• 00:22

    Great Loop Information--Superstorm Sandy Update

    in Travel

    We will be giving an update on the effects of Super Storm Sandy on the New Jersey Intracoastal Waterway and the status of many of the marinas in the area. The information will be offered by Waterway Guide News Editor, Michael Ahart. Listen on Friday, February 22, at 10:00 AM Eastern Time.

  • 00:21

    Lessons From Superstorm Sandy: LIPA's New Leadership & New Direction For 2014

    in Energy

    It is hard to believe but it has been a little over a year since Superstorm Sandy devastated the New York Metro area. Although this may appear to be a local issue, the world is watching the efforts to rebuild and restore the area. Regardless of how people may feel about New York, everything that happens here does impact other parts of the world. Especially with so many natural disasters occurring, it is important that communications with the public play a bigger role while the necessary changes are being made to the infrastructure to combat future storms and mass power outages. In this special series called The Clean Energy View, host, June Stoyer talks to Mr. John McMahon, the Chief Operating Officer of the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA). Mr. McMahon will discuss some of the key lessons learned from Superstorm Sandy as well as some of the exciting changes that are being made including the new relationship with Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG). If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes, Youtube or you can visit our podcast archives at www.theorganicview.com. ©2013 TheOrganicView.com. All Rights Reserved.      

  • 00:30

    Superstorm Sandy, Ty Pennington and Rebuilding

    in Design

    From fixing Sandy’s damage to leaving the world better than you found it, it’s time to take action.
    Superstorm Sandy’s devastation along the Eastern seaboard—especially New Jersey and New York—has changed millions of lives.
    We talk with Ty Pennington who, along with Sears and K-Mart, has been on the ground in Seaside Heights, NJ to help get much-needed supplies from generators to toys where they need to go. And Ty gives us a peek at Extreme Makeover: Home Edition’s four holiday episodes. 
    And we talk about Project Rebuild and Recover's efforts and  Socks for Sandy bloggers in the Hometalk community to get crucial supplies—yes, socks, clothes, diapers and more—to effected areas as soon as possible.
    From bloggers to boardrooms, America steps up to rescue, recover and rebuild.

  • 01:06

    SISFI's The Human Affects of Superstorm Sandy Show Series

    in Lifestyle

    SISFI in association with NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN” My Rockaways Media “MyRM” and The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP” presents a special radio show series on “The Human Affects (Physical & Mental) of Superstorm Sandy” to discuss the real issues of the immediate and long-term quality and safety of life challenges for the people affected by the storm, the conditions they’re living in and the mental/physical health impacts on them on Jan. 29th, 8pm, Jan. 31st, 2pm, Feb. 4th 8pm, Feb 7th 11amThere are so many human challenges being faced by the people who are affected by the storm in the devastated areas and also the first responders and volunteers from across the country that are being overlooked and we are still not addressing openly or effectively, stated Mr. Brett A. Scudder, president, chairman of SISFI and mental health advocate.The mental health impacts such as stress, depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., suicide ideations have increased not only for the victims but also people seeing and hearing of their struggles and suffering to live out this historic natural disaster. The human affects from the system and government have created greater impacts and affects on the people than the natural storm itself. It’s beyond human imagination that the quality and safety of life for our seniors, women and children can be disregarded because of financial concerns when clearly it is common sense to preserve and safeguard the immediate quality of life status than wait for loss of life or long-term medical and physical health complications to develop, states Mr. Scudder.Sponsored by the NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN”, My Rockaways Media “MyRM”, The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP”, the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC”

  • 01:31

    WE INTERRUPT THIS BROADCAST - Our Emergency Prep Show for Badasses

    in Training

    Have you seen the trailers for San Andreas? If you're a fellow Californian like Rock, you might laugh it off, but probably get a little twitch in your gut when someone talks about "The Big One." 

    Were you caught in Superstorm Sandy? If you're a fellow New Yorker like Spectre, chances are you know what it's like to be without power in a winter storm.


    Nature is a fickle bitch and she can strike wherever she chooses, whenever it suits her. While that's bad enough, man is also an unpredictable creature and can cause crisis and chaos through terrorism, neglect and simple human error. 

    Who do you want to be WHEN, not if, disaster strikes? Do you want to be the crazy, crying lunatic that everyone else wants to smack around (in the movies), or the hero that saves the day? 

    Well, duh. 


    Seriously, though - we want to help you be prepared. You never know when the next "Big One" will hit. And while you can't prepare for everything, a little preparedness goes a long way. From what to do at work to what to keep in your car to Bug-out bags to First-Aid to Community Emergency Response Training, we've got something for you.


    Be the badass. Listen and learn!

  • 00:08

    SISFI's The Human Affects of Superstorm Sandy Show Series

    in Lifestyle

    SISFI in association with NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN” My Rockaways Media “MyRM” and The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP” presents a special radio show series on “The Human Affects (Physical & Mental) of Superstorm Sandy” to discuss the real issues of the immediate and long-term quality and safety of life challenges for the people affected by the storm, the conditions they’re living in and the mental/physical health impacts on them on Jan. 29th, 8pm, Jan. 31st, 2pm, Feb. 4th 8pm, Feb 7th 11amThere are so many human challenges being faced by the people who are affected by the storm in the devastated areas and also the first responders and volunteers from across the country that are being overlooked and we are still not addressing openly or effectively, stated Mr. Brett A. Scudder, president, chairman of SISFI and mental health advocate.The mental health impacts such as stress, depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., suicide ideations have increased not only for the victims but also people seeing and hearing of their struggles and suffering to live out this historic natural disaster. The human affects from the system and government have created greater impacts and affects on the people than the natural storm itself. It’s beyond human imagination that the quality and safety of life for our seniors, women and children can be disregarded because of financial concerns when clearly it is common sense to preserve and safeguard the immediate quality of life status than wait for loss of life or long-term medical and physical health complications to develop, states Mr. Scudder.Sponsored by the NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN”, My Rockaways Media “MyRM”, The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP”, the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC”

  • 00:50

    SISFI's The Human Affects of Superstorm Sandy Show Series

    in Lifestyle

    SISFI in association with NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN” My Rockaways Media “MyRM” and The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP” presents a special radio show series on “The Human Affects (Physical & Mental) of Superstorm Sandy” to discuss the real issues of the immediate and long-term quality and safety of life challenges for the people affected by the storm, the conditions they’re living in and the mental/physical health impacts on them on Jan. 29th, 8pm, Jan. 31st, 2pm, Feb. 4th 8pm, Feb 7th 11amThere are so many human challenges being faced by the people who are affected by the storm in the devastated areas and also the first responders and volunteers from across the country that are being overlooked and we are still not addressing openly or effectively, stated Mr. Brett A. Scudder, president, chairman of SISFI and mental health advocate.The mental health impacts such as stress, depression, anxiety, P.T.S.D., suicide ideations have increased not only for the victims but also people seeing and hearing of their struggles and suffering to live out this historic natural disaster. The human affects from the system and government have created greater impacts and affects on the people than the natural storm itself. It’s beyond human imagination that the quality and safety of life for our seniors, women and children can be disregarded because of financial concerns when clearly it is common sense to preserve and safeguard the immediate quality of life status than wait for loss of life or long-term medical and physical health complications to develop, states Mr. Scudder.Sponsored by the NYC Community Activists Network “NYCCAN”, My Rockaways Media “MyRM”, The International Community Media Network Project “ICMNP”, the National Non-Profits and Advocates Legislative Association Caucus “NNPALAC”

  • 00:25

    Pimping Superstorm Sandy

    in Current Events

    I wonder when the Black Friday shopping numbers are finally if we'll see an increase of sale compared to last year? Even if it's regional I would assume Sandy has forced people to buy new things. The only obstacle to that theory is if your home is a wreck where will you put the things you get on sale? taking advantage of sandy to make money or pimping a storm shows it self in the form of higher insurance rates in flood zones, companies hawking prep materials, bulk food etc. phony contractors scamming people, to even the criminals who didnt wait & startied robbing homes & business during the storm itself.  even the city asked for funds for sandy which will boost a portion of the economy even if regional. I thought of an idea on twiter called #BKPreppers . I think us city dwellers need more information & planning when it comes to future sandy type events. people were buying chicken before sandy hit as if the lights, freezers, stoves, microwaves weren't going to go out. Also seems like weve forgotten the gas shortage and the loss of control you experienced during it's peak. On the bright side I think  by summer/fall 2013 there will be a "Sandy Baby Boom" from whatever end of world sex that was going on. Hopefully 30 minutes is enough to cover it all, if not we'll come to these topics next week. 

  • Sandy Test

    in Environment

    Sandy Test

  • 00:57

    Your Health, Your Choice - At Least for NOW! Special Report: Food Rising

    in Health

    It's one thing to talk about how bad things are getting, and how hard it is to stay healthy in the world we are living in. It's quite another to step up and be part of the solution. Mike Adams, known to many as the Health Ranger and a credible source of news and information in a sea of propaganda and a hijacked media, has some answers for those seeking to care for their families and themselves in the upcoming turbulent times. Food Rising is his latest project, complete with videos showing how to grow your own food as well as videos with plans for parts you can download for free to make on a 3-D printer (yes, save those pennies to buy your own 3-D printer for $1300 if you want to be able to "print" your own parts instead of buying them! Don't you love technology?) Join Sandy Bloomfield as she takes a closer look at this paradigm shifting opportunity...and remember, it's your health, your choice - at least for NOW! Get the information while you can!

  • 01:29

    The BSD Basketbro Show! Episode 1.13: The State of Penn State Hoops

    in Sports

    This week sucked. This week in Penn State basketball really, really sucked. The Nittany Lions lost a heartbreaking game against Wisconsin, then the squad got completely smoked by Northwestern, it blew. Fortunately, after the NU loss, there was a silver lining: AD Sandy Barbour gave a public endorsement of Pat Chambers going forward. On this week's episode of the BSD Basketbro Show, Bill, Eric and Chad welcome special guest Tim Beidel, and the guys discuss the state of Penn State hoops. Is Pat Chambers the man for the job? How can the AD support the squad? What the hell went wrong this year? All of this and more on the best damn Penn State basketball podcast on the web.

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