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The Commuters might hail from New York, but their kinetic, personally revealing anthems capture an alt-rock essence that aspires toward worldwide appeal. Their debut album Rescue was released in mid-2012. The video for the first single “As I Make My Way” was added to mtvU’s rotation and received extensive airplay at college radio stations throughout the US.
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The Commuters might hail from New York, but their kinetic, personally revealing anthems capture an alt-rock essence that aspires toward worldwide appeal. Their commercial debut (As I Make My Way – EP) was released at the end of August, and is comprised of 4 songs — “As I Make My Way,” “Bombs Away,” “Fallen From Grace,” and “You’ll Stay Right Here” — all from their upcoming album, Rescue, due out in early 2012. Their video for “As I Make My Way” was added to mtvU’s rotation in early October and they have received extensive airplay at college radio stations throughout the US.
Bob Mionske joins us tonight to discuss current issues facing cyclists and will field your questions. He is a nationally-known cycling lawyer and advocate for the rights of cyclists. A former U.S. Olympic and pro cyclist, Bob amassed a record of over 100 wins during his racing career. Bob represented the United States in the 1988 games in Seoul, South Korea, where he made the winning break in the men’s Individual Road Race, finishing in fourth place. In 1990, Bob was the U.S. National Champion in the Men’s road race. Bob again made the United States Olympic team for the 1992 games in Barcelona, Spain, assisting teammate Lance Armstrong to a fourteenth-place finish. Bob turned pro after the 1992 games, racing for Team Saturn for one season, and then retired to become director of the team for 1993.
At the end of that season, Bob left pro cycling behind and headed off to law school. After passing the bar exam, Bob set up the first bicycle law practice in the nation representating professional racers and defending the legal rights of weekend warriors, commuters, and messengers. Bob also began writing his internationally accaimed bicycle law column, Legally Speaking, featured on VeloNews.com. Bob's perspective on bicycle law and the rights of cyclists has also been featured in national magazines, including Esquire, Bicycling, and Outside.
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Hour one: Elio Motors. Elio Motors was founded in 2008 by Mr. Paul Elio. The mission and desire of the project was to provide affordable transportation to those commuters seeking an alternative to the days offerings. For those families with mini-vans or SUV's, Elio provides an efficient and economical way to get to and from work. Here are the current specs for an Elio car:
84 MPG Highway
Engineered to the highest safety standard
Hour two: Craig and Charles do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
Join us on Record Talk Radio at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 8 when our topic will be the much reviled and often parodied Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City.
Our guests will be Record reporters Christopher Maag, who covers transportation for the paper and John Cichowski, whose "Road Warrior" column covers all things commuting.
Maag will talk about his story "Bus Terminal Blues" on the run-down conditions at the mid-town terminal and the debate over how to renovate or replace the facility
Cichowski will talk about his whimsical column on the statue outside the terminal that memorializes Ralph Kramden, the fictional bus driver from the classic television comedy "The Honeymooners."
If you have a question or a comment for either one of them, feel free to send it along to me at email@example.com.
The Star Chamber show brings you a very unique and fun episode this Wednesday night at 9pm EST!
We have the return of the amazing Jorie of Jorie Loves a story. We will also be featuring Rosy, founder of of Books on the Subway. The show is going to talk about Books on the Subway, as well as Books on the Underground London, two organizations that bring reading to New York City and London passengers!
About Rosy of Books on the Subway in her own words: I've been living in New York for around one year when I found out about Books On The Underground, thanks to Facebook. I saw an article about Hollie and BOTU when it hit me right there: I need to do this in NY. I think I thought about it for 5 minutes before I decided that I'm going to do it. I reached out to Hollie who was amazing and supportive; we did the NYC stickers together. Why did I decide to do it? I have a 40 minute commute to work everyday, and that's nothing compared to some other commuters who have even longer commutes. Looking at people in the early morning is the most depressing thing ever. It's like their eyes are lifeless. They stare into space as they cruise from stop to stop. Why not give these people something to look forward to when they get onto the train? Why not pass the time enriching their brain instead of bobbing their head along with the train movement. That's why I decided to expand BOTU to BOTS. And I haven't regretted my decision for one bit. What's BOTS? It's a public library on the go! Find a book, take it, read it and when you're done with it, put it back on the train for someone else to enjoy! All books are marked with the BOTS sticker and encourage people to tweet & follow the blog.
Tune in this Wednesday night!
Join Book Club Girl of the blog http://bookclubgirl.com as she welcomes Emily Gray Tedrowe to discuss her debut novel, COMMUTERS. At seventy-eight, Winnie Easton has finally found love again with Jerry Trevis, a wealthy Chicago businessman who has moved to the small, upstate town of Hartfield, New York, to begin his life anew. But their decision to buy one of the town's biggest houses ignites anger and skepticism—as children and grandchildren take drastic actions to secure their own futures and endangered inheritances. With so much riding on Jerry's wealth, a decline in his physical health forces hard decisions on the family, renewing old loyalties while creating surprising alliances.
A powerfully moving novel told from alternating perspectives, Commuters is an intensely human story of lives profoundly changed by the repercussions of one marriage, and by the complex intertwining of love, money, and family.
"Tedrowe explores the reconfigurations of a family and the strange alliances that can occur between young and old, love and work. And she writes brilliantly about money…. A deeply satisfying debut." —Margot Livesey, author of The House on Fortune Street
“A poignant meditation on desire, heartrending loss, and dreams deferred.” —Robin Antalek, author of The Summer We Fell Apart
Hello...I've got two great guests for you this week Dave Asprey calls himself a bio hacker. This "Bulletprood Executive" spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to discover via science out what foods would make his body strong and his mind sharp. What he found may have you eating more fat and getting thinner. I find myself mixing coconut oil in my tea while my husband mixes butter in his coffee!
Deb Carlin Polhill offers healing advice from the heart and soul in her book Love Honor Celebrate. After experiencing a great loss, she teaches how moving forward with the spirit of the one we love is far great than just "moving on"
Here in the Hudson Valley, this was a difficult week. We lost 4 commuters on a Metro North train derailment. Deb's words and ways bring comfort and healing.
According to a recent survey by AT&T, almost half of commuters reported texting while driving. Some of them could be your employees ... or even you! Join this week's guests, AT&T Missouri President John Sondag, and HR specialist Belinda Waggoner, as they discuss "It Can Wait," a new public awareness campaign designed to discourage distracted driving—and why it matters to your small business. Belinda will also discuss the steps business owners can take to prevent texting and driving disasters when employees are driving on the job.
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THURSDAY night @ 8 EST Scott Cluthe talks with author Peter David Shapiro about his new book, Ghosts on the Red Line. www.ghostsontheredline.com Peter David Shapiro was born in Montreal, Canada. After graduating from college, he carried a Hermes Baby typewriter to Europe to get started on his first novel. He arrived with his typewriter in Torremolinos, Spain, a coastal resort town, where he began in his tiny beachside hotel room to put words on paper. Not so easy to do, he discovered. Putting aside his dream of writing novels, he shipped his typewriter back home.
Later, however, after seeing the world as a management consultant at one of the premier consulting firms, he returned to the task. By then, he’d moved to the Boston area and become a frequent rider on Boston’s Red Line subway trains, where commuters see their Departed in his first novel GHOSTS ON THE RED LINE.
By then, also, he’d spent time in fascinating Hong Kong, where a story of intrigue and revenge unfolds as told in THE TRAIL OF MONEY. Both novels feature as a main protagonist Harry Forrest West, by amazing coincidence also a management consultant. Currently he’s working on his third novel, which has something to do with psychics, and practicing his flute.
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