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ITS THE 150TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREAT BATTLE THAT CHANGED THE COURSE OF HISTORY. GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK EDUCATION SPECIALIST BARB SAUNDERS IS OUR GUEST.
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This Tuesday night at 10pm ET on Mystical Entanglement, join us for our very special guest Jodie Parks! Born and raised in St. Louis, MO Jodie has always been a unique person. Jodie loved to watch horror movies at a young age and always asked family to tell her scary stories. Little did she know one day she would be chasing these stories and the unseen force behind them. In 1998 Jodie bought a house that is haunted. Her three year old son Nathan started seeing spirits in house. By the time Nathan was eleven the activity became too much so mother and son went out in search of answers. Jodie bought Nathan the basic ghost hunting equipment and reached out to Janet at Mineral Springs Haunted Tours in Alton, IL for help. Nathan had his first experience within thirty minutes of being at Mineral Springs. Nathan heard the little girl Cassandra speaking to him. This was proof to Nathan that he has a gift. Through Janet they met Matt and Brian from Riverbend Paranormal, Scott Schweiger from Bi State Paranormal and Joseph Palermo. Jodie and Nathan filmed an episode of My Ghost Story on Bio channel for Mineral Spring in Alton, IL. Over time Jodie had many girlfriends wanting to hunt ghost with her so she started a new group called the Paranormal Hot Squad. Paranormal Hot Squad was featured on Paranormal Challenge with Zak Bagans on the Travel Channel and has filmed several homemade movies of their girl’s weekends. In 2008 Nathan saw a show featuring Paul Hunn the loudest burper in the world. Nathan asked Jodie to apply to break a record with Guinness World Records. She did for him and flew to Madrid to become the first female loudest burp and became the Queen of Burps. The Queen has been on many radio, news and TV shows all over the globe. — with Jodie Parks.
Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith welcome Jim Nations, the National Parks Conservation Association's VP for the Center for Park Research, on Big Blend Radio's NATURE CONNECTION show to discuss the new report 'National Parks and Hydraulic Fracturing: Balancing Energy Needs, Nature, and America’s National Heritage' that was just released by the National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA).This new report examines the impact of existing, proposed, and potential oil and gas development on America’s national parks and offers recommendations to ensure future drilling safeguards public health and the environment. The report’s five case studies analyze national parks that are already in the path of the fracking boom, including: (1) Theodore Roosevelt National Park, (2) Glacier National Park, (3) Grand Teton National Park, (4) Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River and Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, and (5) Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and Obed Wild and Scenic River. Photo of Jim Nations by Stirling Elmendorf.
This is the ELITE Guest night.
Robert White has lived an extraordinary life. Founder of Lifespring, ARC International and now Extraordinary People, he combines entrepreneurial success with hard-earned wisdom about how ordinary people can also lead extraordinary lives. His roles include author, executive coach, public speaker, leadership expert and father to eight children.
Barbara Parks (Kalamunda, Western Australia) is a microbiologist and podiatrist working in private practice. She combines her daily work-life with regular paranormal investigations, television appearances and raising her three young children. She is married to Stuart, a down-to-earth firefighter, who has recently begun to have paranormal experiences of his own.
What better way to celebrate Earth Day and National Parks Week than to talk with ARAMARK Parks and Destinations. There’s no better way to welcome warmer weather than with travel to the great outdoors. America offers vast wilderness for people to explore from the grandest of National Parks, to undisturbed forestland. If this isn’t inspiration enough to lace up your hiking boots, April is also Keep America Beautiful Month, and home to National Parks Week (April 20-26) and Earth Day (April 22). Perfect excuses to leave civilization, head out into wild and explore our great resources while leaving only foot (or hoof) prints behind.
Today we're talking with Allison Gosselin, Director of Environmental Sustainability at ARAMARK, & Lauren Pearce, Public Relations for ARAMARK.
ARAMARK Parks and Destinations delivers authentic, memorable experiences at national and state parks, specialty hotels, museums and other visitor destinations across the United States.
After yesterday's intense scrutiny of Mental Health Violence and Quality Control, we go to the flip side of the issue, with a civil rights poem and a creative description of the void too deep for psychology. I wish to emphasize however, we are looking at the exact same problem (Quality Control), just through a different filter.
A Fuss on a Bus "A Fuss on a Bus" is (currently) Chapter 23 in my book "Enough! Losing the Scarlet Letter. The end of self-imposed adult abuse."
It starts out like this:
Hey Rosa . . . The eyes of the world were upon you Way way back . . . back in nineteen and sixty two All the world wondered A nation had blundered . . . Summer stopped to stand stark still in sweltering stasis . . . Men, and even senators stood supine The foolish beguiled the wise . . . A woman took a mighty nation to its moral knees . . .
I think everyone will enjoy this poem about Rosa Parks.
4 A.M. Someplace "4 A.M. Someplace" is (currently) Chapter 8 in my book "Enough! Losing the Scarlet Letter. The end of self-imposed adult abuse."
It's the artsy touchie feelie side of the same quality control argument i tried to make yesterday in much more logical terms. It starts out like this:
The Wal-Mart fan rattles on the scratched gritty wooden floor and blows the smells of new and ancient sweat off thin unwashed sheets affixed to the rough fibered blue surface of the sleeper couch below; and troubled minds are spinning in circles balancing shaky human alliances and application of scarce resources to problems, like an overmatched general pitting starving troops on a wet frozen battlefield against a superior well fed mechanized opponent.
Tune in to The Halli Casser-Jayne Show when Halli interviews author Brad Parks on A Quarter After Three, her new overtime feature to her regular Wednesday live show.
Parks, 38, is considered one of the rising stars of the crime fiction genre. After an award-studded career at The Washington Post and The Newark Star-Ledger, Parks left the newspaper world in 2008. His debut novel, Faces of the Gone, won both the Shamus Award and the Nero Award, the first debut novel to win both. Originally from New Jersey, Parks now lives in Virginia with his wife and two young children.
Enjoy the interview and afterwards, if you missed it, listen to Brad and Halli's other guests take on the controversial subject of Guns in America on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. It is a fascinating and provocative conversation you won't want to miss.
The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, A Quarter After Three, Overtime on The Halli casser-Jayne Show.
Family members of Rosa Parks stand next to an image of the commemorative postage stamp unveiled on what would have been her 100th birthday. (Carlos Osorio / Associated Press / If you're going to make "forever" stamps, it's hard to go wro"I do the very best I can to look upon life with optimism and hope and looking forward to a better day, but I don't think there is anything such as complete happiness. It pains me that there is still a lot of Klan activity and racism
PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell hosts the pre-Extreme Rules Thursday edition of the Livecast with PWTorch columnist Greg Parks during the first-half of the show and PWTorch columnist Sean Radican during the second-half of the show. Call in live with your PREDICTIONS for Extreme Rules, plus we'll take emails at email@example.com.
What happens when an NWP site teams up with a nearby National Park to create a learning experience for young people? Guests on this episode talk about engaging summer youth programs for elementary and secondary students inspired by the rich treasures available inside a National Park.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith - publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, for Big Blend Radio's HAPPY HOUR variety show!Featured Guests:- Mee Tracy-McCormick - Autoimmune Cooking Expert & Author of 'My Kitchen Cure: How I Cooked My Way Out of Chronic Autoimmune Disease & Prevented Cancer With Whole Foods & Healing Recipes'- Emily Jones - Senior Program Manager, Southeast Region at National Parks Conservation Association will discuss the violations of law regarding an industrial swine facility in the Buffalo National River Watershed- Mark Stevens & Mike Keefe will discuss 'The Heart of Darkness Club', the third installment of the bestselling posthumously published comedic 'Asphalt Warrior' taxicab series by Gary Reilly.- Corena Lea Kessel - San Diego interior designer and owner of Design Wise, will provide tips on Home Additions & Renovations.
In this episode of the PWTorch Livecast, PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell and PWTorch columnist Greg Parks talk with live callers about hot topics of the week in WWE and TNA including the latest from WWE financials, whether WWE crossed a line with John Cena's Make-a-Wish segment on Raw, Sting & Hogan running through Aces & Eights on Impact, and much more!