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Writer/Critic Bennet Pomerantz chats with guests from all walks of media on the Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
His guest tonight is Paranormal author Melanie James
USA Today Bestselling author, Melanie James spent 14 years as an IT systems administrator before tiring of the hustle and bustle of the technology world. She's doing what she loves, by writing paranormal comedy, steamy paranormal, and contemporary romance books. Melanie has a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in Leadership and Development, with a minor in Women's Studies. She is working on her Master's Degree in Adult Education at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Melanie is married to a wonderful man who supports her dreams and goals. She has two children, three step-children, a beautiful daughter-in-law, and an adorable grand-baby.
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Today is my 6th. year anniversary for my radio show on the Blog Talk Radio Network. For my 6th. year and 135th. show Mackenzie Phillips is my very special guest she is an actress and singer best known for her roles in American Graffiti and as rebellious teenager Julie Cooper on the sitcom One Day at a Time. She is most recently known for her role on Disney channel’s science – fiction show So Weird. She will be sharing the story of her incredible and turbulent childhood, how she battled severe addiction and made it to the other side; to a life of recovery and helping others. Mackenzie is the daughter of John Phillips, lead singer of the 60s band, The Mamas and the Papas. As a troubled teen star, Phillips made several visits to rehab before getting sober. Mackenzie’s struggles with addiction have been well documented in her bestselling memoir High On Arrival and in the media. She now wishes to use her past experiences to help others and offer hope to individuals who are struggling with substance abuse and addiction. She is now working for the Pasadena Recovery Center as their Recovery and Treatment Advocate, running groups on a weekly basis. For California listeners, every month Pasadena Recovery Center welcomes experts, celebrities and authors to their Speaker Series Event where members of the community can attend; listen to inspiring stories, learn about addiction treatment, and more. For more info on the next speaker series, follow Pasadena Recovery Center on Facebook https://twitter.com/MackPhillips , https://www.facebook.com/mack.phillips.33?fref=ts
Melanie Dewberry asks the question: What is your indigenous nature?
She believes that we are all indigenous - to this planet; to each other. She also believes that we are each born with a divine mandate tattooed on our souls; a poem written before the world got its hands on us and labels us.
We all want to be witnessed; seen for who we really are. This especially resonates with Producer and Host, Linda Lombardo, who calls herself the Camelot era/flower child of two Edwardian/Depression-era parents; better seen than heard; neither seen nor heard when adults got together to play cards or have dinner.
Her Power of Naming TEDx Talk reminds us that resonance with our name is powerful and starts to tell a story; we do not negotiate our gifts; the world expects something of us when our true name is shared.
Melanie DewBerry is many things in addition to a kick-ass speaker of TEDx talks; she is a Soul Navigator and brander, a magazine creator and writer, a coach who brings spirituality and her Native American roots to the conversation – even in the corporate world.
She is Conversation Curator & Courage Cultivator. Melanie is a Speaker & Coach on Consciousness, Soul and the Love of Life. She is a lover of languages. Melanie is “She who lives with her Soul on Fire”.
Melanie uses the power of spirituality, language, words, and naming to remind us all how we belong to one another.
Linda Lombardo hosts.
Today, Ms Melanie Wise will be on not only to talk about her start in film with the fils she has been a part of BUT to tale women action heros in media in the past and in we all hope Film,TV, etc to come.
We will also talk about her Artemis Film Fest and Twitter Chat she hosts!
Join us or she will hunt you down!
It's been said, "Like Attracts Like", but how does one create a fulfilling relationship after a Traumatic Brain Injury? With your differences of how your TBI affects you, is that what you really want in your life after a TBI? How does one acquire what is truly needed? Very, very carefullly.
Join Kevin and the Marvelous Maggie as they share their story on how they met and discovered their differences, would actually help them create the kind of LIFE most only dream of.
Listen 24/7 anytime after our 9pm EDT February 4, 2016 broadcast to:
Michael Foss, (RET) LTC 14 Years’ Service + Helen Phillips - Leaders Warrior Bonfire Program.
Mike Foss (RET) US Army Reserve LTC 14 years of active service both before and after 9/11. Now President of WarriorBonfireProgram,
Helen Philips, Director of Veteran Services and Special Projects.
The Warrior Bonfire Program is committed to providing opportunities that improve the lives of Purple Heart recipients on their life long journey of recovery and healing, with focus on creating activity based, stress free environments that promote camaraderie and therapeutic healing.
More Info: http://thankyouforyourservice.us/issue/january-2016/article/listen-michael-foss-ret-ltc-14-years-service-+-helen-phillips-leaders-warrior-bonfire-program
It's been 30 days since we started 2016, and we're excited to share our results on some of the projects we started. Call in LIVE @424.243.9540 to share your success' and to get some tips on how to keep the momentum going during those 'undesired' moments.
Gemology was not established unitl 1908 in Great Britin and to date, there are 38 Gemologist Schools around the Globe and less than 1/10 of 1 percent of the World's population actually understands gems. Just imagine how many diamonds you've thrown away because of your IGNORANCE of what they look like in nature? Now imagine how many 'opportunities' or 'friendships' you've tossed to the wayside because of what you were ignorant of?? Brain Injuries are the same way, only those of us with them rarely get a "Second Chance" nor the understanding we so desparately seek. Join us tonight as we reveal a bit more about LIFE w/a TBI & PTSD and how you can apply these lesson to make your DIAMOND (aka LIFE) Shine even more! Call in LIVE @424.243.9540 or join the chatroom @7PM Pacific.
Melanie Griffith Gets $780K Per Year In Antonio Banderas Divorce
Tonight's show is a rebroadcast of an earlier show.
Jann Jaffe (Northwestern University, BA,MA) is an iPEC Certified Professional Coach, ELI-MP, and a COR.E Dynamics Specialist. Traumatic brain injuries cut short her successful career as an international opera/concert singer, and master class teacher, and drastically altered her life. Jann is dedicated to helping professional women and opera singers achieve optimal success, realization of their potential, and passion, purpose, life balance and wellbeing in every aspect of their lives. Contact Jann at firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Phillips, singer, composer, arranger, conductor, producer has had a career that has covered almost every area of the music business, and has worked with Carole King, Neil Diamond, Burt Bacharach, contracting and singing on hundreds of recording sessions, composing, arranging and producing the music for commercials such as Pepsi and Sheraton Hotels and, as a solo singer: her classic album “Born to be Blue,” “Ballet Time” with various old friends including Dave Brubeck and Marian McPartland. Her jazz opera, “Bending Towards the Light … A Jazz Nativity” has been called “a new New York tradition" by NY Magazine. It has been performed at venues all over the country, including the famed Birdland Jazz Club and B.B. King's Blues Club in NYC. She also composed ten minute Operas for Opera Shorts presented at Weill Hall.
On 12/20 "Bending Toward the Light...A Jazz Nativity" will be performed at Christ and St. Stephen's Church on W. 69th St. in NYC. Jann Jaffe will be performing in the show. For tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/952525.
Ex-NFL running back Lawrence Phillips, who was convicted in Los Angeles and San Diego counties for attacks on girlfriends and running down several people with a car, was found dead today in his prison cell in an apparent suicide.
According to the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, the 40-year-old former Baldwin Park High School standout was found “unresponsive in his cell” at 12:05 a.m. by staffers conducting security checks at Kern Valley State Prison in Delano.
“He was transported to an outside hospital where he was pronounced deceased at 1:27 a.m.,” according to a CDCR statement.
Phillips, who played for the St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers during a three-year NFL career, had been housed in an “administrative segregation unit” cell since April 2015, when he allegedly killed his cellmate.
Phillips was being prosecuted in Kern County on a first-degree murder charge for allegedly strangling 37-year-old Damion Soward.
Phillips, who was a top running back at the University of Nebraska, had been serving a 31-year sentence for his Southern California crimes, including a 2005 conviction in San Diego for choking his ex-girlfriend into unconsciousness.
In Los Angeles County, Phillips entered a no contest plea in December 2000 to one count each of inflicting corporal injury upon a cohabitant and making criminal threats against his then-live-in girlfriend.
Phillips was convicted in October 2006 of seven felony counts of assault with a deadly weapon for aiming a car at a group of boys and young men after an August 2005 pickup football game near the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
Three people were struck by the car, and a fourth young man was injured when the car struck a bicycle which then hit him.
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