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Today on Disabled Veteran Radio we continue the fight to get Thousand Of Disabled Veterans Fully Compensated by The Veterans Administration for misdiagnosing Disabled Veterans with a Personality Disorder on the date of discharge. Which made the thousands of Disabled Veterans like myself miss out on VA Benefits for years. When the correct Diagnoses should have been PTSD. This is what my VA Psychatrist states and the Government Office Of Accontability States in 2008 report. And as a special guest today Jeffrey Burchard of Burchard Galleries to talk about what items are HOT in the auction world and about his up and coming auction in April.
Ruby Lane is celebrating its 15 year anniversary and interviewing some long time shop owners from the site. Debra Helton of Ogee's Antiques talks about how she started in the antiques and collectibles business, how to be successful selling online, and explains how they ended up with such an extensive inventory of vintage advertising items. http://www.rubylane.com
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(SHOW NOTE: While Eleyne-Mari is on summer break, enjoy this encore presentation of her 2014 interview with fashion designer Valentina PLUS August 2015 events listings. Pre-recorded syndicated show. Sorry, no chatroom.)
Today’s guest: Valentina
Discussion topics: using colors in fashion, interiors, food and astrology
A native of Bari, Italy, Valentina is a fashion designer, interior designer and author of three books, including Red: A Voyage Into Colors. Valentina’s projects have been featured Vogue magazine in Italy, California Home & Design and Antiques & Designs. www.valentinadesigns.com
About the host: Eleyne-Mari is a Color Luminary, certified color therapist and the director of Aura House School of Color and Light. She is the founder of Color Healing Radio, Color Therapy Month and the “Rainbow Writing” method. www.colortherapyschool.com
You'll want to tune in this Thursday, July 30th at 6pm EST. Author Tina DeSalvo joins me to chat about her books, life, and her Friend's Fight Together initiative. She enjoys writing stories where she can use her imagination, humor, empathy, and personal experiences to create characters and situations that she hopes will entertain readers. Her latest novel, Jewell: A Second Chance Novel, is Volume 2 in the series.
Once invited into New Orleans' historic mansions to evaluate prized antiques, Dr. Jewell Duet held a coveted professorship at a top university. With her deep knowledge of Louisiana history and antiquities, she was the go-to person for anyone requiring professional appraisals. But, one hasty decision cost her both her reputation and possibly her freedom. Now, as she waits to discover if her future includes prison, Jewell knows that taking the job at Sugar Mill is necessary if she is to support her beloved grandmother who has advanced dementia.
Charming, sexy lawyer Beau Bienvenu's attraction to the intriguing historian vies with his distrust of her motives. Beau has one simple goal when it comes to the family that rescued him and made him part of their clan...protect them at all costs. He doesn't trust Jewell, nor her reason for taking the lowly job at Sugar Mill Plantation. What is she really up to? Is it possible Jewell and her quirky grandmother are there to try to profit from a Bienvenu family mystery? If so, both women are out of luck.
Jewell and Beau are at odds about almost everything. The only things they agree on are that family is everything...and that their mutual attraction is inconvenient.
Hope, Love and Second Chances Continue in the heart of Cajun Country.
According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, illegal trade in African elephant ivory is a major threat to elephant populations in Africa, particularly in the hardest hit poaching regions of West and Central Africa, where the ivory in this investigation originated. African elephants are protected under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (“CITES”), an international treaty that entered into force in 1975 to prevent species from becoming endangered or extinct due to international trade. The African elephant is also listed as a threatened species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
The global demand for elephant ivory led to devastating declines in the number of these giant animals, particularly in the 1970s and 1980s. Despite international efforts to control the ivory trade and stop the decline of elephant populations, prices and demand remain high, causing continued elephant poaching and illegal ivory finding its way into international and domestic markets.
Recently, the government seized one ton of elephant ivory from a Philadelphia antiques owner named Victor Gorden who will be serving a 30 month sentence for ivory smuggling. As a message to the illegal trade community, the ivory will be crushed in New York City's Times Square on June 19, 2015. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, Gavin Shire, Chief of Public Affairs, from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will talk to host, June Stoyer about this historic event.
Join Historian and African American Artifacts Collector, Philip Merrill on The Gist of Freedom as he lectures on Rev. Peter Fossett and other historical related topics.
Entrepreneur and Underground Railroad Conductor ~Rev. Peter Fossett (1815 -1901)
At the age of 11, Fossett's life took a turn for the worst in 1826. On July 4, 1826, Jefferson died. While Jefferson freed Fossett's father in his will, the remainder of the Fossett family still remained in bondage, being sold at auction in January 1827.
Peter Fossett was enslaved by John R. Jones. Fossett's father attempted to purchase Peter's freedom, but Jones refused to sell his son Peter so him. In 1843, after purchasing several family members' freedom, Joseph Fossett moved to Cincinnati, Ohio, leaving Peter behind in Virginia still in bondage. Joseph Fossett made several trips back to Virginia to see his enslaved family members. Twice, Peter Fossett tried to run away to join his family in Ohio. Both times his owner recaptured him.
In 1994, Philip Merrill founded the organization Nanny Jack & Company, an archives and consulting agency specializing in creating projects that illuminate the African American experience through memorabilia, oral history and research. The company would eventually house over 30,000 artifacts, including photographs, rare books, folk art, documents, music, dolls, furniture, and quilts. Nanny Jack & Company would go on to collaborate with various educational organizations and television channels, including The Smithsonian Institution’s Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and Culture, the Discovery Channel, the Maryland Historical Society, Maryland Public Television, and the History Channel. In 1996, Merrill became an appraiser with the Public Broadcasting Service’s (PBS) television show Antiques Roadshow.
Elizabeth Gardiepy has published 'The Pagan Clergy Book Of Rituals And Ceremonies', 'Divine Influences', 'A Book Of Lights And Shadows For The Seasoned Witch', and most recently, 'Crystal Skull Magick'.
Elizabeth has been spiritually awakened her entire life, and embraced the knowledge that was shared with her through Spirit. She has studied under Daya Devi-Doolin, Louis Gates, Alida Birch, and several other knowledgeable teachers throughout her continual spiritual journey. These studies include Witchcraft, Metaphysics, Santeria, Wicca, Shamanism, Reiki, Mediumship, and Kabbalah.
Elizabeth has headed covens in Florida, Oregon, and Wyoming, and is an active Elder in the Pagan community throughout the US. Elizabeth has traveled the states offering healings and workshops, as well as visiting sacred power spots.
Elizabeth is an energy and crystal healer, Crystal Skull Tribe keeper, witchcraft teacher, spiritual artist, international author, community Elder, Pagan High Priestess, medium, and a legally Ordained Minister.
In her spare time, Elizabeth enjoys traveling, photography, playing upright bass, shopping for antiques, and spending time with her family and friends. Elizabeth is married to her soulmate, and together, they have a feline family of four amazing cats.
Wednesday June 3rd, 2015 at 6:30pm EST, RAY GRICAR DISAPPEARANCE on Where Are They with Linda Crystal.
In 2005 Ray Gricar's red mini cooper was found at an Antiques Mall, his cell phone on the seat. The doors of the Mini Cooper were locked. His laptop was found in the Susquehanna River, the hard drive on the bank. Ray's keys and wallet were missing and so was Ray.
Ray Gricar was the DA that refused to bring charges against Jerry Sandusky the Penn State Coach that is now a convicted child molester serving time
Additional profiles for Deborah Deann Poe, missing from Orlando, Florida 1990.
The Murder of Susan Negersmith, Wildwood 1990.
Tune in to see what Forensic Astrology and Linda Crystal has to say about that day.
Co-Host Terrye Lynn Newcomb
Singer/Songwriter and artist extraordinaire Link, who has written hits for the liikes of Sex Down, LSG, Silk, Next, Bobby V, Kci&JoJo, Tamar, KeKe Wyatt, Lil Tony, Gerald Levert and Thalia is returning to Fancalls to talk about his new mixtape Audible Antiques, which is available for download right now on soundcloud here . There are 12 tracks; 7 Years, No Love, I Don't Wanna See Remix featuring Keke Wyatt, You are on The Menu, I Can't Believe, Come Home To Me featuring Lil Mo, I'll Be There, My Lady, Just The Way You Are, Last Night, Dedication and Cherry Pain featuring Paris. Each song is hit after hit! R and B is back baby and its name is LINK!!!
Nicholas Snow welcomes Rev Clinton Crawhaw, Senior Pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church of the Coachella Valley, to discuss what Jesus did and did not say about homosexuality, dispelling a lot of the lies and mythology perpetuated by so-called "Christians."
Rev Crawshaw was born in Woking, in the county of Surrey just to the southwest of London (UK) in 1970 He moved with his parents to Devonshire at age eleven, then ran back to London ASAP at age 21. He went forward for ordination in The Church of England at age 30, and after studying at St Steven's House, Oxford, was ordained in 2002. He served as curate at St Alphage's church, Burnt Oak for 18 months, during which time he began to question the Anglican position on human sexuality and pastoral care. After much soul searching and a period of extended illness he transferred credentials to MCC in 2006, and has worked as chaplain at Carl Bean House, an HIV hospice in South Central Los Angeles, and interim Pastor of The MCC Church in New Orleans, which he saw grow (with the support and hard work of his partner Leon) from a post Katrina low of 11 members to a thriving congregation of 95 members. In May 2011 he was called to serve the congregation of MCC of The Coachella Valley as intentional interim Specialist, accompanying the church through a period of intense growth and revival. In March 2013 he was invited to remain at MCCCV as permanent Senior Pastor. Rev Crawshaw's interests are, theology, art, antiques, the great outdoors and his three dogs, Mardi (Puggle), Precious (Australian shepherd) and Zack (Keeshond).