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The Rock Man-Al Mango shares his incredible inspirational story of his near death experience on Love-a-licious!
Creator and Designer Al Mango of MangoRocks, makes the most realistic faux rocks from fiberglass. As an International Sought-after artist, Al has travelled the world, putting his signature on creative designs from, Professional Theme Parks-Dollywood, Popeye’s Toon Lagoon to Sets for Motion Pictures, such as Jurassic Park, Tomb Raider Firefall, Lost Continent of Atlantis for Universal and Paramount Studios. He also has lent his designs to Celebrity Homes, Resorts International and Casinos. So follow him on his incredible journey as he creates the most elaborate faux rocks and mountain top designs and sculptures that you have ever seen. His distinctive style can even recreate ancient historical times.
From faux boulders to landscapes, it is virtually impossible to detect with the necked eye the faux rock sculpture. Its authentic looks appears like it weighs a ton, but made from a composite polymer suitable for indoor and outdoor creations even a child can move the faux rocks that given the appearance of being centuries old. If you can dream it, Man Rocks can Build It! Currently he is sought after for a network television reality show! Rock On-Rock Man!
Three International girls - Adarah, Ariel and Adeliah - sharing from Little Mango Big Mango Tree, the remarkable story of Amora, and singing. Also, a short discourse on the open affections between fathers and daughters.
Little Mango Big Mango Tree
A Sound Byte Life
Flight Of The Fused Monkeys
Cleo Manago: Black, Gay, & Militant!
To Gay or Not to Gay….
Is the Black Gay movement a homosexual conspiracy?
If freaking is wrong, do you want to be right?
Do African Americans & other POC see sexual attraction differently from whites?
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Mango is a 2 yr old girl, overflowing with cuteness and love. She was found on the side of the road in a ditch in Fort Worth, and was picked up by animal control on a random call and dropped at the local city kill shelter.
After being saved by Emma’s Rescue, multiple tests indicated damage that was irreversible. She suffered a fractured back and pelvis, and now depends on a wheelcart to get around. Mango also suffers from incontinence, and has to wear a diaper .
Emma’s Rescue has a program called Emma’s Rescue Reserve, which adopted her out to Judy who is a veteran in Ohio. Together, Judy and Mango are on a mission going to VA hospitals and clinics offering emotional support and inspiration.
Also joining us is Cindy Ritter from the Animal House Shelter in Huntely, IL.a no kill shelter who rescues all breeds of cats and dogs.
Read more about Mango HERE and visit her Facebook page.
Join host Wes Blackman as he welcomes Maryellen Healy and Vinnie Cerniglia, blues musicians, and AnnaMaria Windisch-Hunt, artist, to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. They are coming to discuss Sunday February 10 noon – 5pm Mango Groves Neighborhood Association Art Stroll. On North L Street, the 200 block. Street parking in a residential neighborhood, volunteers will be there to direct you to available spots.Music by Mel and Vinnie all afternoon and Master story teller Javier Del Sol at 3 p.m. Artists include: Karine Albino, Aidana Baldassarre, Jack Barry, Celestial Hunter Drums, Elise Crohn, Ray Gross, Consuelo Grushin, AnnaMaria Hunt, Steve Horan, Jill Karlin, Stacey Mautino, Pam Melvin, Raymond Neuray, Not Fade Away, Annette Rawlings, Audrey Scott, Janet Vallasmil, Julie Williams, Rosemary Otto, Morreale-Tavares. Informal modeling by London Edge & Trash Fashions and food at Pop-Up Café.
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In this interview, Mariatu Kamara recounts the events that led up to her brutal attack where young rebel soldiers in Sierra Leone captured her at the tender age of 12 and cut off her hands. She will share how she was able to survive both physically and mentally, making peace with her past, forgiving those who hurt her and creating a beautiful life of purpose and meaning. Her message for a world facing turbulent times is Don’t give up on life no matter what! Find gratitude in everything.
When 12-year-old Mariatu set out for a neighboring village in Sierra Leone, she never arrived. Heavily armed rebel soldiers, many no older than children themselves, attacked and tortured her. During this brutal act of senseless violence they cut off both her hands.
Mariatu miraculously survived but with no parents to support her, she turned to begging in the streets of Freetown. Eventually, Mariatu was able to begin a new life in Canada where she co-authored her memoir, ‘The Bite of The Mango’, which to date has won several awards. Currently she is a UNICEF Special Representative for Children in Armed Conflict, giving presentations on the impact of war on children
Because Jamie Oliver’s food programs originated in England, the question is, are kids there now choosing to eat healthier foods? If not, what is turning kids on to better-for- you meals there? Or, are they eating them at all? What about the school lunch programs – have they improved? Or, are moms in the United Kingdom dealing with the same struggles of how to feed kids as we do in the United States? Our guest, Katharine Tate, known as “The Food Teacher,” is a qualified teacher, nutritional therapist and “mum” who has worked with children in schools located in the UK, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She’ll tell us about food programs that do work, such as educating parents, “Cookery Schools” and inspirational Head Teachers. Judging from her recipes and family health tips, Katharine is innovative while focusing on nutrition, well-being and fresh and flavor-filled recipes that appeal to the whole family. These include: Citrus Mango Coco Bites (dairy free), Cinnamon Apple & Vanilla Cashew Cream (Dairy Free), Cauliflower Rice, gluten free/no added sugar chocolate brownies, Tomato & Lentil Soup (winter is coming), Parsnip Hummus… just a few of her treasure chest of delicious healthy ones kids will eat!
Come into our Family Food Experts Kitchen with Katharine, Carolina and me as we take you on a trip to England for some great food ideas for kids! Thursday, 1pm ET, on W4WN.com and W4CY.com.
This week on Paired with Chef Mary and wine expert Duane Pemberton are talking back to school recipes, tips and ideas with guest blogger Susan Whetzel of Doughmesstic
As children are heading back to school use these ips and tricks to learn to make extra servings on the weekend, so you can save on time during the week and still serve a great meal.
We will be featuring a few of Susan’s favorite recipes and our very own chef Mary will be sharing her recipes of late summer chicken and veggie lasgna and sour cream and mango chicken enchiladas.
These dishes may be simple and standard but your wine doesn’t have to be, which is why Duane will be sharing some delicious wines to go with it.
Susan Whetzel is an award winning blogger who has her hand in baking, cooking and recipe development for companies like Nestle and Johnsonville.
The show first broadcasts Saturday, Aug. 23rd at 1:30 pm EDT. For more information about Susan Whetzel and her blog Doughmesstic please go to doughmesstic.com before the show so you can ask your burning questions.
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