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David Tuccaro Jr. is a Mikisew Cree First Nation who overcame his fight with Leukemia, chronicled in his memoir, Bad to the Bone: The True Story of David Tuccaro Jr. Born and raised in Ft. McMurray, Canada. He shares his tumultuous journey of self-discovery through pain, hopelessness and the feeling of inadequacy to inspire others to overcome adversity. After finding his purpose, he is living out his passion of teaching others to save lives by registering to become a bone marrow donor. David spends his free time with his family and enjoying music.
For more information about David Tuccaro Jr. visit: www.davidtuccaro.com
Ohio native Ryan Katzenbach began working for his local newspaper as a freelance writer at 15 years old. His editors assigned him to a number of tasks, ranging from politics to the local theater and entertainment scene. After moving to California two years later, Ryan began leaning into the production and pre-press side of newspapers, eventually learning every facet of web and offset printing. In 1993, he founded his own advertising and graphic design firm, Kat Advertising. Amityville author Ric Osuna, he entered into a development deal with Sony Pictures Television for an adaptation of Osuna's "The Night The DeFeo's Died: Reinvestigating The Amityville Murders." In January 2006, Katzenbach began shooting "Shattered Hopes: The True Story of the Amityville Murders" as a completely independent venture. The documentary, using Osuna's book as the baseline, began shooting interviews and reenactments. What was intended to be a project taking only a few years from beginning to end morphed into an 8-year quest for the answers behind the infamous Amityville case. The last installment was largely delayed due to talks with Ronald "Butch" DeFeo who ultimately agreed to an interview for the film. The documentary project attracted the attention of the Reelz Channel in the summer of 2014. On October 25th, 2014, the Reelz Channel will debut this adaptation, "High Hopes: The Amityville Horror Murders" as part of their Halloween movie line-up. The Shattered trilogy and the Reelz narrated by Emmy & Golden Globe winning actor Edward Asner. Katzenbach, at present, is working on a documentary about the murder of slain Hollywood PR maven Ronni Chasen. Katzenbach also has a feature film in development.
Would you believe me if I told you a Saint-Gobain employee has lost 85 pounds in under a year and a half, simply by changing her eating habits? Well, this is a true story. An Erika True story.
Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics Garden Grove employee Erika True decided in early 2013 that she was ready to make a sustained, disciplined lifestyle change. Tune in to hear Erika's story and how she achieved results that can only be described as amazing.
Special Guests: Jo Moffatt, MD of Woodreed and Engage for Success Guru group member and Charlotte Dahl, Strategic Planning Director at Woodreed
Join Jo and Charlotte as they share insights from Woodreed’s thought piece ‘Culture – the true story'. They’ve looked at organisational culture from all angles and talked to leading experts and practitioners along the way to answer the questions: What does culture mean? What are the barriers to developing positive cultures? How do you shape culture? Who or what is the real hero of the culture story?
Woodreed is a creative communications consultancy that puts brand at the heart of internal and external communications to engage employees and customers alike. They help clients create cultures within their organisations that work to achieve their corporate and strategic objectives.
Host: Jo Dodds
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We are back with True Story Tuesday.. The first half of the show I will be sharing a quick story about how a neighbor challenged me on the Citronella Candles by saying the real word was Salmonella.. In the second half Nikki brings our top ten topic for today and it's a good one.. Ten Things You Shouldn't Say To Your Ex If You See Them In Public...
This week's True Story Tuesday is about funny pronunciations . I do not claim to be an english professor. But, I do find some humor in how some people incorrectly pronounce simple words. It makes it all that much funnier when It comes from someone you don't particularly care for. Here are some of my encounters with a few people and words they obviously shouldn't try to pronounce. LOL! Call into the show and tell me about your encounter with someone saying a simple word completely wrong.
We are still accepting your True Stories here on our blog. Look for the submission link on the website.
I made a post on Facebook yesterday (facebook.com/davidatl) about an occurence I had while out grocery shopping. A friend of mine replied to me that I have the funniest stories. I looked back through some old post and she was right. Another friend said I was the Pied Piper for crazy people. He may have a point. So, the birth of True Story Tuesday came about. This particular "True Story" came in the form of A lady who showed out at the grocery store yesterday. And she just couldn't help herself when she addressed me by saying I was "All Chocolatey!" It was a true spectical. Wait until you hear the whole story. Hopefully we will have a weekly or bi-weekly edition of True Story Tuesday. Or you can read the blog @ www.recycledgayblog.blogspot.com. Twitter @Reblog_gay Give us your show ideas by calling in or email or tweet me. Maybe you have a True Story you would like to call in and tell everyone about.
Im super excited to have my 1st Special Guest…Author Caleb Devine. Caleb is the Author of Bona Fide Hustler: Based on a true story.
Join me Live Jan. 2, 2014 at 10pm as I talk to Caleb about his 1st Novel & his life as a Former Pimp.
Caleb Devine was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. At a young age, he battled the demons of abuse and neglect. His mother was never really there for him or his siblings, therefore, after his grandmother passed, he had to take matters into his own hands so he could make some money to survive. He quickly learned how to be a bona fide hustler. Being a hustler had its downfall and landed him in the state prison system. After his release, he changed his life. Bona Fide Hustler: Based On a True Story chronicles his raw and gritty life as a young boy until adulthood. Devine hopes this book will reach the youth of today in some way.
Call 646-378-1328 to speak to Caleb & ask questions.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Billie Worley director and producer of Memphis Heat. He will discuss stories of Memphis wrestling.
Memphis Heat: The True Story of Memphis Wrasslin' is the definitive documentary about the history of Memphis wrestling from the 1950's with legendary battles between Sputnik Monroe and Billy Wicks, the 1960's with strutting Jackie Fargo, & the glory days of the '70s with Jerry "the King" Lawler, Tojo Yamamoto, "Superstar" Bill Dundee, & Jimmy Hart.
The bible is honest with us, we must be honest with what we read in the bible. Sometimes people like to sugar coat what is read to meet their own doctrine which they have been taught. It is not intellectually honest to do so and is also damaging to the soul. We must be honest with ourselves and what the bible actually says, not what people say it says. Join us as we look into the truth about the 11 Disciples of Jesus Christ. Amen.