• 00:45

    Susan Bailey | Louisa May Alcott Enthusiast

    in Writing

    Join us as we further discuss the interesting life of authir Louisa May Alcott with tonight's guest, Susan Baily who blog's and writes about LMA at http://louisamayalcottismypassion.com/

  • 02:01

    New Year's Eve BLOCK PARTY Readings: Yvette Scott, Medium, Psychic- Dark Side

    in Spirituality

    TONIGHT, the amazing Yvette Howell does mini readings for the lucky few who get through. 


    Book and pay for a private reading with Yvette during the show & get bumped to the head of the cue. 


    OR Donate to: http://www.smallworldfund.com


    From Yvette's site: http://www.yvettehowell.com


    "My first spiritual experience involved a bright light, a voice, and the feeling of the most incredible enveloping love. It also involved the 2nd grade bathroom of my Oklahoma Grade School. From that moment on, during the next 10 years I spent in a religious cult, I measured everything I knew against the strength of that experience.  I still do. I love the question why. I love the answers I have received. I find people unique, interesting, and beautiful. I have studied Astrology since I was 11, Linda Goodman is my astrological hero.  Tarot drew my interest in 1995 as well as Reiki. I became an Registered Nurse in 1998.  I was widowed at 29.  I had my first and only child at 39. I found out I was pregnant 2 hours before I had her. I love to read and music makes me dance.  The most influential people in my life are my Grandma, my Mother, my Daughter and Louisa May Alcott. I have worked at making false teeth, nursing, and as a professional person locator."


     


    Show brought to you by http://www.purpleplates.com


     

  • 01:00

    Guest:Julio Macat/Cinematographer/Horrible Bosses II/Blended

    in Movies

    JULIO MACAT’s (Director of Photography, ASC) first film was the huge box-office hit Home Alone.  He then went on to photograph Home Alone II, Ace Ventura: Pet Detective, The Nutty Professor, The Wedding Planner, Cats & Dogs, Bringing Down the House and Wedding Crashers, all of which opened at the Number at the 1 box office position in the U.S. The total domestic box office receipts of the films he has photographed is $1.6 billion.Macat began his career at age19, working with such distinguished veterans as Mario Tosi, ASC, and Academy Award®-winning cinematographers John Alcott, BSC and Chris Menges, BSC. Macat’s early work included numerous music videos and concerts for performers such as Peter Gabriel, Melissa Etheridge, Phil Collins, Hall & Oats, Van Halen and Alanis Morrisette.As a visual consultant for Disney Studios he collaborated on the animated features Wreck it Ralph and Winnie the Pooh. He has photographed commercials in Europe, South America, Mexico, South Africa and extensively in the U.S. You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com or Follow us on Twitter @123Film

  • 01:04

    Pastlife Reader Candy O'Donnell & Present Reader Yvette Scott

    in Paranormal

    Call In Number: (347)855-8164


    Yvette Scott:


    My first spiritual experience involved a bright light, a voice, and the feeling of the most incredible enveloping love. It also involved the 2nd grade bathroom of my Oklahoma Grade School. From that moment on, during the next 10 years I spent in a religious cult, I measured everything I knew against the strength of that experience. I still do. I love the question why. I love the answers I have received. I find people unique, interesting, and beautiful. I have studied Astrology since I was 11, Linda Goodman is my astrological hero. Tarot drew my interest in 1995 as well as Reiki. I became an Registered Nurse in 1998. I was widowed at 29. I had my first and only child at 39. I found out I was pregnant 2 hours before I had her. I love to read and music makes me dance. The most influential people in my life are my Grandma, my Mother, my Daughter and Louisa May Alcott. I have worked at making false teeth, nursing, and as a professional person locater.


    My style of reading I would characterize as reflective. I read a snapshot of who that person is in that very moment, recognize their beauty and reflect that back so they can see themselves as they truly are. My goal is to empower, my hope is to reflect, and my fear is to become too attached to the outcome. I want to help people, I want to be a good Mother, Daughter, Friend. I want everyone to know and feel that enveloping love I felt there in that bathroom when I was 7 years old.


    Because as the Beatles said, "Love is all you need"


    http://psychicparanormal.blogspot.com/

  • 00:32

    Financial Projections

    in Fitness

    Join me as I talk with Kate Alcott, Business Advisor at the Small Business Development Center in Utica, NY.  She will help us to understand the use of financial projections for small businesses.

  • 02:59

    Curious Times - Yvette Scott, Tarot and More

    in Spirituality

    Join us for 2 hours at 10 PM Eastern. Call in #760-695-5647
    Yvette’s first spiritual experience involved a bright light, a voice, the feeling of the most incredible enveloping love, and the bathroom of her Oklahoma Grade School. From that moment on, during the next 10 years she spent in a religious cult, Yvette measured everything she knew against the strength of that experience.  She still does. 
    Yvette loves the question “why?” She loves the answers she receives. She has studied Astrology since she was 11, and Linda Goodman is her astrological hero. Tarot drew her interest in 1995 as well as Reiki. She became a Registered Nurse in 1998 and Widowed at the age of 29.  Yvette had only child when she was 39. She found out she was pregnant 2 hours before giving birth. Yvette loves to read, and music makes her dance.  The most influential people in Yvette’s life are her Grandma, Mother, Daughter and Louisa May Alcott. 
    Yvette’s style of reading is reflective.  She reads a snapshot of the person in that very moment and recognizes their beauty and reflects it back so they can see themselves as they truly are.  Yvette’s goal is to empower, her hope is to reflect, and her fear is to become too attached to the outcome. 
    http://yvettescott.wix.com/lightlovepeace#
    https://twitter.com/skinnyspiritual
    https://www.facebook.com/yvette.scott.10
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/skinnyspirituality
    yvettescott@embarqmail.com

  • 03:00

    Curious Times - Erinsights and Yvette Scott

    in Spirituality

    Join us for 2 hours at 10 PM Eastern.
    Two of our regular listeners who also happen to be talented readers are joining us tonight.
    Erin is a Psychic and has been working with her abilities for several years. She has been a guest on various blogtalk radio shows and does events locally utilizing her talents.
    Yvette loves the question “why?” She loves the answers she receives. She has studied Astrology since she was 11, and Linda Goodman is her astrological hero. Tarot drew her interest in 1995 as well as Reiki. She became a Registered Nurse in 1998 and Widowed at the age of 29.  Yvette had only child when she was 39. She found out she was pregnant 2 hours before giving birth. Yvette loves to read, and music makes her dance.  The most influential people in Yvette’s life are her Grandma, Mother, Daughter and Louisa May Alcott. Yvette’s work history includes, making false teeth, nursing, and a professional person locater.  
    Yvette’s style of reading is reflective.  She reads a snapshot of the person in that very moment and recognizes their beauty and reflects it back so they can see themselves as they truly are.  Yvette’s goal is to empower, her hope is to reflect, and her fear is to become too attached to the outcome. Yvette wants everyone to know and feel the enveloping love she felt in that bathroom when she was 7 years old... Because as the Beatles said, "Love is all you need"
    https://www.facebook.com/yvette.scott.10
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/skinnyspirituality
    yvettescott@satx.rr.com
     

  • 01:00

    Marmee & Louisa with Eve LaPlante

    in History

    Louisa May Alcott was one of the most successful and bestselling authors of her day, earning more than any of her male contemporaries. Her classic Little Women has been a mainstay of American literature since its release nearly 150 years ago, as Jo March and her calm, beloved “Marmee” have shaped and inspired generations of young women. Biographers have consistently attributed Louisa’s uncommon success to her father, Bronson Alcott, assuming that this outspoken idealist was the source of his daughter’s progressive thinking and remarkable independence.
    But in this riveting dual biography, award-winning biographer Eve LaPlante explodes these myths, drawing from a trove of surprising new documents to show that it was Louisa’s actual “Marmee,” Abigail May Alcott, who formed the intellectual and emotional center of her world. Abigail, whose difficult life both inspired and served as a warning to her devoted daughters, pushed Louisa to excel at writing and to chase her unconventional dreams in a male-dominated world.
    In this groundbreaking work, LaPlante paints an exquisitely moving and utterly convincing portrait of a woman decades ahead of her time, and the fiercely independent daughter whose life was deeply entwined with her mother’s dreams of freedom. This gorgeously written story of two extraordinary women is guaranteed to transform our view of one of America’s most beloved authors.
    Eve LaPlante is the author of Seized, American Jezebel, and Salem Witch Judge, the winner of the 2008 Massachusetts Book Award for Nonfiction. She is also the editor of a collection of Abigail May Alcott's private papers. She lives with her family in New England.
    For more details and upcoming schedule see: http://FieldstoneCommon.blogspot.com

  • 01:00

    Amy Alcott, THE LEADERBOARD author, LPGA golf legend: Mr. Media Audio Interview

    in Golf

    Golfer Amy Alcott gives Mr. Media a peek at her Leaderboard!


    Amy Alcott, author of THE LEADERBOARD: Conversations on Golf and Life, has won 32 professional tournaments worldwide, including the U.S. Women’s Open, and is a member of the World Golf and LPGA Halls of Fame. She has won the Kraft Nabisco Championship three times—an accomplishment she shares with only two other women—and five major championships.

    In this candid collection of conversations, Alcott uses the game of golf as an entryway into the personal lives and experiences of well-known entertainers, athletes, and political leaders—all of whom share the bond of a fierce love of the game.

    The Leaderboard offers an entertaining, poignant, and rare glimpse into the fascinating lives—both on and off the golf course—of 27 celebrity golf enthusiasts. Reflecting on her vast experience as a professional golfer and her remarkable network of celebrity golfing friends, Amy Alcott delivers a one-of-a-kind compendium of wisdom about the game. Some highlights: Bill Clinton reveals why Hillary encouraged him to start playing again in his late twenties; Jack Nicholson explains how he began to play golf in his forties and got good enough to shoot a sixty-five; Ben Crenshaw reminisces about his close relationship with Harvey Penick and about winning the 1995 Masters just days after serving as a pallbearer at Penick's funeral.

    Visit Amy Alcott’s website: amyalcott.com

    LPGA Golf Hall of Famer Amy Alcott

  • 02:59

    Curious Times - Yvette Scott, Tarot and More

    in Spirituality

    Join us for 2 hours at 10 PM Eastern. Call in #760-695-5647
    Yvette’s first spiritual experience involved a bright light, a voice, the feeling of the most incredible enveloping love, and the bathroom of her Oklahoma Grade School. From that moment on, during the next 10 years she spent in a religious cult, Yvette measured everything she knew against the strength of that experience.  She still does.
    Yvette loves the question “why?” She loves the answers she receives. She has studied Astrology since she was 11, and Linda Goodman is her astrological hero. Tarot drew her interest in 1995 as well as Reiki. She became a Registered Nurse in 1998 and Widowed at the age of 29.  Yvette had only child when she was 39. She found out she was pregnant 2 hours before giving birth. Yvette loves to read, and music makes her dance.  The most influential people in Yvette’s life are her Grandma, Mother, Daughter and Louisa May Alcott. Yvette’s work history includes, making false teeth, nursing, and a professional person locater.
    Yvette’s style of reading is reflective.  She reads a snapshot of the person in that very moment and recognizes their beauty and reflects it back so they can see themselves as they truly are.  Yvette’s goal is to empower, her hope is to reflect, and her fear is to become too attached to the outcome. Yvette wants everyone to know and feel the enveloping love she felt in that bathroom when she was 7 years old... Because as the Beatles said, "Love is all you need"  
    http://yvettescott.wix.com/lightlovepeace
    https://www.facebook.com/yvette.scott.10

  • 01:39

    A Big Show about Little Women w-Sarah McCoy, Carolyn Gage

    in Books

     
    It's a Big Show about Little Women! Join us as we celebrate all things Louisa May Alcott and Little Women as we have our April Literary New England Book Club meeting about this beloved classic. Joining us will be Sarah McCoy, a HUGE Alcott fan and author of the recently released The Baker's Daughter, as well as Maine playwright Carolyn Gage, whose award-winning one-act Louisa May Incest has drawn both raves and controversy. We'll also rebroadcast our December interview with The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott author Kelly O'Connor McKnees--even more appropriate now that summer is almost here--as well as get ready for the upcoming "Continuous Read" of Little Women at The Concord Free Public Library, plus the many other events planned in May and beyond for the 2012 centennial celebration of Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House in Concord, Mass.

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