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Dr. Reggies has been busy this week with the FCCI leadership conference on campus, but he is taking time from his hectic schedule to come back this week to talk about the conference, the latest happenings at SCU, and an important update on the leadership initiative. An incoming freshman to SCU, who just happens to be Dr. Reggies' daughter, will talk about why she chose SCU and her study plans and if time allows, John and Dr. Reggies will talk about the book on which they are collaborating, Strictly Business, from which this show derived its name.
A. Louise Robertson talks about her latest book, Chained to Mineola (Long Island, New York Book 2)
About Chained to Mineola: Carly Eubanks returns to her hometown for her aunt's funeral. Before flying back to California she drives down the street in Mineola where she spent her childhood. The house was originally owned by Betty and Bill Edwards, her grandparents, who bought the house after WWII. Carly is dismayed when she discovers a road crew who is just about to cut down the oak trees on Oak Street, including the one she played in as a child in front of her old home. She can't let this happen. She mades an instant decision to save the tree, climbing inside the limbs and then chaining herself to the branches. With the help of her cousin and an old high school boyfriend she sets out to save the tree and the environment and swears not to come down until the City changes its plans to widen the street and to demolish the trees. It's not going to be easy, in fact, the unforeseen future presents more than one challenge to this determined woman. It's Carly's story, but also her cousin and her niece's story. Her niece, Alison becomes involved with a young man from Scotland who has an uncle also very concerned about the environment, in fact he makes a career from working in Perthshire's annual Enchanted Forest. Destiny is about to step in and change all of their lives, because of a girl who loves a tree.
About A. Louise Robertson: A. Louise Robertson was born in New York City in 1948. She's been a writer since first opening the cover of Little Women as an eight-year-old and falling in love with the written word.
Join host Alice Backer of ww.kiskeacity.com as she welcomes guests to discuss the latest developments in the denationalization and deportation of Dominicans of Haitian descent and undocumented Haitians in the DR.
Born in Havertown, PA and currently based in Los Angeles, singer/Songwriter Mary Scholz has been singing since the age of four and writing since the age of fourteen, producing a blend of lyric folk & pop/rock with a bittersweet twist. After three EPs and a full album, The Girl You Thought You Knew whose single “Bridges We Burn” was nominated for a 2014 Hollywood Music and Media Award, she toured in 2014 in the US and Europe and is now launching her 2015 Summer tour, starting in her home state and ending up in Southern California. But, first, she taks to us at Music FridayLive!.
Seventeen-year-old Seattle high school senior, pop singer and YouTube sensation Jessica Domingo is probably the busiest woman in music anywhere. She has released two CD’s, garnered more than 2 million views for her video cover of “Thinking About You” and was a semi-finalist for the worldwide UnsignedOnly Music Competition. And she manages her own YouTube and Vevo Channels. Her 2014 West Coast tour was sold out at every gig and she continues to perform in Seattle and on the festival circuit. This January she released her latest EP, Masterpiece, produced with multi-platinum Grammy award-winning producer Mikal Blue at Revolver Recordings in Los Angeles. The album releases tomorrow! and she will be here to tell us how she did - and does - all that great music this Friday.
As a special treat, MITRE will join us for a few minutes at the beginning of the show.
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Your national award-winning family radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton will present a timely news segment on the latest in cancer research on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at 7:30 pm EST. Leading oncologist and best-selling author Dr. Mitchell Gaynor talks exclusively to Shana about genetic testing options and cancer diagnoses. Clinical oncologist and President of Science and Medicine at Cancer Treatment Centers of America’s Eastern Regional Medical Center, Dr. Maurie Markman, joins the show to discuss precision medicine and cancer treatment. This entire show will inform, inspire, and encourage.
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Neil Haley, The Total Tutor, and Dede Rittman, 37 year teacher veteran and award-winning author, discuss the “too many valedictorians” issue. This school year, the Dublin, Ohio City Schools listed 222 valedictorians in their three high schools. Many other districts in America boast an average of 17-25 valedictorians per year. Neil and Dede give their opinions on this issue, as well as weighted AP classes and students’ effect on the student’s GPA averages. Great discussion! Please join in the discussion! Tweet your opinion to @totaltutor and @dederittman
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