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  • 00:01

    iMission Institute Founder Rob Leighton

    in Non-Profit

    iMission Institute founder Robert Leighton

  • 00:01

    iMission Institute Founder Rob Leighton

    in Non-Profit

    iMission Institute founder Robert Leighton talks about the mission behind imission and where that "i" comes from.


    Rob Leighton is the founder and executive director of The iMisison Insititue.


     

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    GLITTERATI!! RUBY MANHATTAN &CHERRY DERRINGER TALK!!!

    in Entertainment

    GLITTERATI with RUBY MANHATTAN & CHERRY DERRINGER!! 


    Ruby Manhattan’s debuted in April 2009 @ Bewitching Burlesque in Dallas. She was on hiatus during pregnancy, and returned to performing in April 2010. She joined Whiskey Tongue Burlesque in January of 2011. Ruby has performed all over Texas, and began producing her own shows in fall 2015. She is currently Co-Producer of Panther City Peepshow and Glitterati Revue.


    Mistress Cherry Derringer "She's the cherry on your sundae and sweeter than Cherry Pie, but cross her the wrong way and meet the derringer on her thigh!"  Cherry Derringer first hit the Burlesque scene as a kitten for Fort Worth's Devil Doll Burlesque in June of 2014. After months of intrigue, she decided to take the Burlesque Experience classes at the Dallas School of Burlesque and Drag in October of the same year. By November, Ms. Derringer was Busting Out in her very first solo burlesque performance. Filled to the core of her body with her new found passion for the craft, Cherry and Ruby Manhattan teamed up to create a new Production Company in Fort Worth, Glitterati Revue, in the summer of 2015. Although Glitterati Revue currently specializes in Burlesque Productions, Cherry and Ruby hope to shift burlesque shows to their new venture, Panther City Peepshow, enabling Glitterati Revue to act as an umbrella company to many other types of events and productions in the future.

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    Retail's Lost Future: Manhattan Taxes, Rents, Requirements and the Internet

    in Business

    On June 3, my guests will be Nancy Ploeger, president of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, and Robert S. Schwartz, C. Ped, president and CEO of Eneslow Pedorthic Enterprises, Inc, which operates Eneslow, The Foot Comfort Center, Eneslow Pedorthic Institute (EPI) and www.eneslow.com.  We will be discussing the future of retail in Manhattan in light of Borough taxes, rents and requirements, as well as the impact of the Internet.


    Eneslow, which was founded in 1909, has provided over 100,000 pairs of free shoes for the needy.  EPI, which opened in 1995 as an educational institute, offers courses on conservative foot care, foot health and overall wellbeing.  Additionally, it conducts events on the art and science of pedorthics and how it relates to improving people's lives. Eneslow trains third year podiatry students at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, where Robert serves as an adjuct instructor in the department of Orthopedic Sciences. In 2009 Eneslow was named "Retailer of the Year" by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce.  The following year Robert was named "Corporate Hero" by the New York Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and in 2012 he was recognized by Tender Care Human Services for his generosity. We will be discussing Customer Retention.

  • 02:46

    Shaping the Future - The Tavistock Institute On The Hagmann & Hagmann Report

    in News

    The Tavistock Institute has been shaping the future through social engineering of the masses. This organizion uses all forms of social interaction to influence the people to the agenda of a new world order for the arrival of the anti-christ.  What are the origions of this society and who is carring out its agenda? We will break down the Tavistock institute as well as talk about the latest news and current events.
     


    Here is the link to the listen live &  archive page. It contains the Live stream links at the top of the page and then the archives below.


    http://www.gsradio.net/shows/hagmann_and_hagmann/


    https://www.youtube.com/user/TeamKNEIN/featured   link to the youtube channel


    https://soundcloud.com/hagmann-hagmann-report  link to the soundcloud page

  • 00:16

    Creating Workplace Success: Autism & LD-Rob Crawford, Life Development Institute

    in Family

    Young people on the spectrum or with learning disabilities (or differences) often can do the work an employer wants, but need help and support learning the soft skills like showing up on time, listen to instructions or not be distracted explained Guest Rob Crawford, co-founder of Life Development Institute in Arizona to host Lon Woodbury on January 19, 2016.  Often, they do exceptionally well when the employer understands their unique strengths, and mentors support them in learning how to approach a job.


    Contact: Rob Crawford 623-773-2774 RCrawford@discoverldi.com www.discoverldi.com


    Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 lonwoodbury@gmail.com www.strugglingteens.com


    This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network.  To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on  The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com

  • 01:00

    Downtown Manhattan Beach Sidewalk Sale

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Kelly Stroman of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association, Lauren Alexander of Dacha Interiors,  Sis Noukhay of Greigh Goods and Licia Banks of Licia B. Jewelry.


    Kelly Stroman is the Executive Director of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association and is a regular contributor to this program. Every business in DTMB belongs to the Association, including the Farmers Market and it is Kelly’s responsibility to make DTMB an attractive place to shop, dine, play and stay. She has lived in MB for 17 years and has two teenage boys.


    Licia Banks entered the jewelry business right out of high school.  Beginning in sales, she gradually transitioned to Sales Closer, Manager, and ultimately a Buyer and Designer for several fine jewelry stores both in Portland, OR and Los Angeles. 


    Sisongfa (Sis song fa) Noukhay (Nu kai)is the owner of Greigh Goods. Sis is an American designer of Laotian and Hmong descent. Her fascination with design began early — she hand stitched outfits for her dolls and then moved on to more elaborate creations for herself in her teens.


    Lauren Alexander is the owner of Dacha Interiors. Born and raised in Marin County, Lauren migrated to Los Angeles three years ago from New York to work with celebrity interior designer Kelly Wearstler as director of her flagship boutique in West Hollywood.


    This morning, we’re going to talk about this weekend’s Sidewalk Sale and a few businesses that have recently made downtown Manhattan Beach their new home.


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  • 00:54

    Mayor Mark Burton, State of Manhattan

    in Current Events

    We have a returning guest this morning, Mayor Mark Burton from the City of Manhattan Beach.


    Mark has been serving as a Council Member for the last few years and very recently took over the reigns as Mayor. He has lived in the South Bay for over 50 years and is a former Senior Assistant City Attorney with over 30 years of public service to the City of LA.  As a former Senior Assistant City Attorney, he served as a Prosecutor and represented police officers, firefighters and the city in state and federal courts.  Mark also served as a management attorney where he advised city leaders, such as Mayors, Council members, city commissioners, department heads and upper level management in managing their employees and issues.


    It’s always exciting when we get to have a sitting Mayor as our guest and this morning, we’re going to get some insight on the upcoming State of the City Address which will take place Wednesday, February 10 from 7:30 to 10 a.m. at the Joslyn Center.


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    http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com


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  • 00:27

    Navigating the Manhattan Real Estate Market

    in Business

    On January 28, at Noon, my guest will be Shelley Lindauer.  Shelley provides her clients with superior, professional service. Communication, integrity, and honesty are the bywords she operates by. For sellers, her goal is to achieve the highest price, in the shortest time, with the least stress. A property that meets her clients’ needs, priced right, and in the right location, is what she will accomplish for her buyers. She oversees every aspect of the transaction, from beginning the search or listing through a satisfactory negotiation and closing. Shelley has been selling and listing millions of dollars of real estate at Keller Williams over the past two years. She understands the complex business side of every transaction, and more importantly, she understands the emotions of her buyers and sellers.

    Prior to her real estate career, Shelley was a Certified Public Accountant, marketing business owner, and non-profit executive (immediate past Executive Director of Women of Reform Judaism).


    Shelley is a native of Brooklyn who has spent most of her adult life in Manhattan.  She is a graduate of Hunter College, and has completed certification as a Certified Negotiation Expert and Certified Buyer Representative.

  • 01:01

    Manhattan Beach Badminton Club & The Road to Rio

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Dean Schoppe and Peter Steinbroner from the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club.


    Dean Schoppe is a resident of Manhattan Beach and the President of HL Classic Corporation. He began playing badminton at 15 and played juniors for the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club thru 1976. He then went on to play for California State University Dominguez Hills. He was a member of the USA National Team from 1989 through 1993 and the winner of the Sao Paulo/ Brazil Open 1998/2000 Men’s Doubles. Dean was a finalist or semi-finalist in the Open World Ranking Tournaments in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala and the US from 1999 to 2008. He began teaching and coaching at MBBC when he was 17. He worked 7 years with the Jim Poole Academy of Badminton and was an Instructor for 10 years at The George Washington University Badminton Camps.


    Peter Steinbroner was the 1972 Junior National Champion  in 18 & Under Boys Doubles; the 1975 National Collegiate Champion representing California State University Dominguez Hills; and California State Singles and Doubles Team Champion representing CSUDH again. A member of the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club since 1977, Peter was President in 2010.


    This morning, we’re going to learn the history of the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club and the upcoming U.S. Olympic Badminton Qualifying Tournament stop on the ‘Road to Rio 2016’ which will take place at MBBC February 3 through February 7.


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