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Finding Lost Souls: Explaining PROJECT LIFESAVER

Feb 11, 2019
Tania Ortega-Cowan

If you have a loved one with Alzheimer’s or Autism, then you know the worry they might wander off.  Hey, so – there is a solution! It is called Project Lifesaver and has rescued thousands of lost people!

KH: Over 3,500! Right now as of just a couple days ago actually! Yes.

That is Kyrianna Hoffses…

KH: the Public Relations and Media Coordinator for Project Lifesaver

We meet in their Port St Lucie office. Joining us is the Project Lifesaver creator himself - Gene Saunders!

Heart Disease remains the nation's number one killer.  Reduce your chances of heart disease and other health problems by reducing your weight.  More information on keeping your heart healthy can be found by clicking HERE.

Tania Ortega-Cowan

So, imagine…. the plumbers are cutting the concrete foundation inside your house. All the while, through back-breaking work, two slender, dusty millennials are singing and rapping about taking the high road.

This is how we came to know Kenny Holden and Allen Lowery.

KH: This is “Kenney B” Holdin, AKA Kenneth Augustus Holden

AL: “Quest” AKA Allen Ford Lowery from Louisiana

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After dance pioneer Alvin Ailey died in 1989, the future of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater was uncertain. It's difficult to keep a dance company profitable after its founder is long gone – many have tried and failed. But 30 years later, the group is thriving, and decided to celebrate its 60th anniversary and founder by commissioning a new work titled Lazarus.

Sixty years ago, Esquire magazine published a now-iconic photo of jazz luminaries, titled "A Great Day In Harlem." NPR talks with saxophonist Sonny Rollins, one of only two surviving artists in the photo.

Bennett College, a historically black women's college, could lose accreditation due to financial instability. President Phyllis Worthy Dawkins tells NPR's Michel Martin how the school raised millions.

They came covered in blue paint, donning red and white hats, nearly 3,000 in all. Their goal was simple: To break the world record for the largest group of people dressed as Smurfs.

What do you eat in space? How do you sleep in space?

And just what does one do all day long in space?

Children from the Georgetown Day School in Washington D.C., recently had a chance to ask their most burning questions to NASA astronaut Anne McClain.

They are roughly the same age that McClain was when on her first day of preschool she announced that she wanted to become an astronaut.

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December 23, 2012. Bayada, Homs.

July 29, 2014. Old City, Aleppo.

July 4, 2018. Douma, outside Damascus.

A study released on Sunday tallies the chemical weapons attacks over the course of the Syrian civil war, which has left hundreds of thousands dead. At least 336 have occurred, according to authors Tobias Schneider and Theresa Lütkefend of the Berlin-based Global Public Policy Institute.

Inside the concert hall of the Violin Museum in Cremona, Italy, Antonio de Lorenzi plays the prelude from Bach's Partita No. 3 on a Stradivarius violin. Cremona is the town where master luthier Antonio Stradivari crafted his storied instruments three centuries ago.

But there's no guarantee that his instruments' inimitable sound will survive for centuries more, says Fausto Cacciatori, the museum's chief conservator.

When Ryan Zinke, a former Navy SEAL, left his post as U.S. Interior Department secretary on Jan. 2, he was under fire on multiple fronts.

Tom and Tamara Conry were dead set on returning to Paradise after the deadly Camp Fire destroyed the town last November. The couple's home was barely touched by the fire, and most other survivors had a much steeper climb to recovery.

But when their property insurer, American Reliable, notified them in December that it wasn't renewing the couple's homeowner's coverage, they realized that returning home would be even harder than expected.

On a cold, bright Sunday afternoon during New York Fashion Week, nearly six hundred people packed into an old building in Manhattan's Lower East Side for an unusual lingerie show.

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