• 02:00

    G-Ride w/ PG

    in Hip Hop Music

    Come get your weekend started, and bend a few corners with your boy.  We turnin up the heat, and takin you for a ride that you won't forget.  Get ready to bob your head, and tap your feet; as we go on this funky ride.  Grab your drink, and get on board; I will do the driving.  Don't worry, smoking is allowed on the G-Ride.

  • 01:58

    Healing River: (032715) Are Cursed Objects Destroying Your Health? Part Two

    in Christianity

    Are you chronically or recurrently ill without explanation or cure?  Are your children emotionally distressed, having sleep disturbances, or behavioral issues that are difficult to manage?  Are you struggling with infertility?  Do you feel continually defeated in your Christian life?  It may be time to look for cursed objects in your home or your child's room and get rid of them.  These may even have come into your home as an innocent gift, as so many simply do not understand the reality of the spiritual impact such items have on us and our families.


    HealingRiver1511@yahoo.com

    Deborah Lemke, P.O. Box 1511, Oshkosh, WI


    http://thehealingriver.com


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kiqQ9UNdt_4&list=PLoKWmhg8TJD359QykLuzWgaGyPE0N-OUX


    http://the-portal.proboards.com/board/3/healing-river


    https://www.mediafire.com/folder/2c8j8c1m9o5gt//Healing%20River

  • 02:32

    Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org Demand More Paroles, 03/26/15

    in Politics Progressive

    At 3pmEST on Fridays, we present Mary Diaz on the "Huaman Rights Demand" radio broadcast. Mary is a prisoner activist who advocates for paroles and pardons. Please call (347)857-3293 to speak on air. You can also listen by computer live or hear the archived tape 24/7. Diaz is affiliated with "Human Conflicts," where "LET MY PEOPLE GO" is the motto. Mary lives in Florida, which had over 5,200 inmates who were parole eligible in 2014 but released fewer than 20. Prison investors on the Pardons and Parole Board are a barrier to freedom for many rehabilitated inmates. 

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Joan Nosal of T.R.I. Life Coaching

    in Self Help

    Chagrin Falls, OH – When seeking to enhance your productivity at work, it’s natural to focus on skills you lack or need to improve. But according to a recent Gallup study into human behavior, you won’t gain any ground working on your weaknesses. Rather, you should be dedicated to maximizing your strengths.


    Joan Nosal is a board-certified coach and the founder of T.R.I. Life Coaching where she helps her clients identify and explore their talents to develop their strengths and unleash their potential.


    “The definition of a strength is a task you can complete to near perfect performance in a positive direction,” says Joan. “Developing your talents into strengths ensures your ability to work at near perfect performance every time.”


    Joan helps her clients to uncover their talents through a unique assessment tool: Gallup StrengthsFinder.


    Gallup StrengthsFinder outlines a person’s top five strengths from 34 unique talents. Joan says it’s important to know your strengths so you can further develop and refine them.


    “How do you approach your life with power and edge? What are the resources you have to support yourself? What are your needs?” asks Joan. “We’re assessing how you think, feel and behave.”


    As a Gallup Certified Strengths Performance Coach, Joan works with executives and leaders to learn about their strengths and enhance the application of their strengths.


    “I don’t coach or train or present anything I haven’t lived. It’s authentic,” says Joan. “If I can influence people to live a life of satisfaction and positivity where they can be all they were created to be, that rocks my world.”


    For more information on T.R.I Life Coaching, visit www.trilifecoach.com.

  • 00:31

    Special Episode 40: Women's History Month: Mrs. Yvette Pegues

    in Lifestyle

    For the month of March, we will be celebrating Women's History Month. This week our special guest is Mrs. Yvette Pegues. We will be discussing how women can make history when being the Unthinkable Woman.


    Mrs. Yvette Pegues, M.ED, is celebrated worldwide for her 1st Responder efforts. She began working primarily in schools, alongside teachers, serving children with disabilities. Today, her Adaptability Coaching & Disability Expertise is critical to Corporate Diversity training, Military reintegration & (new/existing) Construction Accessibility services to help re-build the differently-abled. She is a Center for Leadership in Disability CAC Advisory Board Member at GA State Univ. & National Spokesperson for Camp Dream GA.


    Mrs. Pegues is the Founder & CTO (Chief Transformation Officer) of Your Invisible Disability Group and thought leader of the 4/4’s Signature Program Pillars © for Newly Disabled & Diagnosed persons in her book, The “Art of Adaptability.” She co-authored, My Mommy had Brain Surgery & I'm Okay! with her sons, Isaiah (7) and Elijah (5) - featured in the Shepherd Hospital Rehab Center’s quarterly magazine, The Spinal Column. Featured: US Depart. of Ed vlog, the Nationally syndicated: Doctors Show, Atlanta Parent Magazine, Sixes Living Magazine as well as many other publications and appearances. April 2014, she won the state title of Ms. Wheelchair Georgia, and in July 2014,she became the 1st woman of color to WIN the title of, “Ms. Wheelchair USA in its 17 year history. During her reign, she will promote an all-inclusive, nationwide, platform to help children write & publish books – turning #Storms2Stories through “Dream. Write. Hope. University…a “Legacy of Literature.”


    Link: http://www.yvettepegues.com/

  • 01:04

    Reclaiming Space: Transforming Paper Clutter from Mess to Success

    in Motivation

    Paper is one of the most pervasive types of clutter in the world today. Professional organizers are frequently called upon to help their clients dig through the piles of paper and establish systems that work. In this episode of Reclaiming Space Tracy chats with Professional Organizer Linda Diamond about the best ways to get out of paper overwhelm.


    When Linda Diamond considered starting a home based business, she intuitively knew that her previous professional work experience was a perfect match for the Professional Organizing industry. Since 1977, Linda’s volunteer and career opportunities had included coordinating fundraising programs, organizing committees and meetings, motivating people to follow through on tasks, and implementing small and large scale community events. Her major responsibilities in the nonprofit world focused on strategizing problem solving solutions. In 2008, Linda decided that it was time to go back to work and so she started her own business, Captured Clutter...organizing therapy, LLC.


    Linda is a proud graduate of Northwestern University. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and will serve on the board as Marketing Director for her local Georgia NAPO chapter starting in July of 2015.


    Tracy K. Pierce is a Clutter Coach, Holistic Organizer, and the creator of the Reclaim Your Space, Reclaim Your Life Programs. She is the owner and founder of Synergy Organizing and Synergy Wellness. Her mission is to propel her clients towards the realization of their ideal lives. Tracy assists holistically-minded and motivated people who are sick and tired of their clutter reclaim space for what matters most. Learn more at www.SynergyOrganizing.com.

  • 00:34

    Medical Malpractice and Professional Licensing Issues with Michael Favia

    in Legal

    The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who previously worked for the I.D.P.R. will represent and/or defend licensed professionals in cases involving the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Illinois Department of Public Aid and Illinois Department of Public Health. In this monthly podcast series our attorneys and consultants will share news, tips and resources.


    Topics covered in this 30 minute podcast:



    Michael Favia and his experience in medical malpractice and how it connects to professional licensing;
    The potential licensing issues doctors face when medical malpractice cases are settled;
    About National Practitioner Data Bank and how it can that affect licensed physicians and healthcare professionals;
    How medical malpractice attorneys work with licensing consultants to better serve healthcare professional clients;
    Industry trends in healthcare and licensing that of which our listeners should be aware.


    Michael V. Favia He is a former Asst. Illinois Attorney General and the Chief Prosecutor for the Illinois Dept. of Professional Regulation (IDPR), now known as the Illinois Dept. of Professional and Financial Regulation (IDFPR). Favia is affiliated former prosecutors, investigators and professional licensing board members assist licensed professionals in their business, regulatory and IDFPR related matters. Visit our Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants website for more information. You may also contact Michael V. Favia for more information by e-mail at favia@lawyer.com or dial (773) 631-4580.


     

  • 01:04

    THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK-CLASSIC CHROME-BOARD TRACK RACING

    in Lifestyle

    Dating all the way back to the early days of motorcycling, enthusiasts have always been drawn to the raw energy, speed and horsepower of racing. Throughout the first couple decades of the 1900’s, motorcycle racing was held on oval plank tracks, known as board tracks. The motorcycles which ran on these tracks were the ultimate in stripped-down powerhouses, with no brakes, and only a direct drive system in place of a transmission. Races were held all over the United States to the delight of crowds everywhere. Unfortunately, the danger of these races was all too real. After multiple horrific accidents resulting in the death of riders and spectators alike, board track racing was banned in the United States. While the machines survived, the sport of board tracking was seemingly gone forever; that is, until recently, when a group of enthusiasts have banned together to reinvigorate the lost art of board track racing. Held on dirt tracks instead of lumber ovals, the machines are still flying around in a display of raw power to the delighted smiles of crowds. This week, we at Classic Chrome have the pleasure of speaking with a few of the brave individuals keeping this high-octane sport alive and well. Interviewing Matt Walksler, noted builder, restorer, and award-winning racer, and Brittney Olsen, noted restorer and the only woman successfully competing in this dangerous sport!

  • 00:57

    032415 Francine DelMonte-Chair Niagara USA Development Corporation

    in Politics

    For the first time in a long time, all three cities in Niagara County are having a mayor's race.


    In Lockport, the folks there, are discussing the first announced candidate to run against the incumbent Mayor, Anne E. McCaffrey. Michael J. Pillot, a retired policeman who lost races for mayor of Lockport in 2007 and 2011, is trying again. It's still early so there may be others.


    In North Tonawanda, people seem to be a little more tight lipped about a run against the incumbent mayor.


    North Tonawanda Mayor Arthur G. Pappas is still on his political honeymoon.


    Before becoming mayor, Pappas was on the North Tonawanda School Board for 17 years, including a decade as its president.


    He was handily elected last November to fill the seat of alderman-at-large following the sudden death of Robert Clark, but after just two weeks as alderman he was tapped to become mayor when then Mayor Ortt resigned to become state senator.


    Back at home we are starting to see how this year's campaign is shaping up. Alicia Laible, former Democrat City Committee Chairperson here in Niagara Falls is announcing her 2nd bid to run for Niagara Falls city Council.


    Like it or not, the Modern Diposal contract is good for five years, this is no longer about Modern, this is about the city managing this service in a way that it is adequate, fair and cost-effective.


    Now let's get to our guest former assemblywoman and now chairman of the board of USA Niagara development Corporation Francine DelMonte. 

  • 00:52

    The KFFSC & AllPurposeRoto Fantasy Football Show

    in Sports

    Join Ferrell Elliot and Bob as they cover part 4 of the Strategy Series


    AllPurposeRoto and the Kentucky Fantasy Football State Championship bring you your Fantasy Fix


    KFFSC is home of the second largest live draft in tyhe USa outside of Vegas !!


    Tonight:


    Building A Draft Board


    Draft Day Tips


    How to spot rookies who will have fantasy impact in 2015


    email Bob at - allpurposeroto@gmail.com


    get Ferrell at kffsc.com     /   jferrellelliot@gmail.com


     

  • 00:59

    Your Family Name Was Not Changed at Ellis Island - Kenneth A. Bravo, JD

    in History

    Why the New York Times is Wrong – Using Basic Genealogy Tools and Methods to Show that Your Family Name Was Not Changed At Ellis Island.


    There is a common misconception, call it an old wives tale or an urban legend, that family names were often changed at Ellis Island.  Such myths gain a great deal of credibility when newspapers such as the New York Times, the country’s “paper of record”, perpetuates these myths by repeating them, in this case in obituaries.


    When Kenneth saw one of these obituaries a few years ago, he wrote to the Times pointing out their error and suggesting sources that they could check to verify what he was saying.  When they seemed to ignore him, he did the research on the family of the person named in the obituary and was able to show what the name was when the family immigrated and how the family name changed as they adapted to life in the United States.  He sent all of the proof to the Times and was still ignored.  Finally the Times responded.  They were not going to do anything to correct the erroneous obituary but suggested they might do a news story on the issue.  The experience led him to do a search of other Times obituaries with the Ellis Island story.  He located about half a dozen.  After doing the research on each, he was able to show the original name for each of them.


    Kenneth A. Bravo received his JD from The Ohio State University, College of Law and his B.A. degree in Economics from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.  He is Vice President of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) and, the former president and current member of the Board of Trustees of the Jewish Genealogy Society of Cleveland.  Bravo has lectured on a number of genealogical topics.

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