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I was buillied on Facebook this week for suggesting, just suggesting that Dylan Farrow forgive her step-father, Woody. When Dylan Farrow was 7 years old, strong allegations were made with eyewitness testimony by two babysitters that nearly confirmed that Dylan Farrow was sexually abused by Woody Allen. Mia Farrow swears by it. An op ed piece came out in the New York Times last year around the time Woody Allen received a lifetime achievement award. It was written by a 28 yr old Dylan Farrow that her father had indeed sexually assaulted her. Maureen Orth, a journalist who studied the situation, court testimony and doctor evaluations for 20 years wrote a 10 part list in Vanity Fair implying that Woody Allen was guilty by the surmountable evidence. Moses Farrow contends that his mother was on a hate rampage and brainwashed the kids into thinking Woody Allen had done it when he had not. Even so, we have all taken our bent on the subject matter and made our conclusions. I want to address the format I suggested the forgiveness in was probably not the wisest and apologize to the I support Dylan Farrow FB page.
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Pass the Buck Talking Horses with Special Guest Jockey Dylan Davis. Hosted by Buck Grottano, Dina Albarano and Bill Gotimer. Join us as we get you ready for the Kentucky Derby! We will feature this Saturday's Races from Dubai, Fair Grounds and Gulfstream Park! Feel free to give us a call and talk LIVE with our Hosts @ 714-816-462
Join host Lynda Cheldelin Fell on Grief Diaries Radio as she talks with Carole Brody Fleet, a multi-award winning author of Happily Even After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond) the Grief of Widowhood. Carole, widely recognized as a leader in the areas of grief and loss recovery, is a popular contributor to The Huffington Post, and also author of the national bestselling and critically acclaimed, Widows Wear Stilettos. She is also author and executive producer of the bestselling CD, Widows Wear Stilettos: What Now?
In 1998, Carole husband Michael, a 28-year veteran of his police department, was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). He died in December 2000, leaving Carole a widowed parent of their 11 year-old daughter, and in emotional and financial ruins. Five years later, armed with a nothing but an idea, a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor, a pad full of notes and with no experience in the publishing industry, Carole wrote her first book, Widows Wear Stilettos. She was signed by a literary agency and six months later Carole made her first appearance in national media and quickly went from being completely unknown to becoming a national bestselling and award-winning author, media expert and sought-after motivational speaker. For more information about Carole, visit www.widowswearstilettos.com. For Grief Diaries Radio information, visit www.griefdiaries.com.
The Roman Show welcomes World Series of Fighting Nick Newell and David Branch, Muay Thai pro fighter Eddie Martinez and Ring Warriors Howard Brody.
Newell returns to action after his first profssional loss. He says he took some time off and is ready for a fresh start.
Branch is looking to add more gold, but Ronny Markes stands in his ways. Findout what the WSOF middleweight champion has in store for the light heavyweight tournament.
Martinez goes for gold against a former foe. What does he have in store?
Ring Warriors returns to South Florida with a free show. Find out details on the show.
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Tonight, Dave "The Butcher" Clifford welcomes three competitors from this upcoming Saturday's UFL: Unleashed fight card taking place at the Birch Run Expo Center in Birch Run, MI. First up is Blake Genco, second is Rambo Roosevelt, and third is Dylan Carpenter, voted MI ammy of the year in a recent end of the year contest. Brought to you on the ACSLIVE.TV podcast network, powered by Baker College, inside the Genco Boots virtual studios, on the Every Victory Earned hotlines. Call in at (347) 857-1024 to join the conversation.
The success of Michele Brody’s work thrives on the interaction with new communities and environments. She received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 1989 and her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1994. She has utilized a background in the liberal and fiber arts to create site-specific, mixed-media installations, and works of public art generated by the history, culture, environment, nature and architecture of a wide range of venues. While living and working in France, Costa Rica, California, the Midwest, Germany, and her home of New York City, Brody’s art career has developed into a process of working in collaboration with each new community towards developing an interpretation of the sense of a place as an outsider looking in.She has had one person shows in the U.S. and internationally. Brody has also won distinguished awards and grants. During the spring of 2006 she completed three major permanent public art installations in New York and Texas. In 2007 she was commissioned to create a permanent lobby installation for the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan, and debuted the first interactive performance of Reflections in Tea at the 11th Annual D.U.M.B.O. Art Under the Bridge Festival, in Brooklyn, NY. In 2011 she was awarded Best 3-D Entry at the international competition Art Prize in Grand Rapids, MI. She is also in the process of preparing for an outdoor sculpture exhibition for Créations sur-le-champ Land Art at Mont-Saint Hilaire in Canada, and as the Costume designer for an international environmental art pageant in India for the Vaigai River Restoration Project.
For more information: http://michelebrody.com
in Self Help
Coach Cafe' is thrilled to welcome back grief recovery expert, Carol Brody Fleet, author of 'Widows Wear Stilletos' and 'Happily Even After'!
The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy and we are all bombarded by the expected merriment of the season. But what happens if you are dealing with loss at the holidays – the death of a loved one, a divorce or break up, loss of a job, loss of a home…and you're just not in the mood to celebrate? What if you're the exact opposite – you feel the need to "kick up your heels" and those around you don't think you should be kicking up anything? What about children? What is “appropriate” if loss is part of your holiday season? Learn the answers to these and many other questions surrounding grief or loss at the holidays, as well as how your holidays can still be a time of warmth and peace.
Carole Brody Fleet is the award winning author of the critically praised national bestseller, "Widows Wear Stilettos...", (New Horizon Press) and "Happily EVEN After: A Guide to Getting Through (and Beyond) the Grief of Widowhood" (Viva Editions); winner of the prestigious Books for a Better Life Award, one of the top national awards in publishing. She is the founder of Widows Wear Stilettos where the widowed of all ages find support and encouragement; helpful tips and education. With her inimitable message of "What Now and What Next", Ms. Fleet educates, inspires and offers practical, emotional and even humorous guidance to the millions who have experienced any kind of loss, tragedy or challenge in their lives.
Find out more at www.widowswearstilettos.com
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"Nowhere to Run," "Help!" "Mr. Tamborine Man," "Ticket to Ride," "A Change is Gonna Come," and "Yesterday." 1965 was a year of incredible songs, TV shows, movies, and historical events. And here to walk through that mind-blowing year with us is author Andrew Grant Jackson whose book 1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music will bring back good memories (if you were indeed there) or introduce you to the fabbest era ever! John Lennon expert, Jude Southerland Kessler, (author of The John Lennon Series, http://www.johnlennonseries.com) will chat with Jackson about the catalysts for the BIG changes in 1965 and will explore the impact of The Beatles, The Stones, Bob Dylan, The Brill Building writers, the new Nashville sound, and Motown.
As an added treat, at the end of the show, Marquise Ruffin, grandson of David Ruffin of The Temptations will join us for a chat about David's impact on music. And Marquise, who is an extremely talented musician in his own right will perform his latest hit song!
Don't miss this great hour of music, both retro and current!
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Christine Vartoughian is an award winning filmmaker and native New Yorker. Her short film, The Visions of Dylan Bradley, which she wrote and directed, has screened at over twenty festivals in the U.S. and received numerous awards. Christine holds a BFA in Drama from SUNY Purchase College and an MFA in Film and Television from SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design), where she was a recipient of The Presidential Fellowship. Living with the Dead is her first feature film and is based on events from her own life. She is a member of the Lincoln Center Theater Director's Lab and of the female filmmaker's group, The Film Fatales.
Amy Zellmer is a regular contributor for the Huffington Post and a professional photographer and business coach located in Saint Paul, MN. She is in the process of writing a book on TBI awareness, and is also a contributing author on a soon-to-be-released book by Carole Brody Fleet on overcoming obstacles and life changes. She is actively involved in TBI awareness and advocacy since sustaining a traumatic brain injury in 2014, and recently attended Brain Injury Awareness Day on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. She enjoys all things glittery and sparkly as well as chocolately. Her and her Yorkie, Pixxie, enjoy traveling the country on road trips and speaking to groups. You can find out more about Amy at www.customcreationsphotography.com or her column on Huffington Post online.
This show is a gathering place for anyone seeking recovery from the challenges of life on life's terms. Guests share their experience, strength and hope. We discuss useful tools that have helped us lighten the load, of our journey through recovery.
More will be revealed! Tune in, and call in. This is a "we" recovery program, because it is in the "we," that we find the new "me."
We focus on the four A's of Recovery: Awareness, Acceptance, Action and Adaptation. This is a place for survivor's striving to become thrivers. Front half of the show is a featured guest, the back half is Open Mic and some great Indy Music sure to inspire!
Host is Kim Justus, author of In a Flash: Miracles Here and Beyond found at www.inaflash.org & "Like" us at www.facebook.com/inaflash.org & www.facebook.com/braininjuryradionetwork