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A weekly show focusing on community issues that impact the residents of Gloucester County and South Jersey. Airs Mondays at 5:00 p.m
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A Community Affair
(Oct 22, 2012) Play Dowanload

Assistant Public Affairs Director Tyler Mulvey spoke with Ricki Chaikin, star of the Nat Geo hit show "Abandoned." Her role on the show is to make sure her husband, Jay, is bringing home profitable antique items and co-owning JC Woodworking. Chaikin discussed what goes into a typical episode of "Abandoned," and how she met her husband. Finally, Chaikin spoke about funny stories that go on behind the scenes.

A Community Affair
(Oct 08, 2012) Play Dowanload

Public Affairs Director Matt Kazin talked to Bill Margaretta, the President of the New Jersey State Safety Council, about the importance of vision testing in the workforce. Bill discussed the need for businesses and the State to do more testing to increase safety for workers, products and consumers.

A Community Affiar
(Oct 01, 2012) Play Dowanload

Assistant Public Affairs Director Tyler Mulvey spoke with 2012 Miss New Jersey, Lindsey Petrosh about how she became involved in pageantry. She also spoke about the preparation she goes through to make sure she's ready for the Miss America pageant. A Rowan graduate student, Petrosh mentioned what she hopes to do beyond pageants as well as the experience she has here at Rowan.

A Community Affair
(Sep 24, 2012) Play Dowanload

Nancy Healey, Executive Director of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Central and South Jersey Affiliate joined host Matt Kazin to discuss the goals of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization as well as the work the Central/South Jersey Chapter does in the community. Healey also spoke about a program in which high school athletes are taught about breast health. For more information, visit komencsnj.org.

A Community Affair
(Sep 17, 2012) Play Dowanload

Christy Sloat, the author of The Many Lives of Avery Snow series sat down with Public Affairs Director, Matt Kazin, to talk about the upcoming release of her newest book, what it takes to make it in the writing industry and how she was scammed by her first publishing company. She has a book signing at the Barnes and Noble of Glassboro (on the Rowan University Campus) Monday, September 24 at 7:00pm.

A Community Affair
(Sep 10, 2012) Play Dowanload

Loren Weisman, music consultant, music producer and music coach who works to help, assist and consult independent artists, musicians, bands, labels and managers to achieve sustainable success joined host Matt Kazin to discuss how to break into the music industry, how to find a manager and agent, how to balance school and touring and much more.

A Community Affair
(Sep 03, 2012) Play Dowanload

Gina Di Medio Marrazza, director of Rowan Prep at Rowan University, joined host Matt Kazin to discuss Rowan Prep--a community music program. Taking students as young as infancy through adult age, Rowan Prep offers music lessons to people in the Glassboro community. Marrazza explained different classes people can enroll in as well as the future of the program.

A Community Affair
(Aug 27, 2012) Play Dowanload

Gloucester County Freeholder Adam Taliaferro joined host Matt Kazin to discuss his road to the freeholder position as well as a life-changing injury that could have left him permanently paralyzed and a book written about the incident, "Miracle In The Making". Later, he discussed upcoming community events in Gloucester County.

A Community Affair
(Jul 30, 2012) Play Dowanload

Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Michael Vitez joined host Tyler Mulvey to discuss his new book "The Road Back," written via CreateSpace, the story of Matt Miller's miraculous recovery after an almost tragic bike accident. Originally a series of articles for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Vitez continued to follow Miller's story and decided to pen the book.

A Community Affair
(Jul 23, 2012) Play Dowanload

Dr. Jenny Taitz, a clinical psychologist at the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy joined host Matt Kazin to discuss eating disorder trends in young girls. Dr. Taitz mentioned the emphasis people place on how they look physically with pressures coming from magazines, pop culture and even one's parents. Later, Dr. Taitz mentioned possible reasons why people think so critically of their appearances.

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