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Today on the Brian The Hammer Show:
-Dave Parkinson, Musician, TV & Radio Host, Activist will be joining us to share his latest demo songs he is in the studio working on! Dave is involved with Social Justie work, Progressive Causes as well as Charity and Fundraising events.
-Weekend Box Office
-Headline & Celebrity News & Gossip
Join us LIVE at 9am pacific - 12pm eastern time - Call in and join us at 646-595-3032
-Max Ivey, Midway Marketplace helping people buy, sell and trade new & used Amusement, Concession & Confection Equipment. Free Appraisals
-MVP Productions, Hosting the IWMA's September 21, 2014, Hard Rock Live - Biloxi, MS
-Mirthell Bazemore, Author of the House of Elliott series, On the Backburner, The Daughters & Spirit of Harriet
Special Thanks to:
-Tracy Lamourie, Lamourie Public Relations & Marketing
-Larry Rust, Former Keyboardist/Vocalist with Iron Butterfly, currently working on the "Musicians Against Abuse" Benefit Tour
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show Brian welcomes a Husband & Wife, political power-couple with resumes much too long to include here so you'll have to tune in to hear how this couple has changed the world and their mission is not complete...
-Tracy Lamourie is the President of Lamourie Public Relations. She represents a diverse selection of entertainment and political clients. She’s also a social justice activist with a long history of work on various international and local issues. A seasoned political campaigner with a 20 yr resume of political work. In the 2011 Ontario Provincial Election she was Campaign Mgr for the Provincial NDP in the riding of Chatham-Kent-Exxex. Currenty, Campaign Mgr for Matt Mernaugh, Candidate for Mayor, and is acting as an advisory role for the coming Federal Election for several Candidates across the country.
-Dave Parkinson A well known local personality, is comfortable on both sides of the television camera and radio mic, having been on TV across Canada and the US representing the CCADP which he co founded along with Tracy. He is also a musician, an actor, and an excellent voice over artist, having been called "Canada's Golden Throat" by one client.
Married since 1994, together they have been involved with many causes - they advocated on behalf of Canadians imprisoned abroad, fought against the death penalty, organized actions in support of the LGBT community that made international media, advocate on behalf medical marijuana patients, – and are well known on the international stage for their work in prisoner justice issues, wrongful convictions and fighting the death penalty – as founders and Directors of the Canadian Coalition Against The Death Penalty, which they co-founded in 1998. Their work against the international death penalty was featured in an hour long documentary that aired on Canada's national broadcaster, CBC, in 2003.
Nathaniel Parkinson put himself on the map with his series Bishop and the Pixies written using personalities he came across via social media. Find out about his journey on tonight's Literary Symposium interview!
We all yearn for that moment when a book can sweep us into a world where reality is pushed far, far away. In The Symposium we will explore farther than your bookstore might venture and find you the authors reaching to have their voices heard amidst the plethora of options available. Join us as we showcase Indie authors and their new releases, freebies, book tours, contests, and interviews.
April 18, 2013, 2013: April is the National Parkinson Foundation’s Parkinson’s Awareness Month.
In this episode, physical therapist Terry Ellis underlines the vital role of physical activity in the lives of those with Parkinson disease, which is the second most common degenerative brain disorder after Alzheimer disease.
Although there isn’t a cure for Parkinson disease, studies suggest that exercise programs initiated immediately after diagnosis can have a profound effect on the symptoms and side effects of the disease.
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To learn more about physical therapy, visit MoveForwardPT.com.
Mary Laven, founder of Wind Over Fire Healing Arts Center located in Rochester, Minnesota will be interviewing Troy Parkinson, local medium, who will be offering a week end workshop at Wind Over Water Healing Arts Center on the week end of November 2nd and 3rd.
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Join me in a lively discussion with TN State Representative Antonio "2Shay" Parkinson.
Representative Parkinson addresses the pressing issues in North Memphis such as: commercial revitalization, neighborhood stability, teen pregnancy, infant mortality, environmental justice and social equity.
We will talk to him about his upcoming relection, his platform, and the laws he got passed during his first year as District 98 representative.
Join Breakthru host, Cheryl McDaniel, as she interviews up and coming medium and acclaimed author, Troy Parkinson, about his upcoming Tour of Peru which he is hosting with Finbarr Ross. If you have never been on a sacred sites journey be prepared to have a better understanding of what a sacred sites journey is and how it can complement your own sacred journey.
Troy Parkinson is the author of Bridge to the Afterlife: A Medium's Message of Hope & Healing (Llewellyn) . He is a medium, inspirational speaker and filmmaker. Troy first began his study of the afterlife over 13 years ago. During his early years of development Troy studied in Boston, MA. During his time in Boston, Troy participated in numerous public demonstrations of mediumship, he organized the first Boston Mediums Conference, an afternoon gathering of mediums from the greater Boston area and he also produced a short documentary on mediumship called Contacting the Beyond as his senior thesis film. Over the years, Troy's work as a medium has spread simply by word of mouth and now he has clients worldwide. As a medium, Troy passes on the messages from the other side revealing that death does not prevail and our loved ones do live on in spirit. For more information about his work please visit: www.troyparkinson.com
How can yoga help those with Parkinson's disease? How can meditation help? Why is it important that caregivers also practice yoga and mediation? Elizabeth Armentino-Burd, Founder and Director of PD Wellness For Me, discusses her revelations about what really helps people improve Parkinson's symptoms.
Learn more about what is her new DVD, PD Yoga For ME! Let's Keep Moving Together!
Join us for 1 hour at 4:30 PM Eastern.
Host Nicole Brandon is one of the most sought after speakers in the world today. From Health, and Wellness to Wealth and Ultimate Success her seemingly unlimited well of information is simply mind boggling.
Nicole is known internationally for sharing her amazing secrets and remarkable knowledge on stage, screen, TV and in books throughout the world.
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Toni Bull Bua
Wife, soul mate, lyricist, partner & best friend - storyteller, guide, voice and scribe of one of the most Romantic Love Stories of all time - Her own.
This passionate love story is a magical journey beyond the imagination.
Her story is compelling, compassionate & creative. It’s a journey of ups & downs, pitfalls & promises, dreams, shear madness & nightmares. Her Love Story on & off the screen has touched millions around the world.
Fans were so intense they had to be escorted by the police for their personal appearances. Sometimes fans would even track them down in restaurants & just sit right down and join them. Fans felt as if they really knew them.
From Parkinson’s thru Cancer - From Broken Marriages to Promises of Eternity, their love story will touch every heart, move every spirit & inspire every soul to love deeper, better & more profoundly than ever before Toni and Gene’s story will awaken the gifts & the magic of love.
The results are wondrous!!
True Love. True Commitment. True Care and a True Passion for Living!
Forever and a Day is a True Romance from the Heart - The Life of Toni and Gene Bua
TUESDAY, JUNE 17, 2014 Our incredible special guest is Claudia Testa, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Neurology, and Associate Director of Clinical Research and medical director of the new VCU Parkinson's and Movement Disorders Center. The Center aims to integrate research, clinical care, and education and outreach missions in an interdisciplinary collaborative approach to making a difference in movement disorders. Dr. Testa moved to VCU in 2011, where she is excited to lead a new Huntington disease program.
We will be discuss her career of care and research. Read more...
After completing her MD and PhD degrees, Dr. Testa returned to Boston for internship at Beth Israel Hospital, then neurology residency in the Partners program at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, where she was a chief resident her final year. She moved to Emory University for a movement disorders fellowship and basic research with Dr. Timothy Greenamyre.
The HDSA Center of Excellence for Huntington Disease at Emory University was an important part of her growth as a clinician and scientist. Over eleven years at Emory she transitioned from fellow to faculty to medical director of the HDSA Center of Excellence, with involvement in several HSG studies. More recently, to enhance her skills in human disease based research she completed a Masters in Clinical and Translational Research (2012) while a faculty member at Emory University. Between Emory and VCU, she has over 13 years’ experience as an HD clinical study investigator, working with symptomatic, pre symptomatic, and HD at risk research participants. Her current research interests are in genetic causes and risks for essential tremor, Huntington disease pre-motor physiology changes, and Huntington disease observational and treatment trials.
Jennifer Hulsey has lived in Georgia her entire life. She is a Graduate of Berry College; an educator and community activist.
Here are some of Jennifer's own words.......
In 2008, I began the Parkinson's Walk for Hope with the Georgia Parkinson's Association. The goal was to raise funds and awareness for this terrible disease. To date, this walk has raised over $200,000, and is the largest walk per capita in the nation. This walk has put Cedartown on the map, and people come from all over the United States and other countries to participate in our Walk for Hope. Through this walk I saw the spirit of our local community. I realized that empowering people can make a huge difference.
I am a proud member of the Cedartown Exchange Club and honored to be the 1st woman president of the club. A club that stands for preventing child abuse. Our youth is so important to this community. And, I am proud to say that our club has worked tirelessly to help those in need, and encourage our youth to continue their education and pursue their dreams.
You can contact Jennifer by email.......email@example.com
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