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Today on "It's My House" we shall be chatting with Julius Magala and he will be giving us very good information about how to go solar and reduce or eliminate your monthly household energy expenses. Some of the ideas that you will here are very simple, however to some people these same idea might seem extreme...............either way you slice the cake these ideas can help you fire the local power companies by helping you get off the grid.
Feel free to take plenty of notes during this podcast.
Your inspiration for the day. Julius Anthony talks about his new book.
This lecture by Dr. Stephen J. Whitfield, professor of American Studies at Brandeis University, explores the historical significance of Julius Rosenwald (1862-1932) as perhaps the most under-appreciated figure in American Jewish history. Rosenwald was the primary figure in the history of Sears Roebuck, making it the largest retail establishment in the world. Dr. Whitfield's talk was the inaugural lecture for Stetson University’s Rabbi Barry and Malka Altman Lectures in Jewish Studies, and took place in November 2014. The title of his lecture is “America’s Most Underrated Jew: The Case of Julius Rosenwald.” More: http://www.stetson.edu/today/2014/10/jewish-studies-lecture-series-to-begin-monday/
Our Broadcast will speak on the investigation and uncovering of one of the strangest losses, we have seen in a while, and one that reflects what is currently being experienced by so many families across the nation in the black community. Suspicious deaths called suicide, that clearly show flaws and fabrications. Julius Pearse, a former Homicide Detective in Nassau County, New York, lends his opinion and wise viewpoint on one case in particular. Jackie Pitts, Professor Ali Al Rahman, and Myself sat in a round table to discuss the options and failings of our system.
Historian C.R. Gibbs teaches us how... "Every culture has an MLK, a Christopher Columbus, a Jesus, a Napoleon, a Shakespeare, a Ben Franklin, a Shaka Zulu, an Einstein and a Julius Caesar " The Africans are no different. Riddle me this ...? What's "Theirstory' Have you heardit? You ddon't know if it's important or not if you don't know. Open Your eyes, all of them. Here on 3EO
Once again renowned and legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc'' Stanley Sr,hits the airwaves once again with his award winning and iconic radio show,'Sports In Depth'.
Bringing you a pre-game NBA All*Star show,along with,Lewis''The Hoopster''Hart with Doc in the backcourt on NBA All*Star game Sunday. Played this year in New York city at Madison Square garden.Knicks,Carmelo Anthony will be a starter in what will be his final appearance on the hardwood this season as a knee operation is forthcoming.The West,topped the East-163-158,with Russell Westbrook leading all scorers with 41 points and deservingly so garnering the MVP award. He was one point shy of the All*Star record of 42,held by New Yorker and NBA immortal,Kareem Abdul Jabber.
And we too say Happy birthday to NBA legends,first my dear and beloved friend,Julius''Dr.J'' Erving(22nd),the iconic Michael Jordan(17th),his dream team teamate and close friend Charles Barkley(20th),Celtic legend and the first ever African-American NBA coach and NBA champion, Bill Russell(12th).
His close friend and the greatest football player and running back ever,Jim Brown(17th) And tennis immortal,my good buddy,John McEnroe(16th).
Early birthday greetings to baseball's greatest switchhitter,Steady Eddie Murray and Floyd Mayweather,both share theirs on the 24th.
Hoopster also names his all time,NBA All*Star crew.Dipper,Tic-Tock,Clyde,The Pearl and the''Docthah'', Julius Erving.Michael Jordon is his sixth man. And during Black History Month,we salute and remember,Arthur Ashe. The first African-American male to ever win a Grand Slam and the U.S. Open. Arthur won the first ever open U.S. Open and the greatest and best U.S. Open.
''In some relationships,the problem is to little of the little things are not done.''
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Saint Valentine -- Valentine was a holy priest in Rome, who, with St. Marius and his family, assisted the martyrs in the persecution under Claudius II. He was apprehended, and sent by the emperor to the prefect of Rome, who, on finding all his promises to make him renounce his faith ineffectual, commanded him to be beaten with clubs, and afterwards, to be beheaded, which was executed on February 14, about the year 270. Pope Julius I is said to have built a church near Ponte Mole to his memory, which for a long time gave name to the gate now called Porta del Popolo, formerly, Porta Valetini. The greatest part of his relics are now in the church of St. Praxedes. His name is celebrated as that of an illustrious martyr in the sacramentary of St. Gregory, the Roman Missal of Thomasius, in the calendar of F. Fronto and that of Allatius, in Bede, Usuard, Ado, Notker and all other martyrologies on this day. To abolish the heathens lewd superstitious custom of boys drawing the names of girls, in honor of their goddess Februata Juno, on the fifteenth of this month, several zealous pastors substituted the names of saints in billets given on this day.
The number of mobile devices in healthcare facilities is increasing rapidly, as is the diversity of mobile platforms, operating systems (OSes) and communication methods that need to be supported by these organizations. In fact, in remarks made at George Washington University Hospital in Washington D.C., FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said that healthcare is being “transformed” by broadband, and called out wireless and mobile in particular.
For its part in this transformation, Genachowski said,
The FCC is pursuing a health strategy with three key components: promoting connectivity; fostering fast-paced innovation of wireless networks, medical devices and mobile apps; encouraging greater adoption of life-saving health technology; and ensuring that spectrum is optimally allocated and managed.”
So on the outside, infrastructure and promotion is progressing, but what does mobility in healthcare look like from the inside?
A recent poll of managed Healthcare providers by the Aberdeen Group found three clear expectations for mobile healthcare technology: stem the rising costs of healthcare processes, improve staff productivity, and decrease the entry erroneous data.
To understand where mobility is headed though, it would first help to remember the mistakes of the past.
Marvin Smith wrote a book called Smoke No More! It will teach you how to stop smoking! Also Dorthea will be reporting the Tea in New York! Can't wait! Also EnRico Stratten-Bey & Julius Cannon! WE are gonna give you the TEA about our trip to Wendy Williams Show!
Now that the Super Bowl has come and gone it is time to look forward to free agency and the draft. Early reports state that the New York Jets have interest in Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie? Are Jets fans willing to reconcile with Revis? Cro a good player to help Bowles implement his system? Also should Gang Green get a deal done with Mo Wilkerson this offseason? Then should the team consider options like Demaryius Thomas or a Julius Thomas if they hit the open market?
When it's said "Lead by example", Julius Koonce, Pastor of Christ Transformation Center of Salisbury, N.C., is doing just that. He is leading by example by becoming Fit for the Kingdom. He understands that, in order to be a warrior for God, he needs to be of healthy mind, body and spirit. He is turning his health around by losing weight, eating healthy and exercise and he's calling others to join him in this mission. Be sure to join us this Tuesday as we will interview Pastor Koonce what;s motivating him to become Fit for the Kingdom.
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