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  • 00:55

    Cameron Mathison and Josh Margolis

    in Lifestyle

    Today's guests include Cameron Mathison, Actor, and Josh Margolis, Personal Trainer!
    Cameron is a Canadian actor and television host, perhaps best known for his role as Ryan Lavery on All My Children. He also hosted the reality show, I Wanna Be a Soap Star, as he has since its 2004 debut on SoapNet, and the game show Your Place or Mine?, which debuted in June 2008. Mathison was featured as a celebrity dancer on the fifth season of ABC's Dancing With The Stars, where he and his professional partner, Edyta Sliwinska, were eliminated just one week shy of the semifinals. He serves as a special correspondent for the television show Extra, and co-hosted the 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in 2008.
    Joshua is a personal trainer who has been working in the health and fitness arena for over 8 years designing personalized fitness programs which incorporate motivational techniques to enhance performance. Joshua is also the fitness model in "THE DUKE DIET": World renowned health and fitness book. His fitness philosophy: "Your self image and habits go hand in hand; change one and you will automatically change the other."
    Mind Over Matter Health & Fitness is a Manhattan based in-home personal training service providing fitness professionals to you in your home. We offer a variety of disciplines including Personal Training, Yoga, Pilates, and Boxing, all under one umbrella.

  • 02:04

    Glendene BTR special: Stephen Watkins Missing Children

    in Education

    Glendene talks with Stephen Watkins about the Watkins Missing Children Appeal, Custom QR CODE / AR Technology, International / National Missing Children’s Day on Facebook 
    GUEST: Stephen Watkins, Father of Missing / Abducted boys known as the “Watkins Missing Children”    WEBSITE: http://www.Watkins-Missing-Children.com   EMAIL: Watkins.Missing.Children@gmail.com   TWITTER: http://twitter.com/#!/Child_Abduction   FACEBOOK:http://www.facebook.com/Watkins.Missing.Children   Alexander & Christopher Watkins were abducted by their non-custodial mother, Edyta ( Ustaszewska ) Watkins, on March 6, 2009 during a weekend access with the assistance by her father who has been arrested in Canada. The boys have been located after 2.5 years in the country of Poland but the Polish Courts have refused to return these Canadian boys back to Canada even though the abducting mother’s parental rights have been “Limited” by the Polish Courts over child protection concerns.    1) Appeal Court on May 16: How this may be a precedent setting Court case in Poland   2) Custom Designer Quick Response (QR) Codes & Mobile Website technology applied on missing children / people posters   3) Augmented Reality (AR) technology applied on missing children / people posters   4) INTERNATIONAL MISSING CHILDREN’S DAY & NATIONAL MISSING CHILDREN’S DAY on FACEBOOK pages

  • 01:56

    Bring Them Home Now Features the Stephen Watkins Case and The Jesse Foster Case

    in Current Events

    Alexander WATKINS (7 yrs) and Christopher WATKINS (4 yrs) were abducted by Edyta Ustaszewski Watkins (non-custodial mother) and father, Tadeusz Ustaszewski, during the weekend of March 6 2009, on a Court Ordered weekend access. This blog is SEEKING HELP FROM THE PUBLIC in locating these children who have been abducted from CANADA to POLAND / EUROPE. This is the FIRST documented Canadian case to involve a Missing Children Organization by a parent before abduction:Alexander WATKINS (7 yrs) and Christopher WATKINS (4 yrs) were abducted by Edyta Ustaszewski Watkins (non-custodial mother) and father, Tadeusz Ustaszewski, during the weekend of March 6 2009, on a Court Ordered weekend access. This blog is SEEKING HELP FROM THE PUBLIC in locating these children who have been abducted from CANADA to POLAND / EUROPE. This is the FIRST documented Canadian case to involve a Missing Children Organization by a parent before abduction:

    Jessie Foster, four years ago, after the 22-year-old disappeared from her home in Las Vegas. Grant has hardly paused in the time since, the trauma of the loss compelling her to reach out in every direction, and across international borders in the effort to locate Foster.
    For 10 months after Foster settled in Vegas in 2005, Grant or one of her other daughters would hear from her almost daily via e-mail, phone or text message. Then on March 28, 2006 all contact ceased.
    Then she changed her mind, moving to Las Vegas in May 2005 and telling her family she had met a rich man and fallen in love.

    "She told us she liked it there and wanted to stay, and that he was living off a trust fund. We had no reason not to believe her," said Grant, although she added that she was concerned after finding out that Foster had been residing in the U.S. illegally.