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Dr. David Walsh of Saint Paul, MN, psychologist, speaker, author & founder of the National Institute on Media & the Family (now part of the Search Institute) discussing the Mind Positive Parenting programs on specific efforts to help parents raise kids in the digital age.
Mind Positive Parenting sprang from Dr. Dave and Monica Walsh's decades of work with children and parents. Both started their careers as teachers.
Realizing that media and technology were becoming powerful forces in the lives of children and families, they started the National Institute on Media and the Family in 1996. Its mission was to “maximize the benefits and minimize the harms of media’s impact on children’s health and development.” In the mid-nineties, it was hard to imagine the digital landscape that would soon unfold for families, schools, and policy makers in the coming decades. Dr. Dave and the Institute staff spend 14 years leading the national conversation about media’s impact on children and families. They brought critical information, research, and tools to parents, teachers, caregivers, and policymakers. The Institute’s award winning programs and compelling workshops sparked community conversations, helped foster understanding and connection between youth and adults, and translated research into easy to understand parenting advice.
The mission continues as a family affair. Dave and Monica's daughter, Erin, has worked on these issues since she volunteered in the office during high school. She is now a nationally recognized speaker in her own right and joins her parents as a full partner in the work of Mind Positive Parenting.
they are world's first and greatest super-group,formed at a time when ''meta-humans'' where still a new concept and free people everywhere face the threat of annihilation from adolf hitlers's third reich. they have survived throughtout the decades, waxing and waning in synch with the national character to reflect the public love-hate relationship with its super heroes. several of the founding members are active today, even as they enter their nineties,thanks to a time-slowing radiation bath received during an early case. living legends they are the standard-bearers for all who followed in their footsteps. they are the justice society of america, the only hero team that superman look up to.
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The AntiSocialite Gets Ass-Kicky with a Metal Slut MMA Fighter then Gets BAGGED on By Laura Feline Productions CALL IN NUMBER (917) 889-8220 Streams live, Friday at 3:00 pm (PST) at the following link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/antisocial/2013/04/26/theadora-and-kai-from-the-metalslut-podcast-talk-shop Kai Laigo from the podcast that started it all, www.MetalSlut.com, inspired me to start my own podcast after appearing as an in-studio guest at the infamous Studio 13 in Hollywood, CA. Kai is not only a podcast host, he is also an audio engineer, musician and MMA Fighting transplant from Hawaii who is known to have been seen cavorting around town with the likes of Chong of "Cheech and Chong" and Lance Bass... Kai joins us on AntiSocial Commentary to talk shop and give would-be podcasters advice on starting a podcast of your own with limited resources. I also ask Kai about audio recording tips and his tried and true engineering techniques. Finally, I get ass-kicky with Kai, as I pick his brain about his legacy in the MMA fighting scene. Afterwards, LAURA, of LAURA FELINE PRODUCTIONS stops in to BAG on the AntiSocialite and talk about her upcoming, not-so-secret, top-secret productions in the works.
http://www.felineproductions.us/About-Us.html "Bagged on" is so nineties I just realized. No one ever says that anymore. I'm totally bringing it back... THIS WEEK'S FEATURES: - Shows This Week - Birthdays - Songs From The Underground - The Anti-Socialite's Soap Box: "Non-Conformist Punk Rock," hasty generalization or legitimate "thing" I invented? Theadora breaks it down...
Sometime hilarious, many times bitter sweet this episode of Radio Free Kansas hails the passing of former Prime Minister Baroness Magaret Thatcher.
Robert Knight's 5 O'clock Shadow from WBAI fm in New York City paid respects to her last April 15.
Hear "Old Labour" Party Tony Benn in vintage audio from the early nineties while Maggie "the Iron Lady" was wielding power.
Then talk radio as it should be in Kansas. The popular UK Bristol Coop FM community radio show hosted by Tony Gosling "Drivetime" with a substantial portion of commentary on Thatcher's regime and the 10 million pound state funeral.
Gosliing's quick and witty back and forth with "old Labour" and Liberal Democrats makes for fast brain action when the discussion steers from the historical to the contemporary in political England. Try to keep up, Americans.
Join us this Monday for the welcome return of Nadine May!
Nadine May - her writing career started when she won a S.A literary award in 1999 for the first chapter of a novel: In 2000 A friend recommended that she should send her manuscript to Kima Global Publishers. In 2001 Nadine moved to Cape Town to join Robin in his publishing company.Today Nadine is still very involved as the Creative director and she became Robin’s partner. Her field of interest, actually it's more like a passion, is on the awakening to our ascension. Through Her art therapy on the Language of |Light and her decoding workshops during the late nineties, a fictional human plot was born. Exploring our awakening by writing the light workers journals about the Jaarsma Clan became Nadine’s mission. She has since published 4 novels: The Awakening Clan - The Astral Explorer - The Cosmic Traveller - Vanishing Worlds and two workbooks on The Language of Light. Have a pencil + paper ready for Nadine's special meditation! At 5PM EDT 10PM BST http://ascensiontopics.wozaonline.co.za http://kimabooks.com/Nadine-May http://goldringhealingfountain.wetpaint.com
It was a pseudo Slacker Saturday, but somehow it all worked out today. Face showed up a tiny bit late due to a disgusting and mysterious hand injury, but we were able to talk a little hockey as well as honor the great Stompin' Tom Connors who passed away this week.
We then welcomed in The Whale, and the standard VSR crew did a 2012 year in review and rambled on about this and that in a most pleasing way. Considering the shockingly small amount of show prep that went into this show, I couldn't have been more pleased with the resulting show. The music recommendation was from the late nineties with The Wallflowers "Angel on my Bike".
Be sure to check out Face and Craig when they guest on Robot Rabbit this Tuesday on the LCS Podcast Network!
Adriana Vermillion is a POTTY Trainer—Passionate Optimal Thinker Training the "Y" ("why me") Generation. She is a graduate of the International Baccalaureate Program of Mehadia, Romania with a degree in math and science and a minor in business management.
As a student, Adriana had a passion for writing. She wrote her first manuscript at the age of twelve and started writing articles while working as the main editor for the literary journal in high school and college. Working as an editor, she had the opportunity to tutor students in both writing and editing.
Moving to America in the nineties, along with learning a new language and culture while starting a family, took away the dream of publishing her writings. As her speaking career expanded, she began to think more and more about writing.
Adriana finally became published and is now the author of over 100 articles, as well as ten blogs on various subjects. She is working on a few children's books while finishing a memoir, the novel she wrote in high school, some parenting books, and also small children's books along with her son, Nate Vermillion.
Adriana is pursuing her PhD in psychology, heading more and more in the direction of working with children, parents, and teaching the "Y" Generation. She is an avid traveler, parenting teacher, life coach, and gourmet food aficionado who loves writing restaurant reviews, cutting-edge articles about culinary culture, parenting, self-healing, and self-help. If you find her at a coffee shop, she may very well be telling you why she likes her coffee black, or may entertain you with a tale about her family. In so many words, Adriana is a motivational speaker and she speaks to crowds of two or 2000.
Business incubators started to flourish in the mid to late nineties along with the hi-tech boom. Not surprisely, many believe incubators primarily serve the hi-tech industry but in fact, there are many niche incubators and others that work with a wide range of businesses...and their success rate is pretty high!Justin interviews Paula Connelly, Program Manager and Director of the Women's Business Center at the Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center, and Sharon Miller, the CEO of the Center sinc
Jane Davies is a full time artist working in collage, painting, mixed media, and encaustics. She offers workshops at her studio and nationwide, focusing on helping people to find a personal and playful approach to creating. Beginning as a potter in the early nineties, selling her colorful hand-painted ceramics at craft shows, Davies gradually transitioned into freelance art, designing tableware, quilting fabric, paper goods, stationery, and other products, using painting and collage
Josh Kruger, a child of the nineties, grew up in a rural town in Pennsylvania. In 2002, he moved to Philadelphia where he attended the University of Pennsylvania studying political science and anthropology. For five years, he worked in community and LGBT non-profit development, fundraising, and marketing. Diagnosed as HIV positive in his late twenties, he left the non-profit industry and started Emapwerks, his company focusing on writing, editing, and marketing, in 2012. Josh
On today's episode we'll have a conversation with Jennifer Trouton, the real-life artist from Belfast who is featured in 50 Shades of Grey. A little about Jennifer Trouton: before 50 Shades, Trouton’s work had been featured in group exhibitions nationally and internationally since graduating form the University of Ulster in the mid nineties. Her work has received continued support from the Arts Council including a funded residency at the Banff Centre of Arts in Banff Canad