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Take Part in 2009 South Florida Rally for Recovery

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2009 South Florida Rally for Recovery

To show your support for National Recovery Month, take part this week in the 2009 South Florida Rally for Recovery. Intherooms.com will be hosting the event, and all proceeds raised from the $9.00 participation donation will go towards recovey scholarships for people in the community. Intherooms.com is one of the biggest online recovery social-networking sites with 45,000 members whose combined recovery time totals more than 131,000 years. Below is the day-long scheduled events list. For more information, click the following link: Take Part.

2009 South Florida Rally for Recovery Event Schedule

7:00 AM
Gates open for registration and package pick up.

9:00 AM – 10:30 AM
5K Walk over the MacArthur Causeway

10:30 AM – 10:50 AM
Rhythm Flow (Spiritual Drum Circle)

10:50 AM – 11:10 AM
Proclamation by Miami Dade County Mayor
SPEAKER: Ivette Torres – SAMHSA
Proclamation by City of Miami Mayor

11:25 AM – 12:10 PM
Aces Up Kings: Amazing Classic Rock Cover Band

12:15 PM – 12:25 PM
SPEAKER: Howard Finklestein – Broward County Public Defender and Star of Channel 7 TV Show “Help Me Howard”

12:30 PM – 1:00 PM
Kristin Cappiello – (Sober Singer) Acoustic Guitar accompanied by an electric violinist

1:00 PM – 1:15 PM
SPEAKER: Judge Giselle Pollock – Broward County Drug Court Judge & Judge Jeffrey Rosenik – Dade County Drug Court Judge (Retired 2009)

1:25 PM – 2:10 PM
Richie Supa with Ricky Byrd of Joan Jett and the Blackhearts and the Hep Cat Boo Daddies. Ricki Byrd will be playing his hit song “I Love Rock and Roll” and the Hep Cat Boo Daddies will be backing Richie Supa and Ricky Byrd on “Amazing”, “Pink”, and “In The Rooms”.

2:25 PM – 2:35 PM
SPEAKER: Mr. Raynor – SAMH Corp. of Florida

2:35 PM – 4:00 PM
Eric Burdon and The Animals


IntheRooms.com Launches National AA Meetings Database

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IntheRooms.com AA Meetings Database

Just this week, IntheRooms.com launched there National AA Meetings Database. The website and project are truly one of a kind, as it uses similar technology to Wikipedia, which allows users to update the pages themselves and make any necessary corrections.

Not only does the IntheRooms.com National AA Meetings Database serve as a internet space where anyone can find an AA meeting locally, it can also be accessed by anyone nationwide, free of charge, in order to find an AA meting locally or while in a visiting city. As it stands, the AA Meetings Database is divided by country, state and city/county.

For those who are unfamiliar with IntheRooms.com, it is the premier recovery network site on the internet. IntheRooms.com has more than 40,000 members with a combined recovery time of over 100,000 years. Further, anyone can join free of charge and begin connecting with others in recovery across the globe, and across fellowship lines.

Please find the database at:

2009 Prism Award Winners

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Prism Awards

Last night marked the 13th Annual Prism Awards, which were held at Beverly Hill Hotel in Beverly Hills, California and presented by The Entertainment Industry Council.  For those unfamiliar with the Prism Awards, they are the equivalency of the Oscars and the Grammys but for outstanding achievement in the “accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction, as well as mental health issues, in film, television, interactive, comic book, music, and DVD entertainment,” according to the awards website.

After it was all said and done, some winners included: Anne Hathaway in the category of  Performance in a Feature Film for Rachel Getting Married; Benjamin Bratt in the category of Performance in a Drama Multi-episode Storyline for his part in The Cleaner; A & E’s Intervention won in the category of Unscripted Non-Fiction Program for Season 4; Lastly, In the category of Music Recording, Richie Supa won for his single In the Rooms, which was written especially for the new social networking website dedicated to connecting recovering addicts around the globe, also called “In the Rooms.”

For those interested in catching Richie Supa’s performance of In the Rooms and all other performances and presentations that were part of the 2009 Prism Awards, it will be aired later this year (September 26) on FX channel.

Richie Supa: “In the Rooms” Song Nominated for 13th Annual Prism Awards

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Prism Awards

Richie Supa is up for a 2009 Prism Award nomination, tomorrow, for his single “In the Rooms.”  Supa wrote the track for the new social networking website, for recovering addicts, which is called In the Rooms.  Although it has only been around for eight months, the website made ripples in the media pool when it was featured last month on NBC 6.

For those who aren’t familiar with Richie Supa, the world-renowned rock star has been recording music and performing across the US and the globe for over thirty years.  His most recognized work was as lead guitarist for Aerosmith and his compilations along side Richie Sambora of Bon Jovi.  In the Rooms was written and recorded by Supa earlier this year and, shortly there after, nominated for a 2009 Prism Award.  As a recovering addict, Riche Supa has openly endorsed the social networking site, In the Rooms, since its inception.

The 2009 Prism Awards won’t be aired for public viewing until September 26, 2009 on FX channel, but please find the video of Richie Supa’s “In the Rooms” below.

In the Rooms featured on NBC 6 Video Miami, Fl.

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The new social networking website, In the Rooms, was recently featured on NBC 6 in Miami, Fl.  The piece was featured on the morning newscast as part of anchor Joe Carter’s segment called, Carter’s Clicks.  In the introduction, Joe Carter poses the question, “what if there was a social networking site out there that was was 100% clean, one that was positive all the time and that even had the potential to save lives.”

The segment goes on to interview two recovering addicts, who credit part of the recent success of their rehabilitation to In the Rooms.  It then goes on to interview, founders Kenny Pomerance and Ron Tannenbuam, who say “We started this site because both of us had been in long-term recovery for over twenty-five years, and we thought it was time that the world saw how successful people are in recovery.”

The full In the Rooms segment, as viewed on NBC 6 in Miami, Fl. can be viewed by clicking on the video clip box below.

Written by Daniel

April 18, 2009 at 5:00 am