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Wednesday, June 18 at 8:00 ET (7:00 CT). Join host Barb Jordan with guests Rachele Fico, Nerissa Myers, and Ashley Thomas of the Akron Racers.
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What can we say that will make you feel better about the Akron performance? Well they won, and they get to redeem themselves against UConn. Listen to us at 10am on Saturday morning to hear how they might do that. You can catch us right here on www.blogtalkradio.com/sportsweeklive. Go Blue
My son Ken and I are preparing a class titled "Bill W., Dr. Bob, and the Cure of Alcoholism: The Rest of the Story." And the "rest of the story" may surprise you when you see how much information has simply not reached AAs or the general public about Alcoholics Anonymous, its roots, its succession of programs, the content of those programs, the reason for their successes, and changes in A.A. itself.
The current three radio shows are about A.A.'s first historical epoch--the period when the first three AAs got sober before there were any 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, Big Books, war stories, or meetings like those today. We will show you the similarity of actions taken by the first three AAs and the useful picture they provide as to how the original, simple, effective A.A. ideas can be applied in recovery today. Our three presentations are of how AA #1, Bill W., got sober (something we have already presented); how AA #2, Dr. Bob, got sober (also presented); and how AA #3, Akron attorney Bill D., got sober. Tonight, we discuss Bill D.'s story.
AA # 3's story is important for at least two major reasons. First, because Bill D.'s release from an Akron hospital on July 4, 1935, "a free man" represented the first success of the original program Bill W. and Dr. Bob began developing that summer. Second, because it marked the founding of the first A.A. group in the world, Akron #1.
After presenting Bill D.'s story, I will review the techniques the three pioneers used, and show how they rested primarily on admission that they were licked, determination to quit and do whatever it took to accomplish that, a firm decision to entrust their lives to the care and direction of their Creator, taking their basic ideas from the Bible, and then reaching out wherever needed to those still suffering from alcoholism. Here we go!
Tonight's program includes another reason for your attending "The First International Alcoholics Anonymous History Conference," Sept. 6-7, 2013, in Portland, Maine. A strong request has been made that we provide on video a history of early Akron A.A. This will be produced in three stages: (1) tonight's sketch of the history; (2) a presentation at the Portland, Maine, A.A. history conference; and (3) a package of one or more videos that will feature my son Ken and me explaining the history and showing you some of the books and other materials that can be and have been used to document the history. And now, for tonight's summary.
Born on January 7th, 1990 in Akron, Ohio, Ricco Beard aka (L Dro) has been creating rhymes since he was a child and is destined for greatness. Raised by Sandra and Ricky Beard, L Dro is the youngest within his immediate family. Being raised in the troubled area of East Akron, influences and circumstances forced him to the streets.
The streets have always been and will always be a learning ground, a resourceful place of refuge from safety and trust. An oxymoron of sorts, the streets intentions are clear: to create ambition, goals and dreams whether positively so or more often than not, negatively so. Under this premise is where L – Dro found his voice.
Following course and armed with the ambition to win, his art form finally became his reality by signing with Major Hustle Entertainment in 2004. Since then, he has worked with such notable producers as Firestorm Entertainment, The Olympiks, Statik Selektah,
DarkChild Entertainment and Nottz with plenty others lined up. He also has had the privilege of sharing the stage with artist such as Young Jeezy, The Dip- lomats, and Fat Joe among others. He is currently on the Big Heff Industry Tour which will be stopping in fifteen major markets including New York City, Chicago, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, and Detroit among others. He is also doing his first mixtape called DroOhio hosted by world famous DJ Cannon with another mixtape from DJ Self shortly thereafter.
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Today, we will sit down and here testimonials from 3 Akron, Ohio natives.
Toka Clayton will share with us her store and strength on what helped her through.
Kelley Williams-Bolar had a story that went viral! Find out what she's doing and finally understand her side of the story.
Also, we will talk to the man who started the popular Facebook page, "I'm So Akron" and learn his reason behind his creation. Robert Brown will talk with us.
Tune in for the season premiere that you won't want to miss!!
Earned JUCO all-conference recognition ... team finished 11-0 and closed out the season ranked as the No. 4 junior college in the nation. Vinnie Rizzo continued to advance his college career and went on the play at Akron. Rizzo became one of the top offensive linemen in the MAC. Catch up with Rizzo as he looks to continue his football career and earn a roster spot in the National Football League.
Smoke Signals is back on Blog Talk Radio! The new show format will now allow for two half hour episodes every Tuesday and Thursday at 11pm ET for the IBI's Tony Lastoria and Jeff Ellis to talk Tribe. Along with that we will also post an occasional podcast.
Join Tony and Jeff as they discuss all things Tribe from the draft to the minors and to the majors!
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