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The New Years Eve Concert Hosts, Patti and Jerome Chinn of New Bedford MA, will share how important this Sheila Raye Charles Concert is going to be and how you can participate if you in the area and how you can participate if you live in the US or outside of the country. Sheila will be perforning at Christian Faith Center New Bedford, MA
www.breaknthechainz.com share about people who come to Break'n the Chainz are seeking a new way of life, Gods way of living. Break'n The Chainz is known as a place of safety and a sanctuary for people in trouble.
The healing the people experience is through the life giving power of Jesus Christ. The purpose of this ministry is to assist people in becoming free from lifes hurts, hangups and habits.
Our mission is to break the chains of life controlling issues treating them as spiritual problems and restoring people to freedom and wholeness.
Our ultimate goal is to return men, who have been bound and stricken by life controlling circumstances back to their families and communities to live independently and to maintain a healthy lifestyle. You can call 508.922.8351 to get more information
Tell everyone Get ready for an experience you have never seen before. If you are in the New Bedford area you will want to come to the Church to see Sheila live or see online by purchasing your tickets at www.breakingnewsjournal.net
Phil Bedford is a long time runner with the passion to share the enjoyment of running with others. Phil’s running experience spans more than 40 years including many competitive years as a national caliber, nationally ranked distance runner while at the University of Tennessee, post-collegiately and as a National Masters champion and world-ranked Masters runner. His competitive experiences include all distances including high altitude mountain marathons and snowshoeing. In his post-competitive years he has become a serious trail runner with many experiences running in remote areas at high altitude. Some of his personal best times from earlier competitive years include 8:14 for 3K, 13:49 for 5K, and 29:06 for 10K.
In addition to working for Flatirons Running, Inc. Phil owns and operates Rocky Mountain Running Adventures providing a variety of trail running excursions and tours for runners visiting Colorado.
The “featured” BlogTalkRadio program, “Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris”, opens the Wednesday, February 4th, broadcast day at 10:00 a.m. with Wednesday Co-hosts and respective editors Dan Murphy (http://www.RisingMediaGroup.com) and Hezi Aris (http://YonkersTribune.com) speaking about political concerns on the local, county, and state levels.
Former Yonkers DPW employee Ed Maier attends the show at 10:30am so we can reminisce about the days of yore.
At 11:00am John Farr, founder of the Friends of Bedford Playhouse (http://FriendsOfBedfordPlayhouse.org) shares his vision and those of like-minded supporters in Westchester who are working diligently to save the 1947 structure and turn it into a state-of-the-art cinema and theatre showcase. The March 1, 2015 deadline to raise $2.5 million in order to revive a presently fallow structure that can rejuvenate the Village of Bedford is in full swing.
At 11:30am, Host Hezi Aris will pivot onto the national and international news scene to delve into issues and concerns that impact Westchesterites.
Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.
Listen live or on demand: http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnTheLevel/
Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister's Memoir, A Brother's Struggle, shares her story of caring for her brother, Paul, who was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16.
Katherine Flannery Dering, author of Shot in the Head: A Sister’s Memoir, A Brother’s Struggle (Bridgeross Communications; 2014) is the second of ten children. Her younger brother, Paul, was diagnosed with schizophrenia at the age of 16. Busy with her own family and career, she helped with his care only intermittently for many years, but took on a more intense role after her parents death and especially after he developed physical ailments, as well as the psychological ones. She found herself very moved by the experience and writes about caring for her brother in hopes that it will enlighten the public on the role of caregivers. Katherine holds an MFA from Manhattanville College, a BA from Le Moyne College, an MA from the University of Buffalo and a MBA from the University of Minnesota at Duluth. Her poetry and essays have appeared in Inkwell Magazine, as well as The Bedford Record Review, Northwords Press, Sensations Magazine, Pandaloon Press, Poetry Motel and Pink Elephant Magazine. A narrative non-fiction piece, which later became a chapter of Shot in the Head, was included in Stories from the Couch, an anthology of essays about coping with mental illness. Dering taught Spanish briefly and is a former CFO at a community bank in New York. She currently serves on the board of directors of a startup bank and actively volunteers with the League of Women Voters and the Northern Westchester Community Center. For more information please visit http://www.shotintheheadbook.com and find Katherine on Facebook and Twitter
Dr. Raluca Vrabie was born in Bucharest, Romania, under communism. She lived there until the age 13, then emigrated through Austria to the United States.
She resides in New York almost the whole time since (high school at Stuyvesant in Manhattan, college at Cooper Union in the Village, medical school and residency at Mount Sinai on the Upper East Side). After travelling to Philladelphia for a fellowship at UPenn, she came right back to begin her career at Winthrop Hospital in 2010.
She currently lives in Forest Hills with her husband, whom she knows since high school, and started dating in college. Her Husband is Chinese and a programmer for the Intercontinental Exchange. They have twin girls.
She is interested in inflammatory bowel disease because treating it requires so many diverse skills: procedural aptitude, an understanding of the immune system, the ability to communicate complex concepts simply, etc. never bored at work. She thinks her patients are amazing people, for accomplishing all that they do with this disease burden in tow: marriages, children, masters’ degrees, spin classes, quitting IV drug use, divorces, moving to a new country, running a diner.
Winthrop Gastroenterology Associates, PC
222 Station Plaza North, Suite 428
Mineola, NY 11501
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Today, I’m welcoming Sue Brown and Jean Freeman to the show to talk about common financial mistakes women make when divorcing. Of course it’s an emotional time, and women trend toward wanting to ‘get out’ and to handle financial matters quickly, because it is so uncomfortable for them. The position we take on that is to focus on FAIR, not FIGHT nor FLIGHT. We’ll be talking about how to remove the emotion from settling financial issues, and how to walk away from your divorce with assets that make sense.
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Deardra Shuler interviews Tony Testa of The Duprees who will be performing as part of a Doo Wop show at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx, NY. on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 8:00 pm. Other groups featured to appear with the Duprees are The Platters, The Belmonts, Barbara Harris & The Toys, Larry Chance & The Earls and Ragdoll.
The Duprees were formed in the early 1960’s in Jersey City, NJ by five William L. Dickinson High School students. They were discovered by big band leader George Paxton who combined their smooth doo-wop vocal harmonies with a big band backing on their first single, a cover of Jo Stafford’s “You Belong To Me”, which was an instant top-ten hit and million-seller. Thus the sound of the Duprees was born and hits in the same format kept coming throughout the 1960s including “My Own True Love,” “Take Me As I Am,” “Why Don't You Believe Me,” “Have You Heard,” “Love Eyes,” “It Isn't Fair” and “Let Them Talk.” Over the years, various members of the band have come and gone, but their unique mixture of doo-wop vocals with big band arrangements has remained.
Along with Tony Testa, Jimmy Spinelli, Tommy Petillo, and Phil Granito make up the rest of the current group. Original member Michael Kelly left the group in 2012. The other 3 original members, Joe Santollo, Joey (Canzano) Vann and Michael J Arnone passed.
In 2006, the original Duprees were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame.
Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is located on the Lehman College campus, located at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY 10468. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Lehman Center box office at 718-960-8833 or online at www.LehmanCenter.org.
NEW YORK- POST!
Two uniformed NYPD officers were shot dead Saturday afternoon as they sat in their marked police car on a Brooklyn street corner — in what investigators believe was a crazed gunman’s assassination-style mission to avenge Eric Garner and Michael Brown.“No warning, no provocation — they were quite simply assassinated, targeted for their uniform,” Police Commissioner William Bratton said.
Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were working overtime as part of an anti-terrorism drill in Bedford-Stuyvesant just before 3 p.m. when they were shot point-blank in the head by lone gunman Ismaaiyl Brinsley, 28, who had addresses in Georgia, Maryland and Brooklyn.
Moments after killing the two officers, Brinsley, too, was dead, having turned his gun on himself on a nearby subway platform as cops closed in.
Liu, 32, a newlywed of only two months, had seven years on the force; Ramos, 40, dad to two sons, had two years on the job.
Brinsley was already a fugitive, suspected of putting a bullet in his ex-girlfriend’s abdomen at her residence in Baltimore at 5:45 a.m. Saturday, Bratton said.
By early Saturday afternoon — just three hours before shooting Liu and Ramos — vile anti-police threats were posted to Brinsley’s Instagram page. The threats referenced the recent police-involved killings of Garner and Brown.
“I’m Putting Wings on Pigs Today,” a person believed to be the gunman wrote. “They Take 1 Of Ours . . . Let’s Take 2 of Theirs,” the post continued, ending with, “This May Be My Final Post.”The Instagram page included an image of a silver automatic handgun with a wooden handle.
The Bedford & Sullivan podcast returns for its 58th episode!
Howard Kellman grew up in Sheepshead Bay, on East 23rd Street between Avenue U and Avenue V, a block from the border of Sheepshead Bay and Flatbush. He began doing play-by-play for St. Johns basketball while a junior at Brooklyn College, but he couldn't keep away from his passion, calling baseball games. He started calling the AAA Indianapolis Indians games in 1974, and has been ever since (including some years with Carl Erskine as his broadcast booth partner.) Born 1952, Howard will discuss growing up in Brooklyn, what he remembers of those last Dodger days, his recollection of the early Mets years, and how he got into broadcasting.
So, join us at 2pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
Join Holly and Ryan as they interview.Luann is the founder of Wailing City Ghost a paranormal research team New Bedford,MA. She is an audio specialist and Author of the book Dead Whispers. You don't want to miss this show. We are going to get to listen to some awesome Evps. that she has captured over the years including one from the Lizzie Borden house.
After a few attempts this week, the Bedford & Sullivan podcast finally gets the 57th episode off the ground. On this episode, Carl Erskine and I immerse ourselves talk of pitching.
Carl and I have discussed many a things about Brooklyn and the Dodgers over our many episodes on air. We haven't, however, devoted an entire episode to the art of pitching, which I certainly believe to be a conversation worth having when digging deep into the detail of what this television show could be. What better way than to discuss the artform with an all-time great such as Carl Erskine? We'll dig deep into his philosophy, how he altered it from batter to batter, and what he finds to be the biggest difference from the era he pitched in to the era we currently live in.
So, join us at 9am ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
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A Pennsylvania institution, Beatledd has hosted the Beatledd Fab Four Hour from WRKC in Wilkes-Barre, PA for lo these many years! (We'll ask him how many!) And he's interviewed everyone in The Beatles's world including May Pang, Sid Bernstein, Gary Van Scyoc, Julia Baird and so many more!!! Ed's also talked with the great stars of the 1960's: Henry Winkler and Sally Kellerman. AND he's been instrumental in getting Beatles authors' books into the hands of readers...which we soooo appreciate!!! He's helped Dave Bedford of Liddypool, Lanea Stagg of Recipe Records, Judith Kristen of Once Upon a Time in Liverpool and me! We love Ed Raineri and you will, too. Call in to ask him your questions! He's a GREAT guy!
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