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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.
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.
The only radicals out there are those who believe these myriad human movements can be kept separated. Intersectionality is Reality. Life Artist Jimmy Betts is one such radical, living in greater simplicity and fighting for ecological justice on a planetary scale. He also teaches and learns self- and community-resiliency practices including action mobilization and confronting injustices of all forms.
Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Jimmy to the show Tuesday, Feb. 10 at 11 am Eastern Time. We will talk about the many climate movements taking place across the world and Jimmy's support for several of them last year, now and into 2015. We will also discuss his dedication to living passionately.
For more informatoin or to contact Jimmy to to his Facebook, Twitter or blog . Please follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter and visit the show web site at Talkupy.net
in Self Help
Jimmy and Karen Evans are the founders of Marriage Today (http://www.marriagetoday.com/about/jimmy-karen/)
Since founding MarriageToday in 1994, Jimmy and Karen Evans have encouraged and coached countless couples in building rewarding marriages and healthy homes. With more than 50% of unions in America ending in divorce, the Evans are committed to sharing proven truths that can make the most troubled marriage good, and any good marriage great. They bring more than 25 years experience equipping and teaching couples to MarriageToday's mission to restore the dream of marriage in America.
MarriageToday utilizes seminars, conferences, simulcasts and more than 100 marriage building resources, in pursuit of this vital mission. And leading the way in cultural impact is the ministry’s national television program, MarriageToday with Jimmy & Karen, which broadcasts to more than 100 million households in North America and more than 200 countries via the Internet. Whether couples are desperate to improve or save their marriages, solidify their blended families or build a more balanced, successful family, MarriageToday offers the help they need.
Today's show is PRACTICAL!!! USE THIS INFORMATION IN YOUR MARRIAGE!
Tonights show will be all about Speed Weeks, while watching Jimmy Fallon's new show, and would you rather. I look forward to hereing from you about your valentines day stories, and all the happenings on a tuesday night
You may have heard Roundboy Jimmy Graham perform with Artie Lange or local Sarcasm Comedy stars but tonight he's hosting his own podcast Exit 3. Tonight we reunite in the studio for our first episode in over a year. We'll catch up on what's going on in Jimmy's world and what he has upcoming in the near future!
Whether it's about his stand up comedy, his job as an actor or just his life as a father, husband, grandpop, coach and mentor the talk is always entertaining and it's 100% Roundboy!
What's Up Diamonds,
Last weeks show was pretty wild... the women were live! It's all good on the show thank you for listening and #supporting the show. Monday's show is my long awaited interview with Jimmy Packes Twitter handle @axxepackes.
I know you have heard his music on the show and his latest rock out song "Give Me Chills" which is just one of my favorites from the artist I promote and support. Now you'll hear about how he got started up to what he's doing today which is a mixture of making music and teaching music, you really know when a person takes his music seriously when you eat, drink, play and teach music. Jimmy's world is about music 24/7 and he does a fantastic job at it, check out his #YouTube channel it's loaded with music samples even videos of his students.
I had a great time talking with him and getting to know more about him although it was a little difficult to find a date we both could obligate to. The interview you will hear is a podcast taken earlier in the month but the show itself will be live so be sure to listen.
This show is built on the foundations of social networking and if you are connected you can be a guest its, easy and its free the only requirement is you must be socially connected and email me of course. You can send your emails to email@example.com you can also send your music too (if you would like it promoted) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also connect to the shows #OfficialWebsite at LJDNShow.com and connect with us on twitter.
Thank you again for your continued #support of the show my guest and the #IndieArtistMusic we promote.
Former NFL player and New York Giants' Bart Oates stops by to tell us about life both on and off the field and how he's dealing with his chronic pain.
And Ej got a chance to talk to New York Cosmos' Jimmy Maurer again about the upcoming season. You don't want to miss this interview!
Join us, for this episode of the BYGP Locker Room Show, as we talk to the new head coach, of the San Francisco City College football team, Jimmy Collins. CCSF has had a long-lasting tradition of football success and producing scholarship offers for their players. Most of their success has been attributed to their legendary head coach, George Rush.
Well after 36 years of coaching up at City College, 7 national titles, 14 conference titles and countless hours teaching and mentoring, many great players. It's time for a new leader!
Tune in, to hear coach Collins vision, for this Junior College football juggernaut and also get a feel for if junior college football, may be the right option for you, or your child. Let's go!
Live Chat :International Reggae Icon Unsong Hero Jimmy London
Jimmy London (born Trevor Shaw, 30 November 1949 in Saint Catherine Parish, Jamaica) is a reggae singer who first recorded in the late 1960s, and achieved chart success both in Jamaica and the United Kingdom in the early and mid-1970s.London was a member of vocal duo The Inspirations, along with Ransford White (later known as Billy Dyce). White's brother Doraney was a member of The Techniques, and the duo hung out at the Techniques rehearsal premises on King Street, becoming friendly with Roy Shirley, who helped them to get started in the music business. They recorded their debut single "I Need Money" for producer Sir JJ at Linden Pottinger's studio, but when it failed to make much impact, they moved on to work with Lee "Scratch" Perry, recording "Tighten Up" (twice, it was originally recorded at WIRL, but re-voiced at Studio One). They released a further song for Perry, "You Know What I Mean", but dissatisfied with the attention they received from Perry, moved on to Joe Gibbs. With Gibbs, they recorded tracks such as "Take Back Your Duck", "La La", and "The Train is Coming".http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jimmy_London_%28reggae_singer%29 copyright 2015 caribbeanradioshow.com 661-467-2407 email@example.com
Jimmy Soni is a contributing editor and weekly columnist for the Washington Examiner and a senior advisor to the CEO and Editor-in-chief of The New York Observer Media Group. He writes on the intersection of technology, policy, and politics, covering a range of topics and exploring how modern technologies interact with the instruments of government and regulation.
He served most recently as the Managing Editor of The Huffington Post, a position he was appointed to at age 26. During his tenure, The Huffington Post grew its audience from 40M to 90M UVs,expanded to 11 overseas markets and won a Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting, among other awards. He oversaw an editorial team of 350 staff and managed editorial operations for all sites within The Huffington Post Media Group. Named one of AdWeek's "Young Influentials," Forbes 30 under 30 and Crain's New York 40 under 40, Jimmy has been featured in Politico, Vogue Magazine and Lifehacker, among others.
He is the co-author of the first-ever modern biography of the ancient Roman Senator Cato (St. Martin's-MacMillan, 2012) and is currently at work on a biography of the mathematician and "founder of digital information" Claude Shannon (Simon and Schuster, 2016).
He has also been a strategy consultant at McKinsey and company as well as a speechwriter for the Mayor of the District of Columbia. He studied on a full scholarship (The University Scholarship) at Duke University, where he graduated with honors and was awarded a George Mitchell Scholarship for post-graduate study in Ireland. He is an avid runner and ultra-marathon runner, has completed a 50 mile race, and is currently training for a 75-mile run.
He was born in Toulouse, France, grew up in suburban Chicago, and lives in New York City.
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