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LeAnne Parsons The Walk Your Talk Coach will be joined in this episode by Prisca a local Molecular Biologist from Los Alamos New Mexico!
Here is a note form Prisca!
I am a molecular biologist. I moved to New Mexico from Illinois to start a postdoc at Los Alamos National Laboratory, working on algae biofuels. Being a scientist is not always what I thought I'd become.
I grew up wanting to be a dancer/choreographer, then a United Nations interpreter, a nun, a lawyer...until as a teenager I came across "Double helix" on TV, a dramatization of the race to solve the structure of DNA, starring Jeff Goldblum. I realized science could be very cool and exciting...the spark was ignited. I have a passion for learning, science, nature and people.
I am committed to helping to "democratize" science, because I believe that just like art, music and movies, one should not have to be a scientist to enjoy and appreciate science. Science IS for everyone.
Host Jill welcomes Kase Johnstun, Kansas State instructor, author and former "cranio kid" himeself.
Kase has worked for the last 3 years researching craniosynostosis. His book *working title* "Relief: The Medical History & Affected Lives of Craniosynostosis" is due later this year.
Jill & Kase will share their cranio stories, talk about the book & Jill's platform as Mrs. Missouri International which centers on #cranioawareness.
THIS SPECIAL HOUR LONG SHOW WILL BE LIVE AND CALLERS ARE WELCOME!
Powerful, sultry, dynamic, and moving are just a few words people have used to describe Adesha’s voice. Though Deltrina had no idea her daughter’s name meant voice, she knew Adesha was destined to sing.
Oakland, California native, Adesha made her solo debut singing for hundreds of people at The War Memorial Opera House in San Francisco at the tender age of six. By age ten she had starred and co-starred in musicals, she sang a jingle for a commercial, and had performed solo at a few of San Francisco’s live music venues. Years of training from singing in church; vocal coaching from her mother Deltrina Johnson, a trained gospel singer; and numerous live performances would follow the training she received in her primary years. At age 13 Adesha joined a girl group called “Under 21”. The trio spent most of their high school career performing and in the recording studio. At age 16 Adesha embarked upon a spiritual journey that would change the course of her future. Being famous was no longer her life’s goal. She wanted her music to make a difference; she wanted her music to change lives. This decision would lead to Adesha leaving “Under 21”. The resistance she experienced from her cohorts, management, and peers as a result of her decision sent Adesha into a bit of a depression. She would spend the next 4 years soul searching and took hiatus from singing. To date Adesha and "Seven" have played a list of venues from San Francisco to LA. They have opened for Ledisi, Goapele, Gospel diva Kim Burrell, Kase, Anthony David, Carl Thomas and more. Adesha recently released a dance EP entitled “Giving Love a Try” which is soon to be followed by her first full length album “Giving Love a Try”.
Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes Manbo Dòwòti Désir for her second visit. We discuss her new book Goud Kase Goud as well as Catholic Cardinal Langlois' recent statements on Vodou to the british publication The Guardian.
Dowoti Désir is a Manbo Asogwe and a scholar of Haitian Vodou. She is the Founder and President of the Durban Declaration and Programme of Action Watch Group (www.ddpawatchgroup.info). She utilizes interfaith exchanges and cultural diplomacy to facilitate better understanding of AfroAtlantic spiritual systems in the global North. She has written extensively about the contemporary and sacred arts of the African Diaspora, its religions and sociopolitical issues impacting the global African community. Her recent book Goud kase goud: Conjuring Memory in Spaces of the AfroAtlantic focuses on the right to memory, the built environment, and the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. She is a graduate of Barnard College and has a Master's degree from the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College. - See more at: http://www.kiskeacity.com/search?q=dowoti+#sthash.zB9DkSMl.dpuf
YOUNG CHILDREN COMPOSING MEANING IN STORY STUDIO
Towson University professors Prisca Martens and Ray Martens are our guests
Presented by MyON Reader www.thefutureinreading.com @myonreader
Nick Vatterott can't make it this week, he's lost his mind. So filling in is Dr. Don Drennan who will explore the innerworkings of the mind find out what is that makes us crazy, are we all inherently insane? What drives man into madness? And the age old psychological question, 'How can we all jump higher'? Exploring the brain with Dr. Drennan this week are comedians Kase Raso and Nathan Macintosh!
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Hosts Bless Mathis and Mike Hernandez Welcome to the Observatory where our tool of exploration is admiration. Come join us for some insight on your favorite films and soon to be favorite films. Like Someone in Love is a Japanese-language drama film written and directed by Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami, starring Rin Takanashi, Tadashi Okuno and Ryo Kase
The Place Beyond the Pines
A motorcycle stunt rider turns to robbing banks as a way to provide for his lover and their newborn child, a decision that puts him on a collision course with an ambitious rookie cop navigating a department ruled by a corrupt detective.
Director: Derek Cianfrance
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RE AIRING THE SHOW ABOUT GMOWHAT IS G.M.O. AND WHY ARE THEY PUTTING THIS IN OUR FOOD!!A genetically modified organism (GMO) is an organism whose genetic material has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. Organisms that have been genetically modified include micro-organisms such as bacteria and yeast, insects, plants, fish, and mammals. GMOs are the source of genetically modified foods, and are also widely used in scientific research and to produce goods other than food. The term GMO is very close to the technical legal term, 'living modified organism' defined in the Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety, which regulates international trade in living GMOs (specifically, "any living organism that possesses a novel combination of genetic material obtained through the use of modern biotechnology"). GET THE FREE MOBILE APP AT THE GOOGLE PLAY STORE SEARCH WESTON WORLD ONE OR GO TO WESTON WORLD .COM