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  • 00:31

    Highness: The Lonely Heart Series by Latrivia Nelson

    in Books

    Join Latrivia Nelson and Bruce Welch as they discuss Highness, the 5th book in the Lonely Heart Series.  Call in and ask your questions, give your feedback or simply add to the conversation. 


    There is no truer cliché for Prince Michael than love is blind.


    As the world’s most beautiful man, he has given up his previous title of royal playboy and asked Duchess Thalia to marry him, but when she confesses to loving the crown more than him, he breaks up with her and causes a very public scandal.


    Prince Richard, the older brother who is forced to fix everything after his brother breaks it, thinks Michael has been spoiled too much and proposes an experiment. Go away under an assumed name and live as a commoner to get a better perspective on life and to get out of the crosshairs of public opinion.


    Picking a location proves to be tricky but the clever pair decide on the last place in the world anyone would expect a Prince of England to be… Mississippi.


    Using a fake American accent, Michael nestles into his new home determined to find peace and get his life back on track. But when the prince delivers the mail to the next door neighbor, he experiences firsthand how love at first sight feels.


    Hope Daniels, a local artist, was recently the victim a car accident. Temporarily blinded and trying to get her own life in order, she falls for the prince on their first meeting. Thinking his is just a kind neighbor, she soon discovers that he’s the man of every girl’s fantasies.


    Will love be enough to keep the prince and the artist together or will their paths in this life tear them apart?


    Read Highness (Part 1), the fifth book in national bestselling author Latrivia Nelson’s Lonely Heart series.


    P.S. No cliffhanger. This is a full book with a second part.


    Also, visit her website at www.latrivianelson.info


     

  • 00:30

    The Ben VanDamme Show LIVE

    in Radio

    The Ben VanDamme Show LIVE from St. Lawrence County


    30-minutes of commercial FREE News, Sports, Weather, Political Talk and More!

  • 00:12

    John Carver Show - Power of Your Mind (Dr. Ben Carson)

    in Self Help

    Dr. Ben Carson, from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore Maryland, operated on brains for more than twenty years.  He knows a little something about the mind.


    In my experience, I have noticed how few of us really understand how much potential we have between our ears.  Check out these few minutes of wisdom from Dr. Carson.

  • 00:43

    Overdrafting quick-twitch Nelson Agholor

    in Sports

    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 134: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion does not believe that Nelson Agholor's training camp competence threatens Jordan Matthews. 


    Sending a memo that "or naw?" has run its course. 


    Draft position especially matters when projecting rookie wide receiver snaps and targets. 


    What does quick-twitch even mean? 


    Josh Huff's production at Oregon is the reason why the College Dominator Rating metric exists. 


    Tevin Coleman and Jordan Matthews are confirmation bias magnets.


    It would be logical for Jordan Matthews to take over the Eagles' flanker target hog position from Jeremy Maclin. 


    A plea to WR size zealots to come to the aid of Jordan Matthews. 


    Lamenting Solviet-era fantasy league platforms. 


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 00:29

    Premiere of The Ben VanDamme Show LIVE

    in Radio

    The Premiere of The Ben VanDamme Show LIVE from St. Lawrence County.


    Featuring: News, Sports, Weather, Political Talk and more in a 30-minute commercial free talk-show.

  • 01:31

    Let's Talk With Rapbi Ben Israel

    in Religion

    Let's welcome back Ben Israel to see what The Most High got him doing these days.  As you recall Ben was with us about a year ago.  as we played his music.  We will see what he has new here on "Let's Talk"

  • 00:30

    Communicate to Motivate - with Ben Decker

    in Business

    In the information glut of today, you must find new and better ways to connect -- because a glut of information begets a dearth of attention. We explore proven ways to dramatically boost your ability to connect and motivate, with an expert on the topic.


    Ben Decker, CEO of Decker Communications and co-author of Communicate to Influence: How to Inspire Your Audience to Action, is an expert in consulting, training and messaging for effective business communications. Ben has worked with hundreds of leaders in Fortune 500 companies to strategize and implement solutions that are practical, direct and attainable. From what to say to how to say it, Ben creates focus and confidence to help leaders close the deal, launch the initiative and motivate action.Prior to joining Decker Communications in 2005, Ben spent several years in strategic sales roles in the high tech and medical industries. 

  • 00:17

    1951 Eddy Howard, JO Stafford, Nelson Eddy, Paul Weston

    in Music

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Eddy Howard, JO Stafford, Nelson Eddy, Paul Weston


    Eddy Howard & His Orchestra  Sin


    My Wife and I


    JO Stafford & Nelson Eddy, WITH THESE HANDS


    TILL WE MEET AGAIN


    Link to podcast to listen and enjoy this music:


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US


    Eddy Howard & His Orchestra


    Profile: Eddy Howard (1914-1963) was a vocalist and bandleader who was popular during the 1940s and 1950s. 


    Eddy Howard & His Orchestra ‎– Sin  My Wife and I


    Mercury ‎– 5711


    Released: 1951


    A: Sin


    Composers B.Smith, Adams


    Vocal by Eddy Howard


    B: My Wife and I


    Composers Shull, Hoven


    Vocal by Eddy Howard trio & chorus


    JO Stafford Nelson Eddy


    WITH THESE HANDS with Nelson Eddy Matrix No. RHCO 4435 *Both Recorded 23.2.51 First issued 1951 * Columbia 1-G


    TILL WE MEET AGAIN with Nelson Eddy Matrix No. RHCO 4436


    http://web.cfa.arizona.edu/westonstafford/JoDiscography.pdf


    Paul Weston (1912 –1996) American pianist, arranger, composer, and conductor, who worked in music and television from the 1930s to the 1970s. His compositions songs such as "I Should Care", "Day by Day" and "Shrimp Boats". 


    Weston became Music Director at Capitol, where he worked with Jo Stafford, and developed the Mood Music genre. Stafford moved with him to Columbia Records in 1950, they were married in 1952.


    Nelson Ackerman Eddy (1901 –1967) American singer and actor who appeared in 19 musical films during the 1930s and 1940s

  • Live With Dr. Steve Nelson - A Discussion on Health, Wellness, and LifeStyle

    in Lifestyle

    Welcome to Live Balanced Radio - Today's broadcast is going to be a little different! Dr. Steve Nelson is going to life in a phone line answering all of your questions from 6:00pm pacific to 7:00pm pacific on this number - 712-432-0075  PIN 833 738 ... Call in to Talk To The Doc!

  • 01:06

    Live Balanced - A Interview With Dr. Steve Nelson About Diabetes Health

    in Lifestyle

    Join the conversation with Dr. Steve Nelson as he discusses and share information about Diabetes and living the with disease of the century! The information that will be shared will help your life and hopefully help make living with diabetes more managable. Please call in and share your thoughts and "Ask The Doc" anything you would like!

  • 00:27

    Ben Okri on The Age of Magic

    in Blogcritics

    Ben Okri joins us live from the Sydney Writers Festival to read from and talk about his latest novel The Age of Magic and what inspired it, its characters, on the true nature of magic, on the book's themes incuding what Goethe calls des Pudels Kern (the real nature or deeper meaning of things), on transcendent knowledge and why we truly are living in an age of magic, on the value of slow reading, why we need new forms of fiction, his new poetry book Wild, on the relationship between writing poetry and writing prose, upcoming work, and lots more.  Note: this interview took place following Ben's Age of Magic Talk which I referred to several times in my interview.  The talk can be listened to in full here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/booksandarts/sydney-writers27-festival3a-ben-okri/6488934