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  • 00:31

    REBROADCAST: Betty Aldworth on Regulating Marijuana

    in Culture

    Please join myCultural Conversations as we welcome Betty Aldworth to the show. Betty will speak on the successful campaign of Amendment 64 in Colorado that regulates the use, sale and distribution of marijuana like alcohol.
    Mary Aldworth on CBS-4 Colorado Broadcast:

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    Beantown Pals, The Adventures of Bucky and Betty

    in Family

    Bucky DJ's and hosts an Adventure of Bucky and Betty as Halloween approaches. Listen to stories about monsters, ghouls, trolls, witches, etc.

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    THE REAL DEAL WITH COURTNEY HARDEN

    in Professional

    Join  the second episode of The Real Deal with Courtney Harden, this Saturday at noon as he dives into all things that happened during the sports week and gets you prepared for the sports weekend.


    I will recap all things Super Bowl 50, the Denver Broncos big win, possibly Peyton Manning's last game and where he ranks among all time great quarterbacks and get into Cam Newton and his eventful press conference.


    NFL offseason news, Shady McCoy alleged involvement in a club brawl and more.


    Also, in the last half hour, I will be joined by special guest radio host of Talk 2 Me Sports, writer and editor of Truluvsports, Betty Cantley as we preview NBA All-Star Weekend and the 2nd half of the NBA season.


    So please join me for The Real Deal, LIVE this Saturday from Noon-1pm.


     


    Follow the show on Twitter @gettherealdeal


    Like the Facebook page www.facebook.com/gettherealdeal


     


     

  • 00:46

    Film Love Songs, Snow White and Book Giveaway

    in Movies

    Movie Addict Headquarters presents a pre-Valentine’s Day show featuring film love songs and a book giveaway drawing. Plus, popular film critic A.J. Hakari, The Mad Movie Man, will be dropping by to talk about the new Blu-Ray release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Among singers performing love songs from various movies are: Linda Ronstadt, Lucie Arnaz, Tony Babino, Mickey Rooney, Debbie Reynolds, Judy Garland, Bryan Ferry and Rita Graham.


    The Kindle E-book to be given away is It Had To Be Us, an award-winning romantic memoir now in the early stages of film adaptation. Full Disclosure: This book was written by Harry & Elizabeth Lawrence, the pen names of host Betty Jo Tucker and her husband Larry. According to Nancy Lombardo, host of Comedy Concepts on BlogTalkRadio, It Had To Be Us makes a great gift for Valentine’s Day!

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Betty Withrow of Betty of Big Sur

    in Self Help

    Carmel, CA – What ideas do we have right in front of us? How can we break down our challenges into manageable goals? And what are the physical and spiritual actions we can take to move ourselves forward?


    Betty Withrow is Betty of Big Sur, life coach and author of Prevail: Seven Keys to Create a Personal Victory. According to Betty, the seven key qualities that allow a person to endure any challenges in life are cheerfulness, patience, friendliest, creativity, fortitude, perseverance and a sense of completion.


    “This came to me one day when I was in a state of overwhelm,” recalls Betty. “How did I get here? I wanted to share my experiences and give back to the world.”


    Betty says she was inspired to write the book because she couldn’t not write it. After early years spent in an abusive environment, overcoming poverty and a life-threatening illness, writing Prevail offered an opportunity for personal transformation, to heal herself and live her life on her own terms.


    “I began to feel a sense of purpose pushing me," says Betty. "Here was my chance to turn these experiences around for a larger vision."


    Betty has lived in Big Sur for 44 years. What began as a basic pioneer experience has since evolved into a unique nature based coaching practice. Betty says she enjoys helping clients find clarity on their issues and determine what they would like life to be like instead. She says they often discover there are many more possibilities than they realized.


    “Everyone has within themselves abilities they don’t recognize,” says Betty. “This is about finding a way to overcome the belief that life is writing you and you are not writing life."


    For more information on Betty Withrow, visit www.bettyofbigsur.com

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    How To Make It Happen: Films about Black People in the Bible, Seminars, etc.

    in The Bible

    Singer Betty Lewis and businessness woman Vicki Wesley and I will have a discussion about the importance of getting our Black Biblical history taught in the churches and in film. Making Noise about it; spreading the word. We will also discuss our lives... what we are doing and want to do to enlighten the Black community and enhance our lives. Finally, we will talk about putting together a team to strongly get the word out about Black history in the Bible; how to get funding to produce films about our great people of the Bible and secular history.... and a host of other rsubjects.

  • 00:31

    ANYTHING GOES Lindsay Downs

    in Pop Culture

    Bennet Pomerantz talks to media guests on the Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES. His guest tonight is author Lindsay Downs


    I've been an avid readers ever since I was old enough to hold a red leather bound first edition copy of Sir Walter Scott's The Lady of the Lake in my lap.
    So it only seemed natural at some point in my life I take up pen and paper to start writing. Over time my skills slightly improved which I attribute to my English teachers. 
    My breakthrough came about in the mid 1970's when I read a historical romance written by Sergeanne Golon, Angelique. This French husband and wife team opened my eyes to the real world of fiction. Stories about romance, beautiful damsels, handsome heroes and plots which kept me hooked. Of course, being a man, I had to keep my reading hidden from others as that wasn't appropriate reading for men.
    With this new found appreciation of the written word I took up other books and devoured them as a starving person would a plate of food. I them attempted to write again. I still wasn't satisfied so I put it aside for years as other events entered my life.



    Finally, in the early years of the new millennium I tried again to write and once again met with limited success. At least now I was able to get past the first page or two. Then, in 2006 a life changing event brought me back to my love, I took a job as a security officer. This allowed me plenty of time to read different genres. 
    My favourite was regency. As I poured through everyone I could get my hands on I knew this could be something I wanted to attempt.



    Since 2012 when my debut regency romantic suspense released I was hooked and have, except for a few contemporaries, focused on this genre.



    Since 2012 I've lived in central Texas. I'm also a member of Romance Writers of America and their local chapter.

  • 01:08

    Photographer Roberto Rabanne ,Music , Fashion and so much more!

    in Pop Culture

    The images of photographer Roberto Rabanne have captured the energy, complexity and beauty in music, fashion and art for more than four decades. I have a simple philosophy about photography, it’s that the image has to be powerful” explains Rabanne. “And I find this happens when you capture the subject engaging in the non-defensive, unguarded essence that is truly ‘them. One day at a sound check he decided he had nothing to lose and asked Jimi Hendrix if he could take his picture with his Yashica twin lens reflex.  “Sure, man,” the flamboyant guitarist said, and Rabanne began snapping away.  “I shot half a roll of film, rushed back to my little darkroom and processed it, and ran back to the Fillmore with the proof sheets,” explains Rabanne.  “Hendrix said, ‘Wow, man, I like these,’ and stuck a $100 bill in my hand.  He was my first ‘client’ and that was the beginning of my career as a professional photographer.Rabanne’s photos were first published in magazines like Rolling Stone, Crawdaddy, Cream and the East Village Other. They ran the gamut of the great bands – from the Grateful Dead and Quicksilver to Big Brother and the Holding Company, Cream, Dylan, Jefferson Airplane, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles and more. Early on, Rabanne befriended Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead. The legendary musician gave him priority access and allowed the photographer to do several studies of him and the band.Later, Rabanne’s interests expanded to include jazz and reggae. Shooting for Down Beat, Jazz Express, Goldmine, NME and numerous recording companies, his work now included the likes of Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Charles Mingus, Carmen McRae, Betty Carter, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Bob Marley and scores of others as he became the official photographer of the Monterey Jazz Festival.