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Join us tonight and find out more on how the Grand Cross Part 2 is effecting all of us on the planet. Diane Fleck, Astrologer and Intuitive is going to help walk us through this. You can find Diane at www.DianeFleck.com
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Maui remains one of the most popular Hawaiian islands for good reason. The island gets more than 2.2 million visitors each year, but the local population is only 150,000. But even at the better known and larger resorts, there are still some great secrets only the locals know. This week’s Travel Today podcast from Maui, and more specifically the Grand Wailea, which is now a Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
We’ll be joined by Doctor Norm Estin, a pioneer in Hawaiian urgent care, to discuss his most unusual island practice and making beach calls. Then we visit with Mark Dunkerley, CEO of Hawaiian Airlines, who talks about the changing dynamics of travel in the 50th state, as well as what he loves and hates about airline travel. And if you can’t get enough of airplanes, why not fly one? We sit down with Laurence Balter, owner and instructor at the Maui Flight Academy, to learn about his one of a kind sightseeing flights over Maui, Lanai and Molokai. Who is at the controls on these adventures? You are! All this and more from the Grand Wailea!
DJ MLK was born Marlon LaTodd King and even though his name denotes royalty, his beginnings were humble. “I’m a country boy from Washington, GA. It’s a small town an hour from Atlanta. But, growing up there taught me to get it.” This is a lesson DJ MLK learned well because “in Atlanta, you’ve got to keep yourself very busy.” To that end, DJ MLK holds court over 100,000 party goers 7 days a week by spinning at various clubs throughout the city. As a result, “I’m able to play all types of music from hip-hop to dance to Top 40 giving me a lot of flexibility.” This adaptability works well for DJ MLK as it gives him the ability to rock corporate events including those for Heineken, Ciroc, and Hennessey.
In between the numerous gigs, DJ MLK manages upcoming writers and producers under the Life Without Music umbrella. Plus, he collaborates with Black Bill Gates and DJ Scream along with the Hood Rich family to create a mixtape circuit with a reach numbering in the tens of thousands headlined by artists such as T.I. of whom DJ MLK is also the official road DJ for.
“Thanks to this blessing, I’ve been all over the world and on national TV shows such as VH1’s ‘Story-Tellers,’ BET’s ‘Rip The Runway’ and ‘106 & Park,’ in addition to ‘Live from Rockefeller Plaza’ in NYC for New Year’s!” Also, DJ MLK fills multiple positions throughout Grand Hustle from mixshow promotions to the street team. And he has a grasp on the future via his digital music promotions site ugotwaxx.com.
DJ MLK works so hard he coined the phrase, “goodnight don’t exist in Atlanta.” Now thanks to his branding, marketing skills and the 60,000+ followers of his twitter (@DJMLK), Facebook (DJMLK), Instagram (DJMLK) , his phrase is the official hashtag of the streets.
Ladies and gentlemen we are in for an informative time on this episode of In Life Now Radio as we listen and learn from Kent County Commissioner Candace Chivis who is over District 17, and City Commissioner Ruth Kelly who is serving the 2nd Ward in the city of Grand Rapids, MI which is a part of Kent County. Let's find out what it takes to become a commissioner and what you have to do in order to be relevant and help sustain a community!
The first African American woman to serve as a Kent County commissioner, Candace Chivis said, "I felt that my voice wasn't being heard. The voice of an African American female wasn't being heard. And obviously it wasn't, because I'm going to be the first one."
Second Ward City Commissioner, Ruth Kelly said, "I had spent a lot of time getting out in the community, listening to people and making sure I understood the issues," Kelly said. "I believe in problem-solving and I think that good, well-crafted public policy can solve problems and prevent them."
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1. What is Natural Law ?
2. What is Universal Law ?
3. Common Law?
4. What is the birth certificate ?
5. What are federal reserve notes ?
6. What do you get exactly for your labor ?
7. What is the grand jury ?
8. How many people make up a grand jury ?
9. How is a common law grand jury formed ?
10. Can a grand jury indite an elected official ?
11. How many grand jury hand books are there in America ?
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Teresa Weatherall Neal has worked for GRPS for 35 years. She started out as a student worker as a teenager. She has worked in numerous capacities throughout the district including as an Administrative Assistant, Coordinator of Compliance, and Co-Director of Community and Student Service. Just prior to her appointment to Superintendent, she worked as the Assistant Superintendent of Community and Student Affairs for seven years.
She has a love for both the students of Grand Rapids and the city itself. She, herself, is a product of Grand Rapids. She comes from a large family with deep roots in the City. She is proud of her education in GRPS and will brag to anyone that she attended South Middle School and graduated from Creston High School.
In her State of the Schools Address, Superintendent Neal made a statement that seemed to resonate with many people in the District and in the community. She stated, “These are our students, our schools, and this is our City.” She truly believes this and is working, and has charged her staff to work, with that statement in mind
Greg has now been expanding his musical selection and one of the groups he listens to may just put a little funk in your step. A local Chicago Funk band, whysowhite, has been catching the ears of the hipster Chicago crowd. whysowhite has some great musical experience touring Chicago venues and performing at musical festivals for the past three years. Have a listen. You may just "Get Busy."
Grand Heat Radio: Music strictly from the underground artist, 3 Grand and his label Grand Heat Beats.
You never know what you may get on this show. This is only the first episode, so stay tuned and watch 3 as he takes over the Georgia music scene one step at a time !
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