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FFAULA Admin, Salimah Perkins, will be talking with JoAnna Schiraldi about the meaningful connection Frisco & Felicia have to her relationship with her older sister, Paula and her family's charity endeavors to combat autism.
Frisco and Felicia got filleted.
As the 2014 NCAA Division I Football Championship Game getting closer by the minute, all eyes will be set on Frisco, Texas, the fastest growing city in the United States.
Frisco's mayor Maher Maso has every reason to beem with pride.
With all the amenities and facilities this suburb of Dallas/Ft.Worth provides including the Toyota Stadium, home of FC Dallas, it makes sense on why the NCAA chose to host the FCS championship game in a progressive and community-minded city.
FFAULA spotlights an up and coming actor, Cindy Chang, who made her first major impression on America's Got Talent in 2011, and who has been seen most recently in Chicago Fire. Cindy grew up on the love story of Frisco & Felicia, but is a brilliant performer in her own right. I'm delighted to be able to share her warmth and enthusiasm with the podcast audience. We'll spotlight her wonderful talent, talk about upcoming projects, and of course dish about F&F!
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We had the privilege partnering with Greater Frisco Chapter of Jack and Jill of America, Inc! and equipping some young leaders during their signature event – Art of Leadership. The core of the #JackandJill philosophy is that every child, if given the proper guidance and opportunity, can be developed into a leader. One of their themes is based in Proverbs 27:17, which shares, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” This leads us to our question of the day – How to Sharpen the #ArtofLeadership? Helping us with that are two great leaders of #JackandJill – Renee Sample, President of Greater Frisco Chapter and Cheryl Alston, Executive Director and CIO of the Employees’ Retirement Fund of the City of Dallas (“ERF”)…. Both sharpening irons of future leaders.
So please join our host Eric J Powell on onCUE! Radio Sunday night @6pm CST (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oncue).
More about Jack and Jill… (http://www.jackandjillgreaterfrisco.org/index.php),
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Host: Eric Powell, Founder of CUE Leadership Institute – http://cueleadership.com/
Series: Transformational Leadership: Stop Doing
For this episode I'll be talking with JaVonna Smith, owner of Small Business Solutions Frisco to discuss the importance of a clean web presence and the services her company offers.
Visit JaVonna and her team to learn more about her services and how they can help you and your brand build a professional platform on and off line.
The serial drama is having an existential crisis. Legions of fans have engaged in a battle royale where the preservation of the genre is at stake.
Our focus is slightly more niche: two characters from one show whose onscreen duo-ness lasted from 1984 through 1995. For reasons we can't always make others understand, we can't shake them.
This initial discussion will explore some of the ways and means that narrative and metanarrative discourse bring people together.
What better way to get in the mood for Valentine’s Day than by listening to some great movie love songs as performed by artists like Judy Garland, Tony Babino, Rita Graham, Debbie Reynolds, Marilyn Monroe, Mickey Rooney, Alice Faye, Lucie Arnaz, and Bryan Ferry? Listeners are invited to join in the fun by trying to guess the name of the film that featured each song. Will the selections played be from any of these movies: Leaving Las Vegas; Bandwagon; We Are Kings; Casablanca; Some Like It Hot; The Jazz Singer; Hello, Frisco, Hello; Words and Music. Be sure to listen and find out!
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Tina Frisco was born in the U.S. in Pennsylvania, attended nursing school in New York, and moved to California a year later. She received her first guitar at the age of 14 and is an accomplished guitarist, singer-songwriter, and performer. She has written and published articles in the genres of medicine and spirituality. And she is active with many animal rights, environmental and social change groups.
Tina hopes that gratitude, compassion, forgiveness, and love will imbue the current tenor of our social fabric — and prevail.
Members of the FB group will continue to chop up our ongoing love affair with this power duo... and the serial drama genre
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Actress, writer and documentary filmmaker, Penny Peyser, began her acting career on the New York stage in the off-Broadway production of "Diamond Studs" and the original production of Lanford Wilson's The Hot L Baltimore. After appearing in her first film, the Academy Award winning "All The President's Men," opposite Dustin Hoffman she moved to LA and began to work in television and film.
TV highlights include starring roles in Rich Man, Poor Man II, The Tony Randall Show, Crazy Like a Fox, Knots Landing, The Blue & The Gray, Wild Times with Sam Elliot, and most recently she guest starred on The Mentalist. In film, she played Alan Arkin's daughter in The In-Laws, and Gene Wilder's bride in The Frisco Kid.
Penny is also the co-producer, writer and director of the award-winning documentary "Trying to Get Good – the Jazz Odyssey of Jack Sheldon." She is presently in post production of a new documentary entitled, "Stillpoint – Life Inside a Zen Community." Visit www.stillpointthemovie.com and www.Facebook.com/PennyPeyserFanPage