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An idea that was created 1 year ago has turned into a celebratory platform of creative expression that has given a voice to many who have felt they never had a voice and has educated many about the importance of celebrating the worth of groups who are facing extreme adversity. We would like to take this opportunity to celebrate with listeners, old and new, and to make way for a bright future in the Mag Blog Radio World.
A special thanks to all of those who have made Mag Blog Radio possible. Please feel free to comment on this page with your encouragement and thoughts. If you would like to join in our celebration, please feel free to call in.
Live: STANDING OVATION For FANS and Volunteers of the 5th Chesapeake Bay Fest
This is one of the first chances i had to give a shout out to all with a clear head. We are really overjoyed by the love and support of everyone. We really had to make changes this year and most of them not by choice. We actually had to start over from scratch but we were dedicated to make the best of things regardless what we had to work with. Buckroe Beach was our home and it is a special place but we had to pick and choose our battles and stay positive and just make it happen. We had to send a message that nothing can stop the power of Reggae Music. It is a music that unites people of all backgrounds. I cant tell you what a great feeling it was to see so many diverse people in one place. I met some of the kindest people in my life all weekend. I want to thank all the vendors because they really are the back bone of the fest, the sponsors that really lend support financially to help pay the bills, the volunteers that unselfishly devoted their time . The sound men who relentlessly tried to make things perfect as possible. The musicians who gave every ounce of their soul to the people. Lastly, the people who attended. Thank you so much again for being there. Without your love ,support and flexibility we would been no-where . Thank you again every one, we pulled it off. Watch for a bigger thing next year.
J.D. Winteregg is running against John Boehner in Ohio’s 8th District again for 2016. He does not start from scratch. He already has a strong team, decent name recognition, and the experience of doing the whole thing once before. John Boehner is going to have to take this serious.
J.D. Winteregg was told by many in the political establishment that he would never teach in Ohio again if he primary'd Speaker of the House, John Boehner. They were serious, Winteregg was fired from Cedarville University.
Winteregg is a fighter, he doesn't back down, and he ran the race anyway. We need a lot of J.D.s in Washington DC. We need to remove some Boehners.
In 2014, challengers took 30% from Boehner. Winteregg took almost 23% himself.
Join Rodney Lee Conover and Scott Osborn as we take a (sometimes comedic, sometimes serious) look at politics, current events, the state of the Union, and the current climate between establishment politics and the grassroots, and all the issues of the day!
As always, Jennifer Kabbany - editor of The College Fix – who will talk about the absolute crazy stuff college kids are being taught.
And don't miss this weeks discussion with Dr. Mark Braunstien, Dr. to the Stars, Family Practice doctor for 24 years.
The Ultimate International Business Experience Radio Show will cater to the needs of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises globally. Host Erica A Murray will be talk abot successful entrepreneur’s, who have owned and operated their businesses for at least three years and have positive cash flow. The UIBE Radio show will provide you with International News, Informative Talks on Business, Women Business Spotlights, and More.
Sponsors: MWHY Mag TBAIMS Rita Ricks Off The Vine
Please feel free to comment on this page with your experiences or thoughts, and please participate in the group discussion on http://www.facebook.com/events/1442361066063701/
This is episode #4 of the Ask a Foster Leader Call-In Show. Ask a Foster Leader is an opportunity for anyone to ask a question about the foster youth experience and to get that question answered by Foster Leaders (those who have triumphed over the obstacles that are traditionally associated with foster care and have become an inspiration to others). Questions will be answered in the order they are received on this event page. If you would like to submit a question privately, please private message the Ask a Foster Leader facebook page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a former foster youth, you have two opportunities to contribute to this discussion. You may comment on the questions on this event page and/or you can join the panel for the live-call in show at 7PM (central) on Tuesday, April 28th, by calling (646) 652-2296.
The topics discussed on this panel will include:
What advice would you have for an individual or organization who is currently (or thinking about) providing mental health services for the foster youth community?
If you aged out of foster care, what would you say your greatest needs were? What where your biggest hurdles? If there was a program that would have taken you in and helped make a smoother transition, would you have participated and what would your expectations for the program be?
When comments designed to motivate, like "Keep your head up" and "Try to stay strong," are not working, what are some ways to encourage/console a youth or young adult who is going through a difficult time?
Please feel free to comment with your experiences or thoughts. Follow Ask a Foster Leader at http://www.facebook.com/daniel.tiblets
Jim Forystek will join us for his second appearance on the show....
Jim Forystek is the creator of the Wild Workouts programs and author of the Powerflex system. Jim is a fitness expert who has been a part of five championship football teams, and who has trained athletes to achieve championship success in soccer, volleyball, track, body building, tennis, and other sports. He also shows non-athletes from youths to seniors how to get and stay fit so they can enjoy the life God gave them. Jim is a popular inspirational and motivational speaker in demand at churches, universities, retreats, and business meetings. He has been a frequent guest on the Christian Broadcasting Network, as well as on such radio programs as the Health, Wealth and Happiness Show, the Big Wild Radio show, the Chad Simmons Show, and the Rocky Nash Show. Jim has also been featured in such fitness and physical culture magazines as Muscular Development, EMO, and Muscle Mag International.
YES YES YALL ...WE BACK WITH THE TPG TUESDAY PETTY GATHERING !
TONIGHTS SHOW WILL BE PETTY AS FUCK
WHY .....YALL BE HAVING THEM WEAVES IN FOR 4 MONTHS AND BETTER ?
WHY YOU USING A HANGER TO SCRATCH YOU SCALP ?
OH BOY ...ITS GONNA GET UGLY.....I CAN'T WAIT .....
ALSO WE HAVE A SPECIAL SERVICE ANOUNCEMENT FROM PETTIDENT LARRY BELLYFATE'
AND SOME TPG PETTY RECAPS OF THE WEEK LIKE THE INFAMOUS DIAMOND HULKSMASH
THE RETURN OF RUDY AND IMANI
THE ASSAINATION ATTEMPT ON THE CURRENT PRESIDENT
FAKE JORDANS COOKSHOENATION
ALSO WHATS BETTER WASH CLOTH OR LUFA (DEBATE)
AND .........RIDING THE WALRUS (WHATEVER THE HELL THAT MEANS !
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**NOTE: Miko Branch's interview will be postponed to a latter date. If she is rescheduled it will be posted here**
Miko Branch is the co-founder and CEO of Miss Jessie's, LLC. She is celebrated for transforming the hair care industry by establishing an entirely new category of products specifically for natural and curly hair. She was featured on the cover of Women's Wear Daily, Beauty Inc., as a trailblazer and Ebony listed her as its Power 100 Innovators and Influencers. She has also been honored by New York University and Delta Sigma Theta. Miss Jessie's has been featured in O, Oprah's Magazine, Teen Vogue, Redbook, Essence, Cosmo Latina, and other magazines. She is the recipient of The Network Journal's 25 Influential Black Women in Business Award for 2015. She lives in New York.
About the Book: Miss Jessie's is a memoir and business guide rich with inspirational life lessons and unique business advice from Miko Branch, the Chief Executive Officer of the dynamic Miss Jessie’s — the company that revolutionized the hair care industry.
When Miko and her sister, Titi, were children, their grandmother, Miss Jessie, taught them independence and showed them the value of being “do it yourself” women, all while whipping up homemade hair concoctions at her kitchen table. As co-founders of Miss Jessie's, Miko reveals how she and Titi applied those lessons to create a successful business from scratch.
Fridays are spectacular on the JKN, first a dose of life remedies with KINGS IN THE MORNING, followed by Tony B from the D. Tony Brown from Detroit. The wit and zany tactics of KITM and getting personal with Mya. You'll laugh, you be surprised, and you will probably even scratch your head. Many wonders and shocks, just about anything serious OR NOT and more. Music and interviews and conflict - all the things you need for a really good morning start, right here on the JKN. 347-205-9366 - You gonna call?