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  • 01:16

    GJ CITY MGR GETS 127K SEVERANCE PACKAGE ILLEGALLY! WHY WAS MEETING HELD IN SECRE

    in News

    GJ CITY MGR GETS 127K SEVERANCE PACKAGE ILLEGALLY! WHY WAS MEETING HELD IN SECRET?

  • 02:16

    The Furiously Fabulous Super Gay Celebration

    in Politics

    Last Friday, [most of] the Supreme Court ruled on the right side of history. Since this country was founded, an entire group of people have been marginalized and disenfranchised. Loved ones were barred from visiting their ill partners in hospitals. Basic tax and social benefits were denied. Appeals fell on deaf ears or were held up in the bureaucracy indefinitely. Today, The Fruit is proud to say that America has taken a giant leap toward equality for all. Friday's 5-4 decision to legalize marriage in all states and territories, did not come without it's share of criticism, however. Opponents decried that five unelected lawyers do not have the authority to decide the will of the American people, while others slammed the Justices for rewriting the Constitution. Some Republican hopefuls [*cough* Huckabee *cough*] even said that the Supreme Court “cannot overrule [g]od” on gay marriage. Many have lambasted the Court's ruling with warnings of [g]od's wrath or the coming persecution of Christians. To those grumbling about marriage equality, The Forbidden Fruit crew has one thing to say to you. Love wins! You lose! Get over it! Call in and tell us how you celebrated the ruling or why you think it was a mistake.


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  • 01:41

    TEEN TALK TUESDAY

    in Education

    EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT BROTHER FLAME AND QUEEN TUFFY IS REACHING OUT TO THE YOUTH WITH KNOWLEDGE WISDOM AND UNDERSTANDING.JOIN US THIS WEEK FOR A BRAND-NEW TOPIC THE WEEK BEFORE THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE HELD IN ATLANTA 

  • 01:58

    Happy Father's Day, Mom

    in Self Help

    Happy Father’s Day Mom
    It seems today that Father’s Day is not held to the same caliber as Mother’s Day. However, both days are to show appreciation to an individual that has a child or children. In a lot of cases mothers take on the role of a father figure because of different reasons. Reasons such as being a single mother due to divorce or being single at the time of birth, death of the father, or a father that is not supportive. Regardless of the reason a mother has to play the role; is it okay for the woman to receive the acknowledgment on Father’s Day? Of course a single mother works hard to pick up the slack the father would have provided but there is still a father in the picture, if the father is not deceased. The child got here some kind of way. The society we live in has no problem with bashing men that are not great fathers but there is a problem with excluding men that are good fathers just because they are not with the mother or in the household. So is the statement Happy Father’s Day, Mom okay?


     

  • 00:31

    Interview With Mary Finelli President Of Fish Feel

    in Environment

    Mary Finelli joins us to talk about the savage brutality being inflicted on gentle cownose rays. Fish Feel and SHARK have released undercover footage showing the brutality of one of these tournaments, “Battle of the Rays,” held on June 13 near Mechanicsville, MD.


    Mary Finelli is Founder and President of Fish Feel. She has a B.S. in Animal Science, and is a long-time animal rights activist. Mary has worked with numerous animal protection organizations, and she produced Farmed Animal Watch, a weekly on-line news digest sponsored by numerous animal protection organizations: http://www.farmedanimal.org. Mary has assisted with research for several books, and co-wrote a chapter of In Defense of Animals: The Second Wave:http://tinyurl.com/on4vdeh. She has long been a top contributor to various animal rights and vegetarian news listservs.

  • 01:59

    The Dr. Pat Show - Talk Radio to Thrive By!

    in Spirituality

    Sheer Alchemy! with Host Leslie Fonteyne - Upgrading Your Story.  All of us have a story of our life that we tell ourselves and others. It carries a certain tone and an energy. It describes us and how we see the world. Healing means an upgrade to the story, a new filter, a new tone. Let’s talk about that shift.


    Voices of Women with Host Kris Steinnes-Energies of Love with Donna Eden and Dr. David Feinstein.   A relationship begins with the meeting of two unique energies. This union of energies, though invisible, determines the way you communicate, fight, love, and want to be loved. In this groundbreaking book, the bestselling authors of Energy Medicine draw on their “Energies of Love” workshops as well as their own experiences as couples counselors and as a husband and wife team to show how an understanding of your energy system and that of your partner can help you build a more harmonious and loving bond. By helping you better understand your own unique energy system, as well as that of your partner, you will be able to recognize your strengths as a couple-and avoid the pitfalls. This new found perspective will propel you into a greater appreciation of your relationship as a spiritual journey.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Angela Jakubowski of Restorative Interventions

    in Family

    New Cumberland, PA – Living with addiction can place families under incredible stress. The entire family becomes absorbed by the problem as it slowly spins out of control. But there is help.


    Angela Jakubowski is the founder and lead interventionist for Restorative Interventions, a faith-based organization specializing in family recovery for drug and alcohol addiction. Restorative Interventions believes that through the resilience of the family and the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the intervention process can guide families to effectively motivate a resistant loved one enter treatment. Through this process the family finds healing, freed from the bondage of addiction that has held them captive, often for generations.


    “We begin where the family and the client is ready and willing to begin,” says Angela. “My goal is to penetrate with truth and help the family communicate their hopes and desires and needs and get their loved one into treatment."


    According to Angela, the intervention utilized by Restorative Interventions is not an event like what you may have seen on A&E’s Intervention. Restorative Interventions employs an intervention model known as Arise, which is invitational only. An addicted loved one is invited to a family meeting where professionals have been brought in to facilitate the process.


    “People invited to this process are always taken aback by how the family has come together out of their love for the individual — often despite existing broken relationships within the family system,” says Angela. “They have to hear the message. There is an answer. There is hope.”


    For more information on Restorative Interventions, visit www.restorativeinterventions.com

  • 00:30

    Ed Underwood Keynotes OCW's Summer Conference

    in Current Events

    Maxine and Jeannie are pleased to talk with Ed Underwood today. Ed is the much-loved senior pastor of the historic Church of the Open door in southern California and the author of When God Breaks Your Heart, Reborn to be Wild, and his latest book, The Trail. He will be one of two keynoters at Oregon Christian Writers summer conference held August 10-13 at the beautiful Red Lion Hotel on the River, Portland, OR. Ed will also teach an afternoon workshop on platform. All authors/writers need to know the importance of platform.


    Are you ready to be encouraged? Listen in ... better yet, plan to join us in August. More details and registration can be found at www.oregonchristianwriters.org

  • 00:15

    Effingham County Navigator Team receives grant from Enmarket Encourage Health

    in Business

     (SAVANNAH, GA) Tuesday, August 25, the third lecture in the 2015 Enmarket Encourage Health Education Series, “How to Train for a 5K,” will be presented by Chris Ramsey from Fleet Feet Savannah. After the sudden loss of Robert Espinoza, Ramsey will present the lecture in honor of his memory. Ramsey has worked alongside Espinoza for 4 1/2 years.


    The Encourage Health grant donation will be presented to the Effingham County Navigator Team, a not-for-profit support group and recreational program for children with special needs and different abilities. The group provides recreational activities such as basketball, baseball, soccer, cornhole and bowling.Founder and President Pauline Shaw talks with Laurie Ross today about the value of this donation.


    The Effingham County Navigator Team will also be raising funds on Saturday, August 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the enmarket located at 6188 Highway 21 South in Rincon. During this “Enmarket Dollar Day” there will be opportunities for the Effingham County Navigator Team to receive $1 for every car wash, $1 at their charity table and $1 donations will be accepted at the enmarket cash registers.


    This Enmarket Encourage Health presentation will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Auditorium of the Savannah Morning News, located at 1375 Chatham Parkway in Savannah. A healthy lunch will be provided by local business sponsors. Attendance is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required at Healthy Savannah’s website, http://healthysavannah.org/event-signup-how-to-train-for-a-5k/.


     


    more information can be found at: http://www.effinghamcountynavigatorteam.com

  • 00:28

    Exclusive Ideagen Ideas Leader Interview with Anthony Magnetti - Sunovion

    in News

    Anthony J. Magnetti


    Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc.


    Anthony Magnetti is a seasoned pharmaceutical executive with more than 40 years of experience that spans Government Affairs, Medical Affairs, Clinical Research Services, and Sales and Marketing.


    Currently, Mr. Magnetti leads Government Affairs for Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc., which focuses on therapies that advance the science of medicine in the psychiatry, neurology and respiratory disease areas to improve the lives of patients and their families.


    In this role Mr. Magnetti is responsible for addressing public policy and regulatory areas important to the company’s therapeutic areas of focus and the patients it serves. He has led several initiatives focused on preserving and expanding access to medicines and services that patients need. Over the last five years, Mr. Magnetti has helped enable the introduction and passage of numerous pieces of legislation putting patient protections into law, and has guided efforts to codify the six protected classes in Medicare Part D. Under his leadership, the Government Affairs team supports leading advocacy, educational, and cross-sector coalitions focused on the advancement of research and innovation, as well as improvements in healthcare.


    Mr. Magnetti joined the company in 1997 and in addition to Government Affairs has held increasingly senior roles across various functions including building and leading the Respiratory and Central Nervous System Medical Liaison Teams for Sunovion. 


    Mr. Magnetti holds a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the State University of New York Albany. He serves on executive committees at Sunovion, as well as on several committees of biopharmaceutical industry organizations. 

  • 00:30

    The Work of Jesus

    in The Bible

    Join us tonight as we continue to expand on the work of Jesus and what He really came to restore. Not a religion, nor a group of those held in bondage of fear and sin. But He came to restore the kingdom of God that was our original inheritance. Tune in tonight for this awesome broadcast.