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Mystic Radio is Back! And for the first time we have directly based the shows on input from the community in a way we hope has added beneficial interactivity.
We will kick off the first of our next episodes with the highest voted item in the Poll, Parallel and Multi-Universe. The concept has long Esoteric associations, as well as newly discovered scientific evidence to support these early assertions - that there is more than one aspect to our fragment of reality we call - the Universe.
As Quantum physicists get down to what is known as String Theory, we can approach a nearly complete picture of a Unified Field - Through Vibration. These vibrations occur on a Membrane or "Brane", that physicists now feel separate one fabric universe from another.
Carl Henderson The Ministry of Reconciliation
In this episode, We explain what, in our own opinions, what makes a great multi player game. We will ask 3 main questions. What was our first multi game?, What is our favorite game, and What would we like to see in games to inprove multiplayer. These opinions are our own and do not reflect blogtalkradio, any guest, or the main show.
Next week episode, we will debate about more games
‘Ray Davis' is a multi-instrumental, singer/songwriter whose music moves fluidly through funk, soul, jazz, gospel, and pop, without losing connection to its life-affirming, positive spiritual message. His beautiful, soulful voice delivers well-crafted, hook-driven songs that speak to the best in all of us.’
He is a very busy with his schedules. I listen to his music again and again. He has other CDs that are just as magnificent. As a multi-instrumental, singer/songwriter, his music goes through funk, soul, jazz, gospel, and pop.
His style consists of life-affirming, positive spiritual message. These songs bring out how which are beautiful; a soulful voice that delivers well-crafted, hook-driven songs that speak to the best in all of us.
Ray Davis loves easily and is easy to love! We are getting ready to hear the music and enjoy listen to the songs. Get ready for the music, you will love it!!!
Nick Bertling is a Maryland native who has spent the last 15 years building an identity as one of the Mid-Atlantic's most sought-after popular pop/rock drummers. This year he sheds that impressive cloak and steps naked into the world of solo multi-instrumentalist artists. Nick is also a devoted husband, cat dad, record collector and good, good eater. We'll talk with Nick about his transition from sideman to main man, and his take on the indie music world. Plus we'll hear some tracks of his excellent music.
One can hardly think about building a culture in franchising without mentioning Jersey Mike's Subs. So, it's very fitting to start the Multi-unit Franchising Series on Franchise Today with a member of the Jersey Mike's corporate team as our guest in the first of two segments in the series.
Michael Manzo, Chief Operating Officer of Jersey Mike's joins host, Paul Segreto as they explore best practices in multi-unit franchising and how brand culture plays an important role in developing a successful multi-unit program.
About Our Guest
A Jersey Mike’s Subs veteran, Michael Manzo came up through the system “wearing the apron.” Working side by side with Founder & CEO Peter Cancro, Michael’s fingerprints are on nearly every aspect of the company from operations to training and from purchasing to franchise development.
Michael has the distinction of working at the original Mike’s Subs restaurant in Point Pleasant during high school (1979-81). After serving 4 years in the U.S. Marine Corps, Michael managed the original store in 1985. In 1987, the name was changed to Jersey Mike’s and the company began franchising. In 1992, after building out more than 30 restaurants, Michael left the company. In 1996, he rejoined Jersey Mike’s when there were still less than 35 restaurants.
Ever since, Michael has been a champion for bringing customers the highest quality, freshest made sub in the industry. Today, Jersey Mike’s is a growing brand with 750 restaurants open and under development nationwide, winning best sub awards in virtually every market it serves.
Franchise Today is a production of Franchise Foundry.
Special Guest - Lisa Dove Washington, - Wife, Mother, Founder/Publisher of Dove Style Magazine, and Producer of the Shawn Mason Spence show will be discussing how to multi-task between work, business, and famiy. Be successful and keep your sanity at the same time.
"Jazz is evolving...it's more of a spirit than a defined idea. I don't think I'm very concerned with the label of it. I just want to do something honest."
And with that, Woodwind Wizard/Multi-Instrumentalist/Composer/Young Visionary Josh Kwaasman stole my Hybrid Heart :)
Connecticut born, now New York based, this wonderful artist learned far more in his education than his teachers dreamed. With a Masters in Music from NYU's Jazz Program, Joshua has created a project with a main focus: a lifelong friendship.
Such a beautiful story...Josh and this boy (who he idolized) would ride bikes together. Age and boldness took them further on their trails, sometimes 100 miles away from home. Each time, Josh trusted his friend to get him back safely. Each time, Justin did. It makes for some personal music, "Songs of the Brother Spirit." But our guest isn't content with merely telling HIS tales. He wants to connect with YOU. He figures that, if the music doesn't move you, then he wants no part of it. This is a very different artist! And those with whom he has shared a stage (Ingrid Jensen, Tabla Master Badal Roy) quite agree.
Please join us on Thursday, May 16th - at two p.m. Eastern USA time - as we learn more about this ASCAP Young Jazz Composer Award-Winner (twice, consecutively!) His solo at Lincoln Center...headlining at JazzPeru...his philosophy of texturing on stage (fascinating!). Let's open some doors into The Future of Jazz. We cannot find a more eloquent spokesperson :)
That's So Very Vanessa! BlogTalk Radio 'All-Star Listeners! Joseph George?, Karena Anderson, Brooke Montalvo, LaSha Grayson, and Sheila Washington Armstrong. These are just 5 of my All-Stars who tune-in to my weekly radio show. I hope you tune-in today and hear why they really are STARS! Email Lani Salter Sr Producer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to be a guest on my show!
Konnie Ellis is an author and homeschooling mom living in Rapid City, South Dakota. She has had several articles published in various magazines, which tell about the adaptive techniques she uses to live a full and productive life. Konnie and her three siblings were all born blind, but they don't let this stop them from living happy and active lives. Konnie's interests include writing, playing the piano, reading and teaching. In addition to homeschooling her own two children, she has done daycare, taught piano, run a tutoring service, and homeschooled other people's kids as well. The biography she has recently published tells the story of her brother, Rory Hoffman, who is a two-time winner of the Inspirational Country Music's Musician of the year award and is a very successful multi-instrumentalist living in Nashville.
Do you know how to do multiple things, but feel like you have no direction? Do you start multiple tasks, and leave them half done or never finished? Do people often tell you that you're not stable or are flighty? Do you know that you are multi-gifted and talented and sense what you're called to do, but need to know what you need to be working on NOW? If you have answered yes to one or more of these questions, then this is the show for you.
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Platicando tópicos variados que interesan a nuestra comunidad. Discussing a variety of topics of interest to our community.