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Lory grew up in the 1970's in a middle-class family in the beautiful state of Washington. Life was good, but not perfect. After school she would gather up some drinks and snacks and hide out in her room playing Glen Campbell's music. Her abusive step-father left her alone when Glen was playing. As an adult, she found herself in some unhappy relationships, but she overcame them and was blessed with two beautiful, smart daughters and two grandchildren.
After her father's death, Lory moved to another state to start anew. She began teaching medical classes for a private college, and did so for ten years before being let go with several of her co-workers. Her disabilities became too severe for her to work, but she donates her time, when physically able, at her local senior center. Lory has always been concerned about elders and the loneliness and abuse that so many of them suffer. She is ultimately concerned that no one is a voice for them.
When Lory heard that Glen Campbell, the man who had saved her childhood, protecting her from the abuses of her step father, had been institutionalized, she began looking into things and reading articles and realizing that pieces didn't seem to fit. Now she works hard to uncover all the disturbing facts about Glen. She also runs a growing Facebook page - called Glen Campbell is loved - where people remember and praise Glen, worry about Glen, and get strength and support from one another while providing care to their own loved ones with Alzheimer's.
Glen writes both fiction and nonfiction from his forty-year career and experience as a trial lawyer and consultant in international business and banking.
His nonfiction work as the observer in The Prison Trilogy tells the tales in chronological order of how he came to be a lawyer for a Wall Street Journal heiress and her gay husband and how that representation landed him in federal prison. That is the first in The Trilogy. The second book tells the story of his cell mate, Colonel George Trofimoff, serving life for spying for the KGB, and the final book of The Trilogy describes the prisoners, Glen's experiences and takes a hard look at the American criminal justice system.
On tonight's episode we start with a very heavy heart as two personalities in the racing world were lost over this past week, Buddy Baker, and Kate Moss, a friend of the show, and part of the reason why you love this show. Today's episode is dedicated to them.
Also, getting back to their favorite things, racing, we'll talk about the wild one at Watkin's Glen International on Sunday afternoon, that at the end, had Joey Logano sweep the weekend.
Some strange finishes, as always at Watkin's Glen we'll break down who had good days and bad days and why.
Also, what is going on with Kasey Kahne and the 5 team, after another major problem this weekend, and Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart are snakebitten at a track they both can win at.
A.J. Allmendinger also had issues, and we'll discuss his future this season,and whether or not they can rebound a make the Chase.
The Chase Grid got shook up quite a bit, and we'll talk about who is alive, and who we need to put a fork in.
Also, The NASCAR Xfinity Series race had some major fireworks at the end of it, and we'll talk about that, and what impact that may have on the Championship race come Homestead.
Some good news for Tommy Baldwin Racing, and A new Camping World Truck Series team.
And a possible change in the Camping World Truck Series schedule for 2016, and we may be seeing more slinging dirt come next season.
And the lawsuit against Tony Stewart, what of it?
Also, the preview for Michigan and the rule package we'll have this week.
Also, any topic you want to talk about at 917 889 8280
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's show is different. I will be talking with Missy Kirkpatrick, General Manager of Lindale Golf Club in Ameila, OH.
We will be talking the two Golf Clubs that her family owns and how she runs the club. We'll learn why many people prefer to play at their clubs.
The show streamed live on Friday August 7th at 4 PM.
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On tonight's episode we review the Windows 10 400 at Pocono Raceway.
We'll talk about the fuel mileage race and how NASCAR handled things.
Hendrick Motorsports seems to be struggling. We'll talk about the struggles of that team, and what needs to be done with this team.
We'll talk about NASCAR Franchising. Dustin Long wrote an article this week on this topic, and we'll break it down and see if it is the right thing for the sport.
Also, we'll talk about jimmie Johnson's twitter feed, and how soft race fans have become
We'll talk about the Chase Grid, and break it down to see who is alive, and who is out.
Also, the NASCAR Xfinity Series race in Iowa,
And the points lead has changed the hands in the Camping World Truck Series, we'll discuss whether or not Matt Crafton can rebound from a tough Pocono?
And of course your phone calls at 917-889-8280
The Beyond The Flag crew breaks down all of this weekend's NASCAR action from the Truck Series, Xfinity Series and the Sprint Cup Series. Our hosts react to all of the action from the track and all of the things that the drivers said before, during and after the race. We also discuss some of NASCAR's current trending topics in our Buy or Sell segment, reveal our Power Rankings and preview the upcoming week in NASCAR. Be sure to give us a listen ever Sunday night at 9:00 PM and for more NASCAR news, analysis and opinions head over to beyondtheflag.com.
Prepare to be blessed by the men of God on two special editions of "Every Man Standing In His Place". This week I was joined by God's Mighty Ministers of Education; Dr. Silvester Henderson and Mr. Glen Pearson
God's Mighty Ministers of Education will be back in the house! Dr. Silvester Henderson, and Mr. Glen Pearson; Director of the Boys Choir of Harlem will be sharing with us the importance of music and education.
Silvester Carl Henderson is a nationally recognized Professor, educator, motivational speaker, business owner, respected real estate investor, community artistic organizer, musician/artist, and conductor of the Gospel Song. Presently he serves as the full-time Professor of Choral Activities and Chair of the Music Department at the Los Medanos College in Pittsburg, CA where he directs the College Chorus, Chamber Chorale, and the Gospel Choir. In addition to those responsibilities, he also teaches voice classes, applied vocal lessons, music theory, class piano, musicianship, classical piano and gospel piano. the Fall of 2000, Professor Henderson developed a “Gospel Piano Curriculum”, which was the only collegiate academic course of its type, in the State of California.
Glen Pearson has brought sensitivity and expression to the widest variety of music imaginable. His performances on stage, television, radio, and in recording studios have included his well known position as principle keyboardist for Regina Belle, as well as pianist and arranger for such notables as Jimmy Scott, Earnestine Anderson, Melba Moore, Diane Reeves, Marlena Shaw, Bobby Hutcherson, Delfeayo Marsalis, James Moody, Frank Morgan, Chico Freeman, Will Downing and Kevin . Mr. Pearson also served for eleven years as the Musical/Band Director for the World Renowed Boy’s Choir of Harlem.
'CrossRoads to Freedom' defines Chris Dair's high-octane and sultry guitar playing and song-writing. Asked whether he played other instruments, "Yeah, I play bass, drums, percussion, harmonica, and some keyboard, and anything else I can get a good sound out of!" Dair, a French resident, brings the extremes of world musical guitar disciplines: Flamenco & the Blues to his musical compostion. "Blues has this rawness, a simplicity and an undisguised passion in it’s expression of life’s experiences. I play many different styles of music, but my whole core of what I do comes from the blues, whether it be a Fusion Jazz or an Eastern improvisational piece, or a percussion piece it contains elements of the blues that grew up with me." Chris was captivated by the genius of Jimi Hendrix and his musical university were the performers who filled London's venues, night-clubs and concer halls to inspire and thrill his performance. All these experiences have gifted is his guitar passion remarkable albums and hundreds of studio hours in film and television soundtrack recording. In an interview with Glen when asked about Music. Chris replied: "It’s like breathing, if I stop, I die. I’ve been playing all my life and I could never give it up, that would be unthinkable. It’s more exciting now for me than it ever was. I wouldn’t know what to do if I didn’t have my music and didn‘t play. For me, what else is there?" Vivian Dair says of her musical experience: 'Melody and lyrics work together to tell a story of what life has given me. I sing with a celtic influence which I couldn't explain until I found that I have an Irish great grandmother, which kind of clarifies that for me. My style includes Psychedelic Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Ballads and so on. I am not influenced by anyone musically, I like all sorts of music, from Aaron Neville to Rammstein !'
Dr. Fuchs received her undergraduate degree from the University of California San Diego. She earned her doctorate at the University of Houston and completed an internship in Clinical Psychology at the University of Chicago Medical Center. She then came to Virginia for a postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Virginia. She is currently an Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology in and is affiliated with the UVA Memory & Aging Care Clinic. She is board certified in clinical neuropsychology and she does cognitive assessments of individuals who have concerns about the onset of dementia. She has research interests in non-memory cognitive changes with aging and in the cognitive effects of caregiver stress.
As we continue our "Mortgage Industry Update" series, I am excited to have back on the broadcast an old friend and industry veteran, GLEN CORSO, who is the Executive Director of Community Mortgage Lenders of America (CMLA). On today's broadcast, we will be focusing on the segment of the market known as independent mortgage lenders/bankers. We will be answering questions such as:
What is the overall outlook for independent mortgage lenders? Better or worse?
Will the market share for independent mortgage lenders be growing or contracting?
What are the primary driving factors that will be helping independent mortgage lenders?
What are the primary driving factors that could be hurting independent mortgage lenders?
Is this a good time to become an independent mortgage lender?
If so, what does it take to become an independent mortgage lender?
If you work for or considering working for an independent mortgage lender or even considering becoming an independent mortgage lender, be sure to tune-in listen to this broadcast or download it later and listen.
Your host, David Lykken.
The Lykken On Lending podcast is created BY mortgage professionals FOR mortgage professionals to keep you current on industry news.
Stop by the Frat House Sports Garage this Sunday morning from 11am until noon and get tuned-up & tricked-out with the guys ahead of the afternoon NASCAR race at Michigan International Speedway.
Last week Joey Logano became a first-time winner at Watkins Glen International (matter of fact, he swept the weekend, winning the Xfinity race as well). There are still 5 winless drivers hoping to secure a spot in the Chase for the SprintCup, since Logano is a repeat winner, and with 4 races left (less than 1 month) the pressure is ramping up to convert good starts into great finishes.
Meanwhile, Kyle Busch is in control of his own destiny for the post-season as long as he maintains his position at or above the 30th overall in driver points. It is now or never for "bubble" drivers Almirola, Kahne, Biffle & Larson though, and as the weeks wind down so does the hope that they can "win-and-get-in" by September 12 in Richmond.
The weekend was full as the Camping World Trucks ran at MIS while the Xfinity series took to the road course at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The guys will bring some "over-the-wall" stories and get you some advice with Sidekick's NASCAR Fantasy Picks. Have your morning coffee right here with the fellas! Bring some extra donuts and your calls to: 347-826-9964, Sunday morning, starting at 11 am (edt).
Join Crafty, The Adamizer & Bax as they dissect and discuss news, issues, events and the people involved on all sides. Politics, economics, history, social issues, religion, entertainment, media, music, comedy, technology....from the serious to the sublime, from around the globe to around the corner, the Front Row Boys don't shy away from anything. Our modest goals here are to ask the tough questions, discover the truth as best we possibly can, pass that on you the listener and whenever possible, talk to as many of you good freaks out there that we can. When we say, "join us for the discussion", we mean it! What we want most during this podcast is to hear from all of you and what's going on in your part of this thing we call the Freak Show.
Along the way we'll play plenty of great clips not just from the people making the news or front and center of the issues but those behind the scenes as well. We also like to mix it up each and every week by getting a groove on with a song and having a few laughs with some comedy.
Tonight we will be hitting on some of the sordid news from the Bill Cosby scandal, Glen Beck is at it again and the NYPD's new approach to the homeless,,,and that's just for starters. We'll turn back the clock for a bit from the legendary Eddie Murphy and still undecided but feeling like maybe a little Elvis is in order to get a groove going. So, Tune In, Peace Out & Get That Freak On!!!
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