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What do horticulture lovers do in the winter? Well, there are flower shows, trade shows and plenty of other reasons to get out of the house and that's the topic on this week's episode of We Dig Plants! Carmen & Alice Marcus Krieg are joined by Portland-based garden designer, manager of Plant-O-Rama, owner of the shop Contained Exuberance and friend of the show, Bob Hyland. Bob talks about the various events that happen across the country during this time, including the The Philadelphia Flower Show and more floral fun in 2015. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

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This week's episode of Radio Cherry Bombe takes us to Philadelphia and dorm rooms across the country as host Julia Turshen is joined by Marcie Turney, Valerie Safran and Priya Krishna! Chef Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran are the pioneering entrepreneurs whose six restaurants and boutiques on 13th Street in Philadelphia have helped transform the once-desolate neighborhood into trendy Midtown Village. Priya Krishna is a food writer and author of Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks: Create Extraordinary Dishes from the Ordinary Ingredients in Your College Meal Plan. Tune in to hear how Marcie and Valerie maintain their culinary empire and find out how Priya went from writing a column on dorm food to becoming a celebrated food writer! This program was brought to you by Edwards VA Ham

"What I do is I go out and get inspired and bring that to Philadelphia and the customers there." [11:00]

--Marcie Turney on Radio Cherry Bombe

I'm always trying to be a step ahead and be there for people if they have questions." [14:00]

--Valerie Safran on Radio Cherry Bombe

"I always wanted to write about food but wanted to write about it in a way that would be really accessible for students." [26:00]

--Priya Krishna on Radio Cherry Bombe

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Get up to speed on what's happening in Philadelphia on the business The Business as host Phil Colicchio is joined by Michael Klein, Editor/Producer of Philly.com/Food and the Philadelphia editor at Zagat Survey. Today's show is a continuation from last week's conversation. The chat shifts to the topic of electronic vs print media. Michael keeps millions up-to date on what's going on in the Philly food scene and he shares some great insights with listeners today. Today's program was brought to you by Fairway Market.

"There's no limit on what you can write online. Print - I have 120 lines and if it's 121 lines, the 121st line gets cut off. It's a simple physical issue." [06:00]

--Michael Klein on the business of The Business

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