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This should be a very interesting show when Gold Loopers, Joe Pica and Gene Schnagl, discuss their opinions on the Asian Carp issue. The main topic of discussion will be a recently introduced bill that demands complete seperation of the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River to prvent the spread of Asian Carp.
Join us "LIVE" via the internet with Capt Tom Marks as we bust some of the rumors of the Asian Carp and the Great Lakes.
Rumor or Fact, A lot of anglers are left in the dark from the studies and reports from the Michigan DNR and others.
Tune in LIVE for some cold hard facts that you just might not know about..- Rumors Exposed
Live 1:00 PM EST on Fish Bait Radio
Our guest today is Moon Cho, founder of Ying Yang Living, a website dedicated to teaching the principles of health and wellness through the Asian traditions.
I first found one of Moon's YouTube videos (on fermented foods) and was very impressed with the quality, and I was interested to learn more about Asain cooking. It turned out Moon's website not only included cooking and nutrition, but also natural beauty tips, Feng Shui advice, exercise ideas, and lessons on spritual practice.
I've been a practicing acupuncturist for 10 years, and it's great that Asian medicine has "arrived" in the U.S., but there is so much more available to us in the rich cultural traditions of Asia. I'm excited to have Moon Cho on the show today to talk about her two foundations for health and happiness: spiritualty and nutrition.
Moon's website, youtube channel, twitter feed and facebook page.
Tonight....CD, La La, and LDX...present to you..a very detailed topic....The Asian Persuasion on Black Culture!!! It has been happening for years....good and bad!!! So...if you love Asian culture and the Asian influence on the Black Culture of today....ENJOY the show!!! Welcome inside of The Madhouse!!!
Asia is a hidden gem of stunning places to run. Often overlooked as too hot Asia has running adventures to cater for all tastes.
Following on from the recent Partnerunning Show feature on running bucket lists and our American and European vacations this week we go on a tour of Asian marathons and other inviting running events.
Taking a month by month approach we cover the most popular events including Paris and London as well as lesser known events.
Also on this weeks show:
Over the shoulder
The road ahead
“There are so many people who died during the Korean War, and lots of monuments to commemorate them all across the country,” said Son Min Seok, an official with the Korea Defense and Security Forum, one of four South Korean groups that funded the monument. “But there is no monument to remember those who died after the armistice agreement.”
The names of approximately 90 U.S. troops and 40 South Korean troops — all KATUSAs, or Korean Augmentees to the U.S. Army — are engraved on the monument, along with the message that the South Korean people “honor the souls of the fallen soldiers ... who died fighting the communists here on the peninsula for the peace and democracy of Republic of Korea.”
Episode #5, on Saturday, December 21st at 8pm. Winter Solstice - the shortest day, the longest night. The 6th light of Chanukah, our festival of sacred reclamation, resistance, die-hard faith and service. How will you transcend your own darkness? Broadcasting live, just up the street from Lake Ontario. This month, we’re highlighting the kind of love that comes charging out of us when we commit to deep, delicious, pleasureful, joyful, righteous self-love. This love transforms us and our communities. It allows us to escape to freedom. It lifts itself up from lying in the street, immobilized to reaching transcendence, through the signal of song.
Listen in for:
- a conversation with Erin Marie Konsmo of The Native Youth Sexual Health Network on her ongoing project, Indigenous Feminist Condom Cases and Beaded Condoms
- an interview with Kathana Namowrednow and Chenthoori Malan of Heartbeats: the IZZAT Project, a comic book created by young South Asian women to empower themselves and their communities around violence.
- a discussion with Dawn Weleski of Pittsburgh’s Conflict Kitchen on their recent run-in with the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh over CK’s most recent Palestine iteration.
- from the Archive: a 1998 recording of legendary activist Assata Shakur reading her open letter to Pope John Paul II on the occasion of his visit to Cuba. Both Assata and Mike Brown were shot by cops in the US. Unlike Assata, Mike wasn’t lucky enough to survive.
- readings from Krishnamurti and music from Meredith Monk, Gabriel Teodros & SoulChef, Ian Kamau x Big Sproxx and more
Modern Combat Masters Host, Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host, Hanshi Daniel J. Vena along with our Executive Producer, Sifu Restita DeJesus would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal listeners for an outstanding 2014. Thank's to all of you our show is a success on DOCRADIO.NET.
Thank You To Our Loyal Listeners !
Our theme for 2015 is to build shows that will highlight the life and teachings of our ancestors, seniors and mentors.
Tonight's show will be a holiday version of Modern Combat Masters, our guests can call in at : 1-(646)-716-6825. Come join the party and be a part of the show. We look forward to bringing you quality programming in the new year.
This will probably be one of the craziest shows I've done in a long time. I was presented with a question the other day, but in reality, it was a hypothesis, that minorities need a different type of sales training to be successful.
As some of you already know, I'm always listening to what people say. My first response to the question was "why would say this?" So I left the conversation shaking my head.
I want to hear what you have to say about this subject.
First, the sales industry is not for everyone to begin with. So why would someone say that minorities are a subset of an industry where the majority of people do not like sales?
Second, a sales concept is not black, white, Latin, or Asian. Why does sales training need to be conceptualized uniquely for minorities?
What would this alternate, conceptualize sales training include?
Let's talk about this subject.
Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST/11AM EST as we celebrate Festivus. We will celebrate with the airing of grievances and dirty laundry & then commence with the beating of dirty rugs and dead horses. We will continue laughing at those who are tilting at windmills.
The dial in number is 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts. You can also Skype into the show.
Have you ever wanted to get into the kitchen, but didn't know where to start?
Do you get intimidated looking at your spice rack?
Do you want to impress that special someone, but you seem to have trouble boiling water?
Then tune in, shut the hell up and check out DMD Culinary. On DMD Culinary, you aren't going to her a boring lecture about how a scotch bonnet is different from ghost chili. There will be no by the books, step by step droning bullshit. On DMD Culinary you learn the basics about the food that you want to cook, from two people who love what they do.
Damian Legion and Duckie met on the set of Masterchef 4 where they had the privilege of cooking for Joe Bastianich, Grahm Elliot, and Gordon Ramsay as part of the illustrious top 100. Though their ride ended earlier than they had hoped, the experience drove them to create the most fun, and most brash cooking show of all time.
So please, join Damian and Duckie as they talk life, food and whatever random shit they feel like. Come listen to a fat man and his hot Asian friend talk about food. Raise your home cooking game with DMD Culinary!
in Self Help
NetIP Spotlight: Live Your Potential
Monthly show featuring experts on trending topics
Every 3rd Monday at 8:30 pm EST
The Intersection of Indian Culture and Hospitality Industry
with Ritu Singh, President, 2012-2014, NetIP North America
During this show, the audience will learn about: the following topics:
Finding the right nonprofit/volunteer opportunity for you
NetIP's four pillars of community service, cultural awareness, political awareness, and professional development
Developing leadership abilities in the nonprofit environment
The importance of fundraising for nonprofits along with tips & tactics
Host: Jasbina Ahluwalia