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Faith Simone’s passion for writing began as a young girl and has continued to blossom. She is a poet, playwright and novelist. She is also an active blogger, sharing her personal thoughts on writing and tips for authors on her website FaithSimone.com. Simone is adamant about using her gift of writing as a tool to help promote humanity, understanding and compassion.
Stephanie will be chatting with authors Geneva Lee and Sierra Simone about their novels.
Geneva Lee prefers fantasy to reality, especially fantasies involving powerful, dangerous, and sexy men. You can find her devouring a good romance while avoiding the laundry and the children. She lives in Kansas City with her family.
Geneva on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1XxMLn5
Sierra Simone is a USA Today Bestselling former librarian (who spent too much time reading romance novels at the information desk.) She lives with her husband and family in Kansas City.
Sierra on Amazon: http://amzn.to/1kPbZ2f
In part 2 of our interview with Dr. Simone Uwan she shares important knowledge and wisdom that's helping her overcome Sickle Cell Anemia. We'll also hear about Dr. Joel Wallach's nutritional plan that includes "90 Essential Nutrients" that are improving the health of thousands. Dr. Wallach was trained as a veterinarian and later studied to become an internal medicine physician. His personal journey as a child on a farm and his experience in the medical system has given him the wisdom that is revolutionizing the health picture. Don't miss this important show.
Nina Simone and Mohammed Ali are the inspiration for this show. Their activism, beliefs and convictions put their careers in jeopardy.Ms. Simone was blackballed and suffered mentally from her strong beliefs and statements regarding the treatment of Black people in America. Because Mohammed Ali refused to fight in the Vietnam War, he was stripped of his title. They both stood strong. Hae musicians, artists, actors and writers in our community lost the plot? Hip-Hop used to be message music and now it's anything but. Are we as artists obligated to speak to the times? Does our music, do our books and plays provoke thoughtful dialogue or controversy? Where is the activism today? Join me and my guests, Eloise Laws of the iconic Laws Family, Roz Ayers-Williams, playwright, Rita Graham, vocalist and author, Joan Cartwright, entertainer, activist and founder of Women in Jazz South Florida, as well as others who are calling in to hear their thoughts on the state of our art today.
My guest is Dr. Simone Uwan who did her undergraduate work at Columbia University in New York City, majoring in biology and pre medical sciences. She graduated in 1993 and interned as assistant reseacher at UCLA before attending medical school at Stanford University School of Medicine in 1995, where she also did research inblood disorders including alpha and beta Thalassemia. She graduated from med school in 2001 and attended the Stanford affiliated San Jose Family practice residency where she trained to become a family practice physician. She practiced medicine in Northern California until 2010. Because of health challenges, she moved to Florida and practiced for a few years in Orlando until June 2013 when she was forced to stop working because of her health challenges. Dr. Uwan will share her current partnership with "Youngevity", a company founded by Dr. Joel Wallach.
MENTAL WELLNESS MEANS LOVING YOURSELF…HOW DO YOU RATE? OUR HOLIDAY SURVIVAL PLAN.
Our valued guest is Simone Alexander, LMFT, LPC, NCC, DCC….well when I got to DCC I simply had to ask what are all of these initials? DCC means Distance Credentialed Counselor and she is extremely knowledgeable about mental health, Simone knows her stuff!!
Tonight Simone will explain the mechanics of mental health, mental illness and mental wellbeing. Does the pure language trip us up to where we hesitate to investigate the possibility of our mental status? Are there certain situations that can describe the onset of losing your wellness?
Some of the questions that you may be wondering about: WHAT IS PTSD? ARE YOU DEPRESSED? Shattering the Myths of Mental Health, did your family shun the thought of needing assistance with your mental wellbeing?
Tune in and learn some basic techniques you can use immediately to improve your life.
See you on the radio.
Every week, the Nonprofit Nation hosts #EverythingNonprofit. Join us for this great episode on starting a nonprofit.
Far too many think that starting a nonprofit is as simple as forming a corporation, getting tax-exemption and then making requests for grant funding. There is, however, so much more to do. A nonprofit should be thought of as a small business, not just a place to provide help to others. The foundation is critical.
If you have an interest in starting a nonprofit, you won't want to miss Nonprofit expert Simone Joye, founder of several successful nonprofits including the National Association of Nonprofit Professionals (NANPP) and Young People Matter (YPM) share her proven strategies for success .
Call-In Your Questions for the Q&A period - (347) 855-8700
Back In The Game with Mena Freeman, featuring DJ C Coop (Chris C Coop Cooper) is LIVE on BlogTalkUSA every Wednesday night at 8pm CST! Mena Freeman, author of NYT Best Seller "Back In The Game: A Dating Playbook For Men Over 40" offers tips, tools and advice for anyone ready to jump Back In The Game! The ladies of SBSB (Simple But Sexy Beauties) will join Mena Freeman and DJ C Coop to kick off the first episode of Back In The Game on BlogTalkUSA! Don't miss our LIVE chat with Roschel Santee, Sabrina Simone, Kyzia Walcott,Bri Garza, and Danielle Bradley of SBSB! Listen LIVE or join the discussion by calling (347)855-8118 every Wednesday night from 8-9pm CST!
My guest tonight in my Cabaret Series is Yvonne Constant. Yvonne Constant began her career as a ballet dancer, but because of her comedic flair and charismatic personality, the other dancers urged her to become a musical comedy performer instead. Yvonne was cast to play multiple roles for the Broadway production of "La Plume de Ma Tante" and won a Tony award. When she did "The Gay Life" with Barbara Cook, Yvonne received a New York Drama Critics Citation as on of the season's Most Promising Actresses. Yvonne was chosen by Richard Rodgers for a principal role in "No Strings," "She had 45 appearance on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson."
In addition, she has narrated or dubbed over 20 French movies including the much acclaimed, "Parfait", and was also the voice of Simone de Bauvoir. In 2007, Yvonne was one of the stars in the City Center rival of "Follies" in New York. She received 14 rave reviews for her rendition of "Ah, Paris!"
Yvonne's memorable one woman show, "Yvonne Constant Sings Yves Montand" was standing room only in theatres and concert halls in New York, Chicago, and Washington D.C.
In recent years Yvonne has performed in several cabaret venues in the New York Metropolitan area including The Reprise Room, Danny's Skylight Room, The National Arts Club and the critically acclaimed Metropolitan Room where she appears regularly always with constantly updated shows. For many years her shows have been presented by Cabaret Legend Jan Wallman and her music director since 2006 has been the multi faceted Russ Kassoff. Yvonne is playing the Metropolitan Room the day after this podcast airs live, on November 17, 2015.
For more information about Yvonne Constant, visit her web page at http://www.yvonneconstant.com/
In 2011, Pete met French singer Séverine Casati who was also battling with the day-to-day monotony of a full-time job rather than fulfilling her love of music. Pete remembered promising Séverine that if, one day, he formally embarked on a music career, she would be the first person he would call to sing in his band. As chance would have it, three years later she indeed was the first person he contacted with regard to his new music project – Late Nite Cable.
Séverine Casati, who was born in Westfield, NJ, moved with her family back to France at the age of five. She was raised near Versailles, a suburb of Paris, where she began singing and expressing her love for music at the age of seven when she began piano lessons. Seduced by African-American music, Séverine's first inspiration was Louis Armstrong.
She studied classical music and jazz for 12 years in a conservatory of music where she also performed as a soloist beginning at age 10. Her influences are Portishead, The Cranberries, Radiohead, Muse, Nina Simone, Ben Harper, Jeff Buckley, Sting, Dido, Sixto Rodriguez, Amy Winehouse and Eddie Vedder.
After living in Mexico and Montreal where she continued singing in a number of folk and pop bands, Séverine finally settled down in New York City in 2011, which had been her dream venue since she was very young. As the founding members of Late Nite Cable, Pete and Séverine, along with their live band, plan to make a big splash in the synth pop and electronic pop market.
Equipped with an EP that will be released in September 2015 and with a few additional singles to be released soon thereafter, they plan to continue releasing a significant amount of content throughout the rest of 2015 and 2016.
Nonprofit Leader, Coach and Advisor, Simone Joye discusses how employees in the corporate sector can successfully transfer to the nonprofit sector. After this broadcast, you will know how to:
Sell, not only your passion, but your skills and education to nonprofit hiring personnel.
Negotiate a top salary; and,
Determine the best nonprofits to work for.
If you are thinking of making the transition from the corporate office to a nonprofit, tune in and be empowered!
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