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Castle Bones Radio (CBR)
OFF TOPIC BROADCAST
Wednesday, July23, 2014
9 PM ET/ 6 PM PT
A special broadcast this week on CBR Radio as we go off topic for this very special night of America’s history. We step back into the past and focus our attention on America’s Unknown Fairy Godmother: Phoebe Elizabeth Apperson Hearst .We discuss her life and her achievements and contributions she left behind to her fellow Americans to benefit from nearly 100 years later. My special guest Karin Harris highlights the footsteps of Phoebe Hearst her triumphs and her tribulations and the quiet legacy she left behind.
Phoebe Elizabeth Apperson at the age of 19, she married George Hearst, who later became a U.S. Senator. Soon after their marriage on June 15, 1862, the couple moved to San Francisco,California, where Phoebe gave birth to their only child, William Randolph Hearst, on April 29, 1863. Upon George’s death on February 28, 1891, her wealth was estimated at $250 million, a staggering sum in those days. Phoebe’s only child William Randolph Hearst is best known for publishing the largest chain of American newspapers in the late 19th century.
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The Ferry Godmother and retired Newburgh Beacon Ferry ticket Agent Rae Torres talk about how it all began.
For more information about the Newburgh Jazz Series, Newburgh Jazz-Go-Round and Orange County Pop, Rock & Doowop Series and more. www.FerryGodmother.com
A life of Miracles radio show with your hosts Sandra Saradesi and Denise O'Regan. Please join us tonight as we
share fairy secrets from Almine's book "Arubafirina" and much more.
"The three ingredients to successful spells: Love, Joy and energy work well
neutral, negative and positive aspects are they, Important are they in the part they play"
Contemplate with praise the abundance of the stars, the snowflakes, the field flowers. For what you focus on,
you become. Blessings abundant....
Praise, Love, Gratitude and Trust
Have a magical week
Thanks for listening in!!!!!
Host: Dr & Lady Newells
Love Is Not A Fairy Tale
November 13th, 2014
Many people are still waiting on the fairy tale; The perfect companion, perfect children, and even the dog behind the white picket fence. We say if you are waiting for this, you're waiting in vain. Tune in to hear why!
#relationshipcentral #newellsknowledge #dating #marriage #fairytalesdontcometrue
Inspired by the movie Malificient, this is Part 2 of our trilogy, celebrating Feminist Fairy Tale & Goddess Mythology. Tonight our guest is with Foremother Barbara Walker. No doubt Barbara's books are in your personal library. We'll discuss the importance of feminist fairy tales and Goddess Mythology and how so many have lost sight of what they teach us and how they're an alternative to the values of our patriarchal world. Barbara also has her new book coming out soon, Belief and Unbelief, and she'll give us some clues as to what that's all about.
Next week I'll be chatting with Lenny Schneir, the partner of the late and beloved Foremother, Merlin Stone, author of the famous book inspiring so many of us - When God Was a Woman. Don't miss Week 1, when I interviewed Charlene Spretnak discussing pre-patriarchal Goddess Mythology.
Bakara Hope-Felix is an aspiring 13 year old visual artist with big hopes and big dreams. Her positive outlook and creativity is leading her to huge opportunities in an artistic career. She has already gotten great reviews from her initial work and people have desired to buy copies of her pieces. Bakara has recently auditioned at the Art and Design High School and LaGuardia High School.
Some of the world's best known Fairy Tale characters - Snow White, Red Riding Hood, Cinderella - all got their start in one particular area of Germany where the Brothers Grimm collected their famous Fairy Tales. Travel Brigade takes you on a trip along the “Fairy Tale Route” to the Brothers Grimm Museum and places where they lived and worked, as well as landscapes and castles that inspired these stories. We'll take you to the tower that led to the Rapunzel story, the “Sleeping Beauty Castle,” an area where it's tradition for girls to wear a red cape, and towns where they still celebrate the characters that are beloved by everyone from kids to grandparents. Enjoy the trip! Follow us on Twitter @TravelBrigade.
Did you ever daydream? I guess I should explain “daydreaming” to some of you if you have never heard the term. "Daydreaming" is like pretending, not in action but through thinking. It is thinking of something desired and making it as real as possible, feeling joy and a sense of accomplishment. Long before electronic gadgetry and “virtual” imaging games, the brain created virtual tours for imaginative individuals: children could fly and become fast running horses.
There is research evidence that imaginative people are more intelligent than those who are not. I recently read a story where Albert Einstein was asked “how can I become as smart as you?” and his answer was “read fairy tales”. When asked “how can I become smarter than you; he answered “read more fairy tales”. Well the inquirer was frustrated by such answers and thought disparaging thoughts. But I understand!
Fairy tales invite the reader to enter a make-believe world and entertain unusual thoughts. Such thinking stimulates different parts of the brain than routine activities. When the brain is stimulated, like a body-builder “working” his muscles, so does fantasy exercise the brain to expande it.To develop genius, the brain must be exercised.
There are a number of companies that are cashing in on this concept and selling subscriptions to “thinking” activities. It is good to know that everyone can improve his/her brain by setting aside time to daydream and ponders abstract concepts. It is important to engage children in “What if” games to get them thinking about less concrete things. Childhood should have wonderment and make-believe and their brains should be stimulated to grow. Imagination is the incubator for genius.
Miles is a producer, arranger, composer, and keyboardist Jason Miles. He aslo has had groundbreaking synth programming on Miles Davis’ 80s masterpieces Tutu, Music From Siesta and Amandla to his current partnership with DJ Logic and Falu in the pioneering global fusion group Global Noize, the Grammy Award winning New York native—dubbed by one insightful veteran journalist as the “Quincy Jones of Contemporary Music”—has consistently brought the highest level of artistry to his multi-faceted recordings (as both producer and artist) and live performances.Miles has not only helped shape the landscape of contemporary jazz, but also brought his rich sonic textures as a keyboardist, arranger and producer to artists in a multitude of genres, from R&B/pop to Latin Jazz, Brazilian music and even children’s music and country (producing Suzy Boguss’ Sweet Danger).
Enrique J. Alexander Rodriguez is a Latin American author from the Bronx, New York, who grew up in Lancaster PA. Enrique started out at a young age mimicking traditional artists, but was drawn to comic and video game art. Inspired by his mother's courage, he pursued his passion in art and in 2010, he enrolled in college for video game art and design to gain the knowledge to break into the video game industry as a conceptual artist. He has recently made the transition from traditional mediums to digital media. With lots of encouragement from his wife, Enrique has turned his passion of reading into an outlet and began writing novels.
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