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Everyone has probably heard about the extinction of the Passenger Pigeon. Some of you have probably heard about more Martha the last known of her species who died in a zoo. But do you know the whole story about how this bird whose massive populations once darkened the sky was so totally exterminated that it came down to one? How did this bird effect American culture and what's going on with the Passenger Pigeon Project that marks the 100th Anniversary of Martha's passing and the end of a species. Join host Sarah Uthoff as she talks with Kyle Bagnall of Chippewa Nature Center.
Walter Scott was driving his passenger home for a cookout when he was pulled over and shot dead by South Carolina cop
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3040668/Walter-Scott-heading-home-cookout-Michael-Slager-shot-him.html#ixzz3XQYdXzap
Third suspect arrested in 'horrific Panama City gang rape attack' that occurred as hundreds of bystanders did nothing to help incapacitated victim
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3040551/Third-suspect-arrested-horrific-Panama-City-gang-rape-attack-occurred-hundreds-bystanders-did-help-incapacitated-victim.html#ixzz3XQZ33VHF
Video shows teens brutally attack man at Tennessee gas station
Join us as our host, Carol McDaniel, sits down with guest Karen Maldonado.
Karen is the injury prevention coordinator for Florida Suncoast SAFE KIDS Coalition led by All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine. She has been with All Children’s since February 2015.
Before joining All Children’s, Karen worked as a child passenger safety technician and instructor. She currently teaches 10 car seat classes per month at All Children’s main campus and outpatient locations. From drowning prevention and pedestrian safety to installing a car seat properly, find out firsthand what it’s like to work as an injury prevention coordinator at All Children’s Hospital.
To learn more about Karen Maldonado and Florida Suncoast SAFE KIDS Coalition, tune in Wednesday, April 15 at 12:30 p.m. EST. Remember to follow the backchannel on twitter! #ACHradio
This week on the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's The Let's Talk Trains Show, Kansas City Nathan and co-host APRHF President Bob Cox, will be discussing the world of railroading communications via signaling. Joining us this week, as our Featured Guest, will be Lindsey Fowlers, who worked for the ICG in the Signal Department in Illionis & parts of Missouri.
Join us, as we talk about the history of signaling, why different versions of signalling throughout the country, and so on.
Good Morning and Welcome to the Seriouside of the jrilshow. This morning will be a roundtable discussion on the following topics and more....
Germanwing Plane Crash
Passenger jumps out of airplane
Ted Cruz announces his candidacy for POTUS
Texas Open carry on college campuses
Aaron Hernandez Trial update
This edition of the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains Podcast we talk to a Railroader that has retired and is now one of the biggest railfans in Chicago, John Green of Greenrail1 productions on YouTube has worked for the American Association of Railroads (twice), the Union Pacific, Wisconsin Central and retired from Canadian National as a Senior Manager. John will talk about his experiences in the wide variety of positions he has held. After moving on down the line, John will entertain us with a few of his railfan stories.
The Mid-Missouri Railfan Facebook group invited the APRHF's Let''s Talk Trains to it's first ever meet-up in Morrison, Missouri along the Union Pacifc's Jefferson City Sub. A double tracksubdivision in East Central Missouri. Coal trains, Intermodal, Grain Trains pass by. We will meet a few and find out what they like best about railfanning.
Join us for a very topical program.
Aaron Sims of Project We Hope Dream & Believe
Floyd Dent “I’m lucky to be living. I think they was trying to kill me, especially when they had choked me. I mean, I was on my last breath. I kept telling the officer, ‘Please, I can’t breathe,’” Dent said. Dent was not armed, but was driving on a suspended license. Police said they found a bag of crack cocaine under the passenger’s seat, but Dent said it was planted.Dent, who retired from Ford Motor Co. after 37 years, has no criminal record. Dent said a blood test revealed he didn’t have any drugs in his system. “I don’t have to sell drugs. I don’t sell drugs,” Dent said.
Darrell Gardner's Horsemanship was founded upon four principles:
Showing Your Horse Love By expressing love to your horse it helps to build a good relationship and strong bond. This will lead to a better response from your horse. Gaining Respect If you don't have respect on the ground, you won't have it on the saddle. Respect is an essential part of horsemanship and it begins with good ground manners Teaching Obedience Obedience comes with consistent training. This teaches your horse what you expect and how to quickly respond to the cues given. Loyalty between the horse and trainer It all begins with gaining trust. Your initial approach is extremely important.
Widowed in 2006, award winning comedian and New York City playwright Carol Scibelli penned her memoir Poor Widow Me (Pigeon Press, 2011) about the humerous side of widowhood. Regarding the loss of her beloved husband of 33 years, Scibelli writes, “While I was waiting for his death to sink in, I’d sit on the floor of my closet, talking directly to my husband’s shirts and pants. They were unresponsive, but I knew in my heart that his Dockers missed me very much, too.”
Carol's often blogs about her life as a widow and her essays have been published in The New York Times, Newsday, and dozens of other publications for which she has received several awards. She is a member of the New York Friars Club, an association of comedians and celebrities, where she heads the “Meet Your Fellow Friars” committee and writes for their newsletter, Friar’s Epistle. She is also a founding member and Director of Programs for the nonprofit Manhattan Playwrights, Inc.
Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they talk with Carol Scibelli about widowhood on Wednesday, March 25, 2015, at www.griefdiaries.com beginning at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern.
After 6 months of battling with health care providers who either didn’t care, or wanted to report my family to child protective services, I was diagnosed at age 13 with Crohn’s disease. 21 years later, I’m missing a lot of intestine, have gained a bunch of symptoms and side effects, and am in my seventh year facilitating an IBD support group for my region. I’ve been incorrectly diagnosed with ovarian cancer, told I had an hour to live, been a passenger in an ambulance that got lost, fought for reasonable accommodations at work, bought and lost a home, participated in clinical trials for two medications that are currently very popular, and probably used half of the public restrooms in the United States.
I was a Stanford Medicine X ePatient Scholar for 2012 and again in 2014. That same year I was also selected to present a panel I created on invisible illness and pain tracking. The panel is notable for including the first virtual patient panelist at MedX.
Follow Carly on Twitter: @CarlyRM
website is: http://blog.chronicarly.com/
The MOMocrats talk about Bibi Netanyahu's big win and the resurrection of the US neocons, Aaron Shock's departure from Congress (who's going to get that Downton Abbey styled office?), more lies about Hillary... and the possibly hilarious news that Donald Trump may be running again for President in this week's podcast looking at the day's political news from the progressive point of view. An Engender Media Group production.
Debbie's believes that we can all make a difference in our communities and ultimately the world, if we were to share our journey's and our experiences with others. Debbie's greatest desire is to inspire others to overcome life issues and fulfill their purpose. Join Debbie every Tuesday at 8:30pm GMT with special guests. Joining Debbie on today's show is Joanna Oliver.
Joanna Oliver is a mum to three beautiful children, who has developed a diverse skills set and refuses to be pigeon holed by restrictive job descriptions and titles. Joanna is a self defined Altrepreneur with experience in working as a University Lecturer, working with charities and community initiatives in a range of roles, including as a strategist and work-based learning assessor, trainer, supervisor, bid writer and copy writer. I have enjoyed experiences as an International conference speaker, trainer and coach and am a published author..... and so much more. ConsultAChameleon grew from an auto/biographical doctoral study where she discovered my chameleonic tendencies of flexibility and resilience, rooted in my childhood experiences. Thus, ConsultAChameleon is a chameleonic brand that is
multiplicit, flexible and responsive.
I look forward to you joining me Debbie and my special guest Joanna Oliver for Pure Inspiration.
This week, on the American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's The Let's Talk Trains Show, we welcome a man who has worked railroad industry for many years--working several years for a freight railroad and another 25-years as an Amtrak Conductor. Kansas City Nathan will welcome Wes Archibald to the show, to discuss the good, the bad, the happy, the sad, the beautiful, and the ugly of railroad life.
We will open up the phone lines to discuss the different aspects of working for the railroad---figuring out truth from fiction. Wes & KC Nathan will talk about some of the folks that have been in the forefront of national news, from greatness to tragedy.
During the show, we will remember our friend---our "Official Caller" Ken Ruben, who passed away the morning of Thursday, March 12th.
Join us, this Saturday, March 14th at 12-noon Central/10am Pacific. Call in during the live show (@ 646-716-7106), join us in the chatroom, on Facebook and Twitter.
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