From Faith to Food
August 8, 2016
Have some fun on The Balancing Act
Life’s a balance! On the Balancing Act, Dr. Andrew Abela, Provost of The Catholic University of America, talks about why a values-based education is essential to helping a student understand how to live a purpose-filled life beyond graduation day. Going to CUA is an investment in the type of person that child becomes. They are part of a community which works to help them achieve both academic and personal success. Also on the show, if you have never tried dragon fruit, now is the time. Celebrity Chef Ralph Pagano talks about this tropical fruit and how we can use it in our recipes. Last but not least, Broadway comes to the studio as The Trickster from the smash Broadway hit, The Illusionists, shows us some of his magic act.
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