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I would like to put to rest the myth of free public transportation. This is a favorite project of the progressive era, but it makes no economic, or even socially conscious, sense and I'll prove it. Hope to hear your worldview now toll-freed 888-773-4496.
Amanda Ruggeri of Revealed Rome shares some tips on how to use Rome's public transportation.
1. Using the Metro - buying tickets, how getting lost is VERY hard to do, avoiding pickpockets, why there are so many stairs to get to the platform, and prices.
2. Cabs - hailing a cab, prices, avoiding the scams. I know cabs aren't public transportation, but it's important to talk about them.
3. Buses - where to buy your tickets, not getting fined, how to enjoy the bus lines to experience more of Rome.
4. Trams - Getting to the outskirts of Rome, enjoying the ride.
5. Flat Rate fare from the Airports to Rome's center in a cab - prices.
6. A couple of funny stories so you will all learn from our mistakes.
Visit Amanda's site to read her tips too: http://bit.ly/13U7GV7 & http://bit.ly/17DBQOJ
Public transportation in South Carolina: Why is it that when we go to other cities like New York, DC and Philly, we willingly take public transporation but in SC, we won't hop in our cars to go everywhere? What will it take for you to give public transporation a try?
Tune into the Ron and Don Show as we take listeners on a historic step-by-step lay out of the hustle for public safety money and how, by the evidence of the latest murders, it has not worked in Minneapolis. From July 25 to July 26 (24 hours), two people died from gunshots, many more injured. Ron and Don will discuss how to end this tragic violence, but also point fingers at the organizations that have sold out the black community in favor of a working friendship that is more dysfunctional then a duck with rabbit ears. As always, the phone lines will be open.
Welcome to the long awaited show…Feel So Good with Soulful Rosie. Join her as she introduces a plethora of knowledge, with a broad range of interest to help you Feel So Good!!
Soulful Rosie a 25 year radio and public personality, prides herself in supporting the healing of lives around the globe, by introducing the most advanced products, experts, and modalities, blended with fun, music to make you’re a day a bit more enlightened.
Soulful Rosie was invited to represent the DHSEA bill in 1994, this became the most successful grassroots bill in American History. This bill allows all of us to continue to enjoy our favorite vitamins and complimentary medicine in America!
She has been a consumer advocate following the devastating health challenges faced by 2 of her 4 sons. Now she dedicates her life Paying it Forward. Her passion to support our hurting military holds a dear place in her heart.
Join us now as we bring you the Feel So Good Radio show, with Janet aka Soulful Rosie.
Changing Worlds' Executive Director Mark Rodriguez joins Mary E., to share information about the organization and the up and coming Fundraiser crEATeFest to be held in Chicago's most culturally diverse neighborhoods, Bridgeport. Changing Worlds presents CrEATefest, Family Fun-Day Sunday August 9, 2015.
About Changing Worlds Changing Worlds is an educational arts nonprofit organization whose mission is to foster inclusive communities through oral history, writing and art programs that improve student learning, affirm identity and enhance cross-cultural understanding. We work toward our mission through in-school and after-school programs, teacher and teaching artists professional development and community engagement intiatives. Through our combined programs, last year we reached more than 14,000 youths and families in the Chicagoland area. Additional information can be found at www.changingworlds.org.
Mark Rodriguez, Executive Director
As the organization’s first Executive Director, Mark Rodriguez has led Changing Worlds’ development from a small project at one school to a multi-faceted state-wide resource serving over 10,000 residents annually. Rodriguez has worked for over a decade to strengthen Chicago's nonprofits and communities in various roles. In 2007, Rodriguez was selected as one of Chicago's "35 under 35" from the Community Renewal Society. In 2010, he was awarded an Emerging Arts Leaders of Color Fellowship.
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Lakeisha Robichaux is the CEO and Founder of Chief of Minds, a Human Resources and Business Consulting Company. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Business Management and a Master’s in Business Administration. Having over 15 years of human resources and business management experience in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, including holding several multi-state leadership positions (Executive Director of the Recovery School District where she led and managed operations for schools in Baton Rouge, Shreveport, St. Helena and Pointe Coupee). She also led human resources strategy for Dollar General and Innovative Management Solutions in four states. Lakeisha is a passionate advocate for women, entrepreneurship and high quality education to all kids. She is happily married to Chad Robichaux and they are the proud parents of two boys, Brian and Brayden Robichaux. Lakeisha is a devoted and active member of Beech Grove Baptist Church, an active member of Junior League of Baton Rouge, and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority just to name a few.
And now, let's discuss WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND, with Lakeisha!!
This is our final show with Deanne Adamson. It has been such a pleasure and a wealth of information on this much needed topic to bring awareness to the public of what else is available. For the final talk in our addiction recovery series Deanne Adamson of Being True To You Integrative Recovery Coaching brings the conversation to the next height in recovery to help you optimize your life after addiction. There are many ways to optimize your life starting with the principles and practices you use, to the rituals and regimens you put into place, to the flexibility and flow you are able to achieve, to the social network and setting you surround yourself in, and to the enjoyment and contentment you cultivate through your activities. Your experience through recovery is less about your circumstance and more about your perception and response to your circumstance. You can tune in and listen to the show at www.blogtalkradio.com/lindasconscioustalks or you can call in and ask questions at (347) 850-8423.
A sure bet for recouping you broadband investment? Follow Columbus, Ohio’s game plan of marrying wired and wireless broadband so your local government’s Internet of Things and their Internet of People to form a truly smart city.
Columbus uses broadband and information technology to innovate, collaborate, attract investment, improve government services delivery and raise the quality of life for its citizens, winning it the 2015 Intelligent Community of the Year award. The Intelligent Community Forum (IFC) gives this award to highlight communities’ best practices for adapting to the demands of the broadband economy.
Gary Cavin, City of Columbia, decribe some of the projects that contributed to his city’s winning its prestigious honor. Researchers at Ohio State University won a two-year $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to create a safe and resilient network architecture dubbed the “Science DMZ.”
New gigabit networking and application support tools are being developed that will foster broadband adoption. High-definition video supporting public safety, law enforcement and first responders. The city’s Comprehensive Traffic Signaling System (CTSS) program is building a backbone of fiber optic cable and wireless communications technologies.
Cavin informs listeners how other cities can use the power of the gigabit to transform government services and create new applications. Several of Columbus’ best practices will be included in the new version Craig Settles’ book, Building the Gigabit City.
Married couples often seek to correct each other, not realizing what they say and do may be hurtful. We'll examine three cases today: in the first one, a husband is concerned about his wife's obesity, and his intention is to remind her to stick to a diet, but his constant, public reminders about her weight only makes her feel humiliated. In the second case, the wife, a college professor, keeps correcting her husband's grammar. He is head of a community organization a often is asked to speak, but sometimes mispronounces words. She says she's trying to help him. He says she's arrogant and condescending.
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