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Elaine Joyce Singer
Elaine was born in Chattanooga and raised in Clarkesville , Tennessee not far from Nashville and the Grand ‘Ole Opry. Together with mom and dad, Elaine and her 7 brothers and sisters all shared a great love for music. All could sing and several could also write songs and play musical instruments. Even as a small child Elaine's youngest brother Billy Joe would sit for hours watching and listening to some of the great musicians to pass through Clarksville. Evenings were spent on the porch of their home and as kids they would find something to make a noise with. That noise blended into some pretty good music .Elaines sister Dorothy was referred to as the young Kitty Wells and older sister Fran was labeled as female Marty Robbins. Brother Johnny sounded like Merle Haggard. Brother Jimmy was a mean hot harmonica player and could sing. Ron a guitar player/singer. Herby was a drummer/singer. Elaine was the shy one and the last one to take up music and shoot for a career in the entertainment field.Elaine gave her life to the Lord at the tender age of 7 when attending a big Baptist Church in San Antonio Texas where a friend had taken her.
Marlene Ivette joins us this week on The Best Years in Life Radio. Marlene is a Holistic Practitioner who helps people heal using essential oils.
This week, however, we will be discussing cannabis oil and cancer. Tony Dudley, who developed the Cannabis/Budwig Protocol will also be joining us. This promises to be a very informative and insightful interview.
Tony Isaacs will go over additions to our website (www,tbyil.com) and will continue his series on Building a Foundation for Better Health.
Luella May will finish her segment on Anxiety and Panic Disorders and how to address them naturally.
Chris' guest is community activist Lita Herron of the Southern California Cease Fire Committee. We discuss her involvement with local Los Angeles area community activists in representing Marlene Pinnock, the great grandmother seen being brutally beaten by a still-unidentified California Highway Patrol Officer on Tuesday 71/14.
As is often the case, recent news has new victims alleging this officer has a habit of similiar behavior. He has put on administrative leave, but is still getting paid. Host Chris Stevenson feels this officer's behavior-along with a previous assault on a black female in Arizona-is part of a rising patern of resentment he calls Black-Crazy. This has been manifest increasingly since the election of a black president, but is now not excluding the women.
Feel free to call in with your question or comments to Ms. Herron, or scroll down to the comment section during or after the show.
Many networkers feel that to be a good at it and get good results, they should be networking at every opportunity and at every local function. However instead of yielding results, they end up with a full calendar, a stack of business cards and nothing to show for it.
In this episode of The Once Timid Networker Radio Show, Tara Schmakel will discuss High Performance Networking with Elaine Betts of Go Far Consulting. Elaine will share with us how to be strategic when attending a networking event, a conference or a social gathering. We will look at what results we would like to achieve and then plot the course for how to accomplish those results.
Learn how to take your networking to the next level with High Performance Networking!
This show will be all about Elaine "Lil Bit" Shepherd and the Canadian reggea scene
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say each Monday to Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Deborah Weiss joins us to speak about The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
Herb London, president of the London Center for Policy Research is joining us to discuss Libya and other international affairs. Check out http://londoncenter.org/ (The Herb London portion is a Repeat from 6-3-14)
Wont you come join me as i interview one of the newest members of Snow Publishing Author Elaine Wood!! Elaine is author of the amazing new book **Tatiana's Chance**. We will find out just how she came about becoming an author, part of the Snow Publishing Family, friends, family, work and so much more. This is yet another Blog Talk Interview i am so sure you don't want to miss...
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Jamaica may be synonymous with reggae, but if you ask Marlene Wright Evans, that’s just the tip of the tropical iceberg. “In January we started off with a jazz festival. And last year we had Celine Dione. That was our biggest-ever concert. People are still talking about it,” the Jamaica Urban Transit scheduler tells Carter Elite Travel host Lulu Carter. “This year we’re havin’ a fashion week, a kite festival, a health expo. Also theatre—we’re havin’ special shows in honor of our 50th anniverary. Best of all, we go to the market every morning and buy the freshest food—real Jamaican cooking that you won’t get in a hotel or on the street.”