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  • 00:30

    The Chosen Few, Best of Chicago Poetry, Online

    in Poetry

    Vittorio Carli teaches film, literature, and humanities at Moraine Valley Community College and Richard J. Daley College. He also freelances for less than impressive financial incentives. He spends half his time in danger (in Little Village) and the other in boredom (in Oak Lawn).


    His first collection of poetry entitled A Passion for Apathy  was published by The Press of the Third Mind in 2013 and a sequel may be coming out in the next year.


    He hosts a monthly poetry show at the art colony at 2630 W Fletcher (off Rockwell and Belmont) on the second Saturday of each month from 7-9 p.m.Featuring poetry, spoken word, stand-up, performance art, and music. Almost anything goes! No entrance fee.


    He is an unmarried, childless bookaholic, and has never been to prison.


    A letter  by him was recently published by the Chicago Tribune and it can be viewed at http://www.artinterviews.org/my-letter-to-the-chicago-tribune/.
    His film and art reviews have appeared on www.reelmoviecritic.com (no longer online), chicagopoetry.com and in the publications: Dialogue, Venus, Chicago Artist’s News, The Daily Herald, The Star Newspapers, Tunnel Rat, and Letter eX.
     
     
    His poems have been published in The Chosen Few, Best of Chicago Poetry, Online! the Chicago Poetry Renaissance, Café Review, Rambunctious Review, Polvo, The American Dissident, Dissent, Struggle: The Journal of Revolutionary Literature, Mind in Motion, Alphabeat Press, Alternative Press, Poems of the World, Religious Humanism, The World Salad Anthology, and The Anti Mensch.


     

  • 00:15

    Something About Harry and Carli

    in Music

    Listen in as host Thom Wilder and guest John Livingston not only play some of their favorite music but also discuss why those songs and artists play an important role in their lives. This week: Harry Nilsson and Carli Bruni

  • 00:19

    Carli Lloyd US Women's Soccer

    in Sports

    #76: Carli Lloyd, US Women's Soccer http://www.carlilloyd.com

  • 00:59

    REVEAL YOUR EXCELLENCE w/ The On-Camera Coach! Renai Ellison

    in Self Help

    REVEAL YOUR EXCELLENCE w/ The On-Camera Coach! Renai Ellison airs every 2nd and 4th Saturday of the month at 10am EST on Life Coach Radio Networks. This episode focuses on the tactics one might take to RePurpose Your LIfe. The RePurpose Coach Kelly Carli joins The On-Camera Coach! Renai Ellison for an in-depth discussion.


     


    ABOUT THE HOST: RENAI ELLISON, The On-Camera Coach!


    Currently, I am a certified personal development coach. My coaching practice was born in 2007 and has been redefined as a result of the incredible training I received from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). My coaching practice focuses on helping you to access higher levels of energy so that you can create the life you desire. 


     


    ABOUT THE GUEST: KELLY CARLI, The RePurpose Coach


    I am a certified professional life coach trained in The Core Energy™ Coaching Process along with a certification as an Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner (ELI-MP). My journey has inspired me to work with those looking to rePURPOSE- to explore and design a plan for NOW, for MOVING AHEAD!


     

  • 01:03

    Womens World Cup, Glasgow Rangers, Brendan Rodgers, Petr Cech

    in Sports

    We welcome Scot rangersStewart who shares a wealth of knowledge about the Rangers, the Scottish League and everything football.  We react to the Women's World Cup from both American and Lionesses fans' perspectives - would England have beaten the USA in the final if not for Laura Bassett's tragic own goal? How do England fans feel about the team and the future of women's soccer? Was Carli Loyd's mid pitch shot the best women's goal ever? What happened to the Glasgow Rangers and what is the state of their comeback? Would Rangers and Celtics make it in the BPL? Previous guest Ony Dozie, General Manager of the UPSL team L.A. Wolves reviews their leagues US Open Cup game against the MLS champions L.A. Galaxy and previews the Wolves' upcoming tie against the Mexican League Club America under 20s on July 18. The panel debates if the addition of Petr Cech makes the BPL title Arsenal's to lose. Despite the team's six additions, is Brendan Rodgers going to last the season as the Manager of the Reds? The panel makes their preseason picks for the League title and much more in this weeks version of the Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show!

  • 00:39

    VOC Sports: Football 2 Futbol: 2015 FIFA WWC: USA vs. Japan Post-Game Talk

    in Soccer

    This is the post-game analysis for the USA Women vs. Japan 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup Final match.


    Sean and Matt are once again joined by Chris Asbrock to discuss the USWNT vs Japan game.


    We discuss how the USA won the World Cup for the first time in 16 years, who's our player of the tournament? Who's to praise the most after this landmark victory? What did we think of the game itself? All of this is touched upon and more.

  • 00:30

    Football 2 Futbol: 2015 WWC: USA vs. Germany Semi-Final Match Post-Game Talk

    in Soccer

    This is the post-game analysis for the USA Women's National Team vs. Germany Semi-Final match.

    Sean and Matt are once again joined by Chris Asbrock to break down what happened in the USWNT vs Germany game.

    The USWNT are going to the Women's World Cup Final, but we discuss how they did it, the best performances, and a whole lot more.

    We also end things by discussing who would be the best match-up for the USA, who we think will wind up in the final, and who will ultimately win when it is all said and done.

  • 00:37

    VOC Sports: Football 2 Futbol: FIFA WWC 2015: US Women vs. China Post-Game

    in Soccer

    This is a special edition of Football 2 Futbol doing post-game analysis for the USA Women's National Team vs. China Quarterfinal match. Sean and Matt are joined by a returning Chris Asbrock to break down the USWNT vs. China game, who was the best player of the match, the changes made by Jill Ellis, and more.

    Now that one Semi-Final match-up is set, the guys also look ahead to the USWNT next challenge against a fearsome Germany side that defeated France 5-4 on penalties earlier today after a 1-1 draw after extra time.

    Then things are rounded out by looking at the USMNT 23 man squad that Jurgen Klinsman selected for the CONCACAF Gold Cup, which begins very soon.

  • 00:15

    USA vs China Women's World Cup Review, Argentina vs Colombia Copa America Review

    in Soccer

    0:00 - 21:00 Review of the USWNT's 1-0 win over China in the Women's World CUp quarterfinal, thanks to Jill Ellis stealing Jurgen Klopp's brain, Carli Lloyd's eight-foot vertical and Julie Johnston's inebitable appearance on the $10 bill.

    21:00 - 33:00 Review of Argentina's Copa America quarterfinal win over Colombia, including Leo Messi on a one-man mission, the nearly unbeatbale David Ospina, Jose Pekerman changing his mind 24 minutes in, and Colombia players blaming the turf for their penalty kick misses. 


  • 01:02

    DSMA Live with Carli Visser

    in Caregiving

    DSMA Live with Carli Visser and Co-hosts Scott K. Johnson, Cherise Shockley and George Simmons 
     
    Carli recently wrote Freckled Fingertips: short stories of a lifelong disease. At fourteen months old she was diagnosed with type I diabetes. Along with the diagnosis she was challenged to a duel with her own body. The fight has been relentless and the disease constant. Every aspect of her life is affected. Growing up diabetic Carli watched other girls her age play with dolls, while learning to regulate her blood sugar levels and give herself lifesaving injections. Every day of her life she is held accountable for each energy exertion and caloric intake, and this responsibility has caused an unattainable desire for perfection. Carli internalized much of the pressure and frustration diabetes caused, and until she learned to share her story and empathize with other diabetics, she felt alone in her disease. It has been Carli’s inability to allow diabetes to be an excuse which has given her the power required to overcome this disease.

  • 00:29

    Interview with Twin Kennedy

    in Music

    Their musical bond is as strong as their small town roots: Twin Kennedy, comprised of West Coast sisters Carli and Julie Kennedy, have been making music together since they could talk. Born and raised in the small town of Powell River, British Columbia, the sister duo grew up perfecting their sibling harmonies and dynamic live performances, while making their name known throughout their small community as a family band.


    Growing up in such a musically infused family, it is no wonder that these sisters crafted their sound through a unique fusion of their background in country, folk, jazz and classical music. With years of classical training, including their Bachelors Degrees in Music Performance from the University of Victoria, the sisters have found their home in country music. With Carli on vocals and guitar, and Julie on vocals and violin, these petite powerhouses will fill your soul with joy and warmth through their seamless harmonies and heartfelt songwriting.


    Having released two EPs - and receiving seven BCCMA Award nominations since 2012 - as Carli & Julie Kennedy, these sisters are set to debut their first album as Twin Kennedy on April 7th. Produced by multiple CCMA and JUNO award winning artist George Canyon and renowned producer Graham Sharkey, the album "It's A Love Thing" is a beautifully honest account of the ebb and flow of the navigation through love and life.