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  • 03:31

    Live Pre- Chesapeake Reggae Fest Show May16-17th Tonight Winston Jarrett

    in Music

    The 5th Annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest also known as the Buckroe Beach Reggae Fest will be held on the beautiful shores of the Chesapeake Bay. Mill Point Park is the gem of Downtown Hampton with splendid views of the waterway, passing boats, and wildlife. A nice setting of nature with lots of trees and grass to kickback  right in the middle of historic downtown Hampton. The festival has a whole array of craft and food vendors to send you on a trip to the islands. Lastly  the event also has many free parking lots that are designated for the event all weekend to make your entry and exit a breeze. Please check the Location tab for exact parking locations . 


    Winston Jarrett (born 14 September 1940) is a Jamaican reggae singer who was part of Alton Ellis's group The Flames in the 1960s before recording with The Righteous Flames and as a solo artist.Born in 1940 in Lime Tree Gardens, Saint Ann Parish, Jarrett grew up in the Jones Town area of Kingston after moving there with his mother at the age of five. There, he was taught to play guitar by Jimmy Cliff and Alton Ellis Jarrett's introduction to the music industry was as a member of Alton Ellis's backing band The Flames in the early 1960s, formed when Ellis's original singing partner Eddie Perkins emigrated to the US, singing on hits such as "Dancecrasher", "Cry Tough", "Rocksteady" and "Girl I've Got a Date" While with Ellis he wrote songs such as "Sunday Coming" and "True Born African". In 1967, Jarrett parted ways with the UK-bound Ellis and with fellow Flame Edgar "Egga" Gardner formed The Righteous Flames with Junior Green, and the trio recorded for Arthur "Duke" Reid's Treasure Isle label and then for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One label

  • 00:40

    Fish Bait Radio "LIVE" with guest Catherine Miller - Day at the Docks

    in Sports

    Join us LIVE on Fish Bait Radio with special guest Catherine Miller as we talk about Day at the Docks.


    36th Annual Port of San Diego’s


    DAY AT THE DOCKS®


    Location: The Sportfishing Landings in Point Loma- Harbor Drive and Scott Street


    Port Of San Diego’s Day At The Docks® Is The


    West Coast’s Largest Public Celebration Of Sportfishing. 


     


    The Port of San Diego’s Day at the Docks® is a free waterfront festival with appeal for the whole family.  Celebrating the official start of San Diego’s spring saltwater sportfishing season, the fleet of 70 sportfishing boats in Point Loma will provide the colorful backdrop to the day's events on San Diego Bay.  From 9 AM to 5 PM, Day at the Docks® will feature open house aboard fleet vessels, boat rides around the bay, casting contests, prizes, displays of fishing tackle, boats, apparel and art.   There are fishing seminars, cooking demonstrations, marine retailers, a stocked fishing area for children, a hands on marine art contest for kids, music, food and live entertainment.    


    Admission to the festival is absolutely free!  There is free parking on Shelter Island with free, frequent shuttles to and from the festival. 


     


    Complete information including seminar speaker schedules, entertainment and exhibitor listings is available on the website: www.sportfishing.org

  • 00:44

    Teddy Bridgewater's inflection point

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 110: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion believes classifying wide receivers according to their offensive roles is an analytic exercise. 


    The ability to play both Z and X at an elite level doubles Breshad Perriman and Kevin White's changes of having a significant offensive roles rookies. 


    Mike Wallace arriving in Minnesota like a rising tide lifting all boats in the harbor, also known as the DeSean Jackson effect.


    In the case of Paul Richardson and Tyler Lockett their inability to run sub-4.40 40s at 5-10 180 likely prohibits them from play split end at a fantasy-relevant level. 


    Fading the hype on Charles Johnson just because he has never posted full year of fantasy WR2 production is misguided.


    Teddy Bridgewater accuracy under pressure was 75.2-percent in 2014, the best since 2008. That combined with a 43.9-percent deep ball completion rate makes him a prime candidate for an inflection point year.


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 00:36

    Great Loop Radio: Proposed Law Would Eliminate Many Anchorages in Florida

    in Travel

    Join us for important up-to-date information on the attempts in Florida to restrict anchoring!


    Florida Senate Bill 1548 titled “An Act Related to Vessel Safety”, addresses many valid safety issues related to the anchoring of derelict boats.  However, it also contains controversial proposals limiting boaters’ ability to anchor in areas “within 200 feet of developed waterfront property” from one hour past sunset until one hour before sunrise.


    The Seven Seas Cruising Association leads a team that includes AGLCA, BoatUS and the National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) in the fight against pending restrictions on the right to anchor in Florida.


    Joining us to talk about SSCA and their efforts in Florida is Dave Skolnick. Dave is a naval architect and marine engineer, a communications professional, and the immediate Past President of SSCA. He works as a member of the SSCA Concerned Cruisers' Committee (CCC) to support cruisers' rights. Dave owns Auspicious Works in Annapolis, Maryland providing communications and navigation equipment services and delivery support to cruisers.


    We'll also be joined by David Doyle, an AGLCA member who is a waterfront landowner in Florida.  He'll share his opinion on the issue.

  • 01:00

    Mar 23 ~ Charlotte View: The 2015 TRIAD DOG GAMES by The Sergei Foundation

    in Pets

    Charlotte View is proud to support The Sergei Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization. Announcing The 2015 Annual TRIAD DOG GAMES (May 16 & 17) at Tanglewood Park (Forsyth County/4061 Clemmons Rd. Clemmons, NC 27012). President and Founder, Karen Fullerton is formally inviting all dogs (and their human families) in the Piedmont TRIAD (Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point) and is extending the invitation to all other cities around (Pet-friendly accomodations available -go to website).


    This two-day public event showcase dogs running, jumping, diving, and retrieving in a variety of competitions for dogs. You may enter your dogs to compete or just come to spectate, spend the day at the park, eat and have some family fun (and don't forget to bring your canine family... leashed, friendly, and rabies vaccinated dogs welcome!).


     Visit their dedicated website at www.triaddoggames.com for more information. For videos and photos please visit their facebook page and like it


    Triad Dog Games is run by The Sergei Foundation.  As the only major fundraiser, your support helps save companion pets’ lives by providing veterinary financial aid to families unable to afford emergency, life-saving care – Because They’re Family!.


    COST: Required donation of $5 per person upon entry (kids 12 and under FREE) Competitions have individual entry fees between $10 - $25.


    7840 North Point Blvd | PO Box 17256 |Winston Salem, NC  27116 | (336) 306-6861|  www.sergeifoundation.org

  • 01:05

    Rick Tamlyn: This Just In and The Bigger Game of Leadership

    in Culture

    The Voice of Leadership welcomes back the fabulous Rick Tamlyn! Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and Master Certified Coach (MCC) as designated by the International Coach Federation, and senior trainer for The Coaches Training Institute, a world-renowned coach training and leadership development organization, Rick brings philosophies to the world such as, "Life's All Made Up!" (so why not create the most exciting and challenging life you can imagine?), and Play Your Bigger Game, an operating system for life that keeps us on the game board; never stuck.


    In this one-on-one interview, Rick talks to VOL host, Linda Lombardo, about his upcoming series on the VOL called This Just In and the Bigger Game of Leadership; don't tell Rick - I hope to get him to take leadership itself through the Bigger Game board to a GULP and a Bold Action.


    Rick also shares his upcoming Bigger Game Expo in June 2015 in Silver Bay, NY, and if we play our cards right, we might even get him to talk about some of his favorites things, such as, row boats, frozen grapes, Ellen DeGeneres, and Karen Carpenter. Just sayin' ...


     


     

  • 00:32

    "RYAN ROCKS IT ASBURY PARK STYLE"

    in Radio

    Hello folks,  Nancy here and happy to announce my next episode will continue on the topic of my Broadcasting experiences with www.hamiltonradio.net spanning over two wonderful years.  I began right here with blogtalkradio and then was asked to join Hamilto Radio. I learned so much working with this radio station which by the way was nominated "Best Internet Radio Station in Support of Live Music" at the most recent Music Awards in Asbury Park, NJ.   I am excited to tell everyone that I will be hosting my (one hour live talk radio shows) with special Guest interviews via Hamilton Radio starting this month.  So actually, I took two whole weeks off thinking I would take a few months to write my book.  hehehe  What can I say bottom line is love doing my MUSIC and you can find me at http://www.reverbnation.com/nancyryan, however, I totally LOVE broadcasting!  "It is my thing and really floats my boat"!  Speaking of Boats, my Dad build "RYAN SEA SKIFFS" for 13 years before becoming Superintendent of a large construction company based in my hometown of Asbury Park, NJ.  Hence my cliche regarding what floats my boat....Hope you enjoy my blogtalkradio show as well as my "RYAN ROCKS IT ASBURY PARK STYLE" special Guest interview shows with HAMILTON RADIO.  So stay tuned for FUN, FUN, FUN with me doing solo shows as well as me doing shows with my very special guests.  Peace, Nancy  <3

  • 00:30

    Great Loop Radio: Documentary of a Great Loop Cruise done in 1906

    in Travel

    Our guest will be Bob Reynolds, the grandson of boat builder Scott J. Matthews, who did the Great Loop in 1906. Bob provided photos and his grandfather's written account of the journey for a new documentary. Below is the info from a press release about the documentary, and a preview can be seen here: http://www.matthewsboatownersassoc.com/

    "In 1890, Scott J. Matthews founded the Matthews Boat Company in Bascom, Ohio. Fifteen years later, in 1906, Matthews, designed and built a 70 foot yacht. This vessel was capable of taking himself, and family of four, plus two others, on a 9,000 mile trip.

    The adventure, of almost one year, transversed the eastern half of the United States, which is now referred to as the "Great Loop". This trip was a "first" for a private yacht and its success resulted in moving the Matthews Company to Port Clinton in 1906.

    This past year, in collaboration with the Maritime Museum of Sandusky, a documentary was made. It includes many of the original photos taken along the way. The narrative is based on the written account of Scott Matthews."
     

  • 00:37

    Travel Today - Cairo Egypt

    in Travel

    This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Cairo, Egypt. We’ve been broadcasting at least once every year from Egypt since 1998. Tourism numbers are down drastically in Egypt, but, as a veteran traveler to the region, Peter argues that this is perhaps the best time to go! You’ll find hardly anyone at the pyramids, and while more than 300 boats usually travel down the Nile in Luxor, this year only about six are operating. Joining Peter will be John Boulding, CEO of Insight Vacations to discuss why his boat, the Tosca, is running—as business is slowly starting to improve.


    A few ambassadors also stop by to give their situation report on Cairo and the rest of the country. Then, we go on a quick detour to visit celebrity Chef John Besh to talk about another city that knows all too well about recovery: New Orleans (especially as we near the tenth anniversary of Katrina). All of this and more during this week’s episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Cairo, Egypt.

  • 00:46

    An Artist Speaks Season 4 Episode 4 with Guest Shannon Celia

    in Art

    Hear this exclusive interview with artist Shannon Celia and host Michael Harris as they discuss her art, motivation and her artistic techniques.  


    Shannon has been painting professionally for about 8 years in oil and lately, she’s been concentrating on her favorite theme of seascapes and boats. Since she’s been doing this, Shannon has won four awards since January, which confirms her belief that we should follow our passions when creating. Shannon lives in the Conejo Valley of Southern California and is a member of various local art associations such as the juried Thousand Oaks Art Association, The Buenaventura Art Association and the Westlake Village Art Guild.


    “My passion is painting contemporary seascapes created in oil, using palette knives with a focus on color, mood, texture and light. I believe that seeing the world through an artist's lens is a gift, so I celebrate by observing, contemplating and painting the subtle details!”


    To read the CAGO Newsletter, visit www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com and click on the CAGO Media tab. On this page you will find our radio shows, videos and newsletters.


    Contemporary Art Gallery Online continues each month with their monthly art competitions and exhibitions.  Go to www.ContemporaryArtGalleryOnline.com, and Click on the Art Competition tab for details.

  • 01:31

    Voices Carry for Animals #31

    in Current Events

    Hosted by Debbie Dahmer


    Guest:  James Aspey- Animal Rights Activist 28 year old vegan, animal rights activist from Sydney, Australia. He became a Personal Trainer after winning his battle with cancer.


    James helped others live healthier, more positive lives for 9 years. During that time he learned about the health benefits of cutting meat from his diet and went vegetarian. Soon later, after learning about the horrors of the egg and dairy industry, he became vegan for ethical reasons. James then took a 365 day vow of silence to raise awareness for animals and promote peace over violence, in his campaign, Voiceless365.


    "As the clock struck midnight on January 1st, 2014, I commenced a vow of silence for 365 days. What this means is I voluntarily sacrificed my ability to speak for an entire year! Needless to say... It was a serious challenge!


     I drove half way around Australia, volunteering at rescue farms, nursed a rescued bobby calf from nearly dying in my arms back to health, worked on the boats in protest of a shark cull, experienced the horror of factory farms with my own eyes, went to Bali to get tattoos representing animal rights and veganism, handed out hundreds of vegan advocacy DVD's and everywhere I go promoting compassion to ALL living beings while remaining entirely voiceless!


    In the last quarter of my journey and cycled over 5000km's from Darwin to Sydney due to my not-so-trusty van breaking down in the middle of the Western Australian outback.

    It was the adventure of a lifetime!
     

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