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In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in Chief of Epilepsy.com/Professionals, interviews Anne T. Berg Ph.D., Professor in the Epilepsy Center, Northwestern Children's Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, about a New Classification system of Seizures and Epilepsy.
American Idol alum Lea Marie joins us for a full interview - she popped in last week for a few minutes to talk about her show at LA's venerable Whiskey A Gogo. We will play cuts from the new EP, Undercover Lover, including her new single, Take Me for a Ride". And if we are lucky, we can hear some of Lea Marie's soft, personal songs - just her and a piano. Eddie Grey, legendary guitarist and singer fresh from sold out shows joins us to play cuts from his new album Metamorphoses, released last month. With influences ranging from John Mayer and Jason Mraz to Crosby, Stills and Nash and Sting, his music and style defy any classification but superb. Music Friday is the weekly music and film program that interviews bands and musicians and film directors who make films about bands and musicians. And you choose the people we interview. Just go to musicfriday.nationbuilder.com and fill out the You Choose form and we will get the band you want.
Where is missing college student Molly Dattilo? 23-year-old Molly Dattilo was a student at Eastern Kentucky. The summer she vanished, she was living with her brother in Indianapolis and taking summer classes. On July 6, 2004, Molly attended two classes, ran some errands, and talked to friends. Around 7:30 p.m. she told her brother she was walking to a nearby Wendy’s to fill out a job application. She hasn't been seen since. Molly’s cell phone, ID, and ATM card were left behind at the apartment she shared with her brother. Description: Missing from: Indianapolis, Indiana Classification: Missing Date Of Birth: 06/13/82 Age at disappearance: 23 Current age: 31 Height: 5’0″- 5’1″ Weight: 100 – 105 lbs. Hair Color: Brown, with Blonde highlights Eye Color: Green/Hazel Race: White Gender: Female Distinguishing Characteristics: Right arm has dime-sized birthmark, outside of elbow. Tip of left thumbnail visibly deformed. Wears eyeglasses or clear contacts. Clothing: Pink tie-dye shirt with a white collar. Anyone with information regarding the disappearance of Molly Dattilo is encouraged to contact the Marion County Sheriff’s Department at 317-231-8154. OR contact CUE Center For Missing Persons at (910) 343-1131 24 hour tipline (910) 232-1687.
The Filthy Souls, an indie-rock band hailing from Manchester, England, possess a creative energy that drives their music and electric live performances. Their strength of voice transcends any era classification, while still giving just a hint of their many musical influences. Their obvious appeal to the masses comes from, as the Sunday Telegraph Australia calls it, a mixture of “Part Indie pop and part dirty, sexy rock-and-roll!."
Dinosaur Pile-Up are an English alternative rock band who formed in late 2007. Hailing from Leeds, West Yorkshire. Current members are lead singer and guitarist Matt Bigland, drummer Mike Sheils and bassist James Sacha. Their past members include Steve Wilson (2008-2010), Tom Dornford-May (2008-2010) and Harry Johns (2010-2011).
Vivian Billings, also known as the “NYC Gossip Girl” was first introduced to the entertainment industry in 2001 working as talent coordinator for “All Access DVD&rd
When considering the status of individuals supporting the organization, deciding between a contractor and an employee is not a simple question to resolve. While the "advantages" of avoiding full time employees may be appealing, the dangers of inappropriate classification cannot be ignered.
"Would You Consider Re-Classing Your Child For Sports?"
Sports Factor Well versed in a variety of sports, STB Sports Factor brings you Talk Show Host Mike B and men with a passion for the game, uncut and to the point. Tune into STB SportsTalk Radio as we discuss Professional to Pop Warner sports and topics every Tuesday 7:00pm-8:00pm.
Host Mike B will be touching on the subject of re-classification. Would you do it? Why or why not? What are some of the things to consider? Is it really beneficial to the student?
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A talk about the types of rock, ways to classify them and other properties commonly associated with the mineral kingdom. Presenting names and jargon used by collectors, dealers and geologists to deepen our understanding. Becoming better versed and recongizing terms gives us an advantage when discussing minerals. Books cited: e.guides, Rock and Mineral by John Farndon Website: www.BlueAventurine.com
In this episode we will discuss the origins of racism, how it has affected us in the past, how it continues to affect us today, and how through faith and education we can make a positive change among Christians. Our guest will be Pastor Frank Leggette from the Alleghany East Conference of SDA.
Welcome to another episode of the global sensation known as The Sack Heads Radio Show! We are looking into an ideological variation of a conservative think tank patterned after the United Nations type model. If you do not see the irony in that, you probably should not listen to this show. On this episode, the Sack Pack (Clint, Shaun, Rooster, and Ken) (Yea, I just did that) discuss the recent SCOTUS rulings on DOMA and the Voter Rights Act, the Southern Poverty Law Center and their classification of "Patriot" groups as extremists, the IRS, the Zimmerman trial (against our better judgement), and together with Ken, provide some historical context to the interesting times in which we live!
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On the 55episode of The G3 Podcast we have an amazing list of topics being put on the table for discussion.
First topic of the night will be Xbox One basic version being leaked! No Kinect will be included but will be cheaper. Next up we will talk about how Kickstarter is finally coming to Canada! Currently Kickstarter is only open to creators from the United States and Europe but later this summer that will change. Kickstarter is a website where people can list their projects and other people can donate money to invest in the project. Speaking of Kickstarter the Ouya was released and some people are unhappy. Some of the early backers of the Ouya Kickstarter are still waiting for their console to arrive. These people were promised they would receive their Ouya before it hit retail stores, it didn't go down that way. Then we hop into the Australian Ban of Saints Row 4 and State of Decay. Saints Row 4 was not given a classification in Australia which means it will not be sold. Within 24 hours State of Decay was given the same fate. Also what upcoming games will our podcast hosts are planning on purchasing? Lastly our hosts discuss what are some of the weirdest/random games we have ever seen?