Heart of the East End – July 13th 2022

Robyn Berger-Gaston and Kathy Rosenthal, Wednesday Works Underwritten by Robert James Salon

Family Service League’s Robyn Berger-Gaston and Kathy Rosenthal join The Heart of The East End live on-air amid Mental Health Awareness Month talk about Monday’s lecture, “How to speak with your kids about suicide and other difficult topics.” They discuss the importance of maintaining an open door and non-judgmental space when it comes to communicating with kids. If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the 24-hour DASH hotline and crisis care center at 631-952-3333, or simply dial 988 to reach the National Suicide Lifeline.


Eve Karlin, Wednesday Wisdom Underwritten by LTV Studios

Author Eve Karlin joins The Heart of The East End to discuss her brand-new historical fiction novel “Track 61,” which imagines her maternal grandmother, Grete, becoming involved in the story of Nazi sabateurs who landed on Amagansett shores on June 13, 1942. Eve works at BookHampton in East Hampton and said she would be happy to sign your copy of Track 61. For more information, visit bookhampton.com

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