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Today on Unspoken Words, Robert Dunn chats with Alexandra Svokos! Alexandra (@asvokos) is a politics writer at Elite Daily. She previously worked at HuffPost and has been published in Refinery 29, Mic, Cosmopolitan and Quartz. A graduate of Columbia, she was editor of campus news sites Bwog & IvyGate. With so much at stake with the 2016 elction, making sure millennials are informed is essential so that we are able to make our voices heard.
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Today on Unspoken Words, Robert Dunn chats with Kelly Williams Brown on her TED talk "Millennials-why are they the worst"! Kelly was born in southern Louisiana, and have since lived in Mississippi, Oregon, Texas and Washington D.C. She studied journalism at Loyola University New Orleans, and worked as a daily news reporter for seven years before transitioning to copywriting and freelancing I have written a New York Times-bestselling book. She's also worked as a long-form features writer, a columnist for The Daily Beast, and cocktail waitress on Bourbon Street. Her work has appeared on or in the New York Times, the Today Show, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, Esquire, The Boston Globe and many more, and has been translated into seven language I also do speaking engagements; her TEDx Talk, "I'm a Millennial, and I am a Monster" was a TED.com editor's pick of the week.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Grace Helbig. She will discuss GRACE & STYLE: The Art of Pretending You Have It.
As Grace herself puts it, “Style is a simple way of saying, I showered.” The comedian with more than 5 million followers across social media and author of Grace’s Guide parodies the high fashion world and documents her own personal style evolution in her hilarious new book, which has already received high praise from Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, People StyleWatch, and Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso (see below).
In its opening pages, you will find that the comedian starts off her fun, irreverent book with the serious story that inspired her to write it: her struggle with an eating disorder that emerged her senior year of high school. Through the “therapy of comedy” she redefines her own self-image and gives young women the confidence to make their own fashion statements.
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Columnist, Author, and Reality TV Star Laura Leigh Abby discusses how to write out of the closet with authenticity. She’ll share how writing about her most vulnerable self led to truly connecting with an audience she didn’t know existed and how to persevere with writing when you receive a rejection.
Laura Leigh Abby is the author of The Rush and the creator of 2Brides2Be, an online wedding resource providing inspiration for the modern lesbian bride. She has written for Cosmopolitan, Upworthy, BuzzFeed, The New York Observer, and Salon.
Crystal-Lee Quibell is a memoirist, book coach and aspiring author.
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Today on Unspoken Words, Robert Dunn chats with Tonilyn Hornung! Tonilyn has always preferred writing in her room to playing kick-ball outside. Tonilyn’s essays have been published in Cosmopolitan, Redbook Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Harper's Baazar, Elle, and Woman's Day. She also has had pieces featured in True Story Magazine, Today's Woman, Underwired Magazine, Clever Magazine, Savvy Women’s Magazine, and The Union-Times Newspaper, Jacksonville. For just over a year she was a blogger for Pregnancy and Newborn Magazine (having just had a baby that helps), and she was one the most read bloggers for Skirt! National Magazine. She has appeared on TV and been interviewed for numerous radio programs discussing her knowledge of relationships. Her collection of essays for How to Raise a Husband won the award for Outstanding Non-Fiction at the Southern California Writers’ Conference.
TONIGHT 9P- KARDASHIANS LABELED AMERICAS FIRST FAMILY- WTH?!
“The Social Lab” TM Hyman Radio is a high-energy exchange of views, insight and entertainment executive produced and hosted by TM Hyman with co-host Madam Boston, Hot Chocolate, Sabe James, along with special correspondents DD Willingham & Toya Cooper. The one-hour weekly program offers a unique blend of fresh topics and practical conversations with over 100,000 listeners worldwide. The show has featured regular celebrity guest including Supa Producer Bing Dawg (Straight Outta Compton Soundtrack), Dru Hill, Cast of Money & Violence, Mack Wilds, Joe Smith, Dawn Richard (Dirty Money), High Five, 112, Dr. Gray Ray (FAMU) and so many others. Each Monday, Wednesday & Friday TM Hyman engages co-hosts and guests in substantive and provocative discussions on a wide range of topics including: politics, health, finance, sports, technology and pop culture. A humorous, but insightful navigation of the issues that matter from fresh, diverse points of view is the show's hallmark. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES.
Log onto http://www.tmhymanradio.com to listen LIVE Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 9pm. Don't miss it!
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Canadian-born, LA-based Neo-Ragtime ''Feathered Frohawk Futuristic Art Deco Centric Harlem Renaissance Hep Music'' singer/songwriter/producer Dessy di Lauro is fresh from her spectacular Las Vegas Show at the Cosmopolitan and new EP released for her 2015 for her world tour in parallel with Madonna’s Rebel Heart tour.
Vanessa Campagna is a young pop singer/songwriter with an accomplished past and a brilliant future who has been described as a precociously gifted vocal powerhouse and a mature singer reminiscent of a young Celine Dion.” She writes songs for films, blows away audiences, rfecsords great songs...she does it all.
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#TNT 049: In the process of overcoming his own numerous life issues, which were at some point very limiting, he has gone on to excel, as his writing & expertise have been featured in Time Magazine, Huffington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The Readers Digest, US News & World Report, Cosmopolitan, Self Magazine, Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, First for Women, BrainWorld, New York Daily News, WebMD, LIVESTRONG, Intent, and many more. And has appeared as an expert guest on several local, national and international radio and television shows across the globe, to help people realise they can live life virtually free of suffering. Join The Nigerian Queen of Talk - Alex Okoroji LIVE on Friday Radio Special, 29 January 2016 @ 9pm GMT | 10pm WAT | 11pm CAT | 1pm PST | 3pm CT | 4pm EST | as she chats with Guest, American Clinical Hynotherapist, Self Improvement Expert & Author - DR JOHN MCGRAIL about his book "The Synthesis Effect" and how it works to empower lives across a wide variety of life issues, from building self esteem & confidence, breaking unwanted or unhealthy habits, behaviors to overcoming stress, anxiety, finding and maintaining lasting relationships.
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BEAU DAVIDSON - THE AMERICAN GENTLEMAN - MUSICIAN & PERFORMER
Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Regional EMMY® nominee Beau Davidson is an international recording artist, songwriter, and actor. He graduated Northwestern University with a degree in vocal performance/opera and political science. On stage, Beau appeared as Danny Zuko in Grease and A Little Night Music opposite Patti LuPone. His television credits include Days of Our Lives and Gilmore Girls. Beau was named one of Nashville’s 25 Most Beautiful People, Cosmopolitan’s 51 Hottest Bachelors. He appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, Fox & Friends, Entertainment Tonight and Clear Channel as an Artist to Watch. Beau starred on The Bold and The Beautiful, acting and singing. Beau performed at the American Spirit Pageant and was a special entertainer for Miss Universe pageants. He sang at the MAACO Las Vegas Bowl live on ESPN. The Blessed documentary-style music video honoring the US military debuted on CMT. He sang Blessed at the 2015 National Memorial Day Parade live and televised. Beau sings “Blessed” in the 2016 Hallmark movie The Ultimate Legacy with Raquel Welch, Brian, marking the fourth major licensing of the song, and his Renaissance man quality as actor, singer, and composer. Visit www.BeauDavidson.net
The year our country was born, 1867 Canada had a population of 3.4million. After WW1, as leaders arrived in Paris to redraft the borders of Europe and end war forever we were 8,300,000. At the end of WW11, the second largest country by land mass had grown to 12million citizens. And today we are only 35.3million; 11% the size of US and slightly more than half the size of UK's 65million. Except for a growth bubble after WW11, interest in freemasonry has been fairly steady. Economists told us that economic stability depended on a growing population- more people gainfully employed producing and spreading the tax base. Sociologists and political leaders have known for decades that immigration has been below the growth required. But what has this to do with freemasonry? Everything and nothing. The pool has become shallower. To replenish our numbers we did what any old firm might do and held fast relying on the appeal of our brand. What we didn't calculate were the unassailable social and cultural changes that made us compete in the marketplace of popular opinion. Many factors congealed and bumped us off our pedestal. And we have only ourselves to blame for our struggle to get ahead of the curve. One might think the drop off of membership might reenergize us to challenge the trends, to objectively understand what has been happening and adjust accordingly. Even though we are chaffing, it is no easy matter for this old firm to modernize. The facts revealed the folly. It isn't a matter of 'if' we modernize but when and how? We need to be cosmopolitan; we need to be colour blind; we need to be secular; we need to show intelligence and confidence. Confidence happens when we have the necessary courage to act. Intelligence we reveal in the way we design and conduct ourselves. Has age made us that timid?
TWU Radio welcomes Dr. John McGrail to the show! Dr. John McGrail is a clinical hypnotherapist, self improvement expert, spiritual teacher and author of The Synthesis Effect: Your Direct Path to Personal Power and Transformation.
He has been featured in Time, Readers Digest, U.S. News & World Report, Cosmopolitan, Self, Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, First for Women, BrainWorld, The Chicago Tribune, New York Daily News, Huffington Post, WebMD, LIVESTRONG, Intent, and many more.
His Synthesis process is dedicated to helping people create health, wellness, personal change, growth, empowerment and spiritual balance both quickly and profoundly. It is focused on the integration or synthesis of science and spirit.
Today we will discuss the Synthesis process and how it works to empower lives across a wide variety of life issues, from building self esteem and confidence, breaking unwanted or unhealthy habits and behaviors to overcoming stress, anxiety and finding and maintaining lasting relationships.
To learn more about Dr. McGrail, visit his website: http://synthesiseffect.com/