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INFO FROM: Where is Heather Teague blog - http://whereisheatherteague.blogspot.ca
Tonight I am talking with Sarah Nell Teague?, Heather's mom.
Heather Danyelle Teague was visiting a Kentucky beach to lie out in the sun on August 26, 1995 when something went awry. Someone decided to take Heather against her will from her lounge chair. The only eye witness was a man watching through a telescope who saw a bearded man snatch Heather up and drag her into the woods, to never been seen again. He later came forward to say that he thought it was a joke that her boyfriend was playing and did not think it was serious. The only known suspect, Marvin Dill was to be questioned a few days after Heather's disappearance, and before police could question him, he shot himself in the head. Several years after the abduction of Heather Teague, there has been many questions about the disappearance and the inconsistencies in the witness statements and the police's handling of the case. One fact still remains. Heather Teague is STILL missing!!!
LATEST NEWS --- HEATHER'S MOM, SARAH SUES KENTUCKY STATE POLICE & OTHERS (Kentucky State Police, Henderson Police, the only eyewitness in the case, and the sketch artist used in the investigation).
The Sharing continues about our activities during the 2013 Solar Cycle Journey. We are in the First Judgment Season, the Harvest Season; taking assessments, reaping our harvest from physical and spiritual plantings...basically, we will be reading, commenting on and taking questions about articles written in www.blackTNTnews.com - a 100% Black perspective in the Newsservice
We are also nearing the most momenteous event in Black history in the United States of America: The Million Man March. Everything will be jux-a-posed to the 18th Annivery of the October 16, 1995 March on Washington, D. C.
As East's reputation grew on the L.A. session scene, so did his job calls. From that point on, East worked consistently. He toured with Loggins appearing with the singer at Live Aid in 1985. Eric Clapton heard Nathan and invited him to join his band. With keyboardist Greg Phillinganes and drummer Phil Collins, they toured the world over and performed multiple concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall which resulted in the release of Clapton's "24 Nights" CD, (1988). With Clapton, he would go on to record numerous CD's including Journeyman, August, Behind The Sun, Pilgrim, Reptile and the Multi-Grammy Award winning multi-platinum Clapton MTV Unplugged CD.In 1990, while in the studio recording Bob James' Grand Piano Canyon album, the keyboardist asked East, Lee Ritenour, and Harvey Mason if they'd be interested in forming a group where each member would be an equal partner and could contribute songs. James, who at the time held an executive position at Warner Bros.' jazz A&R department, got them a deal with the label; a couple of months later, the group now known as Fourplay began recording their debut album. Their first record, 1991′s Fourplay, sold over a million copies and remained at the number one position on Billboard's contemporary jazz charts for 33 weeks. Their next LP, 1993′s Between the Sheets, reached number one, went gold, and received a Grammy nomination. In 1995, their third gold album, Elixir, inherited the number one position from Kenny G's Breathless and remained on the charts for more than 90 weeks. Fourplay's 4 album entered the jazz charts at number one when guitarist Larry Carlton joined the band. Now, after fifteen years together, nine CD's and 5 Grammy nominations, Fourplay's X CD debuted at number one (Billboard Contemporary Jazz) remaining there for more than two months.
Scott A. Kramer, LCSW, ACSW, is a psychotherapist in private practice working with the LGBTQ community in New York City. in 2007, Scott graduated SUNY Stony Brook, School of Social Welfare and started work as the Prevention Social Worker in the Youth Enrichment Services program at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in Manhattan. In 2009, he accepted the Supervising Counselor position at the Hetrick-Martin Institute and in 2010 received his SIFI certification from Columbia University School of Social Work. One of Scott's main goals as a social worker is to help empower people living with HIV/AIDS to lead a fulfilling life, free from stigma and fear. He accomplishes this by being a social worker who is open to both clients and colleagues about being a gay man and living with AIDS since 1995. In August 2010 Scott developed "Hi-fIVe - A Support Group for Gay Men Living with HIV/AIDS in New York City" a low-cost, weekly support group for adult gay men living with HIV/AIDS. "Hi-fIVe" has a monthly topic and is continually well attended. Scott is a 2010 recipient of the NASW-NYC Social Work Emerging Leader Award, and has presented at the Boston College National Conference on Social Work and HIV/AIDS each year since 2010. He has been involved with Cycle for the Cause, a 275 mile bike ride fundraiser for the LGBT Center of Manhattan's HIV/AIDS services, as a pos-ped crew member since 2009. For more information about Scott A. Kramer, LCSW, ACSW and his work, please visit his website at www.scottakramer.com
Alijandra is an internationally-known author, teacher, healer and vehicle for both Source information and energy and ascended master St. Germain. After many years in the SanFrancisco Bay area, she is now based in Sacramento, California.
She is the founder and author of Healing with the Rainbow Rays, a pioneering work published in 1995. About 15 years ago, she began to develop the modality of Transfigurational Matrix Healing, which continues to yield on-going, cutting-edge new material. In the last three years, she developed the Rainbow Liquid Light work for ascension, which continues her work begun over 15 years ago on reversing the aging process and immortality.
Alijandra has appeared on numerous radio and television shows, new-age expos, webinars and other conferences. Her articles have appeared in Rainbow News, (a New Zealand), Insight magazine (Australia), Continuum magazine, Voice of Choices (US based) Spiritweb and several other online ezines. She continues to work on new books and mp3s.
Alijandra maintains three fan sites on Facebook that are enormously popular: "Healing with the Rainbow Rays", "Accelerated Manifesting, and "Rainbow Dolphin Pod Healing".
Her website is www.colorhealing.com. She also has her own radio program, "Healing with the Rainbow Rays" (with "Universal Spiritual Connection" on Channel 1on Mondays from 6-7:30pm PST. This program will shortly begin simultaneous TV streaming.
You can reach Alijandra at (408) 986-8550. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. She is also on Twitter as @Alijandra7777
My next guest is Peter Quinn, who joined Time Inc. as the chief speechwriter in 1985 & retired as corporate editorial director for Time Warner in 2007. He received a BA from Manhattan College (1969), an MA in history from Fordham Univ (1974) and was ABD.. He was awarded a Ph.D., honoris causa by Manhattan College (2002). In 1979, he was Governor Carey's chief speechwriter, continuing under Governor Mario Cuomo; he helped craft the Governor’s 1984 Democratic Convention speech & his address at Notre Dame University. His 1994 novel Banished Children of Eve won a 1995 American Book Award. Looking for Jimmy: In Search of Irish America was published in 2007. Colum McCann summed up Quinn's historical detective novels -- Hour of the Cat (2005), The Man Who Never Returned (2010), and Dry Bones (2013) -- as "generous and agile and profound." He co-wrote the 1987 television doc "McSorley’s New York," (NY Emmy for “Outstanding Historical Programming”). He was a commentator in PBS documentaries “The Irish in America;” “New York: A Documentary Film;” “The Life and Times of Stephen Foster,” s the Academy Award-nominated film, “The Passion of Sister Rose.” He was an advisor on Martin Scorcese’s “Gangs of New York.” He helped conceive/script the 6-part doc “The Road to the White House,” which aired on TG4 in Ireland (2009). Quinn was editor of The Recorder: The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society (1986 to 1993). He has articles/reviews in The NY Times, Commonweal, America, American Heritage, Catholic Historical Review, Philadelphia Enquirer, L.A. Times, Eiré-Ireland. He is on the advisory boards of the American Irish Historical Society, NYU's Gluckman Ireland House, and the Tenement Museum. He is a co-founder of Irish American Writers & Artists.http://www.newyorkpaddy.com
Thursday, October 31 @ 7:00 PM Guest: Honorable Judge Renee Hughes CEO Red Cross Subject: Connecting Civic responsibility with Legal Counsel The Honorable Renée Cardwell Hughes is the Chief Executive Officer of the American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEPA) which covers the City of Philadelphia and the four counties (Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery) She is responsible for the provision of American Red Cross Humanitarian Services including disaster response, preparedness and recovery in addition to Service to the Armed Forces. She is responsible for the only American Red Cross extended care facility in the Nation Judge Hughes retired from the Court of Common Pleas, First Judicial District, where she served in the Trial Division of the Court of Common Pleas. She was appointed to the bench in 1995 by Governor Tom Ridge, and was elected to a full ten year term beginning January, 1996 and was re-elected in 2005 to a second full term. Prior to becoming a member of the judiciary, Judge Hughes was in private practice and specialized in corporate, health care, worker's compensation and insurance defense law. Before opening her own law firm, she was an associate in the corporate department of Mesirov Gelman Jaffe Cramer and Jamison; Associate Counsel with Independence Blue Cross Judge Renee Hughes can be reached at 215-229-4011 & email@example.com and http://www.redcross.org/pa/philadelphia/
Join Ronald and guest, Judge Hughes on Thursday, October 31th at 7:00 PM to find out how our legal acumen supports fundamental community needs across all economic levels.
Hi listeners & welcome to another episode of Weekdays with Murph! Today on the show, I'm honored to be joined by the incredibly talented Mr. Robert Kelker-Kelly. Robert is most noted for playing the deliciously evil Stavros Cassadine on ABC's General Hospital, but fans may also recognize Robert from his portrayal of Days of our Lives' Bo Brady from 1992-1995. We'll chat about that & as always, I'll ask some fun, quirky questions to let you guys get to know Robert better as a person. This should be fun!