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John Boyd, Principal at The Boyd Company, has used the words "second war among the states" as a comparison for the competition that’s currently heating up among cities in the US that are seeking to be your datacenter hosts of choice. We’ll discuss this present-day "war" with Boyd and get his perspectives on who’s winning and why.
Michael Nutter is the 2nd term Mayor of Philadelphia, the nation's 5th largest city. In the course of his time in office, Philadelphia saw its first increase in population since 1950, indicating a new influx of residents to the City of Brotherly Love. Mayor Nutter has been lauded for several specific strategic focuses, including a strong drive for sustainability, laying the conditions for technological innovation through open government and data sharing, and a serious effort to reduce crime and sharply reduce the frequency of black on black violence.
In this episode of Cities at Work, we will discuss a few key elements of Philadelphia's last few years of evolution.
We stand in the gap for cities and ask God for revivial and peace for our cities.
Join host Tim Maile as he welcomes two special guests to the show! In the first hour Todd Arnold, Lead Investigator for Fox Cities Paranormal Team joins the show. Todd will talk about his time as a paranormal investigator and his thoughts on the field itself, the team, and his role on Hunt This! In the second hour Christina George joins the show and she will talk about all of her experience in the field and also about her radio show, Paranormal Connections!
Join Tim Maile as he welcomes 2 incredible guests to Fox Cities Paranormal Radio! In the first hour Stephanie Bingham joins the show to discuss her psychic gift and her appearance on Syfy's School Spirits! In hour two David Rountree joins the show to talk about the scientific side of paranormal investigating and also his experiences on the new hit show Ghost Stalkers!
Tune in for Fox Cities Paranormal Radio this Tuesday as Tim welcomes Paranormal Researcher, author, and radio host Rick Hale to discuss the paranormal and undoubtedly how we can improve the field. In the second hour Tim welcomes good friend psychic/medium John Cassidy! Tim and John will talk about John's gift, his work in the field, upcoming events, and Little Traverse Bay Parafest! This will be a can't miss show!!!
Join Andrew Aloha “Live” with Jessica (Arael) Marrocco in “Green Stories For Green Cities”
FriNite, 16 November 2014
From 7 – 8:30pm AZT
A Spiritual Image Production’s Event
This book is a collection of short stories and poems about our environment and is written for children of all ages. Imagine reading about talking trees, a mystical unicorn that teaches us to care for the planet, an uncle who teaches his nephew to create fun games, a child from the future who lives in a green home, a loving sunflower, and so much more. There is a fun story here for everyone! Join our family of friends while learning about how we can make Earth a healthier and happier place to call home.....for more on this story go to http://www.spiritualimageproductions.com/Andrew_Aloha_Live.html
For more on “Green Stories For Green Cities” & Jessica (Arael) Marrocco go to http://readingsbyarael.com
Intro music, “This Change Is Going to Do Me Good”, by David Young @ http://www.davidyoungmusic.com
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WEEKLY WORLD TRANSMISSION MEDITATION GROUP, WedNites, 7 – 9 pm (AZT)
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Join Tim as he talks with Aimee Dunn in the first hour about Essential Paranormal Society and the big event coming up this weekend, A Paranormal Reality Experience in Ocala, FL! Aimee will be leading one of the investigations this weekend! In the second hour Tim welcomes a good friend, Keith Age to the program. Tim and Keith will talk about LGHS, share stories, and maybe we even can get a few hints about a possible Mid South Paranormal Convention returning this year??? You don't want to miss it!
in Self Help
A Story by: Eunice Schaefer
When Eunice Schaefer moved back to the village after more than a decade of city living, relatives often appeared at her doorstep with food. They had caught extra fish or killed extra birds, they would say. Did she want some?
These members of her extended family, some of whom she barely knew, didn't really have food to spare, she understood.
"Moving from Anchorage to a village, or any city to a village, you're used to things not costing as much. It's harder to budget. And you know my pride kept me from asking for help when we first got here," said Schaefer, a 32-year-old mother of seven.
"I'd rather go without and a lot people knew that. They'd just bring things over," she said.
I met Schaefer in late September at the Kwethluk Native Store, where she works as a clerk. As her young family toughens to life on the Lower Kuskokwim River, they are among the hundreds of Alaskans who have moved from Anchorage to villages in the past two years, many trading city "luxuries" like indoor plumbing and big box stores for the backyard salmon streams and berry fields of Bush Alaska.
An exodus of villagers to Alaska cities -- an urban migration -- grabbed headlines over the past decade. But the river flows both ways as many rural residents return to hometowns across the state.
May 8, 2014 – City transportation, policy & the psychology of urban life. A regular contributor to The Atlantic and Fast Company, Eric Jaffe writes about cities, transportation, history and behavioral science. The author of A Curious Madness An American Combat Psychiatrist, a Japanese War Crimes Suspect, and an Unsolved Mystery from World War II (2014) and The King's Best Highway (2010). Follow @e_jaffe on Twitter.
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