Saturday Night with Esme Murphy – 10/23/10
In this Internet age, are your kids spending too much time in front the monitors? Dr. Hilarie Cash is the co-founder and co-executive director of Restart. She talks to Esme about the Internet addiction recovery program and how parents can ween their kids off spending too much time on the computer.
The grorp SAVE has come out with a new guide focusing on the mental health of women. The organization’s executive director, Dan Reidenberg, talks abou the guide.
The Baby Boomer generation continues to approach the 70-year old mark, and the number of elderly drivers is set to triple in the next 20 years. Michele Kimball, the state director of AARP, lets us know what programs are available to re-train these drivers.
The Appraisal Specialists are back to help you figure out how much your antique items might be worth. James Merrinan, along with partner Bonnie Lindberg, come into the studio to take your calls.
The Midterm Elections are just 10 days away, and President Obama made a pit stop in the Twin Cities for support. Hamline professor Dave Schultz informs us on what will happen as we head into the final sprint of 2010.