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Communications pro Pattie Simone is an acclaimed digital engagement activist, speaker, video blogger and consultant. She is president and chief success strategist at marketing-advantage and Write-Communications,both business development and branding agencies, and founder of WomenCentric, a hip directory and connection hub for ambitious women worldwide. Pattie is an Ask Entrepreneur expert and a producer of timely and informative business and career success editorial and videos via WomenCentric Media. She is a co-author of Jersey Women Mean Business! Big, Bold Business Advice from New Jersey Women Business Owners: Practical Pointers, Solutions and Strategies for Business Success, and is currently writing and filming for the ultimate transmedia communications handbook. call (845) 362-7880.
Join your favorite radio host Liz Black as she interviews author and poet Titus Porter. Be sure to like him on facebook and email him at Golden98child@aol.com for more info.
Kendra Charisse Porter is a body expert and style architect. As founder of Honor You, an image consulting agency her method of bodycentric styling teaches women to embrace their shape no matter their size and love the skin they’re in. She’s been featured by Yahoo!, Marie Claire, and All On the Line with Joe Zee. Her motto: Honor Your Shape. Honor Your Size. HONOR YOU!
Tonight on this tremendous edition of Beards on MMA, we check in with our old friend Jade Porter. Fresh off signing with World Series of Fighting, Jade makes his way back into the cage for the 2nd time in 2013 to fight Alexandre Pimental. Jade's a longtime mainstay of n3rds on MMA, and this is the first time we've had the opportunity to bring him on, and just in time.
Time pending, we'll also chat a bit about UFC 166, the upcoming UFC Fight Night, Bellator 105 (the last one before the Pay Per View) and World Series of Fighting 6. We'll also talk about the No Shave November contest. Details are available on our Twitter (@BeardsonMMA) or Facebook page:
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Seattle's Entertainment Eve
Hosted by Joseph R. Porter
With Jonathan and Rabekah
Plus Special Guests Cherrise Jackson, Andrea Ward, Gregory Marks, Scott O'Neill and Dave Shecter...
Live Episode with Rabekah introducing Host Joseph R. Porter
Join Host LB Dutchess as she sit's down with Local Author Jane Porter & Chapman of Via Lago to Talke about Kirkland's first FNO , headed for a Hangover and Janes new book "The Good Wife".. All on the eve of Seattle's 12th Man attempt to turn CenturyLink Field into the noisiest stadium in the world! Call in at 323-843-6090 to join in the conversation live Monday night! Click to follow and Like us @ Socially Savvy Lb Dutchess
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There are documented stories told about the marches in Selma, Montgomery, and Washington DC. You have heard names of those who were a part of the struggle like Bayard Rustin, Whitney Young, Mahalia Jackson, just to name a few. But there are some names that put the Chicago Civil Rights Movement on the map, such as Rev John Porter, June Porter, Rev Leon Jackson, Annie Jackson, Father Hogan, Betty Edwards and so many more. Join us as Rev. Porter takes us back to the times of the civil rights movement in 1963-65 and what effect it had on Chicago. Together we will show how the Chicago Movement was tied into the national movement. Rev Porter, Rev Jackson and others organized the first Freedom school where CWT4R’s own Terry attended. Students were removed from Beale School in Englewood to make a stance against the discrimination that was going on in the school. Join us and become a part of the Chicago Civil Rights Celebration 1963-2013. Where were you and who inspires you to help keep the movement going? Call in on 347-215-8985 at 10:30 pm eastern time, 9:30 pm central standard time, 8:30 pm mountain time and 7:30 pm pacific time. Press 1 if you want to Speak