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Tonight Bards Logic welcomes award winning composer Julia Newmann. http://www.julianewmann.com/
You have heard her music on the television series "Bones" in which she was honored with an ASCAP Film and Television Music Award for her work on the series. In addition, she also composed music for Fox's spinoff series, "The Finder." She is also known for her works on the films Blood Diamond, Michael Clayton, I Am Legend, and The Happening and many more ( check out her website). Recently, she has also been composing music for videos for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ut44NRbZ640
Julia Cameron is perhaps most famous for her book The Artist's Way, in which she has helped millions unlock their highest creative selves. But The Artist's Way isn't just a book - it's a movement; Shaun has been doing the infamous "morning pages" process for over a decade. On this special episode, Shaun gets to say thank you to a teacher who has no idea the impact her work has had on him, and discuss what it takes to live the life of a true artist.
Join us on April 30 at 7 pm EST. As we talk with Julia Ross, founder of Recovery Systems Clinic and author of 'The Diet Cure' and 'The Mood Cure'. Julia Ross is a pioneer in the field of nutrition, appetite, and mood. She is a specialist in the treatment of eating disorders and addictions. We'll be taking your questions LIVE at 646-378-0494.
Julia will share with you the healing that can take place through "Talking Story" with yourself and others. Julia will be sharing folklore stories. Julia will be interviewing Jennie E. Lake.
Jennie Elizabeth Lake, an awakened individual, has overcome her own tumultuous story to save and bring healing to thousands of others once like her. As author, educator, and friend, Jennie is intrinsically able to successfully expound upon the often-subtle yet meaningful difference between our mind-made constructions, and what is real.
Jim and Jennifer welcome Julia Whitehead to the show. Rocking her baby to sleep one night, Julia had an epiphany: The world needed an organization dedicated to renowned and beloved author Kurt Vonnegut. She already lived in his hometown of Indianapolis. So she tracked down his son, Mark Vonnegut, and told him that building a memorial to Kurt Vonnegut would be the greatest work of her life. The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library opened in 2008 and today presents arts, cultural and humanities events and educational programming. Prior to this, Julia had writing and editing gigs for Random House, the Military Officers Association of America, the Indiana and South Carolina State Legislatures, and Eli Lilly & Co. She served in the Marine Corps and once taught English to second-graders in Bangkok.
Join us for conversations with four fabulous women writers!
Hallie Ephron on There Was an Old Woman Domenica Ruta on With or Without You Suzanne Palmieri on The Witch of Little Italy We also talk with the incomparable Julia Glass about the books sitting on her nightstand
Listeners will have the chance to win There Was an Old Woman and The Witch of Little Italy
Cook’s books have dealt with a variety of tough issues that children are faced with today – bullying, anxiety, anger management, divorce, and the list goes on.
Her recent releases include Cell Phoney, dealing with cell phone addiction and etiquette, and Smarter than the Scoopers, which teaches kids to be safe from predators in a non-threatening way.
Cook and her publisher, the National Center for Youth Issues, recently donated autographed copies of her book Grief is Like a Snowflake to each family affected by the Sandy Hook tragedy, as well as a case of the books with the accompanying activity books to all of the Newtown, Conn. schools.
Cook has presented in more than 800 schools across the country and regularly delivers keynote addresses at national education and counseling conferences.
The goal behind all of Julia’s 45 published children’s books and efforts is to actively involve young people into her fun and creative stories and teach them to become lifelong problem solvers.
Inspiration for her books comes from working with children and carefully listening to parents and teachers.
Cook’s books have been referenced in such publications as Parent’s Magazine, The New Yorker, The Chicago Tribune, Yahoo.com, dr.laura.com and babyzone.com has. She has also been featured on CNN’s HLN News, and several large metropolitan networks. For more information, go to www.juliacookonline.com and LIKE her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/#!/juliacookonline?fref=ts
Who are the women behind the prestigious Healthcare Businesswomen's Association Woman of the Year event? Each year, extremely remarkable women make this event happen flawlessly, and 2013 is no exception. This 24th event will be held Thursday May 9 to celebrate the achievements of renowned leaders in healthcare from across the industry. Julia Kelly, this years chair, will share an inside glimpse of what is planned and why WOTY is so meaningful to the thousands of HBA members. Our interview takes place at lunchtime, so grab a bite and join in on what will be an inspiring conversation!
Never doubt tht a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has, Maragret Mead
This weeks Marco Renda, Licenced mmj grower, Publisher and Editor in Cheif for Treating Yourself Magazine discusses upcoming "Treating Yourself Expo" and how he got started with publishing the "Treating Yourself Magazine." Also joining us,Julia curator of the online Peter McWilliams Museum. established "Peter's Page" at PeterMcWilliams.org
We will be talking to former Tennessee State Representative Julia Hurley. We'll touch on her work in the Tennessee State House and what she has been doing since leaving office. After Ms. Hurley, we will talk about Rand Paul's filibuster this past week.