Friday, June 11, 2010

Converting Your Car to Electric



Electric Car
Converting Your Car to Electric
Friday, June 11
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "Green & Sustainable" talks, listen to an interview with Patrick Connor and Jeff Kim, experts from the Oregon Electric Vehicle Association (OEVA). They will explain about the important things to consider if you want to convert your "gas hog" to electric. You'll also find out about joining the national organization that has many chapters.

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Don KittermanDon Kitterman:
Mixed Martial Arts Champion

For Beyond 50's "Fitness" talks, listen to an inspirational talk by Don Kitterman, a Mixed Martial Arts champion with eight years of fighting experience, specializing in Tae Kwon Do and other styles. Turning 50, he decided to train for his last fight that lead to an outstanding win at the Rumble in the Roseland 50, hosted by the Full Contact Fighting Federation (FCFF).

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AffluenzaSimple Prosperity & Affluenza
For Beyond 50's "Green & Sustainable Practices" talks, listen to an interview with Dave Wann. He will explain about simple prosperity to find real wealth in a sustainable lifestyle and the idea of affluenza: a painful, contagious, socially transmitted condition of overload, debt, anxiety and waste resulting from the dogged pursuit of more wealth and materialism for a "better life."

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 171






PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soar; and champion human rights.

Karate Kid
Karate Kid
This is a great remake of the 1984 film. Dre, a 12-year-old, is forced to move to Beijing with his auto-worker mother as a job requirement. Adjusting to urban China, he falls for a cute violinist named Meiying and gets plenty of bullying from his classmate, Cheng. Jackie Chan plays the apartment superintendent, Mr. Han, who is a dormant Kung Fu master. Han takes Dre under his wing to teach the art of self-defense against Cheng and to ready him for a martial arts tournament. (Available in theatres everywhere; Genre: Action, Family, Sports, Cultural, Drama ; Running Time: 2 hrs., 20 min.)




Joan RiversJoan Rivers:
A Piece of Work

You'll get an intimate look into Joan Rivers' inner and outer life. At 76-years-old, she continues to work tirelessly in show business. After 43 years as an entertainer who is addicted to celebrity, she has become thick-skinned, surviving betrayals from Johnny Carson and those in the industry, harsh critics, even the suicide of her husband. She's proven over time to be a tough and funny lady. (Available in select theatres only; Genre: Documentary, Comedy; Running Time: 84 min.)


Lottery
The Lottery
The documentary serves as a call to action for major reforms nationwide in the educational system. Traditional public schools are failing our children. As a startling statistic, about 58% of African American 4th graders are functionally illiterate. The real-life drama in the film follows four families for months, from Harlem and the Bronx, who have entered their children in a charter school lottery to get into the Harlem Success Academy, one of the most successful schools in New York. It's a battle between zones and charter schools in their area. (Available in select theatres nationwide; Genre: Documentary, Drama, News; Running Time: 81 min.)


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