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  • 00:45

    A new path for silent sports guru and a discussion of the Interurban Bike Trail

    in Sports

    Like most people, life sometimes gets in our way and we lose focus on what we are doing and the past year saw our main business which is a design/build garden construciton business, simply continue to be very busy.  And to help us be more centered we chose to be more committed to our other outdoor activities like biking, paddling and this winter snowshoeing and cross county skiing.

    This broadcast will talk about our vision for silentsportsguru moving forward and a review of our great local rail to trails path The Interurban Bike Trail.

  • 00:14

    Sweet Inspiration- Words of Poetry - in Laughter - 1-657-383-1675

    in Poetry

    Each poem read during this show will be all about poetry in motion. Any poem that talks about a form of motion, transportation, walking, running, flying, and biking. If you are planning to read, there are rules...We cannot allow hard profanity, sexual content or any language that will offend or demean anyone due to their race, religion, age, ethnic background, gender or sexual orientation. All poetry must be inspiring in some form...Please note..that your call will be dropped like a hot potato, should you violate any of these rules. To participate, please call 1-657-383-1675 after 5:30 p.m., 

  • 00:18

    New Music Inferno w/ Blind Joe(Team Blake - Season 9 The Voice)!!!

    in Music

    Blind Joe, 32 - Fargo, ND

    Joe was born three months premature and was given only a 2% chance of living but miraculously, he survived. While in the hospital, his eyes weren’t protected from the harsh hospital lighting, which left him blind. Joe is incredibly close to his grandfather, who taught him how to play guitar by putting it on his lap. He is now known all over town as Blind Joe, gigging with his wife. He doesn’t let his circumstances get in the way of anything else he wants to accomplish. He loves dirt biking and works with other people with disabilities, teaching technology. 

  • 00:38

    Ann Reichardt: The Dance Card Looking for Love After Divorce

    in Motivation

    Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author, Radio Talk Show Host, and Consultant. Please visit her website at www.svetlanakim.com. 

    Our Guest: Ann is a resident of Wisconsin. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Education and in Nursing. She worked as an orthopedic nurse and public health nurse in both hospital and clinical settings. After retirement she returned to her creative passions: drawing, painting, illustrating for children's and poetry books. Writing became a natural progression. Ann has two adult daughters that have encouraged her in every aspect of this adventure. 

    Her love of sports began early in her life and she enjoys skiing, skating tennis, golf, water sports, football, basketball and biking. Along with her athletic endeavors she has been seen on stage in regional and theatrical performances. Singing is predominant theme, and performing as a family is a passion. Passion for the ones we love and productivity in the life we live creates balance and happiness, a personal motivation she hopes will be obtained by those in her life. www.annreichardt.com 

  • 00:17

    Milling About With Tovah Feldshuh

    in Entertainment

    Broadway veteran and entertainer Tovah Feldshuh joins host Robin Milling to talk about her new one-woman show Aging Is Optional, inspired by her beloved mother Lillian after passing away at 'over 103.' She tells Robin, “In honor of that event I wrote the show because she was really a beacon of light and died well over a century old without dementia so it was just a miracle.” Her show deals with quantum time with what she calls the memory box.

    Tovah is happy to still be in the game of showbusiness where most women of a certain age are put to pasture. Her last role on Broadway was a trapeze swinging grandma in Pippin and she was ready for that! “I wasn't scared because I had a swing-set as a three year old child in Scarsdale in the backyard with two swings and a metal bar with two chains which was like a little trapeze and I would hang upside down!” She's kept her Pippin figure swimming a half mile every day, biking and hiking; most recently up Mt. Kilimanjaro!

    Sunday is a double-header for Tovah who not only performs at 54 Below, but continues her role as Deanna Monroe, the head of Alexandria, in the premiere episode of season six of AMC's The Walking Dead.

  • 00:35

    This Story Shows Why Mass Transit in Detroit Is A Hand Up, Not A Handout

    in Pop Culture

    In Metro Detroit, it’s simply that getting to that job, is difficult. When a person has been let go multiple times because they can’t make it on time it hurts their chances of getting a new job. There have been deep bus cuts over the last few years, and although there has been monumental progress with lighting, it’s not like the majority of Detroit’s neighborhood streets are at a safe point yet. Oh, and in case you haven’t looked outside, we have winter. Year-round biking for most folks isn’t practical.


    in Current Events

    Duke Speed is the Founder and Managing Principal of Full Mission Profile, an Annapolis, MD-based organization that specializes in the design, development and delivery of formal training programs for government, defense, public safety and private sector organizations.
    Additionally, he is employed as an analyst for a U.S. government agency in Washington, DC.
    Speed is a 20-year active-duty veteran (retired) of the U.S. Marine Corps with leadership, operational, and training assignments in Force Reconnaissance, Division Reconnaissance, Special Operations Training Group, Infantry, Aviation, Inspector-General, and Recruiting organizations. He is certified as a Military Freefall Parachutist, Jumpmaster, Combatant Diver, Dive Supervisor, Scout Swimmer, Assault Climber, Mountain Leader, Helo-Cast Master, Rappel Master, Fast Rope Master, SPIE Master, and Close Quarter Battle/Dynamic Assault Instructor.
    Upon retirement from the Marines and shortly after 9/11, Duke was employed by the U.S. Federal Air Marshal Service and served as the Senior In-Service Training Instructor for the Los Angeles Field Office. Additionally, he has been employed as an independent contractor for various private sector companies, including Triple Canopy (U.S. Department of State WPPS Iraq), Fluor / FEMA Katina / Rita IA-TAC Project, and the U.S. Navy Force Protection / Anti-Terrorism Training Program.
    From 2009 to 2014, Duke was employed by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) where he served as a Senior Instructor and Instructional Systems Design Specialist in the Tactics / Physical Techniques Branch and the Advanced Weapons Branch.
    He has a Bachelor of Science (Magna Cum Laude) in Criminal Justice from National University.
    In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife and family, playing the drums and guitar, mountain biking, hiking, and working with charitable causes involving children, veterans, and rescue animals

  • 01:00

    TZP Episode 4: Extreme Superintendent/Athletes Thomas Bastis and Scott Bower

    in Environment

    In the Turfgrass Zealot Project Episode #4, host Dave Wilber chats with Extreme Super/Athletes Thomas Bastis (California Golf Club of San Francisco) and Scott Bower (Martis Camp, Truckee, CA).

    Imagine spending nine plus days biking, treking, kayaking, orienteering and scrambling over 450 miles with an hour of sleep every 24 hours. And imagine calling this fun. Thomas Bastis and Scott Bower (along with Scott's wife Susan) don't have to imagine this. They lived it. And lived to tell about it. Hear about the adventures of Team Tahoe at the 2015 Primal Quest and their adventure racing history. Oh, and did we mention these guys are A-game superintendents?

    Join Dave Wilber as he tries to drill into the heads of these two turfheads and find out what being a world class athlete, husband, dad and superintendent is all about... and making it work.

    "Pain is temporary but memories last forever..." -- Thomas Bastis, CGCS

    "I come back from these events a stronger individual... I'm a new person, mentally stronger, a better leader and a better manager of the whole operatio..." -- Scott Bower, CGCS

    Dave also lays on a little Turfgrass Zealot wisdom about nothing being permanent, fall renewal, and holding on too tight. 

    The Turfgrass Zealot Project is brought to you by Klingstone. Outstanding Bunker Performance for 15 years.

  • 00:29

    Casey of Cranberry Cove: Author Susan Kotch

    in Books

    I’m a Middle School Language Arts Teacher from Lavallette, New Jersey, who leaps out of bed each morning ready to greet my eighty 12-14 year-old students as they come into class complaining and moaning about how they hate to read and write. But I don’t take that personally. Instead, I try to find fun and innovative ways to get them to love it as much as I do.

    I enjoy sharing ideas with my colleagues at school, and participating in professional development opportunities on Twitter (@susankotch). Join me each weekend on Saturday mornings at 7:30 EST at #satchat, and on Sunday mornings at 9:00 EST at #sunchat!

    When I’m not in the classroom, you can find me out and about town in Lavallette, a seaside resort town that is home to beautiful ocean and bay beaches. The winters are quiet when the tourists go home, and the island is given back to the “locals”.

    Once the weather warms, you can find me kayaking, boating, sitting on the beach reading, swimming, strolling the boardwalk, biking around, and then grabbing a frozen custard. Sasha, my Golden Doodle, is part of the town’s Goose Patrol, keeping the fields free of geese. Believe it or not, winters bring plenty of snow to the island. We were all affected by 2012’s Hurricane Sandy.

    For More Info:


    Pinterest link: https://www.pinterest.com/susankotch/young-adult-lit-casey-of-cranberry-cove/ @susankotch 

  • 00:45

    #173 Understanding Business with Zack Fleishman, COO of Shark Wheel | UTLRadio

    in Business

    Today Peter talks with Zack Fleishman, the COO of Shark Wheel. Zack played Tennis for 10 years on the professional circuit before a mountain biking accident forced him to retire from the sport. Along the way, Fleishman was introduced to David Patrick, and the two went on to start the company Shark Wheel. You may remember them from Shark Tank, Season 6, they left the tank with deals from three investors joining their startup.

    For more information on Shark Wheel: www.sharkwheel.com

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  • 00:50

    Travel Today -- Santa Barbara, California, 2015

    in Travel

    This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg comes to you from Santa Barbara, California. It’s not called the “American Riviera” for nothing. The city…and the county, is a great hub for everything from the beach to surprisingly good wine, and from hiking and biking to early California history. Plus, the architectural style has been remarkably well preserved.

    Santa Barbara historian and author Neal Graffy weighs in on some very special kayaking around the Channel Islands. We also have winemaker Magan Kunin. There is all of this and moreon this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Santa Barbara, California.