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  • 00:30

    Dr Jerri Eddington on Tell Me a Story

    in Culture

    Today on Tell Me a Story we welcome Soul Success Coach, Educator, Mediator, Author, Energy Healer, Facilitator of Change and JV Partner, Jerri Eddington, Ed.D. Jerri is also the Creator of Energy Connections, LLC and Co-Creator of “Lighten Up and Thrive.”  “Lighten Up and Thrive” is a sacred vision of sharing our expertise and wisdom as transformational Life Coaches. The powerful, transformative programs are designed so you can experience “Joyful Living for Mind, Body and Soul.” Connect with Jerri www.lightenupandthrive.com www.drjerrieddington.com www.authordrjerrieddington.com as well as you can find Jerri on Facebook and LinkedIn. Tell Me a Story is a presentation of The Magic Happens Radio Network www.themagichappens.com

  • 01:02

    Featured Guest Jerri Brown, Founder, All Things Creative

    in Women

    Tune in on Monday, February 23rd as we feature guest, Jerri Brown, founder of All Things Creative (ATC), an artistic platform that provides inspiring artwork, novelties, services and programs.  Learn how this wife and mom of 6 balances her roles while pursuing her dreams and goals!


    About Our Featured Guest:


    Mrs. Jerri Danyelle Brown (Jerri B) is the founder of All Things CREATIV (ATC), an artistic platform that provides inspiring artwork, novelties, services, and programs.  Jerri is an Artist, Designer, and Creative Consultant.  She has been creating for over 20 years.  She has hosted solo exhibitions, published artistic books and literary works, and launched creative product lines.  Her artwork illustrates the endearing moments of inter-generational bonds and inspirational concepts, and has been referred to as Narrative Art.  Jerri works in a variety of media including acrylic, pastels, charcoal, block print, photography, textiles, ceramics, and graphic design.  She strives to trigger feelings of warmth and familiarity from the viewer.


    At age 37, Jerri has been married for sixteen years and is the mother of six children.  In addition to her roles as a wife and mother, Jerri is also an active Community Advocate and Minister.  She has hosted and participated in several grassroots programs to encourage youth in the area of Art.  Jerri believes that Art is therapeutic, and she has facilitated creative sessions at women's gatherings and retreats as a "de-stresser."

  • 00:56

    Transitioning Through Change with Gretchen Oehler Hogg and Jerri Eddington,

    in Health

    Gretchen Oehler Hogg, BSN Certified clinical hypnotherapist, International Soul Coach


    Gretchen Oehler Hogg, RN, BSN is the founder of Conscious Health Medical Hypnotherapy, through which she provides compassionate, individualized services that incorporate multiple modalities to assist her clients in achieving optimal health and wellness. She is a certified clinical hypnotherapist (CCHt), holding certifications with the American Council of Hypnotist Examiners and the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association. Gretchen is also certified as an International Soul Coach


    Jerri Eddington, Ed.D. is the Creator of "Energy Connections" and the Co-Creator of "Lighten Up and Thrive." "Lighten Up and Thrive!" is a sacred vision of sharing our expertise and wisdom as transformational Life Coaches. We facilitate powerful, transformative programs so you can experience "Joyful Living for Mind, Body and Soul." We embrace the mystery of ALL that YOU can be.


    In addition to her energy/healing modalities, Jerri has thirty-six years experience as an educator, counselor, and coach. She lives with her husband Bob in the Phoenix, Arizona area and enjoys a deep connection with her adult sons, Marcus and Jeremy.


     


    To learn more about Gretchen Oehler Hogg, BSN, CCHt, Author and Jerri Eddington, Ed.D., LICDC, OCPS, click here.



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  • 02:36

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Be Still Retreat

    in Art

    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

    Guests:

    1. Dr. Frank Staggers, Jr. works as an Addiction and HIV medical doctor in Berkeley, CA. He is the Medical Director of the Berkeley Addiction Treatment Services Center. Presently he is also the President of the Alameda/Contra Costa County Medical Association, with a membership of 4000 physicians.

    2. Darinxoso Oyamasela joins us to speak about the Umoja Community Choir's 10th Anniversary Scholarship Awards Dinner, May 16, 5 p.m. (dinner), 6:30 p.m. (concert) in Richmond, CA, at the Independent Holiness Church, 1605 South 16th Street. For information call: (415) 531-0821.Tickets are $10 & $25.

    3. We close with a conversation with event sponsor and presenters: Sharon Green-Holder, Event Planner for Black Women’s Media Project and owner, Mom & Pop Green Non-Profit Organization, Jerri Lange, veteran journalist, author, activist, keynote speaker, and Maalak Atkins, Soul Chi workshop host. The Be Still Retreat at Mills College is May 9, 2015, 9-4 p.m. To register: http://www.hhrec.org/#!black-womens-media-project/c1ypj

    Music: Julia Steele Allen's "Words Are Seeds"


     

  • 01:02

    BEING CHILDREN IN THEIR EYES BUT ALSO THEIR ADULT CAREGIVERS

    in Books

    TOPIC: TAKING CARE OF OUR PARENTS. HOW DO WE REMAIN THEIR KIDS WHEN WE ARE THEIR ADULT CAREGIVERS? WHO HAS SAY? Call in and share your experience with taking care of your parents. Have you prepared for this mentally? Physically? Emotionally? But most of all FINANCIALLY? When one parent is left living after the other has passed what do you have in place? How do you let your father or mother stay independent? We will discuss these questions in depth. Your input is necessary!
    CALL IN THE SHARE: 646-716-6171 OR STAY BEHIND THE SCENES AND TALK ON THE MESSAGE BOARDS. THEY WILL BE OPEN THE ENTIRE SHOW.
     
     
    TO BOOK A SHOW ON LET'S TALK URBAN1 RADIO STATION SEND INQUIRY TO LETS.TALK.URBAN1@GMAIL.COM
    THE BLUEPRINT W/ TREASURE BLUE SATURDAYS 8PM EST.
    LET'S TALK URBAN W/ FELISHA BRADSHAW AND GUEST HOSTS
    PILLOW TALK W/ FELISHA BRADSHAW&JERRI HANSEN
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  • 01:01

    THE NANOSECOND

    in Culture

    KATIA SAMUEL AKA THE DOKTER TALKS WITH YOU ABOUT YOUR NANOSECOND! CALL IN AND SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE WITH THE DOKTER. 646-716-6171.


    WE HAVE TWO SPECIAL GUESTS FROM CONNECTICUT AND FLORIDA AS WELL AS AUTHOR/POET/INSPIRATIONAL SPEAKER JERRI HANSEN

  • 01:01

    On Wheels Now / Guest Susan Smotherman and Jerri Patrick racing out of P.V.S.

    in Automotive

    Live every Tuesday at 6pm (PST), From Las Vegas, Nevada
    "Your Inside Look at Local Motorsports"
    "The Racers Roundtable" Racers and Race Fans talking about racing. Dirt and Asphalt oval short track racing, Drag racing, off road racing and more ...
     Interviews with racecar drivers, officials and fans.  "LIVE" Every Tuesday at 6:00pm (PST)
     

  • 00:18

    Ten Minutes of Friendship with RSVP Director Jerri Sutton

    in Health

    Welcome to the new format for the Friendship Centers' Podcast. For a long time now we've focused on the challenges of caregiving, but there are so many other services the Friendship Centers offer. We're not walking away from helping our listeners with the challenges of being a caregiver, just expanding into different areas where the Friendship Centers have some amazing programs and support for the aging community.


    Our first guest on "Ten Minutes of Friendship" is Jerri Sutton, Director of the RSVP program. RSVP is part of Senior Corps and is America’s largest volunteer network for people 55 and over. Volunteers make a difference by tutoring in the classrooms, becoming career mentors, helping other seniors get the health care they need, supporting those who served in the military or their families, and building capacity so neighborhood non-profits will be more effective in reaching their goal.


    These podcasts are all made possible thanks to the support of the Friendship Centers. Their slogan, "People Helping People" couldn't describe them better. It's an amazing group of people totally dedicated to the Southwest Florida communities.



     

  • 01:00

    R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio

    in Self Help

    The Fabulous Life of a Fierce, Fit Wife!


    Tune in to R.E.A.L. Single Wives Radio as Koereyelle and guest host Lakia Brandenburg, The Wife Coach discuss the latest in Entertainment and Celeb news. Our featured guest is happy wife and Lifestyle Coach Bo Talley! Plus, don't miss a Single Wives Weekend sneak peek with Master Herbalist Jerri Evans of TurningNatural.com! And don't miss our Behind the Brand segment sharing secrets of success at 6:45!

  • 02:11

    The National and International Roundtable Welcomes Jerri Lange

    in Current Events

    Jerri Lange has had a wealth of experience in television (both in front of the camera and behind the scenes). Her colorful career has yielded numerous awards in the field of broadcasting, and in April 1978 San Francisco State University issued its most prestigious honor, the Broadcast Preceptor Award, given by the Broadcast Communications Arts Department "in recognition of signal accomplishments, leadership and adherence to the highest standards in broadcasting" to three recipients: Walter Cronkite, Mike Wallace, and Jerri Lange.


    Between 1969 and 1979, Jerri was host of a number of television programs in San Francisco which focused on community issues at KEMO, KBHK, KGO, and KQED (where she also served on the board). Jerri became the first black woman to host a national talk show, Turnabout, which was produced at the San Francisco public television station KQED and broadcast on 148 stations throughout the country. 


    Jerri was comfortable on camera, and comfortable interviewing superstars such as Shirley MacLaine, Sammy Davis, Jr., Rock Hudson, and others. On March 1, 1978 at KQED she was honored as "The Outstanding Broadcaster of the Year" by American Women in Radio and Television.


    As a professor of Broadcast Communications Arts at San Francisco State University, Jerri taught Broadcasting and Affirmative Action, Women in Media, and Writing for Radio and Television. She also lectured a graduate class in Communications at Stanford University. She was granted an interview with Professor Arnold Tonybee, historian and member of the Royal Institute of International Studies in London.


     

  • 03:00

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    Douglas Stewart?, Director of Special Programs at Alameda County Health and Human Resource Education Center, is targeting the African American community to promote the  “getting healthy in our community. He is leading the charge for the Outreach and Education efforts for the new Affordable Health Care Act (Covered CA) and also implementing the new “Downtown TAY” initiative, which is a culturally enriched, comprehensive and creative empowerment program for youth: http://www.hhrec.org/  Tim Jackson is a nationally syndicated cartoonist and illustrator. His social commentary cartoons have appeared on the editorial pages of multiple journals and newspapers. He is currently based in Chicago, Illinois. Multiple First Place winner of the NNPA Award for Editorial Cartoons. Born in Dayton, Ohio, Tim began his formal art education with a Commercial Art program at Sinclair College, relocated to Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. While still in college, founded the company, Creative License Studio. He first began long-term correspondence with Morrie Turner when I was 14. [43 years])  http://obita4.wix.com/clstoons2 Ms. Jerri Lange, journalistic career began at the San Francisco Chronicle, where she worked along side such luminaries as Art Hoppe, Charles McCabe and Count Marco, and her mentor, Scott Newhall. She continued with tours at stations KEMO, KBHK, KGO and KQED Television. She also taught at San Francisco State University. Morrie Turner's childhood friend, she joins us to share stories growing up in West Oakland and teen years in Berkeley where they both graduated from Berkeley High. Karen Oyekanmi also joins us to talk about Morrie Turner's encouragement when she was a child. She also tells us about the Black Beauty Doll and Gift Show Sat., Nov. 15, at AAMLO.