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We have come to another week and much remains the same, much has also changed. If you are reading this you are in the land of the living and you can see. So give God The Glory. I would like to say Thank You to all our listeners as well. Let’s get to it folks. This is the second week of our Repopulation of the Nation series. By looking at the numbers you are enjoying the show. We are dedicated to bringing you quality and quantity. Mo music, mo mus
His album Crank Calls won him a Grammy in 1995 and he's won two Emmys for his sitcom appearances.
He's Jonathan Winters and he gives voice to Papa Smurf in the new film, but he also voiced Grandpa Smurf in the 1980s TV cartoon series.
Winters has practiced comedy for over 60 years
Bewitching Radio and Kriss Morton Present an interview with Danica Winters. Danica is touring with her latest book Montana Mustangs; book 2 of the Nymph series!
Danica Winters is a bestselling author who is known for writing award-winning books that grip readers with their ability to drive emotion through suspense and often a touch of magic. When she’s not working she can be found in the wilds of Montana working on her patience while she tries to understand the allure of various crafts (quilting, pottery and painting are not her thing). She always believe the cup is neither half full nor half empty, but it better be filled with wine.
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Montana Mustangs -Heat Level: Sensual, m/f, HEA
A Nymph. A woman with the ability to seduce at will, shift to protect, but cursed with the fate to have the man she falls in love with die a tragic death. As one of the ill-fated nymphs, Aura Montgarten has spent her lifetime drifting from one place to another hiding from love. Until she meets Dane. (full synopsis here)
Smokin' George Winters - from Davison, Michigan - joins The Thomas Loop's host, Tom Proctor - I'll be interviewing George, along with spinning three of his tracks in this 30 minute broadcast.
George's bio is taken from his site - www.smokingeorge.com
George plays keyboard, guitar, harmonica and also sings. The son of a Hammond B3 organ salesman, George got his musical start very early in life. As a child he would entertain the audience during intermission in the local theater by playing the organ.George has produced five compact disc recordings. The first, entitled "The Seed" was completed in 1994 and was recorded in less than two hours. "The Seed" was picked up by major retailers in Michigan, including Harmony House, prompting some local success. George's second effort, "Rhythm," released in 1998, is comprised mostly of original music with instrumentation including the Hammond B3, drums, bass, guitar and piano.His love of the dueling pianos concept also began in 1998 at JD's Key Club in Pontiac, MI and continues to this day. You can see George at select Dueling Pianos clubs - just click on "show dates" on his web page for a complete schedule.With the release of his fifth CD, "Back to the B3" George hopes to put his music into more hands than ever, using the internet medium to deliver his creations. "Back to the B3" will be available soon from online retailers such as iTunes, or you can order directly from this website.
Dr. Kelley Winters a writer and consultant on issues of gender diversity in medical and public policy. She is the founder of GID Reform Advocates, author of Gender Madness in American Psychiatry: Essays from the Struggle for Dignity, member of the International Advisory Committee for the World Professional Association for Transgender Health Standards of Care, and an Advisory Board Member for TransYouth Family Allies. Kelley has presented papers and presentations on gender policy issues at annual conventions of the American Psychiatric Association, the American Psychological Association, the American Counseling Association and the Association of Women in Psychology. She was instrumental in reforming Colorado drivers license policy in 2006 and in adding Gender Identity and Expression to employment policies of the Hewlett-Packard Company. Kelley received the Colorado Pride Award in 1999 and the 2007 Melissa Chapman Award for Social Change from the Gender Identity Center of Colorado. She came to south Florida to escape the cold Rocky Mountain winter, and she's still here
YouTube 1 Minute Promo: http://youtu.be/-Ye6QgLJ1bQ
The Emerson E. Evans School of Business is a student-centered, business school dedicated to opening learning opportunities for students in leadership, collaboration, and business management. To successfully meet the challenges of the global market place, students develop partnerships with business owners and leaders to explore business operations and opportunities.
This week, it is our pleasure to feature Jason Winters, Assistant Professor, and Director Center for Small Business Entrepreneurship & MBA and Director of the Hospitality Management Program on Wednesday March 27, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. afternoon on our Podcasting Radio and TV Network Channel.
Jason will discuss:
- Springing into the Emerson E. Evans School of Business
- New and More Convenient MBA Program
- The Bob Evans Hospitality Management Program
- Scholarship Opportunities for Spring and Fall Semesters
There are some exciting new programs and directions that the University of Rio Grande and Rio Grande Community College are undertaking now and in the very near future.
You will find Jason Winters well worth listening to.
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Make sure to tune in Friday night as UJR explores a polar view on exotics establishing themselves in the US. Many people are often amazed to discover that in several New York City boroughs and nearby cities in NJ, large gregarious flocks of bright green parrots known as Quakers or Monk Parrots fly about the skyline where they've been a fixture for years bringing an exotic touch the Urban landscape and freely reproducing despite the severe & freezing winters of the Northeast. Where as legislation typically looks to eradicate exotics, we'll see how local residents and even lawmakers are fighting to protect this established exotic and how one woman is making it her personal battle to help them. Join us as we speak with Alison Fragale, founder of the Edgewater Parrot Society who has negotiated with lawmakers and even PSE&G in favor of protecting these welcomed exotic city fixtures which don't look like they are leaving anytime soon...
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This is an amazing oppurtunity for The Dash to welcome you, an Emmy award winning Director of the upcoming extraterrestrial sensation " Sirius", Amardeep Kaleka Amardeep is the director of the upcoming documentary film entitled "Sirius" that deals with new energy suppression and the anomalies that might prove ETs not only exist, but that they travel to Earth. Amardeep was born in India, but raised in Milwaukee. He remembers the initial shock of moving from a warm tropical climate to the harsh winters in Wisconsin. He also remembers fondly growing up and playing in the inner city and poor blue collar neighborhoods of the Midwest. After earning his bachelor's degree at Marquette University, Amardeep decided to teach in the same tough neighborhoods, doing his best to affect change. Following his passion for storytelling in mass communication, he pursued and earned a Master's in Fine Arts degree in film and television production from the prestigious Savannah College of Art and Design. Amardeep is the youngest of two sons of the late Satwant Singh Kaleka - the founder of the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin who gave his life in defense of the gurudwara on August 5th, 2012.
Topics are: Same day voter registration. It's an invitation for voter fraud that the democrats are ramming it though the Colorado assembly. Colorado state senator Irene Aguilar is trying to force universal healthcare through the senate but no support from Republicans.
City of Centennial is looking to annex Siena and Tuscany subdivisions that have 1400 homes to pay for roads they use. Mayor Cathy Noon and Arapahoe county commissoner Rod Bockenfeld talk about the cost and beneifits of annexation.
Judge to setexecution date for convicted Chuck E Cheese murderer Nathan Dunlap which could fall between July 31 and September 1. The world lost a great comedian yesterday Jonathan Winters at age of 87. A wiz at improvisation and mimicry.