Dave Moody – Surviving Sexual Abuse

Dave_Moody-150x150David is joined by Dave Moody, founder of C.D. Moody Construction, to talk about his experiences dealing with sexual abuse. Among Moody’s many accomplishments, he has worked on designs for Turner Field, the World of Coke, and the new Falcons stadium. However, he held a secret throughout his successful career. At age 10 Moody was sexually abused by a male babysitter, a secret he kept from anyone until 1992 when he told his wife. Since then, he has slowly learned to share his story and help others in the same situation realize that even throughout this horrible experience he has been able to become successful.

Original Air Date: 7-23-2013


Dan Drollette Jr. – Gold Rush in the Jungle

Dan_Drollette-150x150David is joined by Dan Drollette Jr to chat about his new book Gold Rush in the Jungle. This book, centered in Vietnam, examines many of the former war zones that due to their abandonment have become nature habitats. This are of the world, often referred to as “the lost world” has led to the discovery of never seen mammals including a half-goat/half-ox, a deer that barks, and a close relative of the nearly extinct Javan rhino.ece for the New York Times announcing that his views have changed and that he is now in favor of gay marriage.

Original Air Date: 7-18-2013

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Sanjay Parekh – Atlanta’s Startup Scene

Sanjay_Parekh-150x150David speaks with entrepreneur and technologist Sanjay Parekh about Atlanta’s emerging technological startup scene. Parekh’s career as an startup success started in 1999 when he founded the geolocation service Digital Enjoy while still a student at Georgia Tech. Since selling Digital Envoy in 2007, Parekh has dedicated his work to mentoring and guiding startup hopefuls on their journey. In this conversation, Sanjay chats about the challenges of becoming a technological entrepreneur in Atlanta and what can be done to help make the process easier.

Original Air Date: 7-16-2013


Rabbi Joshua Lesser – DOMA and SCOTUS

Rabbi_Lesser-e1374158789967 David chats with Rabbi Joshua Lesser of Congregation Bet Haverim about the Supreme Court’s recent decision on the Defense of Marriage Act and its consequences on the future of gay marriage. Aside from his work at Congregation Bet Haverim, Lesser has also served on the boards of PFLAG, the Anti-Defamation League, and Hillels of Georgia and for the past three years has taught rabbinical students how to create welcoming communities for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Jews.

Original Air Date: 7-09-2013


Dick Lehr- The Trial of Whitey Bulger

Dick_Lehr-150x150David chats with journalist Dick Lehr about the trial of Whitey Bulger. Former Mob boss Bulger was captured two years ago after 16 years on the lam as one of the FBI’s most-wanted. After covering the entire search for Bulger, Dick Lehr is now lucky enough to cover this high-profile trial which features an incredible cast of characters from Whitey’s past including his go-to hitman and bookie.

Original Air Date: 7-05-2013


Khaled Hosseini – And the Mountains Echoed

Khaled_Hosseini-150x150David is joined by Khaled Hosseini, the best-selling author of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns, to chat about his latest book And The Mountains Echoed. This book explores the many ways in which families nurture, wound, betray, honor, and sacrifice for one another; and how often we are surprised by the actions of those closest to us, at the times that matter most. While most of his books have focused on his birthplace of Afghanistan, And The Mountains echoed follows families from Paris to Kabul to San Francisco and places beyond.

Original Air Date: 7-03-2013

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