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Today's guest Masaki Inaba is Board member and Director for Global Health Program, Africa Japan Forum. Executive Director of Ugoku/Ugokasu (Global Call to Action against Poverty Japan), which is a network of 73 Japanese civil society organizations for advocacy and mobilization to achieve Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Before working in Africa Japan Forum, he was the program director of advocacy of Japan Association for the Gay and Lesbian Movement (OCCUR) from 1994 to 2002. He started his career of a civil society activist from 1990 when he worked as the coordinator of Medical and Health Care Team of Kotobuki Day Workers Union, where is in Kotobuki-cho, a poor day workers district in Yokohama City, Japan.
Today's guest is Mr. Masaki Inaba, Board member and Director for Global Health Program, Africa Japan Forum. Executive Director of Ugoku/Ugokasu (Global Call to Action against Poverty Japan), which is a network of 73 Japanese civil society organizations for advocacy and mobilization to achieve Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
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Join Sifu Restita and Sifu Robert as they welcome GM Tony Collins to the show. Sunday 4/5/15 6:00 pm Pacific time.
Tony E. Collins began his career in martial arts at the age of 7 with Vincent Matassa; learning Tae Kwon Do and Okinawa Kenpo. At the age of 17, he moved on to Bujinkan Ninjutsu and was privileged to train under Masaki Hatsumi at age 20. At the age of 21, Tony joined John Herman and Brandon Songer of Ed Parker American Kenpo. Ranked as one of very few Tenth Degree Black Belts in Kenpo; Tony acquired his nickname, Akuma, from Brandon Songer after his infamous fight in Las Vegas in 1993. Now, Tony is the Grandmaster and President of his own organization, Akuma Ryu Kenpo Karate, and has gone on to study many different martial arts and incorperate them into his ever growing martial art style. “Kenpo is about learning to adapt, this means building and growing on the foundation I have offered, and striving to move on farther than I have."
Craig Inaba is the President of ATP Extreme, an all natural performance enhancing supplement. The team at ATP extreme works hard to help athletes build muscle, increase endurance, and recover properly. We are excited to learn a little more about the products they offer and what athletes ATP sponsors.
Listen in as Jon Inaba, Director of Power Management Solutions at Raritan, discusses data center power utilization, power efficiency, as well as space, power, and cooling optimization.
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Data center power usage has been all over the headlines lately. Between February 15th and February 28th, there were over 15 headlines in the news about it. Jon will get deeper into the issue and discuss the real challenges data centers have and the innovative solutions they're finding to meet them.
Get set to talk about 100 of the most hated people of America: THE MOB from 1 vs. 100. It's a discussion of NBC's show, 1 vs. 100 with Bob Saget, all 2 seasons, and the GSN version with Carrie Ann Inaba. It's an awaiting discussion this Saturday, January 28th, 2012.
Television host personality Chris Harrison will be making an appearance on BuzzWorthy Radio!
Harrison is best know for hosting the ABC reality dating shows, "The Bachelor" and "The Bacherlorette." He is also the co-host of Hollywood 411 on TV Guide Network and host of Designers' Challenge on HGTV.
On November 23, 2008, Harrison hosted the American Music Awards pre-show live on ABC. His co-hosts were Dancing With The Stars judge Carrie Ann Inaba, and cat Dolls member Nicole Scherzinger.
If you miss the live show, you can always download the podcast at http://www.buzzworthyradio.net
Mr. Media gets a ticket on the Hot Tamale Train with ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ judge Mary Murphy!
“So You Think You Can Dance” judge Mary Murphy joins Mr. Media to talk dancing, Nigel Lythgoe, Cat Deeley, hot tamales and Killer Movie, the film for which she just completed a featured role alongside Kaley Cuoco (“The Big Bang Theory”), Jason London and J.C. Chasez.
On " Dance," Murphy's crowd-pleasing antics, infectious laugh and "Maryisms" like "Hot Tamale Train" have made her a household name around the world. She even beat out a star-studded field including Ryan Seacrest, Carrie Ann Inaba and Donald Trump to claim the "Best Host/Judge" prize at the Reality TV Awards.
In her "spare" time, Murphy dedicates herself to worthy causes such as the American Cancer Society and Mary Murphy's Chance to Dance program, which she launched to help schools offer dancing as a regular part of their curriculum.
Beyond her work in Hollywood, Murphy continues to be one of the hardest-working women in dance; serving as a judge at major ballroom dance competitions across the U.S., including The Holiday Dance Classic in Las Vegas. She is also a world-class technical dance instructor and is based at her Champion Ballroom Academy in San Diego, CA.
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