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Host Kevin Hunter features guest Tammy Davies of Grounds for Opportunity Cafe, GFO, in Kelso, Washington. Tammy took her love of preparing food and feeding others to the next level. The GFO Café opened in August of 2012.
A message from Tammy:
Students graduate and get work locally and we get to run into them or even better - dine out where they work and witness their hard work and achievement. It is really great to see our students go on to do great things for themselves and their families.
We have been able to increase the fresh product in our senior meals because of the training program which has meant keeping our food and labor costs low but serving a nutritious and heart healthy meal to our seniors. Good food is always a success!
ANGRYFANS RADIO: GUEST: J MURDA PHONE BATTLE: STATZ G VS POLO DA TRUTH
In the late 80s, death was all around us in Brownsville and Marcus Garvey Village. We supported each other through some of the harshest times in Brooklyn’s history—crack was raging and guns went off daily. Before we were known as the Lo-lifes, we were just friends who wore Polo and Ralph Lauren. We spent days in the pool and at the local jams, bagging pieces, and living our lives. Our only concerns were money, hoes, and clothes. We had reputations for bringing home the finest pieces and staying fly. At first, cats around us took this as a weakness; they thought we couldn’t get busy. We proved them wrong on many occasions.
The Lo-lifes were unified under a single label. We weren’t thought of as greedy cats, killers, or thugs—we were original, trendsetters, and go-getters. And now we’ve spread around the world: Spain, Brazil, Australia, France, and too many other places to nameWe lost many of our brothers along the way. I did their names on walls, looked at their young faces in coffins, and cried with my brothers. Every tear, drop of blood, and funeral added weight and value to the name Lo-life. We hold it in high regard; we don’t take it lightly or allow it to be abused. We are a family first, call us what you want after that. 2LLs: love and loyalty
"Too Many To Mention"
THE * MILLION * MAN * RUSH
Money, Hoes & Clothes Imagine the unimaginable, hundreds of inner city youth coming together for a specific cause, "To get dipped"!* (fly, fresh, etc) which in Brooklyn it meant your clothes were new and usually from the most flashy designers with the illest colors. Tommy Hilfiger was still an amateur in the streets. Izod was past tense and Versace wasn't even heard of in the Hip Hop fashion dictionary, niggers couldn't even pronounce the word until Biggie Smalls came on the scene. The head honcho in labels and brands was Ralph Lauren's "Polo". In our eyes he was worshipped like God. It was even to the point where some of us would carry a picture of Ralph Lauren in our wallets. "MONEY, HOES, AND CLOTHES was our motto and "LO" was our life The name Lo-Lifes came about in '88 when Big Vic Lo (Thirstin Howl III) got caught talking to a girl after he just got another girl's phone number. The girl said "you are a low-life" in a disrespectful manner. His reply, "you are right!" "I wear Lo everyday and "Lo" is my life. Then everybody replied, "that's right", We are Lo-Lifes!". It was never officially voted on, or anything it was just the name we lived by. The Lo-Lifes were originally composed of two boostin posse's from different sections in Brooklyn. There was the Crown Heights half who were originally known as "Ralphies Kids" (Ralph Lauren's Kids). That name being made by G-George whom lived on St. John's and Utica Avenue, which was also where Ralphies Kids could be found. Then there was the Brownsville half who were originally called POLO U.S.A. (United Shoplifters Association).
1st Guest: Sarah Krieger, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Sarah Krieger, MPH, RDN, LDN is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and in the eighth year of National Media Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics*. Sarah also has extensive experience in the foodservice industry and is the owner of a nutrition consulting/personal chef and video business. SarahRD.tv was launched in August, 2010 and takes nutrition education to the next level. SarahRD.tv is syndicated and is not “just a YouTube channel”! This experience lead to writing her first E-book, Coffee Grounds, Banana Peels and Diapers: How to entertain friends and family in the 21st century without allowing life to get in the way, which was published March 2014.
2nd Guest: Jamie Logie,author/blogger/podcaster
I am a certified personal trainer and nutrition and wellness specialist who wants to help you take back your health.
My Book taking back your health covers all the areas you need to be aware of to make the best decisions for your health and wellness.
3rd Guest: Jim McComb, author
In 2011, Fortune 100 senior executive Jim McComb died on a hospital operating table during emergency surgery. Undiscovered Horizons is a narrative of what he experienced when he suddenly awoke in Heaven, but the story is unlike other near-death experiences that have been written about over the years. Undiscovered Horizons reveals what Jim was taught by Christ Himself about the unique Personal Destiny that God instills in each of us on the day we’re born.
Souls can only incarnate into bodies with DNA responsive to and compatible with that soul. Because souls are shaped by experiences and thoughts, different soul types will reincarnate into different body types of the same species. As humans, their personality is influenced and restricted by the characteristics of their soul. Spiritual evolution is limited by one's biological, genetic, and physical composition. For instance, adam (blacks) cannot grow emotionally as we do because their brains are biologically incapable of perceiving the same range of emotions. Blacks also do not feel equal self sacrifice and devotion to truth that some of us humans enjoy, and we are therefore superior to them. Lastly, since all souls, once out of the physical body and deep into the stages of the afterlife, are essentially the same being, there is no place for evolution in the spiritual realm; all evolution occurs on the physical plane of existence. This is why planet earth is so valued by the powers that be. It is the perfect training, evolving, and learning grounds for positive souls with the privilege of physical presence. In this region of the solar system, without an earth, there is no evolution, and whatever pain a soul is in continues indefinitely until that soul can reincarnate to evolve out of its pain. Because souls evolve by earthly hardships, new types of souls can only develop by modification of the older ones over millions of years of evolution. Thus, if a sudden jump occurred in the genetic sophistication of a species, a spiritual void would be left as the older souls would be outdated and incompatible with the newly created species.
The new species would be born as still births unless some source of soul were available that is suitable with the DNA of that species.
Jim Basnight is a journalist that publishes a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim welcomes Frank Burlison, one of the greatest basketball writers in the world, toNW prospects, NBA draft and NW hoops.
Breathe is for bringing harmony and balance into your life, to explore the relationship between your mind, body, and spirit.
The Crown Chakra is the seventh chakra and it is at the top of the "chakra ladder" which starts from the Root Chakra that grounds us on the Earth and progresses upward to the Sahasrara which connects us with the universe and the Divine source of creation. Please join us for the last of the Chakra series and a cleansing, balancing, and grounding meditation.
Richard Brandes is an accomplished writer, director, and producer of over two dozen
feature films. His extensive list of credits also includes documentaries, commercials, reality
television, and music videos. Richard’s films have been released through such well known
international companies as Alliance/Atlantis, Screen Gems, Sony, HBO, CBS, NBC/
Universal, and Lionsgate, to name just a few.
Feature film credits include the suspenseful horror hit, “Penny Dreadful”, starring Rachel
Miner and Mimi Rogers. Written, directed, and produced by Richard, “Penny Dreadful”
won the Best Cinematography award at Shriekfest 2006, was released theatrically across
Richard also wrote, directed, and produced the SyFy Channel Premiere hit, “Out For
Blood”, starring Kevin Dillon and Lance Henriksen. Other notable accomplishments in
feature films include “Dead Cold”, “The Killing Grounds”, “The Fear”, “Cruel and
Unusual”, “The Nurse”, and the hit HBO World Premiere Movie franchise “Devil In The
Flesh 1 and 2” starring Rose McGowan and Jodi Lyn O’Keefe. During their run on HBO
the “Devil In The Flesh” franchise had the distinction of garnering the most viewers of any
films in HBO’s history and they continue to enjoy a popular status worldwide.
His most recent feature film is the family film, “Ugly Benny”, an uplifting, feel good
“Disney” type of tale. Richard wrote, directed, and produced the
film. The film will be released this July.
Richard will be returning to his thriller and horror roots later this year with a film he is
currently casting that he describes as being very much in the vein of “The Hitcher".
This week on the show, Smash Wrestling Managing Director James Kee returns to talk about the 'other' Huge Show in Toronto this weekend, GOLD 2015. We also talk the Big June 6th womens and mens double header. the streaming service, finding good buildings, Alex Shelly's title reign and more is all covered! Mathew Grant also returns with his Live review of Alpha-1 Immortal Kombat 3. Plus a full LIVE REVIEW of ROH War of the Worlds Night 1, CZW Proving Grounds Review, and all the weeks indie news!! Its Your Thursday Indie Fix!
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The Bedford & Sullivan podcast is back! And heading up the B from Prospect Park (or whatever the line was called back then [more on that later...]) to 155th St where the Giants played at the Polo Grounds. Today, we welcome the legacy of NY/SF Giants owner Horace Stoneham, his granddaughter Jaime Rupert.
Jaime and I will discuss growing up with the Giants name attached to her way of life, talking to and sharing unbelievable life moments with some of the greatest ballplayers of all time, and some of the old-time stories that were passed down to her from her grandfather and others.
So, please, join us at 2pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
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