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Paul Marino definitely plays around – musically that is. You’ll find him playing at Remington’s in Manasquan, the Belmar Seafood Festival, Barnacle Bills, Pyanoe Plaza in Belmar, Sandwitch in Asbury Park, Harpoon Willy’s, Rooney’s, and more. Busy guy, right? Paul Marino is a Jersey Shore musician who began playing music in the 4th grade. His first instrument was trumpet, and he took music lessons for that through high school. Paul is a self-taught guitar player. In 1997 he took his guitar out for fun and began appearing at various open mics . After about 6 months of perfecting his skill on the guitar and singing songs, Paul started playing for money at local coffee houses. With no intentions of taking this any further, he began making friends with local musicians who would later become his band mates. He played solo for a while, made many friends along the way, and finally formed the Paul Marino Band in 2000. These days, Paul and his band are among the busiest in the area and can be seen on the Jersey Shore circuit playing fundraisers, happy hours, and private parties. After the interview, please check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for additional information.
Lindsay Marino will share tips on how to channel through using automatic writing.
Lamont Banks, Cliff Stewart, and Lisa Stewart of the Colorado exoneration firm, A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.
Tonight's show is shining a Spotlight on Congressman Tom Marino, who’s a lawyer, former District Attorney for Lycoming County, and a former United States Attorney for the Middle District of Pennsylvania. He has brought his experience and knowledge to Washington D.C. to become a leader in the House of Representatives.
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Dr. Toni will share her book The Propelled Heart: Moving from Injury to Insight. Part memoir, part healing guidebook, Rivera tells of her passage to insight, allowing injury to transform into the gifts she brings to the world. Rivera recounts how she listened to her body's physical pain to help unlock those wounds of forgotten childhood sexual abuse, freeing her to follow an inner-driven, more deliberate, more intentional and joyful way of life, while still serving those who needed help.
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Paul Barry is a Los Angeles based Australian actor, writer, and acting teacher. His clients have secured representation with very impressive agencies. Barry runs regular, on camera, classes at the Actors Key West and is also the author of abook called "Choices"
Today we will discuss his emory techniques, and how he came to work in Los Angeles.
My guest tonight is vocalist, songwriter, arranger and lyricist Valentina Marino.
Stephanie Jones (Metropolitan Magazine/Hot House Jazz) writes: After attending Italy's prestigious University of Music in Rome, Valentina Marino earned her BFA in Vocal Jazz Performance from the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City. Influenced by such creative voices as Reggie Workman, Dave Glasser, La Tanya Hall and Janet Lawson, she began performing throughout metropolitan area alongside master players Jay Azzolina, Cameron Brown, Anthony Pinciotti, Ray Gallon, Saul Rubin and Alberto Pibiri. Valentina has played Carnegie Hall, and such iconic venues as Cornelia Street Cafe, Bar Next Door, Rue B, The Kitano Hotel, Somethin' Jazz Club, The Flatiron Room, Cleopatra's Needle, The Shrine, The Garage, Zinc Bar, The Cotton Club, Cafe Noctamnulo at Pangea, Zeb's, Antique Garage and Smalls Jazz Club. She also has appeared as the special guest of The Davell Crawford Quartet at Snug Harbor in New Orleans.
In her international travels, Valentina was moved to channel some of their evolving synergy in the studio. Her debut record, PhiLOVEsophy, was conceivedthrough a creative exploration of her own fascination with the human condition. Artfully curated by Valentina, the record features her original lyrics and compositions, as well as contemporary arrangements of classic favorites from Bossa to Bowie. The personnel include the eclectic array of international artists who have supported Valentina's creative vision throughout her burgeoning career: Cameron Brown on bass, Jay Azzolina on guitar, Anthony Pinciotti on drums and percussions, Alberto Pibiri on piano and Maz Zooi on bass clarinet and alto saxophone.
PhiLOVEsophy will be available for purchase on iTunes, cdBaby and Amazon.com in early 2016.
Learn more about Valentina at http://valentinamarino.com/
Join us tonight with special guest Paul McGuire to talk about the latest news and current events. We will be talking about the latest geopolitical, financial and prophetic news and what to expect in the near future.
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Welcome to today's show as we continue our study of the life of the apostle Paul. Paul's story intersects with the life of the disciple Stephen. Paul, one of the greatest of Christ's followers, persecuted the early believers. Paul discovers that no sin is beyond Christ's power of forgiveness after he participated in the stoning of Stephen. Stephen has set the bar very high for living for Christ in a world that does not understand or care about the faith and commitments of a follower of Jesus. Join us for a look at persecution.