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  • 01:02

    Episode 65_ Conversation with James Fain / Uber vs. Taxi Cabs in Newark

    in Politics

    Join us for a throwback conversation with legendary Newarker —Gand Master James Fain. We'll also be joined by Rahman Henderson of Newark who's currently mounting a boycott of all Taxi Cabs in Newark amidst the Uber war.

  • 00:31

    Mad Dog Dynasty League Taxi Talk Part Two - League Meeting

    in Football

    Join members of the Mad Dog Dynasty League as they discuss the current proposal to create a new taxi squad component to the leauge.  Discussion will include:


    How many Taxi Spots should we have?


    Should it run all year long or only during the off-season?


    What is the eligibility requirement? Rookies only?  Rookies and 2nd year players?  Wide open?


    What should compensation be for taking someone's taxi player?


    This much and much more.  *This is part two of a two part discussion

  • 00:30

    Mad Dog Dynasty League Taxi Talk Part Three - Ponderings

    in Football

    This episode will follow up on the two part "Taxi Talk" discussion that we had regarding the creation of a Taxi Squad for the Mad Dog Dynasty League.   The goal will be to take what we learned from our two part discussion and paint a picture of what the final proposal will look like.  We will also try to narrow down any outstanding issues and come up with possible solutions to these problems.

  • 00:31

    Mad Dog Dynasty League Taxi Talk Part One - League Meeting

    in Football

    Join members of the Mad Dog Dynasty League as they discuss the current proposal to create a new taxi squad component to the leauge.  Discussion will include:


    How many Taxi Spots should we have?


    Should it run all year long or only during the off-season?


    What is the eligibility requirement? Rookies only?  Rookies and 2nd year players?  Wide open?


    What should compensation be for taking someone's taxi player?


    This much and much more.  *This is part one of a two part discussion

  • 00:09

    New York Times Best Selling Author Celebrity Marilu Henner

    in Books

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview New York Times Best Selling Author Celebrity  Marilu Henner. She will discuss her latest book Changing Normal: How I Helped My Husband Beat Cancer.


    The New York Times bestselling author and beloved actor from the sitcom Taxi, Marilu Henner delivers an intimate account of how she and her husband stood together and triumphed.


    After they’d been dating only a short while, and as they were falling madly in love, Marilu Henner and Michael Brown were hit with the ultimate bad news: Michael was diagnosed with cancer. Refusing traditional care, they pieced together a personal and holistic view on battling his cancer, all while forging an unbreakable bond.


    In this moving and informative book, Marilu pulls back the curtain on how they dealt with the blow. She relates her holistic perspective on health—including the superfoods, exercises, and immunotherapy they used to fight back—and why a diagnosis doesn’t have to be the end of romance or of a happy and fulfilling life. Takeaways, tips, and practical advice make this a useful guide for anyone working to sustain a relationship through the adversity of disease.


    Written with an engaging voice, a sense of humor, and life-changing wisdom, Changing Normal is a personal and touching look at how Marilu and Michael faced down a cancer diagnosis and came out the other side happier, healthier, and more in love than ever.

  • 00:15

    Mad Dog - Taxi Squad Talk

    in Football

    This test episode will discuss the upcoming plan to create a taxi squad in the Mad Dog Dynasty League.

  • 00:31

    Guest: Renee Belinda Cooper

    in Culture

    Jim and Jennifer talk with Renee Belinda Cooper. Renee just wanted to keep women safe. Seeing the benefits of the "Uber" company offering fee-based pickups and rides but also seeing a danger for vulnerable women, Cooper started her company so women could receive the same service but in a safe setting. With rates similar to Uber and Lyft and half of a taxi, the company's only difference is that the drivers are all female. Friendly to pets, kids and elders, her company also does background checks for drivers, saying "I don't want felons in the front or in the back." More at WomenDrivingWomen.org.

  • 00:42

    Mad Dog Dynasty League - 2016 Rules Meeting Preview Show

    in Football

    Join the commissioner of the Mad Dog Dynasty League, Rick Gureski, as he reviews the agenda for the April 24, 2016 rules meeting.  Topics will include: Lifting the cap on rookie contracts; Taxi rule tweaks; Starting lineup spot for Defensive Tackles; Moving the early signing deadline to August 1; Moving the entire signing/tag deadline to August 1; Assembling new EC reps for 2016; the adjustment of the Consecutive Pass Rule for Auctions and Rules Language clarification.  All this plus a review of league news and key NFL moves.

  • 01:00

    TAXI TALK

    in Current Events

    this show touches on a broad variety of important issues from public safety to politics,this is the veiws and opinions of a cab driver,and the day to day world events

  • 00:18

    Milling About with Pump Boys & Dinettes

    in Entertainment

    Milling About goes behind-the-scenes with Pump Boys & Dinettes playing The Papermill Playhouse April 6-May 1. Joining host Robin Milling is James Barry (Jim), Julie Foldesi (Prudie), Jason Ostrowski (L.M.), Alysha Umphress (Rhetta) and choreographer JoAnn M. Hunter (School of Rock).


    All the action takes place on North Carolina's Highway 57. The Pump Boys at the gas station (James, Jason, Gabe Bowling as Jackson and Sam Weber as Eddie) are a musical foursome, playing all their own instruments in the show with styles ranging from the 30s to the 80s. On acoustic guitar is James who tells Robin he grew up playing in rock bands. He says the music in the show features ragtime to classic country, soul and funk. On piano, percussion, accordian and a 'little tap dancing' is Jason, an accomplished pianist who tells Robin tapping while playing accordian was a challenge, 'It's a funny moment because I'm playing accordian while I'm doing it in cowboy boots!' Jason goes from Sondheim to country rock 'n roll having played piano and bass in Company.


    And then there's the Dinettes of the Double Cupp Diner featuring Julie and Alysha as the Cupp sisters. Julie is musically inclined as well playing ukelele, guitar and piano but had to learn accordian and harmonica for the show. She tells Robin, 'I have my own 'Keep Your Eye on Foldesi' band, sort of bluegrassy folk. I have two albums on iTunes and Amazon!' Alysha trades in her taxi medallion in On The Town as a percussive dinette. She laughs, 'I play tubs, a cheesegrater and a whisk. I do oatmeal. Things you never thought could be played, I play!'


    Pump Boys and Dinettes premieres April 10 at The Papermill Playhouse. For more information visit www.PaperMill.org/PumpBoys


    Music provided by Pump Boys and Dinettes Original Broadway Soundtrack


     

  • 00:31

    Shannon on BlogTalkRadio 3

    in Current Events

    The effect Uber has had on the taxi industry, both here and abroad,and what cab companies are doing to fight back.