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The story of Vassilaros & Sons is about an institution that’s served all five boroughs with high-quality, hand-blended coffees, for nearly a century. 5 million cups a day of Vassilaros' coffee fuels New Yorkers with the spirit that they need to build today and tomorrow, each and every day. Symbol of the strength and values of the Vassilaros family is Stefanie Kasselakis Kyles who traded her high heels as a very successful investment banker to run the family business.
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Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, TIME, Entrepreneur, and the World Economic Forum blog and author of Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future and Stand Out: How to Find Your Breakthrough Idea and Build a Following Around It.
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Photo of Stepanie Kasselakis Kyle by Buck Ennis from the Crain's article Where Have All The Diner Gone by Aaron Elstein
Today on Inside MLB brought to you by Barrata's Landscapong with your host Benson Fechter coming live from the Petersen Events Center we will be predicting the landing spots for the top 25 free agents and trade target
Garrison talks with entrepreneur, columnist and author of In Search of the Baby Boomer Generation Rick Bava about his two-year journey across the United States to talk with baby boomers and uncover the true story of this special generation. Rick’s insightful book looks at where baby boomers have been, their rich history, and the cultural aspects so important to this generation. In Search of the Baby Boomer Generation covers the topics of most importance to Baby Boomers today and the issues most on their minds as they look towards the future.
Read the article about Rick in the Del Mar Times and learn more about Rick's book
We’ll also take an online road trip to the Mays Landing Diner, a classic New Jersey Diner that takes great pride in offering the finest quality of food and service.
Preorder Garrison’s new book, Postcards from the Highway of Life coming September 1st to Amazon, B&N.com and bookstores with a Foreword by Doobie Brothers founder and guitarist Pat Simmons. Check out the Facebook Postcards page and if you’re riding through Connecticut have Classic Diners of Connecticut in your saddlebags!
We are so stoked to have recording artist, Jarvis Mays, of Atlanta, GA join us here on One-on-One to give us an exclusive to this fresh wave of talent! His single, Beautiful, will be available on all music outlets later tis month! Tune in this Sunday, Sept. 13th and join us!
Author, Journalist, Radio Personality, & Activist With 2015 marking her 20th year in the media business, Raqiyah’s influence goes back to Newark, NJ. Born to a teen mother and domestic abuse survivor, Raqiyah’s climb from mastering a speech impediment to being bullied in school, led a shy, insecure, girl into becoming the confident, outspoken, success she is today. Featured in The Limited clothing store’s 2015 nationwide “New Look of Leadership” campaign, she’s been chosen and honored as a female leader for her passionate work as an author, journalist, radio personality, stepmother, and activist. A writer at heart, Raqiyah’s debut fiction novel, “The Man Curse,” out now, chronicles the world of Meena, a young women who spends her life trying to break The Man Curse and become the first woman in her family to marry. No stranger to the book world, Raqiyah contributed a chapter to Gil Robertson’s anthology “Where Did Our Love Go: Love & Relationships in the African American community.” She was a featured profile in Thembisa Mshaka’s book of entertainment industry professionals, “Put Your Dreams First: Handle your entertainment business” And Raqiyah was a reporter at large for Cheo Hodari Coker’s VIBE book “Unbelievable: The Life, Death, and Afterlife of The Notorious B.I.G,” which was turned into feature film, Notorious. Raqiyah is a passionate activist for issues affecting women, children, and African Americans. In college, she helped create the Diversity Union on Penn State University’s Altoona campus after acts of racism toward black classmates. Today, she continues her penchant for activism. From marching in Ferguson, MO to Baltimore and attending protests in NYC.
Outa da Park / November 23rd
Jerry Chiles discuss Major League Baseball topics at 9pm ET / 6pm PT
* Leonys Martin joining Mariners in trade
* Willie Mays and Yogi Berra among 17 named to receive Medal of Freedom
* Carlos Correa wins AL Rookie of the Year
* Kris Bryant named NL Rookie of the Year
* Phillies acquire Jeremy Hellickson from Diamondbacks for prospect
* Padres trade Craig Kimbrel to Red Sox for prospects
* Dodgers narrow managerial search
* Marco Estrada sign deal with Blue Jays
* Cubs season-ticket prices rise by average of 10.4%
* Joe Maddon named NLs Manager of the Year
* Jeff Banister named AL Manager of the Year
* Tigers trade for Francisco Rodriguez
* Dallas Keuchel wins AL Cy Young Award
* Jake Arrieta wins NL Cy Young Award
* Josh Donaldson wins AL MVP
* Bryce Harper wins NL MVP
Moni Patterson is a highly sought after speaker, trainer and wellness educator with over 20+ years of successful entrepreneurial experience. As an entrepreneur, she owns two business consulting firms, as well as an exclusive organic nutritional supplement and cosmetic line that is marketed through certified representatives across America as well in some countries internationally.
Moni lives in Ohio and her website is www.monipatterson.com
Kevin Audley MS.Ed., LPC fell two and one-half stories off a roof in college over 30 years ago. After landing on cement and spending a week in intensive care with severe head injuries, Kevin went back to school with a new appreciation for life and his place in it.
Kevin has been a Licensed Professional Counselor and Coach for 19 years. He does not approach his clients in a traditional fashion and utilizes a revolutionary approach (Psych-K) to help his clients quickly reprogram their subconscious mind in two to three sessions.
Kevin lives in Kansas City and his website is www.positiveparentingsolutions.org
Alonzo Bodden has entertained audiences in every sector of entertainment, including television (grand prize winner and judge on Last Comic Standing, "Who's Paying Attention" on Showtime, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with Conan O'Brien, Comedy Central Presents), movies ("Scary Movie 4," "National Lampoon's Totally Baked: A Potumentary," "The Girl Next Door"), radio (panelist on NPR's "Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me") and he's an avid motorcyclist!
The Makris Diner is a classic one designed by Jerry O'Mahony in 1951. But, noting compares to the smiling faces and relaxing atmosphere as you choose a seat of you liking and taste wonderful homemade cooking.
Check out the Postcards from the Highway of Life Facebook Postcards page and read the foreword and first chapter of Garrison’s new book, Postcards from the Highway of Life free on issuu.com The foreword is written by Pat Simmons of The Doobie Brothers!
Keep up with Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys website
General Sports Talk with your hosts Robert Ford, JaQuan Jenkins & Andre Peterson.
1. Manziel to 3rd String
2. NFL Playoff Picture
3. NFL's top 5 Teams
4. Brett Favre, Kurt Warner, and Terrell Owens are semi-finalists in 1st year of eligibility for Hall of Fame.
5. Tyrod Taylor should be able to play against Chiefs this weekend after shoulder injury.
6. NFL suspends Panthers DE Frank Alexander for one year.
7. NFL Predictions: Minnesota at Atlanta, & New England at Denver.
8. Fantasy Shoutouts
9, CFB Predictions: #7. Baylor at #19. TCU, #8. Ohio State at #10. Michigan, #18. Ole Miss at #21. Miss. State, #6. Notre Dame at #9. Stanford, #13. Florida State at #12. Florida, & #3. Oklahoma at #11. Oklahoma State.
10. CFB Playoff Top 4?
11. Can Michigan State win the national championship?
12. Has LSU treated Les Miles fairly?
13. Golden State going for 16-0 tonight.
14. 76ers are 0-15.
15. Ignore the NBA chatter, John Calipari will not leave Kentucky.
16. Ben Simmons sends game to OT, but LSU loses 2nd straight.
17. Willie Mays and Yogi Berra honored with Presidential Medal of Freedom.
18. Robinson Cano will be happy in Seattle if Mariners win.
Stacy was born and raised in Connecticut and earned a Bachelors of Science from Bryant University with a concentration in Marketing and Psychology. But it was during her junior year when studying in London that she realized she had bigger plans than to just earn a degree and get a job; she wanted to see the world. After landing her ‘dream job’ as a fashion buyer in Manhattan, she began to crave something more than the ‘dog-eat-dog’ environment that surrounded her. Although, passionate about fashion & design, Stacy knew she wanted something of more substance, something more impactful. She soon landed an exciting position and became the global director of public relations for an international best-selling author/business guru. This opportunity allowed Stacy to travel extensively opening her eyes and mind to new ideas and challenges, fascinating people, diverse cultures, but most importantly the pleasure of touching and making a difference in other lives.
A trip to India in 2004 proved pivotal forever changing Stacy’s life and thus began her inward journey toward self-realization. Soon after her return from India she began to manifest all the dreams that were shelved for so many years working to ‘get ahead’. Stacy later met and married a kindred soul, moved to beautiful Cape Cod, hung up her corporate career and took a leap of faith to become an entrepreneur dedicated to changing lives.
To learn more about Stacy’s coaching practice, workshops or speaking engagement opportunities, please visit her on Facebook:
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Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon kick off the holiday season with a special Thanksgiving-week discussion of one of this program's most enduring topics: what we have to be thankful for.
The list is probably a lot longer than you think!
Research shows that grateful people are healthier and happier. That should be reason enough for anyone, but there's more. Is it possible that gratitude somehow makes us better prepared for the future than its alternatives?
Phil and Stephen discuss why this might be the case while listing their some top reasons fro being grateful.
Stephen's list of things to be grateful for:
Room Temperature Quantum Entanglement
Growing Vocal Chords in the Lab
NASA Orders Spaceflights
Going to Europa
Hero of La Belle Equipe