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Welcome once again folks to another exciting edition of Detroit Unplugged with your host Aroc and boy do we got a show for you first off we got world famous singer Doc G from the legendary group PM Dawn coming to chop it up and Second we got Detroits own The Imfamous Legendary Reel Life Product Esham coming on to blow your mind and thirdly a big announcement will be made sometime tonight so kick back relax and send some trees to the breeze and enjoy the ramblings of Detroit Unplugged only on Michigan United Broadcas
jacAPPS, a Michigan-based mobile app development firm and long-time MTAM member, recently announced a new initiative called ‘App Everywhere’. The program is designed to help jacAPPS clients, a majority of whom are in the broadcast industry, take advantage of the wide array of new devices and form factors so they can be everywhere their listeners are. Join Michigan Mobile Musings host, Melissa Birnie, as she interviews jacAPPS COO, Bob Kernen, to explore how this new initiative will set jacAPPS apart from other mobile app development firms and what it will mean to their customers.
Today's guest is Diana Hirsch, writer, author, and Zentangle Teacher.
About Diana Hirsch:
At the ripe age of 4, Diana wrote an epic tale of biblical porportions about Noah's Ark. She chose that subject because she loved to draw animals. Since those humble beginnings, her work has been published in newpapers, magazines and anthologies. She is the author of "Lessons from Dad: A Letter to You," "Mom, Star Trek and Las Vegas: A Grand Adventure," and "Jimmy the Burglar."
Diana is a proud member of the National Federation of Press Women, and the 2011 NaNoWriMo event.
Check her out in advance of our inteview at www.wolfhowlings.wordpress.com.
Its Tuesday once again folks which makes it time for your favorite show DMT Radio with your hosts Bigg D and Aroc.Tonights show promises to be full of interesting conversation,great music and lots of hijinx and shananigans,so sit back in your favorite chair,twist up your finest stanky dank,and allow yourself to be amazed by the sounds of DMT Radio only on Michigan United Broadcast
GR Danger's Allen Durham joins Beer City Hoops: 7-30-15
& some Tom Brady talk during podcast overtime
sports, basketball, Grand Rapids, Michigan, hoops, hops, local, craft beer, beer city, beercityusa, interviews, opinions, talk show, events
Special public broadcast at Omara's restaurant 2555 12 Mile Rd Berkley, MI Tonight!
Listen LIVE 8-10 pm EST at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from Third Coast
Tonight- Topics include Recent MSC decision/ MI Legalize / Corruption / Autism
Dedicated to bringing you the most up to date information regarding medical cannabis and cannabis reform in Michigan and the rest of the world.
Possible Guests and topics
Tom Levigne of Cannabis Counsel and Victim of the Drug War- Jamie Fricke
Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of the ballot group known as MILegalize.
Retired police officer and one of LEAP's (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) newest members- Steve Miller
And- regular guest and friend of the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels, Thetford Twp Trustee and T-Pain who continues to provide much inappropriate probing.
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
Deflate gate has expanded beyond capacity, but what level of responsibility does the collective bargining agreement play in the process?? MLB's trade deadline is only a few hours away; there have already been some blockbuster trades, but has a new trend been established in how teams operate? Michigan State football recently retracted a scholarship offer from a player who attended OSU's camp without permission; where is the line of loyalty and is it a double standard? Vin Baker recently revealed he is a barister at Starbucks; mismanagement of the $100 million he earned has left his bank account depleted, but not defeated. Jan Welter was named a coaching intern with the Arizona Cardinals, what trends can we expect after this hiring?
Dave holds a bachelors degree in finance from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, a masters degree in information management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State Univeristy, and he was accepted, with full scholarship, into doctoral programs at Indiana University (Bloomington) and Concordia University (Montreal) to research sexual decision making and evolutionary psychology. He was also accepted into the graduate program in public health at UCLA.
Dave is the executive producer of Risky Business: A Look Inside America's Adult Film Industry, a political and public health documentary that examines the social, psychological and economic impacts of performing in adult films. He is also the author of Obscene Thoughts: A ographer's Perspective on Sex, Love, and Dating, a book distributed by Amazon.com that examines the behavioral economics of sex, love, and dating from an evolutionary perspective.
On Thursday, July 23, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
Tom Watkins, the director of the Wayne County Mental Health Authority reflects on 50 years of Medicare and how its impact have saved many millions of people from lifetimes of sickness and despair.
Marissa Luna, Communications Specialist with Progress Michigan checks in to discuss her blog post on Planned Parenthood and the attack that is not only ill conceived but has the potential to take away health care from too many who need it badly.
Our National Political Director, Richard Zombeck, columnist for HuffintonPost.com and NowItCounts.com and LiberalsUnite.com continues his weekly visit with us to shed his unique and snarky, but very intelligent insights, into our national political fray. Always on target.
Susan Demas, Editor and Publisher of Inside Michigan Politics and political columnist with MLive.com will join the program to discuss the morality of the Republican Christian movement.
Bruce Fealk hosted a house party for Bernie Sanders last night and he’s back to share the experience of what was an historic night.
According to a study held at the University of Michigan, most of us including me, spend about three (3) of every ten (10) days feeling down in the dumps.
Seems the results of the study were pretty much accurate. The study also concluded that most of us don't do a very good job of dealing with ze bad moods. The study found the strategies we use often make us feel worse!
When THE BAD MOOD STRIKES, the most common response is to try to distant ourselves by reading, watching TV, socializing. Though we my experience a temporary lift, it doesn't last.
Find out what Popular Psychology wants you to do..how to solve ze bad mood.
On a cool, spring day in 1897, Alfred Haney left his Williamston, Michigan home to earn a day's wage. He knew his wife's peculiar behavior had become more frequent, and he had planned on her seeing the town doctor, but she assured him she was feeling much better. They would go the following day instead. When he returned home later that day, he discovered a macabre murder so bizarre that it shook the entire community to its core. His mother's severed head was set on the dinner table, adorned with a knife and fork on either side. Lying nearby was the old woman's body, soaked in kerosene and set ablaze. Screaming, Alfred Haney ran from the house in search of the law, and while neighbors tried to extinguish the smoldering, beheaded corpse, Haney's wife, Martha, removed herself to the back yard and began digging wildly with her hands. Shortly after the discovery, a sheriff's deputy arrived, taking Martha into custody and lodging her in the local jail at the village hall. Ingham County Sheriff John Rehle, known as J. J. among his constituents, arrived by train and surveyed the carnage. He and his deputy discovered the murder weapon, an axe, hidden behind some boards under the rear stoop. Rehle organized a Coroner's Inquest that was held inside the house where the old woman's body lay. In an attempt to determine her state of mind at the time of the crime, local doctors interviewed the murderess. She told them she spoke frequently with her own dead mother, and her mother had told her to kill the old woman. Over the next several days, court hearings decided her ultimate fate. A panel of three doctors was commissioned to determine her sanity. In the end, there would be no prosecution. Deemed insane, she was sentenced to the Michigan Home for the Dangerous and Criminally Insane in Ionia. What made Martha Haney snap and behead her mother-in-law? TO HELL I MUST GO: The True Story of Michigan's Lizzie Borden-Rod Sadler