@1KevNash & @DJ_Killa_Kev give their THOUGHTS on the NFL’s proposal of an 18 game schedule, the NBA adding coaches challenges, theCP3 trade for Westbrook. An armored truck makes it rain $175k on the highway in ATL, Jermaine Dupri says today’s female rappers only rap about sex & stripping! Plus, Snowfall season 3 predictions and much more!
Picassobabyy aka Bucky Barnes is an Artist from Dayton, OH. Representative of Dayton.Topic LLC and ENMG, LLC. A Graphic Designer/Producer/Writer for growing outlets. He stopped by DATV to chat with @theizzyrock
#2 Countin’ Me out
#3 Buy It
Currently, Dayton Public Schools is at risk of a takeover after the Ohio Department of Education released school district report cards, and the district got an “F” ranking. The district will find out in September 2019 if the takeover is happening, or if the law about takeovers will change. This would be a dramatic and controversial next chapter for the school district.
Here at the podcast, we’ve discuss the state of DPS with a variety of local politicians, candidates, and community leaders, but we have yet to have a chat with someone from the school district. In this episode, we finally get to discuss the challenges DPS faces with School Board Vice President Jocelyn Spencer Rhynard. She is new to the Board, newly elected in 2018 and will serve until 2022.
In this wide ranging conversation with host Libby Ballengee, Jocelyn discusses her journey to Dayton, sending her children to DPS, her personal epiphanies as a parent, and how she found the inspiration she to run for the School Board and put children first. She also explains the takeover situation, and thoughts on a path forward for DPS.
About Jocelyn Specer Rhynard:
Jocelyn Rhynard has lived in Dayton for almost 14 years. She and her husband met and married while attending Brigham Young University and moved to Dayton following the birth of their first child. They now have four children, all of whom attend various Dayton Public Schools. Jocelyn has enjoyed being a full-time parent, and has welcomed the chance to spend hundreds of hours working in her children’s’ elementary school. Over the past seven years, she has given of her time in and out of the classroom and has served as the co-chair of the Parent/Teacher Organization at River’s Edge Montessori for the past two years. She is an active member of the Dayton community, and serves on the Dayton School Board as a representative of the parents of the district.
Motel Beds – “Smoke Your Homework”
@1KevNash & @DJ_Killa_Kev wrap with independent artists D. Knight about his upcoming EP “Hidden Gem” dropping August 2nd, his recording process, ongoing relationship with RazDaBar Sound & Management, picking beats that match his style, and being a rapper’s rapper! Plus, NBA Free Agency reaction, Little Mermaid controversy, and much more!
SleekoGotBars aka SGB is a Dayton rapper who’s just released a new project called, Unlimited Vibes. He stops by DATV to chat with @TheIzzyRock
Born during one of his mother’s three prison sentences, and raised around drugs, alcohol and prostitution until the age of five, SleekoGotBars’s struggles are something that influence his music, but his approach to amplifying these struggles is what sets him apart from other rappers. “Some run away from the pain of the struggle and indulge in drugs and hide behind face tattoos. I’m giving you free game on how to maneuver around the road blocks life puts in your way because I’ve experienced all of it,” said Sleeko.
Raised in Dayton, Ohio, music was always a part of SleekoGotBars’s DNA. Both of his parents sang lead vocals in rock bands, and he grew up with everything from Nirvana to Jay-Z blaring out of the speakers in his home. At age thirteen, after being taken to a recording studio by a friend, he began making music. Not too long after Sleeko went through a rebellious stage and was suspended from school. He was then forced to choose between rap music and his home. Sleeko ultimately chose his passion and found himself homeless, moving around from couch to couch because of it.
With a razor sharp delivery and a rapid fire flow, Sleeko is inspired by early T.I. and Lil Wayne, Freddy Mercury and Chad Bennington. In 2010, under the moniker of Young Dash, Sleeko released his first mixtape, Life On The Edge, and followed that project up with projects in 2011, 2012, and 2014 (projects in 2012 and 2014 were released under the name Sleeko Dash).
#1 Murder She Wrote
#2 I Won’t Fold
#3 American Dad
#4 No Pain No Gain
SleekoGotBars on social media:
In previous episodes, we’ve discussed treatments and stories about opioid addiction. While that struggle remains a critical issue, addiction to alcohol is even more common. On this episode, we discuss a new treatment for “alcohol use disorder.” It’s an easy way for individuals wanting to drink less for any reason (improve health, lose weight, addiction, etc) to do so successfully – and you don’t have to give up alcohol completely if you don’t want to!
In this episode our host Libby Ballengee interviews Dr. Paul Kolodzik, the Medical Director of North Dayton Addiction & Recovery Services in Vandalia, Ohio. Dr Paul is joined by one of his own patients and success stories in this enlightening conversation on medical treatments for addiction. Amazingly, this treatment sees permanent success is approximately 70% of cases, which is much higher than traditional approaches. Plus this treatment is also effective for opioid addiction!
Dr. Kolodzik is double Board Certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties in the specialties of Addiction Medicine and Emergency Medicine. He has treated patients with addiction related disorders in both the hospital and the office setting for over 20 years. He is also one of few board certified physician addictionologists in the Midwest treating patients for Alcohol Use Disorder with medications. “Medication Assisted Treatment” (or MAT) for patients who drink excessive alcohol is an evidenced-based treatment-backed by hundreds of scientific medical studies.
No longer is complete abstinence (for example, Alcoholics Anonymous) the only medical approach to reduction of alcohol use. Medication Assisted Treatment utilizes medications proven to reduce the quantity of alcohol consumed. Alcohol consumption is gradually reduced over a period of months with medication use, without the need for inpatient or outpatient “detox” or the danger and discomfort of alcohol withdrawal syndrome. Patients then may choose to continue drinking significantly reduced amounts of alcohol, or decide to stop drinking alcohol completely.
The primary medications utilized in the MAT of alcohol use disorder include naltrexone, baclofen, and topiramate. These medications may be supplemented with the use of specific vitamins and supplements to achieve an optimal pace of alcohol use reduction, and to address nutritional deficiencies that may exist as a result of previous excessive alcohol use. Dr. Kolodzik is an expert in managing patients with “The Sinclair Method”, a scientifically proven MAT approach widely recognized to reduce and/or eliminate alcohol use.
Dr. Kolodzik is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, the Wright State University College of Medicine, and the Wright State University Residency in Emergency Medicine. He has served as a Chief Resident at Wright State and as the Medical Director of a variety of organizations including Premier Health Care Services, New Century Physicians, Integrated Wellness Solutions, East Indiana Recovery, and North Dayton Addiction & Recovery. He is a recognized expert in the treatment of people with Alcohol Use Disorder, helping thousands of patients (for themselves and their families) achieve the goal of reduced alcohol use. He has been widely successful in assisting patients reduce or eliminate alcohol use and achieve associated improvement in their health, well-being, productivity and work life, and family relationships.
Find out more about North Dayton Addiction & Recovery:
Location: 72 N Dixie Dr, Vandalia, OH 45377
Call: 937-365-HELP (4357)
Kev Nash & DJ Killa Kev are BACK talking about Killa Kev’s full weekend DJing, tons of NBA talk, WTF is going on in the Dominican Republic, seeing Chaka Khan LIVE, the fearing of injury, rapping at 40 plus is ______. Plus, Intern Aye Dizzle drunken night! Stay connected with the fellas @Dj_Killa_Kev & @1KevNash on twitter & IG! Don’t forget you can find the pod on the Tunein app & stitcher app.
Sadbox plays original rock music. Their music is filled with delightful hooks and melodies. Passion and love for music is what drives this Dayton quartet. They recorded this podcast at yellow Cab Tavern for Dayton Sideshow 14. They chat with @TheIzzyRock about numerous topics and want you to come see them live, 6-28-19 with Salvadore Ross and Age Nowhere. This is the Sadbox album release show.
Eli – rhythm/lead guitars
Paul – vocals, rhythm/lead guitars
Ryan – bass
Ray – drums
#1 Dnah Dnah
#2 Good Things Come
#3 Flows Like Water
#4 New Car Smell
In addition to on-the-ground support in communities most affected by the devastating Memorial Day storms, nearly 2,000 donors have contributed more than $650,000 (and counting) to the Greater Dayton Disaster Relief Fund (GDDRF) of The Dayton Foundation, with several significant gifts pending. GDDRF was established the morning after the tornadoes struck to provide individuals with a safe place to give, while allowing the Foundation to quickly distribute disaster relief funds to charitable organizations working to fulfill the immediate needs of tornado victims. It also makes funds available for The Dayton Foundation to assist nonprofit organizations in addressing long-term rebuilding and recovery efforts, including filling in gaps for items not covered by insurance and other funding sources.
To date, more than $100,000 in grants have been awarded to organizations that are working directly with those impacted, including The Foodbank and the American Red Cross. Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc., Miami Valley Community Action Partnership and St. Vincent de Paul also received a total of $87,000 in grants, as they are helping individuals with immediate needs, such as housing and legal assistance.
“We are so grateful for the funds from the GDDRF of The Dayton Foundation, which will help us directly assist clients impacted by the disaster in keeping their housing or securing a new place to live,” said Cherish Cronmiller, president and CEO of Miami Valley Community Action Partnership. “One client had her place of employment sustain damage and missed a week and a half of work. Subsequently, she was unable to pay June’s rent in full, but we intervened and helped her to stay in her apartment. We also have pledges to landlords for security deposit assistance for those clients who need to relocate.”
Thousands of donations have poured in from all over the world. One gift came from two local bands who set up a donation jar during a performance and donated both the proceeds and their earnings to raise $338 for GDDRF. Another gift came from a woman who lives in Boston but grew up in Dayton. She wanted to fly in to volunteer with clean-up efforts in her hometown but decided instead to donate the cost of the plane ticket to GDDRF. Even actor and former Dayton resident Rob Lowe encouraged his Twitter followers and attendees of his recent one-man show at the Schuster Performing Arts Center to support tornado relief efforts through the GDDRF.
Nonprofit organizations that are helping individuals impacted by the tornadoes with short- and long-term needs are invited to email Michelle Brown, community engagement officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org. A brief description of the needs the nonprofit organization is seeing and how it plans to fill those needs should be included in the email.
There are several ways to support long-term tornado relief and rebuilding efforts through The Dayton Foundation. Individuals may make a secure, online credit card donation at www.daytonfoundation.org or mail a check to The Dayton Foundation, 40 N. Main Street, Suite 500, Dayton, OH 45423. “Greater Dayton Disaster Relief Fund” should be designated on the check or in the credit card form’s fund name field. Individuals or organizations that would like to hold a fundraiser to benefit GDDRF should contact Carrie Dalrymple, community relations program officer, at (937) 225-9952 and visit www.daytonfoundation.org/greater_dayton_disaster_relief_fund.html. for a Giving Toolkit. Flyers, talking points and other important information for the event is available in the toolkit.
Individuals who are 70 1/2 or older and have an IRA also may choose to support these efforts through a qualified charitable distribution to a Field-of-Interest Fund established at The Dayton Foundation. Visit https://www.daytonfoundation.org/IRA_relief.html or contact us at (937) 222-0410 or email@example.com for more information.
“From organizations holding fundraisers, to individuals walking in off the street to drop off donations, the outpouring of support to GDDRF has been amazing,” said Michael M. Parks, president of The Dayton Foundation. “We only anticipate the needs of those individuals affected by the tornadoes will continue to grow. Thanks to the generosity of our donors and individuals in the community, we will have resources to support nonprofit organizations that are helping those impacted by the tornadoes to get back on their feet not just today, but in the months and years ahead.”
ABOUT THE DAYTON FOUNDATION
The Dayton Foundation, the region’s largest community foundation, has been helping you help others locally and around the world since 1921.
We provide unmatched services, resources, support and counsel to help individuals achieve their charitable giving goals; we assist other nonprofits by funding important initiatives and offering our expertise to help them operate more effectively; and we’re helping build a better community by identifying important issues and bringing together the people and organizations who can solve them.
Whether you are an individual, financial advisor, nonprofit organization or someone wanting to make a difference, The Dayton Foundation can help you help others.
New Old-Fashioned – “This Old Town”