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Host Kevin Willett is joined by Leeann from the CF Foundation. Listen in to learn more about their upcoming fundraiser.
Host Kevin Hunter features guest Amanda Jo Garcia of St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union. Here's a message from Amanda:
Working for a Community Bank showed me that what's important to me is helping the community, knowing who I'm helping, and working with each business owner's unique situation to find a good solution. St. Helens Community Credit Union has a mission of "Building a better community, together". I love that I'm able to do just that in this position. I get to spend my day talking to people in the community about how the credit union can help them make their dreams come true, It's a perfect fit.
You can find more about St. Helens Community Federal Credit Union at 118 E A St, Rainier, OR 97048; (503) 397-2376 at https://www.shcu.org/
Host Kevin Hunter features Melody Kranz of Storytelling Photography on The Business Forum Show. It's not every day that you meet an artist who has an eye for their artistic passion and their business. Melody has a great story to share about her business.
At Storytelling Photography, I believe that every photo has a story to tell.
A special moment just waiting to become your timeless memory.
I would love to have the opportunity to capture your story,and exceed your expectations. Call today for your appointment.
Host Kevin Hunter is proud to feature guest Kristin Shelton, owner of Touch of Wheatlands in Castle Rock, WA. Kristin attribues her passion for her homemade, home grown business to her grandmother, who taught her to can, cook, and garden.
From Kristin: Touch of Wheatlands is a Modern day Farmers store. Specializing in Local, Organic, and Regular Produce. During the Peak Season of summer you will find Local Produce from Yakima, Sauvie Island, Cornelius Pass, Mt Hood, Castle Rock, and many other local Washington and Oregon areas. We are open all year round. During the winter we will carry winter produce that is in season and many other goodies that we can find.
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, as a child, cancer claimed part of Shanna Decker's leg, but not her desire to succeed or to help others. To listen, click the link below. Shanna Decker Update
Most people who acquire Traumatic Brain Injuries, are often terminated from their respective employers due to the effects of the BI, which includes, but not limited to, Military Service. While some are fortunate enough to receive unemployment/ Workman's Comp benefits and some Veterans get a portion of what they rate, what does One do moving forward? If your Brain Injury precludes you from gaining traditional employment, what did the Doctors tell you? How does one sustain themselves and or their families after a Brain Injury? Better yet... What do you do when you don't have any inspiration?
Join Kevin and the Marvelous Maggie this week as we share the 7 Steps that has helped thousands of others achieve the LIFE of their Dreams instead of perpeatuating the ignorance of their past.
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Y aknow that voice you cannot stop listening to? The one that just makes you sigh and shiver at the same time? That voice? That voice is Kevin Sandbllom...What? You did not know I adore him? Now you do...Join us Sunday as I sit a spell and get nosey with the wonderful wonderful Kevin Sandbloom....
Kevin Sandbloom is a man who knows a little bit about rebirth and new beginnings. Throughout his career, he has continually reinvented himself. First he was a member of cover bands and then he did an extended stint with the popular Southern California band The Congregation. But, perhaps his most intriguing transformation has been as a traveling solo artist who wows crowds from Boston to St. Louis to his native Los Angeles.
Seven full-length albums and an EP under his belt, he is currently touring and promoting his latest recording, STILL BLUE [Sandbloom sings Joni], a complete cover of Joni Mitchell’s Blue. He has performed on stages as diverse as Poetry N Motion in London, England to Nuyorican Poets Cafe in New York to Berklee College of Music in Boston to B.B. King's Blues Club in Los Angeles and is a fixture at music and poetry venues across the U.S. He brings a fresh sound to an industry weaned on Auto-tune without being retro or dated.
Regarded as a songwriter at the top of his game, he wrote the title track for Grammy-nominated guitar legend Robben Ford’s Supernatural album. He has also contributed music to many independent films including Laurence Fishburne’s directorial debut, Once in the Life and he had a featured appearance on the ABC Family series “Lincoln Heights.
Welcome to Dead End Sports...the place where sports opinions collide!!! Dead End Sports is weekly sports show that can be heard every Tuesday night from 9pm-11pm EST. We are the best sports talk show on the internet! We rarely agree!
On this week's episode we'll talk about Kevin Love's injury, the playoff battles between the Spurs/Clippers, Bucks/Bulls, and Nets/Hawks, Mayweather vs Pacquio, the future of Marcus Mariota, KC Royals, Tom Brady snubs President Obama and more!
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Kevin Pollak joins host Robin Milling at the Tribeca Film Festival, now in it's 14th year to discuss his film Misery Loves Comedy. Kevin wrote and directed this insightful documentary about what goes on behind the laughter and what drives today's hottest comedians to get up in front of a roomful of strangers to be the center of attention and tell jokes. Kevin was ultimately curious about the type of person who suffers from 'hey look at me syndrome devoted to acceptance and appreciation.'
He tells Robin he began with a very strict shooting schedule which allowed for a commitment from comedians; most of them his friends such as Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer, Christopher Guest, Janeane Garofalo, Bob Saget, Lisa Kudrow, Tom Hanks, Kevin Nealon, and Larry David; to name a few. By the end he had over 60 but one that was sorely missed is the late Robin Williams, a mentor and close friend to Kevin, who unfortunately was not available during the locked-in time. Kevin says they had hour-long conversations which made up for his absence, and when he passed while he was editing the film it was a 'no brainer' to dedicate the film to him in his memory. “It was frustrating for both of us. He wanted me to know how much he wanted to be in the film, how much it meant to him that I was doing this and spoke a great deal about his own journey and misery and happiness and life. All of those things that long-time friends talk about.”
Kevin keeps very busy with his own podcast, Kevin Pollak Chat Show, and has no immediate plans to join his friend Larry David on the Broadway stage in A Fish In the Dark. He tells Robin, “I'm happy for Larry's now historical Broadway success but that is the last thing I want to do!”
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It's a big weekend in sports! Today, the NFL draft gets underway and we have former NFL fullback LeRon McClain who knows exactly what it's like to sit at the draft waiting for your name to be called. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the fourth round of the 2007 NFL Draft.
And put your best hats on, it's Kentucky Derby time! And Kevin Cox, the Brooklyn Cowboy, gives us his impressions of the positions that were announced yesterday for both the Derby and the Oaks.
Of course there's baseball to talk about, NHL playoffs, and so much more!
Tune in today and every Thursday at 1 p.m.