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Join Kristie Howard and Tall Paul each Wednesday to discuss topics about fostering your own Personal Development.
Whether you're looking for greater Self-Confidence, Motivation to be more Successful , or Help Finding Your Life Purpose, both Paul and Kristie work with clients as Business/Motivational Coaches to get you from Stagnation, into ACTION!
We encourage listeners to call in with a problem they need advice in solving... We're here to HELP!!!
What’s involved in taking your movie idea from just a thought to the big screen? How do you assemble the cast, select the locations, buy the equipment, market the final product...and oh....by the way.... raise enough money to complete the project???
It takes more than just wishing about it to put all the puzzle pieces together AND ultimately make a profit for you and your investors.
And if you’re an independent filmmaker, like our guest today, it takes guts and courage to actualize on your vision.On today’s show, we’ll meet Crosby Tatum, the creator of the forthcoming comedy, Surprise Surprise and we’ll learn how his idea as a budding filmmaker is about to take center stage in the months ahead.
Part 2 of my series on NJ Filmmakers focuses on PJ Bracco of Red Hook Films. This NJ resident and alumni of Boston University’s College of Theatre Arts, holds a BFA in acting and is an award-winning actor/director who has worked in theatre and film from Boston to New York City. Some of his credits include Dopey in Balm in Gilead, Hamm in Endgame, Paul in the award-winning feature The Court, The Smoker in The Gambler’s Club, and Paul Raimo in Raimo’s Price. In 1997 he launched his company Red Hook Films, right out of his own living room in Brooklyn and has been developing and producing films ever since. Red Hook Films produces features, shorts, music videos and commercials (check out the ones for the Draft House in Long Branch and No Joe’s Café in Red Bank). We're in for a Long Night, a music video for the band The Waffle Stompers and another music video Lovers in London for the band Hollander, both premiered at the Garden State Film Festival this past April. PJ has been in front of the camera as an actor (acting reel) and behind the camera as producer, director, and editor, and we’ll find out what else. Actually we can add musician to this as well, but more on that during the interview. Exactly how do you launch a film production company from your home? This is just one of the many questions I’ll be asking PJ. After the interview, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.
TODAY: Saturday 5/18/13 @ 4pm-6pm Listen LIVE to Jonah's Iron Forge w/ -me- Paul Jonah. In addition to todays topics we will be taking YOUR CALLs. Call in to join the discussion @ (619) 768-7297 (619-POT-PAWS)
Join me for the live broadcast online as we discuss the news: Fecal matter in public pools? Texting is worse thank drunk driving? Anti-Christian Play & death threats? & more. Then, remove the definition of marriage and anything's possible: Polyamory activists. Lastly, our thought life, as Christians, how much does our thought life matter? Is it really fair to say modern "western culture" is "Christian" or is it just another ploy people still use to demonize people of faith in this modern age?...Throughout the show, I'll be taking YOUR calls. ---
Jonah's Iron Forge with host Paul Jonah is the cutting edge Christian talk show only on the web. Listen as he covers news, Christian topics, special guests, and whatever else. EVERY Saturday LIVE from 4pm-6pm Los Angeles time and on podcast.
Joining Audrey Russo for this week's REELTalk edition of Changing Worldviews is direct from the UK, Paul Weston, leader of the Liberty GB Party to warn Americans what is headed our way with the ideology of Islam. A modern-day Churchill speaks wisdom from our cousins across the Pond! PLUS, Actor Max Martini (The Unit) shares about his new film project that's intended to help homeless Veterans with PTSD & TBI...and tells how YOU can be a part of this noble effort! And, the top stories (IRS, NSA and all the scandals) at the top of the show! Don't miss a minute!!
Doug Davidson joined the cast of The Young and the Restless in May, 1978. He is the longest-running male cast member of the #1 daytime drama. His character, Paul Williams is adored by millions of fans worldwide. He was won four Soap Opera Digest awards and is a four-time Emmy nominee, with nomination for 2013.
From 1994-1995, Doug hosted a syndicated prime-time version of "The Price is Right," and was won of the top contenders to replace Bob Barker in the daytime version. He also appeared on several episodes of "Family Feud" in the late 80's and early 90's with fellow Y&R cast-mates, donating any winnings to charity. From 1998-2003, Davidson served as a host of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade.
Join me as I chat with Doug about his role on Y&R and his recent Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Daytime Drama.
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Paul K. Chappell (www.paulkchappell.com) grew up in Alabama, the son of a Korean mother and a half-black and half-white father, who fought in the Korean and Vietnam Wars. After Paul graduated from West Point he was deployed to Baghdad. He rose to the rank of captain and left active duty in November 2009. The author of four books, he lectures throughout the country and internationally, and teaches college courses and workshops on Peace Leadership. He serves as the peace leadership director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation whose mission is to educate and advocate for peace in a world free of nuclear weapons, and to empower peace leaders.
Paul he sees himself as living proof that nonviolent struggles such as the civil rights movement can create positive change, and he has dedicated his life to unlocking the full potential of strategic nonviolence. Paul’s latest book is, THE ART OF WAGING PEACE: A Strategic Approach to Improving
Doug Davidson joined the cast of The Young and the Restless in May, 1978. He is the longest-running male cast member of the #1 daytime drama. His character, Paul Williams is adored by millions of fans worldwide. He was won four Soap Opera Digest awards and is a two-time Emmy nominee, with a pre-nomination for 2013. From 1994-1995, Doug hosted a syndicated prime-time version of "The Price is Right," and was won of the top contenders to replace Bob Barker in the daytime version. He also appeared on several episodes of "Family Feud" in the late 80's and early 90's with fellow Y&R cast-mates, donating any winnings to charity. From 1998-2003, Davidson served as a host of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade.
Join me as I chat with Doug about his role on Y&R and other projects.
Paul Washer argues that the Song Of Solomon is more than just a book about the relationship between a man and a woman, and he uses these verses to expound aspects of the church’s living relationship with Christ. It is easy to learn principles about holiness, he says, but how much time do we spend in the presence of Christ? As Martin Lloyd Jones warned, our lives will become nothing but a bunch of cold principles if the presence and power of God is not in our life. (78 minutes) Please check out our website @RemnantXRadio.com