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Commentary: Parenting with Cheryl Erwin

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Reno, NV

Description:

Cheryl Erwin is a licensed marriage and family therapist and author who has had a private practice working with children, teens, couples, and individuals in the Reno/Sparks area for 20 years. Her parenting commentaries air Tuesdays at 5:35 and 7:35 am.

Language:

English

Contact:

448 Ridge Street, Suite B Reno,NV 89501 (775) 331-6723


Episodes

"The Glass Castle"

8/18/2017
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A look at the new film starring Brie Larson.

Duration: 00:09:34


Parental Expectations

8/18/2017
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Some parental expectations just aren't a good fit for the child they're heaped on.

Duration: 00:04:27


Getting Mom To Date

8/18/2017
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When your daughter insists you must start dating.

Duration: 00:02:04


Remembering Racism Against Tribal Members In Carson Valley

8/17/2017
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The Carson Valley has been the site of some of Northern Nevada’s largest ranches since the 1850's, and soon after that, members of the Washoe tribe who had long lived in the area began to work on some of them as ranch hands and domestic workers. Professional Historian Alicia Barber explores what life was like for American Indians in this segment of Time and Place. Very often, tribal members who worked on area ranches actually lived in separate cabins on the property, but that largely changed...

Duration: 00:02:24


Reno Residents Hold Vigil, Denounce White Supremacism

8/15/2017
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Residents living in and around the Truckee Meadows gathered in Downtown Reno Monday night as part of a vigil to honor the victims of last weekend’s violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. But as Reno Public Radio’s Paul Boger reports, the remembrance was something akin to a rally against white-nationalists.

Duration: 00:03:37


The UNR Student And Charlottesville: A Look At Free Speech Law

8/15/2017
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A University of Nevada, Reno student made headlines this weekend after a photo showing him at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia circulated nationwide. The 20-year-old's participation sparked outrage among many fellow students and community members, who are calling for his expulsion. But UNR President Marc Johnson said Monday the school does not have a legal reason to do so.

Duration: 00:04:35


200-Mile Trail Proposed Between Reno And Gerlach

8/12/2017
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A 200-mile trail from Reno to Gerlach is being proposed to highlight Washoe County’s cultural, historic, and artistic elements. With $75,000 in grant funds from the the National Endowment for the Arts, Washoe County, working with Burning Man, envisions the trail to pass through Reno-Sparks, small towns, and tribal lands into Gerlach. “The goal of the project is to draw out and engage both urban and rural residents in the culture and beauty of the place we call home,” said Gabrielle...

Duration: 00:01:34


Cheating And Lying

8/12/2017
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An alarming number of teenagers and young adults believe lying and cheating are not only okay, they are necessary to achieve success.

Duration: 00:02:20


Argue On Point

8/12/2017
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You may not be getting to a solution when you disagree because someone isn't staying on point.

Duration: 00:01:47


Dark Tower

8/12/2017
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A look at the new movie based on the Stephen King novel.

Duration: 00:09:44


New Weighted Funding To Put More Money Behind Neediest Students

8/12/2017
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Schools in Nevada are getting a little boost in funding as part of a new weighted student formula. The program seeks to put more money behind students needing additional resources. Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick sat down with our education reporter Paul Boger to find out what the program could mean for schools in Nevada. Let’s start off with the basic premise, what is a weighted-funding formula. Yeah, so the concept behind a weighted formula, at its core, basically states that it costs...

Duration: 00:04:12


Reno City Council Eyes Sage Street for New Overflow Shelter

8/12/2017
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The Reno City Council agreed yesterday to consider a five-acre parcel of land on Sage Street located just off Fourth Street for a new overflow homeless shelter. The building will house individuals overnight when other shelters in the area are full. The move comes after two years of discussion and debate on where to put the new facility. Previous attempts to pick a site have fallen through, and city leaders have been wary of relying on private land. And while the vote was unanimous, council...

Duration: 00:01:46


What Happens When People Cause Wildfires?

8/10/2017
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Humans account for an overwhelming majority of wildland fires, with federal agencies estimating that 80 to 90 percent are caused by people. Target shooting is just one of several ways that people can spark flames. Reno Public Radio’s Noah Glick look at other actions worrying local officials, and finds out what happens to those caught starting fires.

Duration: 00:04:08


Target Shooting: Harmless Hobby Or Trigger For Wildfire?

8/10/2017
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While heat and thunderstorms bring heightened potential for wildfires, the majority of wildfires are human-caused. Target shooting in particular has been the cause of several blazes this year, including the Detweiler Fire that has destroyed more than 130 structures in Mariposa County, California.

Duration: 00:04:32


Nevada’s Old Mines: Abandoned, But Not Forgotten

8/9/2017
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The Bureau of Land Management has a team of employees who find and block off abandoned mines in the state of Nevada. KUNR reporter Natalie Van Hoozer tagged along for a rural road trip to find out more.

Duration: 00:04:30


Downtown Reno's New Space Whale Sculpture

8/7/2017
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Reno is becoming the new home for a large, so-called Space Whale sculpture. Our News Director Michelle Billman chatted with contributor Bob Conrad of ThisisReno to learn more. The sculpture is a life-size representation of a humpback whale mother and her calf. There were roughly 1,700 individual glass panels installed in this ambitious piece of public art. The project is paid for out of the city’s portion of room tax funds that go into the city’s arts budget. To learn more, check out this...

Duration: 00:02:40


Reno's Affordable Housing Frustration Grows

8/7/2017
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Reno City Council members are voicing frustration at a lack of progress on the issue of affordable housing. Our contributor Bob Conrad covered their last meeting and has the latest update for our News Director Michelle Billman.

Duration: 00:04:25


Modern Native American Dancing: Stepping For The Family

8/5/2017
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To wrap up Artown, the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony held a cultural celebration this week. American Indians have called the Great Basin home for thousands of years and their cultural impact is long-lasting. Our reporter Holly Hutchings talked to three performers who show that the tradition of dancing is really a family affair. Our reporter Holly Hutchings has more. Many different groups participate in a celebration of art, food, music and dance. Far from the stage, women are braiding their...

Duration: 00:04:42


Presence

8/4/2017
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There's one thing that parents can give their children that costs nothing and is critically important: your presence.

Duration: 00:02:23


Calm Down

8/4/2017
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How to react if your partner can't calm down.

Duration: 00:02:05

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