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NBC's "Parks and Recreation" ended up on a lot of 'Ten Best' lists at the end of the year. Time Magazine hailed it as the second best show on television right now, behind "Louie" and ahead of "Breaking Bad." Pretty lofty company, right?<br>So what is a cast member of such a well-regarded program doing on our show? Damned if we know, but join us as we converse with actor Jim O'Hei
Join host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Austin Brookley to the High Noon in Lake Worth studio. Mr. Brookley is Chairman of the Lake Worth Recreation Board. He was also recently Deputy Regional Field Director for the Obama for President campaign. A Lake Worth resident and Lake Worth High School graduate (2009), he also served as an intern/assistant to former Lake Worth Mayor Rene Varela. Expect a wide-ranging discussion with a young person engaged in local and national poli
Dr. Julie Helmrich, "Shrink N Drink" psychologist in Milwaukee takes a question about how pride interfers with good living; about how to be less reserved and more revealing with friends when appropriate; how to more friends towards "engaged" recreation vs. "passive leisure" like TV watching.
SHALOM TO ALL, WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE GAY'S BIBLE? ARE THIER CHANGES VALID? WE WILL EXPLAIN ABOUT THE 6 DAY "RECREATION". HOW THE ISRAELITES CONTRIBUTE TO ANCIENT EGYPT. GRAVIOLA FIGHTS CANCER. THIS IS OPEN FORUM. YOU CAN TUNE IN AT: www.blogtalkradio.com/time-for-a-awakening AT 8:00PM EST TONITE AND EVERY MONDAY NITE. IF YOU DON'T HAVE A COMPUTER, CALL 1-347-324-5888 TO JOIN IN. &nb
Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith welcome Jim Nations, the National Parks Conservation Association's VP for the Center for Park Research, on Big Blend Radio's NATURE CONNECTION show to discuss the new report 'National Parks and Hydraulic Fracturing: Balancing Energy Needs, Nature, and America’s National Heritage' that was just released by the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA).This new report examines the impact of existing, proposed, and potential oil and gas development on America’s national parks and offers recommendations to ensure future drilling safeguards public health and the environment. The report’s five case studies analyze national parks that are already in the path of the fracking boom, including: (1) Theodore Roosevelt National Park, (2) Glacier National Park, (3) Grand Teton National Park, (4) Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River and Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, and (5) Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and Obed Wild and Scenic River. Photo of Jim Nations by Stirling Elmendorf.
NBC's "Parks and Recreation" ended up on a lot of 'Ten Best' lists at the end of the year. Time Magazine hailed it as the second best show on television right now, behind "Louie" and ahead of "Breaking Bad." Pretty lofty company, right? So what is a cast member of such a well-regarded program doing on our show? Damned if we know, but join us as we converse with actor Jim O'Heir. Jim plays the oft-mocked and/or ignored Jerry
On this show, Marie interviews people from the business and nonprofit sectors as well as others who involve themselves in unique contributions to their communities. For the second half of the show, Marie will also welcome guest co-hosts Amanda Both, administrator for the Arlington Heights website and Sherri Liang-Zhou, president of Starlink Global Education.
We will have Diana Zhang and Sharon Kilarski from the nonprofit Shen Yun Chicago. Zhang is the cultural event coordinator.
Shen Yun Performing Arts will be performing from May 10 to May 12 at Chicago's Cadillac Palace Theater.
Based in New York, Shen Yun is the first company to present classical Chinese dance to the world.
Our second guest will be Lisa Barrera, Recreation Coordinator of Youth Services and Support Staff for NEDSRA, Northeast DuPage Special Recreation Association in Addison. Barrera will talk about the nonprofit, its services and its Track and Field Meet May 18.
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Milling About visits The Samoset Resort in Maine where romance, relaxation and recreation meet at their lovely waterfront property sitting on the edge of Penobscot Bay. Just sit back on a lawn chair and watch the boats go by or play 18 holes of their championship golf course while taking in spectacular views of the ocean. Luxuriate in your renewal journey at The Spa at Samoset after negotiating rocks on the near mile trek on the Breakwater to the Lighthouse.
General Manager Connie Russell and Spa Director Julie Slade join host Robin Milling. Connie came to the hospitality business working at his father's motel in his hometown of Orono. Along the property are one and two-bedroom cozy cottages Wind Drift, Spring Tide and Sea Spray, which Connie says are perfect for couples with screened porches and gas fireplaces. The glorious 100 year-old Flume cottage juts out on the rocks boasting an outdoor hot tub on a glass railing deck overlooking Penobsot Bay. Like any historic hotel, The Samoset originally built in 1889, has had it's share of ghost stories like the elevator closing or opening by itself!
At The Spa, Robin was treated to an aromatherapy massage deeply inhaling frankincense; the scents are tailored to your mood. Before your massage, breathe in the ocean air while sipping tea in the serenity room with privacy screens so you can walk around freely in their cushy velvety robe. Julie tells Robin the massage mixes western and eastern traditions with reflexology, Chakra work and Swedish. A former owner of her own day spa in Camden, Julie led Colorado whitewater rafting tours before she settled in Maine, and now she comes 'skipping to work!'
There is so much to celebrate in the Mid-Atlantic region - and one of the most anticipated of those celebrations is The Potomac Jazz & Seafood Festival!
For one Saturday in July, everybody at Colton's Point (overlooking the beautiful Potomac) becomes "family" - that's how the closeknit organizers feel about their guests. Kim Cullins is the most articulate spokesperson for the Festival - and she will join us on Thursday, May 9th! Kim works for the Museum Division of St. Mary's County Department of Recreation and Parks. So, yes, she's our Amy Poehler :-D
Kim will talk about the urgency of getting your tickets - they go on sale on the first of June. There are only 800 sold each year and they go QUICKLY! We think that's going to be the case for this year, especially - because the acts are different than what you'd normally see at an outdoor venue. AND this lineup is explosive!
Jessy J opens up the Festival at three - yes! Following our sultry saxstress - from Columbus, Ohio - The Urban Jazz Coalition! Seven musicians = 7th Heaven! Try to stay in your seat (we dare you!) for the closing act: EAST BAY SOUL! Indeed, true funk soldiers will gather in historic Maryland for a NEW historic occasion - the day that The Potomac Jazz & Seafood Festival punches a hole in the sky! Greg Adams and his fabulous merry men are bringing their Oakland hybrid Jazz, Funk and Soul to fans who will be begging for mercy before the night is over. We might as well call it The Potomac Jazz and Seafood Love Fest :-D
Greg Adams will be stopping by to say hello on Tuesday - and we don't know who ELSE might be joining him! It's sure to be a great time - and a history lesson - wait until you hear the background of the Festival!
See you at one for the fun - The Chat Room is waiting.
I am a husband and father of three ages 2-6.
I grew up in Madison, Ohio and joined the United States Marine Corps following high school graduation.
Six year Marine Corps veteran with an honorable discharge at the rank of Sergeant.
Four years as a civilian aircraft mechanic on the Presidential fleet to include Airforce One with a secret security clearance.
Currently on the Mentor on the Lake Parks and recreation board.
Upon becoming engaged to be married, my wife and I decided that northeast Ohio was the best place to raise children and that this would be our final relocation.
The same desire to make a difference that led me to enlist in the USMC has led me to take an interest in serving the Mentor on the Lake community.
When should nuclear weapons be used, if ever? Should people with severe genetic diseases take active measures to prevent passing the disease to their children? Is it moral to use the law to force someone to stop doing something that shouldn't be illegal? Is time for recreation compatible with the virtue of productiveness? In this episode, philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh answered these questions and more. For a higher quality version, download or feed the podcast from the episode's arc
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