"And the very first job, the sergeant comes right up to me and I just look up and go, 'Hey, Sarge,' and he goes, 'Bees? ' 'Harlem.' And I go, 'Cool.' That was it, that was the first job I handled," he says.Bill Radke talks to Cassie Chinn, deputy executive director of the Wing Luke Museum, and Tam Nguyen, the owner of Tamarind Tree, about how Chinatown-International District is changing and what might be lost as the area faces the pressure of new development.She has said that her most touching interview was with Fred Rogers of the PBS program Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, conducted just before his death. The first, Finding My Voice, dealt with her traditional upbringing in a Christian Arab household, her brief first marriage and divorce, her 50-year marriage to John Rehm, raising her children, the first 20 years of her radio career, and her battles with depression, osteoporosis, and spasmodic dysphonia.
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He brought her to America in 1929; family memories of how the two met vary. In 1979, she took over as the host of WAMU's morning talk show, Kaleidoscope, which was renamed The Diane Rehm Show in 1984.
Rehm has interviewed many political and cultural figures, including John Mc Cain, Barack Obama, Madeleine Albright.
From kindergarten to college, theyre less resilient and less ambitious than they were a mere twenty years ago. He has EDUCATED us about the nature and scope of the problem.
Parents, teachers, and mental health professionals are worried about boys. He has WARNED us about the consequences of doing nothing. Sax also makes sure to remind us that he doesn't think girls have it easier.