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Join Andrew Aloha “Live”
with Jenny Rustemeyer
in “Food Waste: Just Eat It”
Sunday, 26 April 2015
From 7 – 8:30pm AZT
A Spiritual Image Productions Event
Just Eat It, Produced by Jenny Rustemeyer, is a 74-minute documentary film about food waste and food rescue by Peg Leg Films in partnership with British Columbia's Knowledge Network. Rustemeyer is a writer, producer, and passionate zero-waster who spends her fair share of time both in front of and behind the camera. She produced the 2010 film The Clean Bin Project (and is the woman behind the blog of the same name) which documented a year living zero waste……for more on this story go to www.spiritualimageproductions.com/Andrew_Aloha_Live
For more on Jenny Rustemeyer go to www.foodwastemovie.com
Intro music, “This Change Is Going to Do Me Good”, by David Young @ www.davidyoungmusic.com
For halftime music by Jai Uttal go to @ www.jaiuttal.com
For More Visit Us @ www.spiritualimageproductions.com/SIP_divine_events
WEEKLY WORLD TRANSMISSION MEDITATION GROUP, WedNites, 7 – 9 pm (AZT)
90 Day Ascension Journey @ www.90dayascensionjourney.com
LIVE: Call in with your name, city, and state at (646) 478-4837, or send me a text message with your name, city, and state at (231) 429-3668 to share your Detroit sports opinion!
The Red Wings come out angry in St. Petersburgh and blank the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-0 in Game 5 to take a 3-2 series lead in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
The Tigers snap their 4-game losing streak with a 4-1 win over the Cleveland Indians at Comerica Park, propelled by a 4-0 Alfredo Simon and a 6-for-6 Joakim Soria.
Dr. Peg Luksik is a Pennsylvania teacher with over 35 years of experience in both special education and elementary education.
She has taught at every level from pre-school to college in regular classrooms, resource centers, self-contained special education classes, and in alternative educational settings.
She has trained teachers in curriculum and classroom management, written and evaluated curricula, authored several books on education issues, and hosted a nationally syndicated television program dealing with education in America.
What did you want to be when you grew up? I have always wanted to make a big impact. Write a book a movie or something that would motivate and inspire people to be there best and overcome obstacles. How this would materialize for me was all a puzzle that only makes sense when you look back as to how all the pieces fit together.
So many people want to make an impact but don't know what or how.
Funny it wasn't until I met the guest on todays show Wendy Lipton-Dibner that I really thought about the real emotional connection I have to that impact.
What moves you? When you tap into what moves you, you can't sit still. You are driven. You can move mountains. Why are you doing what you are doing? Think about it. What impact do you want to make?
WENDY LIPTON-DIBNER is a 4-time bestselling author and internationally recognized authority on business and personal development. A highly-paid keynote speaker and sought-after media guest, Wendy has addressed the U.S. Senate, delivered thousands of business growth programs for Fortune 100, healthcare, small business and non-profit organizations and has touched millions of people around the globe through her live events, online courses, coaching programs, bestselling books, media appearances and speaking engagements. President of Professional Impact, Inc. and founder of The Action MovementTM, Wendy serves as a trusted advisor and impact strategist for entrepreneurs, executives, doctors, and top influencers worldwide, helping them increase revenues exponentially by identifying and implementing the unique formulas they need to make a measurable impact on the people they serve. Join Wendy and her Community of Difference-Makers™ at TheActionMovement.com.
A difficult part of our lives and everyone has to deal with some of it. Spirituality is my daily life, not just certain hours of the day. I was blessed to be raised in a home where we were taught this from a young age. I would like to share some tidbits with you that may help, as well as to share some inspiration that most definitely came from The Light.
Who do you listen to, who can you believe, who do you use as a role model... life is complicated at times.
Whether 13 or 93, there's no-one that doesn't compare themselves with others.
Tune in, this is, as one might say, the real core of the matter, when it comes to Spirituality. What it's really about.
Dare to reclaim your life - TODAY!
Peg Conley speaks to the dreamer in all of us and provides practical and profound guidance that will inspire you to develop new habits and discipline while learning to go where your heart leads you. Regain your own creativity. Unlock your inner genius.
If you've ever wondered how to bring an idea to life, or wished you could make that long time dream of yours come true, this is the means to it. Simple things that are easily implemented into your daily routine that not only allow you to make that dream of yours come true but enjoy the entire process as you do so.
Isn't it time to live your dream?
in Pop Culture
Celebrating Over 150 Episodes!
Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti
#MyRealTalkRadio interviews Singer/Songwriter & The X Factor USA season 1 Winner: Melanie Amaro.
The winner of the first season of The X Factor USA, Melanie Amaro drew comparisons to classic R&B divas such as Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. Born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and raised by her grandparents in the British Virgin Islands along with her two brothers and sister, Amaro grew up singing at home as well as at church, weddings, and other occasions, but never entered any talent competitions until her mother encouraged her to try out for The X Factor. Amaro sang Beyoncé's "Listen" for judges Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul (both formerly of American Idol), solo artist and former cat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, and producer L.A. Reid at the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Florida. She was chosen as one of the 32 finalists and sang Michael Jackson's "Will You Be There" for Cowell, who selected her as one of his singers to mentor for the season. When she didn't make the cut for the 16 finalists, Cowell decided he'd made a mistake and she became the show's 17th finalist. Amaro did well during the season, becoming one of the final three singers along with Chris Rene and Josh Krajcik; on the final episode in December 2011, she was named the show's winner, earning $1 million for herself as well as a $4 million contract with Epic Records. She also appeared in a Pepsi commercial with Elton John that aired during Super Bowl XLVI. Amaro's debut album, Truly..., featuring the single "Don't Fail Me Now," Melanie is currently in the studio working on a solo album which is set for release in the fall 2014.
This week on #IntoTheCosmos, we review the home opener at Shuart Stadium this past weekend, and get the fans prepared for the match with Atlanta this weekend.
Ej Garr, and new co-host Frank Dell'Apa discuss the new stadium town meeting on May 7, which will hopefully bring answers for the new Cosmos Stadium in Long Island, NY.
We will have interviews with two players who represent their respective clubs, the first being the NY Cosmos leading goal scorer thus far, Leo Fernandez. His goal to give the Cosmos a 2 - 0 lead just as the second half began, can now be voted on at the NASL home page for goal of the week.
We also speak with the Captain of the Atlanta Silverbacks, Simon Mensing, about his career in Europe, and his first season in the NASL with the club.
Game day is right around the corner, so get off your couch, and get out to support the best league in the United States!
in Self Help
Bree Noble's passion is helping women musical entertainers succeed. Bree launched Women of Substance Radio, an Online Radio Station started in 2007 that plays the BEST music by female artists in all genres. Bree's vision for the station from the outset was to promote quality female Indie Artists by providing a platform where their music could be heard alongside icons of the past like Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Aretha Franklin, Carly Simon, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Tracy Chapman, Suzanne Vega, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, No Doubt, Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, Alanis Morissette, Indigo Girls, Michelle Branch, Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, Colbie Caillat, Adele, Carrie Underwood, Amy Winehouse, Fiona Apple, Christina Perri, Ingrid Michaelson, Lorde, Mary J Blige, The Band Perry, Taylor Swift & so many more. Bree continues her commitment to her mission by helping female artists navigate the intracies of the music industry.
Bree Noble is an entrepreneur, musician and speaker. On her newest Podcast, Female Entrepreneur Musician, she conducts interviews with successful Indie female artists and industry pro that are both inspirational and informational.
Learn more about Women of Substance at http://www.wosradio.com and about Female Entrepreneur Musician at www.FEMusician.com
Social Media Links: http://www.twitter.com/breenoble, http://www.facebook.com/breenoblemusic
LIVE: Call in with your name, city, and state at (646) 478-4837 or send me a text message with your name, city, and state at (231) 429-3668 to share your Detroit sports opinion!
The Tigers start a 4-game series at Comerica Park against the New York Yankees as Alfredo Simon starts on the mound against a struggling C.C. Sabathia. I will additionally preview the Tuesday matchup between Kyle Lobstein and Nathan Eovaldi.
The Red Wings return home Tuesday for Game 3 of the Atlantic Division Semifinals against the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Our weekly look at the world of the Bail Bond industry. Commercial Bonds seem to be on the endanged species list in several states, prefering instead pre trial realease programs. On paper it sounds great, in practice it is far different. The tax payer foots the bill, the accused person foots the bill by having to pay monthly for his freedom, essentially he or she is on probation, but has yet to have been proved guilty of anything. When the person misses his court date, who looks for him? The answer is nobody. The world of Comercial Bonds is far different, the bondsman make a contract with the accused and the court. It is a one time fee, it does not matter if the bond lasts two weeks, two months, or two years. The tax payer is not involved, In the event that the accussed fails to appear in court the Bond holder has a huge vested interest in locating the person.