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Tonight, I am still dealing with my foot injury and so I thought I'd air the audio from the Babylon Rising seminar that I did at the Cape Town, South Aftica conference back in November 2012. If you don't know what I'm talking about concerning my foot, please see: http://www.virtualhousechurch.com/what-s-happening/pleaseprayforrobskiba
More and more Zambians are finding themselves in Cape Town for different reasons. In 2004, a group of them formed the Zambian Association in Cape Town (ZACT). Their objective, among others was to create an association which would serve as a forum for Zambians and their friends to mingle for purposes of making their stay in Cape Town, easier, enjoyable, and successful as well as support each other in times of need. Kambidima speaks to Ntheye Lungu and Charity Hamainza to find out if ZACT has achieved its main objective of creating a vibrant, happy, and successful community that will contribute economically to the host country South Africa and help develop the motherland Zambia.
Ntheye (ZACT President) has been actively involved in the "diaspora" Zambian community for the past 11 years. In 2001, he helped launch the Zambia Society (ZAMSOC)—a society that serves Zambians students at the University of Cape Town—and become the first President. During his stint in the United Kingdom, Ntheye continued to enhance and contribute towards the community of Zambians living abroad. He is currently a member of the Zambia Diaspora Connect group and a regular contributor on forums and blogs that discuss Zambian affairs (http://pa-nsaka.blogspot.com/). Ntheye has a background Financial Services.
Charity (ZACT Vice President) has been living in the "diaspora" for the last 14 years, mostly in South Africa and the United Kingdom. Her passion for creating "a home away from home" has seen her actively contribute to building a community of Zambians living abroad. In 2004, she was part of Zambians in Durban, South Africa, that started the Association of Zambians in Kwazulu Natal. She was also actively involved in the Zambia Milton Keynes Association while living in the United Kingdom. Charity has a background in Finance and Accounting.
Join us tonight as we speak with Gregg Clark of "Where Shadows Walk" tours of Franklin, North Carolina.. You can visit his website at whereshadowswalk.com..
“Ghost tours can be rich and insightful, but they can be absolutely hokey,” explained Clark, whose mix of academic specificity, down-to-earth look and flair for weaving authoritative, captivating yarns, is anything but hokey. “We want everyone to know that this is not silly. These are so real, and the stories are grisly. Some of them are horrific and horrifying, but they’re real, and they represent chapters in the life of this town. They’re rich; they’re gritty; they’re real.”
The real-life history of Macon County, said Clark, is a sometimes ghastly, always intriguing tapestry of narratives that doesn’t need embellishing as much as it needs uncovering. So while Clark and his wife, Pauletta, may be the ones unearthing the past, they’re really just helping the past speak for itself.
For the Clarks, both teachers, what they do now is just an extension of a long-held love of history and a desire to fill a niche they’ve long lamented was empty.
Clark is a Macon County native who yearned for local history that he wasn’t getting in school.
It is past the time for talking, it is the time for acting!!!!!! The violence is growing at an alarming rate,
the bodies are piling up at an alarming rate, the memorials are seen all over town at an alarming rate, the ideas are plenty but the solutions are none... This is a trend that needs to stop now.....STOP THE VIOLENCE!!!!!!!!
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BOBAFLEX is known as one of the hardest working bands in the country. Renowned for their high energy, live shows and relentless touring the band was formed in 1998 by brothers Shaun and Marty McCoy. The brothers are known for their ancestral ties to the most infamous family feud in American history between the Hatfield and McCoy. The interest of the feud has spurred of late a mini-series, many documentaries and an upcoming modern day version series debuting this Fall. BOBAFLEX released their 6th album CHARLATAN’S WEB on BFX RECORDS on September 10th. The long anticipated follow up to 2011’s HELL IN MY HEART that featured the singles BURY ME WITH MY GUNS ON, CHEMICAL VALLEY and THE SOUND OF SILENCE. The first single off the album BAD MAN peaked at #32 on the charts and their new single I'M GLAD YOU'RE DEAD is off to a better start. The band consisting of brothers, Shaun (vocals, guitars) and Marty McCoy (vocals, guitars), Jerod Mankin (vocals, bass), Tommy Johnson (drums) and newly added David Tipple (guitars) will be bringing their tour from coast-to-coast in support of the new album and single, BAD MAN hitting the airwaves in July. Their catalog is rounded out by PRIMITIVE EPIC (2003) on Eclipse Records; APOLOGIZE FOR NOTHING (2005) and TALES FROM DIRT TOWN (2007) on TvT Records and CHEMICAL VALLEY (2010) which they self-released. The band is not dreading on the past anymore as they embattled a troubled label, legal battles and just looking ahead to the future. For more information, visit www.theofficialbobaflex.com
MAN ABOUT TOWN
Join veteran actor, DONN CARL HARPER for his weekly show MAN ABOUT TOWN. Listen in as he discusses the ins and outs of HOLLYWOOD and join discussions with up and coming artists, actors, authors, politicians and other people you should know.
Mr. Harper is also a RELATIONSHIP EXPERT. Call in and join the conversations about all aspects of LOVE, MARRIAGE and FAMILY relationships.
All things considered are discussed in small town Kansas coffee bars.
Join former state lawmaker of the old 9th district, lifelong public school teacher and administrator, Bill Otto, and "the Lineball Sisters" Kay and Sondra as they share recollections, current events and commentary on rural life in Kansas.
Blogging recipes and state news and the names of dead pets, relatives and friends at the LeRoy Reporter web site.
"A progressive town of friendly people."
News from along the Neosho River in southeast Kansas.
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This week Jeremy and Dave explore Route 66 in Texas – home of the Panhandle Plains! Join us as we visit the home of the world's largest steaks (Big Texan Steak Ranch), the most offbeat public art project in America (Cadillac Ranch), and an abandoned Route 66 ghost town (Glenrio), along the way in Texas.
In this week’s Travel Q&A, Jeremy discusses the cleanest & dirtiest things in your hotel room. This week’s Travel Archive shares some classic commercials from the Golden Age of radio. In the On the Lighter Side comedy segment, there's more fun comedy the whole family can enjoy.
Join us for another hour of roadtripping, travel, and fun on this week’s edition of Road Trip Radio!
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Today we are fortunate to have two guests: Tracy Krauss & Kathy Nickerson.
Tracy starts the show off at 11.30AMEST and Kathy joins us part way through the broadcast at 12PMEST.
Here is a little bit on both authors:
Tracy Krauss:Tracy Krauss is an author, playwright, artist, director, and teacher. She grew up in small town Saskatchewan and received her Bachelor of Education Degree in Saskatoon with majors in Art, English and History. She has lived in many interesting places in northern Canada, many of them north of the 60th parallel. She is currently a full time High School teacher of Art, Drama, English and History. She is currently working on several novels and stage plays, and resides with her husband in beautiful Tumbler Ridge, BC.
Kathy Nickerson writes from her home in rural Missouri, where she lives with her husband of nearly forty years. They are the parents of four children who grew up to become their best friends and who have given them thirteen grandchildren, so far.
Kathy's writing credits include magazines such as Discipleship Journal, Angels on Earth, Focus on the Family, Proto, and Kyria.com. Some of her stories have also been published in collected works by Bethany House and Guideposts Books. Her novel, Thirty Days to Glory, received the 2014 CSPA Fiction Book of the Year Award.
This show is all about the historic town of Gettysburg Pa. The good, the bad, the ugly of the past, present, & future. Geared towards local issues as well as tourist information about upcoming events and goings on surrounding the Adams County, Gettysburg, Pa area. Join in yourself, or just listen in.
Gettysburg is about more than the battle, although that is our main tourist attraction we are also home to Baseball Hall of fame pitcher... Gettysburg Eddie, Gettysburg Bike week, Rememberance Day, Apple Harvest Festival, wineries, and lots of great restaurants, shops, museums and much much more.
Join host Gettysburg Gerry each morning Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, as well as lunch somewhere in the Gettysburg, Adams County area Tuesday and Thurdays. Learn where the locals go, and what is the latest and greatest that is happening in the area. There's always entertainment happening, and this is the place to find out about it.