• 02:01

    NOV 2014 WEEKS #1 -&- #2 REVIEWED ( PART 3: POLAR VORTEX )

    in Current Events

    Starting New Job at John Deere today @ 4pm. Doing show early at 9:30am. This is our anniversary week of being on Blog Talk Radio for 2 full years! All this plus a POLAR VORTEX HITTING MOST OF THE 50 STATES! We're getting rain this morning and it could turn to icy roads? Hope not. Anyhow, our Show today picks back up at TOPIC #6 EARTHQUAKES with SWARM OF ABOUT 750 SMALL QUAKES HITTING IN THE NEVADA DESERT NEAR OREGON.. Is a BIG ONE on its way?.. Then we talk about SEVERAL COSMIC SIGNS of METEOR SIGHTINGS ACROSS (12) EASTERN STATES PLUS JAPAN; TAURID METEOR SHOWER AT ITS PEAK; FIREBALLS SEEN ACROSS THE PLANET; MARS HAS NEAR MISS BRUSH WITH RARE COMET & LIGHTS UP MARTIAN SKIES; PRIVATE SPACE TRAVEL INDUSTRY HAS 2 EXPLOSIONS IN 4 DAYS (OBADIAH PROPHECY?); ASTEROID 2014 UR116 ON POTENTIAL COLLISON COURSE WITH EARTH; NASA SPOTS MYSTERY LIGHTS BRIGHTER THAN ALL KNOWN GALAXIES(NEW JERUSALEM?); EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY MAKES SPACE EXPLORATION HISTORY BY LANDING FIRST EVER PROBE UPON A COMET; HUBBLE SPOTS MASSIVE "EYE IN THE SKY" DUST CLOUD  THE SIZE OF TWICE THE DISTANCE OF PLUTO FROM THE SUN; ... Then we move onto TOPIC #8 GLOBAL COOLING and the RECORD-SETTING EFFECTS OF THE CURRENT POLAR VORTEX UPON MOST OF AMERICA! ... Also updates on TOPIC #9 WHIRLWINDS with TORNADOES IN BRITIAN; HURRICANE VANCE IN MEXICO; and the SUPERSTORM IN ALASKA that prompted the moving of the POLAR VORTEX! ... All this and more on todays episode of WEEK #1 of NOVEMBER 2014 in Review! ... DONT MISS IT! GET IN THE KNOW! STAY INFORMED!... JOIN US ON TODAYS LIVE BROADCAST... OR CATCH IT IN ARCHIVES!.. WEEKLY REPORTS AVAILABLE + SHOW DVD... Enjoy! 

  • 00:52

    Are You Smarter Than A Superstorm - Dr. Yearwood

    in Current Events


    Dr. Yearwood (Univ of Maryland) cuts to the chase on Global Warming, Climate Change and Superstorm. It's the session we all wanted. Then he tries to escape Devil's Island playing The Journey's Rollercoaster Game - Are you smarter than a superstorm?


    : Flight Of The Fused Monkeys


    : Musings From Outside The Universal


    : The Journey's Life Blog

  • 00:30

    CapitalNewYork.com's Azi Paybarah is Riding The Wave

    in News

    On this week’s podcast, Azi Paybarah from CapitalNewYork.com was unable to join the  show because of breaking news.  Paybarah, who has covered politics for The New York Observer, WNYC-AM, The New York Sun and the New York Press, will be on a future show to give another journalist’s point of view on the peninsula’s issues – the ferry, Sandy, being ignored — and how our elected officials are viewed, city and statewide. 


    Instead, host Mark Healey gave his overview of this week's issue and Thursday's ferry and shelter news...


    Each new issue of The Wave is available on newsstands on Fridays, and you can subscribe to the print and/or online version -- or buy online single issues -- by visiting rockawave.com 


    The Wave is Rockaway's Newspaper since 1893.  

  • 03:06

    Hurricane Sandy, Superstorm Sandy coverage & WWE RAW

    in Sports

    Welcome to the October 29, 2012 edition of The Blitz Hardcore Podcast.
    We will be covering the flooding and damage that people are dealing with in the path of Hurricane Sandy otherwise known as Superstorm Sandy now. A lot of our listeners and callers were in it's path, we hope to hear from some in the path and wake of the storm.
    We will also briefly talk about how bad the 10-29-2012 edition of WWE Monday Night Raw sucked tonight.
    Thank you for listening!

  • 00:21

    Lessons From Superstorm Sandy: LIPA's New Leadership & New Direction For 2014

    in Energy

    It is hard to believe but it has been a little over a year since Superstorm Sandy devastated the New York Metro area. Although this may appear to be a local issue, the world is watching the efforts to rebuild and restore the area. Regardless of how people may feel about New York, everything that happens here does impact other parts of the world. Especially with so many natural disasters occurring, it is important that communications with the public play a bigger role while the necessary changes are being made to the infrastructure to combat future storms and mass power outages. In this special series called The Clean Energy View, host, June Stoyer talks to Mr. John McMahon, the Chief Operating Officer of the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA). Mr. McMahon will discuss some of the key lessons learned from Superstorm Sandy as well as some of the exciting changes that are being made including the new relationship with Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG). If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.      

  • 00:29

    Record Talk Radio with Janet Sharma

    in News

    Join us on Wednesday July 2 at 1 p.m. when our guest on Record Talk Radio will be Janet Sharma, executive director of the Volunteer Center of Bergen County.


    We'll talk with Sharma about her non-profit agency's work in distributing about $3.78 million in relief funds for Moonachie and Little Ferry residents whose homes were damaged by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012.


    Have a question for Sharma? Send you suggestions to me at johnensslin@gmail.com


     

  • 00:22

    Great Loop Information--Superstorm Sandy Update

    in Travel

    We will be giving an update on the effects of Super Storm Sandy on the New Jersey Intracoastal Waterway and the status of many of the marinas in the area. The information will be offered by Waterway Guide News Editor, Michael Ahart. Listen on Friday, February 22, at 10:00 AM Eastern Time.

  • 00:30

    Superstorm Sandy, Ty Pennington and Rebuilding

    in Design

    From fixing Sandy’s damage to leaving the world better than you found it, it’s time to take action.
    Superstorm Sandy’s devastation along the Eastern seaboard—especially New Jersey and New York—has changed millions of lives.
    We talk with Ty Pennington who, along with Sears and K-Mart, has been on the ground in Seaside Heights, NJ to help get much-needed supplies from generators to toys where they need to go. And Ty gives us a peek at Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’s four holiday episodes. 
    And we talk about Project Rebuild and Recover's efforts and  Socks for Sandy bloggers in the Hometalk community to get crucial supplies—yes, socks, clothes, diapers and more—to effected areas as soon as possible.
    From bloggers to boardrooms, America steps up to rescue, recover and rebuild.

  • 00:31

    Filmmaker Joe Basile -- Director & Writer of WEST END

    in Radio

    Filmmaker Joe Basile’s movie WEST END premiered at Asbury Park’s historic Paramount Theatre on, April 6th, 2013 and was honored by the Garden State Film Festival with Best Homegrown Feature Award. The same year WEST END was awarded SOHO’s Pick at the Soho International Film Festival. Joe has been busy promoting his film and it will be screened at various East Coast locations including June 3 at the Hoboken International Film Festival, June 6 at the New Jersey International Film Festival, and June 30 at the Manhattan Film Festival. Joe states, “WEST END is my homage to the gritty crime dramas of the 70’s that made me want to make movies. Films that evoke emotion and make an audience feel the inner struggle of its characters.” The movie has a cast of talented actors including Eric Roberts, Neal Bledsoe, Joe Nieves, Peter Onorati, Melissa Archer, and Lou Martini, Jr. Joe feels extremely privileged to have shot the last film on the NJ coast before Superstorm Sandy’s devastation. This was the last movie shot in Seaside Heights, and the film captured some of the most iconic locations at the Jersey Shore. Actually WEST END was shot entirely on location at the Jersey Shore. Watch the trailer here. For Jersey native Joe Basile, the Director/Writer, it was imperative that WEST END be true to its roots. Join me as we catch up with Filmmaker Joe Basile and then visit After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.

  • 01:06

    SISFI's The Human Affects of Superstorm Sandy Show Series

    in Lifestyle

    SISFI in association with NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN” My Rockaways Media “MyRM” and The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP” presents a special radio show series on “The Human Affects (Physical & Mental) of Superstorm Sandy” to discuss the real issues of the immediate and long-term quality and safety of life challenges for the people affected by the storm, the conditions they’re living in and the mental/physical health impacts on them on Jan. 29th, 8pm, Jan. 31st, 2pm, Feb. 4th 8pm, Feb 7th 11amThere are so many human challenges being faced by the people who are affected by the storm in the devastated areas and also the first responders and volunteers from across the country that are being overlooked and we are still not addressing openly or effectively, stated Mr. Brett A. Scudder, president, chairman of SISFI and mental health advocate.The mental health impacts such as stress, depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., suicide ideations have increased not only for the victims but also people seeing and hearing of their struggles and suffering to live out this historic natural disaster. The human affects from the system and government have created greater impacts and affects on the people than the natural storm itself. It’s beyond human imagination that the quality and safety of life for our seniors, women and children can be disregarded because of financial concerns when clearly it is common sense to preserve and safeguard the immediate quality of life status than wait for loss of life or long-term medical and physical health complications to develop, states Mr. Scudder.Sponsored by the NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN”, My Rockaways Media “MyRM”, The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP”, the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC”

  • 00:08

    SISFI's The Human Affects of Superstorm Sandy Show Series

    in Lifestyle

    SISFI in association with NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN” My Rockaways Media “MyRM” and The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP” presents a special radio show series on “The Human Affects (Physical & Mental) of Superstorm Sandy” to discuss the real issues of the immediate and long-term quality and safety of life challenges for the people affected by the storm, the conditions they’re living in and the mental/physical health impacts on them on Jan. 29th, 8pm, Jan. 31st, 2pm, Feb. 4th 8pm, Feb 7th 11amThere are so many human challenges being faced by the people who are affected by the storm in the devastated areas and also the first responders and volunteers from across the country that are being overlooked and we are still not addressing openly or effectively, stated Mr. Brett A. Scudder, president, chairman of SISFI and mental health advocate.The mental health impacts such as stress, depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., suicide ideations have increased not only for the victims but also people seeing and hearing of their struggles and suffering to live out this historic natural disaster. The human affects from the system and government have created greater impacts and affects on the people than the natural storm itself. It’s beyond human imagination that the quality and safety of life for our seniors, women and children can be disregarded because of financial concerns when clearly it is common sense to preserve and safeguard the immediate quality of life status than wait for loss of life or long-term medical and physical health complications to develop, states Mr. Scudder.Sponsored by the NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN”, My Rockaways Media “MyRM”, The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP”, the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC”

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