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Scott Kalama Hawaiian/ The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Oregon. Born July 20 1985 born and raised on the reservation he experienced the struggle. He soon found music from the late 2pac who inspired him to write poetry in junior high school. Started recording in 2012 with the single "blessed to be the best" which received radio play. He soon linked up with Beats Lyrics Leaders who became his mentors Yamio 263 Chaz Mortimer and J Ross Parrelli. His related to Chief Joseph through his great grandfather Richard Halfmoon who is full blooded NezPerce. His proud to be native american because of the spiritual foundation. Ancestors are from Celilo Village along the Columbia River.
Find him on youtube, cd baby and Amazon.com!
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In September 2010 Jonathan JDOGG Lederman had a vision to help other people to excel through a radio show, Get Motivated With Jonathan JDOGG Lederman. That vision became a reality when he interviewed his forst guest M.J. Ryan, Author of The Giving Heart. It was at that moment that JDOGG realized he could empower and inspire others with a positive message. He began to interview people like Maurice DiMino, The Sicilian Mentor and decided he would make his show a show for thse interested in spiritual and personal development. JDOGG quickly started to book guests like Kimberly West, Lisa McCourt, Becca Tebon, Coach Shantel Smith, Ryan Lowe, Josh Hinds, Tina Pugliese, Dana Gore, and other leaders in the personal and spiritual development field. JDOGG encourages his listeners to call in with questions. JDOGG has received great feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org on how his show is positively impacting lives.
JDOGG has an interesting background that truly shows his commitment to showing his listeners that service to humanity is the best work of life. JDOGG has served as a U.S. Peace Corps Volunteer in The Philippines. He has been active in The Jaycees and with The American Cancer Society. JDOGG's awards and accomplishments are numerous including raising over $30,000 for The American Cancer Society Relay For Life. He has been honored with a Governor's Point of Light Award, The 2008 Hope Award from The American cancer Society, The WRMF Radio Hometown Hero Award, The U.S. Jaycees John H. Armbruster Award, and a Junior Chamber International Senatrship.
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Adam Biggers of Bleacher Report breaks down Michigan's 52-14 season-opening trouncing of Appalachian State in five minutes, brought to you by @a2iwheels and @FanDuel.
Devin Gardner and Devin Funchess led the way in the first half for the Wolverines, who entered the break with a 35-0 lead due in part to Funchess' three touchdowns.
Ushering in the No. 1 jersey in style, Funchess, a junior, made difficult catches look like child's play en route to becoming the first Wolverines receiver to open the year with a trio of six-pointers.
Derrick Green and De'Veon Smith combined for 285 yards and three touchdwons. Smith scored twice, Green once.
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Junior cyclist Summer Moak is our Weekly Conversation as she discusses breaking a US national record in the 2K individual pursuit and how her team, TWENTY16 Cycling, has helped realize her lifelong dream. Fanatic Radio also kicks off the 2014 College Football season on College Colors Day previewing a wild season ahead with all roads leading to Dallas for the inaugural College Football Playoff.
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Welcome to “Golf Talk Live”
This week on the broadcast I have a great line-up of guests, but first let me remind everyone that this broadcast is "Live" on Blog Talk Radio from 6–8PM CST.
My guests this week: – Rick Wolf -Head Golf Professional, Tiger Point Golf Club, also joining me David Juhola - Bridgestone territory manager for Alabama/panhandle of Florida.
Later in the broadcast I will be joined by the father daughter team, Barry & Carly Ray Goldstein.
A lot has changed since I last spoke to these two. Barry worked the bag as it were during the summer for daughter Carly Ray, and Carly Ray gets ready for her second year at LSU.
Join me, Thursday 6PM CST right here on Golf Talk Live!
The Centre Ice Hockey Show sits down with the Superior International Junior Hockey League commissioner to discuss what is happening in the SIJHL this coming season in Northwestern Ontario. Listen to us grill Bryan Graham about his new position as the SIJHL commissioner.
Centre Ice Hockey Show is a way to not only air our grievances about the state of hockey, but to constantly speak out in hopes of bringing out the best of the junior hockey world going forward. This show was a small attempt to push fans, coaches, front office, executives, players and media out of their comfort zone, and not just to blindly smile when asked questions.
As with many growing internet trends, we are managing to get noticed, get taken seriously, and to annoy the old-school media elite who feel as though they are entitled to exclusive access.
We have been given a chance to be part of this small history in media and will continue bringing our fans new, truthful and hot hockey topics from Junior Hockey.
Centre Ice Hockey Show with Jay Houslander is a high energy all access hockey talk show. Each week, Houslander will take callers, talk about current hockey topics, and invite active and former players, coaches, executives and general managers to discuss hockey inside and out.
Centre Ice Hockey Show is about the hockey happenings and the insanity that is happening on the ice, in the dressing rooms and the front offices in the hockey world, today!
The 24/7 Hockey Show will sit down with 20 year old Cochrane, Ontario native Matthieu Verreault and his father Stephane about the life of a junior hockey player.
About the 24/7 Hockey Show
24/7 Hockey Show will be unleashed! It is news, talk and round table discussions that will revolutionize the way that you will look at junior hockey.
Get your junior hockey news every week with highlights, analysis, scores, statistics and all the junior hockey information you’ll need and get set up for what lies ahead. The 24/7 Hockey Show will take you rink to rink, joined weekly by the game’s biggest names and controversial discussions on what is happening in the junior hockey world. It’s the perfect way for the hockey fan to drop the puck each week.
Whether it’s reviewing, replaying, discussing or deciding – this is the place to be. And one thing’s for certain – when it comes to opinion – this means war. Hosted by the always entertaining Jay Houslander and the outspoken Marcel Audet, we’ll take a stand, we’ll take callers and we’ll take no prisoners.
It’s a fact – so get out of the way or you may get run over.
Dr. Aletha Maybank is a young, highly respected physician on a mission. Her professional and volunteer life reflects her passion to improve the quality of health in various communities - in New York City, nationally, and abroad. Dr. Maybank is highly sought after for her expertise in preventive medicine, food and fitness, maternal and child he...alth, cancer, HIV/AIDS, community health, and health inequities. Currently, Dr. Maybank is an Assistant Commissioner at the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. She is also a founding board member of the Artemis Medical Society (an international mentoring, networking, and advocacy organization of over 2,500 Black female physicians). The double-board certified physician is also co-founder of the "We Are Doc McStuffins" movement, a movement founded by African American female physicians who were inspired by the Disney Junior character Doc McStuffins (see link below). In 2010, Dr. Maybank served on two medical mission trips to Haiti to assist in the post-earthquake relief efforts. While there, she provided direct health care to child survivors. In an effort to make health an accessible topic "wherever one lives, works, plays, and prays," Dr. Maybank created the blog, On Call in the City.
In the media circuit, Dr. Maybank has appeared or been profiled on MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry show, BET's 106 & Park, HuffPost Live, Our World with Black Enterprise, FOX 5 NY Good Day Street Talk, and various other outlets. She has also advised on three film projects: the award-winning documentary "Soul Food Junkies" by Byron Hurt, "The Deadliest Disease in America" by Crystal Emery, and "The Tale of Timmy Two Chins" by Luis Hernandez. For her accomplishments, she has been honored by the National Coalition of 100 Black Men, The Network Journal 40 Under 40, the Hip Hop Loves Foundation, and NV Magazine's Movers and Shakers 2010.
This is the We Coach TENNIS radio show. We speak with different coaches and players each week exploring the profession of coaching tennis around the US and world. Tennis is a lifetime sport enjoyed by many people across the world. We explore the ways in which tennis coaches develop players.
We explore what motivates tennis coaches.
We look at tennis news from around the world and discuss current policy and how it affects the ways in which coaches operate.
We highlight the often forgotten and neglected tennis coaches and professionals from around the world. If we can find those special and terrific coaches that are not on the world stage we will and we will try and get a glimpse into what makes them important to their students.
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Author, Towanda Allen, will be sharing with us about the new release of her journal/workbook written for pre-teens and teens around personal growth and preparation for adulthood and more importantly; leadership.
The children today will be our leaders tomorrow. Why not give them the tools to prepare themselves for the future? Personal growth should not be something only for adults; junior high and high school can be the most difficult time for teens and despite our best adult efforts, teaching them how to deal with it the way we did doesn't always work. Our life experiences were designed for us and that includes children. They too are souls coming to Earth for experience...we should allow them to create methods to deal with challenges on their own. As adults, we are their guides, not their dictators.
Towanda has been loving and caring for children for over 20 years. This book is the result of realizing that children too need tools for personal growth. Why wait until they are adults when they have to search out the tools for themselves?
The education system, teachers and the clergy are not responsible to teach children how to search within themselves and learn character development. It’s an inside job; a job done within the family unit and this book is provided as a resource for parents and their children.
Leaders are made, not born. Let’s give our children the tools to become the amazing leaders they are capable of!