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one of the greatest movies ever made indiana jones. these films were awesome and there been copycat movies out there like the mummy and tomb raider. but if it wasn't for indiana jones we wouldn't have these spin off or copycats. but what was your favorite indiana jones movie when u were growing up as a kid. plus what u think of the young indy shows after the third one came out. harrison ford was the best indiana jones and now there talk about a reboot movies. no word on who going play him. but i hope it turns out good and stay true to the classic ones that harrison ford did. but call in and tell us what u think of the first four movies and the upcoming reboot.
The Sports Nerd Show is back! And this time Indiana Jones is coming with us. Tj and Cameron will be going over one of the greatest movie trilogies of all time, starting at 6PM PST tonight. Rolling boulders, Kalima, Short Round,Sallah, and his dear old dad, are all on the table. We'll also be talking some MLB opening day, and MLS season kickoff.
Yogi Roth has been described as a modern day Indiana Jones. He is a media personality, college football analyst, best-selling author, motivational speaker, actor and an Emmy nominated filmmaker. At heart, though, he’s a guy from a small town in Pennsylvania who loves to share a good story.
Win Forever, the New York Times best-seller that he co-authored with Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, is one of those good stories. His most recent story, though, is Life in a Walk, a documentary about a walk Yogi took with his dad. It’s not just any walk but one through Portugal and Spain along the Camino De Santiago. Yogi says that the film is about making a decision to act on his strong feeling to spend more time with his father.
Today he’ll discuss the making of that film and his ongoing exploration of human potential. He is the co-founder of Win Forever, a brand inspired by Pete Carroll, that furthers human potential, elevates mentorship and inspires leaders through a philosophy of competition. When he’s not doing all of the above, Yogi travels the nation delivering motivational presentations about living a Life Without Limits.
But she’s been a writer since second grade. That was when she started filling her great-grandpa’s giant sketchbook with story after story — most of them about little girls who found puppies, because she wanted one. She didn’t get that puppy until she was out on her own. She did, however, know early on that she wanted to entertain others with her fiction.
With three books published by Turquoise Morning Press (Diva in the Dugout, Beauty and the Ballplayer and Sliding into Home) and two indie stories out there (Home for the Holidays and Blind Date Bride), that lifelong ambition is becoming reality.
Meet Arlene Hittle:
She is a member of Northern Arizona Romance Writers of America and currently serves as the chapter’s president. She has a B.S. in journalism from the University of Evansville (Indiana) and has worked in the newspaper industry as a reporter or copy editor/page designer since 1994. After being laid off in September 2014, she’s freelancing as a copy editor and proofreader.
January Jones-White Light-Energy Nurse
Carolyn Green shares in this interview the launch of her new jewelry line composed of original crystals and one of a kind items that will be unique and special gifts for Mother’s Day at
Carolyn Green, The Energy Nurse, RN, certified life coach, energy medical practitioner, sharing her White Light experiences is the author of, Getting To Know You: Guided Pearls of Wisdom for a More Soulful Experience. Her book is based on 18 channeled guidances to help re-establish healthier thought patterns.
Carolyn has been a registered nurse since 1983, with experience in medical/surgical, and pre/postoperative care. She is married to Chiropractor Dr. Adlai Green, and together they have been working at their wellness center outside of Orlando, Fla. for 34 years.
Carolyn trained and is certified in several forms of energy medicine, with a concentration on Healing Touch that is accredited by the American Holistic Nurse's Association.
Meet The Supremes Mary Wilson-Motown Star
January Jones welcomes Tom Ingrassia and Jared Chrudimsky co-author’s of When One Door Closes: Overcoming Adversity By Following Your Dreams sharing their guest Mary Wilson of The Supremes.
She Did Things Her Way
Scott S. Smith, columnist for Investor's Business Daily shares in depth information about four amazing women during this interview with January Jones.
Listen to the actress Katharine Hepburn's story: She Did Things Her Way.
Meet Kathy Ireland who career went from Supermodel to Supermogel.
Meet Barbara Corcoran, investor on TV Reality show "Shark Tank."
Interview with Francis Hesselbein, 99m years old, who made The Girl Scouts Cool!
Not many actors could survive the dramatic career ups and downs that Katharine Hepburn did.
She was fired from half of her first paid efforts on stage for inability to act.
Her first movie, “A Bill of Divorcement” in 1932, was a hit and the next year she won the Oscar for Best Actress for her role in “Morning Glory.”
But she refused to attend the Academy Awards, wouldn’t sign autographs, was critical of the studios, and prickly with the press, earning her the title Katharine of Arrogance (after playing Catherine of Aragon).
January Jones-Loss of A Child-Donna Mebane
Donna Mebane grew up wanting to be two things: a mother and a writer. She first became a mom and then a writer after the death of her youngest child, Emma.
While Donna has had numerous writing experiences over the years, she became a published author after she wrote Tomorrow Comes as a way of envisioning a future for her 19-year-old daughter who went to sleep one night and never woke up.
She calls Tomorrow Comes a work of “reality fiction” because it captures the reality of grief that family and friends endured after Emma died at the same time that it creates an enchanting fictional world of AFTER.
January Jones -Ricky’s Revolution
Jeannie Kerrigan is an author, healer, teacher and spiritual leader and an incredible keynote speaker for non-violence. Having taught Quantum Healing, Somatic Polarity, Ancient Wisdom Teachings and Indigenous Spirituality to students all over the world, Jeannie’s lifelong passion is to bring modern relevance to this wisdom ~ weaving the web of non-violence and empowering sacred movement in its highest vibration.
Through her book Layla, her organization ~ Ricky’s Revolution Non-Profit, workshops, one-on-one healing sessions, radio, television and public speaking, Jeannie empowers people with the tools and wisdom they need to heal themselves and each other. Jeannie helps people discover the shift in vibration and provides the support needed in transitions and peace of mind for life.