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On this very first edition of Middletown Historical Society Radio, host Andrew Morris welcomes Cam Petrocy Hammond to the broadcast to introduce you, our listener and neighbor, to the show. We will be discussing what you can expect from this new radio show and talking about the upcoming Historical Society Annual Dinner.
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Minister Trina Bowers returns on the show to encourage you in your walk with God and share about her new book Bringing Forth the Dreamer in You that she has co-authored with vessels of honor
Vincent K Harris, Kishma George, Rodney Davis, Janelle Middletown, Naim Collins, Hakeem Collins, Mary Cooper and Danielle Ashley. Forward by Les Brown
From this title you don’t want to miss this broadcast that will assist you in walking out the call on your life and take you to the next level of your journey to your destiny!
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Guest: Su Brooks
Toastmasters International (TI) is a nonprofit educational organization that operates clubs worldwide for the purpose of helping members improve their communication, public speaking, and leadership skills. Through its thousands of member clubs, Toastmasters International offers a program of communication and leadership projects designed to help people learn the arts of speaking, listening, and thinking.
As of August 2014, there are more than 313,000 members and over 14,650 clubs in 126 countries, with annual membership growth of 7.3% and an increase of 17.2% in new clubs. Membership has grown consecutively every year since 1993.
Our guest Su Brooks has been a Toastmaster for over 14 years and has earned her Advanced Communicator Gold and Advanced Leader Bronze designations. She currently serves as a Co-Editor for the Toastmasters District 83 Newsletter, and is involved with the District Realignment Committee and District Conferences.
She is a member of the AT&T Middletown Toastmasters club in New Jersey and the No Limits Toastmasters club in Staten Island, New York. Su serves as a mentor to the newly chartered Dialogue Party Toastmasters Club in Somerset, New Jersey.
Dave Robinson and the 'Ass Kickin Panel' returns to the airwaves to kick off a 5th season! On this edition the panel discusses the icon Sting's debut at WWE's Survivor Series. Plus, from Boston, Ma, Dylan and Cashlyn Murphy weigh in on a possible screw job at Tuff Pro Wrestling's Survive The Clash in Middletown, Ohio. And lots more! LIKE us on Facebook! http://facebook.com/ShootJunkies
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Showmanship is the best description of jazz drummer Paula Hampton. The Middletown, Ohio native arrived in New York in the late 1960s and what was meant as a short visit turned into the rest of her life. Pianist Jill McManus’ Jazz Sisters hired her quickly, and Paula remained with them through the mid-1970s. She joined Sandra Reeves-Phillips on The Late Great Ladies of Jazz & Blues Europe and Africa tour. When the band returned to the U.S., Paula and pianist Lillette Jenkins stayed behind to perform in Bern, Switzerland for three weeks. Stateside, Paula joined the great Dakota Staton for 5 years. She performed from with The Hampton Family Orchestra, lead by her mother, Aletra Hampton, featuring her uncle, Slide Hampton and aunt, Dawn Hampton. With jazz pianist Bertha Hope, Paula formed Jazzberry Jam! with vocalist Pat Spann and bassist, Carline Ray. Jazzberry Jam! performed internationally for 15 years. They performed at the 1998 Child of the Sun Festival in Lakeland, Florida. The documentary film, Les Femmes du Jazz, featured Jazzberry Jam! and won the Best Documentary Award at France’s Bairritz Film Festival (FIPA) in 2000. Bertha, Paula, and Carline received the Mary Lou Williams Women In Jazz Award at Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 2005. In 2006, Jazzberry Jam! provided the live music for the well-received documentary, Been Rich All My Life, which chronicled the historically rich lives of Harlem’s famed former showgirls, The Silver Belles. The Jazz Foundation of America keeps Paula fairly busy performing and she works with other musicians as well.
Jack and Anastasia draw upon Gail Sheehy’s Middletown America: One Town’s Passage From Trauma To Hope, based on a two year study of how Middletown, New Jersey, a town that lost fifty residents to the tragedy coped with the tragedy.
Folks in Middletown, Boston and Newtown were forced to lend a helping hand to one another, coming out better for it, as least in their humanness, in spite of tragedy. What can we learn from looking back to aid us as we attempt to move forward in an era where terrorism and mass violence plague us daily.
As usual the on-air, broadcast portion of the show is followed by a conference call forum discussion. Guests are welcome to join in at: 712.432.0600, access code 640883 (also recorded).
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Aron Houdini made some serious allegations against posttown school in Middletown Ohio. We have some information against Aron.'s stories and we have talked to both sides and we have se I.formation that shows there is issues with Aron and his story....has his stories caused him to lose .......Dayrell Wishman story seems more understanding plus his documents have proven some lies in Aron's story......Have u done an investigation there? Share what u seen and proven evidence....
High wire artist Philippe Petit can inspire you with his new book Creativity: the Perfect Crime. Listen in and you can become a co conspirator in your lifetime of artistic endeavors.
World wide wine rock star Kevin Zraly talks about the best $12 bottle of wine for your backyard dining. And, find out who drinks the most wine...the answer may surprise you.
Grab your autograph book. Film and television stars descend upon Middletown, New York THIS WEEKEND for the Hoboken International Film Festival and you're invited.
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Redneck Weddings, a comedy cross between the Beverly Hillbillies meets Arrested Development will premier at the Hoboken International Film Festival. The festival runs from May 30th to June 5th 2014 at the Paramount Theatre in Middletown, NY.
About the show:
In Texas, Breesy is famous for being the kiss of death. Breesy has buried six fiancées dying from an unexpected heart attack to her man being run over as road kill. Her dream is to find the love of her life and have a big redneck wedding. So far, she has been labeled in her hometown as the “Big O Kiss of Death” and the memory of dying husbands-to-be that die in front of her before she even gets to wear her wedding dress on her big day permeates.
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