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  • 00:29

    Moving Forward.....Two College Students Share Their Plans

    in Entrepreneur

    These two students have a plan that keeps them on top. Join Afua Oduro and Cory Bennett today.

  • 00:30

    Scribe Talk: SME Matthew Peters discusses Dual Diagnosis and the Writer's Life

    in Books

    Dual diagnosed* from an early age, Matthew Peters dropped out of high school at sixteen. He went on to obtain an A.A., a B.A. from Vassar College, and an M.A. and Ph.D. from Duke University. He has taught various courses in a variety of disciplines throughout North Carolina. He is committed to increasing the awareness and understanding of the dual diagnosed. Conversations Among Ruins (All Things That Matter Press, 2014) is his first novel. His second novel, The Brothers’ Keepers (MuseItUp Publishing, 2014), is a political-religious thriller that capitalizes on his love for history and research. Currently, he is working on a sequel to The Brothers’ Keepers.


    *The term dual diagnosed refers to someone suffering from a mood disorder (e.g., depression) and chemical dependency. 

  • 00:32

    Lucky Dog Author Interview with Dr. Sarah Boston

    in Pets

    On Sunday May 3 at 6pm Eastern Tripawd Talk Radio is excited to welcome Dr. Sarah Boston, DVM, DVSc, DACVS.


    As the talented author of one of our all-time favorite books "Lucky Dog: How Being a Veterinarian Saved My Life" Dr. Boston is a brainy, lovely and witty oncologist who shares her bumpy ride through the human oncology medical system when she diagnosed her own case of thyroid cancer.


    Each day Dr. Boston is helping our pets fight cancer as Associate Professor of Surgical Oncology in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at the University of Florida Gainesville. Her area of clinical interest is in surgical oncology and  research interests include: osteosarcoma, hemangiosarcoma, thyroid carcinoma and soft tissue sarcomas in dogs.


    On this episode of Tripawd Talk Radio we're thrilled to ask Dr. Boston about her experience as both a cancer patient and clinician, and how it has touched her daily experience working with patients.


    Of course we'll also discuss the University's advances in the field of surgical oncology as they relate to limb cancers often encountered by Tripawds members, such as hemangiosarcoma, soft tissues sarcomas and more.

  • 00:30

    Straight Talk with Dr. Cheryl

    in Health

    Join Dr. Cheryl Woodson as she gives medical advice and advice for life.Dr. Cheryl Woodson is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics. She is a Fellow of both the American College of Physicians and the American Geriatrics Society. Cheryl is also a wife and mother who knows only one way to be: REAL. She's the ultimate sister who just happens to be a physician."   

  • 01:22

    NSR Talks Football Recruiting with Coach Cagle, Larry Perrin & Santo Stephens

    in Sports

    Welcome to National Scouting Report's BlogTalk Radio Show. This show will feature college football recruiting. NSR has been helping high school athletes obtain athletic and academic scholarships for over 35 years. College coaches from all over the United States depend on NSR for accurate and dependable scouting reports on qualified student athletes.


    This NSR BlogTalk episode will feature questions and answers concerning the college recruiting process for high school football athletes hoping to play in college.  The EXPERTS from National Scouting Report will be talking about the facts concerning recruiting.


    Today, Santo Stephens serves as the Area Scouting Director for NSR in South Georgia.  Santo talks with college coaches on a regular basis and scouts high school athletes on a daily basis.  Santo helps athletes find the best scholarship opportunities that meet the athlete's athletic ability and academic interests. Santa played his college career at Temple University and then played in the NFL.  He played with the Bengals, Jaguars and the Chiefs.


    Larry Perrin joins the show today and he serves as the Director of Football Scouting for NSR. Larry talks with college coaches on a daily basis and has assisted hundreds of athletes over the years.  Larry also serves as the Area Director for West Tennesee and North Mississippi and Arkansas for football. Larry played his college ball at Henderson State then was signed as a free agent into the USFL.


    Coach Robert Cagle is the regular host for NSR's BlogTalk radio.  Coach Cagle has been helping athletes for many years and he has ties to many of the college programs all over the country. Coach Cagle was a USA Today Top 10 Big Man in 1985. He played his college ball at Ole Miss.  After his playing career, Coach Cagle served on the recruiting staff.  He also coached high school football for many years,  #NSRnow


     

  • 00:29

    BGU: The Reality Of Student Loan Debt

    in Training

    Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses the reality of student loan debt.

  • 00:30

    Conservative Censorship on Stage?

    in Culture

    Although we will continue our conversation about out-of-the-closet conservative David Mamet and his revelatory book, "The Secret Knowledge," we will spend a little time on a recent theatrical controversy.  Specifically, we will tackle the question of whether a colege theatre production should make changes to a script if the local community complains about its content. I posed this question recently on Facebook and got a number of insightful and challenging comments from my listeners (and others).  Join me today as we ponder a difficult issue (and David Mamet!).

  • 00:27

    Interview with Alonzo Williams

    in Motivation

    Alonzo Williams is pursuing his gream of becoming a Model. He was born and raised In a small town in Spring Valley, NY and was raised by his mother in low income housing. When he graduated from high school In 2007 Alonzo really had no idea what he wanted to do. He attended college for a year and a half and decided it wan't for him. In 2010 he would have his first and only child Arielle Rose Williams. He still didn't know what he would do for a career. Three years later towards the end of 2013 he found himself wanting and believing he could be a model and the journey continues.

  • 00:32

    SpokenHeard with Paul Tran and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Paul Tran is a Vietnamese American historian and spoken word poet. He won "Best Poet" and "Pushing the Art Forward" at the national college poetry slam, as well as awards and fellowships from Kundiman, Poets House, Lambda Literary, Napa Valley, VONA, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. His work can be found in CURA, Nepantla, cream city review, and RHINO, which selected him for the 2015 Editor's Prize. Since 2013, Paul has taught the Untitlement Project at New Urban Arts in Providence, Rhode Island, and coached the Brown University, Barnard College & Columbia University, and Providence youth slam teams. He currently lives in New York City, where he's writing his first book and working at New York University.

  • 00:30

    Food Nation Food Talk Radio EP #34 Restaurant Management

    in Food

    Food Nation Food Talk Radio EP #34 Restaurant Management


    Horror Stories That’ll Make You Want To Quit Your Job
    How Your Favorite Restaurant Went From Hotspot to Failure
    Hooters Waitress Fired for Dyeing Her Hair Wins Discrimination Suit
    Raising Beef Prices and what the restaurants will be doing
    2015 Restaurant trends


    Food and fun is all we will be serving. A little behind the scenes action will be discussed and talked about. We love sharing our behind the closed doors restaurant industry knowledge with all out our listeners. You culinary complete us! Stay tuned for Food Nation Food Talk Radio, where we celebrate food with you! Chef Shawn and Tech Rob once again rockin the Casbah! And yes Chef Shawn does have a 2 year College diploma in Culinary Management! Say what? Who knew? A certified Chef/Cook and a Management diploma? This will be a 202 class....  Restaurant Schools in peeps!


     

  • 02:01

    Sunday on the Front Stoop

    in Energy

    Why are so many people being killed around the world?


    Think of that sad "terrorism" around our world.  Is such "terrorism" being provoked by our dependence on foreign oil and other natural resource under their ground ?  Dennis, Jeff, and Susan will discuss this interesting issue.


    HREM, Human Renewable Energy Measurement.  All these years when America had free grade school and free high school, why has college been SO expensive?  When a student graduates high school the average age is 18.  That's the same age when he or she can become a military soldier.  If they could not afford that expensive college, they've been told to just go overseas for a few years and they will afford higher education.


    The sad news is that some of these teenagers never returned home and died in the army or navy or air force.  Even some that were lucky enough to return home, committed suicide after leaving these wars.  When they return home, they are reminded of their loving religious upbringing.  They had been taught to "love thy neighbor" or "thou shalt not kill".  If they were told overseas to "go in that house and kill whoever you see" they now mourn for all those innocent men or women or children that they killed under military order.  


    Fortunately, President Obama is now recommending that college becomes as free to our students as was their grade school and high school.  


    As an example, Saudi Arabia is No. 6 on the list of dictatorships in our world.  They get most of their weapons from countries like ours and we get a low price for the oil from under their ground.  Instead of sending our boys and girls overseas to get that good price on their oil, why not switch to solar or wind power?  That could also put an end to Climate Change on our planet.

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