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Rev. Maria Felipe is an Ordained Minister through Pathways of Light, which she uses to help people quiet their mind, hear their inner guidance, and connect to God. Maria has taken her love as a Reverend and Teacher of the Course In Miracles to create her own channel on You Tube by hosting MariaCoconut TV, a show geared toward inspiring, sharing, and expanding the message of love where you can see her interviewing other spiritual leaders, sharing empowering talks and video blogs. Maria facilitates ACIM groups and workshops in the LA area as well as other city’s and places around the world! Her passion to inspire others helped her start the first Spanish ministry at Unity of Burbank in Los Angeles where she also speaks on rotation at the English service. Maria can be seen on TV, Film and Commercials both nationally and internationally.
Maria will be teaching at A Course In Miracles retreat in Greece In Sept and will be a speaker at the ACIM 2015 Conference in April!
"Rabble Rousin'" Rich Bergeron, Tony "The Tornado" Penecale, and "Psychic" Tom Padgett break down the week's MMA and boxing news and recap the past week's fights. We also feature FDNY Boxer Felipe Irizarry, who will be participating in the 30th Anniversary of the Battle of the Badges between the New York Fire Department boxing team and the New York Police Department boxing team next weekend.
Please join us this week as we welcome Felipe “Big Dog” Mendoza to the show. Felipe hails from south east Texas. He is a Bigfoot enthusiast with many years of experience in the field. We will be talking with Big Dog about his brief sighting that occurred a few years ago, his approach to field investigations that he conducts in and around the Big Thicket area of southeastern Texas, as well as his beliefs and theories regarding Bigfoot. He has also witnessed some strange “light anomalies” in one of his areas of operation in the Big Thicket, and we’ll most likely discuss this phenomenon as well. Big Dog of the Big Thicket Watch broadcast, is also now part of a new weekly show entitled Monsters, Mysteries, and Mayhem along with his fellow cohosts Jeff Stewart and Brian Impey. As always we’ll be happy to take callers in the second half of the show and greatly appreciate any participation. So if there are any questions or comments you would like to share please feel free to call in at (646) 652-2569.
Born and raised in Farmingdale, family man Brandon Irizarry is the doting father of five beautiful children; four girls and a son. Brandon’s entrepreneurship traits and thriving entertainment career began in his early teens when he founded a DJ business with a friend. I started booking musicians and artists for clubs and concerts with old school celebrities and musicians.At the age of twenty-five, Brandon started an organic tree and lawn care company called Long Island Organic. He was the first true, 100% organic tree and Lawn Company. This is when Brandon decided to collaborate his work and become more involved with charitable causes. He wanted to give back to the Long Island community. He managed to connect with the Breast Cancer Correlation in Huntington, speaking about the link between pesticides and breast cancer. Over the years, as Brandon has reinvented and strengthened his business knowledge, he never lost his flourishing heart, nor his adoration of music,and Events and he has established a strong community name for himself. BZarry Events inc. is the product of twenty-five years of music, networking, connections, charities and family experience wrapped up now - in one company.
Hosts Rez and Andy welcome Felipe Rose, the original Native American member of the Village People. He's artistic, funny, and he's an ordained minister who is ready to marry some lucky couple on stage July 19th in Spokane, WA.
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Mercedes AMG driver Lewis Hamilton just won the Italian Grand Prix at the home of Ferrari. The 2008 World Champion was in pole position but got off to a bad start due to car trouble. His teammate Nico Rosberg took the lead pushing Hamilton back, and into fourth position. Pressure started to take its toll on Rosberg and he made two mistakes, the second of which proved to be an opportunity for the faster Hamilton to move back into first position. Once Hamilton regained the lead, he kept it throughout the race. Hamilton's teammate Nico Rosberg came in second and Williams-Martini driver and former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa, crossed the finish line third. The disappointment of Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso's DNF did not prevent the fans from showing their love of the Ferrari F1 team. The Ferrari organization was out in full force along with the Ferrari family. The Mercedes Team is currently in the lead for the constructors’ title, and with six more races before the end of the season, it looks as if Mercedes will maintain their position.
The Italian fans were gracious, fun, and seem to emjoy the race. The after race entertainment was, the still popular Duran Duran.
Lewis Hamilton had a remarkable day on the home turf of the Ferrari, Formula One team. The pressure of racing at one of the most popular circuits in F1 did not prevent him from making pole position. Hamilton was fast, smart, and steady on the track, during the qualifying session at Monza. The Mercedes AMG driver and 2008 World Champion beat his teammate Nico Rosberg by half a second. While some who seem to focus on Hamilton not making pole position since May, they seem to forget that Hamilton won the British Grand Prix in June from sixth position. Winning pole position is a great and preferable accomplishment and should not be discounted. However, it is far more compelling and exciting to fans and viewers, when a brilliant driver like Hamilton can win from sixth position, or, as he did in Hungary, go from pit lane to a 3rd place podium finish. Not many drivers can accomplish such a task up against a field of so many champions, as Lewis Hamilton did. So the fact that he has not been a pole sitter since May does not diminish his brilliance, on the track.
The top six cars during qualifying were powered by Mercedes engines with the Mercedes team of Hamilton and Rosberg, locking up the front row. Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa with Williams-Martini locked out the second, while Button and Magnussen with McLaren, will be on third.
Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso has never been one to give up, even when starting in seventh position, at a home race, with the big bosses in attendance. Although teammate Kimi Raikkonen did not qualify in the top ten, both drivers are hoping to give the fans something to cheer about on race-day.
Don’t forget to pick up your tickets for the U.S. Grand Prix in Austin, Texas at Circuit of the Americas on Oct 29-31.
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The Williams-Martini Formula One team, has a lock on the from row, at the Grand Prix in Austria. Former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa currently driving for Willians, and Valtteri Bottas who put Williams back on the map, will dominate the from row when the race start on Sunday. Lewis Hamilton was fastest on the track but went wide and lost his time. When he went back out, his brakes locked-up and he lost the chance to put down better numbers. His teammate Nico Rosberg will be third on the grid on race day
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The Center of Light Radio Show with host Keith Anthony Blanchard
Show Topic: "The Secret To Happiness"
Maria Felipe is an Ordained Minister through Pathways of Light, which she uses to help people quiet their mind, hear their inner guidance, and connect to God. Maria has taken her love as a Reverend and student of the Course In Miracles to create her own channel on You Tube by hosting MariaCoconut TV, a show geared toward inspiring, sharing, and expanding the message of love by interviewing other Spiritual leaders. Her passion to inspire others helped her start the first Spanish ministry at Unity of Burbank where she also speaks on rotation at the English service. Maria also can be seen on TV, Film, Commercials and modeling both nationally and internationally.
?Originally from Miami, she moved to pursue her dreams in Hollywood, as an Actress and Model, after great success in her field she felt called inward. After a series of events in her life she was encouraged to become a Reverend at Pathways of Light based on A Course In Miracles. She had always been deeply moved by the teachings of A Course In Miracles and jumped in.
Updates: Maria will be a speaker at the A Course In Miracles Conference in NY April 2015 and Teaching at ACIM retreat in Greece in September!
For more on Maria: http://www.mariafelipe.org/
For more on Keith: www.keithanthonyblanchard.com
Fans appeared to have a great time in Hockenheim Sunday afternoon, when Formula One drivers, showed the motorsports world why they are the pinnacle of racing. In a 67-lap, party on the grid, it was non-stop action. There was a crash, contact, and over-taking of friends, and fellow teammates. But at the end of the day, there was the reward of a podium for three of the best drivers currently in Formula One. Mercedes AMG drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton lit the fuse of excitement in Australia, at the start of the season. And fans have lost sleep, waiting for the next race.
There cannot be enough said about Williams-Martini driver, Valtteri Bottas, coming in second and keeping Williams on the map.
In other track action: During the start of the race on turn one, Felipe Massa crashed after connecting with McLaren rookie, Magnussen. Sauber driver Adrian Sutil spun his car around and got stranded in the middle of the track. Fans and commentators were puzzled as to why the safety car was not deployed. The decision by track marshal’s to let it sit on the track for a lap, then send men out on foot to push it out of the way, was heavily criticized. Stranger than that, was the sudden burst of flames from the car of Daniil Kyvat.
Sahara Force India’s driver Nico Hulkenberg, had an impressive seventh place finish in front of his home crowd. While fellow German and 4-times world champion Sebastian Vettel, was one step away from a podium coming in fourth. Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso finished fifth.
Stay tuned to Xiro Xone News and F1 Sports. Next race, Hungary
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