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Join Otto at 10:30p CST every Saturday Night to find out the facts and fiction surrounding today's Socio-political and financial landscape in the U.S. and beyond. Tonight: Otto's insights on the travesty surrounding the sexual assault of a New York hotel worker by ex- IMF Chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Call in at (323) 443-7239 or join in at the Chat room. We'd love to hear your voice!
James Kahn is an American medical specialist and writer, best known for his novelization of Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. Born in Chicago on December 30, 1947, Kahn received a degree in medical studies from the University of Chicago. His post-graduate training, specializing in Emergency Medicine, was completed at USC-LA County Hospital and UCLA. His original work includes three novels in the New World series: World Enough, and Time (1980), Time's Dark Laughter (1982), and Timefall (1987). As well as Return of the Jedi, he wrote the novelizations of the filmsPoltergeist and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom. He has also written for well-known television series such as Melrose Place and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He was the producer ofMelrose Place from 1996 to 1998.
Thanks for tuning into SportsManRadio! Tonights show will include:
- Interview with former Carolina Panthers DE/LB who was recently waived and is now one of the NEWEST members of the San Diego Chargers, Thomas Keiser!
- NFL chat with founder of ProInterviews.org, Max Strauss! We'll get his thoughts on some of news that has been going on around the NFL.
- What undrafted rookie NFL free-agents have the best chance of making an NFL 53-man roster this season? Writer from NFLDraftZone.com, Shaun DePasquale will join me to break that down.
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With the release of her new EP "Wicked Heart" Love Dominique is ready to hit the national scene. Called "Fresh, Modern R&B with a bold edge" by the Houston Chronicle, "Wicked Heart", solely written and vocally produced by Love Dominique, is setting the stage for whats to come from this emerging talent.
?If you ask Houston TX native, Love Dominique what she wants you to hear when listening to her music she will tell you something “sultry, soulful and seductive”. The 2 time Houston Press Award nominee draws from influences from Brandy to Tina Turner while blending the genres of soul, jazz and R&B to put together an infectious blend of records that aim to have you think of
Please join Host Pam Kroskie as she interviews author, filmmaker and adoptee Jean Strauss.
A graduate of UC Berkeley and USC, wife of a college president and mother of two grown sons, she began making documentary films at the age of 50. Her short films won numerous award and accolades, and were included in prestigious screenings from American Cinematheque's annual "Women in Shorts" which displays emerging women directors, to the San Diego Cinema Society's "A Year in Shorts." Her books include Penguin's "Birthright: the Guide to Search and Reunion", and the NYTimes bestseller, "Forever Liesl: a memoir of The Sound of Music".
Jean Strauss has chosen several paths in her life, most recently legislative activist and documentary filmmaker. Jean now has two feature documentarries. She combines these two passions into films that touch the hearts of the adoption constellation.
On the Tuesday, February 26th, 2013 broadcast at 9AM Pacific/12PM Eastern our special guest is health economist diva, member in good standing ('see Jane Think') of The Walking Gallery Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, aka @healthythinker. Jane is an in demand voice on Health 2.0, Health Data Palooza, other patient empowerment venues including health tech forums. She also publishes the popular blog 'health populi. For more about this amazing woman and in her own ways: Jane Sarasohn-Kahn is a heal
Brian O’Neal was born July 5, 1965, in Detroit, MI. He first discovered his passion for music at the age of six when he took his first drum lesson. Although Brian (known to his friends as "Bean") learned to play many instruments, including the saxophone, bass, and trombone; he aspired to be a professional drummer. That is until his junior year in high school, when he was asked by his band teacher to fill in on the piano for the band’s performance. Brian instantly became mesmerized with the idea of mastering such a magnificent and gentle instrument. His grandmother, "Daisy O'Neal", then bought him his first piano. As a self- taught Pianist, he later received a full musical scholarship to Alcorn State University.
O'Neal has shared the stage with many great musicians over the past two decades including: Will Downing, Morris Day and the Time, India Arie, Ledisi, Fantasia, Angela Bofill, Stevie Wonder, Maze (featuring Frankie Beverly), Alex Bugnon, George Duke, Pieces of a Dream, Chaka Kahn, Najee, Kindred the Family Soul, and Jeff Lorber.
O’Neal won the Wayman Tisdale Humanitarian of the Year award from American Smooth Jazz Awards and Changemaker of the Year 2013.
Founded in 2009 by musician/composer Brian O'Neal & Author/Artist Manager Kelly Adolph, The DO Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that helps homeless individuals, families and children realize or regain a life of self-sufficiency. Their primary initiatives are: providing hands on immediate assistance to individuals residing on the streets, this includes but is not limited to, clothing, meals, personal products, etc. They encourage others to stand up and Do Something through donations, time, resources, transportation or merely an ear to listen.
Girls' athletics are just the tip of the iceberg that is gender equity in schools. Many educators are aware that Title IX requires schools to allow girls equal access to school sports. But not everyone knows that Title IX also prohibits sex-based discrimination in school, which can take many forms.
Guest, Dr. Susan Strauss, is the author of Sexual Harassment and Bullying - A Guide to Keeping Kids Safe and Holding Schools Accountable. She will talk to us about bullying and sexual harassment in schools and tell us how to stop sex-based discrimination when it happens and prevent it from occurring in the future.
Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC).
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Dominique Sanders holds an MBA, has worked overseas in the education field, and traveled all over Europe before age 30.
Tonight we'll discuss the details of her start, unexpected perils, and her first dollar of profit.
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Midwest First Team Defense, Dominique Rogers was a key piece to Trinity secondary. Rogers finished the season with 37 tackles, four tackles-for-loss and two interceptions. Rogers now looks to continue his career by making it in the NFL. Bringing the next generation of tomorrows NFL stars on the