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  • 00:35

    30 Minutes of Mojovation: Marcello Rollando

    in Goals

    My special guest is Marcello Rollando, Political Writer, Performing Arts Director and Actor. 
    We discuss the recent political debate, his coverage of the anti-bullying conference at the White House, a perfectly timed moment that opened the door at Julliard, his recent audition for the next Steven Spielberg film and his current mission as the voice on The Reasonable Voice. A passionately independent thinker, Marcello wants to put America back together and help Americans to realize their unlimited value and potential through Education, Informed Political Participation and the Arts.
    Tune in at 9p on bi-weekly Wednesdays for our LIVE shows! Call 877.779.6385 to be on-air with us.

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  • 00:52

    Alzheimer’s Expected to Triple

    in Politics Progressive

    Sue Friedman has been a board member of the Albemarle County Rotary Club, Forest Lakes Community Association, League of Women Voters/Charlottesville-Albemarle County, and the I Have A Dream Foundation. She is a Leaders’ Leader Award Winner, was elected to the Albemarle County School Board as Rivanna District representative in 2003, served as an Executive Staff Leadership Planning Team Member for the Alzheimer’s Association (National), 2010-2012, and much more. She has given dozens of presentations to organizations, businesses, and conferences, including keynote speaker for the 2011 Quadraplicity Women’s Conference, Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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  • 00:59

    The Tufts Get Going! "War on Women: Myth or Reality?"

    in Politics Progressive

    9 am Wednesdays, "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts 

    "War on Women: Myth or Reality?" In light of recent events and brainless comments by certain pols, it's time for one of my rare political shows. "War on Women" is a term that gets bandied-about quite a bit these days, but how real is it? Is it just fear-mongering? Marcello Rollando, commentator at The Reasonable Voice, returns to discuss recent developments in civil rights that affect women in particular, but they're really about ALL of us. Tune in to find out how YOU can protect yourself and the women you love, and stand up for your right to get the healthcare you deserve. 

  • 00:55

    JFK Assassination Solved - Lamar Waldron Joins Jim Paris Live

    in News

    Could the mystery of the JFK assassination finally be solved? Author Lamar Waldron provides a convincing theory with a mountain of evidence. Why did the mafia want to kill JFK? What role did Carlos Marcello and Santo Trafficante play? Was Lee Harvey Oswald a patsy? Why it was never reported that there were assassination plans in both Chicago and Tampa prior to Dallas? The shocking story of how the first black Secret Service agent was framed and sent to prison after exposing assassination plots (Abraham Bolden).

  • 00:55

    JFK Assassination Special - David Ferrie Author Judyth Vary Baker

    in News

    On this episode Judyth Vary Baker discusses her new book 'David Ferrie.' Baker shares details of her love affair with Lee Harvey Oswald in the summer of 1963. She also shares details on the life of David Ferrie and connections to mafia boss Carlos Marcello, Baker believes that Oswald was a patsy and that there was a wide ranging conspiracy in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

  • 00:28

    Blakely Bennett joins the CL Gammon Show for a Visit

    in Books

     Blakely Bennett joins CL Gammon for a visit. Blakely Bennett grew up in Southeast Florida and has been residing in the great Northwest for over nine years. She graduated from Nova Southeastern University with a degree in psychology, which accounts for her particular interest in crafting the personalities, struggles, and motivations of her characters. She is an avid reader of many genres of fiction, but especially enjoys erotica and romance. Writing has always been her bliss. Blakely is married to a wonderful, loving, and supportive husband, who is also a writer, and who helps to keep her grounded. She is a mother, a communitarian, a lover of music (it is always on while she is writing thanks to Pandora), and a good friend. An advocate of love and female empowerment, she is also a facilitator for a women's group. She loves to walk and hike for exercise, and finds that, since moving to Seattle, Washington, she is now one of those crazy people who walk in the rain. Bittersweet Deceit is her sixth novel and the second book in the Bound by Your Love Series. Stuck in Between is the first. She is also the author of the dark erotic suspense My Body Trilogy (My Body-His, My Body-His (Marcello) and My Body-Mine) and the co-author of the contemporary romance, The Demarcation of Jack which she wrote with her husband, Dana Bennett.

  • 00:52

    Racial Dialogue (Trending)

    in Politics Progressive

    Jackie Gaines Martin was born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia.  She graduated from Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, VA, with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration.  Jackie has been employed by Martha Jefferson Hospital for 17 years, serving in various positions, currently as Director, Community Benefit.  She is married to Eric Martin and they share a blended family of three adult children Rene, Demane and Jonathan.

  • 00:32

    IndieReview Behind The Scenes chats with Rich Marcello (Maverick Moment)

    in Entertainment

    ~~Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan, I am your host! 

    ~~The definition of Maverick is an unorthodox or independent-minded person.

    Also called a TrailBlazer! I have the pleasure of chatting with one of these "Thinking Outside The Box Artists"  tonight Author  Rich Marcello!

      Rich Marcello could choose only one creative mentor, he’d give the role to Jonathan Richmond and the Modern Lovers. This is not only because he currently resides in New England, where Jonathan started, but because of his life as a contemporary fiction author, poet and songwriter, whose literary inspiration often stems from songs he’s written. Rich grew up in New Jersey surrounded by song and word.

    He enjoyed a successful career as a technology executive, managing several multi-billion dollar businesses for Fortune 500 companies.

    During his time in technology he never stopped creating art, and eventually his love for song and the written word grew to the point where he walked away from his first career to pursue poetry, song, and fiction with the same enthusiasm and discipline he demonstrated in business. In The Color Of Home, his literary voice melds all three together with honest generative dialogue, poetic sensory detail, and “unforgettable characters who seem to know the complete song catalog of Lennon or Cohen.”

    Contact: http://www.richmarcello.com/


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    The Trans-Pacific Partnership (Trending)

    in Politics Progressive

    Our guests today:

    Elizabeth Warren is a Regional Organizer for MoveOn.org, based in Southern California. As coordinator for MoveOn's national TPP team she connects allies with a network of MoveOn councils working to educate the public about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Agreement. The group's aim is to make sure details of proposed trade agreements get a public hearing and debate, by urging Congress to say no to the president's request for fast track, aka trade promotion authority.

    Liz began her career as a journalist and came to political activism late, after stints as a newspaper columnist, magazine editor, and advertising copywriter. She did a 12-year stretch as a corporate publicist, and still has the BS decoder-ring, which comes in handy during interactions with politicians. When not organizing, she does online editing, often blogs, and still writes for magazines, occasionally about politics, but usually about other subjects. 

    Liz was born in New York and educated in the Midwest. In 1997 she moved to California, where she married and conveniently ended up with a memorable name.

    Andrea Miller was the 2008 Congressional Candidate for the 4th District. Currently she is Deputy Field Director for PDA and Co-State Coordinator for PDA Virginia. Since 2008 Andrea has been very active on the ERA both in Virginia and nationally. Andrea is one of the leaders of PDA's ERA 3 State Strategy team



  • 01:01

    Indie Books Show #58 (Rich Marcello)

    in Books

    Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest. 
    Author Rich Marcello joins me this week to talk about his books.  We will focus on his recently released: The Big Wide Calm.
    Paige is a rock star. The world just doesn’t know it yet. She’s got the charisma, the drive, and, of course, the mega-musical skills. All she needs is to make her debut album, one that will change the world, inspire revolutions—and make her galactically famous along the way.
    When John Bustin, a former semi-famous singer/songwriter offers to record Paige’s album for free, it feels like destiny, like the next step on her way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Guitar in hand, Paige sets off to John’s recording compound, ready to unfold her future.
    But the ever-elusive John, with his mysterious history, and Paige, a big dreamer but naïve about her footing in life, clash as much as they coalesce. Before they can change the world through Paige’s music, the improbable duo must learn to work together.
    A coming of age story and retrospective, The Big Wide Calm focuses on human nature and the complexities of love through the eyes of young and old on the journey of creating the perfect album.
    Tune in Friday at11AM EST or listen to the archive.
    For more information about Rich Marcello: