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The Myth of the Yellow Kitchen
Rhoada believed in the myth of the yellow kitchen for a very long time. Yellow is the color of happiness, cheerfulness, the color of life and sunshine and she optimistically painted her first kitchen a bright, canary yellow.
But yellow can fade so quickly. Although Rhoada and her husband were doing all the things they had dreamed of; having children, building careers, developing wonderful friendships, and watching their children grow, it wasn’t enough. The divorce, such a tragedy at the time, changed her life and a new strength emerged. She found the force to get a doctorate when she had no money and three young children, the passion to forge a creative career in higher education, and the power to enjoy the magic and mystery of life. This book will inspire beyond the walls of the kitchen to explore what is possible. Listen in as she tells you about her book and her motivations.
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Rhoada Wald, Ed.D, was a faculty member and administrator at Empire State College, SUNY. Her professional commitments included academic writing and long term consultancies in India, Cyprus, and Israel.
Are you struggling to make sense of yourself? We will be holding a live interview with Dr. Ava F. Rideaux to discuss her newly released book, "The Five Temperaments: Understanding how Genetic Makeup Determines Your Reaction to People, Places and Things". Dr. Ava and her husband Benjamin are the Senior Pastors of Anointed To Serve Multi-Ministries International, Inc. in Houston, Texas: www.anointedtoserve.us. Such topics to be discussed during the interview: Defining Temperant, Contrasting Christian Psychology with secular Psychology, Three key areas of the inner man and Removing the mask to allow God's healing. You don't want to miss this dynamic interview and learn to become honest with yourself!
Jose Reyes of Jazz Con Class Radio will be interviewing author and historian Cary Ginell. They will be concentrating on all the jazz related projects Cary has been involved with and is currently working on. Cary has also written an array of jazz related books on legendary musicians and on essential jazz dicographies. Listen in and or call in, enjoy!
Cary Ginell is a veteran radio broadcaster, folklorist, and author of seven books on American music. Cary has annotated dozens of albums for labels such as Naxos, Living Era, Texas Rose, Rambler, Bear Family, Rhino, Revenant, and Origin Jazz Library. He has been honored five times by the ARSC (Association for Recorded Sound Collections) with awards for "Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research" for his books, "Milton Brown & the Founding of Western Swing" (University of Illinois Press, 1994), "Discography of Western Swing & Hot String Bands" (Greenwood Press, 2001), "Good Vibes" (Scarecrow Press, 2003) (an autobiography of jazz musician Terry Gibbs), "Old Shep: The Recordings of Red Foley" (Bear Family Records), and "Hot Jazz for Sale: Hollywood's Jazz Man Record Shop" (Lulu.com) The Gibbs biography also won the prestigious ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award for music journalism in December 2004....Learn More
Join author Ken MacLean as he discusses current events on the planet from a spiritual perspective. As the consciousness of humanity rises, the old power structure, and their institutions, are gradually crumbling, leading to the eventual establishment of a new civilization on earth.
The title of this show is "Sayonara." Thisis the final episode of the Interview With Spirit show, unless a groundswell of demand occurs. It's been a great 7-year run and I want to thank everyone who has listened and followed the show over the years.
Picture Sarah Jessica Parker with serious writing chops (not the "proclaimed" writing ability from "Sex in the City"), and you have a pretty good picture of Mary Rowen. She's self-depricating, kind, and full of stories and insight. She's also the author of Leaving the Beach, and her soon to be re-released Living by Ear. Listen in to learn more about Mary's latest WIP, her experience meeting John Irving, and more!
D.S. Rippy has a background in health, science, and technology, and is an advocate of lifelong learning and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). This is his first book of fiction. He lives with his family near Boston, Massachusetts.
In his just released book, Pirates in the Robosphere, Ryan Ferris has no idea what lies ahead when he wins an invitation to a summer robotics camp. He and his new friends work on their animal bots, meet some amazing people, and create their share of mischief and music along the way. Little do they know their adventure is just beginning. As classmates, this group of six boys and girls go on to share experiences they could never have imagined. But the most incredible experience of all proves to be the most dangerous. When the friends learn that one of their greatest teachers is in life-threatening peril half a world away, they must rise to meet a challenge that will test them as never before. Even with the help of their bots and some super smart colleagues from nearby Weatherall University and an air base in Nevada, they feel totally unprepared. Can the friends and their bots rise to the occasion when it matters most?
LIsten is as Dan discusses his book, robotics for kids, and much more.
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