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Suzettte Riddick has been an avid reader since childhood. Her favorite genres are romance and biographies. Victoria holds a Bachelor's and Master's degrees in nursing from LaSalle University. She's employed as an adult nurse practitioner and has dedicated her nursing career to taking care of adults with sickle cell disease. Victoria's debut novel A Special Summer was released in 2007. She lives in Philadelphia with her husband and three children.
Soul Biographies is about being truly seen. For when we are, the world changes.
Nic Askew's films are of the courageous, and for the courageous. It's an act of bravery, and of immense trust to sit in front of such a revealing camera not knowing what might come. For the courageous - it's a similar act of bravery to pay attention to another who is most likely to challenge your world.
Nic's black and whiteHuman Portraits examine the depth of qualities such as happiness, purpose, loss, loneliness, courage, and gratitiude. And the more worldly subjects such as transformation in leadership, education, healthcare, business and poverty.
New human portraits are emailed out to a large, loyal, curious and influential tribe each Monday since 2005.
Dan Shinder of Drum Talk TV September 15th, 8pm (EST)
900 Seconds warmly welcomes Dan Shinder of Drum Talk TV!!!
Dan Shinder is the CEO and Executive Producer, and primary host of shows on the Drum Talk TV Network. In 1970, when he was 7, he started playing drums. By the age of 15, he was touring and opening for bands like Blue Oyster Cult, Styx, Seals & Croft, and Heart. Mr Shinder's experience includes composing and producing in several genres; subsequently, spending more than a decade in television and video production. Mr. Shinder produced and directed corporate videos, biographies, documentaries, and live news shows for the internet. He is DrumTalk's secret sauce- the personality behind the brand. His penetrating, yet playful interviewing style puts artists at ease, engages artists and demonstrates the broad spectrum of his knowledge of drumming, music, and business.
Drum Talk TV Link:
Nick McBrain: http://drumtalktv.com/portfolio/nicko-mcbrain/
Ian Paice: http://drumtalktv.com/portfolio/ian-paice-deep-purple/
Celeste Yacoboni joins Rainbow Vision at 6pm PT, 7pm MT, 8pm CT, 9pm MT to discuss her new book, How Do You Pray? She was guided to ask the world, "How do you pray?" She reached out to family and friends, then to leading figures from all walks of life and schools of thought like Arvol Looking Horse, Lama Surya Das, Dr. Patch Adams, Dan Millman, Rabbi Rami Shapiro, Margaret Starbird and many others. Culled from those responses is an original and deeply personal collection of prayers, essays, and offerings that encourage readers to contemplate the intention of prayer in their own life.
Composed essentially of prayers and short biographies of its 129 contributors (leaders of diverse spiritual and religious traditions ranging fro Buddhism to Islam to Christianity, as well as those who do not claim any particular walk of faith). How Do You Pray is an interspiritual prayer book and resource guide to an emerging global spirituality, which embraces our religious and spiritual diversity.
In our stressful world,prayers teach us faith, forgivenss, compassion and patience. Prayers can also produce miracles.
About the Author/Editor Celeste Yacoboni: She is a Minister of Walking Prayer, ordained by the Center of Sacred Studies in Sonora, California. She maintains a thriving private practice in Santa Fe, NM where she facilitates healing and wholeness through Massage Thereapy, Chi Nei Tsang, Qigong, Women's Breast Health, Plant Essences, and the Hawaiian practice of Ho'oponopono.
Alan (Giants of Jazz Radio) and Jose (Jazz Con Class Radio) are very honored to have with us jazz historian, jazz journalist and author Scott Yanow. We will cover his biography in detail and then concentrate on "West Coast Jazz." We will decipher this sub-genre of "Cool Jazz" by discussing its roots and its history. We will also touch on the 60's Jazz scene in both the Los Angeles and San Francisco areas. Join us, listen and/or call in!
Scott Yanow (Bio):
.....Jazz Journalist and historian. Since then, I have been involved in many projects. Being the Senior Editor for the 3rd edition of the All Music Guide For Jazz resulted in a countless number of my CD reviews and biographies being utilized throughout the internet including Pandora Radio. In addition to having written ten books so far (most recently The Jazz Singers) and writing for the Jazz Heritage Club, I have written several episodes for the popular jazz radio series Jim Cullum's Riverwalk - Live At The Landing.
I have written over 750 liner notes, hundreds of press biographies and press releases, and it has been said that I have reviewed more jazz recordings than anyone in history. I have contributed to virtually all of the major jazz magazines including Downbeat, Jazz Times, Jazziz, Cadence, Coda, The Mississippi Rag, Jazz Forum, Jazz News, The Jazz Report, Planet Jazz, Jazz Now and Jazz
Improv. These days I write regularly for Jazz Inside, Downbeat, Jazziz, Los Angeles Jazz Scene and The Jazz Rag.....Learn More
Thomas E. Menighan, BSPharm, MBA, ScD (Hon), FAPhA, Executive Vice President
Thomas E. Menighan is executive vice president and chief executive officer of the American Pharmacists Association (APhA). He received his bachelor of science in pharmacy (BSPharm) in 1974 from West Virginia University School of Pharmacy and master of business administration (MBA) in 1990 from Averett College. In 2011, he received an honorary doctor of science (ScD) degree from West Virginia University and he was awarded a ScD by the University of Charleston (West Virginia) in 2010. Prior to his current leadership roles at APhA, Menighan was founder and president of SynTegra Solutions, Inc., in Germantown, Maryland. The company provides supply chain and chargeback auditing and consulting in risk management, 340B systems, anti-counterfeiting, and the technology of medication information. Menighan also founded SymRx, Inc., and developed CornerDrugstore.com.
Throughout his career, Menighan has served volunteer roles within the profession of pharmacy, including president of APhA from 2001 to 2002 and a member of the APhA Board of Trustees between 1995 and 2003. He was a senior staff member of APhA from 1987 to 1992. While on staff as senior director of external affairs, he managed state affairs, public relations, new business development, and practice management issues.
Alfreada Brown-Kelly is an author of poetry and professor who lives in Hampton, Virginia. Alfreada is a native of Thibodaux, Louisiana and previously lived in New Orleans, Louisiana for ten years. Alfreada has been writing poetry for many years and has started on a children’s collection called the Victoria E. Kelly Series. Alfreada is a graduate of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana and Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia where she received her Master of Science degree in Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice. She is an avid reader who enjoys reading poetry, biographies and Christian and contemporary literature. Transformation of The Mind, Body & Soul is her first book of poetry. Her second book of poetry is The Skin I Am In. Her third book, Why Women Weep, is a women’s anthology that was released in June 2011. Alfreada’s poetry has been featured annually in Ancestral Rites, a poetry anthology published by BookClubEtc. Why Women Weep has also been included in the Women in Academia (WIA) top 20 list (June 2011), Praise Magazine and Hampton Roads My Time magazine, (September 2010 and January 2009). The New Journal & Guide newspaper, Gethsemane Baptist Church 40 Day Journal and Diversity Times newspaper have also featured her poetry. For more information please visit her website at http://alfreadabrownkelly.weebly.com or email her at AlfreadaKelly@aol.com.
The films, words, observations and unprotected conversations of Nic Askew consider the many elements of our lives, work and society at an unusual depth. And in doing so, opens our eyes wide to what people and organizations might become. To what we might become.
Nic is a former Managing Director, and now a filmmaker and poet. His Soul Biographies series is followed faithfully by many around the world. His insight on what it is that happens between the lens, the subject & the viewer has profound implications for all.
Call in number 646 (478-3635). Dr. Richard Johnson concludes his 3 part series on Jacob son of Isaac whose name God changes to "Israel". Name changes by God typically represented an altered person into God's Destiny Creation. We see this with Abram (Abraham) & Saria (Sarah) (Book of Genesis), Joseph son of Jacob (Book of Genesis and Gideon (Book of Judges 6). for example. God has a specofoc process to change anybody into the person He created them to be and preparing them for spiritual greatness along the way? We must endure the process and learn along the way as God leads us into destiny!
Host Andrew Dixon & Rapheal Skeete
Rory Costello is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Rory has written many biographies of major-leaguers and other baseball figures for SABR's BioProject website.
He has a lot of interests when it comes to choosing his subjects, but players from Latin American balla and the Caribbean are right up there at the top.
SABR members have a variety of interests, and this is reflected in the diversity of its research committees. There are more than two dozen groups devoted to the study of a specific area related to the game — from Baseball and the Arts to Statistical Analysis to the Deadball Era to Women in Baseball. In addition, many SABR members meet formally and informally in regional chapters throughout the year and hundreds come together for the annual national convention, the organization's premier event. These meetings often include panel discussions with former major league players and research presentations by members. Oct 15, 1986: N.Y. Mets (7) at Houston (6), 16 inn. Benny Agbayani,Matt Alexander,Ruben Amaro,Santos Amaro,Sandy Amorós,Ed Armbrister,Luis Arroyo,Benny Ayala,Bob Bailor,Dan Bankhead,Doc Barrett, Vern Benson,Jim Bibby,Larvell Blanks,John Boccabella,Gene Brabender,Curtis Brown,Jophrey Brown,Leon Brown,willard Brown,Jerry Browne,Lou Bruce,Tom Burr,Tom Butters,Gary Carter, Paul Casanova, Stanley Cayasso,Tony Chevez,Tom Chism,Joe Christopher, Artie Clarke,Henry Clarke, Horace Clarke,Sandy Consuegra, Mark Corey, Clint Courtney,Claude Crocker,Henry Cruz,Wil Culmer, Midre Cummings,Tony Curry,Clay Dalrymple,Vic Davalillo, Chili Davis,Iron Davis,Joe DeSa,Alec Distaso,Dave Dowling, Trent Durrington,Frank Estrada,Harry Fanok,Bobby Fenwick,Sid Fernandez
call us . 661-467-2407 / 712-432-4447
We continue or examination of the life of Jacob son of Isaac as God uses crisis and time to transform a selfish man into a responsible man of God. You also are undergoing a transformation process and to better get to your destination you must understand why it takes time and crisis to acheive results.
Dr. Richard Gladiator Johnson narrates from the Book of Gensis and disects one of the amazing biographies of Scripture.
in Self Help
Theme: Inside the Entrepreneurial Mind: Finding Your Market Niche
Interview Guests: Tony Rose,Founder, Publisher and CEO of Amber Communications Group, Inc. (ACGI) and his wife, Yvonne Rose, Associate Publisher and Senior Editor of ACGI.
Amber Communications Group, Inc. (ACGI) is based in the Greater Phoenix, Arizona area. ACGI is the nation’s largest African-American publisher of Self-Help Books and Music Biographies. Under Tony Rose's direction, (ACGI) has led the movement towards modern Independent Book Publishing for the African American Self-Publisher and Independent Book Publisher as we know it today. In 2000, ACGI responded to the needs of the growing niche market of self-publishers and the needs of authors who wished to self-publish their books by founding Quality Press, now the nations largest "African American Book Packager." The Quality Press Division is led by Yvonne Rose, who is also an ACGI Associate Publisher. In 2004, Tony co-founded and became the Executive Director of The African American Pavilion at BookExpo America, bringing together as exhibitors and attendees a community of thousands of African American book publishers and book publishing industry professionals. In addition, ACGI has acquired/licensed paperback rights from Simon and Schuster, Harper Collins and Hyperion Books for ACGI global publishing and distribution.
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