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Schedule for July 30, 2015

Scheduled Guests

Youngstown Police Chief Robin Lees

Brian Landrus

Born in 1978 and raised in Nevada, Landrus began playing saxophone at 12 and was performing professionally by 15. He earned his bachelor’s degree in saxophone performance at the University of Nevada-Reno and two master’s degrees at New England Conservatory, one in jazz composition and the other in jazz saxophone. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in classical composition at Rutgers. Based in Brooklyn, Landrus founded his own label, BlueLand Records, in 2011. His first releases of all original music via BlueLand were Traverse (a quartet date with Plaxico, Hart and pianist Michael Cain) and Capsule (by the Brian Landrus Kaleidoscope, with Cain, guitarist Nir Felder, bassist Matthew Paris, drummer Rudy Royston). In 2013, Landrus released a second Kaleidoscope album, Mirage, featuring himself on baritone sax, bass sax, bass clarinet, contra alto clarinet and bass flute alongside Felder, Royston, Plaxico on acoustic and electric bass, Frank Carlberg on Rhodes/piano and a string quartet led by violinist Mark Feldman, with Ryan Truesdell conducting/co-producing. The New York Times praised Landrus and Mirage at length, pointing out that “the tenderness in his playing feels as warm and accessible as his writing.” Along with touring the world in superstar Esperanza Spalding’s band (on baritone/tenor saxophones and bass clarinet) and playing in Truesdell’s prize-winning Gil Evans Project, Landrus has played with some of the world’s great musicians: Bob Brookmeyer, Jerry Bergonzi, Rufus Reid, Danilo Perez, Frank Kimbrough, Gary Smulyan, Ronnie Cuber, Maria Schneider, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Martha Reeves, The Coasters, The Drifters, George Garzone, Jason Palmer, Bob Moses, Louis Nash, Peter Epstein, Nicholas Urie, Darryl Harper, David Ake, Allan Chase, Francis Vanek, John Lockwood, Ayn Inserto, Alan Ferber, Scott Robinson and Ralph Alessi, among others. Landrus teaches at Rutgers University, The 92Y School of Music in New York City, and The Lagond Music School in Westchester, New York.

Dr. Craig Malkin

Dr. Craig Malkin is an Instructor in Psychology for Harvard Medical School and licensed psychologist with two decades of experience in helping couples, individuals, and families. His research on the role of relationships in psychological growth has been published in peer-reviewed journals, and PsychologyToday.com has called his blog Romance Redux “an essential read.” He is also a frequent contributor to Huffington Post. After teaching in local universities, Dr. Malkin became a Chief Psychologist at Harvard Medical School’s Cambridge Hospital, in Cambridge Massachusetts, where he instructed interns, residents, and fellows in the theory and practice of psychotherapy. In 2003, he left this position to expand his private practice and continued to supervise and teach for Harvard Medical School’s training program. Dr. Malkin’s advice and insights on a wide range of topics within his areas of expertise have been featured in major national and international on-line and print media magazines and newspapers, including Match.com’s Happen Magazine, Marie Claire, and Women’s Health, as well as popular TV and radio news shows. He continues to practice full time in Harvard Square, in Cambridge Massachusetts, and serves as president and director of his own therapy and consulting company, YM Psychotherapy and Consultation, Inc., which he owns and operates with his wife, Dr. Jennifer Leigh

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Brian Landrus Trio’s ‘The Deep Below’ Is All About the Bass End



Real men don't eat meat

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Point-Blank Shooting, Gaffing, Clubbing of Pregnant Rays

Graphic undercover video of a killing contest that occurred on June 13th documents the horrific slaughter of cownose rays of the Chesapeake Bay. Shot with arrows at point-blank range, the rays were then gaffed and repeatedly clubbed with bats before slowly suffocating to death.

In this video, people can be heard laughing as they later dumped the bloody bodies into the Patuxent River (Mechanicsville, Md).

This video shows participants forcibly trying to keep baby rays inside their dead mothers in order to add to the mothers' weight.

Every year, graceful cownose rays, a type of eagle ray, migrate to the Chesapeake Bay to mate and give birth to their pups. As they glide along the water's surface, bowfishers competing for prize money descend upon them in boats and shoot them point blank with arrows, impale them, club them repeatedly with metal bats, and pile them into a box to suffocate. Many of the victims are pregnant.

Fish Feel teamed up with SHARK to document this outrageous and perverted animal abuse. "There is no valid justification for the vicious massacre of these gentle creatures who are merely trying to survive. Scientists and the government have expressed disapproval of such reckless slaughter, and of the grave environmental consequences that could result," said Mary Finelli, President of Fish Feel.

"These people have no respect for life. They shoot arrows into these beautiful animals swimming slowly at the surface, many whom may be pregnant, and drag them out of the water by hooks, beat them mercilessly with metal clubs, and then throw them still alive into boxes where they slowly suffocate to death. Then, we saw bowhunters dumping the bodies into the river like garbage. This is an atrocity and it must end now," added Michael Gurwitz, a Fish Feel Director.

Additional cownose ray killing contests were also held on June 27, 2015 at Buzzards Point Marina in Reedville, VA, and on June 28, 2015 at Hallowing Point Marina in Prince Frederick, MD. The image below, which shows the rays in a dumpster as if they were trash, was taken at the Reedville slaughter.

Cownose Rays Treated Like Trash
Cownose rays thrown in the dumpster along with trash
after being weighed at the Reedville, VA slaughter

Request that the governors of these states call for an immediate and permanent end to these savage killing contests.

Request that the governors of these states call for an immediate and permanent end to these savage killing contests.

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan: 

Call: 410-974-3901 or 1-800-811-8336

E-mail: http://governor.maryland.gov/mail/default.asp

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe: 

Call: 804-786-2211

E-mail: https://governor.virginia.gov/constituent-services/Communicating-with-the-governors-office

Petition to Maryland governor to stop the cownose ray killings

More details and photos are in this Animals 24/7 article.


The 4 New NeuroMovement® Streaming Video Programs are here!


The NeuroMovement® for Whole Brain and Body Fitness programs and lessons are completely NEW, and have never been recorded before.


$197 Special Offer Through July 31st!

Cincinnati, OH: NeuroMovement for Children with Special Needs Workshop 2015




Mario's Mission

    Hi my name is Mario Novello and I was born on Sept.17th 2008. I was diagnosed when I was 5 months old with a very rare chromosomal 4 deletion which causes me significant developmental delays, low muscle tone, a leaking vessel in my heart along with a hole in my heart which needs to be repaired when I am 4 yrs. old. I have a short stature; distinctive facial features, relative macrocephaly (an abnormally large head), seizures, brain malformations and my most recent diagnosis are renal disease and hypothyroidism. My condition is so rare that there are only a few individuals in the medical literature reported with deletions in the same region of chromosome 4, although the exact breakpoints of the deletion are unique to me. My geneticist told my mom and dad that I need frequent abdominal ultrasounds and blood work to screen for signs of tumors, since early detection can improve my survival. I have this done four times a year. I see 7 specialists who are all trying to help me and learn from me so that they may be able to help other children who are diagnosed with my condition. I cannot talk, sit up, crawl or walk. I have my very own customized wheelchair which helps me to sit up nice and tall. I go to school twice a week where I receive physical, speech and occupational therapies and my teachers sing and play with me. (I really like that). My parents also take me to rehab once a week for additional therapies. Love Mario

Love Mario







When you lose your whole world in a moment, where do you turn? On a cold November morning, Joseph Luzzi, a Dante scholar and professor at Bard College, found himself racing to the hospital—his wife, Katherine, eight-and-a-half months pregnant, had been in a horrible car accident. In one terrible instant, Luzzi became both a widower and a first-time father.

National Hot Dog Day Promotes Health Hazard


Big Book Sale Planned at Boardman Library August 4-8  

BOARDMAN (July 22, 2015/For Immediate Release) – Book enthusiasts: mark your calendars for August 4-8 for a Big Book Sale at the Boardman Library. The sale, featuring hundreds of books at great prices, is sponsored by the Friends of the Public Library of Youngstown & Mahoning County and the Friends of the Boardman Library.  

The Big Book Sale will be held during the following hours:  

Tuesday, August 4 - 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  

Wednesday, August 5 - 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  

Thursday, August 6 - 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.  

Friday, August 7 - 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.  

Saturday, August 8 - 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.  

Church Rummage Sale  
Friday, July 31, 9-4 and Saturday, August 1, 9-3  
Zion Lutheran Church – 3300 Canfield Rd., Youngstown (Cornersberg)  












The Roches/♬Hammond Song♬

- Aries Spears HBO Spoof The White List


Perversion for Profit (1965) 


new blog: So, Now You're Outraged?




Legacy Dog Rescue has been invited to the ReDo Co-Independence Day Bash at The Lake Tavern (6071 St Rt 46 Cortland) on Saturday, July 25th starting at 3:30 – we will be holding a Basket Raffle and 50/50 Raffle!  There are many fabulous baskets available to win!  There will be 6 local bands playing, all ages show – No Cover Charge!




Colorado’s Effort Against Teenage Pregnancies Is a Startling Success


blog:  You Can Call Me Al 



Preventing Child Sexual Abuse in Youth-Serving Organizations: Guidelines for Managers and Parents 
by Norman D. Bates, Esq and Christine Army, MA.




 Rev. Keiko Hoshino


Southside Recycling 

im for Rachel Dolezal on the $10 bill!

Conversation With Author Robert Rosen

GOING HOME: Finding Peace When Pets Die

PETA'sIngridNewkirk's birthday!


USDA Inspections Offer Glimpse

 into the Supply Chain for Whole




Meat Pilot Program



Frank Zappa - He's so gay


The North-South Divide on Two-Parent Families






The Case for A Plant-Based, Whole Foods Diet

Just Because I’m Feminine Doesn’t Mean I’m Not A Feminist

Atlas Shrugged: John Galt Speech (raw footage)


 blog:LOVE and MS




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