• 00:21

    Sports Flash: Editorial on Patriots Deflategate

    in Sports

    An editorial segment on the deflategate scandal that is rocking the National Football League and the Super Bowl.

  • 00:21

    Recording Artist and Author Deborah Hightower returns to Conversations LIVE

    in Entertainment

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back recording artist Deborah Hightower to Conversations LIVE to discuss how she continues to use music to share inspirational messages with the world and what events are coming up that she is supporting.

  • 00:45

    Chicago First Mayoral Debate

    in Politics

    "While the center of the city has flourished tremendously, we need to see the same vitality in Chicago neighborhoods and  promised to hire 1,000 new police officers.There really is a contrast between the central business district and the neighborhoods,the editorial board. "Over the past few years in particular the contrast has sharpened. ... The neighborhoods have been left behind."said Cook County Commissioner Jesus "Chuy" Garcia.


    As the mayor sat in the middle, his four challengers sat feet away, repeating a theme that Emanuel was more focused on downtown, and not so much on Chicago neighborhoods.
    "Emanuel  closed 50 schools, he has closed the mental health clinics in Chicago," said William "Dock" Walls.
    Ald. Bob Fioretti, 2nd, had a chance to make headlines. He promised me before the debate that he wouldn't "back down" from his allegations earlier in the week that the mayor all but killed an investigation into a strong-arm robbery of Rahm's teenage son.


    A new poll released Monday by Ogden & Fry, conducting weekly polls for the mayoral race, it appeared Garcia could force a run-off election.The poll showed Emanuel with a clear lead and 39.5 percent of the vote, Garcia with 18 percent, Wilson with 11.1 percent and Fioretti with 7.5 percent.
    The Victory Research poll of 806 “likely Chicago voters,” showed Emanuel leading with 36.4 percent of the vote. Fioretti was in second with 18.2 percent of the vote and Garcia in third at 12 percent. Wilson and William “Dock” Walls followed in fourth and fifth place with 8.6 percent and 0.9 percent,here was a margin of error of 3.45 percent.


     


     


     


     


     

  • 01:33

    Hugh Gibbs: Etowah Keetoowah Hightower Cherokee Chief

    in Religion

    ?Prerecorded... (do not click left click any links below during interview... use right clicks or player will stop)


    Chief Hugh Gibbs (facebook)


    of the Etowah Keetowah Hightower Cherokee tells of the history of his people.


    The sound quaility of this interview is poor... it was done back in 2007 or so when we had less experience with hardware and software.

  • 01:10

    A Blessed Person, With Dr. Lawrence Schkade

    in Education

    Dr. Lawrence Schkade is a University of Texas System Regents Distinguished Professor Emeritus. He served as Chair, Department of Information Systems and Management Sciences; Dean, College of Business Administration; and Dean, University Graduate School at The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). He also served on the faculties of University of Texas at Austin; Instituto Tecnologico, Monterrey, Mexico; and Louisiana State University. Professor Schkade is a charter member of Decision Sciences Institute (DSI). He served as national vice-president of Alpha Iota Delta and as DSI national president, being named to the DSI Hall of Fame in 2002. He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and also received the Dennis Grawoig Distinguished Service Award and the Outstanding Achievement Award for Best Interdisciplinary Paper (with K. Bandyopadhyay) in 2001. Devoted to graduate students as mentor, advocate and critic, he supervised almost 30 dissertations and many master’s theses. His eclectic publications reflect varied research interests. Dr. Schkade has pursued various research interests, including quantitative methods, human information use and decision styles, systems theory, social work, management of information systems, artificial intelligence and healthcare administration. He has served on several editorial boards, including Decision Sciences, and served as founding Editor of the General Systems Bulletin. Having a long-standing interest in healthcare, he has served a cumulative total of over 50 years as a volunteer advisor, director or trustee of healthcare providers at local, regional and national levels. A heart transplant recipient (1992), his research skills have focused recently on increasing the supply of transplantable organs around the world. 


     

     

  • 00:45

    Super Bowl XLIX Preview

    in Sports

    Shay is joined by Garry to discuss Super Bowl XLIX. Of course, a brief detour to Deflategate-land is necessary and will surely result in some salty language and pointed words towards the endless parade of media hacks currently poisoning the American sports landscape. The game is paramount, however, and will take center stage as we discuss whether or not the Patriots should be favored, if Seattle's defense is going to deliver another historic performance, and, duh, if Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback of all time (spoiler: he is, deal with it).

  • 00:30

    Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou

    in Current Events

    Tonight the Greek election results. Radical leftist and a lot of promises. Also, one million homeless children and the 1% keep getting richer. Other topics include global warming, and Islamic banning building snowmen, examples of of silly police arrests, and more! Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.

  • 01:01

    Touch A Heart

    in Women

    Today's Show:


    Today we will feature our final show to our three part series "Poised, Prepared and in Hot Pursuit" with special guest: Deborah Hightower. Learn how to position yourself for success.


    www.touchaheart.org


     


    Links:

  • 00:31

    GETTING THE BUZZZZ OUT THERE ABOUT MODEL HEAVEN

    in Social Networking

    We are going to interview her, 4 times winner of next face contest!


     


    OUR WINNER OF CONTEST 13TH, 14TH,15TH  & 17TH BECOMING THE NEXT FACE OF TM&TSN

    Heaven Hightower / Professional Runway, Print Model

    9 year old Heaven Hightower better known as Model Heaven has modeled for two years has trained with the best industry professionals Olando Ceo of Multi4orce and Tina B learning different techniques .She also takes acting classes with Cassi Simmons and Mykel Coleman at the Mykel Coleman studio's ..She is in training and on the way as a star.

    For bookings and to follow click at these links:

    https://www.facebook.com/ModelHeaven?fref=ts

    Instagram -Modelheaven1

  • 00:20

    Tuesday Talk with Key West Lou

    in Current Events

    Tonight; New York Police challenging Mayor...still. Also, nine year old in big trouble over pack of gum. A demonstration on how mismanaged juvenile system is. More on Venezuela and the shortages on everyday items. And Greece on the brink. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues. 

  • 01:00

    Zarifa Roberson, CEO of i.d.e.a.l. Magazine for Urban Youth with Disabilities

    in Culture

    Join us for a conversation with Zarifa Roberson, CEO of i.d.e.a.l. Magazine, the exclusive quarterly magazine for Urban Young People with Disabilities (i.d.e.a.l. is an acronym for Individuals with Disabilities Express About Life). The magazine focuses on disability lifestyles, culture and political issues facing the disability community, and features fashion, beauty, health & fitness, entertainment, sports, and editorial sections. We'll discuss i.d.e.a.l. Magazine's efforts to climb to the forefront of voicing concerns in the disability community, and Roberson's goals to be the next Oprah for the disability community and to make the magazine a global household name.


    Roberson is a 35 year old from Philadelphia, PA, born with Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congentia (AMC). She holds a B.S. in Speech Communication with a minor in African American Studies from Millersville University, and M.Ed in Rehabilitation Counseling from Coppin State University.


    PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you every Friday at 12:00 pm EDT/EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.


    Read and subscribe to PA Disability News to stay up to date on news and events of interest to the PA disability community.


    Thanks for listening!

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