• Part 14: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

  • 02:57

    ** Music Extravaganza ** FASTEN YOUR SEAT BELTS !!!!

    in Culture

    Peace Family I Am extremely excited about this program.. In the first half of the program we will have Bro.Jihad and Bro.James of Dynasty Hip-Hop Incorporated Mentoring Program (DHHI) which is designed to utilize hip-hop, and it's industry to educate, motivate and empower youth with the training, and skills to become more productive members of society. The second half we will be joined by Mama Todd Twala the visionary, creator, and director of a Powerful South African Musical With a cast of 32 of South Africa’s brightest and most versatile young performers, singers, drummers and dancers, AFRICA UMOJA – The Spirit of Togetherness, 20 Years of Freedom and Democracy Tour is a joyous celebration of dynamic talent, thrilling energy, great voices and sensual dances that sweep across the bright and vibrant South African traditional landscape. Traveling on the beats of drums, from the dusty streets of Soweto to all the corners of the world’s best and biggest stages, AFRICA UMOJA – which in Zulu means ‘together’ – tells the moving tale of indigenous South African music and dance from the earliest rhythms to the current club sounds of kwaito. Audiences all over the world have embraced the traditional love songs, lullabies and other musical expressions of rural life. They have also cried along in the city streets listening to music reflecting the pain of the migrant laborers and their families. The tale dances through sheebeens and the cultural melting-pot of Sophiatown. The heart is saddened by cold stories of forced removals yet the feet continue to stomp along with the explosions of gumboot dancing. The international audiences will relate to names such as Miriam Makeba (Mama Africa) and the late Dolly Radebe, while a thread of gospel music running through the tale recalls the huge helpings of faith and courage. This saw black South Africans through some of the country’s stormiest historical passages.

  • Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio Presents: Florida Researcher Pat Rance

    in Paranormal

    Gearing down for the Christmas holidays, Nite Callers bring you the last show of the year. Continuing the series of the North American Sasquatch Researcher, we welcome good friend and veteren Bigfoot researcher Pat Rance.


    What started out as an elusive hobby for Pat Rance has virtually turned into an obsession to hunt the elusive Bigfoot that has been sighted in the Green Swamp of Florida at least 10 or more times in the last several years. Pat Rance actually came face to face with the creature in a dramatic night time encounter in Sumter County. In April 2006, along with three other researchers, Pat set up camp in the swamp southwest of Clermont. Having seen foot prints in the area as large as 18 inches long and 9 inches wide, they baited the campsite with a box of pancakes covered in syrup. When they later found more tracks and the pancakes were eaten, they knew they were in the right spot. " It was nighttime and I was returning to the main camp with a friend." Pat recalls. " We heard sudden movement in the trail immediately in front of us and I looked up to see a large creature jump off to the side of the trail.It was about 30 feet away and with my flashlight shining on it I could see this round head and massive shoulders above the tops of the palmettos. I went to raise my night vision glasses to my eyes and the creature jumped back onto the trail and quickly ran ahead of us and disappeared into the night. As we passed the spot where he'd been standing, I could smell maple syrup. I was totally awestruck. It happened soi fast I really didn't have time to be scared. I was surprised and elated at the same time. It was so satifying to finally see the creature I had been hearing about and hunting." To hear this story and  other experiences from Pat Rance, be sure to tune in tonight for a celebration of Christmas and some really amazing stories.


     

  • 00:26

    Dr. Arlene Meets Fascinating People with Intriguing Brands!

    in Jobs

    On the WIN Without Competing! show Dr. Arlene recalls Joan Rivers who interviewed her on Rodeo Drive for her television show How’d You Get So Rich?; Former President Jimmy Carter who became very upset when Dr. Arlene mentioned Donald Trump; Dr. Jonas Salk, renowned medical researcher who developed the polio vaccine, met with Dr. Arlene in his office in La Jolla which shocked medical oncologists; Brian Stokes Mitchell, Tony Award Winner, dubbed “the last leading man” by The New York Times, spoke with Dr. Arlene after his performance of Simply Broadway at the Geffen Playhouse, and Anne Edwards, celebrity biographer and Pulitzer Prize nominee, whose family owned the legendary Chasen’s Restaurant in Beverly Hills where as a child she listened, learned, and met celebrities including Judy Garland, who left her private papers to Edwards to write her biography.  You can listen to Dr. Arlene’s interview of Edwards on WIN Without Competing!  


    And there’s more!  Legendary actress Leslie Caron “Gigi” who has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; Rabbi Gerald Wolpe, beloved and charismatic Rabbi, highly praised by the New York Times, Washington Post, and Boston Globe. Wolpe is the subject of The New Rabbi, an award winning book by Stephen Fried.  


    Stephen Citron, a product of the Juilliard School of Music, is a composer, lyricist, author, and an authority on musical theatre.   Citron’s renowned book Songwriting: A Complete Guide to the Craft.  His three dual musical biographies including Noel and Cole set the standard for dual biographies.  You can listen to Dr. Arlene’s interview of Citron on WIN Without Competing!  


    To find out who else Dr. Arlene will discuss on the show, tune in.  A clue: She lived in a bottle!


    Meeting Fascinating People with Intriguing Brands sets the stage for your brand creation!

  • 00:01

    Part 14: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

  • 01:15

    Lewis Mabee - Professional Clairvoyant, Medium, Intuitive & Wellness Coach

    in Motivation

    Lewis Mabee is a professional clairvoyant, medium, healer, Intuitive and Wellness coach.  He works with his spirit guides and he reads your aura and your energy to get the messages to you from the Universe.


    Lewis has been able to reach people in over 23 different countries. His base continues to grow through word of mouth. The first awareness of what life was to going to be like for him happened when he was 4 years of age. He recalls "I remember experiencing lightness, leaving my body and floating above myself. I thought it was a game and believed that all 4 year olds were capable of doing this. During this out of body experience, I was reassured by a soft female voice that told me that there was no ‘need’ to tell others about this experience and other things that began to happen." This voice was his prominent Spirit Guide, Sylvia.


    Lewis wants to be able inspire everyone he is in contact with to “Stand In Your Spotlight”.  By Standing In Your Spotlight, you will be in your absolute truth and integrity.  You can experience a life long positive change in your everyday life.“Life can be easy, we just need to create the environment.” His goal is for you to  leave a session full of determination, hope, with all the right tools needed to get you to where you need to be.  His hope for you is to feel empowered, full of love, knowing that you have the ability to succeed and move forward in your life journey.


    Book your skype or phone session with Lewis Mabee now at http://lewismabee.com/book-session/office/

  • 00:31

    Part 13: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

  • 01:51

    Current Events come on lets talk about it with suki suk and coco-nation

    in Entertainment

    Topic#1


    'Love and Hip Hop Hollywood' Cast: Masika Tucker & Yung Berg Back Together After Domestic Violence & Vixen ...


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    As the allegations of sexual abuse against Bill Cosby continue to mount, Janice Dickinson is once again speaking out about the abuse she allegedly suffered at his hands back in 1982.
    Dickinson, 59, first opened up to Entertainment Tonight last month, after several other women had come forward with similar stories of abuse.
    In a conversation with CNN on Monday, Dickinson recalls feeling "humiliated" and "disgusted" by Cosby's alleged rape. "I had revulsion toward Cosby, and Cosby was a very powerful man and probably still is. I trusted this man, and I … compartmentalized it, because I was embarrassed."

  • 00:31

    Part 12: Close-Up Talk Radio welcomes back Maureen Santora

    in Education

    Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.


    “It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”


    In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.


    “It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”

  • 00:03

    Life Lessons from Thanksgiving

    in Lifestyle

    Host Rick Tocquigny recalls life lessons from Thanksgiving and people from the past. 

  • 01:04

    EAL Episode 192

    in Travel

    Armstrong Magnetic Sweeper Model 101 is the required runway sweeper of the United States Air Force.  Tonight's show recalls Eastern Air Lines' use of this equipment in successfully carrying out the 25th Anniversary Air Shows the company performed at its major cities.  Tune in at 7:00 PM EDT when we leave the Gate on Flight 192. 
     

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