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Today we have our guest co-host Jo Willette and our guest Shelley Fisher, The Hebrew Hillbilly.
Born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee, Shelley was born with a slightly tarnished silver fork in her mouth. Through her house wafted the sweet honey suckled aromas of her Mama's down home cookin'. Much of her life's work has been dedicated to recreating the authentic corn bread of her youth. She has triumphed with her signature dish, Horny Cornbread StudMuffins®.
As with most young people, identity took a while in coming. When Shelley was barely twelve, her Daddy died. She skipped through adolescence and learned to sing and cook, soon becoming famous for her delectable Corned Beef and Cleavage.
After graduating with honors from Boston University, Shelley completed her graduate work in Fine Arts and Trauma at UCLA, but, she is most proud of her post graduate stint at the world renowned Cordon Blow School of Hot Cuisine.
She recorded a solo album on Fantasy Records, wrote 'Disgorilla', the sequel to Rick Dee's 'Disco Duck', and scored a vocal hit with 'Wonder Woman' on Road Show Records.
Shelley's live performance lineup includes the Playboy Clubs International, the Improv, Marina City Club, Moonshadows Malibu, and BB King's. Her unique blend of music and comedy has captivated audiences worldwide.
As creator and star of her new hit comedy cooking show, 'ForkPlay®', Shelley combines all of her talents in a tasty tour de fork®! So pull up to the burners baby! Eatin' ain't cheatin' and every good meal needs a little ForkPlay® yum yum!
On this edition of Cross Encounters Radio:
Tony's guests will be Jeff Rose and Bobby McCreery of JeremiahCry Ministries. Together the three will provide a recap of the recent Herald Society at First Baptist Church of Miltion (Milton, FL).
In addition, listeners to this broadcast will get to hear clips from a number of sermons preached at the Herald Society. Clips will include the preaching of Dr. James White, Pastor Earl Blackburn, Pastor Jeff Pollard of Chapel Library, Jeff Rose, Bobby McCreery, and Tony.
This is an expanded, two-hour edition of Cross Encounters Radio.
Miami Herald book and movie reviewer Connie Ogle chats with Authors on the Air host Pam Stack LIVE on Wednesday evening. We will discuss her favorite books and movies and perhaps throw in a little college football (Connie is quite the sport fan, too). I'd also like to hear her thoughts on traditional publishing versus independent publishing, now that it has passed it's infancy. Connie is a well-known face at book signings and literary events in South Florida. She's a dog-lover, University of Florida fan-atic, movie freak and generally a pretty funny and interesting lady. Please join me on Wednesday at 8pm ET when we chat LIVE. Call to comment, ask a question or talk sports. 347-633-9609.
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Join David Weinstein and Bill Gutman this evening for a special edition of HWTP Sports Talk Radio. Champ is off tonight. Miami Herald sports blogger and columnist Michelle Kaufman will join our discussion on the FIFA scandal.
Michelle Kaufman grew up in Miami and graduated from UM in 1987. She has worked at the St. Petersburg Times and the Detroit Free Press and has been with the Miami Herald since 1996. She has covered 13 Olympics and 6 World Cups.
Read more here: http://www.miamiherald.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/michelle-kaufman/#storylink=cpy
Candace has written for numerous media, including Adweek, Business Week, Week, the Dallas Times Herald, Forbes, the International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, and Reuters America. She has also been a syndicated political columnist whose works have appeared in publications such as Liberal Opinion Week. Nearly three decades ago, Candace encountered an alternative healing method called Sunan therapy that enabled her to resolve many of her emotional and spiritual wounds. This therapy also helped her become familiar with the intimate link between spirituality, energy, and healing. It introduced her to some of her past lives and those of family and friends. Based on these experiences, she co-authored and published Hope is in the Garden—--Healing Resolution Through Unconditional Love. This nonfiction explores emotional and spiritual healing resolution based on the Sunan method of working in the energy of human consciousness. In this book, she provides an expanded definition of energy that demonstrates the connection between matter, spirit, mind, and heart. Candace and her co-author, Jana L. Simons, have published new nonfiction titled, The Healing Circle—How Anyone Can Contact the Other Side. This spiritual self-help book teaches readers how to contact not only departed loved ones, but children who are not yet born.
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I first heard Theo Androus back in 2003. The Catholic Herald shares a little about Theo:
On a Wednesday evening in 1999, the slightly built Androus took a shot at goal in a coed soccer game in Alexandria, but never saw the 6-foot 3-inch, 240-lb goalie who crashed into him. The impact shattered two bones beneath Androus’ knee into six pieces, causing "unbelievable pain," he recalled. He was taken to INOVA Alexandria Hospital where surgeons stabilized the fracture, inserting a titanium rod through the center of his tibia. Androus spent a month in bed and three months in a wheelchair recovering from the injury.
Androus, who wore leg braces as a child to correct a congenital condition and survived a head-on car crash on the George Washington Parkway in 1989, said he had to set a goal for himself in order to get well. His goal was running the 2000 Marine Corps Marathon.
"Life is about making choices," Androus told the assembly. As an Ireton student, he didn’t see the point of studying geometry or trigonometry and remembers begging math teacher Richard Bulcavage for a C, but publicly thanked him last week for giving him a D, the grade he deserved. Androus said he regretted never having had the chance to thank the late Coach James McGrath for his influence. "You have people here who care so much about you," Androus said."
Learn more about Theo at https://www.gitomer.com/seminars/Gitomer-Certified-Speakers/Theo-Androus.html
Constitution Corner: original authority; North Korea's submarine nuclear missile launch; A second 7+ earthquake rocks Nepal, where American helicopter crash kills Americans providing humanitarian aid; "Hillbilly patriotism" and the leftwingnuts who detest it; The widening gyre of Barack Obama's race war; Amtrak derails....literally; Dzhokhar Tsarnaev sentenced to death of old age awaiting his execution.
And in hour #3 on Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs (4PM Eastern/1 PM Pacific):
ISIS conquers Ramadi, Iran attacks another cargo vessel, our former Gulf allies balk at Obama's phony "missile shield," but U.S. Special Ops bags a top ISIS commander; and where in the world is Pamela Geller?
Stacy Y Whyte is the Chief Executive Director of Women Faith Speakers Association, Gifted Business Coach, Best-selling Author and Sought After Speaker with a global platform.
Referred to as "The FAITHFactor Transformational Catalyst" by her peers in the industry, her powerful message of empowerment, inspiration, encouragement and hope has been herald at conferences, workshops and seminars; it has had a tremendous impact on lives from diverse nationality across the globe.
Stacy has been featured on Trinity Broadcasting Television Network, MIMA Magazine, Truth In The News Magazine, Inspired with Joyce Talk Show, Robert Ministries Talk Show, Source One, Caribbean News, WAVS FM and the Authors Show.
Greg O’Brien has more than 35 years of newspaper and magazine experience as a writer, editor, investigative reporter, and publisher. Over the years, he has contributed to, among other publications, the Associated Press, UPI, USA Today, Arizona Republic, Boston Herald American, Boston Metro, New York Metro, Philadelphia Metro, Providence Journal, Cape Cod Times, Boston Irish Reporter, and Boston Magazine, where he was senior writer. He is former editor and publisher of the Cape Codder and Register newspapers, former editor of Cape Cod Life, and was a founding managing director of Community Newspaper Company in Boston. He is the editor/author of several books, has published 17 books by other writers through his publishing affiliate Codfish Press, has written/produced documentaries, and has been a scriptwriter. O’Brien is the editor and president of Stony Brook Group located on Cape Cod in Brewster, MA, through which he runs local, regional, and national political and corporate communication strategy campaigns. He now blogs for Huffington Post and Psychology Today. He and his wife Mary Catherine have three children: Brendan, Colleen, and Conor.
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