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Join us as we provide all the latest on this historic storm that is bearing down on the East Coast. Call in and get your questions answered by Meteorologist Steven Dimartino!
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Professional Prizefighter From Lorain, Ohio Jr. Middleweight 11-0 Wilkins "Hispanic Hurricane" Santiago a full time professional prizefighter currently pursuing his dream to become a world champion
and bring Ohio and all the rest of his fans all over the world a championship
most critics say after he was incarcerated for 5 years that its impossible.
Funny thing they said the same about Dwight Quawi, Eddie Mustafah Muhamed,
Mike Tyson and a guy by the name of Bernard Hopkins.
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Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, parent in New Jersey, address the serious epidemic of heroin in our schools and the easy access American kids have to this highly addictive and deadly drug. We will discuss how kids are getting heroin and what happens after they have tried it. Heroin almost always leads to addiction. Once addicted to heroin, these youths psychologically travel an express train to places they would never go and engage in stealing, lying, prostitution, burglary, suicide, and even killing … there is no end to what they will do. In an effort to keep “the high” going, these kids start “shooting up” (injecting heroin into their veins with a needle) and they can’t stop. Interestingly, heroin is not limited to inner cities and urban areas; the hurricane of heroin is blowing over small towns across America, creating a “perfect family storm” not to be reckoned with. Find out how to divert the path of the “hurricane heroin express” from hitting your family.
Lois Howes Stops by FreshStart Radio to Talk about Rebuilding after Sandy
Lois Howes is an enthusiastic travel agent, the 1st VP of her local Chamber of Commerce, and a dedcated contributor to the re-build following the devastation of Hurricane Sandy as 1st VP of Friends of Freeport.
Beginning 25 OCT and hitting the Eastern Seaboard 29 OCT, 2012, Hurricane Sandy, a Category 3, was the deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 hurricane season. Crossing the Carribean, leaving a trail across Jamaica, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and the Bahamas, Sandy affected 24 states with its most deadly impact on New Jersey and New York.
Lois Howes was right in the thick of it, leading the charge - organizing and helping in any way possible. 14 months later, we'll chat about the experience, how it changed her life, and the ongoing needs following Hurricane Sandy.
There is still much to do...
**Big Thanks to Miles Arnell and Playing For Change for their musical contributions to this FreshStart Radio.
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During the month of July, please enjoy these previously recorded shows. We will return live every Tuesday night beginning August 5, 2014. Enjoy the summer!
Using Hurricane Katrina as a model, this speaker will discuss the phenomenology of disasters in America. Various deleterious factors can be forecast that impede effective emergency response. These factors can be better managed when one person is placed in a role to oversee and manage the crisis phase of a disaster. A Conflict Management Professional can unify the ad hoc crisis management team and ensure its accountability and engagement. Provision of a structural solution of this nature would signify a commitment by our government to mitigate human misery in disasters.
Join us as we speak with Cindy Mazur, she has just earned her PhD from George Mason University’s Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution in Fairfax, Virginia. Her research is in Conflict Management and the emergency management challenges of Hurricane Katrina. Cindy is the Director for Alternative Dispute Resolution in Washington, D.C., at a federal agency that delivers emergency management services.
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Listener's Call to Action: We need to hold our government leaders/politicians accountable. We can do this by writing letters to our Congressman.
YES---IT WAS MANY YEARS AGO---IN THE PATERSON JAIL...I WAS DOING A STAY THERE--- AND THE HURRICANE CAME IN FOR A NEW TRIAL--- NOW THIS LITTLE GUY KILLED 3 WHITE GUYS - SO THEY SAY - IT WAS A REAL BIG CASE - AND FUNNY, OUR LIFE CROSSED AGAIN ON THE SET OF HIS MOVIE! NOW, HE DIES FROM THE SAME CANCER I HAD! WE'LL TALK ABOUT ALL OF THIS, TODAY, MONDAY 4/21/2014. I'LL TRY TO GET THAT SONG - ABOUT HIM BY BOB DYLAN (HURRICANE). FEEL FREE TO CALL- 646 716 4343 - SO,DON'T FORGET, THE WIZE GUY AND THE LADY ON REALITY RADIO"S # 1 WISE GUY SHOW.
Telling the riveting true story of what happened when Kevin Scott Hall took in a refugee of Hurricane Katrina, Hall’s second book, ‘A Quarter Inch from My Heart’ is a story of love found in the unlikeliest of Determined to help Maurice “get back on his feet”, Hall was still thrown for a loop by what transpired. Over two-and-a-half years, the two men lived as roommates and friends, forcing Hall to examine his own feelings about race, class and love. When Maurice was diagnosed with a rare lung cancer and AIDS, Hall stayed with him until the bittersweet end, looking after his friend and watching his spiritual and emotional growth.
“When Maurice died, I realized what I’d lost and I began to revisit many experiences that I hadn’t thought of in years,” says the author. “I was the victim of a random street stabbing in 1994, and the event reverberated through my life. In writing the memoir, I detailed my struggles as an artist, family tensions and other events from my past in an attempt to understand how I had come to this moment – letting a mysterious stranger into my life and growing closer to him than I’d ever been to anyone.”
“A Quarter Inch From My Heart is a harrowing account of love and loss. Kevin Scott Hall writes about being young in New York City and reckoning with how we all must grow up by taking care of each other and ourselves. His memoir is not only about one life or even the defining, complicated friendship at its center, but about the universal project of being decent, thoughtful citizens of the world. It is at once deeply introspective and outward reaching.”
WACR: BlogTalkRadio: Join Nick Gallicchio on Wednesday, July 30th at 7:30 pm (EST) to discuss the problems residents of Seaside are having in re-building their homes, after the destruction that hurricane Sandy left behind. Voice your grievances, opinions and observations. Call TOLL-FREE (323) 792 2931 or join the show through Skype, your computer etc.
23 year old Pittsburgh native RapStarr a.k.a. Hurricane Cam has an agenda when it comes to the Hip Hop industry. With his music, he attends to bring back the essence of lyricism, storytelling, and knowledge within the Hip Hop cultures. Having his mother worked at the news side of Pittsburgh’s radio WAMO from 10-14 years, RapStarr grew up learning the ins and outs of the music business. His love for Hip Hop as an artist began when he was 9 years old. He recalls a time when he first bought his first CD, the “8 Mile” Soundtrack by Eminem. RapStarr refers to several of legendary artists such as Eminem, 50 Cent/G-Unit, LL Cool J, 2pac, and Lil’ Kim as his influences. He compares his style of lyric ability to the era of 1990’s and early 2000’s Hip Hop.
Throughout his college career at California University of Pennsylvania, RapStarr has begun to become a superstar. He perform at the Black Student Union’s Talent Showcase and making it to the college newspaper, he performed at the AIDS Awareness Concert, he attended the Hip Hop conference and met Hip Hop pioneers KRS-One and Doug E Fresh, and even off campus as he opened up for the Hopsin concert with his professor/DJ the summer of 2012. To add to his belt he has also performed at Faded Fest Summer Hip Hop and the 2013 Hip Hop Mania concert sponsored by Earth Entertainment.
The most recent songs that he have recorded is “Late at Night”, “Black Nation”, “Dear Maria”, “The Conversation”, and “The Marijuana Dreamin”. These songs are featured on his first highly anticipated mixtape called “The Resurrection of Hip Hop”. With a title like that, you can only expect greatness from this artist.