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  • 00:59

    Danielle Sabrina~What Vibes Your Tribe?

    in Spirituality

    Danielle will talk about how your vibration attracts the tribe of people in your life and business.


     


     


    www.LindsayMarino.com

  • 01:02

    tsuNomination with Danielle Paccione and Bill Bachman - August 25,2015

    in Paranormal

    LIVE tonight on tsuNomination your hosts Danielle Paccione and Bill Bachman bring you on a haunted tour of the Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells, TX!

    The grand Baker Hotel is located on the corner of a one-way westbound street, East Hubbard Street, and NE 1st Street. You can't miss The Baker Hotel building, as it towers above everything else in all its glory. Mineral Wells is just west of Fort Worth.

    This towering, classic, stone brick building, decorated with lovely carvings, is 14 stories high, and was built to last in 1929, by visionary hotel developer, T.B. Baker. Baker came up with the idea of building a massive hotel near a mineral spring, at the cost of $1,250,000.00, which was quite a chunk of change for the time. Known as the Grand Old Lady, her building design was influenced by the Art Deco style, and built by the gifted structural engineer Wyatt Hendrick, modeled after Hendrick's other resort hotel, the Arlington Hotel in Hot Springs, Arkansas. There were three different staircases: One for the well-to-do guests, one for their servants and yet another staircase for those who didn't want to be seen.

    Just because The Baker Hotel is closed to the living, doesn't mean it is empty of activity. It is reported that there are at least 49 spirits who make The Baker Hotel their home. The Baker Hotel was known to be haunted, long before it closed its doors.


     


    Be sure to join the chat at www.incubiincarnate.com/tsunlistenlive!


     


    Don't miss out on Mineral Wells Paracon 2015! Simply go to www.MWP2015.com for tickets and details! Vendor tables are still available!

  • 00:27

    Meet Green Streets - A recycling Story

    in Environment

    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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  • 01:08

    GREEN LEAF NETWORK- GREEN LEAF TALK TIME

    in Entertainment

    HAPPY FRIDAY!


    JOIN US TONIGHT ON GREEN LEAF NETWORK LIVE ON GREEN LEAF TALK TIME. TONIGHT WE ENCOURAGE ALL PRODUCERS - SEND IN YOUR BEATS, ACTORS- SEND IN VIDEOS,POETS- CALL IN AND RECITE YOUR BEST, COMEDIANS - CALL IN DO A 5 MIN SKIT! WE WAITING CALL - 929-477-2453 

  • 01:32

    tsuNomination with Danielle Paccione and Bill Bachman - August 18, 2015

    in Paranormal

    Back after a month long hiatus, Incubi Incarnate Broadcast Network is proud to present TsuNomination LIVE with you hosts Danielle G Paccione and Bill Bachman!

    This week TsuNomination is covering Stull Cemetery 'The Gateway To Hell' in Stull, KS!

    The Stull Cemetery has gained a dubious reputation due to urban legends involving Satan, the occult, and a purported "gateway to Hell". The 1867 stone church on the north side of the cemetery was knocked down in 2002.

    Local police have discouraged curiosity seekers from entering the cemetery, especially on Halloween, and some people have been arrested for trespassing. When the cemetery is closed, trespassing could bring a maximum fine of $1,000 and up to six months in jail.

    The band Urge Overkill released Stull EP in 1992, which features the church and a tombstone from the cemetery on the cover. Films whose plot is based on the legends include Sin-Jin Smyth, Nothing Left to Fear, and Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal. The cemetery is the site of the final confrontation of the Apocalypse in the "Swan Song" episode of season five of the television series Supernatural.

    Be sure to join our interactive chat room on our website on http://www.incubiincarnate.com/tsulistenlive

  • 01:04

    The Green Guy

    in Self Help

    Tune in tonight, the EPA’s definition of a brownfield is a property’s reuse may be complicated by the potential presence of hazardous substances or contaminants, Dan French of Brownfieldlisting .com is helping to market and sell these properties while cleaning up our environment and creating jobs!  Listen to see how you can get in on the next real estate boom and green up our world.   


    Don't miss this show!


    Listen,Learn,Live!

  • 00:28

    Atlanta Beltline - Building community

    in Environment

    Southeast Green will be discussing the most exciting transporation development in the country. Join us as we speak with Jill Johnson, Government Affairs Director.


    Jill Johnson joined ABI as its director of government affairs, a newly created position, in December 2013. In this capacity, Ms. Johnson actively supports ABI at the federal, state and local government levels to ensure and expand funding, regulatory, and political support for the program.  Ms. Johnson has worked for more than a decade with conservation groups in Georgia and across the Southeast.  


    As the President of Live Oak Strategies, LLC, she advocated on behalf of her clients before the state legislature and acted as liaison to legislators, state agencies, and the Governor’s Office on their behalf. She provided help with government and public affairs, public and media relations, strategic planning, and fundraising.


    Previously, Ms. Johnson served as the Political Director for Georgia Conservation Voters where she held elected officials accountable for their votes on key conservation issues and helped elect pro-conservation candidates to office. Before that, she spearheaded efforts on land conservation and advocacy at the Georgia Conservancy.


    Ms. Johnson is a graduate of LEAD Atlanta and the Institute for Georgia Environmental Leadership, and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Tulane University. She is married with one child and enjoys running and participating in triathlons.

  • 01:30

    GREEN LEAF MAGAZINE - GREEN LEAF TALK TIME

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  • 01:06

    GREEN LEAF NETWORK- DJ NIGHT

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  • 01:27

    GREEN LEAF NETWORK- GREEN LEAF NEWS

    in Entertainment

    HAPPY SUNDAY!


    GREEN LEAF NETWORK WELCOMES YOU TO JOIN US LIVE TONIGHT AT 11;00PM EST CALL 929-477-2453


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  • 00:22

    Weed Recede - Thinking beyond plastic

    in Gardening

    Join Southeast Green as we talk to Bob Hawkinson of Weed Recede. Weed Recede solves a common problem of mulching bag waste and allows you to reduce your consumption of materials in your garden. Does this sound too good to be true? Something that elminates waste, reduces consumption of products, protects streams, rivers and oceans, and helps the environment? Listen in to hear how this one simple idea makes everyone's gardening life easier.