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It is hard to talk about death. Victoria Medina, Off-Broadway writer, producer, and director and best selling author shares how she combined her theater production and caregiving skills to celebrate the lives of those closest to her, from family to friends. Whether you just lost someone or preparing for someone close, or just taking care of yourself and want to learn more about celebrating the lives of those you love and invigorating your own life, this is the podcast for you. Remember to vi ...
 
Are you sick and tired of all the negative conversations about your home, America? Do you want to enjoy some uplifting discussions and share comments about this country you live in? Join writer, producer, director of the inspirational Off-Broadway show One Nation, One Mission, One Promise for a positive conversation about America that celebrates our unique and diverse citizenship. Whether you want to discover uplifting stories about your neighbors, just want to hear some great inspirational ...
 
Bringing you untold stories behind luminaries and legends of the New York City’s running culture. A new show from the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network. Hosted by Leigh Anne Sharek and Chris Chavez. Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/runnersofnyc Be sure to check out CITIUSMAG.com for all your latest running commentary. Support the show and rep Runners of NYC: https://www.bonfire.com/runners-of-nyc-podcast/ ▶ Follow us: twitter.com/RunnersOfNYC | Instagram.com/RunnersOfNYC | Facebook.com/Ci ...
 
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For this episode, we welcome Rebeka Stowe. She is a hell of an athlete and has qualified for the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships seven times in her career, including the 2012 Olympic Trials in the steeplechase. She is a former Big 12 Conference champion while attending Kansas. She trained professionally for some time with the New Jersey-…
 
"Going back to how welcoming Dao-Yi Chow, Eugene Tong and Ryo Yamamoto are. That sets the tone for everybody else. That's a huge reason why Paolo and I are as welcoming as we are. We've learned from them. We want to pay it forward. We do realize that yes, you can feel alone in a big group of people and we just want people to know that we're not goi…
 
“In 2006, I started running for a friend who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, which is a rare blood cancer. She had been diagnosed years before but she had always seemed fine so I never really thought about it. When I saw her go through a stem cell transplant, where they basically beat your body down, strip you of your immune system, do the ste…
 
“Chinatown Runners is not a crew and it's not based in any specific locality. It's not a crew. It's a movement. I wanted it to feel bigger than just this one group that really sort of permeated throughout the entire running community worldwide. When you think about it, there are Asian-American Pacific Islander-centric communities all over the world…
 
“Yeah, it would be a bummer if there’s no Olympic Games because I feel like it would be a very political Games. But at the same time, I’m in fencing. I know that people forget the day after the Games are done that I go back to being a regular person. A million people could kneel at the Games and I don’t think you’d see a million people do it. You’r…
 
“I come from the South Bronx. I had to leave the Bronx to have access to these things. I had to go downtown to take arts classes, writing, theater and poetry classes. What did I do it? I brought all that shit back Uptown so that everyone had access to that and it wasn’t just me. I felt horrible to be in these spaces that I knew would never accept m…
 
“Running communities are a reflection of American communities, and if we know that American communities have been shaped by racist real estate laws; racist criminal justice systems; racist police officers; racist, segregated schools…how can there not be racism in running?” This is an episode of Social Sport – another show on the CITIUS MAG Podcast …
 
Meggie Sullivan is a communications strategist with a specialty in architecture, design, and lifestyle. On the track and roads, she's one of the fastest women in New York City, who has a 4:18 personal best for 1,500 meters and 4:46 for the mile. She's just wrapping up her time as a captain and board of directors member with Central Park Track Club …
 
Today is a very special episode because today I will be speaking with my friend and funeral director Christopher Tombline, Executive Manager of Gutterman Funeral Homes. Christopher Tombline has been a NY State Licensed Funeral Director for over thirty years, primarily focusing on prearranged planning while also handling all aspects of Funeral Plann…
 
In episode 19, I mentioned that I would discuss what the word Transition means, and today I will discuss what I mean by a transition in this episode. I will also continue the conversation about creating beautiful memories as well as the importance of having a power of attorney document. Please visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the checklist t…
 
Congratulations!! You Voted!! Before we think about what is next, let's take a moment and extend a huge thanks and round of applause to all the employees and volunteers around the country who stepped up, in a bipartisan spirit, for all of us to exercise our right to vote. The ultimate rulers of our democracy are not a President and senators and con…
 
This week we will continue to focus on enjoying life, grieving, and end-of-life planning. Most importantly the best investment you can make for your life. Please visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the checklist that will assist you with planning a memorial service. Please email me at info@aquamarineevents.com with all of your questions and com…
 
The United States is less than a week away from voting for the next President of the United States. Every election is the most important election of a person's lifetime. Every election. Today I discuss why every election is the most important lesson. Why you should vote. Who you are voting for and most importantly why your vote is also your voice. …
 
I have been speaking about honoring those you love, but this week I want to focus on celebrating your life. Your life today, your moment today. Grieving is one of the hardest emotions you will ever have to deal with, it will hit you like a ton of bricks when you least expect it. You could be doing something as simple as picking up a cup and a memor…
 
Today is about what women have in common. I read two articles that appeared to be about women on the left and women on the right, but in the end when you look at the articles closely. The issues on both sides are the same. We have far more in common than we have apart. Thank you for joining me today. Please email me at onenationsocialmedia@gmail.co…
 
The longer the pandemic continues, the harder it is to honor those we love in the traditions we hold dear. And in such times of uncertainty, many of us are looking for other ways to honor those we love. As time has proven, this pandemic isn’t going anywhere soon. However, it has also proven that we are strong and resilient. The world around us is f…
 
Today is special. Today I will discuss our common ground through our first amendment of the Bill of Rights. Today is also special because I have the opportunity to feature an excerpt from Writer, Director, and Choreographer Tony Spinsoa's new musical, Singing Revolution. 'Singing Revolution' is a contemporary musical with a Europop score. It’s the …
 
Speaking about death is hard. No-one wants to talk about death, but there has been no other year that I can imagine where it is everywhere. Even when in my own personal experience, I still never experienced what we are all experiencing today with COVID-19. Today we pay tribute to the over 200,000 people who lost their lives and how it is so importa…
 
Each week I have been discussing a line from the first document of the Charters of Freedom, The Declaration of Independence. In addition, I also highlight a great American, and I select from all walks of life, Asian American, Latin American, Hispanic American, African American and European American, because we have a plethora of gifts to choose fro…
 
“With family comes a lot of responsibilities. With a lot of responsibilities can come a less active lifestyle is how I guess I can put it. I got caught up in life and just tried to work my ass off and raise the kids that I kind of let loose with myself as far as health and wellness was concerned. It wasn't really a priority. I didn’t really care wh…
 
I love, love, love, love music!! Today is all about asking that simple question, what were their favorite music and the wonderful, magical and joyous ways you can incorporate music into your memorial service. Remember to visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the checklist that will assist you with planning a memorial service. Please email me at i…
 
Wow, the day after the first presidential debate of 2020. The first debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. If you did not watch it you may be hearing the response echoing, from all ideologies, democrat, republican, independent, everyone - it was well we will discuss this and I am thrilled to add that we will also celebrate an amazing hero - Her…
 
Today is part three, the final segment of our special interview with Anthony Fedorov and AJ Rafael. In part 3 we talk about memories – How those final memories are the most powerful, memories from our time together and making new memories… I do hope you have been enjoying Anthony Fedorov’s beautiful song, inspired by his Grandma, a gift to his fath…
 
Today, it is an honor and with sadness that we dedicate this episode to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg. She was a giant among us. Her voice and her legacy will live on for generations. Please join me in celebrating her life and share with me your thoughts. Thank you for joining me today. Please email me at onenationsocialmedia@gmail.com,…
 
Today is part two of our special episode with Anthony Fedorov and AJ Rafael. In part 2 we we discuss the importance of talking about how we feel after we lose someone we love, moving forward, and how to always keep those we love close, and of course another sample from their beautiful song, Baby Bird You have probably met these two artistic souls, …
 
Imagine if the military was pointed at the people of America and not there to protect? Today we celebrate Puerto Rican Heritage Month and the many reason why we vote. We will also continue our conversation about The Charters of Freedom. Thank you for joining me today. Please email me at onenationsocialmedia@gmail.com, visit our store at onenmpstore…
 
Today is a very special episode because today I will be speaking with two very generous and talented guests. Anthony Fedorov and AJ Rafael. You have probably met these two artistic souls, Anthony Fedorov is currently writing the musical Hashtag America and you may have seen videos featuring some of the potential music from the show on Instagram cal…
 
“I was in my own little bubble for a long time...I think if I had a sense of how bad I was, I don’t know if I would have continued. I love that in New York you can go to all these local races and kind of place high without having these super performances. I think that gave me some teasers that I could kind of be good at this.” Somehow the World Ath…
 
Today is about - What exactly is Law and Order? Is it to bring peace and harmony to one people, one country? Or is it to harass the people to do the bidding of those who wish to control and not lead? Can there be an America for one citizen if there is not an America for another citizen? We will also continue our conversation about The Charters of F…
 
Thank you for joining today, this week we will talk about how to write a eulogy. Writing a eulogy is all about telling the journey of the person you are paying tribute to and telling it will love. Remember to visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the checklist that will assist you with planning a memorial service. Please email me at info@aquamari…
 
"If children do not understand the Constitution, they cannot understand how our government functions, or what their rights and responsibilities are as citizens of the United States." - John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States of America Today I will speak about the notion that if our own representatives do not understand the Charters of Fre…
 
Today is the 3rd and final part of How to Create a Memorial Service for your Child. This is the first part in honoring this very sensitive subject. Losing anyone is difficult. A parent losing a child is, for most of us incomprehensible. What is important is how we can comfort those we love and how if you lost a child, perhaps some suggestions for m…
 
Last week on August 18, 1920, was the day the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote was ratified. Meaning that it was officially valid, but it was not until August 26, 1920, when it was actually signed into law and officially put into practice. So today is called Equality day. What does that mean to you? Today I discuss what voting means t…
 
"We, as Bronx Femme, promote health and wellness not just in our little running community but we run the streets...It's not just for folks to come on a run but it's also to show the Bronx that we can run. We're running in the hoods. We're running in all the crevices of the Bronx. I really hope that Bronx Femme is inspiring people. This isn't normal…
 
Today is about How to Create a Memorial Service for your Child. This is the first part in honoring this very sensitive subject. Losing anyone is difficult. A parent losing a child is, for most of us incomprehensible. What is important is how we can comfort those we love and how if you lost a child, perhaps some suggestions for moving forward. Remem…
 
Today is about How to Create a Memorial Service for your Child. This is the first part in honoring this very sensitive subject. Losing anyone is difficult. A parent losing a child is, for most of us incomprehensible. What is important is how we can comfort those we love and how if you lost a child, perhaps some suggestions for moving forward. Remem…
 
Today is about your first birthday celebration without them there. How can you enjoy the day and have them with you? How can you plan for the time when your loved ones will be celebrating their first birthday without you? How do you celebrate our birthday today? Remember to visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the checklist that will assist you …
 
Today we celebrate, advocate and inspire everyone to vote. I include quotes from extraordinary Americans about voting and the next grievance in The Declaration of Independence. I also suggest what we can do to make sure everyone votes. It is a right, there is no reason to postpone. Thank you for joining me today. Please email me at onenationsocialm…
 
Today is about communication. Communicating your thoughts before it is too late. I will also discuss the importance of communication when planning your memorial service and another step in taking care of yourself. Remember to visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the checklist that will assist you with planning. Please email me at info@aquamarine…
 
Today we pay tribute to over 150,000 souls lost to COVID-19. We connect their untimely deaths to the next grievance in The Declaration of Independence. I also suggest what we can do to unite us against a virus and instead of dividing us against each other. Thank you for joining me today. Please email me at onenationsocialmedia@gmail.com, visit our …
 
“By being last, I obviously didn’t want to be last. I wanted to just beat one kid in swimming, running or whatever it was. I just wanted to get a little bit faster. Having that mindset of ‘getting a little bit faster’ is really what took me all around the world on a competitive world stage. Just wanting to be a little bit better each day and each t…
 
Today is about you taking your time before you make a decision, especially a major decision. I will also discuss the next step in planning your memorial service, their clothes and we will end with you finding those pockets and avenues to celebrate your life. Remember to visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the checklist that will assist you with…
 
Today we pay tribute to Congressman John E. Lewis who passed away last week. How did Congressman Lewis celebrate, advocate and fight for the Charters of Freedom? We explore this question and the next part of the Declaration of Independence. Thank you for joining us today.By Victoria Medina
 
Today we will talk about including family and friends when planning a memorial service. You do not have to work or be alone. Family and friends can help with planning and taking on a specific task. Also, begin to think of the family and friends you wish to invite to the memorial service. Remember to visit Aquamarineevents.com and download the check…
 
America recently celebrated its 244th birthday. In 1776, America fought a war to create a government, as outlined in the Declaration of Independence that will take care of its people’s safety and happiness. How do you think your representatives are living up to this mission today? We explore this in today's episode and the heartbreak many Asian Ame…
 
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