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When you mix inspired passion, innate chops, and a childhood dream all together, it can make for one very powerful potion, and fledgling upstart and singer/songwriter Alisa Boniello poured it all into her debut four-song EP entitled, LOVESTRUCK. Within weeks after graduating with a BA degree from Hunter College (May 2011), the native New Yorker teamed up with Grammy Award winning songwriter/producer Barry Eastmond (Whitney Houston, Britney Spears, Anita Baker, to name a few) and collaborated on co-writing four songs, “Lovestruck,” a haunting, retro-soul/pop ditty, “(When Will) Love Feel Real,” an upbeat saga about wanting to feel real love, and the whimsical and stirring ballad, “Why,” that reveals the pain of a broken-heart. Eastmond produced all three songs. Over the past two years, she began exploring her love for contemporary pop/soul music writing original songs, fusing her high soprano vocal prowess with her skills as a pianist. She also started cutting her teeth as a live performer, appearing at open mic club nights around the city, such as the Waltz Astoria in Queens, as well as the Sidewalk Cafe, Desmond's Tavern, and 169 Bar in Manhattan. She stops by to chat on Wednesday, April 24, at 7pm EST.
Author and SexyBack Summit presenter Alisa Vitti stops by the show to discuss her proven system to naturally eliminate problems with your period, improve your fertility, and get your body, mood, and sex drive back.
Topics will include:
* The 5 keys to unlocking the Woman Code.
* How to cross-train your menstrual cycle to fit your work, play, and sex life.
* How to reconnect with your feminine energy in a masculine world.
Visit Alisa's website at www.floliving.com
Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
In this episode Traci will be discussing the 3 things that stop women from boldly pursuing their dreams.
Traci D. Ellis is a practicing small business law attorney, entrepreneur and speaker with a passion for working with entrepreneurs. Traci is not your typical business lawyer. Known for telling it like it is, she likes to “keep it real” with new business owners while sharing practical wisdom and refreshing insights on legal and business issues related to starting, running and growing small businesses. Whether you are thinking about starting a business or have already stepped into the exciting world of entrepreneurship, Traci brings her twenty-plus years of practicing law and “baptism by fire” entrepreneurship experience to teach, humor, and challenge you, but most importantly to help you be a better business owner.
Traci earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the School of Business & Industry at Florida A & M University and a Juris Doctorate degree at The Ohio State University, College of Law. She is licensed to practice law in Georgia and Illinois.
In addition to her business pursuits, Attorney Ellis is also very active in her community. She was elected to a 4 year term as a member of the School District U-46 Board in 2011 and also is a member of the board of directors for the Elgin Area Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Neighborhood Association and Administer Justice.
Traci is married to Rick Ellis and they are the proud parents of two sons, 22 and 19 years old.
Since 2001, Elizabeth Ellis has worked with coaches, transformational leaders, and entrepreneurs all over the world to create successful businesses. She explain, in fact, that the process of creating a successful business - in and of itself - IS transformational.
Elizabeth joins Dr. Craig on Logical Soul Talk to explain how anyone can uncover his or her unique passions, strengths, and values as the foundation for a successful venture.
43 Years After the Manson Murders: What happened to “And Justice for All”?
By Alisa Statman, author of the book, Restless Souls: The Sharon Tate Family’s Account of Stardom, the Manson Murders, and a Crusade for Justice
As the 43 anniversary of the Manson murders passed with summer, the horrific details of this tragedy are relayed with increasing banality. In the press and at their parole hearings, the Manson family killers, Bruce Davis, Charles “Tex” Watson, Leslie Van Houten, Susan Atkins, and Patricia Krenwinkel’s legal rights and accomplishments now overshadow the violence of their crimes and all that was lost for their victims: Gary Hinman, Donald Shea, Rosemary and Leno LaBianca, Steven Parent, Woytek Frykowski, Abigail Folger, Jay Sebring, and Sharon Tate, who were shot, stabbed, and bludgeoned to death by the Manson family in the summer of 1969.
As Jay Sebring’s sister noted at Susan Atkins’ (who died in 2009) parole hearing, “She’s got all these things she’s done, all these committees, all these organizations, all these degrees, but the bottom line is, she’s just as much a murderer today as she was thirty-six years ago because my brother is just as dead as he was thirty-six years ago.”
Prior to 1982, when Sharon Tate’s mother, Doris, began her campaign for victims’ equal rights, none existed for victims or the survivors of murder victims. As the campaign the Victims’ Bill of Rights, ramped up, Doris reached out to victims’ family members across California. The universal complaint was that they felt neglected or even abused by the judicial system in one instance a judge told the mother of a victim, Ma’am, your daughter lost all her rights the day she was murdered
Dogs on Deployment was founded by husband and wife, Shawn and Alisa Johnson, who serve in the US Navy and US Marine Corps respectively. They started Dogs on Deployment in June 2011. As a dual-military family, the founders have been in situations where they needed a program like Dogs on Deployment. Alisa had orders to move to Quantico, Virginia where she was to attend six months of military training. At the same time, Shawn, was to be deployed. Neither could care for their beloved dog, JD. They
Mike Neumann interviews 3 x NGA HOA champ Alex Ellis and hot new pro Melissa Johnson. Also, Umo Callins calls in and Mike introduces a new co host.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author and mentor Kristina Ellis to Conversations LIVE's "Breakfast with Books" to discuss her new book CONFESSIONS OF A SCHOLARSHIP WINNER.
Check your watch, no doubt its time! Its the Tuesday Spot on the D-Hour Show and on this show we will be talking with sensational star actor Michael Beach and beautiful awesome actress Nadine Ellis from the hit BET comedy "Let's Stay Together." And as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming (R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, and Neo-Soul) artists! We got the D-Poetry, Real Men Talking, and many other incredible segments! We will be also giving you the latest sports updates, music news, celebrity gossip, and much more. We will be giving you all of this at the top of D-Hour!!! So stay tuned and keep your ears locked!!
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Host Sean Bakke will welcome special co-host Ty Ray of CLNS Radio's King of the Court and Celtics Postgame Show as Tracy Ellis of KOMO News Radio 1000 in Seattle (@TracySteven) will join the show to talk about the latest developments in the saga of the Sacramento Kings and their reported move to The Emerald City.
Ty will provide his thoughts as a Seattle native and the reports today that NBA basketball may not return as soon as first thought.
Sean will then breakdown the New England Patriots picks from this past weekend's NFL Draft and the controversy created when the Pats traded their first round pick to the Minnesota Vikings.
CLNS Insider Chris Hogan will provide his "Hogan Reports" segment with his grades for the Patriots 2013 Draft as well as his preview of the Boston Bruins first round playoff matchup against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Sean will then discuss the Boston Red Sox first month as they will finish April atop the AL East.
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