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This fall, HearSay is your resource for local election coverage. We'll be bringing you conversations with all the Hampton Roads candidates running for the House of Delegates. We will also interview candidates for Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor, and Governor. HearSay airs from Noon-1PM on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
 
With every General Assembly seat on the ballot and some pivotal races right here in Hampton Roads, there's a lot at stake. Before you decide, be sure to listen to the candidates talk about the issues on HearSay with Cathy Lewis beginning Monday, October 22nd, from Noon – 1pm on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
 
WHRO arts and culture reporter Rebecca Weinstein brings you a fresh, exciting take on our vibrant local arts scene. A seasoned writer and classically trained soprano with a commitment to expanding audiences for the arts, she grew up and discovered her love of the performing arts in the Hampton Roads area, studied music at the prestigious Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore, and honed her arts writing skills while living and working in the Washington, D.C. area. Rebecca is your friendly, knowle ...
 
Joy of Love & Life radio explores limitless expressions of love. Join me, Tambra Harck, your host. Together we'll open our hearts and minds to truly experience Love ~ to enrich your search for deeper meaning and everyday fulfillment. I am joined by guests from around the world who share insights from New Thought to Ancient Wisdom, from Prosperity to Philanthropy, from Relationships to Paths of Devotion. Body, Mind, Soul and Spirit. Love is one energy with limitless expressions! Joy of Love & ...
 
Calling all manufacturing trailblazers and visionaries to come together to forge the future. Join hosts Dave Hampton and Jason Flores as they seek out conversations and insights with thought leaders across the industry. Hear their stories of success and failure and how they overcame. The Forging Manufacturing Podcast seeks to help create the road to better, wherever that takes you.
 
Focused on #Empowerment, specifically #BlackEmpowerment, the Get On Code (The Fly Guy Show), is a series of conversations focused on empowering the "Black" Diaspora. Our code is empowerment. Get On Code, share the code, teach the code, live the code. Our show is led by the Conscious Ω Bruh' @SekoVarner aka #MrEmpowerment and was formerly known as the Fly Guys Show. #GetOnCodeShow #GetOnCodePodcast #TheFlyGuysShow
 
Educationally Speaking, is part of the national American Graduate: Getting to Work initiative funded by the Corporation for public broadcasting. American Graduate focuses on helping youth succeed in school, career, and life by exploring challenges to entering the workforce facing today’s youth. This month, we will explore new career pathways for high-demand jobs. Educationally Speaking is a WHRV special, produced by Barry Graham, Kathy Martin and Paul Bibeau, that examines the current state ...
 
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Pastor Steve Deane revisits Genesis 1:1 to refocus our imagination of the Beginning, not as a timestamp but as a person who is eternally working to create and re-create something from nothing. Today’s songs: Echoes – Hillsong United Look to the Son – Hillsong Worship Promises – Maverick City Elohim – Hillsong Worship…
 
Episode 27 begins by sharing the long history of a Southern New England staple, the Benny's retail store. Originally an automotive store it evolved into a place you could get anything you needed over its nearly a century in existence. Take a Road Trip to the little seaside resort town of Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. It may be less than 2 square mi…
 
Night after night in Black and Brown communities in Hampton Roads it's the same story - multiple shootings, oftentimes involving our youth. Norfolk Police Chief Larry Boone says gun violence is a public health crisis. Citizens in Portsmouth have taken to the streets in protest to stop the violence. Hampton residents are installing solar lights on t…
 
In the first part of Michael's conversation with New York Magazine's Rebecca Traister, they discuss the surprising aspects of Biden's first six months in office, the promise of America's political winds blowing to the left and the peril of permanent minority rule in America. Next week, we will air Part Two of Michael's conversation with Rebecca: an…
 
In this episode of #GetOnCode we build with Ω Nat Turner, who became a father after watching Disney's The Lion King. Author and TED speaker Nathaniel A. Turner, JD, MALS, is a self-described “Humanity Propulsion Engineer.” Nate is the author of several books, including the children’s book series, “The Amazing World of STEM,” and his history-making …
 
Last month, Christopher Newport University announced an initiative called the New Musicals Lab. The New Musicals Lab brings together writers, directors, composers, designers, and performers from all over the country to create and workshop musical theatre in the safe haven of Hampton Roads. Rebecca Weinstein spoke with Artistic Producer Colin Ruffer…
 
Almost 400 bills in 48 states have been introduced this year proposing voting restrictions ahead of the 2022 elections. Seventeen states have enacted laws that tighten restrictions around casting ballots and running elections. Democratic legislators in Texas have literally left the state to stop that legislature from enacting voting rights restrict…
 
One of the things we hear the most out of people is that they don't have enough data to analyze complex processes in their business. This couldn't be further from the truth. ProModel's Keith Vadas argues that as your organization changes and grows, being able to simulate and predict real-world processes is critical to profits and operations. Many l…
 
Episode 30 is a special Bonus edition of the podcast. It is a subject I've wanted to speak on for a while and was just waiting for the appropriate time. It is all about one of my oldest and most important friends in my life. His name was Matt and he passed away suddenly and far too young four years ago. This episode will deal with losing someone, t…
 
With COVID-19 cases skyrocketing in the U.S. and around the world, and the Delta variant causing havoc, we must face the fact that this pandemic is on the verge causing much more death and illness as students prepare to go back to school next month. This is especially troublesome in regions in the U.S. and regions around the world where overwhelmin…
 
Internationally renowned Harvard neuroscientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor offers unique evidence-based insight into how anyone battling an addiction makes choices -- and how we can make better ones. (Dr. Jill is the author of the perennial bestseller My Stroke of Insight: a Brain Scientist's Personal Journey, and the groundbreaking book Whole Brain Liv…
 
Only 15% of Black Virginians have had at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Why? What is keeping Black folks from protecting themselves against this deadly virus? And what can be done to change hearts and minds? We welcome back cardiologist Dr. Keith Newby, but this time in a new role - Medical Director of Health Equity with Sentara. He is …
 
A followup to the riveting start to the podcast with the futurist Jim Carroll joining us as our first guest. Last episode, he brings us two action-packed lists of the top manufacturing trends pre and during the pandemic, and now to complete this master list of trends, we finish off this two part episode with post-pandemic manufacturing trends. Jim …
 
Calling all manufacturing trailblazers and visionaries to come together to forge the future. Join hosts Dave Hampton and Jason Flores as they seek out conversations and insights with thought leaders across the industry. Hear their stories of success and failure and how they overcame. The Forging Manufacturing Podcast seeks to help create the road t…
 
Episode 29 kicks off with my memories of my one and so far only television appearance. I go into detail about how I got on WCVB-TV Channel 5 Boston's Award-Winning show Chronicle in 2019 and give some behind the scenes fun stories. We take a Road Trip to the small town of Middleborough, Massachusetts. Nestled halfway between New Bedford and Plymout…
 
After first being drafted in 1923 by two leaders of the women’s suffrage movement and then finally being passed by Congress in 1972, the century-long struggle to have the Equal Rights Amendment ratified and gender-equality enshrined in the U.S. Constitution is finally on the brink of succeeding. That's because in 2020, the state of Virginia became …
 
#GetOnCode : In this episode, we learn and earn with Dr. Herbert Harris. His book, 21st Century version of Napoleon Hill's 'Think and Grow Rich'. Organizes success principles into twelve universal laws. Each law is presented with biblical/metaphysical foundations while demonstrating step-by-step action techniques for applying the law and getting de…
 
The AV Round Table takes a closer look at a few of the topics capturing the headlines. Coronavirus hospitalizations are on the rise, particularly in states where people are declining to be vaccinated. According to the Virginia Department of Health about half of all Virginians are fully vaccinated, but among African American's the number drops to le…
 
Episode 28 begins with a return to the Dedication to the Craft series. This time it is a wild, fun-filled trip Steve and I took to Martha's Vineyard. It includes alpacas, fearless skunks, Jaws filming locations, and more! The mood gets darker with the story of cannibalism on Boon Island, Maine. A shipwreck 300 years ago led to the survivors making …
 
In recent episodes of Rumble, Michael Moore has shared his ideas for an alternative to the American way of policing: The Department of Public Safety & Compassion. He's also shared his ideas for an alternative to our brutal and racist system of mass incarceration: The Department of Restorative Justice & Redemption. In this episode, Mike is joined by…
 
On July 1, 2021 adults 21 and older will legally be allowed to possess up to an ounce of marijuana. Owning more than an ounce up to a pound is a civil offense with a $25 fine. But outside of medical dispensaries, it is illegal to sell marijuana until 2024. So many questions. So much confusion. So much you need to know before you legally smoke weed.…
 
Larry Charles is one of the great comedic writers, producers and directors of our time. His credits include his pivotal role during the first seasons of Seinfeld, along with Curb Your Enthusiasm, Mad About You, The Arsenio Hall Show, among many others. He directed the original "Borat," one of the great works of satire of all time. He directed "Reli…
 
In preparation for communion, Pastor Steve Deane shows how scripture reveals the nature of God, the One who is always good, even without a contract. Today’s songs: Unstoppable God – Elevation Worship Graves Into Gardens – Elevation Worship King of Kings – Hillsong Worship Way Maker – LeelandBy Media Team
 
The expression goes, “Sometimes you gotta fight fire with fire.” In the realm of the opioid crisis in America, that can be a suggestion to start an inferno. A pill for a pill? Does it even make sense? We commonly make the association with illegal drugs such as heroin when the topic is brought up, but many opioids are regulated by the FDA for the us…
 
Michael is joined by The Intercept's Jon Schwarz to discuss the shockingly unshocking report this week that the Saudi operatives who murdered Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi had received State Department-approved paramilitary training. They also discuss the recent foolish attacks on Rep. Ilhan Omar, the meaning and background of the phra…
 
Owning your own home - it's the American dream. For many Black and Brown people it was a dream deferred because of laws that allowed redlining of neighborhoods and discrimination in lending. Today, housing discrimination is against the law, but reality tells a different story. It's a cautionary tale of one African American homeowner who's appraisal…
 
The history of the iconic supernova that was the Cape Cod Coliseum is covered in depth on a special Bonus episode of the podcast. Episode 26 covers the flash in the pan that was the Coliseum beginning with its inception as mainly a hockey rink for youth hockey and the Cape Cod Cubs. What followed was a who's who of musical talent throughout the 197…
 
In this episode of #GetOnCode, we build with the founder of Beautiful Powerful Love. ​Barbara Pamplin’s life was changed by 50, 3, and 3. That's 50 days in Intensive Care, 3 open heart surgeries, and 3 deaths and resuscitations – all in the fall of 2017. Barbara has written a memoir/self-help book that looks through the lens of family dynamics, per…
 
June 19, 1865 - the day that the enslaved in Texas finally got the news of the Emancipation Proclamation outlawing slavery in the United States ...two and a half years after the proclamation went into effect! The commemoration of that day is called Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, Liberation Day and Emancipation Day. We learn the…
 
Episode 25 has a few new and exciting changes! The debut of the Top 5 includes Cape Cod Icons, the places you have to see and experience if you have never been to the Cape, or even if you have been a thousand times. Restaurant Storytime Part II goes back to my first year in the industry. A humble dishwasher embroiled in a food fight that ended in a…
 
America's prison system is brutal, stupid and inhumane. It makes us all less safe and has a terrible impact on other parts of our society such as health care, education, and even how we treat one another. "Reform" or band-aids will not make it better - it must be uprooted, abolished and replaced. Michael Moore recently proposed a "Department of Pub…
 
The private tax returns of America's wealthiest few individuals were just leaked to the non-profit journalists at ProPublica and they reveal an American plutocracy that has completely avoided paying personal taxes. We already knew that the wealthiest corporations were able to maneuver the tax code to their benefit, but the levels at which the ultra…
 
Our AV Round Table pundits answer a provocative question - "When was the first time you knew you were Black?" It's a question that goes to the heart of how African Americans perceive themselves and others in terms of race and racism. Plus, analysis of the results of Virginia's Democratic primary and a look ahead to the general election.…
 
Episode 24 starts off with a special interview. Mason Pryme is a highly-rated, award-winning chef. He is now plying his trade at the Cleat & Anchor in Dennis Port. He share why this is his favorite place he has worked thus far and why you should come visit(Hint: Smoked BBQ, a huge craft beer list, live entertainment) For decades a looming hulk sat …
 
In Dallas, Texas last week, 18 year-old high school valedictorian Paxton Smith decided at the last minute to throw away her school-approved graduation speech to address a new Texas law signed Republican Governor Greg Abbott that would make all abortions illegal as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. Video of her 3-minute speech has gone viral and …
 
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