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  • 00:31

    Transformation Time with Transformation Tom- Guest Jen Blood

    in Business

    Jen Blood is author of the bestselling Erin Solomon mystery series, and owner of Adian Editing, providing expert editing of plot-driven fiction for authors around the world. She blogs with Maine Crime Writers and on her own website, and has been a featured blogger on top websites like The Creative Penn, Crime Fiction Collective, The Other Side of the Story, and Indie Author News. Besides plotting creative ways to kill off her characters, Jen is also a very big fan of the natural world -- she's an avid gardener and birder and loves animals of all shape, size, and sort. 


    Jen holds an undergraduate degree in Creative Writing and Education from Goddard College, and an MFA in Creative Writing/Popular Fiction from the University of Southern Maine. She is represented by Dara Hyde of the Hill-Nadell Literary Agency. Her next novel, a prequel to the Erin Solomon series, will be out in October. To learn more about Jen or to sign up for her newsletter, visit www.jenblood.com. 

  • 00:31

    Dr. Mark W. Muesse: Practicing Mindfulness

    in Motivation

    Our Host:


    Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of "White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee," and Consultant. Please visit her website at www.svetlanakim.com. 


    Our Guest: 


    Dr. Mark W. Muesse is W. J. Millard Professor of Religious Studies, Director of the Asian Studies Program, and Director of the Life: Then and Now Program at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee. He earned a B.A., summa cum laude, in English Literature from Baylor University and a Master of Theological Studies, a Master of Arts, and a Ph.D. in the Study of Religion from Harvard University. Before taking his position at Rhodes, Professor Muesse held positions at Harvard College, Harvard Divinity School, and the University of Southern Maine, where he served as Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. He is a recipient of the 2008 Clarence Day Award for Outstanding Teaching, Rhodes College's highest faculty honor. Known for his experiential teaching style, Professor Muesse was honored for his effective use of imaginative and creative pedagogy as well as his ability to motivate his students toward lifelong study. Professor Muesse has written many articles, papers, and reviews in world religions, spirituality, theology, and gender studies and has coedited a collection of essays titled Redeeming Men: Religion and Masculinities. He is currently compiling an anthology of prayers from around the world. Professor Muesse is a member of the American Academy of Religion and the Society for Indian Philosophy and Religion and has been Visiting Professor at the Tamilnadu Theological Seminary in Madurai, India. He has traveled extensively throughout Asia and has studied at Wat Mahadhatu, Bangkok, Thailand; the Himalayan Yogic Institute, Kathmandu, Nepal; the Subodhi Institute of Integral Education, Sri Lanka; and Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey.

  • 00:45

    Franchise Interview with Franchise Expert and Consultant Dante Vespignani

    in Entrepreneur

    We are meeting with Dante Vespignani of Turma Inc. dba, The Entrepreneuers Source. Dante Vespignani has spent his entire career in the food and restaurant industry. Prior to starting Turma, Inc., he entered the business in 1973 with an Arby’s franchisee, growing the franchise to 21 restaurants with two full service concepts


    Tequila Junction and the Samari Steakhouse, Switching from franchise to company operations Vespignani held various senior management positions before leaving in 1993 as Director Operations NE United States, encompassing over 800 restaurants with 227 franchise groups. Prior to starting his own restaurant consulting firm he was the Director of Franchise Operations/Sales for a start up, full serve restaurant chain, growing that concept to over 100 restaurants.


    Turma, Inc., DBA The Entrepreneurs Source, evolved as a need based organization, bridging the gap for many franchise operators with different concepts, whose expertise was lacking in the areas of marketing, operations, P&L and cost analysis. Additionally, there was a need for his considerable consulting/coaching skills in mentoring would be business owners, thru the often muddy waters of business ownership.


    A native of Pittsburgh, PA, he attended The Pennsylvania State University, Blanchard Training and Development, Management 2000 and various American Management Association courses. Married and now living outside Portland Maine, his business acumen and experience gives him a unique perspective of the models necessary to succeed in the New England market


     

  • 01:00

    Maine Anti-discrimination Bill, Refusal to Vaccinate Forms, and more!

    in Health

    Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips, J.D. as he discusses conflicts of interest in the vaccine world, a bill in Maine that would protect non-vaccinated persons from discrimination, Refusal to Vaccinate Forms that many pediatricians require parents to sign, and other current medical and legal vaccine news and politics. Email Attorney Phillips at attorney@vaccinerights.com during the week, find vaccine studies at Dr. Sherri Tenpenny's Vaccine Research Library (www.vaccineresearchlibrary.com), and sign up for the free Vaccine Rights E-Newsletter at vaccinerights.com/newslettersignup.html.

  • 01:57

    BME,LLC MUSIK MIX SHOW EP2

    in Music

    We have a lot going on this week with BME,LLC  this is our release week of singles which will be every where from Itunes to Xbox Music.. I also will be discussing ways artists and labels can get a good deal with symphonic distribution if they got their paperwork in order. We also recruiting over at BME,LLC so if you an indie artist looking for a label home reach out to me to talk business and so I can review your work for consideration. We will also be talking partnerships, discounts and more you just got to tune in to find out!


    Every Tuesday 7-9pm eastern 760-454-1118 (station number)


    Stay in tuned to my pages to stay updated with BME,LLC Artists Music


    http://www.facebook.com/jerrod.belcher


    http://www.facebook.com/BME252


    http://www.twitter.com/jerrodbelcher


    Releases from BME,LLC in Aug.:


    Aug.27- Mr5torm Beatz Vol.2 instrumental Mixtape


    Aug.28- Mr5torm Beatz- Explicit Gunz (Single Beat/Ringtone)


    Aug.28- Double R- Get Busy (Single/Ringtone)


    Aug.29- L.Majestic ft Mr5torm- Beast Mode (Single/Ringtone)


    Aug.29- Belize Boy ft Big J Mr All Paid- Party (Single/Ringtone)


    SEPTEMBER RELEASE FROM BME,LLC


    Sept.17- Tiga Maine- Wanna Be Famous (Single/Ringtone)


    Stay tuned for more updates follow our station..!

  • 01:50

    The Prison System...Modern Day Slavery

    in Motivation

    Today on Life, Love, No Chaser we'll take a look into Private Prisons, and whether there is societal redemption after you "pay your debt" by doing your time. Share your personal story of struggle or success if you've been in the system. We will be joined by Joseph Jackson, coordinator of The Maine Prisoner Advocacy Coalition (MPAC) located in Bangor Maine.

  • 00:56

    ELAINE MCGILLICUDDY HONORS A DYING REQUEST: "SING TO ME AND I WILL HEAR YOU"

    in Culture

    ENVISION THIS:  “Though outwardly our bodies are dying, inwardly our spirits are being renewed every day.”  (Epigraph from II Corinthians in one of Elaine’s New Poems)


    After the life-altering experience of the loss of Francis, her spouse, Elaine McGillicuddy knew her calling as a poet and writer had become an imperative. Amazed over Francis’ remarkable request of her when he would die, "SING TO ME AND I WILL HEAR YOU", Elaine chose his words for the primary title of all three of her books and for a CD of her reading The Poems of the first book.  The second book, "A Love Story" is a prose memoir. The third book, New Poems, marks the completion of the author’s trilogy. Reflecting over five years of the author’s experience as a widow, it tracks her progression through the crucible of the death of her spouse.


    In this interview, Elaine shares with us fresh insights into what she feels called to do at this transitional time in her life. As she has done before with past birthdays, Elaine will make her upcoming 80th birthday a fund-raising event for Immigrant Asylum Seekers here in Portland, Maine. She will continue teaching Africans English as a Second Language, but beginning this fall – in a formal way, through Adult Ed. She will also be helping a former student with her work with traumatized children. Feeling called to share her story of love and what she witnessed in her late husband’s transformation as he approached his death, Elaine plans to give book readings. As an elder concerned about future generations and the environment, she will also continue their peace and justice work.


    We are privileged to hear how Francis’ ministry as a married priest lives on in the heart and the ministry of Elaine, an ex-nun. Their love shines forth as a sacrament of God's love for humankind.

  • MARIJUANA HAPPY WITH JOHNNY KUSH HOUR LIVE

    in Comedy

    After months of negotiations — which the leader of one of the groups characterized as a sham — failed to achieve a compromise, animosity between Legalize Maine and the Marijuana Policy Project made its way to the streets and storefronts of Portland, as the two organizations each work to gather more than 60,000 signatures required to place their questions on the November 2016 ballot.


    Homegrown versus Washington


    The president of Legalize Maine, Paul McCarrier said the Marijuana Policy Project and its local affiliate, Regulate Maine, are resorting to Washington-style political tactics that include spreading misinformation, vague threats and bad talking when interacting with his group.


    “We were really hoping that they would work with us, adopt our language and be the heroes of this state by giving the locals the power,” McCarrier said.

  • 01:00

    Redondo Beach Lobster University

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Mickey Marraffino, Lucy Lobster and Leilani Lobster from Redondo Beach Lobster University.


    Mickey Marraffino is the Dean of Lobster University which started two years ago when one of the Original Lobster Ladies brought up the need to bring in some new blood, creating a more consistent experience during the Lobster Festival. More lobsters meant more fun!


    Together, our three guests developed the curriculum for Lobster University - a 3 month program culminating with the 3 day Lobster Festival which takes place this year from Sept 25 through September 27. 


    The Lobsters began gracing the Lobster Festival 20 years ago and have been a steady form of entertainment for both children and adults. Getting a photo with the lobsters is one of the best parts of the Festival. This year, they are fortunate to have the first mother /son lobster team.


    Lucy Lobster has been working the Redondo Beach Lobster Festival or 17 years. Her expertise includes dancing, greeting, hugging and high fiving! Lucy brings joy and smiles to all attendees of the Lobster Festival.


    Leilani Lobster was born in Maine and was brought to Redondo Beach Lobster Festival in 2000. Leilani loves having her picture taken with all her fans and loves to take over the dance floor and dance all night.


    The current Lobster University students will be rehearsing at the RB Chamber Regional Mixer, a week from today on Wednesday, Aug 26 at 5:30 p.m. at Seaside Lagoon..


    For additional information on Lobster University, send an email to info@lobsterfestival.com. 


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  • 01:00

    August 2015 Worldwide Open Poetry Reading

    in Poetry

    Check out poets from Canada, Topanga Canyon, California, Bangor, Maine, Lake Forrest, California and Birmingham, Alabama reading their poetry on the August archived edition of our show which also featured a spoken word track from Scott Charles, a dissertation on how our sister website Haikuniverse widely interpets what a haiku is, and the show closed out with Rick Lupert reading his poem "Heat" from his new book "Making Love to the 50 Ft. Woman".

  • 00:30

    TRAVEL ITCH RADIO

    in Entertainment

    Sarah Diment, owner of Beachmere Inn in Ogunquit, Maine, tells why Coastal Maine is a great destination in any season but especially summer. Hear her when she visits with Dan Schlossberg and Christine Tibbetts at 8p ET on Thursday, August 13th.