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September 24 - Guitarist - Patrick Yandall
Join me for a delightful afternoon as we welcome the return of Jazz Guitarist, Patrick Yandall. Two of Patrick's latest achievements are the inclusion of his tracks, "Mr. Fattburger", in the hit film "FRUITVALE STATION" in 2013, and "Who's The Bossa Now" from his album "Samoa Soul" was used in the political satire film, "War, Inc", starring John Cusack and Marissa Tomei.
Patrick has just released his 13th CD, and oh my goodness, it is steaming! Two lucky winners just might have a chance to get their hands on an autographed copy!
Technologist Earl Robinson joins us ON THE DEAN'S LIST to talk about nanotechnology, cybersecurity and issues of concern to individuals, business and industry.
Robinson is founder and President of POWERBASE-USA, a technology consulting firm based in Suburban Detroit. He is the founder of the Virtual Nano Institute, http://www.nanotech12.org, an online school which delivers high quality content in several areas of emerging technologies for students from grade schools to professionals in the work place. Robinson has also served as a member of the faculty in several colleges and academic institutions teaching information technology, leadership and many different specialities.
Among his awards and citations:
Who's Who In America, 1999 - 2010
Who's Who In the World, 2000 - 2010
Who's Who In Industry and Finance, 1998 - 2010
Faculty of the Year, 2008, Graduate and Undergraduate Management and Business, University of Phoenix.
Faculty of the Year, 2003, Information Technology and Computer Systems, University of Phoenix.
Received Legion Of Merit and Five Meritorious Services Medals for Honorable Service in the US Air Force (1974-1995)
Recipient of the Arthur S. Flemming Award for Administrative and Scientific Achievement, presented at the National Press Club Washington D.C. , US Jaycees, 1986 (Please Google: Arthur Flemming Awards – Look at past recipients section – 1986; Note: Astronaut Colonel Neil Armstrong is a 1969 Recipient of this Award.)
Outstanding Information Management Officer for the USAF, 1986 (Best of 2000 officers in the career field)
WE APOLOGISE FOR THE INCONSISTENCY OF THE AUDIO, WHICH WAS BEYOND OUR CONTROL.
Emmy-nominated write and editor, John Patrick Nelson, discusses what is needed to succeed in todays television industry. We'll also discuss writing dialogue that sounds natural, and writing on a deadline.
We will, of course, also share the winning story in this week's Writing Prompt contest!
This promises to be a great show, so be sure to call in with your questions for John at 888-201-4631.
Girl Afraid was out getting stupid at Fantastic Fest for the last week and made us miss not one but TWO podcasts in a row! FOR SHAME, DANI! Dead Redd is going to kick her where the sun don't shine! So, to make it up to our faithful listeners, we're bringing back the one and the only Patrick Rea for 90 minutes of hard-core jaw flappin', gossipin' and anything else that might come up. Join us as the same time/place and make sure to call in and/or chat with us!
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Haskell Robinson, author of "In the Short Grass" shares his story of growing up in Boston's inner city section of Roxbury's Mission Hill. His compelling descriptions of the grit and grime associated with the urban drug scene, police corruption, prostitution and repeated attempts to 'break out' make for an 'impossible to put down' read.
Presented below is a Transformative Health interview with Patrick Coonan, dean of the College of Nursing and Public Health at Adelphi University. Patrick talks about the changing nature of nursing, the role technology plays and the biggest changes he sees coming soon to the delivery of care.
8:30 PM Eastern Time Patrick Interviews Denise Carey Costa
Was born in Buffalo, New York. She attended the Buffalo Academy of Visual and Performing Arts (class of 1985) where she studied theater and dance. After winning a Theater Scholarship
She continued her studies at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Denise has performed on stage, television, film and radio as an actress, dancer, and choreographer.
She turned her talents to writing in 2009 with the release of her first children’s book “A Tale of Three Tails.” Denise has written several other children’s books focusing on compassion for all beings and raising awareness for the plight of stray animals in our society. Her first non fiction book
“Tony’s Tale, Tragedy in Arizona” tackles the injustice of judicial murder and breed specific prejudice.
Denise currently lives in Orlando, Florida and spends her time as a writer, speaker, humanitarian, and advocate for animals.
At the top of the hour host Cyrus Webb talks with recording artist Tyson Amir about his love of music and single PURPOSE. Then at 30 min past the hour Webb talks with author Aleshia Robinson about her book LOVE, GOD AND TATTOOS.
Patrick delves deep into the paranormal story of the Amityville Horror, and discusses it from a Biblical viewpoint. Compelling and informative, you do not want to miss this episode.
Author, radio host, and paranormal expert, Patrick Meechan broadcasts every Wednesday at 6pm (PST) / 9pm (EST) on the KAPOW Radio Show Network.
He is the author of the book, "220 Fifth Street," which is a terrifying true story of survival in a haunted house with spiritual warfare learned in the process.
Contact Mr. Meechan at Patrick@patrickmeechan.com. or visit PatrickMeechan.com.
"220 Fifth Street" by Patrick Meechan from PatrickMeechan.com. This is a true story of a haunted house, which engaged the author in serious Spiritual Warfare.
"Eyes to See Unseen Enemies" by Paul and Linda is an argument against the cultural Christianity so pervasive today in the church. Using Scripture, dreams and visions, they assist God's people in understanding end-time urgency. Fifthookmedia.com
"Demons in My Marriage Bed: a True Story of Spiritual Warfare" by Paul and Linda from FifthookMedia.com. This is a true story of two haunted people who were d
Attorney Fred Kray and the PBLNR crew will discuss the the book Ruby's Tale with author Patrick Bettendorf. The story of a pit bull who was found as unwanted trash and goes on to achieve the impossible! Ruby was also a 2013 Wallace award nominee! Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show Weekly news update BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL Wallace Award What PBLNN is working on Twitter and Chat T-shirt giveaway with Amy Conrad and Matt Cook Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Beyond Breed, Canine Agression with Jim Crosby, the Doglawreporter and Dangerous Dog Law. New content every day. Bookmark it!