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  • 00:44

    Atlanta Rises to the Homeless Needs

    in Culture

    Lift Up Atlanta's 3rd Annual Benefit Concert.


    20 amazing performers - spoken word artists, comedians, musicians, dancers and singers will be donating their tremendous talent to help the homeless. All this goes down on August 29th from 6-9pm at Porter Sanford III Performing Arts Center (3181 Rainbow Drive, Decatur, GA 30034)


    We need your help! Volunteers are still needed plus we need your help to spread the word. Admission is a donation of your choosing and a personal hygiene item for the homeless. Can't beat that price!


    You can get your tickets on the following link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lift-up-atlantas-annual-benefit-concert-2015-tickets-Phone: 678 245 4622...


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  • 01:05

    Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee Inspires with Philanthropist, Toiyan Hendricks

    in Motivation

    This week, Cafe Inspiration with Bobby Dee, inspires with the Epitome of a GIVEr, DOer and SHAREr, Toiyan (TOI) M.Hendricks. Toi is a philanthropist and business developer, pianist, motivational speaker and Empowerment Coach. is also a newly established co-author. Her voice is one that has many tones: articulate and prophetic through spoken word, yet also musically inclined to collaborate a classical masterpiece with a rhythmic phrase of positive daily affirmations. Toi Hendricks, an inspirational, intuitive motivational speaker was publicly speaking at the early age of 14  and active politically for the City of Detroit.  Leadership abilities were established quite early for Toiyan.  Successfully completing high school by the age of 15 as valedictorian at Nancy Boykin Alternative Academy  for Girls Class of 1993 with a 3.9 Gpa (Detroit, MI) was just the beginning of the "Real life" ahead. Her college experience began in Communications/Theater Arts at the early age of 16 at Wayne State University.  She and her daughter Sha'Rae served and volunteered together in Wasthtenaw County." Various organizations such as Americorps, Americorps Vista, Washtenaw Family Support Network , SAFEHouse ( A Domestic Violence Project), Foster Care Services of Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor, Michigan), C.A.U.S.E. ( Consistent Autism Advocacy and Unconditional Support Environment), and Autism Speaks were all delightedly supported through volunteerism of over 3000 hours by not only Toi Hendricks but also accompanied by her daughter. 


    Listen to the LIVE interview with Toi Hendricks and Bobby Dee, via mobile at 718-766-4964 0r online.

  • 01:01

    Change Your Life by Volunteering And Giving Back with Amy Newmark

    in Moms and Family

    'Every day millions of people show up at non-profit organizations... and ‘report to work.’ They represent the army of caring, compassionate volunteers who are essential in making the lives of countless millions of people better because they give. They give of their time, and in some cases, of their treasure.' In her foreword, bestselling author and philanthropist Carrie Morgridge touches on the importance of every little action we do for others. Carrie and her husband John Morgridge, run The Morgridge Family Foundation, which makes transformative investments through education, conservation, the arts and health and wellness.


    Join Amy Newmark, the publisher and editor-in-chief for Chicken Soup and me on Tuesday, August 25, 10-11 A.M. CT US  as we discuss inspiring stories about passion and purpose from people who have enriched their life through volunteer work and charitable giving.

  • 00:49

    WARRIOR WOMAN RADIO- THE CLUTTER DOCTOR CARLEEN FISCHER-HOFFMAN

    in Lifestyle

    The Clutter Doctor, Inc. is owned and operated by Carleen Eve Fischer Hoffman of East Longmeadow, Massachusetts.  Carleen provides personalized solutions to help her clients gain control and balance.  She does this through her three-step approach:  Examine, Diagnose, Prescribe.


    Carleen a local authority on the subject and has been featured in several radio shows, newspaper and magazine articles, and television interviews.  She was recently awarded the 2014 Business Woman of the Year award from the Women’s Business Owners Alliance as well as the prestigious Golden Circle Award from the National Association of Professional Organizers. 


    Carleen has taught classes on conquering clutter at Springfield Technical Community College, Holyoke Community College, and Asnuntuck Community College.  She has also produced a local TV show entitled “Clearing the Clutter”.  Carleen volunteers her expertise as an advisor for the Western Mass Clutter Support Group which she started six years ago.  


    Carleen is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (“NAPO”), NAPO Golden Circle of New England, Women Business Owners’ Alliance of the Pioneer Valley, Western Massachusetts Eldercare Professionals Association, Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association, and Living Local.  She currently is the Director for the Town of East Longmeadow Medical Reserve Corps and previously sat on the town’s green committee for 4 years. She is responsible for the design and creation of The Green Learning Center, a series of displays and sitting area dedicated to green initiatives.  Carleen is also a member of the Town of East Longmeadow Local Emergency Planning Committee and the Community Emergency Response Team.

  • 02:14

    Voices of the War~Communication with our people on the inside!

    in Culture

    We will be talking with special quests about the in's and out's of communicating with plant prisoners.  What are the benefits to the inmate?  What is the cost of a phone call? An email? How do you choose who to write to?


    Our show brings the voices for you help you understand the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate cannabis.  Over 50 people are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's. Through a series of shows, you will hear from their family members and the prisoners themselfes. This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices.  Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Eugene Fischer (who spent 25 years of a life sentence in federal custody for our plant) and Kristin Flor (who's father died shackled to a bed because our plant is federally illegal).  It is presented to you by volunteers, Becca Nichols, Danielle Vitale - O'Brien, Mindi Griffiths, Kristin Flor and Eugene Fischer.  Regular guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison), Stephanie Landa, Mindi Griffiths, Miggy 420 and more!  

  • 01:53

    THATS THEM CHICZ THO BOSS LADII BREEZIE F BABY AN MIS TEE

    in Music

    TONIGHT on That's Them Chicz Tho talkshow we will be "Is Sexting Cheating" and "Cyber Relationships" .....
    We would also love some volunteers to take our pineapple challenge!! We've heard that mango's change the taste of your partner when having oral sex, so we're going to test theory out. 
    CALL IN JOIN THE DISCUSSION ..... LAUGH, LEARN AND HAVE SOME FUN!!!! TUNE IN OR CALL 657-383-1848

  • 01:46

    Episode 1104: Small Town Tactics

    in Training

    From tactics and strategies to studies and tools. This class will cover all aspects of firefighting in rural areas, small towns, and small suburbs.  If you are on a department that provides coverage to these areas this shows for you. And if your an urbanite than this show will give you some insight to how things are done in small towns and rural areas.

     

  • 00:50

    FEELS LIKE A SEASON PREVIEW

    in Sports

    The Tennessee Volunteers are better than you

  • All Maddads to come out in support different organization in the community.

    in Lifestyle

    Come out in show your support of MADDADS become one of our top volunteers.

  • 02:03

    "War on Drugs Hero Paula Huff wants to be Chief of Police" on "A Cup of Joe"

    in Politics

    This Friday night at 8:00 PM EDT on "A Cup Of Joe" war on drugs hero Paula Huff stops by. I first heard about Paula as a defendant fighting a nightmare of a case. Paula was denied a public defender and supporters for her were also not allowed in the courtroom. THSi took action. We traveled to Tuscon and filled the courtroom. A defiant Paula looked back and thanked us before being taken away to serve a prison term for a crime that was not a crime...... Paula has taken this situation and owned it. Her inspiring story  that leads us to her run for public office is riveting and we welcome YOU to join us for a cup of Joe as she tells it.  "I am applying for TPD Chief of Police, even though I'm not qualified. I'm doing it because after I'm not hired for chief of police, I am running for Tucson mayor. I cannot vote, but I can run for office. I am not qualified to be police chief, but I am qualified to be the police chief's boss. Born in Orange County, CA, Paula moved to Tucson, AZ in 1991. Paula earned a bachelor's degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from the University of Arizona. Paula worked as a technical recruiter, putting scientists and engineers to work, and also as a law enforcement transcriptionist. Paula was a medical marijuana cardholder authorized to cultivate 12 plants. Despite being diligent about staying within the bounds of the law, as well as following doctor's orders, Paula was raided, held at gunpoint naked on her porch and charged and jailed. After a furious court battle that included Paula's refusal to take a plea bargain, Paula was sentenced to one year in prison. Since being released Paula has been working as a Sales Manager volunteers as an adoption counselor and for the Human Solution International.  A victim of a rogue SWAT Team that robbed her, a prosecutor who ignored her medical marijuana card and a corrupt Judge who refused to allow her proper counsel.

  • 00:31

    Eartha Watts Hicks, a Former Stay-at-Home Mom But Look at Her Now!

    in Writing

    On June 13, 2013, Eartha Watts-Hicks was recognized as a literary "game changer" by the NYCHA branch of the NAACP and presented with the Just R.E.A.D. Award in the fiction category.


    Eartha is a member of the acclaimed Harlem Writers Guild and an honors graduate of the State University of New York, College at Old Westbury. For years, she was a stay-at-home mom. The former editor and director of publications for Cultivating Our Sisterhood International Association's COSIAnet, Eartha, a freelance writer, blogs for FutureExecutives.org. Her articles appeared in numerous online publications. Eartha is also a songwriter & music publisher registered with the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP).


    Her first novel, Love Changes, a novel with a soon-to-be released companion music soundtrack, was the culmination of years of independent study, and continuing education coursework in creative writing, fiction, and poetry she received at Marymount Manhattan College, City College of New York, and the Frederick Douglass Creative Arts Center. 


    For interviews, readings, panel discussions, and facilitation of writing workshops, please send an inquiry to earthatone@aol.com. Also a Project Enterprise certified entrepreneur, Eartha offers professional PR writing and editing service at www.earthatone.com/