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Buzz Kanter is Editor-In-Chief and Publisher of American Iron Magazine, American Iron Garage, and Motorcycle Rides & Culture magazine. He was inducted into the AMA’s Hall of Fame in 2002. Buzz is a true lover of vintage motorcycles. He launched the Stamford Connecticut based TAM Communications ina spare bedroom in 1989 publishing “Old Bike Journal” and then two years later bought the nearly dead 2 year old American Iron Magazine which focuses on American bikes such as Harley Davidson and Indian brands. In 1993 he added RoadBike (renamed Motorcycle Rides & Culture a couple of years ago) for riders of all makes and those who enjoy cruising. I met Buzz (#15) on the 2014 Cannonball Ride as he rode his 1936 Harley VLH from Daytona FL to Tacoma Washington.
LISTEN IN AS WE TALK TO THE IRON WOMEN THAT WILL BE ON THE CARD THIS WEEKEND!!!
NOV 7TH -- 3797 CONTRACTORS PLACE -- 5PM
Nick & Erik are back for another Motivational Monday!!! This week on Nick and Erik in the Monin the two co-host will be dissecting a quote and teaching in the topic of Personal Developement. The title "Iron Sharpens Iron" is one that's more than apropos for this segment, Tune In and hear how!!
Iron Bow's Dan Klanderman shares his thoughts about telemedicine and telehealth and how organizations are innovatively solving the issue of the "last mile" in rural areas. Many in America not only do not enjoy high-speed broadband access, but many also do not have any Internet access at all, but smartphones and mobile connectivity are creating opportunities for those people to take advantage of some telehealth solutions today.
The Norfolk Botanical Garden is an oasis that sits on a 155 acre site near the Norfolk International Airport. The garden showcases 52 themed gardens including a butterfly garden, rose garden and other diverse flora. President Michael Desplaines tells us that visitors will soon experience a taste of Asia when the garden hosts Lanterasia.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has launched four trusted traveler programs to help streamline the travel experience to and around the United States. One program, TSA Precheck is overseen by the Transportation Security Administration and we'll get the 4-1-1 from Nathan Tsoi on how the TSA Precheck program can help travelers avoid long and aggravating security lines.
We had an opportunity to speak to Richard Zarkin about Mexico's Riviera Nayarit following a recent trip to Puerto Vallarta. Richard joins World Footprints to explain why Riviera Nayarit is more than just a pretty beach resort.
As part of our "Best Of" series we will share our interview with Cat Cora, the first and only female Iron Chef. Cat will talk about her journey to the culinary world as well as her Chefs For Humanity foundation and her mission to end worldwide hunger.
For those of us in the fitness industry long enough , we know that the field was not molded by the barrage of infomercials of endless gadgets and diets, that dance along our TV screens daily. It was built by the vision of these people. Join hosts Laurie Towers and Elite Ziegelman as they welcome fitness guru and creator of the "Buns and Abs Of Steel" series Tamilee Webb on this debut segment of "Pumping Pioneers".
My friend, Amos Johnson, PhD, saw a need and filled it. Christian entrepeneurs know that the secular world does not understand their faith, and the church does not alway understand their grind.
Amos is the founder of Church for Entrepreneurs - a podcast that teaches Christian Entrepreneurs the Word, so they can grow their Faith to succeed at their entrepreneurial calling. Amos believes God has given him a calling to help Christian Entrepreneurs succeed at their calling. He strongly believes a fulfilled life comes from clearly knowing what God has called you to do and doing it.
Does "Pumping Iron" "breathing heavy", or "Being Quiet" matter?
Who really cares about you? Do you know how to do belly breaths? Who taught you how to do that? What do adults really know? Should doctors be required to learn and teach proper breathing to budding parents?
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And we're back and in full effect, people! Listen to the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse podcast, airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. Check out Dburt, Capt. Kirk and "The Uncanny" Daryll B. as they shed light on this week's blerd (and not blerd) oriented subject matter: well...it's finally here! the crew unpacks just how binge worthy is Netflix' Jessica Jones? And what about Luke Cage coming to life?; noted comic creator and educator, John Ira Jennings stops by to discuss his latest project, Blue Hand Mojo as well as his history in pulp fiction, thoughts on diversity in comics and minority themed comic conventions; more guests! cosplayer, Valerie Complex of Anime Complexium joins us to discuss racist and misogynist trolling being levied toward female cosplayers of color; can CW's The Flash get any better? Not only does longtime Flash villain, Gorilla Grodd make another appearance but we also caught a glimpse of Gorilla City; early reviews for the Star Wars: The Force Awakens centered video game, Battlefront are in (and they're mixed...or are they); Marvel execs suggest that the internet tales of Netlix' Iron Fist series being scrapped are false (whew); more stories of higher education racism are on the rise as photos of (solely) Black Harvard law professors are defaced on campus; an all White Oscar worthy actress cover of the Hollywood Reporter stirs controversy. And lastly, in the wake of radical Islamic attacks in Mali, are African-Americans as invested in the terrorist debate as the general public? And if not, should they be? Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.