Taylor Kelsaw talks with Teri Hanson, starring as Baroness Elsa Von Schraeder from The Sound of Music, at the Wharton Center, in Lansing. Ms. Hansen shares her experience with the show and its reinvention of the showcase of fine art from the original production that was scored and staged before it was an Oscar winning movie.
Michael Rogers, vice president communications for the Small Business Association of Michigan, talks with business writer and prolific LinkedIn poster, Bruce Kasanoff, about his book, Givers Deliver -- Grow Your Career by Helping Others. His book covers topics like "What Goes Around Comes Around", "If You Do It Right, How to Bring Out the Best in Yourself" and "A Confident and Competent Career." His book is available at Amazon, click here.
Taylor Kelsaw uses this segment to share entertainment news from the Superbowl, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, Coldplay and more.
Taylor Kelsaw talks more about the “The Sound of Music” and meeting Detroit native, Teri Hansen, and her performance of Elsa Schrader. This show is also produced by three time Tony Award winner and Michigander, Jack O’Brien.
Michael Rogers, vice president communications for the Small Business Association of Michigan, learns more about how retailers can tell good money from bogus bucks, how to lessen the odds of being victimized by retail fraud, and the basics of implementing sound and safe banking procedures. His guest is Liz Martinez, author of The Retail Manager's Guide to Crime and Loss Prevention.
Taylor Kelsaw talks with Dr. Keisha Downey, from Vh1's Celebrities Couples Therapy. Dr. Downey offers suggestions on the importance of communication with your partner. They also touch on teenagers and how important it is for them to date, date, date, and not get tied down to one person. Teens are still growing and are not totally aware of who they are just yet.