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On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First we'll discuss James Gandolfini's final film The Drop. Then we review Jessica Chastain's Oscar contending performance in The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby. Next, we'll review Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader's new twin film The Skeleton Twins. Finally, we'll review My Old Lady.
Dr. Eleanor Barbera is the author of My Better Nursing Home and a licensed psychologist consulting in long-term care facilities in the New York City area. She frequently lectures on subjects related to psychology, aging, and nursing homes. Dr. El consults with organizations, institutions, and individuals around eldercare issues. In addition to working in direct care, she helps others use psychological insights to build teams and create relationships that lead to thriving people and facilities.
Dr. El has worked in long-term care for over 15 years, and been in the mental health field since she was 19 years old. If you want to learn how psychological insights can transform your nursing home experience, she’s the right person to consult with.
Dr. El knows and understands long-term care from a perspective few others use or know. She uses psychological secrets in her own work and then passes that knowledge along to others in her seminars and workshops.
If you want your residents and staff and families to thrive, you should contact Dr. El. She teaches a range of topics within the field of long-term care. They include, but are certainly not limited to:
How to work with younger residents How to engage families to become part of the team How to create an emotionally healing environment How to help residents with substance abuse and mental health problems How to create activities that energize the whole community And, much, much more! http://www.mybetternursinghome.com/
On November 19, my guest will be Alan Winnikoff. Alan is co-principal of Sayles & Winnikoff Communications, the boutique public relations firm he co-founded in 2003, along with his partner, Carina Sayles. Alan shares in the strategic direction and overall management of the company. The agency’s focus is primarily, though not exclusively, on companies, product and content for the children’s and family market. Sayles & Winnikoff also works with a wide range of arts, media and entertainment companies, as well as non-profits and start-ups.
Alan is responsible for the strategic direction and overall management of the company and the account team. With a recognized expertise in branding and messaging, he sets the agenda for, and manages, the agency’s client relationships.
Alan was one of the founding executives of Sony Wonder, the family entertainment division of Sony Music. He helped launch the label in 1993 and directed all PR efforts there for seven years, working with such high profile brands as Sesame Street and Nickelodeon Home Video. He left Sony Wonder in 2000 to join the children’s Internet company MaMaMedia. He has also held executive PR and marketing positions at the cable news channel MSNBC and at IDG Books, the publishers of the For Dummies series and Frommer's Travel Guides, among other brands.
Alan began his career in Los Angeles with The Lippin Group Public Relations. He moved to New York and ran the firm’s New York office, then joined Worldvision Enterprises, a worldwide television syndication company, owned by Aaron Spelling Productions. As Vice President, Communications, he was involved with the Hanna Barbera library, as well as with shows such as Beverly Hills, 90210, Melrose Place and Twin Peaks.
Join Dr. Cottle on Women in Business Radio on Tuesday, November 18 at 5:00pm EST where she promotes her WIB Meet & Greet Event on Saturday, November 29 in Toronto. Her Monday's show was cancelled due to technical problems beyond her control. Specifications about the event and a call for confirmation of registration will be made. The event promises to be an afternoon where women of great minds meet to discuss ideas; in accordance with Eleanor Roosevelt, "great minds discuss ideas, average minds discuss events, small minds discuss people".
Our Agenda will look at the following issues:
What are some challenges that you are facing right now in your business that you will like solutions for?
Maintaining your health and physical well-being
Engendering spirituality in your business
Maintaining creativity in your business
The role that self-love plays in attracting wealth into your business and our lives
Attendees can also enter into a draw to win a Business Profile. Please bring your promotional material to be included in our SWAG bag.
Call-in with the number 310-982-4237 to ask a question about our WIB Meet & Greet.
Networking brings us together in the sisterhood of entrepreneurship. Men has been networking for years and it has given them great accolades in entrepreneurship and business in general. We can also do it and take our business from the closet in the wall of our kitchen to the local and global market. It is only a few hours to sacrifice to achieve such success. ~ Dr. Cheryl Cottle
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POLITICAL ANIMALS---ELEANOR ROOSEVELT---President Frankin Roosevelt's wife--The most powerful First Lady in US History
Issue--THE ROOSEVELTS---Why did Ken Burns--PBS-- omit Mrs. Roosevelt military civil rights qualification that she did for the Tuskeege Black Airmen?
Famed Black Soprano Marian Anderson's banning from singing at Constitution Hall then controlled by the racist DAR--aka Daughters of the American Revolution
audio historical educational archives: Mrs Roosevelt & Frank Sinatra--Marian Anderson
Join our roundtable discussion that addresses issues professional women face around the world. This esteemed group of women will come together to talk about Influence: How do I shift from “doing” or “managing” to truly leading?
Marjolein Nagel will moderate the panel featuring:
Carien van der Laan, Founder, Van der Laan & Company
Eleanor Allen, Global Director of Water Solutions, Arcadis
Violet Sistorvaris, CIO, NiSource, Inc.
Elizabeth Ruske, CEO, Tiara International LLC
View details about all of our panelists here.
This Week on "TheMusicBox" with National Recording Artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis! Meet Lyric Soprano, Michele Fowlin!
This highly sought after soloist, chorale conductor, music teacher and performer has sung and performed all over the world--LITERALLY! Some of her career highlights include performances in Russia, England, Spain, and the US Virgin Islands. Michele sang a solo with the Howard University Choir at former Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown’s funeral and, over the years, has performed for a number of elected officials and White House events: former President Bill Clinton, former Vice President Al Gore and former Secretary of Defense William Cohen, President Barack Obama’s Inaugural Services, White House Christmas Tree lighting ceremonies and Vice President Joe Biden’s Holiday Celebration. Ms. Fowlin has also been featured on NBC’s “The Today Show.” She will join me Thursday, LIVE, in our virtual studio!
Plus, the BEST in gospel music, news, interviews, updates, how-to's and so much more! Yes, the weather is getting a little chilly, and have you noticed the HALLOWEEN CANDY is ALL on CLEARANCE!! #woohoo. I'll be chowing down on that for sure! Won't you join meeee? :0)
-Tanya, Stellar/Dove Nominated Recording Artist
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It’s United Nations Day and who better to discuss that venerable institution than Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III. His father’s great friend, Eleanor Roosevelt, served as a delegate the United Nations General Assembly and chaired the committee that drafted the document known as The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Moreover, Adlai II was appointed as U.N. Ambassador by then President John F. Kennedy and served in that capacity from 1961 – 1965.
If you want to learn the making of world history from an insider’s point of view, you won’t want to miss this one!
THIS WEEK ON THE NDUSTRY W/ AKIA & NICOLE: WE HOST THE REGAL AND SOPHISTICATED, HAIR, HEALTH AND BEAUTY EXPERT, PAT GRANT-WILLIAMS! Pat is an award winning hairstylist and entrepreneur. Winner of the Multi-Textural Global Ambassador in Chemistry and Styling, Winner Coiffure de la Mondial-Paris France (hair styling), Aveda- Grand Prize Styling Award, Clairol Color Award, Black Hair Olympics (haircutting, styling and chemistry) and a patented inventor of the Hair Styling Disc. Pat is frequently called upon as an expert with the media and trade publications. She has made appearances on ABC, NBC and FOX affiliates and has been featured in publications such as Essence, Modern Salon, Canadian Hairdresser, Hype Hair,Black Hair Sophisticates, American Salon, Salon Sense, Rolling Out and Beauty Store Business Portfolio Celebrity Clients include: Oprah Winfrey, Stedman Graham, Pat Smith, Iman Mary Mary, Trinitee 5-7, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, Yolanda Adams. JOIN US, FOR THE ECLUSIVE, LIVE INTERVIEW, SUNDAY FROM 7-8 PM EST/ 4-5 PM PST. Listen via LAN or mobile at (718) 766-4964 or online at WWW.WELCOMETOTHENDUSTRY.NET. You are NOW in the Ndustry!
After spending two weeks in New England and New York City, Jung gave an extemporaneous talk at a farewell supper party. Eleanor Bertine, Esther Harding, Jane A. Pratt and E.F.Edinger took notes and it was titled "Is Analytical Psychology a Religion."
Many this week have been watching the PBS series on the Roosevelts. But we think there’s an important angle not being addressed, the emergence of the gay rights movement pre-Stonewall. The Stonewall Riots of 1969 are often credited with being a watershed moment that fundamentally altered the course of gay history. This, of course, is true. But it was not thewatershed moment. Long before gay bar patrons rioted against the NYPD and gave momentum to the largest political mobilization of gays and lesbians in history, World War II was setting the stage for Stonewall.