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Can green enterprise revitalize America’s most distressed communities? Meet entrepreneur Tyrone Mullins and his peers in low-income urban neighborhoods who tell their stories, speak the truth about waste, and mobilize many thousands of residents to recycle and compost for the first time. By showing documentary stories and organizing discussions with property managers, community leaders, public officials and policy makers, our work secures contracts and creates jobs, reducing landfill waste by 50%. Each Green Streets worker recycles approximately 20,000 gallons of waste per month, and becomes a steward of his or her community.
In neighborhoods plagued by drugs and turf conflicts, enterprising young men and women who used to think they were unemployable are becoming beacons of hope.
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Riding season is here. It is time to see and be seen. Glenn Stasky of Clearwater Lights joins us to inform and educate about what is required to accomplish both in a power smart way.
Jonathan Green, co-host of the Speedcity Broadcast and CBS Sports anchor for MotoAmerica joins us to discuss his radio show and his thoughts following the first two rounds of the new MotoAmerica series.
Danielle Teal, co-host of the Next Moto Champion show and road racing afficienado will be onboard to catch us up on all the things happening in her world.
Talking Motorcycles was selected by BlogTalkRadio to be a test model for a new HIFI sound package in our studio. We are looking forward to hearing the improvement in sound quality in our voices and music.
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Special thanks: Crosley Radio, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Bell Racing USA, Dunlop, Motorcycle-Superstore.com, KymcoUSA and NextMotoChampion.com!
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LIVE on the broadcast PREMIERE of TsuNomination, your hosts Bill Bachman and Danielle G Monferrato, explore the stories from the weird to the absurd and the strange to unbelievable, cover the stories that beg investigation, discussion, ridicule, and even some that can be defended. From news old and new, they shed light on the most popular weird news to the most obscure stories in print.
Join Bill and Danielle as they discuss, argue, debate, agree and even laugh at some of the strangest topics in existence. What is your favorite topic?
Feel free to join us and give us your tsuNomination in our interactive chat room on our website at http://www.incubiincarnate.com/tsunlistenlive and follow tsuNomination on Twitter @tsuNomination!
Hey Everyone!! The Danielle Forbes Show is back! February 2015 as promised and it is here to stay and will be better than ever!
I have missed my fans so much that I have decided to dedicate this entire show to you!! I want to hear from all of my fans and follower!! I want to hear your show ideas, your questions your, requests or whatever is on you mind!
I am so excited about to tonights show and talking to all of you, that I can just scream!
So Please, share my excitement and tune into The Danielle Forbes Show, Tonight! Live @ 6:30 pm EST!
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Hey Fans of The Danielle Forbes Show!! Join Danielle tonight for another Great Show!! Listen in Live as Danielle discuss Finding Yourself...Finding Your Center.... Being The Best You that You can possibly be!
Also joining Danielle tonight on the show is Ms. Ebony Pharr, founder of Models in Color...Listen as Ebony tells us more about her newly found venture and this wonderful journey she is on to enlighten women and men of all ethnicities that have ever considered a career in modeling.
So please join us tonight @6:30 pm EST for a fantastic Live Show...LIVE Calls, Questions and Comments will be taken on air.... call 347-826-7526 to ask a live question, or to just listen to the LIVE Show!
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Tune in tonight, The LifeCycle Building Center, the Atlanta non-profit that repurposes building materials while diverting them from landfills and has a retail outlet whose proceeds go to funding community outreach all in the name of green building products. Listen to how this grass roots organization is making a difference in the environment and neighborhoods.
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Source Nation! Join us tonight, starting at 6 for MaleBoxx Sundays.
6:15 Debrah Mathis
Join us for, It's Your Time: Personal Development with Dr Jackson as Dr. Jackson welcomes back, Debrah Mathis to discuss, Coaching Clients Through Personal Crisis (Charleston, Ferguson, New York, Cleveland).
7:15 Danielle Kumani
Danielle Kumani is the CEO and founder of Afrocentric SoulMates as she created the 1st African-Centered social network and dating site with optional life coaching services. Her plight to this vision was based on her own personal struggles in connecting with others online with a cultural focus. Much to her surprise she noticed the growth of the site with men and women who were in search of the same connection. She currently operate a meet up group called Afrocentric Social & Singles and travels around the U.S. to spread the word of her newly niche site. Kumani has over 10 years of customer service skills from working at Emerson Climate Retail Solutions as a Monitoring Technician. Kumani is a mother of 1 and stays active in community by helping others with their love lives and personal development.
Call in and be a part of the conversations at, 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
Young singer-songwriter Danielle Marie from Cardiff Echoes, Alberta has always had a passion for music. She participated in early music programs and continued with music/band in school until 2011, when she decided to seriously pursue a music career.
Heavily influenced by contemporary artists like Ed Sheeran and Adele, Danielle released her first EP in July 2013. While the folk/alt-folk offering attracted much attention – and even hit the #1 local spot on ReverbNation – she was convinced that musically, there was more. A month later, she headed to Nashville with 5 songs in hand, and recorded a full album, ‘More Than Just A Girl’, and shot her first music video.
Danielle's new single "What You Can't Have" is being released April 14th.
Even the title of his latest album "India, Seattle" (released April 14th) feels like a story on it’s own. Victoria’s Mike Edel couldn’t have named his sophomore release more poetically.
Part of growing a little bit older, a little bit wiser is the awareness that comes inside growing spaces. Nearing thirty, on the exhaust of a brutal four year touring schedule, Mike settled inside these spaces to create his finest work yet. There’s something about the way he presents personal experiences in a way that project universal understandings. Love and beauty, pain and confusion, the knowledge that all precious things are only precious because they can be lost. It feels a little bit like growing up - like the moment when everything that felt so close as a young person is all of a sudden so far away. It’s the comfort in finding that you aren’t alone.
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Join Angela Lauria of The Author Incubator as she interviews Danielle M. Miller on the publishing of her book, Smatrypants Branding: The Ultimate Guide for Women Entrepreneurs to Getting Recognized, Being Remembered, and Making More Money in Business.
People have vouched for Danielle's book, saying, among other things, that it allows them to understand that their branding is not a one-time activity and that it can change in time as it evolves. It helps the readers to discover and to own their true brand essence. When asked what it means to be a smatrypants in terms of knowing yourself and your business, she explained that "someone who is a Smartypants at branding herself knows everything about herself, and isn’t afraid to bring all the best she has to the table. It’s about honing in on authentic (real) self and expressing _that_ as your ‘brand’.”
Read more and get the transcript here: Danielle M. Miller on The Author Incubator