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Welcome to Happy Talk Radio. This is your host GG Stanley. I am your host with the most happy talk from coast-to-coast every Saturday at 2:00 PMn EST. Happy Talk Radio is about you and it is about me. It is a family friendly show that cultivate positive thoughts and conversation to invigorate your mind, body and soul in the totality of happiness.
Happy Talk Radio dial-in number is (347) 857-1142.
Today we have a phenomenial lady on the show, Celise Kalke, Director of New Projects at The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta. She is going to shake it up here today on Happy Talk Radio.
Celise Kalke joined the staff of the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta in 2005 where she manages New Play Development, the Alliance/Kendeda Graduate Playwright Competition, the Reiser Atlanta Artists Lab and Alliance Theatre production dramaturgy. Before moving to the Alliance, she was the Director of the Literary Department at the Public Theater in New York. She was featured in American Theatre as one of 25 American Theatre leaders of the future.
She will embrace you in the arts of theatre, playwrite and much more.
Need I say more? Well, I could but I won't because Celise Kalke is in the house, center staged.
Be enlightened. Happy Talk Radio is bringing it home to you!.
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The Urban League--traditionally an African American organization, assists all people in achieving self-sufficiency and equality. It is a place where everyone is empowered through economic independence and is an organization that helps people help themselves to a better way of life. All are welcome at the Urban League and everyone belongs--a place where people come together to creatively solve issues and become champions of their orwn advancement and empowerment. Come join us as we work to change lives here at the Urban League. Together we can Be Empowered to make a difference.
As leader of the Grand Rapids Urban League, Jones leads the development and implementation of an agenda that promotes economic empowerment as a means of elevating the standard of living in the underserved urban communities of Grand Rapids. The League is a 72-year old civil rights organization whose mission is to provide the means to empower African Americans and other minorities to achieve economic self-reliance, parity and civil rights. Their vision is to be the leader, and preeminent agency in West Michigan effectively utilizing diverse and abundant resources to redress racial injustice and promote racial equity.
Tonight, we welcome a very special mystery guest to the show! He's an Atlantic Grand Prix Wrestling Legend and we're very excited to have him join us tonight! You definitely will NOT want to miss this one! This could be our biggest show yet! Even the BassMan has no clue who the guest tonight is...he'll find out at the same time you find out!
We hope you'll call in and speak with our special guest as it's rare opportunity for Maritime wrestling fans to chat with a true legend of wrestling in Atlantic Canada and around the globe!
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Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your co-host and Jocelyn Davis Eastman or Jess Davis for Autistic Broadcasting News on Sunday's. Our Autistic Advocates: Jess Davis, Maria Iliou and our Advocates: Jocelyn Davis Eastman, Sharon Davis...Sharing News of Day.
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Focusing on dialogue, education, and action against police and state violence on the local, state, and national level. #BlackLivesMatter
BlackLivesMatter is an online forum intended to build connections between Black people and our allies to fight anti-Black racism, to spark dialogue amongst Black people, and to facilitate the types of connections necessary to encourage social action engagement.
We value dialogue and relationship building between and among Black people.
Grand Rapids Chapter Online: facebook.com/BlackLivesMatter
A commuter in the city of New York, Wayne Hills writes most of his work on his Blackberry. Wayne freely shares his work on his blog, but he reads Juggling Memories on this episode of OutSkirts Sci-Fi. This one was published in the Of the Dead & Dying: Tales of the Apocalypse collection by Witty Bard publications for Halloween 2014 and in Juggling Memories, Babboo, The Magnificent, the undead, returns. Wayne Hills' work has also been included in Darkly Never After, Flash It!, Death Mongers, and his own solo projects Soul Library and Soul Flip.
"Sent on a seemingly ordinary errand, a lost soul finds himself faced with the demons from his past in a Library like no other." --Soul Library
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Radio Clinic Garage Theatre: Tonight's shtick: Continuing a review of the 1964 Black-and-White movie," The Train," starring Burt Lancaster. Did George Clooney ripe off the '64 version in the 2014 movie "Monuments Men"? In consideration of the current situation of the ISIS people destroying history in Syria and Iraq, a review of these two movies seems timely. Both movies involve the theft and destruction of art by the Nazis during World War II.
May start a review of the 1963 movie, "The Great Escape."
Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Co-host_Supporting Host for Autistic Broadcasting News on Sunday's. Sharing news of the day with our Autistic Advocates: Jess Davis , Maria Iliou, our Advocate: Jocelyn Davis Eastman, Sharron Davis also Davis family is not on today of family emergency. Maria read couple of stories
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