not talent and. Any -- how did they built a really -- -- meteorologist -- -- we did and in junior high and we actually did this I think with a plan that's going to be Dershowitz I missed it and I don't they and they talk about. Doesn't add up -- domestic. Your favorite subject. The music. Danny English music music and art there that was -- -- and I am biology advanced biology I liked each and picking the Furlan -- hated throughout the windows on a nice in here that well. When I got to college the only way that I passed biology -- no one. My black. Berry cobbler. 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You know accept service start pharmacy and I had gone through my personal experience that hysterectomy when it's. You know as a woman and very devastating and then use the reduction. Hormones is also very devastating terror before I actually do remember for the very first time and I sent down with Donna starts pharmacies he was absolutely wonderful very patient very kind and helped -- understand. What your body really goes through that hormones and the volleys which was amazing the leakage get to the point WiMax today have a feeling great. So tell us a little bit. About how you felt before you started using the bio identical hormones. How I felt before it was very tired very fatigued a lot extremely high anxiety you know your -- gets really dry your hair gets really -- and brittle and it. You you -- focused you have write everything down to you -- everything. 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We run I was on vacation last week and there was somebody who post -- and it may be man. In an ice and I look at his clinic at Salomon printing them and I mean I as a early and are you like for thirteen that's why I. I think I know that one alone do kind of thing I mean it's like OK okay we'll see on LCD instrument for -- -- Hamas -- And then that so many posts there's there's there's been a couple that of being kind of am. Double I'm trying to doesn't quite cover it. And he's like you don't need to and from them. Like how but it just block them so I can't see any thing get -- and pyrite if you block them. They don't really know whether a -- satanism check your timeline don't know I can't -- your timeline -- -- No they can no I've been blocked by someone here in Kansas City won't say who it is it's a name most people -- now. And because we had a business this agreement and so that personal post on a thread and I can't. I cant he when he says and I can't and other people will be commenting about it but I can't we can't wait that's one way you find out if your temper tantrum -- I drank it conference somebody in -- in the heat of the moment seeing it probably every bit -- -- -- -- remember you guys laughing at me at the time it's like really marriage should yeah you know I did if they have noticed something new on FaceBook FaceBook changes every other week. But are you getting a lot more friend request like and free gay and -- for an eagle you last month never. Her or heard of in your life and on your phone it's very I usually. Try to press on the entire thing so I can go to their timeline and see who the arm -- you do in. Tell your friends makes an announced tigers stranded this person. Totally by accident and I keep getting messages so Connie how are you well we on -- -- talking get to know each other better and I went are you mad at me what is your objective once you know them. Friendly -- real friendly lady who befriended me and then 1:19 -- because I had friends that apparently. -- Kind of well they play around with her stances. Well there's swing some hum yeah tell me is did you know I'm sorry I -- -- I only have about 452 hour for now we go to the break in the case Philip. That was kind of how I am in good candidates I'm going to this whole thing going pony acorn you know I mean you're telling you yeah. I'm back and try to find out I don't know -- it was hilarious it has in the summer -- -- -- Cuban going to. And. You know it's a really fine. When you make your kids maddening and -- for a period of time. Oh really Tim and I haven't and then so yeah -- just and I kids and my daughter I think just wants to always know when I have to say. So she can have some kind of come back so she was never forgot what she what she's not much different than I am I guess sunshine is all New Year's. 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It's a slow week in Hollywood and that's why we're leading off the Hollywood -- today with Justin Bieber -- -- -- he's such -- duke says and he's gotten himself. -- -- Did actually get charged with robbery. B -- to complete against beat her so we'll see what happens he's got so many -- out again standing. This is just the icing on the cake at this point and I can't believe we talk about again and it isn't like miniature golf place by the way. -- -- -- -- -- -- Sherman -- -- art is that -- PGA's it's got an arcade it's got -- miniature golf even an idea what it looks like a one lane tried to take a picture of him with herself on an upper -- try to take it all and because. -- went to crap did you want to make sure that there is no -- on. Of course she had a lot like you show me that you. Should plan though I don't Kansas Larry at the situation and cigars all because she didn't happening photos I -- -- just getting all. In a panic but -- she filed a complaint against attempted robbery because he snatched her phone from her hands so. Got so you know. He's just got to keep that attitude anger in check you're not winning any apps I was thrilled to see. For the last what 34 years and never quit now when there isn't room that when. That -- Harper's son. Angus -- his face. -- just -- -- face which you as a small child I thought it was kind of funny. But then when he grew up that they'd tried to make John Pryor did do -- and and it just became extremely not funny. It's no longer it doesn't have that magic might be taxed at CBS wanting receptive twelve seasons -- go away but you know what it -- and very nice. There's very very rich you know she's got a ton of money out of it Charlie Sheen did Jon crier -- prior to Q and means. All -- sitting pretty at this point in the like a ton of money in syndication as well. CBS had a lot of cancellations on that list including the crazy ones everybody's not that was going to be huge -- that was a stupid show you know it's just LeBron and Williams and Sarah Michelle I think I was magic it did you begin at even and then after the first or -- says it began to tank and it never found -- audience again and that they -- given an optimal. First ST didn't pick up. -- -- -- -- -- later what about -- this new show it's called fresh off the boat to one of ABC's midseason replacements. And I guess it's cool now to make fun of Asian Americans. I get this is gonna be a really interesting money it's gonna -- being a mid season replacement on ABC -- go to get Eddie Lang. It's set in 1990s. And it's all about an Asian Manley who moves to a very easy and Orlando. City area to run tablet in state capital costs so. Funny premise funny -- But that's you know it is a fine line between night making fun of Asian. Probably be hysterical. You know who goes over that line you know you're in his last protests in every. Else I guess the Nicole Kidman is like hiding under a rock. The grace of Monaco I've heard it's giggle worth -- and boldly stupid. Yeah people are laughing out loud during that will. Hurt a lot of close -- people were making fun of her Botox face are frozen based allegedly president they make -- -- -- seen it it's pretty split. Allegedly. It. I think is this is Venus are designed to be when it is Oscar worthy type films -- and unfortunately it seems Egypt -- in stat beyoncé is sister what is going on with the big blowup between salons and beyoncé is -- I mean this is so interesting because some. The standard hotel in New York City leaks to the elevator security footage to DMZ. Which shows some lives. Being with -- -- -- -- he's not. Her salon is going after her hunch is she dropped her hurt and they're -- they coolest cucumbers. And not. Anything ruffle her feathers are all ripped up just after the gala you know there's speculation on what it's so -- She now's -- wig out yeah she yeah she totally. She totally -- out we don't know what happened there's no no I'm. Footage either but you know it was interesting weekend and salons and down all that her sister except her one under and around town to sort -- beyond they had -- adding photos of her sister and I kept printing any thought. We hear -- family is going on. Immediately after it happened now I will say that. Beyoncé and salons got one -- together NGE got into another plume. Well what's happening in the Stanley but it will save that. -- GB and beyond having such carefully crafted image in the wizard to showed that he their record. And blast -- certainly at least we've posted a little bit of this on now I believe Wednesday last week Alec Baldwin. He's such a do if that's my word today -- and do for us I guess. I don't think he was doing anything all that wrong they said he was -- going the wrong way on his bicycle on the street but then. He got himself arrested because he couldn't -- as. -- adding any problem he didn't have a idea to me. Only -- credit card and unfortunately the cops didn't recognize wait wait wait wait wait to warm his Capital One critic Marc I hope they. Campaign that's. Hollywood playing -- Christen -- on the radio did. Well it's. It is time for the dirty dishes from -- by the mop -- 812 -- road in North Kansas City if you're tired of all the soap -- the mold in the bathroom. You need to get several phone look at that after sparkling clean you can find this a phone only at the mop -- that's come through. Yeah. Okay. Paris I -- talking at this whole darn show here hut confessions go ahead I have decided to try. Oil pulling. -- health benefit. You have luster marvel or -- assault on slate dot com and it hurts the folks talking about it and apparently it's been around for ever and ever and ever. Where you hold the oil three your teeth you know like it's self. Now you squishy you kind of -- at three teeth. Okay this is this also is known as cabala. -- Madonna was -- to -- known known that's come by all of this is all -- You can think. Okay they say what I want to do it because of can some pain in one whitening teeth supposedly -- UT's really really well I yeah I heard that doesn't help with sinuses too and prevents bad breath. Strengthens the teeth and gums and the John in fact they say if you do if you job hurt after you do it the first few times you're sucking to -- Parker is. So I tried it a -- now most people use. Organic. Extra virgin coconut -- Primarily because it. Tastes a little better it's palatable you know people can only stomach it you're exposed to -- by the way because it supposedly takes all these bacteria and toxins and -- I am from your mouth. How much do you news. Well I didn't have any -- -- so I used it's up by use some extra virgin olive oil and we had. And and one of the -- that's not up she said I hit in the shower. Because it doesn't have to clean up after it during -- -- she she has no problem with it obviously but she says she does -- for like twenty minutes I could not keep this stuff in my mouth for ten seconds. Like -- said. It's all -- well maybe the coconut -- would be -- they yeah I'm think I'm -- and try it I mean we're talking about. There's some of this is kind of -- -- I don't believe this migraine headache relief. Now reduces inflammation of arthritis. Exposed to alleviate hangovers aids in the all right tell elites in the reduction of X amount may reduce symptoms of bronchitis. Aids in reducing pain. Here you go helps to detoxify the body of harmful metals and organisms you don't swallow it by the way when you again pulling your switching and whether -- -- -- but it. And don't spit it in the drain -- clog up your drinks okay I think this is a brilliant idea I think you should totally do this. And I think that -- C nice to commend videotape it. Okay he's gotten enough to -- the shower I'm. Sorry I'm -- savings and I thought oh okay. But it's our guidance I tried to figure wire producer thought there was a dollar and let's not concern you at the fact that he. Port -- easiest disposed to -- and the jacket he put it damage during and it can plug your -- That -- -- -- because it's cool deal if you pour oil down your drain all the time you're gonna -- -- a tablespoon. Or two teaspoons and I still really good. And it worked my way up to teach teach it's OK then he -- fans and what I'm looking at is just a tablespoon. Of oil via -- two teaspoons is less than a table tennis and three hello -- -- I -- but I don't look. -- -- By -- I'm worried we want to thank our guests -- at Hanson -- an excuse me Lisa -- here today to talk about the and don't forget of course start pharmacies senators come may 21 -- was kind enough to join us on that as well. And of course check out our FaceBook page for the Smart chicken recipe of the week. You wanna check it out take that if you make it -- picture. And thank you all for Michael -- Riley Kansas including celebration at the station one week from today I hope you can be their star seemed like many heart Mary McKenna. And view altogether it's the radio -- thanks for coming to see you next week. Are provided by Robert McCain now with the new lady looks a lot in Westport band. Damn they look good on radio.