• 00:39

    A Jazz Night In Beatrice Alabama. Enjoy HOWC Internet Radio

    in Music

    Gerald Wilson, a bandleader, trumpeter, composer, arranger and educator whose multifaceted career reached from the swing era of the 1930s to the diverse jazz sounds of the 21st century, has died. He was 96.


    Wilson, who had been in declining health, died Monday at his home in Los Angeles, two weeks after contracting pneumonia, said his son, jazz guitarist Anthony Wilson.


    In a lifetime that spanned a substantial portion of the history of jazz, Wilson's combination of articulate composition skills with a far-reaching creative vision carried him successfully through each of the music's successive new evolutions.

  • 01:30

    The Final Chapter – Obituaries, Death Records and Genealogy

    in History

    NOTE THE NEW TIME - 1 HOUR EARLIER! Join us for another episode of GeneaBloggers Radio on Friday, October 21, 2011 starting at 9pm Eastern, 8pm Central, 7pm Mountain and 6pm Pacific with host Thomas MacEntee. This week our show is entitled The Final Chapter – Obituaries, Death Records and Genealogy. Our special guests will include: Susan Soper, author and journalist who has created ObitKit, a book – a guide – a plan for writing your own obituary or that of a family member or friend. We’ll also talk with professional genealogist, author and educator Diana Crisman Smith, who teaches the Death Records 101 course at Family Tree University. And, as usual, you never know what other aspects of genealogy and family history will be covered at GeneaBloggers Radio so tune in! GeneaBloggers Radio is about the most fun you can have with your genealogy on a Friday night!

  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights psychic Donna Price

    in Spirituality

    Colorado Springs, CO – It was once believed that communicating with the dead was either the result of emotional disturbance or the work of charlatans. In recent years, however, many clinicians have come to recognize these experiences, whether real or imagined, can offer individuals the solace and hope they desperately seek.


    Donna Price is a psychic medium who specializes in helping individuals contact loved ones who have passed.


    “The spirits speak through me to relay messages to their loved ones,” says Price. “These experiences can be extremely cathartic for individuals who have experienced loss. They give the sitter clues that there’s life on the other side. Of course it’s emotional, but it’s a happy emotion.”


    Price interacts with angels and communicates with the deceased utilizing psychometrry, the ability to receive impressions from an object like a photo of deceased loved one. Price says she first realized she had these gifts as a young child, but suppressed them because she couldn't understand them. 


    “When I was 12 years old, I used to read the comic strips and the obituaries,” recalls Price. “One time I saw my grandfather’s obituary. He passed away a week later. In my 30s, I touched a picture of a missing person’s card and I was transported to a mother and a child in the woods. I had to put the card down.”


    While Price helps to guide her clients during their times of grief, she says her first priority is to empower them to overcome life's challenges and succeed in their endeavors.


    “I know I was born with the gift. It used to scare me, but not anymore,” says Price. “It’s a blessing, but I don’t get caught up in my gift. It’s a gift from my creator and I worship my creator and not my gift.”

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights psychic Donna Price

    in Spirituality

    Colorado Springs, CO – It was once believed that communicating with the dead was either the result of emotional disturbance or the work of charlatans. In recent years, however, many clinicians have come to recognize these experiences, whether real or imagined, can offer individuals the solace and hope they desperately seek.


    Donna Price is a psychic medium who specializes in helping individuals contact loved ones who have passed.


    “The spirits speak through me to relay messages to their loved ones,” says Price. “These experiences can be extremely cathartic for individuals who have experienced loss. They give the sitter clues that there’s life on the other side. Of course it’s emotional, but it’s a happy emotion.”


    Price interacts with angels and communicates with the deceased utilizing psychometrry, the ability to receive impressions from an object like a photo of deceased loved one. Price says she first realized she had these gifts as a young child, but suppressed them because she couldn't understand them. 


    “When I was 12 years old, I used to read the comic strips and the obituaries,” recalls Price. “One time I saw my grandfather’s obituary. He passed away a week later. In my 30s, I touched a picture of a missing person’s card and I was transported to a mother and a child in the woods. I had to put the card down.”


    While Price helps to guide her clients during their times of grief, she says her first priority is to empower them to overcome life's challenges and succeed in their endeavors.


    “I know I was born with the gift. It used to scare me, but not anymore,” says Price. “It’s a blessing, but I don’t get caught up in my gift. It’s a gift from my creator and I worship my creator and not my gift.”

  • 01:00

    Funeral Programs 101 with Karen Sutton

    in History

     


    It is an African American tradition to hold on to and treasure certain Funeral Programs because they represent a final and public tribute to the life of family members, friends and associates.  Ms.Sutton began actively collecting Funeral Programs and Newspaper Obituaries in1986. Today she has a 15 volume collection of 2" loose-leaf binders full of them consisting of at least 1000 people.  She will share with you how to decipher the clues provided therein to help with your genealogical research. 


    Karen E. Sutton is a Family Historian, specializing in African-American research in Maryland,Virginia, & Washington, DC,Medical, and Lineage Societies in general, and the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) research in particular. She joined NSDAR based on the service of her free black ancestor from Virginia.  Karen also served as National membership chair for the Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society, Inc.(AAHGS), is a charter member of the Baltimore Chapter of AAHGS, and is the first Black “National Vice-Chairperson -- African American” -- for the“National Lineage Research Committee,” NSDAR.  She holds a B.S. in Nursing and a Master's degree in Historical Studies.  After receiving her MA,Karen worked at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation in colonial costume, and is currently employed as a Registered Nurse in Long Term Care.  She has also taught "African American History" and "Introduction to the African American Experience" courses in the Africana Studies Department at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, and is seeking similar employment at a Baltimore Area Community College or University.

  • 01:01

    REPEAT SHOW - Laurie Allen, Survivor & Advocate

    in Family

    On May 8, 2010, I originally interviewed Laurie Allen.  Please join us as we relive that show.  


    "Unbelievable turn of circumstances is a great way to describe Laurie who will be talking to us today. I have been enjoying getting to know Laurie and learning more about what she is doing today with her role at Private Quarters (an organization supporting domestic violence survivors) and part of a documentary in progress called BY A THREAD, as well as her personal experiences involved in domestic violence and why she has been so adamant to advocate for change. She states that she is on a mission to share her story as how she became safe in her own skin, as well as just her story of domestic violence on a whole. There is a certainly level of abuse and violence that women hear about on the news, in the obituaries, the obvious and repeated, daily and nightly abuse; however, there is another level of abuse that is hidden, forgotten about and not on the radar because it may not be thought of as "that bad". At what point does it have to be "bad" to do something about it, after all? What about those less than obvious signs that lead you down a path of abuse and violence that young and mature women don't understand and don't know to look for? Those are the masses we need to reach and educate, speak to and empower!"  http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oralhistory/2010/05/08/beyond-words-live--meet-laurie


    BEYOND WORDS LIVE is designed as a platform for survivors to tell their story in their own words.  Join us at http://facebook.com/DomesticViolenceVoices, http://facebook.com/KrastinSocialJustice and http://beyondwordslifecoach.blogspot.com/ for further discussions on these issues.  


    If you are a survivor, please contact me and we'll make it happen for you, too, to tell your story!

  • 01:02

    American Mourning

    in Books

    Amy Beth welcomes Kate Sweeney, author of American Afterlife: Encounters in the Customs of Mourning  Having embarked on a quest spent in the trenches with experts from funeral directors to obit writers, Kate, who is also a writer for Georgia Public Radio, explores the rites, rituals and refections associated with death and mourning in America.


    And the usuals: the free-flow pop culture convo, the mailbag and Inspiration to Action success stories. 


    Tweet questions and comments before/during show @abwrites 


    Join us! LIVE or anytime on demand.

  • 01:04

    What is life to a person of faith vs non-believers

    in Lifestyle

    We want to welcome you to our show this week. In looking at life we have all heard the question, why am I here. Ask yourself this question right now.  No really! Ask yourself, why am I here! Do yourself a favor.  Get a pen and paper and write this question down.  Then write  down, why you think you are here.  Do you think you are a mistake?  Do you think it is just by chance?  If you are a listener of our show, I pray that you have many ideas on why you are here.  Wild Bill was listening to the news, thinking about current events, and life experience.  He has noticed that when it rains that it rains on everybody in that area that doesn't have enough sense to get in out of the rain.  When it is cold outside there is no special warm air flow for those that didn't wear enough clothes when they left their home.  When he looked at the obituaries in the paper, he noticed that age is not a protection for your name not to be there. It doesn't matter how much money you have, and/or what race you are.  He also noticed that there was no seperation for people of faith vs those that are non-belivers.  This is all a little dark and deep.  So, we are going to share with you a new music release that speaks volumes about why we are all here.  It will put a smile on your face!  Tonight we are also going to look life from diferent angles.  Have you noticed when you start to look at your life why you imediatly start to judge others?  Is it fair to hold past mistakes against people? I can tell you that Wild Bill is a better man today then he was 20 years ago.  Of course he is a slow learner.  We will also have Blog talk mom on the show tonight if she can get her smart phone to work! With that said lets see what Wild Bill has for us tonight!       

  • 00:59

    Authors who inspire you to read. And live better

    in Dreams

    Sevan Jordan is a 9 year old 5th grade honor roll student at Perdew Elementary. He started writing books when he was 7 ½ years old because he loves to read. Two books that inspired him to write were ‘’Diary of a wimpy kid” (do it yourself) and Junie B Jones by Barbara Park. He would get lost in books as he read them and says that he actually visualized the people in the stories. His goal is to get one of his books on the best seller list, and aspires to be on T.V. doing a funny sitcom. Sevan wants to continue to write more stories and excel at writing. He also loves soccer and cooking, hoping to one day be a famous cook and soccer player. 
    Sevan Jordan resides in Rancho Cucamonga CA with his family


    KKeisha A Rivers Shorty Short Bio: 
    Keisha A. Rivers Shorty is a strategist, consultant, speaker and author.  She wears two hats--as the founder and managing consultant of The KARS Group, LTD, which specializes in providing personal and professional strategic development services to small businesses, organizations and individuals--and also as the founder and Executive Director of The KARS Institute for Learning & Collaboration, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide training, resources and support to nonprofits, community organizations, churches, schools and small businesses.  


    Publisist Jucclyn


    We specialize in designing personalized invitations for any occasion, obituaries, customized thank you cards and more. We also design for business needs whether your business is in need of branding or just business cards, letterhead, etc. Printing is also offered and our prices are reasonable. We aim to make sure we design a permanent mark that's undeniable!


     

  • 00:06

    Pet Loss Healing through Pet Obituaries & Pet Tributes

    in Pets

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/129192370510596/members/
    Honor your pet’s memory and celebrate your pet’s unconditional love for you! 
    We’ll discuss pet loss healing through beautiful memorials as a pet obituaries & pet tributes & how it’s a positive contribution to moving forward through your pet loss grief. Learn about
     Animal Hope Counselors™ & how they bring together an awareness of death that illuminates the integral human-animal bond of spiritual agreements, ongoing animal communication and pet’s soul contracts that concentrate on joyous reuni

  • 00:38

    RocStarRadio & DJhustlaP feat. - R.I.P Shizz B. 1987-2012

    in Music

    Sean Anthony Repetto, 25, of Quincy died Dec. 2, 2012. Born and raised in Allston and Quincy, Sean attended Quincy High School. He loved making rap music and was well known locally as the artist Shizz B. His passion and talent for performing led him to start a promising career as a rap artist in the Greater Boston area, where he performed both solo and as a member of various groups. He had a great appreciation for all forms of art. Sean cherished his family, and drew much strength from them over his life, especially in the years following a serious car accident in 2006. He is survived by his loving parents, Jennifer E. Cugini and Charles F. Repetto Jr. He was the brother of Brian T. Repetto of Quincy
     

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