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Celebrate PANDAS Awareness Day with host Marcel Cairo and our Radio PANDAS Panel of experts - Dr. Trifiletti, Dr. Rabinowitz and Dr. Bhakta. Call-in your questions LIVE as we discuss therapies and remedies for beating the beast we call PANDAS/PANS.
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Call in at 7pm eastern - 909-265-9152 SHRA RADIO 9/4/2012 MOROSO TECH OIL PANS ,PUMPS,PICK UPS WITH KEVIN BROWN Tuesday 9/4/2012 Kevin Brown from Moroso will be on at 7:15pm eastern time .We will be talking about wet sump oiling systems.If you have a small block ford and would like to see Moroso make a billet pump please call in @ 909-265-9152 or go to SHRAONLINE.COM. Plus recaps of the Y.B. nationals. Don't forget about the 5 minutes that matters with Chris Matters Thanks Carl,Chris,Mi
Having starred in hit movies "The Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer" and the "Hellboy" movie series, Doug Jones is know for some of the most intriguing roles on screen. He has been able to turn his ability as an contortionist to create extraordinary characters in the guises of Hollywood make-up magic.
We talk to Jones about be a part of "Falling Skies" on TNT, and using his acting and movement to make these characters come to life.
Brainstorms host, Marcel Cairo, welcomes an all-star panel of doctors to the Radio Pandas airwaves. Joining the panel are - Pediatric Neurologist, Dr. Rosario Trifiletti, Integrative Physician, Dr. Chitra Bhakta and Cognitive Behavior Psychologist, Dr. Dena Rabinowitz.
How can parents help their children with PANDAS/PANS? Parents call in with their questions.
Milling About visits The Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport, Maine which is rich in history dating back to 1884 when Henry Heckman built a stately home overlooking the Kennebunk River to honor his ship's captain brother David, lost at sea. The name Nonantum is Algonquin Indian meaning 'rejoicing;' fitting for the resort celebrating over 125 years. The lobby of the Carriage House is homey with a welcoming fireplace and fresh baked blueberry scones, featuring Maine's finest fruit. The original old-fashioned elevator with iron gated door and manual lever is refurbished, and is still used to ferry guests.
General Manager Tina Gordon, celebrating her 21 season, joins host Robin Milling to talk about the hotel's newest finds which have been discovered through renovations such as the original hotel safe, and a priceless stash of letters from guests to the innkeeper found inside horsehair plaster in the walls from the early 1900s. Tina says there is a resident ghost Sadie who likes to hang out by the fireplace, and kitchen spirits who have been known to move pans and throw things off the top of the refrigerator to get the staff's attention!
Innkeeper Jean Ginn Marvin who left a life of politics in Maine legislature for hospitality, makes sure she walks 10,000 steps a day making the guests happy. When at The Nonantum drive along Ocean Drive, and in less than 1.2 miles you'll get a glimpse of President George Bush's summer estate which sits on it's own private little island at Walker's Point. The secret service took some getting used to but Jean says the Bushes are regulars at Nonantum for parties and events and couldn't be more charming and appreciative of their hospitality.
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Abdias Ernesto Garcia is a folk experimentalist from Puerto Rico who adorns his roots as a percussionist with a sensibility for poetry and culture. Combining different genres into one cohesive package, Abdias fuses magnetic and hypnotizing soulful grooves, mesmerizing vocals that create a lushful landscape of multi-cultural sounds. He has understood and spoken the universal language of music since the tender age of 2 when he began playing percussion on his grandma's pots and pans. Abdias has been living in the experiment of life and music from the days of his youth when his uncles introduced him to some of the greatest musical concoctions in their 78 Vinyl records to currently producing albums for performing artists in his Orlando, Florida Studio, Abdias has soundly embraced music as a part of himself in his lifelong journey. Abdias began to build his artistry from scratch through winning talent shows and international competitions including Sabado Gigante & Juventud Vibra, studying at La Escuela Libre de Puerto Rico as he trained and played with the likes of Tito Puente & Giovanni Hidalgo, also performing in concert halls with Awilda Carbia (a prominent Puerto Rican Comedian), working alongside musical director Tito Curet Alonso, performing with El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, and playing on stage with Willie Colon. Abdias’ latest release entitled “Mas Colores y Menos Horrores” (More Colors and Less Horrors) presents ten new original songs that highlight his personal growth as he continues to explore the experimental acoustic sound that has become a trademark for the passionate songwriter. He approaches this album with elegance and simplicity that allows the listener to become a part of the conversation not just a listener. Now touring with his wife and two sons throughout the United States and the Caribbean performing and offering workshops on drumming and improvisation.
Raising Daughters Who Refuse to Settle In a culture that emphasizes finding the right pair of jeans over waiting for the right man, there is no time to sit back and hope everything just pans out. Mom, you are your daughter’s greatest influence, mentor, and relationship coach. It is time to take action!
The most important decision of your daughter’s life is who will be her Master; the second is who will be her “mister.” You play a vital role in preparing her to make this choice. Bestselling author, Jackie Kendall, opens her heart and candidly shares four decades’ worth of experience with mothers who are raising daughters to navigate the challenges of relationships.
Jackie Kendall is President of Power to Grow Ministries. She is a National conference speaker and a best selling author: Lady in Waiting,The Mentoring Mom, A Man Worth Waiting For, Free to Love: The Liberating Power of Forgiveness and Lady in Waiting for Little Girls. She has been married 37 years to Ken and they have grown children, Ben and Jessi and a son-in-law Drew and a first grandchild—Emma Grace.
Today on Sports Talk with Benson we discuss Rutgers fires Rice in wake of video scandal, Gophers hiring FIU's Richard Pitino, Ware will travel with team cities freak play, Blue Jackets land Gaborik, Geno Smith: harsh scouting report untrue, Packers near deal with Matthews, City ordinance: USC to lay off 'Dunk City' name, Logano won't get walked on, Falcons sign exoenerated Banks, Auriemma pans idea of Griner in NBA draft, Key NFL draft prospects rising falling, and more in this one hour show of Sports Talk with Benson. Remember fans you too can be a part of the show if you call in at (347)-857-4527. Thanks!
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2013 Oscars on parade with CharLena P-F talking about the star turns for wedding attire. Everyone knows that red carpet wear can be seen in the wedding aisle almost immediately and definitely the following season. Tune in and get CharLena's Oscar picks for wedding attire for the upcoming season.
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