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Join Vanessa and Sabrina as they bring you Episode 53 of WMMA Jam Live, produced by Jay General! Here at WMMA Jam Live, we believe in doing everything big, and what better way to do that than by bringing you the latest news in the WMMA world. Today Vanessa and Sabrina will be joined by Fallon Fox. We’ve got all this and more coming up on today’s special Saturday edition of WMMA Jam Live.
Tammy Fallon, Founder, Tammy Golson Events
With teams in Massachusetts and New York, Tammy Golson Events cater to clients planning milestone events that celebrate their love and lives while thoughtfully acknowledging their relationships with family and friends. With priority placed on culture, quality food, the overall aesthetic and the personalized details, Tammy Golson Events is inspired by incorporating their clients' stories into the design of their weddings and events.
Tammy Golson Fallon combines her Midwestern values with an East Coast edge to bring sincerity and style to every event. Tammy specializes in planning weddings for jet-setting urbanites that are excited to celebrate their story. Tammy does this in thoughtful, creative, delicious and innovative ways. Tammy is known for her track record of providing a high level of personalized service for clients who appreciate her practical values, and her skillful way of sensibly managing their investments. She has been featured in New York Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, The Knot and 100 Layer Cake. Tammy has a degree in hospitality and tourism management from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She flexed her epicurean muscles when she created a culinary program at a castle in Scotland. Tammy has planned events for many prominent organizations including The New York Times, The Penn Club of NY and Lincoln Center. While Tammy thrives on the energy of life in the city and adores the endless gastronomic possibilities that come with it, she is happy to share her vitality and sophistication with couples everywhere.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Fallon Brewster to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss not just her love of words and what it's been like to share it with the world but how she has used her own life lessons to inspire others.
ENVISION THIS: Pilgrimages that connect with people and the land in a way that makes our interaction more personal, more meaningful, more spiritual.
In 2014, Ed Fallon helped lead a core group of 35 climate activists on a 3,000-mile journey from Los Angeles, CA to Washington, DC. Ed walked every step of the way to share the experience and help empower people to take climate action NOW! He has been called “The hardest working man out of politics.”
In March 2015 he will walk again, this time the Iowa stretch of the proposed Bakken Oil Pipeline, roughly 400-miles, holding public meetings to listen to area residents’ concerns about the proposed pipeline and share his own concerns about climate change, water quality and eminent domain. “People need to understand the seriousness of the climate crisis,” says Fallon.
Asked why he chose to walk the pipeline route, not simply drive it, Fallon says: “Walking puts you in touch with life and with people in a way that driving doesn’t. I want to touch the soil that would be damaged. I want to feel running through my fingers the water that might inevitably be contaminated. For me...this is a pilgrimage of sorts, a chance to connect with people and the land in a way that makes our interaction more personal, more meaningful, more spiritual."
Ed's presentation involves three parts: 1. Recounting the hardships, challenges and huge logistical obstacles of moving a large group of people on foot coast-to-coast. 2. Introducing us to some of the people he meets along the way - people impacted by the climate crisis, and people creating more sustainable ways to live in the New Climate Era. 3. Encouraging us to make changes in our personal lives, to lobby local and federal political and business leaders, and to become active in a local organization working on climate change.
Tune in this Monday for episode 2 of Everything Transgender Related as I speak with Mix Martial Arts Female Fighter Fallon Fox. The main topic will be the 2015 trans100. We will talk, laugh and possibly cry. You will not want to miss this special show. This show might go over an hour, so I set it for 90 minutes, however we will probably end sooner.
Today Fallon Aurielle will fly through to Bling the Airwaves with me!!!! Fallon is a Celebrity Fashion Stylist from the Midwest who has very exquisite taste and style! She's known as the Go-To-Person to style entertainers from Comediannes to Nascar Drivers. Tune in to hear our interview as she do her Blingy Check in with me, which is a follow up from our very 1st interview to find out who she's styling and profiling today!
All month, Bling Radio will celebrate women of excellence in media, business and more! If you are a woman in business or would like to submit an interview request for someone you know, send a email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fallon Fox is the first openly transgender female to compete in the MMA. Fallon Fox is a professional Mixed Martial Arts Fighter specializing in the art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, Wrestling, and Muay Thai. She began training in 2008 and currently has a record of 5-1-0.
Fallon was born in the city of Toledo, Ohio Fallon Fox grew up the middle child of three children. Growing up in a neighborhood that she considered hostile, she sought out a means to defend herself. She joined her high school wrestling team her senior year in order to get into shape and have a base for self defence.
In 1996 Fallon joined the United States Navy as an Operations Specialist, served honorably for four years, and ended her service as an Operations Specialist second class.
After serving, she went on to study at the University of Toledo. During this time Fallon began to research transgender identity in order to better understand herself. Fallon struggled with being comfortable with the body she had at the time as she had the unfortunate disposition of being born male. Fallon physically transitioned from male to female in 2006, finally matching up her inner identity with her physical form.
In 2008, Fallon Fox bagan traing jiu jitsu in order to get back in shape and find a way to defend herself physically. In this process she found empowerment in her new body and gained a passion for jiu jitsu and Mixed Martial Arts. She went on to study Muay Thai and Mixed Martial arts.
To learn more about Fallon Fox please check out her website at http://www.fallonfox.com.
Lee Hernly talks to Scott Fallon, a local musician in the Alexandria, Virginia area who helped put together the recent Live Music Week in Alexandria, gives us his thought on the 10 day event and how it can be improved in 2016.
Scott Fallon is an Alexandria, VA, native and has been a performing musician for over 25 years and he performs weekly around Alexandria.
Lee Hernly also talks to Claire Mouldeaux, Director of Communications for Visit Alexandria, about the upcoming Summer Restaurant Week in Alexandria, Virginia which is occurring August 21-30, 2015.
We will recap this weekend's action, and Mario makes his response rap debut lol.
Unbeaten lightweight Saul “Neno” Rodriguez (18-0-1, 13 KOs), of Riverside, California, hammered out an eight round unanimous decision against Ramsey Luna (12-4, 5 KOs), of Corpus Christi, Texas, on Saturday night at the Churchill County Fairgrounds in Fallon, Nevada. Good action fight. The Robert Garcia-trained Rodriguez won by scores of 79-73, 78-74, 80-72.
Unbeaten super bantamweight Victor Pasillas (11-0, 4 KOs) from East Los Angeles, scored a third round TKO over Andres Tapia (8-5-2, 2 KOs) of Mexicali, Mexico, in an eight-rounder. Southpaw Pasillas dropped Tapia in round one. He then battered Tapia to a knee in round three. Tapia was kept on his stool after round three.
The 23-year-old brother of legendary world champion Erik Morales went down 97-93 on two scorecards, whilst a third judge gave ‘El Terrible II’ a draw - which wasn’t enough to keep the southpaw’s unbeaten run intact.
Morales had previously gone 28-0 and looked to be on the fast track to a world title shot, although will have to rethink his plans following a gutsy display by Jimenez - who improved his record to 20-11-2 and may have earned a high-profile rematch.
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