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  • 00:23

    Great Loop Radio: Great Loop Highlight - Cruising New York Harbor

    in Travel

    Join us this week as we talk about the Big Apple!  Our guest is John Calascibetta, AGLCA Harbor Host for New York City.  John will lead us through New York Harbor, including navigation, anchorages, and marinas.  He'll also give us tips on how to get around New York City and see the sights!

  • 00:26

    The Thomas Loop Radio Show on WJJL- Interview with Universal Sports Larry Rawson

    in Sports

    Tom Proctor interviewed four-time Emmy Award Winner for sports journalism, Larry Rawson on Wedenesday April 8, 2015's edition of The Thomas Loop Radio Show on WJJL AM-1440.  Rawson will co-host The Boston Marathon on Monday - April 20th at 8:30am. 


    Larry Rawson's bio is here - 


    TRACK & FIELD AND MARATHON RADIO AND TV BROADCASTING CAREER


    1980 to present. Commentator for ESPN-TV for track & field and marathons since the inception of the network. Also have worked for most of the other major TV networks. Commentator for 4 World Championships and 7 summer Olympic Games in track & field. Commentator for 38 NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Championships for ESPN and CBS. International and national co-host for television for Chicago, New York and Boston marathons (up to 35 yrs).


     


    AWARDS


    Two-time national and 2-time regional Emmy award winner for track and field and sports journalism commentary, for ESPN and Madison Square Garden networks.


    2008. Inducted in Running USA's Hall of Fame. They are the umbrella organization for all road races and marathons in the USA. First commentator to be inducted.


    2011. Penn Relays lifetime achievement award. First time the award has been given to a television commentator.


    2011. Inducted in the New York Athletic Club Hall of Fame "for contributions to track and field."


    2012. Inducted in the Halls of Fame for LaSalle Academy and All Hallows Academy for contributions to the schools.


     

  • 00:30

    Great Loop Radio: Trouble Shooting Electrical Problems Aboard

    in Travel

    Join us this week as we talk about meters for troubleshooting on your boat, with a focus on electrical problems. Our guest host will be Keith Ruse of Deltaville Boatyard. Those of you who attended the Spring Rendezvous will remember Keith's very interesting presentaion on this topic! Don't miss it.

  • 00:17

    Great Loop Radio--Conversations from the Rendezvous

    in Travel

    This week the show will be three segments, One will be with a Gold Looper, one with a Current Looper and one with a planner. We'll talk about what they got out of the Rendezvous, best thing they learned, was it what they expected, etc.

  • 00:09

    The Bridge

    in Entertainment

    the bridge talk 

  • 00:31

    Storytelling: The Bridge Builder

    in Culture

    Anastasia and Jack explore the impact of storytelling as a bridge building vehicle for an evolving society and as a viable tool for conflict resolution and reconciliation..

  • 00:12

    A Theory of Parenting - Live from the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge

    in Parents

    May 07, 2015


    Hello,


    Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on Blogtalkradio.com


    My name is Tammi Joyner


    I am your Host for the Show


    Today we are live from the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge in Manhattan NY


    I will attempt to walk from Manhattan to Queens via the pedestrian walkway on the Bridge.


    The bridge is located at/near: 2nd between 59th and 60th Street


    for a virtual tour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIsYNyv77F4 or search google word phrase: walk over the queensboro bridge


    www.wiki.com says:


    The upper level of the bridge has four lanes of automobile traffic and provides a view of the bridge's cantilever truss structure and the New York skyline. The lower level has five vehicular lanes, the inner four for automobile traffic and the southern outer lane for automobile traffic as well, used exclusively for Queens-bound traffic.


    The North Outer Roadway was converted into a permanent pedestrian walk and bicycle path in September 2000.


    The Queensboro Bridge has been shown in the credits of the television series Archie Bunker's Place, The King of Queens, Taxi, Rescue Me, and the The Simpsons epidsodes"

  • 00:25

    Great Loop Radio: Get Ready for the Spring Rendezvous!

    in Travel

    On this week's episode, members of AGLCA's Home Port Crew will talk about the Spring Rendezvous & Reunion, and what attendees can expect this year from the educational seminars and the social events.  We've got some great new sessions that we're excited to share!
     

  • 00:30

    Great Loop Radio: Cruising the Atlantic ICW in South Carolina

    in Travel

    Join us as Larry Dorminy of The Salty Southeast Cruisers' Net tells us what to expect while cruising the Atlantic ICW in South Carolina, including tides, shoaling, must-see ports, best marinas and anchorages, and more.

  • 00:30

    Great Loop Radio: Documentary of a Great Loop Cruise done in 1906

    in Travel

    Our guest will be Bob Reynolds, the grandson of boat builder Scott J. Matthews, who did the Great Loop in 1906. Bob provided photos and his grandfather's written account of the journey for a new documentary. Below is the info from a press release about the documentary, and a preview can be seen here: http://www.matthewsboatownersassoc.com/

    "In 1890, Scott J. Matthews founded the Matthews Boat Company in Bascom, Ohio. Fifteen years later, in 1906, Matthews, designed and built a 70 foot yacht. This vessel was capable of taking himself, and family of four, plus two others, on a 9,000 mile trip.

    The adventure, of almost one year, transversed the eastern half of the United States, which is now referred to as the "Great Loop". This trip was a "first" for a private yacht and its success resulted in moving the Matthews Company to Port Clinton in 1906.

    This past year, in collaboration with the Maritime Museum of Sandusky, a documentary was made. It includes many of the original photos taken along the way. The narrative is based on the written account of Scott Matthews."
     

  • 01:02

    "Spirit Rescuing" with Medium and Author Amy Major

    in Spirituality

    Join your Host and Medium Pamela Marie Edmunds as she interviews Medium and Author Amy Major.  Their discussion this evening will be Amy's book "Toward the Light" and the subject of spirit rescue.  What is spirit rescue?  Is it safe?  How did Amy train to become one?  Can anyone become a Rescue Medium?


    More About Amy Major;


    Amy Major is a Psychic, Empath and Medium who has helped many people with her abilities. At a young age she learned she had the ability to communicate with her spiritual and animal guides. Throughout childhood she developed Astral Projection, as well as the ability to see auras and energy surrounding people.  In her early 20's, Amy was told by her guides that she was able to communicate with spirits.  While exploring her ability of Mediumship, she quickly learned that she had very strong Rescue Mediumship skills. Amy now dedicates her time to Rescue work and education people about Spirit Rescue.  


    Amy Major has been a successful Spirit Rescue Medium since 2002. Amy has studied and worked at the New Millennium Psychic Center in Derry, NH for many years and became the lead medium in the Psychic Ghostbusters Team which conducted many spirit investigations/rescues. She works alongside other mediums and Spirit Rescue specialists to help aid a Spirit in their transition to the "other side".


    Amy has been on several Paranormal Radio shows and conducts workshops in her area about Spirit Rescue.  Amy is highly skilled in her psychic ability and provides psychic tarot card readings and mediumship readings at local Spirit/Psychic fairs.


    She is an active member of a Spiritualist Church, The Church of Spiritual Life in Methuen MA, where she has been a member for over 10 years. She routinely provides mediumship readings and gallery readings at the church.