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THE CORRIDOR is Long Island’s Journal of Strategic Alliances. We make introductions, provide marketing collateral and create enriched business relationships while offering the public and our target market, the Long Island Business community, a beautiful and informative publication.
We are print and electronic media with presence on Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Google+and with a mailing list of 17,000+. Our Social Network boasts a reach of 200,000. Our own website is still developing, but busy none the less.
Nihar is an award-winning writer, covering inspirational stories around the world. Believe it or not, he stumbled upon writing completely by accident after moving to New York City for the very first time. While in the Big Apple, Nihar noticed that there were thousands of people missing out on the greatness of everyday life, due to the very fast paced lifestyles they lived.
As a result of his observations, he had a big idea to inspire people around the globe by writing a book (which was strange, because he always hated reading books. Why would he ever write one?). With the support of his family and friends though, Nihar ended up debuting his first international book, Win No Matter What, with Balboa Press in June 2013.
Since then, his work has been featured in Washington Square News, U.S. News and World Report, The Huffington Post, and several podcasts. Nihar is now working on a new book, The Corridor of Uncertainty (a heart-warming narrative about the Afghanistan cricket team), which he hopes to release in 2015.
Singer/songwriter Meredith Seidel has become one of the most sought-after performers in the Baltimore/DC corridor. She and her band, Soul Fusion, cover the gamut of genres as they soar from standards to soul to gospel to pop.
She has achieved what every artist strives for: She makes a living from her art. As for any entrepreneur, it was - and continues to be - a lot of hard work. One of the things we talk about is the role her spirituality and meditation practice play in her success as a person and as an artist. She always sees the positive spin on everything, to the point where she cannot write a sad or depressing song; it'll always end up with a hopeful ending. Join us in our conversation and hear a couple of her songs.
Welcome to Happy Talk Radio. My name is GG Stanley. I am your host with the most happy news from coast-to-coast every Saturday at 2:00 PM EST.
Happy Talk Radio is about you and me. Happy Talk Radio presents family friendly topics designed to invigorate your mind, body and soul in happy talk and happy thoughts, to think positive.
Happy Talk Radio concept is to keep you happy and in the know.
Every guest on Happy Talk Radio has a message to inspire and to motive you to strive for greatness.
Today the Macon Arts Alliance is in the house. My amazing guest is Jonathan Harwell-Dye. He is the Director of Communications at Macon Arts Alliance. In 2014, he was named one of Macon Magazine’s Five Under 40 Young Leaders and a GeorgiaForward Young Gamechanger. Harwell-Dye serves on the One Macon Economic Development Strategy Implementation Committee and the College Hill Corridor Commission. He is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Macon, a 2011 graduate of Leadership Bleckley, and is currently part of the inaugural class of the Middle Georgia Regional Leadership Champions program.
Jonathan began his career as a graphic artist at The Courier Herald in Dublin, Ga. where he went on to be online manager and creative director. He was editor of two Herald Publishing weekly newspapers and a continuing education instructor at the former Heart of Georgia Technical College. Harwell-Dye was a social media consultant for multiple organizations and was the social media director of a statewide political campaign. He was co-founder and curatorial director of the Three Cities Group Artist Collective, the gallery curator at the Contemporary Arts Exchange in Macon, and a member of the art committee at Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery in Atlanta. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Georgia.
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Tune in tonight, it’s all about the Atlanta Beltline. This project is the largest urban redevelopment ever undertaken by the City of Atlanta and Program Director Lee Harrop stops in to take us step by step around this 22 mile corridor that circles the city. This sustainable redevelopment project includes a network of public parks, multi-use trails, green space and transit that connects many neighborhoods directly to each other.
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Joel West is a comedian and writer and has been known to talk to lamp posts. He was born in Montreal in 1961 and as a child appeared in the Oscar nominated film “Lies my Father Told Me”. In 1976, while Joel was at summer camp, his parents moved to Toronto. Having tracked them down, Joel also relocated. At the University of Toronto he received several scholarships and awards, made the Dean’s list and, fearing that he might actually complete something, dropped out in his third year. He has worked as a short order cook, salesman, bookkeeper, messenger, technical support person and has received unemployment benefits on more than one occasion.
Joel has performed extensively in the Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto corridor and has also performed in Vancouver, Kitchener, Waterloo, Hamilton, London and Niagara Falls. He appeared in the, soon to be released film, Four Squared production’s “Conversion” a dark comedy of manners, written by Canadian author Kate MacDonald. He has also appeared at the Montreal Fringe Theatre Festival.
Joel has recently lost close to 100 lbs and is writing a book about his experience.
Business of Wednesday Best Resources - Apostle SB Barber talks w/ Kenya McKnight Ahad holds an elected Commissioner seat for District 5 (Covering 8 neighborhoods) and president of the Black Women's Alliance. Topics: What we should know; How to effectively respond/engage on our issues during community & city council meetings; Accessing Funding; Benefits of our Neighborhood Associations; Update on Penn Ave Community Works project (Penn Ave Corridor); Community Development & Transportation (our streets, highways & Rapid Transits coming).
#SBBMS definition of Best Resources are identifiable spiritual & natural suppliers of Resources to elevate & benefit an individual, a community, a nation.
Apostle SB Barber & husband Prophet Charles Stalling lead out GTM5, "We welcome you to join us Friday nights Weekly @ 8:30PM CST, gather with us in our virtual sanctuary Conference Call for prophetic teaching breaking open the Word of the Lord. "The people that know their God shall be strong, and do exploits." GRACE & TRUTH Ministries GTM5 - The Church. Dial in (518) 530-1840 / Access ID 960-976-847 for the online interactive church experience of GRACEMediaNetwork.com -the Legacy Stations. Available also, Listen via our Internet Radio https://www.startmeeting.com/wall/graceandtruthministries. Contact Info: Email: Admin@GTM5.org or Facebook@GMNLiveTv inbox.
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The streamlined minimalist atmosphere of Salon Entourage resembles a European cocktail bar. Boxy art deco-inspired chairs line both sides of a long corridor, which appears endless due to the basic black ceiling, hanging glass light fixtures and stark white walls and floor. On the right, there are no messy counters cluttered with hair-cutting tools and potions; each station sports a white chair facing a full-length mirror and the stylists’ tricks-of-the-trade are secretly hidden in the tall black cabinets which separate each station.
Aaliyah Dana Haughton (January 16, 1979 – August 25, 2001) was an American singer, dancer, actress, and model. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, and raised in Detroit, Michigan. At the age of 10, she appeared on the television show Star Search and performed in concert alongside Gladys Knight. At age 12, Aaliyah signed with Jive Records and her uncle Barry Hankerson's Blackground Records. After Hankerson signed a distribution deal with Jive Records, he signed Aaliyah to his Blackground Records label at the age of 12. Hankerson later introduced her to recording artist and producer R. Kelly, who became Aaliyah's mentor, as well as lead songwriter and producer of the album, which was recorded when she was 14. With the release of Age Ain't Nothing but a Number, rumors circulated of a relationship between Aaliyah and R. Kelly. Shortly after, there was speculation about a secret marriage with the release of "Age Ain't Nothing but a Number" and the adult content that Kelly had written for Aaliyah. On August 25, 2001, Aaliyah and the eight others on board—pilot Luis Morales III, hair stylist Eric Forman, Anthony Dodd, security guard Scott Gallin, video producer Douglas Kratz, stylist Christopher Maldonado, and Blackground Records employees Keith Wallace and Gina Smith—were all killed. After the service, 22 white doves were released to symbolize each year of Aaliyah's life. Aaliyah was interred in a private room at the end of a corridor in the Rosewood Mausoleum at the Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale, New York. The inscription at the bottom of Aaliyah's portrait at the funeral read: "We Were Given a Queen, We Were Given an Angel."
Harmon Taylor Joins us on the show today. Harmon Taylor is an Attorney down in Dallas, Texas email@example.com.
To solve a problem, we must first identify it correctly.
Harmon has been Featured on World Net Daily
Has been Intimatly involved in the OKC Bombing Cases
Harmon through his research has multiple prespectives:
Perspective on the “constitution”
Perspective on Roe v. Wade
Scripture and Mone
Resignation from State Bar of Texas (Can’t/Won’t take an oath to support
this God-hating, America-hating, Texas-hating “governmental” system)
Regular radio program guest on:
Truth Radio (.com), Pastor Massad. To Free America, w/ Randy Yarbrough
Pat Shannan, John Bryant, just to name a few.
1983 BA Physics (Sigma Pi Sigma) (Austin College, Sherman, Texas)
1984 BS Elec. Engr. (Texas A&M, College Station, Texas)
1988 JD (SMU Law School, Dallas, Texas)
Harmon has an extensive Computer Background,
Commercial litigation and tax litigation, mostly.
WE, THE POSTERITY: VOLUNTARY BONDAGE
Income tax activities (supporting “taxpayer” means “fiduciary”)
Roe v. Wade activities
Murrah Building Bombing activities
Trans Texas Corridor activities
Teaching self/home-study courses on the “constitution”
President Barack Obama is finding himself with few friends in Washington.
His former Pentagon chief is criticizing his foreign policy. Longtime political advisers are questioning his campaign strategy. And Democrats locked in tough midterm campaigns don't want Obama anywhere near them between now and Election Day.
Senate Republicans are calling on Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) to block any spending bill that pays for a program they deride as an “ObamaCare taxpayer bailout,” a move that could prompt another shutdown.
Obama says the borders will remain open to air travelers from ebola-infected countries, and those traveling on foot across the southern border. Many are saying he's not doing his job to protect Americans. Should Congress do something about it? If so, what?
Our Capitol Hill Insider Elizabeth Letchworth gives us her take.