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Join Sifu Restita and Sifu Robert as they welcome GM Tony Collins to the show. Sunday 4/5/15 6:00 pm Pacific time.
Tony E. Collins began his career in martial arts at the age of 7 with Vincent Matassa; learning Tae Kwon Do and Okinawa Kenpo. At the age of 17, he moved on to Bujinkan Ninjutsu and was privileged to train under Masaki Hatsumi at age 20. At the age of 21, Tony joined John Herman and Brandon Songer of Ed Parker American Kenpo. Ranked as one of very few Tenth Degree Black Belts in Kenpo; Tony acquired his nickname, Akuma, from Brandon Songer after his infamous fight in Las Vegas in 1993. Now, Tony is the Grandmaster and President of his own organization, Akuma Ryu Kenpo Karate, and has gone on to study many different martial arts and incorperate them into his ever growing martial art style. “Kenpo is about learning to adapt, this means building and growing on the foundation I have offered, and striving to move on farther than I have."
On Sunday April 19th, 2015 Going Home with Tony host Tony Scimeca welcomed chef, sommelier, author and lifestyle expert Maureen Petrosky to the Hot Water 911 Boiler Room Studio. Maureen wrote the best selling booksThe Wine Club and The Cocktail Club and is a frequent guest on The Today Show, The Food Network and CNN. Maureen shared some great tips for hosting parties, barbeques and events. Did you know that the most popular grilled food (85%) is the hamburger? Listen and join the fun!
On Wednesday, May 27, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
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Susan Demas, Editor and Publisher of Inside Michigan Politics and political columnist with MLive.com will share a story of a tale of two governors and answer the question, when is the best time to have kids? Join the discussion by calling 855-381-8795.
Jonathan Simon, author of the new book “Code Red: Computerized Election Theft and?The New American Century” joins Tony for a fascinating look inside the election process and how fragile it is!
Richard Fiesta, Executive Director of the Alliance of Retired Americans is back with Congressional scorecards on Senior issues. The results may not surprise you but it is something you need to hear.
Amy Hunter is back this week to talk activism and what lessons we are and are NOT learning.
David Holtz with the Sierra Club brings critical news of a pipeline in the Mackinaw Straights that threaten the balance of the environment of the Great Lakes and the bitter truth that you are not being told!
Frank Emspak, founder of Workers Independent News is back this week with a full compliment of issues, his unique intelligence on so many issues, and his insistence on honesty reality, no matter what the cost. Time for change? Over time, actually. Tune in or miss out!
You are always welcome to join us on-air by calling 855-381-8795. Find us on Facebook by searching for Tony Trupiano: The Voice of the People , and on Twitter @tonytrupiano.
On Sunday May 17th, Going Home with Tony host Tony Scimeca welcomes Cook County Sheriff Tom Dart to the Hot Water 911 Boiler Room Studio. Tony and Sheriff Dart will talk about home safety and community outreach programs in Cook County. Join us live on Sunday from 4:00-5:00 PM CDT. To join in the conversation, call 619-924-0952 or email us at Tony@GoingHomeWithTony.com or post to our Facebook Page or Twitter!
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#MyRealTalkRadio interviews Multi-Talented Former Real Houswives of Atlanta Star: Marlo Hampton and Prancing Elites Star: Kentrell Collins.
Marlo Hampton a native of St. Petersburg, Florida, defied a childhood spent in and out of the foster care system and a life destined to be just another statistic, and forged a prosperous career in the fashion industry. While earning a Bachelor of Arts in Social Work and Interdisciplinary Science, Marlo developed a love for fashion and a sense of style that has made her one of the most sought after stylist on the fashion scene today. By 2008, she opened her first high-end fashion boutique which catered to Atlanta's elite. Taking what could have destroyed her and using the experiences as a platform to raise awareness to issues affecting young women, Marlo formed the Glam It UP!Organization dedicated to encouraging young girls, 13-17 in the foster care system, to excel. Meanwhile, each holiday season Marlo spearheads her "Simply Giving" initiative, which provides Thanksgiving meals and Christmas presents to families in need.
Emerson Collins is an actor, producer and TV personality who currently stars on BRAVO’s newest hit social series The People’s Couch, writes as a regular contributor to the Dallas Voice and hosts The Del & Emerson Show, UBN Radio’s number one weekly show.
Emerson produced and starred in Southern Baptist Sissies, the film of the play by Del Shores, with Leslie Jordan, Dale Dickey, Bobbie Eakes and Willam Belli. The film played 28 film festivals, winning 15 awards including 9 Audience Awards and one for Emerson as "Best Actor in a Feature Film" from the Red Dirt International Film Festival. The film was produced through Emerson's company Beard Collins Shores Productions and played in independent theaters in fifteen cities and is now available on DVD, Amazon and iTunes.
As an actor, Emerson is also known for his work as “Max” in Del Shores’Sordid Lives: The Series. Emerson co-produced the twelve-episode television series for domestic distribution with LOGO and IMG International for distribution and successful syndication in seventeen foreign markets. He also produced the New York City, Los Angeles and Palm Springs premieres of the series in conjunction with The Trevor Project and Outfest.
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