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  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell Discusses Strength Training After 45 Years of Age

    in Fitness

    Although there is mounting evidence that muscle-strength training provides key health benefits, most middle-aged and older adults in the United States don't engage in this type of exercise, according to new research.


    Less than one-quarter of adults over 45 meet the muscle-strengthening recommendations set by the Department of Health and Human Services, the study found.


    Strength is essential for promoting health and fitness and staying independent, researchers advised. Muscle-strengthening activities include yoga, sit-ups, push-ups, weights, elastic bands and weight machines. In many cases, people use their own body weight for resistance during strength training.

  • 00:31

    Stephen J Resnick, Esq., Author of The 45 Stitch Rule

    in Radio

    A riveting crime story always keeps my attention. First time author, Stephen J. Resnick has written The 45 Stitch Rule, a fictional account of events facing members of the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office during a particular week in August of 1974. The book details the good, the bad, and the ugly side of dealing with the victims and perpetrators of crime in Brooklyn. The author also offers a look at the humorous side to criminal proceedings such as The Best Free Night Show In Town also known as Night Court (recall that TV show and you get the idea).The story begins on a Sunday morning, as Assistant District Attorney, Alan Stone, is contacted by an NYPD patrolman seeking help on a problem with a confessed axe murderer. The story follows Stone through the week, as he investigates and prosecutes serious and frivolous crimes, and finds love in an unexpected place. It’s a tough week for ADA Stone and the NYPD and includes plenty of murder and mayhem with a cast of richly drawn characters. The action takes place in Brooklyn but there are sidelines in Bordentown and Hightstown, NJ. The title of the book, The 45 Stitch Rule, had me wondering until the significance was explained. It seems there are many unwritten rules that guide law enforcement in their daily grind of dealing with too many criminals in an overloaded justice system. Think plea bargaining. This book is fiction, but author Stephen J. Resnick definitely has the inside track. He spent many years as a prosecutor in NY and NJ, at county and state levels. He has prosecuted everything from street crime, organized crime, narcotics and such, to bribery, securities fraud, Medicaid fraud and environmental crimes. As a government attorney he has represented sitting judges and prosecutors. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live.

  • 01:08

    Tiempo Tejano Ep 45

    in Music

    Check out the latest Tiempo Tejano Ep 45. Listen to your favorite music and Tejano artists hosted by your friend and DJ Armando. Escuche su musica y artistas favoritos de la musica Tejana incluyendo musica de el recuerdo Tejana, y musica de Navidad con su amigo y locutor Armando.



  • 00:45

    The 45

    in News

    45 minutes of sports, politics, and pop culture.

  • 00:45

    00:45 Minutes of 00:02 Minute Rants!

    in Blogcritics

    Suggested by Tara Nelson, and Inspired by Ute e' the Author and Murderous, this Heart warming Compassionate Feelgood radio episode incorporates some real.. biting... commentary? This one KVWV can use in any part or whole of freely. {beats the bandwidth offa sending up to 21 mp3s of rants, right?}

  • 00:30

    45 - NO HATS ON THE BED

    in Comedy

    Phil Hanley, Liza Treyger and Anya talk Russian nicknames, superstitions, psychics, meditation & molly. Other topics include: Howard Stern, Hoda, The Amazing Kreskin, Kendall Jenner, meditating-away coldsores, bucket bands, Lil Freckles, Meryl Streep and masturbation.

    Follow @anyamarina @philmhanley @glittercheese

  • 02:09

    45. The FX of Spring Cleaning

    in Lifestyle

    Friday, March 20th, we witnessed a new moon ‘supermoon’ total solar eclipse and the spring equinox falling on the same day, which is a rare astronomical event which has the potential to stir up some very powerful energetic shifts for our personal and collective transformations. The vernal equinox has long been celebrated by nearly all world cultures as a time of rebirth, fertility and new opportunities. There is a symbolic meaning here, shared by our histories and collective consciousness reflecting renewal and hope.


    TGHE will discuss the FX of the astronomical, cultural, and energetic perspective of this event, and look at the ways of cleaning your "house." Also, we will touch on some of the issues of the week, and a look ahead to Chicago Politics as Early Voting starts on Monday.


    Listen online or on your phone: 818-691-7412, press "1" to be a part of the show or if you want to share any thoughts or comments. EXperience the "FX"

  • 02:52

    Isaiah chapter 45 from a Latterday Perspective.

    in Religion

    The Kingdom of God to roll forth in the last days is now being set up in its fullness. God has sent many witnesses to prepare the way. I am Sent to Ephraim and to Manassah, and they will gather Israel out from the four corners of the world to prepare the way for Zions Redemption and the return of our Father Adam and the Return of our Redeemer and Savior. Thank you for listening to the program. Any questions of Comments can be texted to 801-368-1490. Take care and May God bless your Journy. 

  • 01:17

    Valentines Day The Couples Show: Mars/Venus Show Episode 45

    in Entertainment

     Episode 45 Is it more important to love … or to be loved? 

    Most of us would agree with George Eliot’s words, “I like not only to be loved, but also to be told I am loved.” With Valentine’s Day fast approaching many women are anticipating a genuine show of commitment through their partner’s expressions of “Love” while most men scramble to coordinate something that will meet the need without upsetting their Lady. Is it meaningful to base such an important experience around romantic expressions one day of the year?

    In this episode, we explore how love is expressed and how we measure the experience of love in relationships.


     

  • 01:59

    High Noon Radio, broadcast #45 (Happy Birthday Yella Nycole!)

    in Music

    It's the on-air birthday celebration for our own Yella Nycole on High Noon Radio, exclusively on Ridin' Durty Radio and ridindurtyradio.com! Tune in and call in on your phone by dialling 347-826-9989 to wish her a HBD LIVE on air! It's also #NewMusicMondays!

  • 01:33

    Nissan @ 7:15 pm & Bonita @ 7:45 pm

    in Entertainment

    Nissan:


    Nisan Joseph is an RnB/Neo Soul artist from Houston, Texas. At 22, he is one of the freshest faces of new school soul music he is also a songwriter that loves to write about the human experience.He is working on his first EP under LoudNKlear entertainment with plans to release by fall.  Nisan is currently working with Mr. Hankey, the super producer as a songwriter. 


    You can find Nisan on twitter and Instagram @nisanjoseph and like him on Facebook @nisanjoseph and for all of his music you can go to www.soundcloud.com/NisanJoseph


    Bonita: 


    As a new artist, she lent her voice to hooks for JR Writer, Cam'ron, Hell Rell, 40cal and more, and found herself performing with the likes of Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Monica, Lyfe Jennings, Fantasia, 3 Six Mafia, Biz Markie, Juelz Santana, Ghostface, Bubba Sparks, Lil Mo, Dondria, David Banner-- and the list of artists and opportunities she seized went on.  In 2009 she showed her versatility by being featured on BET’s “How Sweet the Sound” tour. She was able to work with gospel greats such as Marvin Sapp and Hezekiah Walker.