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Emotions tend to run high during Holidays. Car Accident worries compound sensitivities. Ways to have happier holiday seasons begin with recognizing states of mind, addressing problems which can be resolved, and choosing how to deal with emotional states when communicating with people. Have an impact on perceptions by joing me, ESTRA in a discussion in making happy holiday season memories while dealing with a car collision.
It's Monday night and we have another installment of the HA pod for them ears. Kick back and enjoy as the boys bring to you your weekly eargasm with segments like ANGRY RANTS, MANLY NEWS, Kayfabe NEWS & much more.
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Tonight we're talking with Geraldine (Geri) Fallo, who, as the Administrator of Cultural Affairs for Hoboken, has coordinated a series of "Sounds of Sinatra" weekends each summer to celebrate the life of Hoboken-born Frank Sinatra, including an annual "Sinatra Idol" contest. For this, the year of the centennial of Sinatra's birth (coming up on December 12th), I thought I'd talk to Geri and find out what makes Sinatra so special to Hoboken and what her role is in making this celebration. We'll also talk about the various events happening in June and December to celebrate 100 years of Frank Sinatra.
Geri has been organizing events for The City of Hoboken for 21 years, including the annual the Hoboken Spring & Fall Arts & Music Festival, the Summer Enchanted Evening Concert series at Sinatra Park, Movies Under the Stars at Pier A Park, Artists Studio Tour, Sinatra Idol Contest, Ragamuffin Parade, Harvest & Irish Festivals, the Holiday Craft Fair & much more.
For more information, visit http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs. You can follow Geri on Twitter @HobokenCultural.
Sinatra Idol information: http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/human-services/cultural-affairs/sinatra-idol-contest/
State news shorts, commentary and part 3 of my discussion with Kansas activist Frank Smith of Pine Bluff about the billionaire Koch brothers and emperor Brownback's legions.
Read Chris Reeves up-to-the-minute state budget report as the legislature "goes into hiding."
Thaddeus Russell is author of A Renegade History of the United States (Free Press, 2010). Russell's talk was recorded by Todd Boyle and broadcast on "Mind Over Matters" by Mike McCormick (www.talkingsticktv.org).
New World Notes is produced under the auspices (Latin for "gun") of WWUH-FM, a community service of that beacon of light in darkest Connecticut, the University of Hartford.
The leisure we enjoy today--weekends, vacations, etc--was not granted freely by employers. Rather, it was taken without permission by "renegade" workers of decades past. These included slaves, drunken craftsmen, unmotivated factory hands, etc. For instance, plantation slaves established the practice of "vacation"--much to the annoyance of their masters. (They'd agree to return in exchange for not being punished.)
Part 2 focuses on sex and women's rights. Many rights and freedoms enjoyed today by U.S. women (and their male friends) were won for them--not by feminists--but by 19th & early-20th century prostitutes & madams. These include the right to own property; to acquire wealth; to dance, smoke, and drink in public; to wear attractive clothing; to give or receive oral sex; to have interracial intimacy; and to use contraceptives.
A rollicking good story, well-told by Thaddeus Russell.
T & T is here to Pour the Tea about every day life . Pouring the Tea with T & T , will bring humor and entertainment to your Saturday morning`s . Every Saturday T & T will celerbraty an unusual holiday , give frugal tips , upcoming events information , and help get your Saturday started with a BANG!
Since NJ is the Garden State, Jersey Fresh takes on a special meaning for those who choose to buy their fruits and veggies locally. Seasonal abundance can be found at the scores of farmer’s markets throughout the state. What’s that you say? You don’t know where to find the nearest farmer’s market and don’t even know the difference between an acorn squash and a fava bean? And how do I cook rhubarb and what do I do with all those blueberries? Problem solved. Chef and culinary instructor Rachel Weston is on the case. Weston is an award-winning journalist with over 20 years of experience as a writer, editor and multimedia content producer. Her work has been in The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, The Gutsy Gourmet column in The Star-Ledger, NJ.com, and Chow.com among others. In 2008, Rachel followed her passion, attended culinary school, and ultimately worked the line at a fine dining restaurant, and was the founding chef at the first pay-what-you-can community cafe on the East Coast. Rachel’s book is New Jersey Fresh: Four Seasons from Farm to Table. It’s a collection of recipe ideas and tips for over 50 types of locally grown produce available at NJ farmer’s markets. She spotlights several markets and offers insights on fruits and veggies, from bok choy and fava beans to blueberries, corn, tomatoes, and peaches. Rachel takes the guesswork out of buying locally and is committed to teaching home cooks about using local and seasonal foods in their kitchens. “I wanted it to be a guide you could throw in your market bag,” she says. The book includes a listing of over 100 farmer's markets in NJ. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
The Relations Show returns for the special summer edition. Tune in this week with your hostess-Lady J & host-Mr. Naz as they talk about seasonal love and relationships. The return to one of the internet's top slow jam & adult talk comes back on Thursday at 7pm.
WHEN THEY COMPLETE THE THREE AND A HALF YEARS OF THEIR SOLEMN TESTIMONY, THE TYRANT WHO COMES OUT OF THE BOTTOMLESS PIT WILL DECLARE WAR AGAINST THEM AND CONQUER AND KILL THEM; AND FOR THREE AND A HALF DAYS THEIR BODIES WILLBE EXPOSED IN THE STREETS OF JERUSALEM (THE CITY FITTINGLY DESCRIBED AS SODOM OR EGYPT)--THE VERY PLACE WHERE THEIR LORD WAS CRUCIFIED. NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO BURY THEM, AND PEOPLE FROM MANY NATIONS WILL CROWD AROUND TO GAZE AT THEM. AND THERE WILL BE A WORLDWIDE HOLIDAY--PEOPLE EVERYWHERE WILL REJOICE AND GIVE PRESENTS TO EACH OTHER AND THROW PARTIES TO CELEBRATE THE DEATH OF THE TWO PROPHETS WHO HAD TORMENTED THEM SO MUCH! BUT AFTER THREE AND A HALF DAYS, THE SPIRIT OF LIFE FROM GOD WILL ENTER THEM AND THEY WILL STAND UP! AND GREAT FEAR WILL FALL ON EVERYONE. THEN A LOUD VOICE WILL SHOUT FROM HEAVEN, COME UP! AND THEY WILL RISE TO HEAVEN IN A CLOUD AS THEIR ENEMIES WATCH.
Matt Blair was an All-American Linebacker out of Iowa.State, he was selected in the 2nd Round of the 1974 NFL Draft. Blair was selected to the NFL All Rookie Team and was later named to the pro Bowl 6 staright seasons. He helped the Vikings to Super Bowls 9 and 11, blocking a punt in Super Bowl 9. Blair is generally regarded as one of the greatest special teams players in NFL history finishing his career with 20 Blocked Kicks which stands as the third most all time.
The Chicago Bulls fired head coach Tom Thibodeau this morning after 5 seasons with the team. General Manager Gar Forman and VP of Basketball Operations John Paxon spoke to the media this afternoon explaining their decision. But how many answers did Bulls fans really get? I've got my take on the whole story, and I want to hear yours! Call in @ (347) 327-9183.
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