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Mackenzie Parker has had a busy few years.. Growing up in Illinois he always took pride in helping his community both as a volunteer fire fighter and EMT. From there he moved on to the Navy where he was stationed in Camp Pendleton. Next he decided to go after his first true love... Acting. Starting off in community theatre and then traveling to Moscow to study and perform. Mackenzie now finds himself in LA and about to appear on one of the most popular shows on TV.
In the next few months Mackenzie Parker will be known as Scoot, the sidekick to one of the biggest villians on the show "Sons of Anarchy". He is so excited to watch the character come to life. He is also working on a feature film, "Daddy" starring Jay Jackson and Richard Riehle. There are many projects coming up for Mackenzie in the next year and you will definetly being seeing his face on both the small and big screen.
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Can all people manifest things they want to experience in their lives? Are there limits? What are they? Join the show to learn more. This week's guest is a Master Manifester and has managed to attract with an amazing degree of success.
We'll start the hour with Carolyn O. and talk about basic manifetation and then I'll bring on Mackenzie Scott of Intentional Reality Counseling, for an indepth look at not only her successes with manifestation, but her techniques. We'll get deep on stratagies and blocks so that all of us can amplify our manifesting muscle and increase our own success rate in working on attracting good into our lives.
Join the show today to officially kick off the Christmas holidays with the UK's hottest singing sensation Mackenzie Sol. He'll be sharing his new single "The Christmas Song" and talking about how he creates his music!
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At the half way point, I'll be welcoming rising superstar Melvin Jackson Jr. Actor, Comic, Model, Writer, Producer and so much more! Melvin will talk about all of his current and upcoming projects.
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Out of Ontario, Canada comes the MacKenzie Blues Band. Consisting of classically trained vocalist, Tara MacKenzie, guitarist Trevor MacKenzie, bassist Joel Dawson & drummer Mike Weir, they have just released their sophomore album Slam! Bam!, containing 12 originals. The band has traveled to Memphis for the IBC twice and we will discuss their careers and their music.
Generation Blues Experience is the joining of 14-year old Ray Goren, who has played guitar at the Chicago Blues Festival and with Buddy Guy and more. he was introduced to 80-year old bluesman, Jamie Bluesboy Powell and septuangenerian harpist Sammy Lee. The three were introduced a few years agao and their musical talents meshed, and Generation Blues Band was formed. We'll talk about how their music bridges the generational gap and where they hope to go in the near future.
Bob Corritore needs no introduction. Maybe an explanation as to why it has taken so long to bring Bob on the show; well I interviewed him for American Blues News a number of years ago, he has visited during my IBC shows and somehow,my brain turned that into him having appeared on a Monday show! When I realized my mistake, I reached out and Bob accepted. We'll look at how it all began some 40 years ago and then also chat with Bob about his take on the Blues World today as compared to when he was sharing the stage with the many legends who are no longer with us. We'll share some of the mus from Bob's latest, Taboo.
Finally, Sena Ehrhardt returns for COUCH KID NEW MUSIC for her new album, Live My Life. Sena originally sat on The Couch back in May 2013, so we will find out what the last year has brought to this wonderful artist.
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Oct 1st-7th is National Trichotillomania Awareness week.
As most of you already know I've had this disorder for the last 16 years of my life. For many who have Trich it's a source of shame, embarrassment, and self loathing. It's something so many of us should be able to understand yet the victims are terrified to come clean, proclaiming themselves as freaks...We need this to stop.
Beauty doesn't come from eyelashes, hair, your weight, or what clothes you wear. Beauty comes from your struggles, your passions, yourself.
I'd like to challenge everyone to open up and share your deepest secret with just one person. We are never going to stop judging people if we can't learn to stop judging ourselves. Peace. ~MacKenzie Joy
What is Trich?
How to handled it at school? Is it something I should hide?
When to tell someone?
How do others react?
Is there treatment?
How will this affect my future?
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Today on Voices of Global Freedom we are interviewing Ian Mackenzie a well known film maker! We must love our own aliveness so deeply, that we reject any further participation in a system that does not honour the gifts with which we have been bestowed. We must love the world so deeply that we have no choice but to bow in service to the beauty that is waiting for us, patiently, to re-member. My short film, in collaboration with Charles Eisenstein and his book of the same name, was recently featured in the massively popular site Upworthy. Part of their appeal is the enticing titles they use to refurbish great videos/articles they find on the web. Here's what they wrote about my film: Thank you for joining me on this journey. Learn more at http://www.ianmack.com/
Learn more about Roy Dan Baron Live Global Freedom Network Magnified View and his book Looking Glass Shattered Questions and Answers that Heal Old Wounds
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Mary Mackenzie is a Certified Trainer with the Center for Nonviolent Communication (CNVC); Executive Director of Peace Workshop International, a non-profit peacemaking organization, and Co-founder of the Nonviolent Communication Academy. She teaches transformational thinking, speaking, and listening skills to individuals, couples, and families to empower them in their relationships. She works with organizations to facilitate organization-wide restructuring or to enhance their current processes. She is also the author of “Peaceful Living: Daily Meditations for Living with Love, Healing and Compassion.” Beginning on December 11, 2013, Mary will also be hosting a 21-day meditation series on, “Dharna not Drama.” For more information, please visit www.compassionatecommunication.org and http://nvctraining.com
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Founder of Defend Rural America, 2011, a national movement to bring focus and resources to bear on the onslaught that will, if successful, diminish our nation’s prosperity, sovereignty, and security. The defense of Rural America is a matter of national security and sovereignty. Kirk MacKenzie holds degrees in Electrical Engineering and Business Administration and has spent most of his career in high tech. He is also the founder of Silent No More Publications and is the author of "Money: Defending Your Prosperity" a book on our monetary system. He is the producer of the documentary entitled "The Battle To Defend Rural America in Siskiyou County" His website is www.defendruralamerica.com
The average home owner or working class person, do not have the financial resources to hire an attorney to help protect themselves. For the "slam dunk" cases attorney's will jump and the chance. However, for those minor cases were we just need a little legal support and guidance, it could cost an average of $250 per hour just to talk to them.
Imagine if you could get that same type of legal support for less than $1 per day and have some of the top attorneys in the nation. Listen inn, as Randy MacKenzie, along with Randy Dunn, and Tom Platania discuss how you can make this a reality. This show has been prerecorded.
NWP welcomes Adhamh OBroin, dialect coach for STARZ-TV hit show 'OUTLANDER" http://adhamhobroin.scot
The producers of "Outlander" are all about making the show as authentic as it can be.
That starts with shooting in the foggy hills of the Scottish Highlands — including turning real-life ruin Castle Doune into fictional Castle Leoch, home of the MacKenzie clan, whose exploits are recounted in Diana Gabaldon’s best sellers — garbing the men in real kilts, which are composed of some 10 yards of tartan and then folded by hand; and having the Scots speak Gaelic, the language of the time. That’s why resident hunk Jamie Fraser often affectionately refers to Claire Randall as “Sassenach,” which means “outlander” in Gaelic, a derisive term that Jamie turns into a pet name.
Since Gaelic is nearly a dead language, sprinkling it liberally through the scenes took some doing. For starters, the show hired Àdhamh Ó Broin to serve as the show’s Gaelic dialect coach.
The series was lucky to find Ó Broin. The married father of four has dedicated much of his life to the study and preservation of the language and its multiple dialects, and he brought that expertise to bear on “Outlander.”
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The Rangers are the best team in hockey, and Blueshirt Underground Radio is here to talk about it.
Blueshirt Underground Radio was founded in June of 2009, and is now in its sixth year of being the only live radio broadcast devoted to the New York Rangers. Hosted by lifelong Ranger fans Eddie "The Mouth" Gieck and Jim Schmiedeberg, Blueshirt Underground Radio is not some boring podcast that just drones on and on. It's a lively discussion of everything related to the Rangers, where nothing is off-limits. Rants about the players, announcers, and opponents are commonplace, and no one is off limits. It is a show that prides itself in dishing out tough love to the team it adores.
Not only is the show funny and entertaining, it is also fully interactive. It's the only radio show you can call into any time of year and talk Ranger hockey. We love taking calls, and we also chat with you in our live chatroom throughout the show. You can log into our chat using your Facebook account, or by registering on blogtalkradio.com
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Ranger fans around the world have become part of the Blueshirt Underground, it's time you do too. Remember, if you want to find our old shows, you can download them right from the show page, and all our old shows are available on iTunes. Blueshirt Underground Radio: The One True Voice of the New York Rangers Fan.
Comrades, Lovers, Friends and Kin;
Tune into episode #7, this Thursday, March 19 at 7pm. We're racing towards vernal equinox with a new moon and a solar eclipse for this part of the world to boot. Time to get all our generative, new life processes in order. Time to choose ease and love over struggle and separation. Go, team.
This month, we're thinking about the incredible challenges that love energy presents. Are we ready for it? I mean, really ready? When love comes to town, it's easy to catch that train, but when love comes with vulnerability, pain, history and fear of loss, how do we dance with that? How do we dance with an idea/emotion/sensation we can barely hold? Spring in the Republic is all about Holy Insecurity; kind and curious, gentle and waiting. We're exploring all the forms of love that MLK taught makes us whole: Eros, Agape, Philia.
Listen in for:
- a conversation with artist, curator, thinker, speaker, writer – David Garneau about his latest project, Moving Forward, Never Forgetting, at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina. Co-curated with Michelle LaVallee, the exhibition features creative strategies for decolonizing the museum with a deep and long-term perspective.
- from the Archive – literally! In a recent treasure trove adventure at Toronto's Reference Library, your inquisitive host found 2 audio cassettes with stories by Marie Gaudet, translated from Ojibway by her mother, Rose Logan. Labelled “Equity and Women's Services Library”, I snatched them immediately. We'll hear Marie's story: Moo Iisikaag! (nii-psikaag)/The Cow is Going to Bump Into Me.
- music from Priestess Holly Taya, Emperor Marcel Khalife and more
- text from Rabbi Dennis S. Ross (with a nod to Martin Buber) and 15th century mystic Indian poetess, Mirabai