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  • 00:38

    Yard crashed, grilled, painted (by Chris Lambton?!) on MyFixitUpLife talk

    in Design

    Yard crashed, grilled, and painted, let's talk MyFixitUpLife.


    Today's guests are the ever-fun HGTV's Chris Lambton and Peyton Wright Lambton, Consumer Report's Mark Allwood, and tech expert Gary from Shur-Line.


    Mark and Theresa are talking tips to paint makeovers, grilling, and landscaping with HGTV's Peyton and Chris Lambton, Consumer Report's Mark Allwood, and Gary from Shur-Line.


    If you are itching to upgrade your grill or want to know how to find the perfect Father's Day gift, Mark Allwood is your go-to guy from Consumer Reports. We're talking tech, outdoor living, and how the experts at Consumer Reports actually test all of those grills. Oh, and Theresa is pretty sure Mark Allwood is from the future. You'll have to listen to find out why.


    The joyful HGTV couple Peyton and Chris Lambton are talking about their whole-house remodel, landscaping, Yard Crashers, Peyton's new radio show that airs weekdays on Cape Cod (and iTunes), crazy hackers which forced Chris to relaunch his website, and Compassionate Care ALS. Chris and Peyton run the Falmouth Road Race race summer to help raise money and awareness for Compassionate Care ALS, which helped his mom and family when they needed it most.


    And we're talking painting tools and tips that will help make your home makeover fantasies come true, with ease and joy from a job well done. If you haven't used Shur-Line's paint can lid, you'll want to add this to your next shopping list. It's the ultimate paint party hat, according to Theresa.


    Wait! We're giving away the custom painting from Chris Lambton. Click here starting 5/12/15 for details.

  • 00:59

    Death Education - Life Transitions with Kate Brown

    in Spirituality

    In this important interview Kate Brown,  Ordained Interfaith Chaplain will explore death education and life transitions. 


    The death of her brother Kevin in 2008 had a profound impact on Kate Brown’s life. Observing her own grief and sense of loss for her only sibling inspired much self-reflection and has provided a clearer path for her desire to serve. 


    As an Ordained Interfaith Chaplain and hospice volunteer, Kate is grateful for the life stories she is privileged to hear. As a group facilitator for The Center for Grieving Children, Kate has helped to hold space for widows, widowers and families to share the ups and downs of their grief process.  


    Kate is a certified Advance Care Planning Facilitator, qualified to help patients and families discuss and document end-of-life decisions. She is inspired to educate and empower individuals and communities about the importance of Advance Care Planning. Kate believes that those very tender conversations about end of life can connect us in the most profound ways and deepen our living relationships. Kate also facilitates a Death Café in Falmouth at the Center for Balanced Living, a wonderful communal event to share stories, make new friends and discuss all matters of death and dying.


    Kate is a trained death care midwife and certified home funeral guide. Her mentor and inspiration is Jerrigrace Lyons, compassionate pioneer and founder of Final Passages, a model project that provides personal and legal guidance to those seeking alternatives to current funeral practices.


    Kate lives in Kennebunk with her husband Michael. 


    http://www.rootedlifeconsulting.com/
     


    Conact her at revkatebrown@gmail.com


     


     

  • 00:31

    To Vaccinate or not To Vaccinate, that is the Question

    in Health

    State Health officials will tell us that unvaccinated children are more susceptible to coming down with whooping cough as of a recent whooping cough outbreak that occurred in Cape Cod area of Massachusetts. But the media, reported differently. CBS Boston stated that all of the children affected by the outbreak were already vaccinated, proving once again that vaccines don't really work. It was reported that approximately 15 children at Falmouth High School came down with the respiratory illness, which is also known as pertussis.  This outbreak caused panic about a corresponding increase in vaccine exemptions.   However as it turned out and as is usually is the case, nobody affected by the outbreak was unvaccinated.  So the issue is really that no matter how the media tries to spin the issue, those who were vaccinated were not protected.  This true story is the reason why you and your family need to tune in and listen to Aging Younger Radio discuss why your family should not be vaccinated.

  • 00:31

    How to Create a Client Focused Organization -

    in Business

    Special guest Larry Frazier, joins BluPrint Radio to participate in dialogue about The Client Focused Organization.  Listen as he highlights and discusses steps, beginning with defining the client-focus end-state, developing a marketing strategy and designing the organization to implement the strategy.


    ABOUT LARRY


    A member of the BluPrint, LLC training and development team, Larry has more than 20 years of domestic and international experience in leadership development, knowledge management, strategic planning, performance management, organizational change and employee development programs.


     He has used his experience in customer relationship management, organizational development, assimilation programs, configuration management, process improvement, business process re-engineering, government contracting, capability maturity models (CMMI) and team facilitation in many capacities during his career and is a certified MBTI (Myers Briggs Type Indicator), DISC and EQi practitioner.


    Larry has a Master of Science Quality Systems Management, M.S.,(Specialization: Change Management and Systems Thinking) The National Graduate School, Falmouth Massachusetts; a Master of Public Administration, M.P.A. Troy University, Troy Alabama; a Bachelor of Arts, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; an Honors Graduate Institute for Ethnic Studies and Race Relations, Defense Equal Opportunity Management Institute (DEOMI) and Study of Organizational Ethics, Georgetown University.


     


     

  • 01:00

    Financial freedom: An Interview with Darren Weeks

    in Finance

    What does it mean to create financial freedom and get what you want out of life? Join me today when I’m having Darren Weeks in the studio. Darren is the founder of Fast Track to Cash Flow, a company that teaches Canadians the principles laid out in the book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” by Robert Kiyosaki. More than 350,000 people have now attended Fast Track events throughout the country.


    Darren has amassed an investment portfolio consisting of over 4,000 rental properties across North America, tens of millions of dollars in energy interests, hundreds of acres of land. He is also the largest individual shareholder in the Port of Falmouth, the world’s largest cruise ship terminal, which is operated by the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines.


    Darren is currently in the process of launching his first book The Art of Raising Capital. He is considered by Robert Kiyosaki to be one of the world’s premier experts on how to raise capital. Learn more on www.fasttracktocashflow.com 

  • 00:31

    Clubhouse Chatter with Norm

    in Sports

    Join Norm as he co-hosts Clubhouse Chatter with Josh Jones. Norms guests will be the Paterson boys Tommy, Joe, and Sam. Tommy is a product of Linfield College and McMinnville (Or) High School played for parts of two seasons in the Phillies farm system. Joe won two NCAA baseball titles with Oregon St. and is currently pitching for the Diamondbacks. And Sam (the youngest) plays at Montana State University (Billings) and played for Falmouth of the Cape Cod League. 

  • 01:06

    Dave McGillivray - The Boston Marathon - Defining Moments

    in Self Help

    Dave McGillivray is the Race Director of the BAA Boston Marathon and has directed many of the country’ most prestigious races such as the 2004 and 2008 US Women’s Olympic Marathon Trials, the TD Bank Beach to Beacon 10K, the Mt. Washington Road Race, the Harvard Pilgrim 10K at Patriot Place, the Run for the Dream in Williamsburg, Va. and now the famous New Balance Falmouth Road Race on Cape Cod. Dave translates his extraordinary life journeys and athletic achievements into life lessons in a motivational presentation entitled “Defining Moments.”  

    That 80-day trek in 1978 across the United States led McGillivrary to a life of pushing himself both mentally and physically.  He addresses audiences with a motivational account about what’s possible if you believe in yourself and your own ability to do the seemingly insurmountable. Dave McGillivray has inspired thousands of people, of all ages and backgrounds, to be their best and to pursue their dreams.

    For more information visit: http://www.dmsesports.com


    Click to Tweet @DMSESports

  • 02:06

    Episode 710: Small Town Tactics & Tools

    in Training

    From tactics and strategies to studies and tools, this class will cover all aspects of firefighting in rural areas, small towns, and small suburbs. If you are on a department that provides coverage to these areas, this show is for you. And if your an urbanite,this show will give you some insight as to how things are done in small towns and rural areas.


    Tonight's guests are Jim Silvernail, author of Suburban Fire Tactics, Mike Shoulders, and Mark Boaz.


    This is the premiere episode of the Chris Willis Radio show.  Chris has been in the fire service for over 12 years and is a firefighter with the Falmouth (KY) fire department.


    Tune in and welcome Chris to the Fire Engineering radio network.

  • 01:06

    Dave McGillivray - What's Percolating Teleconference

    in Sports

    Speaker Topic - Defining Moments


    Dave McGillivray is the Race Director of the BAA Boston Marathon and has directed many of the country’ most prestigious races such as the 2004 and 2008 US Women’s Olympic Marathon Trials, the TD Bank Beach to Beacon 10K, the Mt. Washington Road Race, the Harvard Pilgrim 10K at Patriot Place, the Run for the Dream in Williamsburg, Va. and now the famous New Balance Falmouth Road Race on Cape Cod. Dave translates his extraordinary life journeys and athletic achievements into life lessons in a motivational presentation entitled “Defining Moments.”  

    That 80-day trek in 1978 across the United States led McGillivrary to a life of pushing himself both mentally and physically.  He addresses audiences with a motivational account about what’s possible if you believe in yourself and your own ability to do the seemingly insurmountable. Dave McGillivray has inspired thousands of people, of all ages and backgrounds, to be their best and to pursue their dreams.

    For more information visit: http://www.dmsesports.com


    Click to Tweet @DMSESports

  • 02:17

    Is the Tide Turning in Massachusetts?

    in Environment

    Tune in at 4pm ET -- 4/7/2013 An update from Five project sparking revolt... Falmouth, Hoosac,  Scituate, Kingston, and Fairhaven. With special guest host Virginia Irvine of Wind Wise Massachusetts.  
    Virginia and Harley will talk with the folks on the frontlines!

  • 02:00

    Ask Sue Show Welcomes BJ and Lisa Barretta

    in Television

    Ask Sue is happy to Introduce BJ BARRETTA is an award winning media professional He was born in Philadelphia, February 8th, 1980 and now resides in Washington, D.C. He has many varied accomplishments as a media professional: BJ received his master's degree in television and film production from American University in Washington, D.C.; edited nationally for CBS News; managed an award-winning media team in the federal government; and managed a public access station in Falmouth, Massachusetts. Currently, he is at Discovery Communications. There, BJ just finished up a project producing content for TestTube, Discovery’s first digital network.  He also produced digital content for Shark Week.  His next adventure will be as an associated producer for an Animal Planet Whale Wars digital experience. He is also teaches a film history class at Northern Virginia Community College. To find out more go to asksueshow.blogspot.co.uk or of course join into the show its 10pm UK time, 5pm Est time 2pm Pacific Time. Also we have another show on Monday 9th at 10pm UK time, when Ask Sue interviews RICHARD FELIX YOU CAN CALL IN  on 347 327 9694