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On the BlogTalkRadio airwaves since 2012, Talkupy has more than 300,000 listens and 125+ shows with the most interesting people on the planet. Guests are people who do good things for community and make the world a better place. The show features lively in-depth interviews with people who are infinitely interesting and charming. It's always an adventure. Talkupy guests are active in everything from activism to photography, politics to permaculture, helping people or animals to conserving the envrionment, or writing books to raising goats. You never know who will be on the show, but you do know they will have a great story to tell host Annie Lindstrom. They show airs at 11 a.m. ET on Tues and Thurs, but times do vary. To get show updates go to Talkupy.net, @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter, or follow Talkupy on BlogTalkRadio.

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Performer and activist Aaron Calafato takes to the stage to deliver a powerful message on the role that for-profit institutions play in the student debt crisis. His one-man show, For Profit, informs people about the topic from his own personal experience as an admissions counselor at a for-profit college in the midwest. The show made its debut in March 2012. Annie Lindstrom welcomes Aaron back to Talkupy on Thursday January 29, at 11 am Eastern Time. He'll give us an update on For Profit and its continuing impact on audiences across the U.S. We'll also discuss Aaron's involvement in a Theater Communications Group initiative to build a model that would enable regional theaters to host more socially conscious and politically minded theater pieces, and, his upcoming performance for the American Association of University Professors at Columbia University. For more information on Aaron go to his web site or Twitter page. For more information on Talkupy go to Talkupy.net or follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter.
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Move over Superwoman, there's a new gal in town and she's taking Tampa by storm. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Marisa Langford, owner of Truck Farm Tampa and Fit Kids Playground, to the show on Tuesday, February 12... more

While Occupiers set up camps across the U.S., a woman decided to put her life in "Occupy" gear by purchasing an RV and taking off to Occupy The Roads. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Janet Wilson to the show on Thursday,... more

Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes John Stephen Dwyer of Occupy Boston and one of the hosts of Unregular Radio's Banned in Boston weekly radio program to the show on Tuesday, February 5 at 11 a.m. Eastern time. We will... more

They say money makes the world go around, but that is just not the case for my adventurous guest. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes author, artist, musician and time banker Steve McAllister to the show on Thursday, January... more

What do we know about our world and our past? How much influence do both have on our future? Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes back Philadelphia-based urban farmer Dusty Hinz to the show on Tuesday, January... more

It's hard to be everywhere at the same time, especially when there's a revolution going on. But if you want the story you find a way. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Chris Faraone, award-winning journalist with The Phoenix and author... more

Combining their passion for herbal medicine and permaculture, two sisters have created an apothecary for a new day and age. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Anna Papini and Sara Foster, co-owners of Anna's Apothecary, to the... more

There are fire dancers, fire walkers and then there's Alex, a fire painter. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes LA-based artist and teacher Alex Schaefer to the show on Thursday, January 17 at 11 a.m. Eastern Time. Alex has raised... more

From Berlin to Bhopal and everywhere in between, Giles Clarke has spent the past 30 years photographing people in the midst of life's most challenging moments. Talkupy with Annie Lindstrom welcomes Giles to the show on... more

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