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THE 29TH MOSLEM DAY PARADE ACCORDING TO THE ISLAMISTS WHO WALKED ON NEW YORK STREETS.
ALLAH NEVER HAD A SON ONE CARD SAYS. THE MOSLEM BROTHERHOOD IS GOOD.. THESE PEOPLE WILL NEVER BE AMERICANS. THIS IS A PITSTOP TO HELL.
AMERICAN POLITICIANS AND BRITISH PRIME MINISTERS ALL HAVE SHOE POLISH ON THEIR TONGUES FROM BOOT LICKING. THEY SAT THE HEAD HUNTERS ARE NOT MOSLEMS. ISLAM IS A RELIGION OF PEACE. A PIECE OF YOU AND A PIECE OF ME.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SIT NEXT TO THE PILOT? . PAY NO ATTENTION TO THE BLOOD ON THE SEAT.
WE ARE GOING BACK TO THE AIRPORT THROUGH TWO BUILDINGS. ALLAH WAQBAH.
WHATS TODAY? TUESDAY. OK TIME TO CHANGE THE NAME OF THE TERRORIST GROUPS.
In this special episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the Puerto Rican day parade and the Puerto Rican people. He addresses the struggles and needs that are not being met in regards to Puerto Ricans living in the United States of America. Puerto Ricans are an important part of this nation and are often forgotten. They have faced many harships which go silent in academia and the media.
Sacerdotus speaks on this and gives words of inspiration to all Puerto Ricans to inspire to do more, promote their cultural identity more and challenges Church leaders to do more to keep Puerto Ricans in the Catholic Church.
This week we talk about Canada Day Parade the Passion Play and Stage West Theatre and more..
Karen and Kim discuss the Canada Day Parade in Airdrie. We were out and about in Airdrie on Canada Day videoing the parade and BBQ hopping around town. We created a video with highlights of the day that can be viewed on YouTube.com/kultureshake
The Kulture Shake team is heading to Drumheller July 13 to the Canadian Badlands "Passion Play" We talk a little on this and we call the lucky winner of our ticket giveaway to this production. Production starts July 11 and runs until July 27. You can find out more about this play or purchase tickets at www.canadianpassionplay.com
Karen and Kim were at StageWest Calgary taking in the current show AvenueQ The Musical. A hilarious musical show that includes puppets and actors with a storyline on finding ones life purpose. One of the funniest shows we have ever been to. For more info on this show or other upcoming shows go to www.stagewestcalgary.com Check our blog review at www.kultureshake.com
We touch on our upcoming visit to the Airdrie Public Library July 11 for their Friday summer Makerspace program. This free program is open to all ages and runs from 10:30-noon. This week they have Canadian author Jacquelyn Guest coming in to visit. Rebecca Burrows gives us the scoop? We will bring you more on next weeks show. You can find out more on this program at www.airdriepubliclibrary.ca
And keeping it country for Stampede week we have music from local country singer Mark Lorenz. Check him out at www.marklorenz.ca
That's it for this week!
Established in 1957, The National Puerto Rican Day Parade serves to celebrate and help preserve Puerto Rican culture and to create national awareness of the contributions Puerto Ricans have made to mainstream society on a global scale. Its mission is to empower the Puerto Rican community through promoting arts, culture, education and civic engagement in an effort to help advance the Puerto Rican and Latino community. The Parade organizers embrace a responsibility to inspire Puerto Rican youth and instill a strong sense of self worth and pride in our community.
This is your opportunity to engage two of the parade organizers live on internet radio and ask them questions about the new direction of the Puerto Rican Day Parade has recently taken.
Our guests will be board members Rosa J. Gutierrez, MBA (Treasurer) and Louis Maldonado (Marketing)
Our guests this morning are Michael Zislis of The Zislis Group and Kelly Stroman of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association.
Michael Zislis – a frequent and favorite guest here on the show – is a South Bay native and the brain trust behind The Zislis Group.
Michael is the also the guy behind the fashionable boutique hotel, Shade Manhattan Beach, and the new Shade Redondo Beach which is under construction as we speak.
Kelly Stroman, another of our favorite guests, is the Executive Director of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association and is a regular contributor to this program.
Every business in DTMB belongs to the Association, including the Farmers Market and it is Kelly’s responsibility to make DTMB an attractive place to shop, dine, play and stay. She has lived in MB for 15 years and has two teenage boys attending Mira Costa High School.
Kelly spent years volunteering within the public school system and raising money for the MB Education Foundation and she describes her current position as a fruitful combination of everything she has ever worked in or volunteered for.
She is passionate about keeping DTMB inviting to locals, Southern Californians and travelers from afar.
Kelly and Michael were responsible for putting everything in place for the LA Kings South Bay Stanley Cup Parade that took place in the Beach Cities on June 18 and this morning, they’re going to give us the back story on exactly how that came about.
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Exodus 10:9 Moses said, "We shall go with our young and our old; with our sons and our daughters, with our flocks and our herds we shall go, for we must hold a feast to the LORD."
This week we celebrate the Comal County Fair by talking to Cross Lutheran PTL President Heidi Peltier about how she got her school first in line for the big parade. We will ask Kaitlyn about her reign as Fair Princess and much more. Join us.
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Noah has appeared in over 300 TV, radio, and online interviews including ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, The Hallmark Channel, NPR, PARADE, Woman’s Day, Los Angeles Business Journal, The Huffington Post, Chicago Sun-Times, Forbes.com, Selling Power and The Washington Post.
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The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris” opens the Friday, September 26, 2014th broadcast day at 10:00 a.m. EDT with José Roman, president of the 35th Annual Yonkers Puerto Rican / Hispanic Day Parade.
The weekend-long celebration begins on Friday, September 26th with The Fundraiser Dinner Dance; on Saturday, September 27th, the celebration continues with the Flag Raiing Ceremony at Yonkers City Hall; and on Sunday, largest parade in Yonkers begins to take its first steps along the South Broadway ribbon from the corner of Lincoln Park enroute to Getty Square and the corner of South Broadway.
At 11:00 a.m. we pivot our focus in discussion with Nw York State Assemblymember Shelley Mayer immersed in campaign mode. We learn of the issues that impressed her with the greatest of urgency this past year and begin the definition of what is on the horizon with respect to her legislative calendar vis-à-vis Yonkers.
At 11:30 a.m. we move across the border to Mount Vernon to get an update from Mount Vernon City Councilman Richard Thomas with respect to the aftershock caused by the $6.6 million deficit, and outgrowth of fiscal mismanagement by Mount Vernon Comptroller Maureen Walker and Mayor Ernie Davis; a fiscal calamity that has increased the taxpayer’s burden by 19 percent; approximately $540 additionally per year.
Hezi Aris is your host today.
Ed Qualls, Nationally Known Commentator, Political and Economic Realist, Healthcare Strategist: From deliveries of online shopping orders to massive pieces of equipment, the open road and trucking help drive the U.S. economy. Autonomous cars and drones may be on the horizon, but tractor trailers still haul and deliver goods to doorsteps.
“However, America has more open trucking jobs than available commercial drivers. As older drivers retire in greater numbers, the industry faces a driver shortage.”
The U.S. economy and trucking volume have recovered since the recession in large numbers. According to reports, the industry has some 30,000 to 35,000 unfilled truck driver jobs, leaving the future impacts on the economy at great risk!
Ed Qualls uses his expertise to dissect this story and look at the economic and political ramifications it could have on the US.
In addition, we will tallk about why do so many people in the world (including Americans) hate America.
We will also take a look at other issues this morning "In the Pickle Barrel" at 8AM-10AM EST.
Chicagoland's #1 Youth Rock Band, Wireless Soul, had an auspicious start in 2014.
Wireless Soul returned for their second consecutive appearance in the Chicago St. Patrick's Day Parade where they ROCKED to a crowd of
HALF A MILLION PEOPLE! That's the equivalent of over 27 Allstate Arenas!
This award winning band, plays popular rock music with an energetic live show headed up by
founding member, 12 year old guitarist and lead vocalist Vince Minogue, who commands the
stage with a stunning Dean diamond plate guitar. With his two-handed tapping technique and
sweeping arpeggios, Vince has been performing live with Wireless Soul at major Chicagoland
venues since the age of 9. At the end of the Wireless Soul 2013 Summer Tour, Vince had
performed live in over 30 shows in just one year! Vince studies guitar under the direction of
guitar virtuoso Dave Uhrich. Wireless Soul is the youngest rock band ever to perform live at the iconic Chicagoland venue, Allstate Arena. Wireless Soul has been featured in every major Chicagoland newspaper including The Chicago Tribune, The Chicago Sun-Times/Pioneer Press, The Daily Herald,
According to the National Military Family Association, "children of the National Guard and Reserve members face unique challenges since there are no military installations for them to utilize." Our Military Kids, Inc. pays special attention to those children, advocating to ensure stability and success in their lives. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization is focused on children of deployed National Guard and Reserve service members, as well as children of Wounded and Fallen Warriors from all branches of service.
Linda Davidson and Gail Kruzel founded Our Military Kids in 2004 out of concern for school-age children of Reserve and National Guard members and the lack of family support services. With the sacrifice of being apart for months at a time, they observed families so financially stretched that they couldn't afford fees for sports, fine arts, and tutoring.
Filled with compassion, Linda and Gail laid the groundwork to obtain grants to pay the associated fees to help relieve separation stress and improve emotional stability, while building self-esteem and enabling academic achievement. Grants from Our Military Kids are made possible by generous contributions from corporations, charitable foundations, and individuals. The hard work and commitment of volunteers is the backbone of the non-profit, translating into more grant money available to children of deployed National Guardsmen and Reservists, as well as Wounded Warriors. With a Charity Navigator score of 100 for accountability and transparency, mass media interest is no surprise.
The exemplary work of Our Military Kids has been featured in Huffington Post Impact, Stars and Stripes, New York Post, Parade Magazine, Washington Post, Fox and Friends, ABC News, and countless others. Join us to peruse their 10-year history of going above and beyond for Our Military Kids.