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  • August Quarterly Festival

    in Radio

     


    Come and celebrate the Nations Oldest African American Festival celebrating religious freedom, freedom of speech and the right of assembly.


     


    The festival is held at the Harriet-Tubman Riverfront Park in downtown Wilmington, DE with activities for children and adults with music, vendors and fun for all!!


     


    Come share the heritage, music, crafts, singing, stage performances, children events, storytelling, vendors, food arts, African clothing, books and national known recording artis


     

  • 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.


    Get more details.

  • 00:28

    Library Of Congress National Book Festival

    in Current Events

    Join Rich Gehlhausen Host of ON THE LINE Public Interest News and Special Guest for this National Event.


    Library Of Congress Jennifer Gavin


    Guy Lamolinara


    Rich Fahle


     


    The Library of Congress and Honorary Chairs President Obama and Mrs. Obama invite you to the 15th Anniversary National Book Festival, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, at the Washington Convention Center. To mark this special occasion, as well as the 200th anniversary of the Library's acquisition of Thomas Jefferson’s personal library


     

  • 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!

  • 00:59

    Creating a Quality Festival in the Piedmont: Artisphere

    in Business

    When a city's largest employers pull out and the population begins to decline what do you do? Find new corporations, preserve the downtown, improve the quality of life by improving the schools, rebuild neighborhoods and focus on becoming one of the "Top 100 Arts Small Towns in the United States." 


     


    Enter Artisphere, now in its 12th year and awarded Top 20 event out of the "100 Best" Art Shows in the country by Sunshine Artist Magazine, a Top 10 Fine Arts and Fine Craft festival by the Art Fair Sourcebook, and #3 out of 20 finalists in USA Today's 10 Best Reader's Choice Award for Best Art Festival and listed in ArtFairCalendar.com's Best Art Fairs in America.


    Kerry Murphy, Executive Director of Artisphere and Liz Smith, Program Director,  join us to share their experiences.



    We'll talk about how a city in the rural South, half way between Atlanta and Charlotte, attracts the nation's top artists and why those artists apply again and again to be part of the event. 
    How a fine art event is "sold" to the town and how they attract buyers.
    The organizational structure of the event, recruiting working board members who expand the reach of the festival.



     


     



     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 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

    in Entertainment

    HAPPY FRIDAY


     


    TUNE INTO GREEN LEAF NETWORK  11:00PM EST CALL 929-477-2453

  • 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


    ADD YOUR THOUGHTS AND COMMENTS AS WE SPEAKING ON WORLDLY ISSUES AFFECTING OUR COMMUNITY. EVERY WEEK WE SPEAK ON A NEW COMMUNITY! IF YOUR COMMUNITY IS HAVING ISSUES CALL IN LET'S TALK ABOUT IT! ALSO ON THIS SEGMENT WE OFFER


    WEEKLY WEATHER, HELP PROGRAMS, SPORTS,HEALTH TIPS AND MORE

  • 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.

  • 00:59

    In the Midst of the St. John Festival

    in Culture

    The St. John Festival & Cultural Organization schedules 5 weeks of Caribbean Carnival celebration with a bevy of family-friendly events, including live music, local food, dancing, parades, fireworks, and more. St. John Carnivalbegins 5 Saturdays before July 4th with a steelpan music concert in Cruz Bay. Vendors of fine local crafts setup tents in Cruz Bay park while hardy folks build the stage that will showcase most of the festival events in the coming days.


    June 5, 2015 is the annual Beach Jam on Cruz Bay beach. With a mix of music talents and characters, the St. John Carnival Beach Jam is a must for anyone with happy feet. One week later, Seniors strut their stuff for the Senior Variety Show on the stage in the school ball field in Cruz Bay. Cheer for your favorite acts and enjoy local food, drinks, and crafts for sale around town. The day after the St. John Carnival Senior Variety Show is the annual Festival Bike Race, starting at 8:00 am at the National Park lot next to Mongoose Junction in Cruz Bay.


    The weekend comes to a close with the Festival Princess Pageant, which starts Sunday night at 6:00 pm on the stage in the ball field. Two weeks before the end of Carnival St. John really starts to heat up on the evening on June 19 with music in the school ball field starting at 9:00 pm. Return the next night to cheer on the new Carnival Queen contestants, as they vie for the coveted title starting at 8:00 pm. That Sunday kicks into gear with the opening of the food fair and Children’s Carnival Village in the national park field in Cruz Bay.


    The last weekend of St. John Festival: The Adult Carnival Village opens at 7:00 pm July 3rd with music and libations. Next morning marks J’ouvert (ju-vay), a joyous street party where revelers dance at daybreak.

    Visit: www.StJohnIsland.com/

  • Festival of Haunts 4

    in Paranormal

    Join American Hauntings and host Loren Hamilton for our Fourth Annual Festival of Haunts -- our End of Summer event to benefit the historic and haunted James Eldred House! The FREE daytime event features chilling presentations ghosts, hauntings, spirited locations, true-life encounters and unsolved mysteries! Meet authors and speakers and, network with ghost enthusiasts from all over the region and later, join us for a special ghost hunt or haunted campout that will make this a haunted weekend that you won't soon forget!
    Make Eldred, Illinois THE place to be on Saturday, August 29 for the Biggest and Best Summer Festival yet!

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