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Its the Thursday instrumetal show. Playing HARD Beats from 80's til now. Freestylers call in. Beat makers listen in. Tune in every week for house music, dubstep, drum n bass and hip hop. Straight outta tampa fl - Instrumental beats 4u. Lois & Kennedy in Tampa. Gil's your man.. come vibe with the best. Free admission til midnight.. doors close at 4am. Dj's spinnin from 9pm til 4am. Live streaming radio when we plug in.. blogtalkradio.com/drumz
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There are different ways of expressing grief. In her ground breaking work, Eleanor Silverberg describes the act of providing care to chronically ill family members as an expression of grief. She took the styles of instrumental and intuitive grieving originally devised for death related circumstances and applied them into the caregiving experience, especially in dealing with progressive and chronic conditions.
In this episode, Dr. Kenneth Doka, a leading expert in thanatology and grief counseling is Eleanor's guest, speaking about the instrumental style of grieving that he was involved in developing and writing about as co-author of the (2000) book Men Don't Cry, Women Do: Transcending Gender Stereotypes of Grief and then the (revised 2010) book Grieving Beyond Gender: Understanding the Ways Men and Women Mourn .
Eleanor Silverberg applied these styles and other grief models intended for death related circumstances to family caregivers in her 2007 article Introducing the 3-A Grief Intervention Model for Dementia Caregivers:: Acknowledge, Assess, Assist.
Preview of Eleanor Silverberg's book Caregiving with Strength including the Foreword written by Dr. Kenneth Doka along with Caregiving with Strength Programs for Care Providers can be found on the website. www.eleanorsilverberg.com
Playin only hard beats 4 your ear.... Hip Hop instrumental sound... from bronx back to the bronx.. mc rhymers come through... playin hard beats out of tampa, fl. wanna rhyme tonight.. check it out... only real mcs apply.... i get to upload 3 audio files... thats it... take it or leave it... the free 30 min show is for me and you.. wanna battle.. call in.. late night mix
Tonight focusing on hard beats for your ear. Playing classic and new hip hop instrumental beats. Freestylers can call in if you like. Taking beats only. No singing tonight just hard saturday night instrumentals. Our Djs bring the underground sound to you. Streaming out of Tampa, Fl. Tune in tonight 11pm eastern time. Hip Hop Instrumental Show will be sure to deliver. any questions, comments send to firstname.lastname@example.org to hear all previous shows visit blogtalkradio.com/drumz and twitter.com/tcnology
The show’s first guest is Michael Krawitz, a disabled United States Air Force Veteran, injured in an accident while serving on Guam. As Executive Director of Veterans for Medical Marijuana Access, Michael has been instrumental in changing the policies of the Veterans Administration on the use of medical marijuana by veterans. Even so many veterans continue to be kicked out of pain management and other VA programs as a result of their use of medical marijuana. Michael will speak about what the VA says about veterans using medical marijuana vs. what they are actually doing including his most recent meetings with VA officials on this issue.
Marijuana munchies is the mantra, but far from sending users on a food binge, many report that marijuana can actually help in weight management and weight loss. Our second guest is Karen Pike who went from nearly 500 pounds to under 250 pounds and marijuana played a significant role in her weight loss. Karen will relate how marijuana helped her lose weight when nothing else worked and reveal the program she followed to make it happen.
Slapparatus is a decent journey into ever vibrant Californian beats phenomena. And a guide to it is non other than Mr. Dibiase aka Dibiase aka Dibia$e aka Diabolic's productions coming all the way from LA's very own Watts. He is wicked producer and a beat battle warrior with RedBull Big Tune 2010 champion title under his belt. At the moment he releases his material through Fat City, Jazzysport, All City and Alpha Pup. On the last mentioned label he also released his debut LP Machines Hate Me in 2010. So last year were quite large for him and now he wants to share it with you. Combining past, present and future his mix has all the necessary elements of groove, depth and bumpiness. And knowing that a big part of tracklist is by Dibiase's own killah's, wonders about level of production shouldn't be an issue. Plus it delivers perhaps the biggest variety of Mondayjazz shoutings ever recorded on the mix and Dibiase deserves a big shout out back for that! And don't leave Slapparatus only for Monday, it's real beauty lies in a Sunday's afternoon walk through the neighborhood.
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Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church will honor Pastor Harry Toussaint for 30 years of faithful service on Sunday November 23, 2014, time 3pm. The church is located 322 Davis Ave, Pass Christian, MS, 39571. Pastor Toussaint was born November 21, 1950. He attended Opelousas High school in Opelousas Louisiana, graduating in 1969. He served four years in the United States Navy as a Ship Serviceman Barber 3rd Class, and later served in the United States Navy Reserves. In January 1972 Harry married Dominiciana (Nene) Manlubant and to this union, two children were born, a girl Roland and a son Armando. In 1984, Reverend Toussaint accepted the call to lead Goodwill Missionary Baptist Church. These 30 years have both fulfilling and challenging. After the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Pastor Toussaint was instrumental in obtaining financial and physical help for the Church, its members, as well as the community of Pass Christian. We are proud to call Reverend Toussaint our Pastor, man of God, Father, Leader and Friend. We pray that he will continue to be an instrument that God uses to strengthen his people.
Rick “Slick Rick” Walters was born in London in 1965 and moved with his family to the Bronx in 1975.
Charlie Rock of HARLEM WORLD CREW was very instrumental in bringing “Ricky D” AKA “Slick Rick” and together when he was request by Doug to introduce him to Rick after he has seen him win a number of local MC battle contest. It was at a MC Contest at the 369 Armory on 142nd street in Harlem, given by promotion partners Ray chandler & Charlie Rock, The Rick & Doug were formally introduced by Rock.
As a 19-year-old in the summer of 1985 he scored his first big hits, “La Di Da Di” and “The Show.”
Three years later Def Jam Recordings released Rick’s first full-length album, “The Great Adventures of Slick Rick”. Hailed as a showcase for Rick’s extraordinary writing and rapping skills, it quickly achieved “platinum” status for sales in excess of one million copies and has since established itself as a rap classic.
At the height of his fame in July of 1990, Rick shot and wounded two people in an ill-advised attempt to protect himself against a violent predator. Convicted of attempted murder in the second degree, he began serving his sentence of three-to-ten years in 1991. While he was in jail, he released “The Ruler’s Back” (1991) and “Behind Bars” (1994).
After his release in 1999 he released “The Art of Storytelling.”
All three albums were certified go
Madam Coach sits down with film Director, Laine Causey, to talk about the synchronicity of their first meeting, how their Spiritual paths have crossed and how Madam Coach has supported and guided Laine to elevate to a higher Divine appointment, including the story behind how Laine was instrumental in Madam Coach's beginning her radio show.
Singing cowboy Tex Ritter was born and raised in Texas moved to New York then to Los Angeles then to Nashville as he built a life long career as singer/actor/entertainer. The father of John Ritter and grandfather of Jason Ritter he was instrumental in forming th eCountry Music Association, He perform on radio, TV and in the movies throghout his career. He also toured Europe and the United States entertaining with music, stories and more.
Peggy Duquesnel is an accomplished pianist, vocalist and composer with over 25 years of professional experience. She has performed and recorded with such notables as Alan Broadbent, Henry Mancini, Dionne Warwick, Jeff Lorber, Jimmy Haslip, Al Schmitt, David Pack, Jeff Hamilton and John Patitucci. She has released eight jazz, pop and inspirational CDs as a featured artist, which have received critical acclaim, and has composed and published more than fifty instrumental and vocal original songs. She served as stadium keyboardist for the Anaheim Angels and the Mighty Ducks and has been a featured performer for the Auckland Philharmonic, Disney, Roland, Kawai, and at many concert venues, corporate events, churches and clubs. Duquesnel serves as Director of Jazz Studies at Concordia University. She studied music at Fullerton College and received a B.A. in Music from CSU Northridge.
As a housewife, Carole Dean, took a $20 bill and turned it into a $50 million a year industry when she coined the phrase “short ends” and began buying and selling film left over from production. She was instrumental in the birth of the Hollywood independent film community which took advantage of her discounted raw stock. In 1992, Carole created the Roy W. Dean Grant which has provided filmmakers with millions of dollars in goods and services and played a crucial role in establishing the careers of our most important documentary filmmakers.
Carole is the author of The Art of Film Funding: Alternative Financing Concepts, now in its second edition, and The Art of Manifesting: Creating Your Future. She is the executive producer for Women Behind the Camera, BAM 6.6, American Chain Gang and Step Away From the Stone. Carole is the recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award 2012 from the Women's International Film & Television Showcase (TheWIFTS), and is also a partner with Indiegogo raising over a half million dollars with filmmakers.
For more information about Carole Dean and From the Heart Productions please visit www.FromtheHeartProductions.com.
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