Episode #080

Meet New York City retired school teacher Jeffrey Pflaum. During his tenure in the inner-city school system, Jeffrey was able to successfully focus many of his students skyward. Why? To tap into their inner creativity and to learn to see the beauty in the sky.

WeatherJazz® Episode #080

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Episode #079

Have you ever wondered what the weather is like in Iceland?

Grab a cup of your favorite warm beverage as we travel to this Arctic island nation to speak with someone who is a native Icelander, Olí Sóleyjarson.]

Olí is the author of a brand new podcast called Stories Of Iceland, a podcast that explores Icelandic culture and folklore. You can listen to, or download the podcast on the player below.

WeatherJazz® Episode #079

Here are the links to Olí’s podcast. Give it a listen and subscribe! If you like his podcast, please review it on iTunes and Facebook.

Stories Of Iceland Facebook Page

Stories of Iceland Web Page

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Episode #078

This is not your typical scarf!

It was a great gift from a television viewer with a day-by-day weather story. I’m joined by Kathryn Mates who explains her 2017 project in Episode #078!

WeatherJazz® Episode #078

Here is the link to the Grindstone Knitter’s Guild:

https://grindstoneknitters.wordpress.com

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Episode #077

Local NEPOhio photographer Wayne Griffith picked up a new hobby this winter: photographing individual snowflakes. Initially, this may sound easy, but anyone that has tried quickly finds out it’s definitely not. Join me as I speak to Wayne in Episode #077. A few of his images are below.

WeatherJazz® Episode #077

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