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  • 00:56

    Morning Moments With Maia; Jason Goldsmith on Autism and Dynamic Communication

    in Education

    Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L., writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia is joined each week on Morning Moments With Maia...Conversations of Love and Laughter by an eclectic lineup of guests who live their lives with love and laughter and work to help others do the same.


    www.withloveandlaughter.ca


    Jason Goldsmith is an industrial designer and communication artist who founded the company The Big Blue Hug in 2006 to share his story of fatherhood to autism advocate. Having developed the creative communication methodology, Picture Talking, as a means of unlocking his relationship with his son, Jason now gives regular trainings on language stimulation in schools, developmental centres and universities and is considered a leading autism advocate whose work has received national and local media attention through interviews with CBC (Montrealer of the week), CJAD (Tommy Schnurmacher), and CTV.  Jason Goldsmith received an award for his contribution to the Montreal autism community from the Montreal Autism Awareness Gala 2011 and The Big Blue Hug has been awarded Le Concours québécois en entrepreneuriat 2007, Montreal West. Today Jason joins Maia to share a conversation about his own journey to autism advocacy and how art can at once connect and inspire.


    www.thebigbluehug.com

  • 01:00

    Bert Martinez joined by Karen R. Koenig, Marshall Goldsmith, John Brunnquell

    in Business

    Dr. Marshall Goldsmith author or editor of 35 books, which have sold over two million copies, been translated into 30 languages and become bestsellers in 12 countries.  He has written two New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There – a Wall Street Journal #1 business book, winner of the Harold Longman Award for Business Book of the Year and one of the Nielsen Bookscan top ten bestselling management books published in the US in the past ten years


    John Brunnquell president of Egg Innovations. John has made his career in the Egg Industry and has been a leader for 25 years in the specialty egg industry with multiple patents and innovations to his credit. John founded Egg Innovations in the 1990’s as an offshoot of the family farm operations. John has specialized in finding enhanced value for shell eggs


    Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, MEd, is the author of Outsmarting Overeating as well as five other books about eating and weight. A psychotherapist, eating coach, and speaker, she has been working with troubled eaters for over 30 years. A frequently quoted expert in both the popular media and professional literature

  • 01:00

    Bert Martinez joined by Karen R. Koenig, Marshall Goldsmith, John Brunnquell

    in Business

    Dr. Marshall Goldsmith author or editor of 35 books, which have sold over two million copies, been translated into 30 languages and become bestsellers in 12 countries.  He has written two New York Times bestsellers, MOJO and What Got You Here Won’t Get You There – a Wall Street Journal #1 business book, winner of the Harold Longman Award for Business Book of the Year and one of the Nielsen Bookscan top ten bestselling management books published in the US in the past ten years


    John Brunnquell president of Egg Innovations. John has made his career in the Egg Industry and has been a leader for 25 years in the specialty egg industry with multiple patents and innovations to his credit. John founded Egg Innovations in the 1990’s as an offshoot of the family farm operations. John has specialized in finding enhanced value for shell eggs


    Karen R. Koenig, LCSW, MEd, is the author of Outsmarting Overeating as well as five other books about eating and weight. A psychotherapist, eating coach, and speaker, she has been working with troubled eaters for over 30 years. A frequently quoted expert in both the popular media and professional literature

  • Open Talk: A Conversation with Chief Michael Goldsmith

    in Lifestyle

    The Norfolk Police Department is proud to introduce Chief Michael Goldsmith as Chief of Police effective June 12, 2012. Chief Goldsmith joined the Norfolk Police Department in February, 1989. Most recently he served as the Commanding Officer of the Administrative Services Bureau. In this role, he improved procedures to track recruit demographics to increase retention and provide a more efficient recruiting process. He also served as the Commanding Officer of the Homeland Security Division where he implemented the Department’s anti-terrorism strategy to include the protection of critical infrastructure. He developed the Norfolk Harbor Patrol into the premier law enforcement entities of its kind in the state.

    Chief Goldsmith has extensive leadership and command experience. He supervised investigative, patrol and tactical units throughout his 23 year career. He also managed patrol responses and critical incidents involving the Special Operations Team. Chief Goldsmith also served as the Commanding Officer of the Office of Professional Standards where he supervised all aspects of administrative investigations concerning police misconduct and citizen complaints.  


     

  • 00:05

    Interview with Barry Goldsmith

    in Sports

    This interview is with Kingsborough Community College coach Barry Goldsmith. The interview dicusses Barry's induction into the Hall of Fame for college coaches. In addition, the inerview dissects the ins and outs of coaching and junior tournament training. Barry is candid and entertaining. 

  • 00:31

    Gretchen Goldsmith: The Easter Story

    in Current Events

    How much do you really know about the Easter story and Christ’s death and resurrection? Join us on The River Monday at 11 AM Pacific for new insights from Gretchen Goldsmith the publisher at Rose Publishing.



    Do we know why the hill where Jesus was crucified was called Golgotha, the Place of the Skull?
    How long did Jesus know that Judas would betray him?
    Did Jesus warn his disciples that he would die? If so, why didn’t they believe him?
    What role did Jesus himself have in the timing of the crucifixion?
    Why was his sacrifice necessary?

  • 00:45

    Jeremy Goldsmith - Internal Rhyme Interview

    in Books

    Tonight Bonnie Kaye welcomes up and coming star of Hip Hop and Spoken Word, Jeremy Goldsmith also known as Internal Rhyme.


    By coincidence, Jeremy is Bonnie's nephew and a student at Rutgers's University in New Jersey. Jeremy has been performing in the Philadelphia/New Jersey area for over five years. He has a number of videos that can be seen on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/comedicmusician.  You can visit his Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/internalrhyme.


     Spoken Word is a performance artistic poem that is word-basic. It often includes collaboration and experimentation with other art forms such as music, theater, and dance. However, spoken word usually tends to focus on the words themselves, the dynamics of tone, gestures, facial expressions, and not so much on the other art forms. In entertainment, spoken-word performances generally consist of storytelling or poetry.


    Jeremy takes the literary devises that he picked up in his poetry experience and combines them with rhythm and smooth beats. He started writing lyrics over nine years ago and has been recording tracks since he turned thirteen. He started performing publicly in high school at annual talent shows and currently performs at venues all across the greater Philadelphia/New Jersey area.  


    His music is used to inform or make an audience conscious of some human aspect pertaining to life. Often the words contain curse words which stand for freedom of expression rather than judgment against the poet repeating them.


     


     

  • 01:04

    Special Edition Radio Program

    in Christianity

    "LIVE" from Atlanta!


    Listen "LIVE" around the World Saturday, January 16, 2016 @ 12PM-12:30PM USA, EDT & 11AM-11:30AM USA, CST.


    Kayla Padgett & The Finding My Way Radio Network (USA/WORLD) welcomes NEW Radio Program "H.O.P.E." with Host: Ajieta Turner as she brings Hope and Healing around the World!


    Hosea 2:15 "God is the only one who can make the valley of trouble a door of HOPE."


    Call in to listen @ 1 (347) 850-8560!


    Facebook @finding.myway.92          Instagram @wayfindingmy


    www.findingmwaychannel.com


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    ***Finding My Way Children's Network Presents***


    The Jayden Christopher Radio Show!


    Tune in Saturday, January 16, 2016 @ 11:30AM-12PM USA, CST as Actor/Model Jayden Christopher Triplett (5 YR OLD) interviews Dancer, Mariah Renee Goldsmith (7 YR OLD)!


    Call in to listen @ 1 (347) 850-8560!


    www.findingmywaychannel.com      Instagram @wayfindingmy     Facebook - finding.myway.92

  • 01:03

    "SPY FI": MISSION, U.N.C.L.E., AND THE "SPECTRE" OF BOND - THEN AND NOW

    in Film

    Two of 2016's biggest worldwide box office hits, SPECTRE and MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - ROUGE NATION, have their origins in the "Spy Fi" craze of the 1060s. But how, in a decade crowded with popular TV and film competitors such as THE AVENGERS, I SPY, WILD WILD WEST, MATT HELM, OUR MAN FLINT and MODESTY BLAISE did James Bond, MISSION and U.N.C.L.E. emerge as the most popular and long lasting? Screenwriter / filmmakers Craig Jamison & Jim Delaney take a colorfully indepth and entertaining look at the origins of Spy Fi's "Big Three" along with their 2016 big screen reboots. Our retrospective (and look ahead!) includes film audio clips, archival interviews with Ian Fleming, Robert Vaughn and Martin Landau; popular music score excerpts from John Barry, Lalo Schifrin, Jerry Goldsmith and more. And, oh ...  

    Relax and enjoy, because while our journey into Spy Fi may blow your mind, ... this recording will NOT self-destruct in five seconds!  

  • 01:10

    TalkingCARZ "LIVE" @ Meadowdale International Raceway HQ

    in Sports

    Steve Tomaszewski CEO of TalkingCarZ and The Soldiers' Family Tv & Radio starts 2016 with the greatest raceway story ever told by the staff, founders, friends of Meadowdale International Raceway Sat. Jan 2nd, 2016.


    Call in our show and TALK "LIVE" with Steve Tomaszewski and the MIRPA Staff ,legends and drivers.


    Meadowdale International Raceway is located within Raceway Woods near the corners of Route 31 and Huntley Road in the far Northwest Corner of Carpentersville, Illinois. Meadowdale Raceway was a 3.27 mile road course racetrack which opened for its first race on September 14, 1958.  Interestingly, only six months elapsed from the time construction permits were issued until the running of the first race.


    Meadowdale Raceways was the dream of Leonard W. Besinger who was a developer of commercial and residential properties in that locale. Leonard's vision was to make the track a destination in the national racing community thereby bringing people to the area to live, work and relax.


    Meadowdale Raceways saw the early years of many a car, driver and/or race team. Notable figures from the racing community who raced here include Carl Haas, Roger Penske, Bobby Unser, Al Unser, Lance Reventlow, Augie Pabst, Harry Heuer and the famous and historic Scarabs of the Meister Brauser Racing Team; Fred Lorenzen – first NASCAR driver to win $100,000 in a year; Mark Donahue, Sam Posey, Peter Revson, Jim Jeffords and the Nickey Chevrolet Racing Team, Roger Ward, Lloyd Ruby, Curtis Turner, Dan Gurney, Parnelli Jones, Ricardo Rodriguez, Tony DeLorenzo, Tony Adamawicz,  Paul Goldsmith, Gary Nixon, and George Follmer as well as many others.

  • 00:39

    S04-22 A Conversation with Robert Goldsmith

    in Lifestyle

    Robert is an attorney who regularly provides legal and business advice in the areas of public and private securities offerings, entertainment financing, Federal and State securities laws, compliance and corporate transactions.
    After beginning his career as an attorney in the Division of Corporation Finance at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Robert went into private practice in New York  specializing in public offerings and private placements.  He also served as General Counsel to two publicly listed motion picture companies and a privately held telecommunications company in southern California.
    Robert is licensed to practice law in New York and California and is currently in private practice in Beverly Hills, California.  Contact Robert:  http://www.eisnerlaw.com/attorneys/of-counsel/robert-w-goldsmith