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As it approaches its 100th birthday June 9, the Chatham Bars Inn sparkles on the dunes after a $100 million renovation. Hear what's new at the 217-room resort when GM John Speers joins Dan and Chris on Travel Itch Radio Thursday May 1 at 8p on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com.
The Pittsburgh college hockey scene isn't limited to Robert Morris University, as you may know. Chatham University ices a women's varsity program, and coach Jason Evans is back on the Gospel of Hockey to talk a wide variety of puck topics. Now in his fourth year in charge of the Cougars, Evans has guided the team to increasing win totals each season, with the 2013-14 campaign looking to be the strongest yet. Evans discusses his team, college hockey and the Penguins/NHL with Go
On this weeks show. We look back on the Patriots loss against the Cardinals. We break it down for you with former Patriot and WEEI radio host Matt Chatham. We will then look forward to this weeks game big game against the Baltimore Ravens who lost against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Gospel of Hockey explores a new frontier this week as Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder welcome Chatham University women's hockey coach Jason Evans to the program. Located in the Shadyside neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Chatham ices a NCAA Division III team that plays in the ECAC's West Division. After great success with Robert Morris University's club program, Evans is now in his third season in charge of the Cougars. How does Evans go about recruiting suitable student-athletes for his program? What are the principles and preferences he's developed over his several years as a college coach? Does coaching women require a different approach, especially as a man? How can Chatham make itself stand out in the crowded Pittsburgh sports scene, and what are its plans for growth? Matt and Larry address these questions and more with Evans, in addition to providing an NHL lockout update and their weekly Local Hockey Report!
Join Jeff, Matt, & The Paranormal Outlaw as they discuss all things paranormal and seek answers into the unknown! Our guest tonight is Andrea Perron. Andrea is a radio show host, singer,songwriter, actor, photographer and author. She graduated from Chatham College with a BA in Philosophy and English. She wrote the book House of Darkness House of Light which describes her experiences along with her family in the haunted farmhouse in Harrisville Rhode Island. This story inspire the movie The Conjuring.
Entrepreneur coach and business coach Gary Chatham will discuss the Marketing from the Heart system., How to define and attract your ideal clients while maintaining authenticity and integrity. How your energy with the best strategies will create long-term client relationships.
There will be time for Q & A.
Andrea Perron is the author of the trilogy "House of Darkness House of Light". These books chronicle the life she shared with dead and living alike in a Colonial era farmhouse in Harrisville, R.I. The Perron family purchased the farmhouse in 1970 and spent the next ten years discovering that good and evil are in a perpetual state of war and there is something beyond our mortal existence. Born in 1958, at the age of twelve her parents purchased the Arnold Estate, beginning an incredible journey beyond the realm of reality as most perceive it to be. A collective memoir, it details the encounters experienced by each and every member of her family. Seven mere mortals spent a decade exploring the vast expanse of possibilities which exist beyond the five senses, employing the sixth for clarity. Andrea received an interdisciplinary degree in English & philosophy from Chatham College in 1980 and two weeks later, left the farm with her family, moving to Georgia in June of that year. She has since owned two businesses and spent nearly a decade as a counselor before abandoning her career to tell this story, to write the books she believes she was destined to write. She lives quietly with her mother in rural Georgia where she continues her work, as the final manuscript is poised for publication in October 2013. She is a human rights advocate, an animal rights activist and an outspoken member of the world community which she insists needs to be saved from themselves. Her story on which the film "The Conjuring" was based, was in the investigative case files of Ed and Lorraine Warren. Visit Perron's YouTube channel & website for more information.
Chatham Street, the duo of Christal and Peter Prout will join Open Stage host Michelle Murray on the Open Stage on Wednesday, October 17 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss their upcoming Best of SAW Showcase appearance at the Strathmore Mansion on October 24, and share some of their songs and songwriting insights. Chatham Street are an Original Folk/Rock/Americana married musical duo based in Stephens City, VA. In less than three years that Chatham Street has been in existence, they have won 17 songwriti
Devon Sawa (Final Destination, Idle Hands, Nikita...) & Wes Chatham (The Unit, The Help...) stop by Detroit ConeyDog LA for The Matthew Aaron Show live this Thursday (5/10) afternoon starting at 4:00pm PT. Devon & Wes will discuss the After Dark Action film The Ph
Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting wildlife advocates Peter and Sheila Souza on March 20, 2014 at 1 pm eastern. We will be chatting about how they have used political activism, including civil disobedience, to protect our nation's wildlife and environment.
Peter and Sheila Souza began fighting for wildlife and the environment in approximately 1975. Peter and his group brought about the first land swap between National Park Service Land and Town Land to conserve Wetland habitat with many rare and endangered species. They stopped a road widening project within national park land that would have destroyed hundreds of acres of prime wildlife habitat and also would have destroyed the historical significance of the road. This gained them national media attention, including on CNN. Additionally, they prevented a waste facility plant from being built on land that would have impacted over 40 acres of the largest quaking bog on a sand barrier in the world, a wetland full of endangered species. Today that land is under land conservation trust. They were able to stop a drastic poisoning project being led by USFWS on a national wildlife refuge in Chatham Massachusetts that targeting all seagulls, terns, black crowned night herons, coyotes raccoons even skunks, It was stopped it with peaceful civil disobedience. This got national media attention, including on CNN. They forced the Provincetown to create the first Wetland Management Protection Plan in the State of Massachusetts, as well as to clean up and create filters for all storm drains to protect the harbor and Oceans as well as the Largest Quaking bog on a sand barrier in the world. They have taken children on Wildlife tours and have brought wildlife into the classrooms to educate children on the value of all life and wildlife. T
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian welcomes a Husband & Wife, political power-couple with resumes much too long to include here so you'll have to tune in to hear how this couple has changed the world and their mission is not complete...
-Tracy Lamourie is the President of Lamourie Public Relations. She represents a diverse selection of entertainment and political clients. She’s also a social justice activist with a long history of work on various international and local issues. A seasoned political campaigner with a 20 yr resume of political work. In the 2011 Ontario Provincial Election she was Campaign Mgr for the Provincial NDP in the riding of Chatham-Kent-Exxex. Currenty, Campaign Mgr for Matt Mernaugh, Candidate for Mayor, and is acting as an advisory role for the coming Federal Election for several Candidates across the country.
-Dave Parkinson A well known local personality, is comfortable on both sides of the television camera and radio mic, having been on TV across Canada and the US representing the CCADP which he co founded along with Tracy. He is also a musician, an actor, and an excellent voice over artist, having been called "Canada's Golden Throat" by one client.
Married since 1994, together they have been involved with many causes - they advocated on behalf of Canadians imprisoned abroad, fought against the death penalty, organized actions in support of the LGBT community that made international media, advocate on behalf medical marijuana patients, – and are well known on the international stage for their work in prisoner justice issues, wrongful convictions and fighting the death penalty – as founders and Directors of the Canadian Coalition Against The Death Penalty, which they co-founded in 1998. Their work against the international death penalty was featured in an hour long documentary that aired on Canada's national broadcaster, CBC, in 2003.
The right to participate in democracy through political contributions is
protected by the First Amendment, but that right is not absolute.
Congress may regulate campaign contributions to protect against
corruption or the appearance of corruption.
Chief Justice John Roberts wrote “The problem is that [the aggregate caps] do not serve that function in any meaningful way,”
It is the opinion of many citizen that our elections are out to the highest bidder.
Special guest this evening is Vicki with the Savannah Coffee Party she spearheaded the successful effort to get the City of Savannah and the Chatham County Commission to pass resolutions in support of a Constitutional amendment to clarify that corporations are not people and that money is not speech.
Randall Stufflebeam our Constitutional Evangelist and Chair of the Illinois Constitution Party
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