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Cara Santa Maria has dedicated her life to improving science literacy by communicating scientific principles across media platforms. A North Texas native, she currently lives in Los Angeles. Prior to moving to the west coast, Cara taught biology and psychology courses to university undergraduates and high school students in Texas and New York. Her published research has spanned various topics, including clinical psychological assessment, the neuropsychology of blindness, neuronal cell culture techniques, and computational neurophysiology.
Cara previously worked as a co-host and producer on the Pivot TV nightly live television show, "TakePart Live." Before that, she was the senior science correspondent for The Huffington Post and co-starred in "Hacking The Planet" and "The Truth About Twisters" on The Weather Channel.
She has made appearances on CNN, Fox News, TLC, Current TV, BBC America, G4, SundanceTV, Travel Channel, and Nat Geo WILD.
Cara currently hosts a weekly science podcast called "Talk Nerdy." She joins Seth Andrews for tonight's podcast. Call the show with comments and/or questions, or email email@example.com.
Cara's website: http://carasantamaria.com
Tonight’s show is a roundtable discussion with two very special guests and friends – Cara St. Louis and Pamela Tartar.
Cara is the editor of the online magazine Vortex: Conscious and Courageous. She is also the author of the fabulous book The Sun Thief which is available at Amazon.com.
Pamela is the host of her popular internet radio shows which are broadcast on Pure Momentum Network which is owned an operated by Pamela and her husband David.
Tonight’s show is two hours of wide ranging discussion. We start our conversation talking about the plague of political correctness and then moving into human consciousness, the effects of engineered global chaos, the need for critical mass to turn things around, how voices within the alternative movement are succumbing to celebrity, how Zionism is being exposed, the militarized response in Ferguson and finishing with our final thoughts on getting humanity to awaken.
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Tonight Cara St. Louis returns to the show.
Cara talks to us about her e-magazine Vortex: Conscious and Courageous along with offering her perspectives on a multitude of topics including geoengineering, Gaza, Zionism, our dissolving borders and the social engineering of our schools and society.
Cara’s current book The Sun Thief , a great read, is available on Amazon.com. She is putting the finishing touches on her new book Aerosol War: The Covert Assimilation of Humanity.
To kick our discussion off Cara comments on the recent Shasta County public hearing on geo-engineering – lead by Dane Wigington and Mark McCandlish which resulted in standing room only attendance - forcing the main stream media to have to report on the event.
Mike Williams interviews Cara St. Louis.
Tonight our very special guest is Ms. Cara. St. Louis. Cara is the Editor-in-chief of the new E Magazine, Vortex: Conscious and Courageous. She also lecturers on Trans-humanism, Cultural and Social Engineering and Weaponized Political Correctness.
She is the author of Consolata's Companion; The Sun Thief and the soon to be released - Aerosol War: The Covert Assimilation of Mankind.
Cara also writes for Veterans Today.
Cara C. Putman, the award-winning author of 19 books, graduated high school at 16, college at 20, and completed her law degree at 27. FIRST for Women magazine called Shadowed by Grace"captivating" and a "novel with 'the works.'" Cara is active at her church and a lecturer on business and employment law to graduate students at Purdue University's Krannert School of Management. Putman also practices law and is a second-generation homeschooling mom. Putman is currently pursuing her Master's in Business Administration at Krannert. She serves on the executive board of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW), an organization she has served in various roles since 2007. She lives with her husband and four children in Indiana. You can connect with her online at: caraputman.com
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“Recognizing that a culture can be defined by the types of stories it chooses to tell, we ultimately hope to help create a shift away from the fear and tragedy focused news that has so influenced our world. Whenever possible, we seek to give voice to positivity over pessimism. We aim to promote goodness and, in doing so, inspire greatness.” – Cara Jones
Cara Jones is the founder of Story Tellers for Good and a multiple Emmy Award winning writer, reporter, and producer with vast experience in using video to tell compelling, inspiring human-interest stories. She has more than a decade of experience in broadcast journalism and has reported for various network affiliates. She volunteers with the Big Sister Association, has backpacked through South America, Europe, and India and is a yoga teacher, life coach and part-time instructor in the Multimedia Communications Department at the Academy of Art University. www.storytellersforgood.com
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Hear these terrific authors and learn about a program designed to help both emerging and established writers exercise their intellect, discover their writer's essence and earn an MA. Tune in for:
Cara Hoffman on Be Safe I Love You
Tania Unsworth on The One Safe Place
Michaela MacColl on Always Emily
The lowdown on the new master's of Writing & Oral Tradition cohort starting in June at The Graduate Institute in Bethany, CT
Listeners will have the chance to win copies of Always Emily and be Safe I Love You.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Biggest Loser Trainer Cara Castronuova. Neil will interview Cara to find out about her boxing career, The Biggest Loser experience, and her foundation.
A two-time Golden Gloves winner and certified trainer once ranked nationally by USA Boxing, Cara Castronuova is popularly known as one of the newest trainers on The Biggest Loser.
Castronuova was born and raised in Elmont, New York, with three younger brothers. She began boxing at the age of five in the family garage with her father, a former Marine. She also wrestled in high school and in college. She graduated from Hofstra University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications.
She began her boxing career as a youth boxing trainer. Soon, she started entering local bouts, winning her first fight in 2002 at the NY Empire State Games in Syracuse. She also was a volunteer for a government-funded program designed to teach troubled youth the virtues of boxing and keep them off the streets.
Later, while working as a personal fitness and boxing trainer at popular sports clubs in the New York City area, like Chelsea Piers and Gleason’s Boxing Gym, she used fighting and boxing to encourage clients to “find their warrior within.” While continuing to train clients, Castronuova kept boxing competitively, winning a pair of “Silver Gloves” in 2004, the second-place prize in the Golden Gloves competition. Determined to redeem herself, Castronuova came back one year later and won her first New York Golden Gloves championship at Madison Square Garden in 2005 in front of a televised, capacity crowd.
When you think of champagne, images of luxury and indulgence naturally come to mind.
But how can champagne actually help your love life?
Meet Cara Alwill Leyba, creator of "THE CHAMPAGNE DIET" and Certified Master Life Coach Cara who encourages women to celebrate themselves every day, raise a toast to all their accomplishments, and create a "Champagne Life." Through loving support, guidance, and an expert perspective, Cara empowers women to be the change agent in their lives.
Her blog, TheChampagneDiet.com has been featured in Glamour, Shape, Marie Claire UK, Cosmopolitan South Africa, and a host of other publications worldwide. Cara's writing has been featured in The Huffington Post, Marie Claire, xoJane, Mind Body Green, and many other sites.
When she’s not popping bubbly and blogging, Cara spends her days leading a digital advertising team at MTV Networks. She lives in Brooklyn, New York with her husband and dog.
Tune in to find out how greater self-love is the secret to finding and keeping love.
I've been shouting the lovely Cara Lopez Lee out on Twitter as a #winsomewriter for ages before I (finally) decided the time had come to invite this wonderful author of They Only Eat Their Husbands on the Lowdown! I can't wait to chat with her about her ghostwriting, editing, and journalistic adventures, too!
Cara Lopez Lee is the author of the memoir "They Only Eat Their Husbands" and coauthor of the novel "Back in the Real World." Cara has written, edited, or ghostwritten more than a dozen books. She coaches writers of all ages and abilities, and leads youth workshops for Denver's Lighthouse Writers Workshop. Her stories have appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Denver Post, Santa Fe New Mexican, Connotation Press, and Wazee Journal. She was a TV journalist in Alaska and North Carolina, and a writer/producer for HGTV, Food Network, and Discovery Health. Cara and her husband live in Denver.
Tabitha Brown - American Film and Television Actress 6:15pm
Tabitha has a strong theatrical resume and is amazing on the stage and screen! This summer the world will get a chance to see her with Brian Hooks in the SUPER COMEDY "Laughing to the Bank" in theaters 8.23.13. We'll speaking with her about her new short "film Dimend In The Rough"
Cara J - Writer & Motivational Speaker 7:15pm
In 2007, Cara founded Youthful Soul Enterprises, LLC the home of her creative writing and motivational speaking. She says: “I want to be the writer who makes the words come alive as if seeing a picture taking form for the human eye to see and the mind to relate to. That after reading every word a person can see a different view and perspective of and for themselves. Ultimately empowering them to change their lives for the better”. Cara has a Keep-It-Movin movement and she says yesterday is gone dare to live a greater today.