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Alex Clermont is a writer born and raised in New York City where he received his BA in English creative writing from Hunter College. Clermont has been a contributing writer to AllHipHop.com, Beyond Race Magazine, Turntable Magazine, and several other publications covering and interviewing independent artists and musicians.
Clermont's fiction has appeared in the anthologies The Bodega Monthly and Every Second Sunday—a collection by authors from around the world. He has also appeared in the online literary journal Foliate Oak, The Other Herald and several other print and online publications.
Clermont's the author of the independently published, Eating Kimchi and Nodding Politely. He has also self-published a short story titled, Missing Rib, which features a 4.5 star rating on Amazon.
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Michelle Cuttino is the “Queen of Plus-Size Fiction,” and serves as a body positive advocate, talk radio host, and motivational speaker. She is President of Big Body Publishing and Big Body Broadcasting. She is a columnist for four publications, and a plus-size lifestyle and publishing industry blogger. Cuttino is the author of Love & Happiness, Love Is Blind, and Me & Mrs. Jones, an eBook series adaptation of her screenplay once optioned with Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Films. Cuttino is also co-author of the erotica anthology, Zane Presents… Cougar Cocktales, under Zane’s Strebor/Simon & Schuster imprint. Read more at MichelleCuttino.com.
Docradio presents Modern Combat Masters every Wednesday night at 9 PM EST. Tonight our special guest is Hanshi Ralph Hernandez. Autobiography of Hanshi Ralph Hernandez Hanshi Ralph Hernandez was only 8 years old when he began taking lesson in Judo. After earning his brown belt, he began training in a martial art from Okinawa called Isshinryu, under the direction of Shihan Dale Jenkins (6 th Dan Black Belt), a 1 th generation student of Master Don Nagle(10 th Dan Black Belt). Hanshi Hernandez is a Second generation of Isshinryu Karate and is the highest ranking Isshinryu instructor in Orlando, Florida. Hanshi Ralph Hernandez has over 53 years of experience in the Martial Arts. He holds the rank of 9 th Dan- Ku Dan with the distinguished title of Hanshi by the Isshinkan Isshin Ryu Karate- Do Kobudo Associate from Santiago, Chile. Hanshi Hernandez has served as a special advisor to the board of director for many, many years. Through his wisdom and leadership skills, the IIKKA has seen growth and recognition as a well-established organization throughout South America and beyond. On August 16, 2014 in Clermont Florida, Hanshi Ralph Hernandez received his Honorary Degree in Doctor of Martial Arts for Karate, Kata and Kumite from the America Martial Arts Council College of Martial Arts. Furthermore, Hanshi Hernandez holds 2 nd Dan in Jujitsu from North Hudson Judo & Jujitsu Academy in New Jersey, a 1st Dan in Shotokan. Hanshi Hernandez is a retired dual certified police and corrections officer in the State of Florida. He also, served as the Defensive Tactics Instructor for the Department of Correction. He is the founder of The American Butokukai Isshin-Shorinji Ryu Alliance, and The American Independent Isshin-do Kai Karate Association in Orlando Florida. He is also an advisor to the American Latin Okinawa Isshinryu Karate Association in Chile Central America.
Celebrating 5 years of great music, interviews and so much more! Sponsored by the Grassroots Music Foundation and featuring Ken Hatley and Jackson Nickels of Catbone Records from Clermont, Florida.
"ITNS Radio" In The Neon Spotlight, the show “By Musicians For Musicians”, bringing you the best Songwriters, Artists and Music Professionals from all over the world! This is the place for great music, interviews by professionals in the music field and a whole lot more!!! Come into the Neon Lights, ITNS Radio!!! DISCLAIMER: Receiving airplay on ITNS Radio is free. All the artist's that we feature or play their music have rights to the music submitted to us. We have various promotions that include our newsletter, website, and social media sites; check them out at www.samwatkinscountry.com.
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's guest is Len Koogler, President of Len Koogler Real Estate. Len will share his perspectives and insights on current HOT business issues in the area of Commercial & Residential Real Estate.
The show streamed live on March 7th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/6074351
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Haqq Dawah Group Presents: Glad Tidings Episode 7 The Six Articles of Faith, with Special Guest Brother Nazim Khan of Clermont Fl. This episode will give the listener a better understanding of the Muslim doctrine. These are the fundamental beliefs which every Muslim must ascribe.
1. Belief in ones of Allah
2 . Belief in the Angels
3. Belief in the Books
4. Belief in Allah's Messengers
5. Belief in the last day
6. Belief in Destiny
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As a young child, K.N.U, and everyone around him, knew that he truly was a different breed. He grew up in mostly small town settings, but moved a lot and ended up staying in Brown County Ohio ages 5-15 for the most part. K.N.U was so different from the rest of the people in his area, that he chose to stay at home and listen to music to escape more often then not. K.N.U listened to Rock&Roll all throughout his childhood. At the age of 15 he moved to Manchester Ky, where he decided to try his hand at both drums and bass guitar. He enjoyed both but decided neither of which suited him best. At the same time of realizing such, he moved back to Brown and Clermont County OH. He went to school like a normal kid, he did work for family friends to support himself financially, when one day he decided he wanted something more out of life, he never had an answer when people would ask what he wanted to be when he grew up, and decided it was time to find an answer. He took off into the world and researched everything he could possibly think of, and the only jobs that interested him were pertaining to art. After trying instruments, tattooing, drawing, painting, and more art, he finally decided those were hobbies rather then careers, at least for him. Then one day, he picked up a pad of paper and a pencil, turned on a beat, and wrote his first "rap song". He recorded a video of him delivering his flow on his phone camera, and uploaded it to "Facebook". The next thing you know, he became known as an artist, and all of his friends and more where asking for more. He then invested in equipment and started a team named "Ride Er Die" with no knowledge of sound quality, business strategies, or any knowledge in the music world whatsoever at that. K.N.U recorded roughly 20 tracks and uploaded them to "youtube"(which are still currently uploaded).
In honor of Jim Beam’s 150th birthday, wei took a trip to Clermont, Kentucky to tour the place where bourbon is born. We visited the Jim Beam distillery and warehouses and got an up close look - and taste - of the bourbon making process.
One of the highlights of the trip was meeting and interviewing Jim Beam Noe - great grandson of Jim Beam. For today’s show we thought we’d play that interview for you. The Stillhouse was a little noisy and our audio quality is rough at times, but if you pour yourself a tall glass of bourbon, plop yourself down in a rocking chair, and give it a listen, you’re going to want to hit the Bourbon Trail and pay tribute to Jim Beam yourself. Cheers!
Here's a link to some more pictures from our visit to Louisville and the distillery in Clermont.
Todays episode will be a Q and A with Brother Nazim Khan from Clermont Fl. We will cover a wide range of questions that are critical for understanding of this wonderful way of life.
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Tonight Kjirsten Gustavson, education director at Clermont State Historic Site, talks about the history of Clermont, the Hudson River seat of New York's politically and socially prominent Livingston Family. Find out how your ancestors lived during the New York manorial land holding days when huge tracts of land were owned by one family and leased out to tenant farmers (including one of my own ancestors).
Bob, a 50-year-old logger in rural Massachusetts with a soft spot for golf and gangsta rap, is struggling to make ends meet in a changed economy. When his beloved cow is wounded and a job goes awry, Bob begins to heed the instincts of his ever-darkening self.
Diego Ongaro, Writer / Director
Diego Ongaro is a French director living in rural western Massachusetts. In 2005, he wrote and directed ME MY BAG and MY BALL, a short film that won the Canal+ Award at the 2006 Clermont Ferrand International Short Film Festival. He has since directed three other short films: RETURN TO LABRADORIA (Clermont Ferrand & Aspen Shortfest 2008), RICE AND MEAT (Winner of Milano Film Fest. 2009 in the section “Short, Yet Good”) and BOB AND THE TREES (Boston Independent Film Fest, Maryland Film Festival).
“Bob” – Bob Tarasuk
Bob Tarasuk was born and raised in Bridgeport, CT. At 19, he married his wonderful wife Susan, and together they have three children and two dogs. Bob holds two degrees: an Associates Degree in computer programing and a Bachelor’s Degree from UConn in Natural Resource Conservation (with minors in fisheries biology and forestry). After living and doing resource management work in New Mexico and The Ozark mountains, Bob moved to The Berkshires where he has lived as a farmer and licensed forester for over 35 years.
“Matt” – Matt Gallagher
After meeting Emily Tarasuk (Bob's daughter) at a mutual friends wedding, Matt Gallagher spent the better part of a decade working with Bob at his farm and in the forests of Western Mass. Matt currently lives on the New Hampshire seacoast with Emily, working as a craft beer brewer and enjoys surfing whenever he can.
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Known for his powerful and dynamic vocal ability as a worship leader, Pastor Christopher has the ability to usher in the presence of God with boldness and fervor. His preaching is humorous, direct, personal, and cuts to the core of real issues. He has an anointing to bring healing to the soul, and encourage you to reach your destiny. Pastor Chris has ministered across the country as well as abroad in South Korea and the Bahamas. His vocal gift has given him a platform on Christian radio and television networks.
To schedule Pastor Chris at your Church, Conference, or Special event call today! 352-321-2930 or visit us online at www.cathedralofpower.org. Or write us at: P.O. Box 120337 Clermont, FL 34712
Gearing down for the Christmas holidays, Nite Callers bring you the last show of the year. Continuing the series of the North American Sasquatch Researcher, we welcome good friend and veteren Bigfoot researcher Pat Rance.
What started out as an elusive hobby for Pat Rance has virtually turned into an obsession to hunt the elusive Bigfoot that has been sighted in the Green Swamp of Florida at least 10 or more times in the last several years. Pat Rance actually came face to face with the creature in a dramatic night time encounter in Sumter County. In April 2006, along with three other researchers, Pat set up camp in the swamp southwest of Clermont. Having seen foot prints in the area as large as 18 inches long and 9 inches wide, they baited the campsite with a box of pancakes covered in syrup. When they later found more tracks and the pancakes were eaten, they knew they were in the right spot. " It was nighttime and I was returning to the main camp with a friend." Pat recalls. " We heard sudden movement in the trail immediately in front of us and I looked up to see a large creature jump off to the side of the trail.It was about 30 feet away and with my flashlight shining on it I could see this round head and massive shoulders above the tops of the palmettos. I went to raise my night vision glasses to my eyes and the creature jumped back onto the trail and quickly ran ahead of us and disappeared into the night. As we passed the spot where he'd been standing, I could smell maple syrup. I was totally awestruck. It happened soi fast I really didn't have time to be scared. I was surprised and elated at the same time. It was so satifying to finally see the creature I had been hearing about and hunting." To hear this story and other experiences from Pat Rance, be sure to tune in tonight for a celebration of Christmas and some really amazing stories.