Insight with Mark Farrell An engaging forum to examine and discuss a vast array of everyday obstacles and challenges facing adults and children today.

April 28, 2016  

President/CEO of Bike NY, Ken Podziba shares how exhilarating riding 40 miles on traffic free streets, over iconic bridges, through 5 boroughs with 32,000 riders can be. Tom Brady is completely deflated and flabbergasted after his 4 game suspension remains...justice after all! Learn how a textalyzer will hopefully become law and make roads safer for people who like to drive while driving. And hear how Ted Cruz's crew ejected a 16 year old transgender teen for being, transgender. Shame of you TD!

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April 21, 2016  

Yeah, heavy show. Not one of Mark's typical feel good, uplifting show though Mark's candor and surreal experiences always come with positivity.

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April 7, 2016  

The San Francisco Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired present Cycle For Sight to benefit their Enchanted Hills Camp for the blind. Director , Tony Fletcher shares with Mark how this vital event gives both visually impaired and blind cyclists the opportunity to experience one of the most liberating events - riding a tandem bicycle with the guidance of a sighted pilot. To register, volunteer, donate: www.cycle4sight.com Peggy Farrell, or as Mark calls her - Mom, talks about her introduction to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) in 1992 when her son Michael (Mark's brother) died by suicide and how AFSP provided invaluable support services and how Peggy realized that she could be a source of hope for others. Hence being the recipient of the inaugural Peggy Farrell Survivor award. My Mom ROCKS! American Idol contestant, Dalton was voted off though in Mark's eyes he's the winner for sharing that he's bi-polar with the world! Way to end stigma and be proud of who you are.
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