• 01:30

    One-Heart Messages with Robin: Cat Messages and Meditations!

    in Spirituality

    Hello !  I'm Robin Guayasamin-Salerno, the host of One-Heart Messages with Robin, offering a weekly radio program to discuss spiritual, healing messages from the worlds of animals, Spirit, and your own intuitive abilities.


    This week we will be discussing the curious world of the cat- messages from my own cats, Atlas and Nuru, and their definite opinion of us all!  Also, as a special treat, a wonderful cat meditation from my shamanic spirit cat, to help you with "Life Directions", as she calls it.


     Be sure to call in for your own message LIVE on the air  from the "Feline Kind" by calling )646-649-0027!


    I am available for indepth consultations for your pet and you by calling (262) 501-4838, or by contacting me on my websites, www.robinsalerno.com and www.innersongs.net.


    Robin is a native american sixth-generation psychic-medium and animal intuitive who was raised in the historic village of Lily Dale, New York, in a family of mediums. Robin has spent the past twenty years teaching and lecturing on various metaphysical subjects throughout the Northeastern and Midwest US.  Today, Robin is the director of Innersongs, LLC., outside of Milwaukee, WI, where she and her herd of horses offer workshops and personal consultations for self-discovery using the wisdom of horses and the teachings of the animal and spirit worlds.


     

  • 00:56

    Episode 239: The best of the NGO in Africa with Alex Martin

    in Military

    I want to return to our first Midrats from this year to keep the focus one more week on the eastern part of Africa with a returning guest Alex Martin who will give us a first hand report from a personal and professional perspective.


    Alex graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy and went on to lead infantry, reconnaissance and special operations units in multiple combat deployments. Upon leaving active duty, Alex started a private maritime security company that served commercial shipping interests in the Indian Ocean. In July 2013 Alex joined Nuru International and currently serves as a Foundation Team Leader in Kenya.

  • 01:03

    Episode 209: Kenya and East Africa with Alexander Martin

    in Military

    Many continue to focus on the "Pacific Pivot" and/or IndoPac, but the news seems to keep finding its way back to Africa.


    This Sunday we're going to leave IndoPac and all that in order to focus the full hour discussing the eastern part of Africa with a returning guest Alex Martin who will give us a first hand report from a personal and professional perspective.


    Alex graduated with distinction from the U.S. Naval Academy and went on to lead infantry, reconnaissance and special operations units in multiple combat deployments. Upon leaving active duty, Alex started a private maritime security company that served commercial shipping interests in the Indian Ocean. In July 2013 Alex joined Nuru International and currently serves as a Foundation Team Leader in Kenya.

  • 02:01

    Nothing To Lose

    in Entertainment

    Nothing to Lose. Hosted by Brian Fugett, Michael Goscinski and Michelle L. Quinn. Open Mic/Free-for-all--poetry, current events, prose, and chaos.
    brought to you by The Literary Underground
    sponsored by POETRY GRENADES

  • 01:17

    Erotic Nights around the World: International Sex Clubs

    in Romance

    Grab your passport and an economy pack of condoms.  We are visiting fetish and sex clubs around the world.  We'll be lightly tickling the surface of fetishes including role play, threesomes, swinging and then smacking into other intriguing sexual experiences including nuru erotic massage, cuckholding and domination.  Get ready to visit Rio, Barcelona, Tokyo, Paris, Berlin and Paris on this whirlwind tour.
    Talking in the Dark is presented by Monwiniel.  Follow us at facebook.com/monwinielspage and twitter.com/monwiniel.

  • 04:00

    Parties in race to beat registration deadline

    in Social Networking

    Twenty-four political parties have so far applied for full registration in a rush to beat the April 30 compliance deadline.By Wednesday only four political parties had been issued with the certificates of full registration while the rest are waiting clearance by the Acting Registrar of Political Parties Lucy Ndung’u.Gichugu MP Martha Karua’s Narc-Kenya received its certificate on March 23, followed by the National Vision Party, which is led by former cabinet minister Nicholas Biwott on April 4.Labour Party of Kenya (LPK) and Grand National Union of Kenya (GNU) also received their certificates on April 4. Prof Julia Ojiambo is the leader of LPK while GNU, a splinter party of the Party of National Unity (PNU), is led by Assistant Minister Mwangi Kiunjuri.Parties that are still waiting for certificates are Orange Democratic Movement, PNU, PNU-Alliance, Wiper Democratic Movement-Kenya, Ford-Kenya, Ford-People, New Ford Kenya, United Democratic Forum Party and Kenya Social Congress.Others are the Democratic Party, the Independent Party, Agano Party, Party of Action, Nuru Party, Mazingira Greens Party, Kenya National Congress, Party of Independent Candidates and Restore and Build Kenya.The National Alliance Party of Kenya, which is touted to be the party that Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta would take over, has yet to hand in its application.The party is associated with businessman Nginyo Kariuki.Kanu is expected to hand in its application after a National Delegates Conference expected to take place on Saturday.For a political party to get full registration it has to have recruited not fewer than 2,000 registered voters from each of more than half of the 47 counties.The members have to reflect regional and ethnic diversity, gender balance and representation of minorities and marginalised groups.

  • 02:03

    Barber/Sports Talk

    in Entertainment

    Al Dillapree Sr. Host, Co-Hosted by (Doc) and (Nat Monnie) show that focuses on Sports, The Barbershop and the Barber Culture. This week we talk Baseball Playoffs. The NFL Season is shaping up to be a great one. DC will give his Fitness advice. Doc will tell us What's Up. We talk  Kamal Nuru from the NYC Barber Battle. Ronnie Mack will educate you. The Barbershop Roll Call starts at 6:55pm, Are you in? All that and much more....

  • 01:38

    Barber/Sports Talk

    in Entertainment

    Al (Mr.Fademup) Dillapree sr. host, co-hosted by (Doc) and (Nat the Barber) show that focuses on Sports, The Barbershop and the Barber culture. Todays show will discuss Mike Vick and the NFL. We talk New York City Barber Battle. Todays guest is Kamal Nuru. Judges of the show and Master Barbers: Deny Moe and Rodrick Samuels. Winners of the female competition: Marisol Castanos and student Barber winner: Angel Raws.

  • 01:37

    Barber/Sports Talk

    in Entertainment

    Al (Mr.Fademup) Dillapree sr. host, co-hosted by (Doc) and (Nat the Barber) show that focuses on Sports, the Barbershop and the Barber culture. Todays show will discuss the Miami Heat, Cam Newton and the NCAA Rules, NFL Talk. Todays guest is Master Barber/Entrepernuer from NY, host of the NY City Barber Battle, Kamal Nuru.

  • 03:00

    PARTIES GIVE DIRECT NOMINATIONS TO ASPIRANTS.

    in Social Networking

    Four political parties have offered direct nominations to candidates for the Makadara, Starehe and Juja by-elections.

    PNU, ODM, DP and Narc-Kenya broke away from the tradition of offering party supporters an opportunity to elect their candidate for the September 20 by-elections.

    And all party leaders have defended the move.

    Interestingly, all former MPs who contested results of the 2007 elections in the three constituencies will be on the ballot box, after their parties cleared them.

    In Makadara, ODM nominated former MP Reuben Ndolo to face immediate former MP Dick Wathika of PNU.

    In Starehe, ODM’s Margaret Wanjiru was cleared to defend her seat against former Minister Maina Kamanda of PNU.

    Fresh leadership

    In Juja, immediate former MP George Thuo of PNU was cleared to defend his seat against former MP William Kabogo of Narc-Kenya.

    Yesterday, ODM Director of Elections Joseph Misoi said Mr Dick Githaiga has also been cleared to contest the Juja parliamentary seat on the party ticket.

    Others cleared for the contest and are expected to hand over their nomination certificates to the Interim Independent Electoral Commission (IIEC), today include Mwalimu Muchai, a former Mang’u High School Principal (DP), and KSC’s Alice Nganga. In Starehe, DP Organising Secretary Jacob Haji said the party had cleared Mr Jimnah Mbaru, a businessman.

    In Starehe Narc-Kenya has nominated Mr Jackson Mwangi, while Mr Mike ‘Sonko’ Mbuvi will be the party candidate in Makadara.

    Nuru Party’s Lindi Wafula will also contest the Makadara seat. Ms Wafula said she would be asking voters to try new leaders.

    Also cleared for Juja is former MP Stephen Ndichu of Agano party. Yesterday, the candidates exuded confidence and called for peaceful campaigns.

    Mr Mwangi said: "The Starehe electorate have an opportunity to try somebody else and if given a chance I would end the history of unfulfilled election pledges by the two former MPs."

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