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How often do we stop to reflect on some of the moments that has put the biggest smiles on our faces? I'm talking about those times we would consider a "Kodak Moment". Those are the precious memories we hardly ever get to enjoy. Why is this? Maybe because we are too busy suffering from the memories we should have let go. Many of us hold on to painful memories because we continue to associate it with our present day obstacles. Therefore, causing us to relive the same feelings and emotions over and over again. The word of GOD tells us that in this life we will have trouble but it also tells us not to worry because HE has overcome the world. Now that is definitely what i would call a Kodak Moment".
"Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things'. (PHILLIPIANS 4:8)
Tonight on DotMobRadio we're chopping it up about "Beef" within the culture BattleRap/ Rap....it's been alot going on lately 50 cent vs Meek ,RickRoss vs Baby,Game vs Stitches,Kodak Black vs Soulja Boy,DotMob vs NWX ect....we don't no what's real or fake these days so let's chop it up and see what the streets think about it ya dig! #Dotlove #DotLoyalty #DotMfMob
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview CT Women's Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee Charlene M. Taylor.
Charlene Taylor played basketball at Beaver Falls (PA) High School, where she played point guard and averaged 15 points per game. In her senior year (1985), Taylor helped her team to a 25-1 record, and both the conference and state championship titles. Taylor was named the conference MVP, was a member of the “Terrific Twenty” (top twenty girl basketball players in Pennsylvania), received the high school’s “Carolyn Clark Girls’ Sports Award” and earned a scholarship to the University of New Haven.
Taylor had an astounding athletic career at the University of New Haven from 1985-1989. During that time, New Haven won four NECC titles, two Division II New England Regional Championships, and a National Championship enroute to a 102-22 record.
During her career, Taylor scored 1,853 points with an average of 17 points per game, and tallied 603 assists, 419 steals, and 458 rebounds. She was named UNH Female Athlete of the Year twice, Kodak All-District twice, and in 1987, she was named to the Division II All-Tournament Team. Taylor was a three-time All-NECC First Team selection, and a 1989 NCAA New England All Region Squad selection. In 1989, she was a Kodak All-American, ECAC Player of the Year, and NECC Player of the Year. In 1996, Taylor was inducted into the UNH Hall of Fame.
Taylor’s name appears at or near the top of several categories in the Charger’s record book: #1 career assists (603), #1 career steals (419), #2 career points (1,853), #2 most steals in a sea-son (134), #3 most points in a season (557), #9 most 3-pointers in a season (35), and #2 most assists in a season (175).
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Coach Karen Hall will interview Former Pitt Basketball Star Pitt Woman's Coach Pitt Assistant AD Kirk Bruce.
In his current capacity, Bruce oversees the day-to-day operations of men's and women's soccer, men's and women's swimming and diving, men's and women's track and field, women's tennis and softball.
More recently, Bruce helped guide the softball team to two back-to-back Big East Championships, where they upset then-No. 25 South Florida in the opening round in 2006. He also had a hand in the women's tennis team making a trip to Tampa, Fla., for the conference championships, while the women's soccer team set a school record for season wins last year.
Bruce was instrumental in leading the women's track and field program to three Big East titles and four consecutive ECAC outdoor titles. Additionally, Bruce oversaw the Pitt baseball team which finished as the runner-up in the Big East in 2004.
Bruce previously served as the Panthers' head women's basketball coach for 13 years from 1985-1998. His coaching career was highlighted by the 1992-93 season in which the Panthers produced their first 20-win season (21-10) and finished third in the Women's National Invitation Tournament. Bruce coached numerous Big East All-Conference players and two Kodak All-America honorable mention players in Jonna Huemrich and Lorri Johnson.
A standout starting point guard at Pittsburgh from 1971-75, Bruce was a member of the Panthers' 1974 team that finished 25-4 and advanced to the East Regional finals. He was drafted by the Utah Stars of the former American Basketball Association (ABA). When the league disbanded, he returned to Pittsburgh to begin his coaching career as an assistant for the Panthers. Bruce was later promoted to the head coaching position prior to the 1985-86 season.
POLITICAL ANIMALS: Democratic Vice presidential candidate US Senator Thomas Eagleton resigns from Democratic Ticke headed by Senator George McGovern--audio extract--August 4th his birthday
Sara Polk--wife of President James K. Polk
President Harry Truman makes 1st coast to coast TV Broadcast 1951 august 4th audio extract
Henry Ford the second--converted to Roman Catholicism by Bishop Fulton Sheen
Henry Ford President of Ford Motor Co. introduces the Mustang --later the EDSEL named after his brother
events Los Angeles founded named in spanish Bahia de las fumas aka Valley of Smoke--later Smog
The Conscience Economy: How a Mass Movement for Good is Great for Business by Steven Overman
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Steven Overman. The original live interview was 7/31/15.
A generation of people around the world, from Boston to Bangkok, from New York to New Delhi, are making everyday choices in ways that defy traditional logic. They are judging where and how their clothes were made, not just how they fit. They are thinking global but buying local.
Steven Overman provides context, inspiration and some basic tools to help readers reframe how they evolve and grow whatever it is they lead—whether it’s a community, a business, a product, or a marketing campaign. From the boardroom to the startup loft, from the State Department to the pulsing marketplaces of the developing world, The Conscience Economy will help international leaders, influencers, investors and decision-makers to manage, innovate and thrive in a new world where “doing good” matters as much as “doing well.” Ignore it, and your consumer or voter base will rebel, using a host of free tools and cheap connectivity to spread their rejection to peers around the world in real time. Leverage it, and Conscience Culture is a wellspring of financial upside. Steven Overman recently joined Kodak as Chief Marketing Officer, where he will lead the renewal of one of the world’s biggest brands.
His website is http://stevenoverman.com/
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Should you "FIRE YOUR DOCTOR?" Maybe, says Patricia J. (Patsy) Sulak, M.D., author of "Should I Fire My Doctor? Eleven Essential Elements to Living WELL Aware" and founder of Living WELL Aware. To promote healthy lifestyles, Patsy provides the latest published information from leading medical journals, plus the skills and motivation to help you improve your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. A nationally recognized practicing physician, researcher, speaker, and medical school professor, Patsy has been named to the “Best Doctors in America” and “Texas Super Docs”. Info: www.LivingWellAware.com.
Learn what it's like to travel the world through the writings and photos of Larry Cenotto, who has visited over 95 countries and is the author of "True North: The Ultimate Around the World Journey". A former Kodak All-American Quarterback and sales rep, Larry describes himself as a Civil War buff, history junkie, and wine and seafood aficionado who loves paella and Chilean sea bass. In his "free time", he plays goalie for a recreational soccer team, samples red wine as a ‘quality control tester’, golfs 'badly', and is a local TV high school sports commentator. Does Larry ever sleep? His travel photo blog: www.freestyleworldtraveler.blogspot.com
Top Choice Models CEO Ty Kodak is my special guest today with model BOIPHRESH! Top Choice Models Headquarters is in Chicago, Il. There will be a model auction on Feb. 6th, 2011 with proceeds going toward Sickle-Cell & Cancer Foundation. Tickets are $25 in advance & $30 at the door. Located at Illinois Institute of Technology, 3241 S Federal, Chicago, IL 60616. Doors open at 5:30 with showtime at 6pm CST. For more information call 708-674-5678.
Tonight on All About Wine, we continue with wine in the state of Tennessee - Eagle Springs Winery in Kodak, TN.
Eagle Springs Winery is part of the Rocky Top Wine Trail.
Show host, Ron, welcomes Jonathon Ball from Eagle Springs Winery. You can talk with Ron and our guest on-air by dialing (646) 727-3235 during the LIVE show. Or email the show at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org
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