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Join us here at Rave Reviews Book Club's Rave Waves Spotlight Honors, where host Nancy Bell is in conversation with RRBC Author Bette A Stevens. We will discuss Bette's debut novel, Dog Bone Soup which is the prequel to her latest novel, Pure Trash. Join us as we explore this book and get better acquainted with Bette A Stevens.
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Bette A. Stevens is a retired teacher, a wife, mother of two and grandmother of five. Stevens lives in Central Maine with her husband on their 37-acre farmstead where she enjoys writing, reading, gardening, walking and reveling in the beauty of nature. She advocates for children and childhood literacy and for monarch butterflies, an endangered species. Stevens’s children’s activity book, THE TANGRAM ZOO and WORD PUZZLES TOO!, was first published in 1997 by Windswept House Publishing, Mt. Desert, ME; a second edition was self-published by the author in 2012. AMAZING MATILDA, Stevens's second children's book, self-published in 2012 won a 2013 Purple Dragonfly Book Award (Honorable Mention for Excellence in Children's Literature - Ages 6 and older category) and also placed #9 on The 2013 Gittle List for Self-published Children’s Picture Books. Stevens has written articles for ECHOES, The Northern Maine Journal of Rural Culture based in Caribou, Maine. In 2013, the author published her first book for the YA/Adult audience: PURE TRASH: The story, a short story of a boy growing up in rural New England in a family whose poverty and alcoholism mark him as a target for bullying by young and old alike. This short story is a prequel to Stevens's debut novel—planned for release in the summer of 2014.
Interview: Mark Stevens on Freedom and Deliverance. Mark said he had a dream where God told him to get healing and deliverance prayer before he could move into his destiny. Hear him tell of his pursuit of wholeness in psychology, Bible College at Bethel and through a fasted life. For 30 years, he was trying to figure out how to get free and not have all of this demonic oppression in his life (even though he was Christian.)
A versatile musician, Stevens grew up playing piano, drums and guitar at the Church of God, developing a dynamic performance style playing gospel music. He spent his teens playing in jazz and gospel bands, and developed sound and stage presence like one of his idols, Norman Brown, when he later emerged as an urban jazz artist. As his fan base grew with his early album releases, Stevens went from playing “any dive bar where they allowed jazz” in Philly to top clubs like North By Northwest, Warm Daddy’s and Relish. He and his band also played at various clubs down in Maryland, as well as the Woodrow Wilson Festival and the iconic Blues Alley club in Washington, DC.
Stevens has also performed at The Harlem Meer Festival, at The Iridium in NYC with Alex Bugnon, and the Jazz Base in Reading, PA. Over the past two years, he also did a full European tour through Austria, Switzerland and Germany. In addition to playing on the Capital Jazz SuperCruise, he has been part of the All-Star Jam Festival at Berks Jazz Fest the past three years, sharing the stage with such luminaries as Gerald Albright, Nick Colionne and Scott Ambush from Spyro Gyra. “One of the things I’m known for live is bringing a lot of energy to the stage and incorporating many exciting elements, including background singers,” Stevens says.
Join us this Friday, August 14th as we return LIVE! We are excited and honored to welcome our guest Writer, Hayley Stevens!
Hayley Stevens is a paranormal researcher based in Wiltshire, England who used scientific skepticism and rational inquiry to investigate claims of a paranormal nature. She became a paranormal researcher in her teens and was a believer before starting to work as a non-believer and skeptic in 2007. She documents her research, thoughts and commentary on the award winning Hayley Is A Ghost blog, has spoken internationally about her work and acts as a media advisor all while maintaining a full-time job in the UK arts industry.
Mark A. Johnston will be hosting the show along with Mr. Real-to-Reel himself, Micaal Stevens. They will be welcoming actress/Producer Amanda Marie of numerous movies and television shows. Jeff Weister will be on as Mark's sidekick as usual, and featuring his musical guest of the week. Mr. Hollywood, Joel Casey will be catching us up on upcoming movies and casting rumors. It's going to be a blast!! Tune in here if you can. Otherwise, we'll be making the podcast available to you asap.
The Queen of Fresh, The Gypsy Poet Talks to Singer/Songwriter Scott "Pepper" Stevens to discuss his songs, songwriting, life, loves and more! He's a fresh newbie on the air, who is creating a stir in social media! Stevens will be on the air talkng to the Gyps' about having his feet on the world. A brilliant show not to miss!
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Durham, NC – We all desire loving relationships and optimal health, but all too often what prevents us from achieving these dreams is ourselves and the negative patterns we’ve developed borne from our past experiences. We see so many women who have accomplished amazing things. What is the difference? What sets them apart?
Toni Stevens is a BodyTalk practitioner who specializes in the connection between our emotions and our health. Toni empowers her clients to honor their past while choosing a new reality for the future.
“The essence of what I do is I enable people to create a new legacy that allows them to live their hopes and dreams,” says Toni. “When we repeat the past, we don’t allow ourselves to fulfill our true potential.”
According to Toni, our bodies each possess an innate, self-healing mechanism. When this mechanism is able to assert itself, the body and mind operate as they were originally designed for optimal health.
“There’s an innate wisdom directing our body’s myriad processes, like the way our body knows how to heal a cut,” explains Toni. “That’s the part of the client I want to speak to."
As a BodyTalk practitioner, Toni uses this innate wisdom to identify and remove emotional and physical imbalance. Once cleared of these imbalances, seemingly miraculous transformations occur.
“There is nothing better than having a client tell me about something they considered a miracle in their life,” says Toni. “It feels like a miracle, but I’m simply using western knowledge of how the brain works. It’s quick, easy, efficient and powerful.”
For more information on Toni Stevens, visit www.tonistevens.com
Source Nation! Join us tonight for 2 dynamic shows. From 6-8, join us in The Ladies Lounge with Kathy B & from 8-9 join us for, Whatz Da Buzz with Bigg Mommap.
At 6:15, join us in The Ladies Lounge as she welcomes Coach Dhylles Davis into the studio to discuss, MOTIVATING THE INNER YOU.
At 7:15, join us in The Ladies Lounge with Kathy B, as she welcomes Sheree Williams of Cuisine Noir Magazine, which is the first black food, wine and travel magazine featuring chefs, winemakers and more from around the world, into the studio to share all about her Magazine, her blog and Multicultural Marketing to African Americans as it pertains to health, food, wine and travel. You don't want to miss this conversation.
Join us tonight at 8:15 EST for Whatz Da Buzz with Bigg Mommap, as she welcomes Comedian Jay Stevens into the studio to talk about his amazing career and upcoming projects. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
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Pick Up at Union Station, is the latest book from "The Asphalt Warrior" series by the late Gary Reilly, winner of the 1979 Pushcart Prize. Reilly passed away in 2011 after a two-year battle with colon cancer, trusting a pair of friends to publish his works (25 titles in all) after his death.
Since then, Reilly’s works have been in the hands of Mike Keefe, a retired political cartoonist and Pulitzer Prize winner, and Mark Stevens, a former journalist and acclaimed mystery author.
Join Mike Keefe, Mark Stevens and me on Tuesday, June 30, 10-11 A.M. CT US. We will be discussing the power of their relationships in honoring their dear friend Gary, by having his writings available to everyone to enjoy.
How many social media apps can you name? And how many of these does your teenager have on their phone? It's not just facebook anymore, and technology has paved the way for newer (and possibly more dangerous) apps that you aren't aware of. Snapchat, twitter, instagram, kik, whisper, tumblr and many more are here today and gone tomorrow. But what they were created for is not always the reason they are used by many teenagers. Join psychotherapist Tom Stevens as he interviews actual teenagers and finds out what life is like in the world of social media from a teenagers perspective. Call (347)838-9737 to listen LIVE on your phone or even to make a comment or ask a question. Parents this is your chance to get up to speed and know what you need to know about the world of social media.
Our guest this morning is Demi Stevens, proprietor of Ortega 120 and Hey 19.
As one of the most renowned mixologists in the hospitality industry, Demi is a force to be reckoned with. She has successfully created cocktail menus that utilize unique ingredients that complement her restaurant’s dynamic food menus.
Demi’s first personal restaurant endeavor, Ortega 120 located in Redondo Beach, currently houses the “Best Classic Margarita,” as determined by LA Weekly. Ortega 120 has also been honored with awards such as “Diner’s Choice Winner” “Best Dinner Dates on a Budget,” and “Top 10 Mexican Restaurants in Los Angeles.”
Her most recent venture, Hey 19 Public House, is a “rustic American” themed restaurant and bar featuring craft cocktails and new-American, organic conscious, comfort food. Hey 19 opened its doors in Torrance in late 2014 and was instantly named one of the “Best New Restaurants of 2014” by Easy Reader.
With her “whiskey in a tea cup” attitude, mixology brilliance, the ability to understand both front and back house management of a restaurant, and dedicated guest and staff following, it is no wonder why every restaurant Demi touches turns to gold.
I’ve long been a fan of Ortega 120 and Hey 19 has become my go-to place for not just the food, but dancing! I’ve recently heard some rumors about other special events Demi has on the drawing board and can’t wait to hear more details!
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