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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 e
"It is important for cities to realize that this [broadband] is the way forward and, if used correctly, it can have a lasting impact on their economic, environmental and special development," says Julia Pulidindi, National League of Cities Senior Associate in their City Solutions and Applied Research Department.
Pulidindi joins Gigabit Nation to present steps that communities should take to get constituents on the same page and moving forward to getting better broadband. She highlights creative ideas that have enabled communities to build highspeed Internet infrastructure, and drive various constituents to use the networks.
Pulidindi gives listeners insights to the type of national broadband policy issues that the NLC is advocating for in D.C., and invites comments from the audience on these issues. NLC also has state affiliates, we explore how these provide cities and towns with valuable access to information and communication channels that can help local broadband efforts.
The setting is Medtronic Twin Cities Marathon which starts in Minneapolis and ends at the Capitol building in St. Paul. Joe takes you to the expo, then all 26.2 miles as he runs and broadcasts from this first class race. At the expo we'll meet a runner who has never run more than 10 miles, a woman who was at the finish line when bomb #1 went off in Boston and a race director from another race who used a clever trick to get runners to come to his booth. During the race you'll hear from a single woman looking for a guy, a neighbor who won't let Joe use her bathroom, a runner who only track calories lost, not miles run, Joe gets into it with a woman with an offensive sign, you'll meet a runner coming back after a stroke, hear from a woman overcome by emotion at mile 22 and a special treat in the post race, plus much, much more.
Join hosts La Juana Whitmore and Jocelyn Bessard as we talk about Black Love in the Twin Cities...is it dead and gone? What's really going on between our Black brothers and sisters in the Twin?
This is it...the SEX SHOW. This is a SPECIAL EDITION of Black Twin Cities Radio and we're gonna talk ALL ABOUT SEX. Sex toys, sex positions, sexual relationships...just SEX! Join La Juana Whitmore and co-host Jocelyn Bessard as we delve DEEP into the topic of SEX. Our special guest will be Takinah aka the "Lots of Love Lady".
The opening song is "All Night Long" by the Mary Jane Girls. Available on iTunes and Amazon.com
Join hosts La Juana Whitmore and Jocelyn Bessard on the Black Twin Cities Small Business Forum!
This show features Bobbie Miller from Golden Key Entertainment and Leah Bobo from Simply Lavish Bath Company.
These ladies are doing it big in the Twin Cities! Listen and find out what they're up to and how they're accomplishing their goals.
Good Morning and welcome to the Seriouside of the jrilshow. We will be discussing the following topics this morning:
1. GOVERNMENT SHOWDOWN LOOMS: The GOP voted late Saturday to fund the government BUT delay funding Obamacare for year...what a joke!!
2. PRESIDENT CLINTON 2.0?: With 2016 not that far down the road, is America ready for another President Clinton?
3. AMERICA'S MOST DANGEROUS CITIES: Some of America's most famous cities are under seige, is it time for a military intervention
This week on Discovering the Truth with Dan Duval we will be delving into a subject that is one of the most undiscussed subjects there is. This is the subject of water spirits and underwater cities. Sound strange? There is no question that even the suggestion that there is some relevance to these subjects is disconcerting. However, after listening to this program you will have concrete information, cross-references, and leads to bring this subject into the realm of realistic conversation. On the journey to the truth, there are things we must begin to understand that will force us to stretch our worldviews in a considerable way. This is one of those things. Don't miss this legendary episode of Discovering the Truth with Dan Duval!
We all know that politicians play fast and loose with the truth -- when running for office to get our vote, once they get into office in order to stay there -- whenever it is expedient to do so. The general public has become apathetic about politics and elections and one major reason is because of this. They lie. Citizens and elected officials are losing local control in some American cities. Why? One organization encouraging this is "ICLEI" (once called International Council of Local Environmental Initiatives). The overall, yet stealth, ICLEI agenda is to shift transportation, land use and other decisions to unelected staff, and to county or higher level bureaucrats. The global cabal of U.N. Agenda 21 is behind global warming, regionalism, zoning, land and water use control, wealth redistribution, weakening and eventual replacement of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency, global warming, cap and trade, Smart Grid, Smart Meters, carbon taxes, high gasoline prices, global citizens, IB World Schools, Common Core nationalized education standards, biofuels, Marxist advancement across the globe, food control, water access control via the Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST), gun control, health control, the Arab Spring/Winter, unchecked illegal immigration, and they are unstoppable They’ve had 100 years of preparation ahead of us. Their effort is bearing fruit on every facet of our lives and around the globe. I am certainly not advocating surrender, freedom is worth fighting for, and we are the last bastion of freedom in America. If America goes, so does the rest of the world. Other nations want us to fight because they’ve given up.
In honor of National Physical Therapy Month, the American Physical Therapy Association partnered with Huff/Post50 to determine the “Top 10 Fittest Baby Boomer Cities in America.” Our local area (Washington, D.C.) has been named #7 on the list of fittest Baby Boomer cities. This show, Dr. Polis will discuss the findings of this survey and what it means for local DC residents (not just Boomers). We'll also talk about local activities you can do to keep yourself active all year long. Currently not taking calls - listen only mode.
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Andrew C. Burr, LEED AP, is Director of Building Energy Performance Policy at the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) in Washington, DC. IMT advises state and local governments on the design and implementation of building performance policies. Andrew researches best practices as well as the economic benefits and job creation impacts of these policies.
Seven cities and two states have adopted energy rating and disclosure laws. While all of them require building owners to track their properties' energy use, the laws vary regarding the size and type of buildings they affect; whether the energy use data must be disclosed publicly, or just to potential tenants or buyers; and other factors. We will discuss with Andrew Burr the ongoing progress of these and other policies geared to making buildings more energy efficient and therefore more valuable.
Barry Brisk first appeared in public at the age of 14 when he conducted selections from “South Pacific” at his graduation from Webster Jr. High School in West Los Angeles.
As a student he also conducted the orchestra at University High school in WLA, at Mount St. Mary’s College, and at the University of Music in Vienna (formerly Academy of Music), where he studied with the prominent conductor/teacher Hans Swarowsky.
Professionally Brisk has conducted many orchestras in Southern California, as well as Mexico and Austria.
Music Director of the Beach Cities Symphony since 1994, Brisk is particularly proud of having expanded the orchestra’s repertoire.
In his first 14 years he has repeated only one composition. He has conducted 173 works by 75 composers, eleven of whom are living.
Looking forward to the 60th anniversary season of the orchestra next year, the orchestra has commissioned Maestro Brisk to compose a piece to be performed on the Jan. 2010 concert.
Maestro Brisk’s wife Cathy is an internationally recognized expert on ancient Greek coins.
Their son Philip is doing postdoctoral work in computer science at the Polytechnic School in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Philip’s wife Marilyn will receive her master’s degree in political science from the University of Lausanne in June 2009.
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