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Michele Wehrwein Albion, Historical Author
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Tonight's Featured Guest: Michele Wehrwein Albion
In 1992, Albion was hired as Curator at the Edison & Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers, Florida. She became fascinated with how very active Thomas and Mina Edison were in their Florida community. She wrote The Florida Life of Thomas Edison, which was published in 2008. Her second, The Quotable Edison, was released in February 2011, and was a top 10 seller in its category even before it began shipping.
Her third book, The Quotable Henry Ford was released in February of 2013, in time for the celebration of the sesquicentennial of Henry Ford’s birth on July 30. Albion’s most recent book, The Quotable Eleanor Roosevelt began selling in September 2013.
This month on The Calling Hours Horror Podcast, we are featuring the films that comprise the After Dark Horrorfest 8 Films To Die, and on this episode we are covering Russell Friedenberg's Wind Walkers. On to discuss the film, we will have Producer Dori Sperko (X/Y , Sex Ed  and the upcoming Albion: Rise of the Danann ) and Actress Castille Landon (Ass Backwards , Among Ravens , and the Sex Ed ).
In our Digital Dismemberment Reviews, we will be covering Scream Factory's Blu-Ray Release of Wyrmwood: Road of the Dead and Universal Pictures Blu-Ray Release of Army of Darkness (Screwhead Edition).
In our Metal Massacre Spotlight, we will be featuring Metal Blade Records artist The Black Dahlia Murder and songs from their new CD Abysmal.
Jack and Robert take a break from the once-a-week schedule to bring you a quick preview of Aston Villa's match against West Bromwich Albion tomorrow. We'll talk lineups, tactics, and anything else pertinent to the match. And you're welcome/we're sorry: it's not a full show today. Just wanted to give you all something to listen to before the match. Up the Villa!
This is our post match show of Fulham vs. Brighton & Hove Albion
Mark Albion conflicted achiever who climbed the ladder of success wrong by wrong. A serial social entrepreneur and recipient of a 2010 National Entrepreneur of the Year award, he spent his middlessence speaking about at over 600 universities to build Net Impact, a global progressive leadership organization, and writing a 4000-word newsletter that served millions of subscribers in 87 countries. Today, Mark chairs an ed tech company that provides an e-learning platform to help users make the transitions to meaningful work
Wendy Axelrod management development expert, executive coach, and author. The name of her book is “Make talent your business: how exceptional managers develop their people while getting results.” Companies and professional associations have been calling on her to speak, develop and coach managers so the managers, in turn, can be exceptional at developing their people every day
Sharif Abdullah author and advocate for inclusivity and societal transformation. Shariff’s vision and mission are simple: we can create a world that works for all beings. Shariff promotes heart-centered inclusivity and a society based on visionary, localized and alternative economics and politics
David Lifschultz CEO, of Genoil, Inc. He has long business experience being part of a Lifschultz Family Group dating back to 1899 or 115 years ago. He has run trucking companies, air freight companies, ocean forwarding companies, brokerage companies for import and export document clearing, and technology companies
In the third episode of The Coaching Corner With Matt Smith, I asked Matt his thoughts on the home opener for Fulham against Brighton & Hove Albion. He also broke down all of the positions in this match for Fulham.
Later on we discussed potential coaching issues for Fulham currently. We finished it up by discussing the questions for us to discuss via the Cottage Talk Facebook Page.
Take a listen to the show that looks at Fulham from a coaching perspective.
This is our post match show of Fulham vs. Brighton And Hove Albion
Sir Chris Manning returns as host this week, and he is joined by Dan, Tom and Elliot as they discuss what has been a rather depressing week in the world of Bolton Wanderers.
First port of call was to briefly discuss the Whites slumping out of the Captial One Cup to Burton Albion, although there was much sadder stuff to come. Next up in segment one, the dissection of our embarrassing defeat to Middlesbroughwas talked about in great detail.
In segment two it was the thing you've all been waiting for. Tim Ream is leaving for Fulham, and a certain member of the podcast isn't taking it well. He expressed his deep sadness in a rather beautiful, unexpected way. The rest of the lads spoke a lot of sense with their feelings of the move. Then the players coming in on the Ream money were discussed, as the group detailed their excitement at the potential of Francesco Pisano and Arsenal's Wellington Silva. The past of new trialist, Courtney Meppem-Walter, was debated over and the segment concluded with a discussion on the progress of youngster Jamie Thomas.
Segment three was a brief affair, as the group basically shouted profanaties at Dougie Freedman whilst pretending to preview Saturday's clash with Nottingham Forest.
Last but not least, Guess Who? was played and the Question of the Week was answer by you and them, with some great answers all over.
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