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Transportation reporter Dave Forster joins Pilot Radio to discuss issues with billing. Forster has been following the issue of the region’s first large-scale venture into all-electronic tolling for the last eight months. On Tuesday, Sept. 23, The Virginian-Pilot published a story that outlined the various challenges - at least a half dozen - that motorists have exprienced since the venture went into effect eight months ago.
Join Dave at 11 a.m. Tuesday to talk about the tolls and what motorists can do to help themselves.
Pilot Radio speaks with columnist Jamesetta Walker about her cover story "Natural Beauty" - a brief look inside the world of natural hair and the social implications of donning natural hair among women of color. Jamesetta examined the topic from the view of the founder of a hair and fashion expo this weekend in Newport News that promotes natural hair and teaches women how to care for their natural mane. Jamesetta provides commentary on fashion, lifestyle and consumer affairs.
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Gregory Schuch goes in and out of technology and shares EVERYTHING with you!
Why read articles when you can listen to them!
We discuss iOS, Mac OS, and Chrome OS.
We also discuss new technologies.
And Technology soon to be released.
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We must trust God , for he will guide and protect us and give us his grace to make it through every hardship..God says i am with you i will help you i will take good care of you.The pilot trusted his instruments to guide him through the storm you need to trust the lord to help you through times of uncertainty in your life.only God knows exacctly where you are, where you need to go, and what route you need to take to get there.
Pilot business reporter Carolyn Shapiro covers consumer affairs, the retail industry, utilities and telecommunications for The Virginian-Pilot's business desk.
She will share with us the inside scoop of some of the region's big retail projects, like the Dollar Tree/Family Dollar merger, the overhaul of Lynhaven Mall and the sale of McArthur Center, and the closing of Sears at Chesapeake Square. This is part two of our final conversation with Carrie about retail in Hampton Roads.
Tune in to Pilot Radio today at 3:00 p.m.
Chris Trout is a lover of great jazz, fascinating people and transformative ideas. For 37 years, he has explored the power of hidden strengths, his teachers an endless stream of resilient youth, adults and organizations who have tapped that new story to transform their lives. After 27 years as an educator, therapist, mediator, speaker and administrator, Chris entered the national conversation, bringing his message of resiliency and hope to diverse audiences, from inner-city Los Angeles to rural Canada. His writings have extended that reach around the world. Chris an be found on the beautiful coast of Maine with his wife, artist Suzanne Drown, adapting to a new adventure, life with adult children.
This the third pilot show for The Mountain and the Word, and the last pilot of the year 2014. In this show, we will be considering events around the birth and early years of Jesus, and showing how these were in fulfilment of the Scriptures.
In order for The Mountain and the Word to continue, we need sponsorship of $40 per month. If you would like to sponsor the program for a minimum of $10 per month, then please contact me through our website. It would be useful if you could commit to, for example, a minimum period of 6 months. However, we will accept sponsorship for single months as well.
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