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John Boyd, Principal at The Boyd Company, has used the words "second war among the states" as a comparison for the competition that’s currently heating up among cities in the US that are seeking to be your datacenter hosts of choice. We’ll discuss this present-day "war" with Boyd and get his perspectives on who’s winning and why.
Michael Nutter is the 2nd term Mayor of Philadelphia, the nation's 5th largest city. In the course of his time in office, Philadelphia saw its first increase in population since 1950, indicating a new influx of residents to the City of Brotherly Love. Mayor Nutter has been lauded for several specific strategic focuses, including a strong drive for sustainability, laying the conditions for technological innovation through open government and data sharing, and a serious effort to reduce crime and sharply reduce the frequency of black on black violence.
In this episode of Cities at Work, we will discuss a few key elements of Philadelphia's last few years of evolution.
May 8, 2014 – City transportation, policy & the psychology of urban life. A regular contributor to The Atlantic and Fast Company, Eric Jaffe writes about cities, transportation, history and behavioral science. The author of A Curious Madness An American Combat Psychiatrist, a Japanese War Crimes Suspect, and an Unsolved Mystery from World War II (2014) and The King's Best Highway (2010). Follow @e_jaffe on Twitter.
Riverside is one hip city. In fact it’s among the top 20 list of America’s Coolest Cities according to Forbes Magazine. The annual ranking was released this week and seemed to catch many Riversiders by surprise.
Watch video on Riverside and it's history.
The Cost of Genetically Modified Foods:
Genetically modified foods, or GMOs, are in an estimated 80% of packaged foods. Some companies, like Ben & Jerry’s, are trying to go GMO-free. But it’s not easy. We'll answer your questions.
Detroit has a water problem and Mayor Duggan says it's about unpaid bills.
Sister Radio returns with a hard-hitting, guts and glory show - Big Dreams & Big Cities!
When it comes to dreaming BIG, most of us leave our small towns, our states or countries and move to the Big City. Whether you're dreaming in Los Angeles, New York, London or anywhere among skyscrapers and hope, you understand the joy of creating the life of your dreams. Come get encouraged, laugh and pay your respects to the dreams we dream, and the cities that make them come true.
As Always, We'll Be Playing the BEST in Hip-Hop and R&B!
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On today's Talk About, hosts Rez and Andy discuss the 13 alleged Most "Dangerous" Cities in the U.S. The Street recently published an article of the Top 13 Most Dangerous Cities in America, but what do they mean by "dangerous" and is it accurate. Rez and Andy hit the streets to ask citizens for opinions.
Call in and talk with Rez and Andy as they reveal the Top 13 Most Dangerous Cities. (Call-In 909.202.8606)
Get your FREE audio book and Audible trial subscription. We recommend the book: Crime & Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
This Week My Guest Are Buce Fleckenstein Of Xcaliber & Steve Irons Of Cities/Circle Of Thorns
The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show! Classic 80's Underground. 'Playing The Best Of All The Rest' Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'
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For more than a century, the Saint Paul Hotel has been the premier home-away-from-home for Twin Cities visitors. Hear why when Pete Zellmer joins Dan and Christine on the July 17 Travel Itch Radio on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com.
This spontaneous prophecy is on several key topics including the "Endtime Goshen Cities of Refuge."
There is today trouble in America's cities Fathers, Mothers, Politicians, Clergy. Turn from your wicked ways and claim healing for the land today. "The energy of the young is a blessing or a curse on society". As go the youth, as go the future. It is today's adults who creates those curses and blessings on our society daily. First and foremost, the power to make the difference is in the hands of adults, citizens / voters. Every citizen eligible to register to vote must do so promptly. Go now, today, put your name on the books, and when your elected officials here of your activities I can promise you will then have the power to ask for jobs today and receive jobs today. Do not ask amiss. Register to vote, ask and you will you will receive according to scripture.
The energy of the working class always has and always will promote health and wealth throughout the land. When the working class falls out of their element, their misery is visited upon the land, creating negative energy, and the result is one crisis after the other. The energy of the jobless drags a society down.
It is the energy of the corrupt that growths the trouble of poverty for the cities of America. When the corrupt focus on money for self society falls through the cracks. The energy of the corrupt in power in the land causes a curse on society. Those with power speak of tomorrow, when it is today that must be repaired 1st if we are to have a better tomorrow. The energy of the citizens is focused around jobs. To bring the jobs into reality, the energy of registered citizens must be launched into the universe. No one can do everything but everyone can do something. Every eligible citizen and register to vote. Those ineligible to vote this time around and GOTV but talking, transporting others, encouraging fellow citizens.
Join me and my guest Alan Bracken as we talk about the October 10th, 2014 L2 LEARN LEAD LEADERSHIP TRAINING SIMULCAST featuring world-class speakers. Profits of this event are going to the Wounded Warrior Project and the Tri-Cities Military Affairs Council. To purchase tickets visit www.alanbracken.com
Join hosts La Juana Whitmore and Jocelyn Bessard as we talk about Black Love in the Twin Cities...is it dead and gone? What's really going on between our Black brothers and sisters in the Twin?