• 00:32

    Let's Talk "She POWER" with Dr. Linette Montae

    in Motivation

    Dr. Linette Montae is an internationally acclaimed speaker, author and award winning results strategist. On stage, online and in her community – you can find Dr. Montae using her personal story of abuse, her natural ability to quickly zoom in on what’s not working, her years of coachsultingexperience, and her doctoral education in Training & Performance Improvement to help action taker CEO's "Lead with Unapologetic SHE Power™" and Build Your Empire in Less Time™! 


     


    Dr. Montae founded The International Movement to Empower More Youth (now called SHE Power Teens) because she “believes that given the right space, tools and training; ALL youth can succeed!” And also serves as National Advocate Against the Domestic Violence & Abuse of Women and Girls. 


     


    On a more personal note, Dr. Montae has raised 2 biological and 12 therapeutic foster care children; and she loves purple, Cheetos Puffs and really cute shoes!

  • 00:41

    Margie Lopez Read, artist and donating all the proceeds of her art

    in Art

    Margie Lopez Read, artist and donating all the proceeds of her art


    Margie Lopez Read paintings, and or prints of paintings are traded for a check made out to a worthwhile organization that the buyer and Margie agree upon.


    I had the sheer joy to be part of the original show that Armando Sanchez did on his network I learned so much that I had to invite onto to my show.


    I found the idea of doing incredible artwork and then donating the purchase price back to non-profit, to be incredibly intriguing


    I did a bit of research on her web site www.margies-art.com and Facebook:  Donation Art, and discovering such art work as, Rosa-Big Sweetness and Sutter Buttes (both I could feel connection to) makes me believe this will be a great show and I really look forward to it


    "Art is life and not worth much unless it helps make the world just a little bit better in one way or another."
     
    Art has been important to Margie her whole life, influenced in large part by her grandmother Margie Cooper, who was an accomplished painter.  
     
    She states, "All of that is fun, but I want my art to do more. You see, I believe that art is at its best when it teaches, records a memory, tells a story, or provokes thought.  It is better still if it can be used to raise funds for worthwhile non-profit programs that improve the condition of our world." and " Please feel good about what you have done to make the world a better place and have joyous and peaceful times during this holiday season."


    Original show link  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/latino-role-models-success/2014/11/20/margie-lopez-read-artist-and-donating-all-the-process-of-her-art


    thanks to Armando Sanchez whose description  I copied

  • 00:42

    Margie Lopez Read, artist and donating all the process of her art

    in Business

    Margie Lopez Read paintings, and or prints of paintings are traded for a check made out to a worthwhile organization that the buyer and Margie agree upon.  


    Donation Art Project.  Donating all the proceeds of her art to a non-profit.


    The ‘trades’ of her paintings have raised funds for many programs including ‘Doctors Without Borders’, ‘UNICEF’, scholarship funds, food for children programs, athletics for the disabled, animal protection programs and other humanitarian aid programs through the world.  And it seems to be growing…
     
    "Art is life and not worth much unless it helps make the world just a little bit better in one way or another."
     
    Art has been important to Margie her whole life, influenced in large part by her grandmother Margie Cooper, who was an accomplished painter.  Because of her (also her namesake), her parents allowed her significant freedom to partake in all things creative.  Margie Lopez Read indulged in a variety of media, techniques and styles – traditional, contemporary, surreal, pop  -- all that was around and developing in the 60’s and 70’s.  She also did a fair amount of illustration, cartoons and silk screen art with social and political commentary for high school and university newspapers and for movements such as United Farm Workers.
     
    Over the years, she has participated in various art events, both juried and open.  Margie has won some ribbons here and there, and has sometimes displayed her work in art galleries. She states, "All of that is fun, but I want my art to do more. You see, I believe that art is at its best when it teaches, records a memory, tells a story, or provokes thought.  It is better still if it can be used to raise funds for worthwhile non-profit programs that improve the condition of our world."

  • 00:37

    Mastering Mental Toughness With Brazilian Jiu Jitsu World Champion Scott Lopez

    in Entertainment

    Scott Lopez is a former Marine Corps Officer, fighter pilot, successful sales executive, entrepreneur, and a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu World Champion.  Having experienced the transformational power of mental toughness in his own life, Lopez now coaches individuals and corporate executives how to develop mental toughness to think better, perform better, and increase earnings and profits. Scott facilitates a performance process called Mental Toughness University (MTU), satisfied clients include Johnson & Johnson, Toyota and Proctor & Gamble. Developed by his partner Steve Siebold, MTU is the mental toughness gold standard.


    Show Sponsor: DreamItAlive.com is a global community guiding users to create their “dream life” with scientifically proven visualization tools, dreamboards® and personal development content.

  • 01:01

    The Final Say- with Dr. Richard Fisher & Clare Lopez

    in Politics Conservative

    Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say every day, Monday through Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.


    Rick Fisher, Senior Fellow on Asian Military Affairs for the International Assessment and Strategy Center, joins the show to discuss events going on in Hong Kong & Chinese Military.


    Clare Lopez, Vice President for Research & Analysis with the Center for Security Policy,joins the show to discuss ISIS and other security threats.

  • 02:01

    Journals of Horror: Found Fiction - Horror Anthology

    in Books

    From Wikipedia.org: Found footage is a genre of film making, especially horror, in which all or a substantial part of a film is presented as discovered film or video recordings, often left behind by missing or dead protagonists.


    Terry M. West and Pleasant Storm Entertainment, Inc. present a revolutionary approach to the horror fiction anthology. JOURNALS OF HORROR: Found Fiction is a collection of terror inspired by the mechanics of the found footage horror film. In JOURNALS OF HORROR, the stories presented are horrific encounters committed to paper, item or device and discovered later. Each tale is a case file that has been transcribed from some type of unearthed diary. These tales can be discovered anywhere.


    This anthology is filled with some of the hottest talent in the horror fiction genre: P.D. Cacek, Todd Keisling, Glenn Rolfe, Robin Dover, DS Ullery, Essel Pratt, Michael Thomas-Knight, John Ledger, Paul D. Marks, Sonja Thomas, Paula Cappa, Stuart Keane, Darryl Dawson, Crystal Leflar, Lori R. Lopez, Michael Seese, Jeff O’Brien, Matt Hayward, Joseph Ramshaw, Michael McGlade, DJ Tyrer, Wesley Thomas, Regina West, Evan Purcell, Robert McGough, Erik Gustafson, Christopher Alan Broadstone and Robert Holt.


    JOH is the first anthology written entirely in epistolary form.

  • 02:02

    A World Awakening: UFO Researcher Chase Kloetzke joins Andrea!!

    in Paranormal

    Hosts Andrea Perron and George Lopez will pilot this new launch into a vast sea of discovery of ourselves, our world and the universe.


    "A World Awakening" strives to unify, empower and give voice to an ever-expanding collective of like-minded individuals who seek Light, gathering together as a cohesive global community. Changing the world begins with changing the mind. Our singular intention, our mission is to serve, to love, to explore, inform and enlighten, promoting peace along the path of a spiritual journey destined to achieve understanding of our eternal connection. We seek the truth which will liberate and elevate humanity.


    "Let us live simply in the freshness of the present moment, in the clarity of pure, awakened mind." Matthieu Ricard

  • 00:13

    The Atlantic Files 5.1: Raptors & Nets

    in Basketball

    Host Alex Fischbein reveals some interesting stats and points that could determine whether or not Kyle Lowry is a legit MVP candidate. Also, he talks about the trade the Nets made, and the potential returns for their "big 3."


    www.basketball-society.com

  • 02:01

    Prime Time Paranormal: The Machine has Ghosts

    in Paranormal

     Leading the field in the best in topical discussions surrounding the "Paranormal" field, "Dead Air Paranormal Radio" family of shows provides a myriad of forums discussing and questioning all aspects of the people who have dedicated their lives to finding proof and answers to mysteries, some of which have plagued man for centuries.


         Mike Boler and show creator George R. Lopez host "Prime Time Paranormal" every Monday from 9-11 pm e.s.t.. Bringing you the top names in the community from John Zaffis and Rosemary Ellen Guiley to Nick Groff and Grant Wilson just to name a few. 


    Radioshowdeadair@gmail.com for guest inquiries and comments


    1-646-929-2384 to call into the show.

  • 00:43
  • 02:02

    ANTONE "CHUBBY" TAVARES - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW- THUR, DEC 11, 2014 - 6:00 PM PST

    in Radio

    he Tavares brothers, whose parents were of Cape Verbena descent, started performing in 1959 as Chubby and the Turnpikes when the youngest brother was 9 years old. Future Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer appeared as the "token white-guy drummer" in an early incarnation of Tavares. Chubby and The Turnpikes signed with Capitol Records in 1967 and had a couple of local hit records including "I Know The Inside Story" in 1967 and "Nothing But Promises" in 1968. By 1973, they had changed their name to Tavares and scored their first R&B Top 10 (Pop Top 40) hit with "Check it Out" that same year, and soon began charting regularly on the R&B and pop charts. Their first album included their brother Victor, who sang lead on "Check it Out", but dropped out of the group shortly after. In 1974 Tavares had a #1 R&B hit with Hall & Oates' "She's Gone," (which became a hit for Hall & Oates as well two years later). Tavares followed up that success with "Remember What I Told You to Forget."


     


    1975 turned out to be their most successful year chart-wise, chalking up a Top 40 Pop album (In the City) and their biggest hit, the Top 10 Pop/#1 R&B smash "It Only Takes a Minute", which was later successfully covered by both Jonathan King and Take That, and recently sampled by Jennifer Lopez. They parlayed this success into a spot as an opening act for The Jackson 5 KC and The Sunshine Band was also on this tour. "Minute" was followed by a string of hits: "Heaven Must Be Missing an Angel" (1976), "Don't Take Away the Music" (1976), and "Whodunit" (1977, another #1 R&B hit), among others. In 1977 they also recorded "I Wanna See You Soon", a duet with Capitol label mate Freda Payne which received airplay on BBC Radio 1 but failed to chart.


     


     

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