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Authors on the Air host Pam Stack is honored to present award-winning author, Professor James W. Hall. Jims is an international best-selling and much awarded writer who is the creator of the "Thorn" series about an off-the-grid loner who lives a fairly primitive existence in Key Largo, FL. Mr. Hall has received the Edgar and Shamus awards for his novels. He is also a poet and writing professor. Please visit Mr. Hall's Amazon page at http://amzn.to/11gtv5i. This is a LIVE broadcast (with podcast available On Demand). To speak with guest James Hall please call 347-633-9609.
Underwriting for this exclusive interview generously provided by Michael Lowndes at PML Media and Author Marketing Hub. Find them on the web at http://plmedia.com and http://authormarketinghub.com. Theme music created and played by author Robert Gregory Browne. On the web at http://robertgregorybrowne.com. Thank you to sponsor Discount Pets and Supplies in Lee County, Florida - shipping holistic, natural PABA-free pet foods and supplies around the country, On the web at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com.
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Just fresh off of her Las Vegas trip, skincare and makeup artist, Petra Cleary, talks with TV Host and Journalist, Victoria Gaither, about what colors are making a splash this spring/summer. Petra attended the Arbonne International Makeup show in Las Vegas where she learned what new products will help you look young and what colors will bring out your natural beauty. So get ready to update your beauty routine with Petra. We'll also take your calls.
What products to say away from in our health and beauty routine says Perta Cleary.
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Today we will be speaking to Pierre LaBoissiere about Haiti. We will also have on the show Kofi Taharka, Houston Black United Front, and Charles "Boko" Freeman, Houston native and one of the founders of the BPP chapter there. The two men will speak about a commemorative program honoring Carl Bernard Hampton, whom Boko says, was "one of Black America's most articulate, courageous and heroic, young leaders was ruthlessly slain by the Houston Police Department's Central Intelligence Division (CID), July 26, 1970. At the age of 21, Carl was a tireless organizer who worked day and night to establish People's Party II, a Black revolutionary group modeled after the Black Panther Party (BPP). On Sunday, July 26, 2009 two activities will be held to commemorate the life and death of Carl Bernard Hampton. The Gravesite Remembrance will take place at 3:00pm at Golden Gate Cemetery 8400 Hirsch Road Houston , Texas . The Community Memorial will kick off at 5:00pm at 3212 Dowling Street Houston , Texas next to the PABA. The memorial will include a tour of the actual spot were Carl was gunned down by Houston police. The memorial on Dowling Street will also feature: a limited free food giveaway, survival program speakers, poets and edutainment. We will then speak to Jacques Ibula, Congolese artist who has a concert:"Song Writer Sundays Unplugged," July 19, 8-10 at at Yoshi's in San Francisco. We will conclude with Donald Harrison, who will be at Stanford Jazz with his latest band, Saturday, July 18. Visit www.donaldharrison.com