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Dan Venditti is an artist who has always been fascinated with the human form. That, coupled with a great interest in human nature, has formed his artistic style to reveal much about himself, the subject, and the observer. His Italian heritage, coupled with various European masters, both past and contemporary, has influenced his work in many aspects. But what brings him to our show is the love story that he lived and still experiences with his high school sweetheart Annette. Despite being separated by circumstances, they keep the flame alive through letters and poems, which he's getting ready to publish soon.
He remembered their touch
the hands of someone from
another time, when just holding
them was enough to stop his breath.
The sweet touches, the warmth
and moisture of them clasped
on a summer night of promise.
Holding tight. Unable to let go.
But they let go like a movie scene.
Waving goodbye, wiping tears.
Nothing left but his own hands
now empty, left only to hold a hope.
There they are now. Her hands.
Moving in gestures, recounting all
the stories and miles from there
to here, to now.
Their lines hold the stories
raised in hope, clasped in pain.
They have brought lives to this place,
held them, protected them.
I see them now. Same and different.
The hands that always kept my heart.
A glimpse of something shining on a finger.
A symbol. A promise made long ago.
Ti amo, bella.
Happy New Year friends! This is our first broadcast of 2013. For this weeks show we're going to be joined by the beautiful Angela Venditti! Angela is the reigning Miss Michigan and was a class member of the 2013 Miss America pageant that was held on January 12, 2013.
Join WowShane and Cha-Cha as we broadcast live from our new broadcast home, the Actors Loft studio, in Royal Oak, Mi!
Your host Karen Palmer of www.lawofattractionmagic.com welcomes an amazing Mother/daughter team. Nara is the author of a beautiful children's book, "Cows are too big to eat". Nara is five years old who lives in Riara, Nairobi and is from Kenya. She says she just thought of the book which is why she wanted to do it. She loves animals. She thinks it is important not to eat meat because you upset your animal friends. JC Niala is a creative whose work became informed by her experience of motherhood. She started off making documentaries and writing plays in her teens and later the birth of her daughter lead her into the world of children's books. As she works from home her daughter Nara got to witness firsthand the process of book production from inception to working with an illustrator to the book going to press. As vegetarians they decided to work on a book together in support of their animal friends. They live with a dog called Ours (the french for bear). i think on the show we would like to talk about the importance of advocacy on behalf of animals and the joy of living alongside them. In Kenya we are fortunate to have a lot of animals still living in their natural habitat but their existence is increasingly threatened. Nara can can certainly talk about the joys of living with a dog and about how this teaches us to understand animals all around us. I can talk about the process of giving children (and animals) a voice through the creative process.
Chuong trinh hom nay: Ve hanh trinh tour di Dai Han - Nhat Ban mua thu voi su huong dan cua nha bao Do Thong Minh, len duong tu ngay 23 Oct - Nov 03, 2013. Nhung hanh trinh tour di trong mua thu va dip cuoi nam 2013 cung nhu mua xuan va mua he nam 2014 ma AV Travel bat dau gioi thieu toi khach hang va quy vi thinh gia tren trang nha cua AV Travel.
Nha bao Do Thong Minh gioi thieu ve co do Nara, Nhat Ban. Tim ve kinh thanh Roma qua nhung hanh trinh tour di Tay Au voi AV Travel de nghe "cau be"
Jockey World Radio with host Frankie Lovato and co-host Torrie Needham, and part of this week's show, our very own Jockey World Member Beth Sickler. Beth is in training to become a jockey, was the 2011 Jockey Camp Student Award-winner and now NARA (North American Racing Academy) Student joins us to tell all about her adventures as she well on her way into her first semester of NARA. Beth will tell us about her daily routines and share information that so many of us would love to learn more about from inside the North American Racing Academy with Chris McCarron. We will also have part 2 of our multi-question and answer series "Things I want to learn and know about horse racing" with Jockey World Member Elizabeth Lee! Then our "Track Talk" segment with Brittlan Wall and the "Jockey World Radio News" of the week with Kayla Jarvinen. Call in during the live broadcast #714-583-6807 Hear ya soon! Frankie Frankie Lovato (producer/host) Brittlan Wall (assistant producer) www.jockeyworldradio.com
A simple box of mementos, hidden in a farmhouse in Wales for nearly seventy years, is enough to set Nara Blake on a search for the truth about her great-grandparents, and to put her own life in danger. Even as she begins to read her great-grandmother's diaries, a French brother and sister whose family lost everything in World War II, blame Nara's family for their lost wealth, which includes a priceless Cézanne painting. As both families learn the truth of their ancestors' activities during the war, they are put on a collision course that can only end in the destruction of long-held beliefs, and ultimately one must pay the price for the losses of the past.
"Research Gems and Revelations at the National Archives"
Have you explored all of the wonderful resources available at the National Archives? Do you often wonder what you could find?
Join host Bernice Bennett and author and journalist A’Lelia Bundles for an exciting discussion about the "Research Gems and Revelations at National Archives. Ms. Bundles is chair and president of the board of the Foundation for the National Archives in Washington, DC, and president of the Madam Walker/A’Lelia Walker Family Archives. After a 30 year career as a network television news producer and executive with ABC News and NBC News, she also serves on several other non-profit boards including serving as a Columbia University trustee, and with the Madam Walker Theatre Center of Indianapolis, and the Radcliffe Institute’s Schlesinger Library Council at Harvard.
Ms. Bundles is currently at work on her third book, Joy Goddess of Harlem: The Life and Times of A’Lelia Walker, a biography of her great-grandmother.
Her biography of her great-great-grandmother, On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C. J. Walker, was named a New York Times Notable Book.
Bernice Bennett welcomes David Lynch who brings a new approach to searching his Caribbean roots, specifically in the U.S. Virgin Islands, the former Danish West Indies. David used his 20 years of experience in scientific research to guide his work in uncovering his family’s 300 year history in the islands. Very few records are available online, so David explored the rarely used NARA RG 55 in College Park and other sources. These records hold a wealth of information including tax lists and a nearly complete set of newspapers from St Croix dating from the early 1800’s. In the process he learned a lot about the islands, the people, and a family history that was very different then he expected.
He chronicles his discoveries in his blog – 200 Year’s in Paradise – selected as one of Family Tree Magazine's Top 40 for 2012.
Bernice Bennett, host of the Research at the National Archives and Beyond show on BlogTalkRadio, will give a basic introduction to the National Archives and Records Administration facilities in Washington DC. Find out what you need to know for being prepared to do research on-site at this facility.
Dr. Nara Venditti (left) is a nationally acclaimed educator, speaker, author and coach. She is the president and founder of Succeed in America, LLC, a consulting firm that specializes in global workforce competence including cross-cultural communication, employability, managing workplace diversity, foreign-born employee development, and multicultural customer service. Read moreOn the second half of the talk show,Dr. Anseloni, Kardec Radio's host, will lead reflections on the Spiritist Tools to help immigrants.
For episode 30 Ian and the team bring you an exclusive interview with Graphic Novel writer Robert Venditti who wrote The Surrogates, which is being adapted into a movie starring Bruce Willis.
In the interview Venditti talks about the core ideas behind the story, and touches on the movie, which is due for release in the near future.