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  • 00:11

    Augusta DeChronicle 2013-07-16

    in Current Events

    The Augusta DeChronicle is to discuss The Augusta Chronicle of Monday, July 16.
    Here is our picture of the day.
    Here are the show notes.

  • Augusta Lee Collins plus The Million Fathers March

    in Culture

    We have got another great show for you today. The Bay Area is sure to know this veteran performer for this area. He is Blues Guitarist Augusta Lee Collings, a member of the West Coast Blues Hall of Fame. He has performed with such local legends as Frankie Beverly and Maze and the Pointer Sisters. Some of the many others are Lighting Hopkins and Herbie Hancock.  Now better known for his blues, country and folk music he still finds the time to write and create his unique sound. That is something you will hear from his latest CD, The Game. We will play music from that CD. 

    We are also going to talk to Lawrence Rasheed from G.R.I.O.T. (Greatness Rediscovered in Our Time) about the “Million Fathers March” coming up in September.  So…stop on by and enjoy another Real Talk subject show.

    This show is sponsored by our parent company, CHIIA Group’s website at http://hcofa.net/ and our host’s third book, entitled, The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478746232

  • 00:25

    Augusta DeChronicle 2013-07-15

    in Current Events

    The Augusta DeChronicle is to discuss The Augusta Chronicle of Monday, July 15.
    Here is our picture of the day.
    Show notes are now available.

  • 00:19

    Augusta DeChronicle 2013-07-21

    in Current Events

    The Augusta DeChronicle is to discuss The Augusta Chronicle of Monday, July 21.
    Here is our picture of the day.
    Show notes are now available.

  • 00:27

    Augusta DeChronicle 2013-07-13

    in Current Events

    Join us as we discuss The Augusta Chronicle of July 13, 2013. Show notes are now available.

  • 00:20

    Augusta DeChronicle 2013-07-14

    in Current Events

    Join us as we discuss The Augusta Chronicle of July 13, 2014. Picture of the day: 
    U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Ga., (L) and Nuclear Regulatory Commission Chairman Allison Macfarlane (R) listen as Southern Co. Vogtle Construction Vice President Mark Rauckhorst explains how portions of the Vogtle Units 3 and 4 reactor structures are built on site in the module assembly building at the plant near Augusta, Ga. (photo credit: Southern Co.)
    Show notes are now avail

  • 00:30

    Augusta Wrestling Alliance: Wrestle Chat

    in Wrestling

    Augusta Wrestling Alliance Radio will be discussing results from previous shows as well as upcomoing events. We will also dicuss the current probelms that the local wresting scene is having. Also we will dicuss what ever else is on our minds..Guest to call in are : Anthony Henry(current awa champ)Ken Lee (current Lightning champ) and Kameron Kade will disuss his strategy on how he plans on taking on the current AWA Southern States Champ David Coleman

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    in Fashion



    Augusta Fashion Week’s main purpose is to showcase designers, retail, and model talent from around the country, ensuring to be one of the main fashion weeks in North America. Held May 28- May 31 2015, in the heart of downtown Augusta, GA, this four day event will feature several events around the city ending with the main ZM Annual Fashion Trunk Show and Benefit concert. This multimedia fashion week will showcase high-end runway shows, entertainment, after-parties, and press events. Charitable partners for 2015 will include St. Stephens Ministry, Michelle's Kids, Autism and others.



    ZM Fashion Studio was founded in 2011 by fashion designer Zaccheus Miles. As a stylist and independent designer, Zaccheus has had the pleasure to work with and learn from many people as well as share major stage platforms. He created the ZM Fashion Studio in hopes of building a strong team of fashion and beauty leaders to create mass attention to the CSRA from around the world. ZM Fashion Studio focuses on consultation, fashion design, beauty and hair, and much more. Involving itself with non-profit organizations to help benefit HIV/AIDs awareness, ZM Fashion Studio began organization Plethoric Styles. This organization helps young individuals build their portfolios and more for the industry. These individuals will work and volunteer to assist organizations such as Michelle's Kids and St. Stephens Ministry. 

  • 01:01

    Augusta Wright, Author of "The Runaway"

    in Women

    Join Host Pia Louise as she dialogues with guest, Author Augusta Wright. Like many of us Augusta is tuning in to her creative self and using her gifts for writing eloquent stories of life and love. 
    Wright's first book,"The Runaway" is a story of reinevention and romance. Perhaps life gives us a second chances if we just open up to opportunities."The Runaway" is avaiable on amazon http://www.amazon.com/The-Runaway-Volume-Augusta-Wright/dp/0615662366/ref=tmm_pap_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1380396488&sr=1-1  Butterfly Musings Blog http://augustawright.wordpress.com/ and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/augusta.wright.96
    #boomers, #creativity #reinvention

  • 01:29

    Education: Society’s Great Equalizer

    in Education


    About Ms. Leah Fields

    As a highly efficient administrator, Leah Fields possesses cross-functional skills that reflect a background in academic affairs, student services, proprietary educational management, and the corporate experience.  She earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in Atlanta, Georgia, and a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Management from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Leah is a native of Huntsville, Alabama, and she currently resides in Augusta, Georgia. 

    Her background in higher education includes the following positions: Associate Academic Dean, Educational Consultant, General Education and Criminal Justice Program Chair, Relations with Students Team Lead on the Self-Study Committee for the 2013 ACICS Accreditation Reaffirmation, Operations Manager, Adjunct Faculty, Student Retention Coordinator, and Academic Counselor for transfer and re-entry students.  The roles have focused on managing departments in Academic Affairs, ACICS accreditation reaffirmation, developing and managing retention programs, providing academic and student support services, supervising teams ranging from 3 – 60 members, operations management for four campus locations, and continuous student advisement. 

    In addition, she has provided support services to diverse student populations, including adult, at-risk, and international students.  It is her passion to provide unprecedented service to students to ensure they persist to graduation, add value to the college environment, and build strong relationships with fellow administrators.  The desired goal is to drive positive transformations through academic achievement, along with professional development.