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At the age of 11, Afredo Diaz, and his family moved back to the U.S. from Puerto Rico. Alfredo was now writing short stories and drawing, which he continued to do through high school. Along the way, he added a few more art forms to his repertoire: he was a graffiti artist, a tattoo artist, and even started making posters for local musicians. It was around this time he fell into the underground society of NYC and went through a dark period in his life…until he met his present mentor one day while driving a limo and she encouraged him to keep writing. Writing turned into screenwriting, screenwriting turned into filmmaking and filmmaking turned into acting. Acting has taken over in a way he probably never would have expected. He’s studied acting with currently some of the best teachers, like Larry Moss, John Dapolito from AWG and Marketa Kimbrell from NYU Tisch. He’s been working since either as a hired actor or creating his own work and collaborating with other artists. As a playwright he's had his work up at The Barrow Group Theater where his play I Saved a Sewer Rat made it to the semi finals of the Networks One Act Festival. He also worked on a feature film called Override that played at several festivals, including The Hamptons Film Festival. Some of his other films include Holy Sapian with Charlie McDermott and Over the Harlem Moon. Alfredo has also received positive reviews for his work on stage. In Our Lady of 121st Street at The Queens Theater, Alfredo played the role of Balthazar, a cantankerous alcoholic and for For Petes Sake where he played Voice 2, the wild man in a dark comedy. Alfredo also originated the role of John Ryan in the play, Like You, which was part of a show entitled, Men Without Myth produced by BTC Productions at Urban Stages. Take 2 Radio chats with Alredo on March 16th 5pm EST
Join co-hosts Suzanne Strisower and Kathleen O'Keefe Kanavos for cutting edge interviews with healers who are sharing their perspectives on health and well being. In the first hour: Patricia Huff
Patricia Huff is a Massage and Energy Healing Practitioner and Author. She has been a Practitioner for ten years and has written three books and has appeared on Television to demonstrate Energy Healing techniques. Patricia is one of the few therapists integrating meditation with massage therapy sessions. This allows the patient/client to participate in their healing on a much deeper level.
Patricia’s books are very informative for anyone who seeks awareness of the vital link between maintaining good health and the power of thoughts.
In the second hour: Victoria Ann Diaz
Victoria Ann is a Certified Health Counselor and former pharmaceutical researcher, author, and quality assurance trainer. Her desire for a more natural, healthy lifestyle developed into a passion. Her ambitions led her to the holistic health coaching field. Her many goals include working with individuals to improve their health and lifestyle, inspiring corporate "lunch & learn" programs, and developing fun "eat what you grow" programs for children.
Join us in chat, or call in to speak with our guests at 646-652-2336.
Saturday, April 6 10am PST
Al Diaz, and co-host Dr. Shinshuri share their insights on “The Ultimate Love Connection”
Shinshuri, Ed.D is an emerging new author, business philanthropist, producer, and speaker in the field of self-empowerment and leadership development. She's the author of three books, has created many audio, video, and social learning programs, and has appeared on several radio and television shows.
Her books Super Conscious Model for Living and Expressions of Unconditional Love are featured as subject matter text for the Personal Transformation Leadership Program at Oracles of Truth Academy.
Shinshuri plans to release her newest book Chosen to Lead: My Journey of Personal Mastery and How to Reactivate Your Divine Connection in early 2013. Learn more about Shinshuri and her mission to generate sustainable revenue to support her philanthropic mission to be of selfless service through educational empowerment by manifesting tuition-free college education that doesn't require the use of student loans. www.shinshuri.com
Today’s UFC 158 conference call may go down as one of the most exciting in the history of the UFC as Georges St-Pierre and Nick Diaz waged a war of words. At times St-Pierre called Diaz “uneducated & jealous,” while Diaz claimed that he was a superhero that was wearing an anti-bullshit suit to put a stop to boring ass MMA.
Saturday, March 23 10am PST
Al Diaz and co-host Utasha Tharyamal share their insights on “The Miracle in India”
Utasha is a writer since birth, a curious researcher on living authentic lives, and a happy person who loves nature! Along with her new “Manna Foundation” that focuses on happier lives, she is also about to author her new book.
For The Miracle in India, Utasha is hosting the event because the honor of bringing about people of different cultures to share their visions and heal together in LOVE. She indicates “Many times we don’t really want to face the mirror where God loves us so much.” This extraordinary event is intended as a reflection of beauty, honor, and well-being, and that we will all shine upon one another as a group and one on one.
Saturday, March 16 10am PST Al Diaz and co-host Maggie Wilkins share their insights on “Jirung”. Jirung's assistant GM is Maggie Wilkins. Maggie has served as an assistant to renowned world teacher Eckhart Tolle, owner of several retreat centers, chef, and trained as a nun-monk, to have the perfect balance of mindful business and conscious customer service. Maggie, a native of Vancouver, Canada brings that special touch to complement the Jirung environme
Saturday, April 13 10am PST
Al Diaz and co-host Lori Chaffin share their insights on “Messages of Peace from Hawaii”
Lori Chaffin is the publisher of Hawaii Wellness Magazine with a decade of production across the islands. Also a full time resident of Hawaii, her work in media has spanned digital SEO networking, live internet production projects, community support and new concepts that foster collaborative relationships among business owners and independent entrepreneurs in the wellness community. An advocate for naturopathic solutions, her integrated approach to online marketing and progressive social networking initiatives have consistently bolstered connections and supported growth in the alternative healthcare arena. www.HawaiiWellnessMagazine.com
Saturday, March 9th 10am PST
Al Diaz and co-host Worth Grace share their insights on “Messages of Peace from Hawaii”
Messages of Peace from Hawaii is an intimate collection of wishes, prayers and stories from authors who write to humanity from their homes in the islands. With a foreword from Dr. Raj Kumar and a special submission from Dr. Aurora Juliana Ariel PhD, the book spans ages 8 to 75 years of age and includes heartfelt words from children, men and women from all different backgrounds. This is a poignant, integrated body of work that expresses the simple sincerity of Aloha and the love so many across the world currently seek.
Inspired by a desire to share the radiant kindness of their everyday lives, Publishers Worth Grace and Lori Chaffin sought to compile entries that demonstrated a unified stand across cultures to encourage readers to realize that peace is real, and wherever there is peace, there are prayers for all of humanity. Some silly, some serious, submissions were selected based on their ability to cheer the soul and power the mind - with the gentle spirit of Aloha has a common thread. In a world consumed by violent media, the entire book is a gem for our time.
Worth Grace is a publisher and writer with 10 years of experience producing in media at international and local levels. She has a BA in English, Journalism with experience across digital and print platforms, and she fuses a dynamic expertise in public relations with her passion for projects. She has studied the power of storytelling as a vehicle for community and change throughout her life, which started with her love for books as a child. She has worked intensively on projects in Romania, Mexico & across the United States. Now a full-time resident of Honolulu, she is the editorial director and co-founder of Inspired Wellness Publishing with Lori Chaffin. www.worthgrace.com
They are the Best New Artist – Kids Music. Their music is for everyone to enjoy. They turn a nursery rhyme into a mellow pop gem.When you listen to their music you would like to download them. They are a hip-shaking, head-bobbing LA band of fun on the kids music scene.
Richard Diaz returns to The Marathon Show. On a recent show, Richard untangled VO2 max and explained it so all could understand. Now he's on the show to talk about how to effectively use your HR monitor to drive your training, the importance of running form and how to improve your form and he offers a couple tips on common mistakes. Richard has evaluated and coached thousands of runners and now he brings his advice and experience to the audience.