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SC host Ron Jackson of The Smooth Jazz Ride chats with guitarist Craig Chaquico about his career and new release Fire Red Moon. Ron will play tracks from this hot blues-based CD. Callers and chatroom visitors with questions for Craig are welcome. Note: This is rescheduled from Nov. 29.
Join ‘She’ and Craig Meriwether as he shares his story of transformation and how he cured his own depression. He will share his wisdom and helpful ways to checkin if you are depressed and ways you might get out of it.
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Bare Naked Bliss
Another week another awesome interview. This week I have the honor of interviewing "The Big Deal" Craig Steele. Craig and myself will talk about his career as well as the upcomming Pro Wrestling Syndicate "All Fired Up" in September. We will also talk about his dream matchups and the future. As always the phone lines will be open (323)870-4022. If you have a question for Craig or if you want to talk independent wrestling feel free to call in. Thank you for listening and as always continue to support independent wrestling.
Join author Craig Steven Wilder for a discussion of his recent book - Ebony&Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's University. Craig Steven Wilder is a professor of American history at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has taught at Wiliams College and Dartmouth College.
Many of America's revered colleges and universities - from Harvard, Yale, and Princeton to Rutgers, Williams College, and UNC - were soaked in the sweat and the tears, and sometimes the blood of people of color. The earliest academies proclaimed their mission to Christianize the savages of North America, and played a key role in white conquest. Later, the slave economy and higher education grew up together, each nurturing the other. Slavery funded colleges, built campuses, and paid the wages of professors. Enslaved Americans waited on faculty and students; academic leaders aggressively courted the support of slave owners and slave traders. Significantly, as Wilder shows, our leading universities, dependent on human bondage, became breeding grounds for the racist ideas that sustained them.
Ebony and Ivy is a powerful and propulsive study and the first of its kind, revealing a history of oppression behind the institutions usually considered the cradle of liberal politics.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes writers and producers Craig Van Sickle and Steve Mitchell to Conversations LIVE to discuss creativity, the success of their projects like TIN MAN and THE PRETENDER and what you can expect from them next.
It's been about a year since the organization grew, it grew so much it consumed me in every way, more groups than possible, more out reach hoping that everyone would be able to find a voice or ear. I had this weird vision that their could be a great unity of survivors, I saw this great potential for survivors. As we grew I disapeared, it happened so quick their was so much need. But for the need and the good there would be like dragons people who only destroyed and went after people, it fed them some how, then there is the political areana their as out of control as survivors that;s its own part of us, there is big money in brain injury..
I am really looking forward to camp, after camp i have to put things in perspective, i have litterally let everything go in this quest a quest that many don't want one that maybe i am tired of fighting, i have not really had contact with reality for a year I have been so busy, busy putting into place my life now, three priorities 1. get out of the poverty bracket 2. Do things for me 3. follow the path that will be infront of me.
I know the universe has some warped thing in store for me, now its time to explore that, finding that place where what i have to offer will make me a living. Building my new life one that fulfills my dreams and my childerns. What that is I don't know but i know it's coming now, believing in me, i just need to keep my mind open because it might not even be in this field what i do know dont offer enough value to sustain my family so that tells me something, tonight explore do we expire or what
Tonight on Sports Talk with Bryan Nolen, we will share the exclusive news that we received regarding the news on the future of #Lebron James! We will also talk to #NBA insider, Craig Sager Jr about the drama with #Melo, Lebron, #Gasol and more! We will also get an update on his father! #FIFA #WorldCup recap between #Germany and #Brazil as well as top headlines! We are LIVE!
Kelli Richards is the CEO of the All Access Group and host of All Access Radio. Tonight's Guest is none other than the famous guitarist, rock-n-roll legend, Craig Chaquico.
Craig is the former lead guitarist of the famous 1970’s rock-n-roll group Jefferson Starship. Craig has been playing music professionally since he was fourteen.
Craig Chaquico and has had over 30 years of success with acts such as Jefferson Starship in the 1970’s, Starship in the 1980’s, and as a solo jazz for the last 20 years. He has released 11 albums as a solo artist including “Acoustic Planet,” which was nominated for a Grammy in 1994 and reached number one on the Billboard charts. His most recent album, “Follow the Sun,” was released in 2009 and features contributions from Peter White and Rolf Hartley as well as a “more modern, sensuous” cover of Kenny G’s hit song “Songbird.”Craig has also worked as a studio musician for 25 years and contributed guitar tracks to Gumby: The Movie in 1995.
Outside of recording music, he has worked with the Washburn Guitar Company to design his own signature series guitar, the Washburn EA-20. As an environmentalist, he asked that the company plant a
tree for each Chaquico guitar made.
You can hear Kelli Richards entire interview series on her website at http://AllAccessGroup.com under the Resources Tab / BlogTalkRadio.
A TIME FOR REFLECTION
Just finished up our most popular event we do, hoopfest yesterday, and today makes the official end of our fiscal year but we have been broke for a couple months, and many of the popular things dont really get much money. But here we go to our 7th brain injury camp, which this year my radar stops
This last year i tracked what we do and the cost verses funding sources but this time I am factoring in the personal cost on me. The last 6 months of last fiscal year its been 7 days a week 10 to 15 hour days, all which i do to myself, emails (tens of thousands of emails each month) and phones are not handled it comes down to doing the physical work, making sure groups go off, I have spent a couple of years mentoring a group of very capiple men and woman who will take over support groups officially tomorrow (THE 5) i PLan on calling them into the show tonight they dont know it ill post this on their facebook walls and hour before
Many other projects I have put much effort into self sustaining leadership, people who can do it!!! (Im calling them into the show too) i hope.
I have been finalizing tasks and evaluating everything for the last 43 days and am now in reflective mode, evaluating where i fit, evaluating any service that cannot be sustained or that is sustained poorly letting it fail.
Doing my first ever personaal budget for this next fiscal year, being real with the efforts and as a person with a disability giving a far days work for any wages through grants and not straining me and my family trying to fix the world,
The biggest thing is i am eliminating myself on anything politacal, Im done I've lost friends over it, see the hurt and frustration on survivors really trying to change their circumstances in live only to find out their an industry. And the fact that survivors can't get along either, hopeles
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