Chuck Baraw and Chef Wes Jones, Stoweflake Resort, Stowe, VT.
If you are looking for an iconic small town Vermont experience, with a family atmosphere, there is no better place than the Stoweflake Resort, and no better town than Stowe. Listen to my interviews with resort chef Wes Jones-a thrill for foodies and get behind the scenes with owner Chuck Baraw:
Nestled within the heart of Stowe, Vermont, Stoweflake Mountain Resort and Spa beckons year round with upscale accommodations, generous amenities and a wealth of activities, on-property and nearby. Steeped in natural beauty, our idyllic setting on 60 acres will inspire every moment of your day. Challenge yourself with outdoor adventures. Recharge at our sports and wellness center. Or indulge in quieter pursuits at our world-class, full-service spa. As a guest, you’ll be delighted by the many complimentary resort activities available, making Stoweflake the perfect destination to reconnect with family, rekindle romance, or regroup with friends.
Dr. Fred Jacobs, Doctor Shortages--Dr. Fred M. Jacobs is the Executive Vice President of St. George’s University and serves as Chair of the Department of Medicine. A former member of the University Board of Trustees and Clinical Professor of Medicine, Dr. Jacobs returned to SGU in 2011 to build upon the University’s unique clinical training program and ensure comprehensive medical curriculum is administered evenly to students at all St. George’s University affiliate sites. His top priority has been helping the clinical faculty become more effective teachers and he is dedicated to the recruitment of top tier clinicians from all over the world.
Risa Olinsky, Pain without Pills--In her own word: "Because, it has a lot to do with who I am now and how I may be able to help others. I learned that what was then negatively labelled as "restless energy" and best to be controlled was not at all that, but instead, my energy was in fact, my personal strength. I was a physical person trapped in a sedentary body. Like a circle trying to fit in a square. I was a creative person, but sitting at the piano for several hours a day was not the best place to express my creativity and surely a misplaced use of this "restless" energy. Fast forward a few years later and several unforeseen family tragedies, I sought help to cope with my unhappiness. I changed my attitude and by doing so, the way I saw my body.