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- This ridiculous #fightfor15 thing is taking off. How will raging the wage affect you. We discuss
- DC made the list of snobbiest cities
- A gargoyle killed a woman
- Fantasy Football
- Beer of the Week?
Riverside is one hip city. In fact it’s among the top 20 list of America’s Coolest Cities according to Forbes Magazine. The annual ranking was released this week and seemed to catch many Riversiders by surprise.
Watch video on Riverside and it's history.
The Cost of Genetically Modified Foods:
Genetically modified foods, or GMOs, are in an estimated 80% of packaged foods. Some companies, like Ben & Jerry’s, are trying to go GMO-free. But it’s not easy. We'll answer your questions.
Detroit has a water problem and Mayor Duggan says it's about unpaid bills.
This Week My Guest Are Buce Fleckenstein Of Xcaliber & Steve Irons Of Cities/Circle Of Thorns
The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show! Classic 80's Underground. 'Playing The Best Of All The Rest' Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'
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Join me and my guest Alan Bracken as we talk about the October 10th, 2014 L2 LEARN LEAD LEADERSHIP TRAINING SIMULCAST featuring world-class speakers. Profits of this event are going to the Wounded Warrior Project and the Tri-Cities Military Affairs Council. To purchase tickets visit www.alanbracken.com
On today's Talk About, hosts Rez and Andy discuss the 13 alleged Most "Dangerous" Cities in the U.S. The Street recently published an article of the Top 13 Most Dangerous Cities in America, but what do they mean by "dangerous" and is it accurate. Rez and Andy hit the streets to ask citizens for opinions.
Call in and talk with Rez and Andy as they reveal the Top 13 Most Dangerous Cities. (Call-In 909.202.8606)
Get your FREE audio book and Audible trial subscription. We recommend the book: Crime & Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
May 8, 2014 – City transportation, policy & the psychology of urban life. A regular contributor to The Atlantic and Fast Company, Eric Jaffe writes about cities, transportation, history and behavioral science. The author of A Curious Madness An American Combat Psychiatrist, a Japanese War Crimes Suspect, and an Unsolved Mystery from World War II (2014) and The King's Best Highway (2010). Follow @e_jaffe on Twitter.
The traditional functions of law enforcement, and other emergency services, have not changed. Creating and enforcing conditions for public safety; investigating crimes; conducting rescue operations; responding to natural and man-made disasters; and pursuing and apprehending criminals -- these all remain central law enforcement and public safety themes. What has changed dramatically is the technology available to achieve these traditional ends. Geographical software to provide context to data; real-time video from street cameras and smartphones; sensors for navigation inside buildings; augmented reality for contextual, field-of-view information; lasers for 3D imaging; facial recognition and biometrics for identification; big data analytics for forensics -- all are in various stages of development and adoption. In this radio show, Kishore Jethanandani will discuss these and other technologies, and the effectiveness, safety, and speed of law enforcement and emergency response.
Panama City was ranked #4 as one of the most dangerous cities in Florida? What do you think? How do you feel about the ranking? How safe do you feel?
Hour one: Intel is here tonight in this Intel Sponsor Hour! Each month, we have an Intel representative speaking on new Intel products, services and news stories! Tonight we discuss what Intel unveiled at the recent Intel Developer Forum! Hear all about "Smart Cities" with Bridget Karlin, Intel's General Manager for the Internet of Things (IoT) Strategy! You don't want to miss this show!
Hour two: Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
For more than a century, the Saint Paul Hotel has been the premier home-away-from-home for Twin Cities visitors. Hear why when Pete Zellmer joins Dan and Christine on the July 17 Travel Itch Radio on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com.
John Boyd, Principal at The Boyd Company, has used the words "second war among the states" as a comparison for the competition that’s currently heating up among cities in the US that are seeking to be your datacenter hosts of choice. We’ll discuss this present-day "war" with Boyd and get his perspectives on who’s winning and why.
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