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Tracy Krauss is an author, playwright, artist, director, and teacher. She grew up in small town Saskatchewan and received her Bachelor of Education Degree in Saskatoon with majors in Art, English and History. She has lived in many interesting places in northern Canada, many of them north of the 60th parallel. She is currently a full time High School teacher of Art, Drama, English and History. She is currently working on several novels and stage plays, and resides with her husband in beautiful Tumbler Ridge, BC.
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Wholeness And Recovery, With Host Tamika-Todd-Horace.
At the age of 21, Tamika Newhouse founded Delphine Publications and has since become a self-published, bestselling author. She has appeared on various bestseller lists and won Self Published Author of the Year at the 2009 African American Literary Awards only nine months after her debut novel. In 2010, she was inducted into Who’s who in Black San Antonio and she landed a major publishing deal without an agent and still continues to write independent projects. Along with Delphine Publications, Tamika is the founder and President of African Americans on the Move Book Club (AAMBC) – an online book club and radio show catering to avid readers across the nation. She is also CEO of Obsessive Soul Media. With future projects in the works from short films, stage plays and much more, Tamika is a young woman on a mission. She has been featured in Uptown Magazine, Essence, Hello Beautiful, Juicy Magazine, and in Vibe Vixen Magazine. Tamika presently tours the country speaking about overcoming her teen pregnancy to fulfill her dream, as well as teaching aspiring writers the publishing ropes. A former radio host, she hosted her own internet radio show (AAMBC) for over three years and continues to expand her brand. She is currently living in Atlanta with her son and daughter and is currently working on her next novel.
Sunday May 24, 2015. 11:00 a.m. Pacific Time. It's our SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOW!
Born in Florida and raised in Newark, New Jersey, Gloria's first job was as an assistant to the legal secretary in the New York office of the NAACP. She also became a model around this time. This exposure led to her being cast in her first movie, For Love Of Ivy (1968). In the 1970s, she became a popular star of actioner films such as Black Ceasar (1973) and Black Belt Jones (1974). Gloria made history as the very first romantically involved African-American James Bond girl. The movie was Live and Let Die (1973).
She has completed her first CD and also produced The Paul Robeson Story.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actress Angela Gots to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her journey in the industry and what it's been like to do what she loves. The two will also discuss one of her new projects called SNAPSHOT.
Ladies & Gentlemen we are in for a fun and informative time as we listen and learn from CEO Carolyn Hall who heads up the Strategy & Public Relations agency, CL3. Not only is Ms. Hall CEO but she is also host of her own radio show entitled Life After Death which will soon be a part of the In Life Now Radio platfrom beginning June 2015.
Carolyn comes to us on this episode sharing her heart and her story with the hopes of imparting into the lives of all those whom she is called to serve so they can become healed and move forward in their lives!
Life after Divorce Radio with Carolyn Hall was created to heal, educate, empower, encourage, inspire and support listeners. Topics are real life and our experts provide experience, knowledge, insight and practical suggestions as to how our listeners can apply what they hear and learn.
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Maggie Wheeler is an internationally well-known actress and entertainer. She is most notably known as the character of Janice on NBC’s hit series Friends. She has been seen on numerous television shows including Seinfeld, Everybody Loves Raymond, ER and many more. She appeared in the Disney’s remake of The Parent Trap and has voiced many animated characters including Odile the evil bird princess in Barbie Swan Lake. Maggie also won the best actress award at the Cinetex Comedy Film Festival for her role in the independent film “New Years Day.”
Maggie is also a singer, songwriter, choir director and dynamic workshop facilitator and also runs workshops for Theatre companies in Los Angeles, missionaries at the University of San Diego, women’s groups, community gatherings, and together with Emile Dyer, has traveled a Civil Rights music program for children. Visit www.maggiewheeler.net and http://goldenbridgechoir.com
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Are you living on purpose with your BRAND? Some may ask what a brand is and others may wonder what it looks like to be brand resilient. Well, this week on Purpose Living Radio, I'll sit down with Tamika Sims in a candid discuss on your brand and how to ensure you are in a state of resilience.
Author | Advocate |Speaker | Survivor |Entrepreneur| Writing Coach
What doesn’t kill you definitely makes you stronger. Dynamic entrepreneur and influencer, Tamika Sims is living proof of this.
Originally from South Carolina, Tamika survived a physically, sexually and emotionally abusive relationship of eight years. She did not let this stop her; it was her passion to see others rescued from the pain of abuse that led her to share her own story. In 2011, Sims released her debut novel “The Plus Factor.” Her efforts were rewarded not only by the lives she touched, but also in 2012 when she won the “BWABC Literacy Rocks! Author Award.” Tamika is a 2015 Southern Entertainment Awards Journalist of the Year Nominee. She was featured as a 2015 Powerful Woman during the SC Girl Scouts Troop Mountains to Midlands Powerful Woman Summit.
While Tamika Sims juggles the life of motherhood, career, advocate, author and coach she understands the magnitude of following your purpose and passion regardless of the past.
Tamika has served as an expert in the areas of domestic violence and sexual assault for numerous NBC, FOX, CBS affiliates and numerous radio stations. She was featured as a "Person to Count On" by WIS News 10 (NBC).
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes talk show host and author Earl Hall to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his return to radio and what led him to pen his first book SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE.
Wholeness And Recovery, With Host Tamika-Todd-Horace.
Rising star Leslie Lewis drops by to talk about her key role in With Child, an indie gem of a film nominated for Best World Showcase at the 2015 SoHo International Film Festival. She will also discuss her other acting experience and projects. Her film credits include: Dead Broke, Starving Hysterical Naked, Almost in Love, The Better Man, Chaos Theory, Area Q, and Locked in a Garage Band. However, Leslie is probably best known for creating and starring in Miracle in Rwanda, a one-woman live show based on the life of Immaculée Ilibagiza, who survived the Rwandan genocide in 1994. Over 10,000 theatergoers in six continents have seen the show. This talented actress also played Dorothy Dandridge in another one-woman show titled Yesterday Came Too Soon at the National Black Theatre in Harlem.
Leslie’s role in With Child is her first appearance as a lead in a feature film. This unique movie tells the touching story of a widowed construction worker trying to rebuild his life as a single dad while struggling with the romantic advances of his eccentric new employer (played by Leslie). "When I read the script, I thought it would be a good fit for my first film as lead producer," Leslie explains. "I love the message of the film: What we choose now affects our past.”
On this episode of Talking in Circles we discuss this weekend's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.Memorial Day is the greatest weekend in racing, Monaco Grand Prix, Indy 500, Coke 600 on the same day. We'll give our thoughts on the Coca-Cola 600 and what we think we're gonna see.
Also NASCAR voted 5 people into the Hall of Fame this past week. Jerry Cook, Curtis Turner, Terry Labonte, Bruton Smith and Bobby Isaac- who missed that should have made it? and we give our opinions on why these people made it. Rick Hendrick, Ray Evernham- Both guys should be over Bruton Smith. Why did Bruton Smith get in?
My 5: Bobby Isaac, Ray Evernham, Robert Yates, Curtis Turner, Mark Martin
Jeff Gordon joins Fox broadcast booth in 2016. How do you think Jeff will do in the booth and it looks like Larry McReynolds will move to the Hollywood hotel. Jeff said he was joining Mike Joy and Darrell Waltrip. Rumors DW might be out too but right now that's not the case. Happy with Jeff?
Rumors about a second team for Furniture Row Racing in 2016. Who could go there and is that the right fit for that team right now.
Jimmie Johnson and Kasey Kahne's truck team get handed out penalities from Charlotte. Johnson gets a 'written warning' and Kahne's team gets fined 10 points and $6k fine for Joe Shear Jr. Is that right and what should the penalities have been?
Also we'll take your phone calls as we get ready for an awesome weekend of racing this weekend.