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Freelance cycling journalist Jen See (Bicycling Magazine, Velo, Mountain Flyer) joins host Ted Burns to talk about the 2014 Giro Rosa which starts Friday, July 4th. Jen discusses how to get Giro Rosa updates and which women are looking strong this year. Jen also discusses discusses Marianne Vos, who many belive to be the best cyclist in the world. Jen intereviwed Vos at length for a feature article which ran in a recent issue of Bicycling Magazine.
Hostess Lisa Winton and Swami Jayananda will be talking about the chart of the New Moon three degrees Leo in the Seventh House. They will discuss the aspects of a new beginning and suggest the importance of a primary relationship with your Divinity. Is it possible to find a simple, one size fits all solution to all of life's challenges? They will talk about how to use the grand trine between Venus, Saturn and Neptune to get the light of Spirit in your heart center. Join the Kriya Yoga Spiritual Advance and become the change you want to see-- peace on earth. Namaste!
Tonight we're joined by Robin Farina and Jill Gass who are part of the first all women's team to compete in the Trois Etapes Tour. The race is a fundraiser for World Bicycle Relief. Competitors will cross many of the toughest climbs from the Tour de France during the three day event. For the first time ever, on August 7-10, an all-female team will take on the Trois Etapes Tour. We will tackle some of the most grueling climbs of the Grand Tour in the French Pyrenees with a goal to mobilize women in rural Africa and promote women’s cycling around the world.
Our team will be led by Evelyn Stevens of Specialized-lululemon. Team members include:
Chrissie Wellington, Four-time Ironman World Champion, legend in the endurance world, and a key player for Le Tour Entier and La Course;
Robin Farina, Professional cyclist and President of the Women’s Cycling Association, a nonprofit that advocates for the development of women’s cycling equitably and sustainably;
Jill Gass, Coach at B4T9, a women’s cycling team based in California;
Vicki Ford, Endurance triathlete and cyclist from Austin, TX;
Heidi Wood, Elite cyclo-cross racer and avid road cyclist from Seattle, WA;
Sarah Boddington, Avid road cyclist from Surrey, UK; and
April Marshke, Specialized Women’s Business Manager in Europe.
Sharon Steele is a single mother of two and a fitness professional with the stated mission of encouraging people to embrace a healthy active lifestyle by offering fun, safe, and effective fitness classes suitable for various ages and abilities. She first learned to ride a bicycle at age 4 and has been riding most of her life. In 2010, she participated in her first Tour de Cure event, riding the 32K in Silcon Valley. She has since ridden in the Napa Tour de Cure twice (50 and 100 miles) and rode in the very first Tour de Cure Women's Series event in Santa Barbara in 2013 completing the 67 mile course. This event catapulted her love for cycling to new heights, converting her into a true roadie and soon to be competitive cyclist.
Sharon does not have diabetes. She descends from a family where type 2 diabetes and its complications are prevalent: mother, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins. She is of the belief that leading a healthy lifestyle can greatly reduce her risk for developing the disease for which she may be genetically predisposed. Her passion is to reach those communities that are at high risk and inform them of the common complications associated with diabetes and of ways type 2 diabetes can be delayed, managed or even prevented by the lifestyle choices we make. Sharon also has several friends who live with type 1 diabetes. It is her hope that helping to raise awareness about the work of the American Diabetes Association will aid in their gaining access to more resources toward developing a cure.
What does it take to be happy? IS there such a thing as true and lasting happiness? And if there is, why do so many of us find happiness so difficult to attain? These are the questions author Daniel Parmeggiani asked himself at the lowest point in his life when he was still a teenager.
A series of traumatic events during his childhood years created in Daniel deep guilt and self-doubt, crippling social phobia, and the devastating belief that there was something terribly wrong with him. He became an extreme perfectionist, never satisfied with anything he did. Full of misery and self-loathing, Daniel felt like a flawed human being living in a judgmental and ‘unfair’ Universe, and it got to a point where he felt he just couldn’t take it anymore.
Check out Daniel's website at www.themagnificentruthofourexistence.com
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Brighton Beach Avenue, the main street of community of Brighton Beach was a sea of people, young and old, weaving in and out of the hundreds of stories featuring various Jewish and Russian delicacies. A medley of Russian and Jewish music filtered out of the Russian coffeehouses that lined the streets which nurtured the aroma of hot bagels and knishes. It was 1933. The depression years were waning and the war was yet to come.
Sara Koza was an attractive 18-year-old with compelling deep brown eyes. Born of Russian immigrants in Harlem, her mother had died when she was 8-year-old of TB. Her father, Jack was forced to put her and her brother who was two years younger into an orphanage until he could establish a home for them. Jack met Frieda, a young nurse from Russia and they were married. Sara's father was a gifted musician and joined the Goldman band as the lead trumpeter. Sara and her brother, Sam, were taken out of the orphanage and reunited with their father and new stepmother. The Koza's, due to the father's talent flourished during the depression years and Sara had a new sister and brother to concern herself with as the oldest child. As she walked the streets of Brighton to the subway in 1933 she felt a sense of excitement which reflected in the blush that crossed her cheek and her buoyant stride. To Read The Rest of The Story Click The Link http://brightonbeach.com/pat-singer-the-promise.html
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Today on Community Voices we talk with Carmen Perez about Effortless Living & Eliminating the Chaos from our lives.
A bit about Carmen M Perez:
I used to be a burnt-out, 24-hour woman myself. I felt overworked, overcommitted, and overwhelmed. And boy, did it cause a wake-up call.
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Writing Royalty Radio- "Side Niggas"
Guest Authors: Tamika Newhouse and Bengy Sherman
Tamika Newhouse is a self-published bestselling author who founded Delphine Publications, at the age of 21; Tamika appeared on various bestseller lists and won Self Published Author of the Year at the 2009 African American Literary Awards only 9 months after her debut novel. In 2010 she was inducted into Who's who in Black San Antonio and she landed a major publishing deal without an agent and still continues to write independent projects. In 2011 her company Delphine Publications won an African American Literary Award for Best Anthology as well as Tamika won for the second time Self Published Author of the Year. She was also nominated by the National Women in Business Association for the 2011 Entrepreneurial Spirit Award.Along with Delphine Publications, Tamika is the founder and President of African Americans on the Move Book Club (AAMBC) - an online book club and radio show catering to avid readers across the nation. She is also CEO of Obsessive Soul Media. With future projects in the works from short films, stage plays and much more, Tamika is a young woman on a mission.
Bengy Sherman currently resides in Fort Worth, TX where he has lived the majority of his adult life. He found the love and talent for writing while incarcerated. He felt that this was the way for him to change his life around. Hustler's Coalition is the first book he has ever written and will be published with Delphine Publications in 2014.
Melissa “MoonChild” Stokes was born in California to a Nicaraguan mother, who sang for popular radio stations in her country. Melissa was raised in Africa and the Middle East. From an early age, MoonChild wrote and published poetry. MoonChild’s musical influences include Celia Cruz, Prince, Armando Manzanero and Sadé. She is a songwriter and sings everything from Latin ballads to Hip Hop tracks and Smooth Jazz and R&B to Electronic Dance. She has performed thousands of people and opened for Smokey Robinson, Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis, Jr. She performs regularly with Willie Stewart of Third World and his Rhythms of Africa. She absorbed the rich tapestry of music and dance from the world around her: the orchestra of drums deep in the forest throughout the nights in Liberia, and the heart-felt, melodious prayers sung five times a day from the several mosques surrounding her homes in Morocco and Bahrain. After completing two years of pre-med and dance at the University of California, San Diego, MoonChild relocated to the east coast, where she found her voice. She performs at Jazz Festivals, charity events, health fairs, live music lounges and many other venues including the Save the Twinz: Live Pink! Women Who Jam Concert Series. MoonChild released a re-mixed version of her first project, Eclectic Collection I, in 2012, a jazzy, R&B, independent CD, and she is working on a new album. Moonchild can be found on all social media.
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2. Our guest, Jimmy Moore [4:55]
3. Jimmy’s new book, Keto Clarity [7:43]
4. A ketogenic diet and nutritional ketosis [10:33]
5. Finding your carbohydrate tolerance level [15:14]
6. What impacts carb tolerance levels [23:59]
7. Is there benefit in cycling a ketogenic diet? [29:54]
8. Gluconeogenesis, friend or foe? [38:44]
9. Ketosis and thyroid dysfunction [40:25]
10. How low is too low? [45:29]
11. Does going low carb too long affect your metabolism of carbs? [47:53]
12. Physiological versus psychological benefit of “off” days [50:47]
13. Optimal athletic performance on ketosis [53:39]
14. Gut bacteria and a ketogenic diet [1:01:16]
And Still We Rise A Book By Miles Corwin.
July 16, 2014 at 1:05pm
Chapter 1 - Sadikifu - Tell Me Why
I. Tell Me Why is a Poem written by Sadi about his family, his neighborhood, and plight of black people in America
A. Sadi won first prize in the original poetry category at the city speech championship
B. Sadi has recited his poem for classes and assemblies
C. He is accepted by the gifted students - even the gangbangers like him due to his poetry
D. Sadi joined Speech Club because he felt like an outsider - He gravitated to the poetry competitions
E. Sadi was lonely outside of the gifted program
F. When he tried to articulate his opinions the other students shouted, "Stop trying to act White"
G. Sadi once felt like a traitor for excelling in school
II. Home Life for Sadi
A. He lived in a 3 story apartment building with welfare families
B. The community was filled with Gang Graffiti
C. There were abandoned businesses in his neighborhood
D. Sadi dislike his father for leaving his mother
E. Sadi Rebel at School in the Early years
III. Sadi did consort with gang members
A. He instigated a fight between his tagging crew and a rival set
B. Sadi lost his best friend to gun violence
C. Sadi witnessed gun fights
D. Sadi was arrested for consorting with gang member
E. Sadi joined the Front Hood 60's
F. When Sadi was young he joined a tagging crew
IV. Sadi did experience high and lows with School
A. Sadi was expelled for insigating a fight
Erica's mom brought her to her first audition when she was 8 years old. She didn't make the cut. But the next year, she went back to the same audition, and got the part. She hasn't stopped performing since. When she looks back at it, she's glad she didn't make the cut the first time, because that is when she learned the valuable lessons of hard work and persistence. From an early age, she realized that she is not afraid of failing, she is only afraid of never trying.
With this mindset, she put her life in a U-Haul and left her hometown of Roswell, GA to pursue Musical Theatre in NYC. She rolled into Times Square at 4am and thought, "What in the world did I get myself into?" But, of course, she couldn't trade that experience for anything. While there, she got to train with Broadway's best, travel the country with leading roles, and become both a better performer and a stronger person.
After one of her shows, she felt that God was leading her in a new direction. So, she grabbed her red cowboy boots and headed to Nashville, TN, where she knew all of 3 people. Through many divine interventions, she found herself spending her days on Music Row and getting the opportunity to collaborate with great musicians and songwriters.
She realized that her goal for theater and songwriting are one in the same: to make people feel something. It's not that she left theater behind, it's that theater has enhanced her new journey of being an artist. Keep a look out for her debut single, "This House is Haunted."
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