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Stem and Basal discussion continues in Part 2 on the Fine Art of Paleontology series.Join New Mexico Museum on Natural History research associate Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as the discuss stem and basal animals in the fossil record. They are taking a journey through the animals that have lead up to humans in the fossil record.
On Monday August 24th at 8pm est,7pm cst and 5pm pst. We look forward to you joining us. If you would like to join the conversation visit our chat room on our web page or call in to our studio number 1 -949-534-0637.
in Self Help
As a survivor of Narcissistic abuse myself I know how frustrating, helpless, and confusing this disorder can be to deal with. As an experienced counselor I know that issues dealing with this problem are always arising. I am fully aware that many of you cannot afford the out of pocket expense of paying for counseling, but do have important questions you would like answered. I can and want to help all of you work through these sensitive issues.
The second Friday of every month my internet radio show, A Fine Time for Healing, will be entirely devoted to taking to your calls and answering your questions about NPD. The advice is FREE!
The show airs at 11 a.m. EST and runs for 45 minutes. The number you will call to connect with the show and speak to me is 424-220-1801.
This time will not be a convenient one for everyone so there is another way for you to get your questions answered. Just email me ahead of time and I will read your questions on air and answer them. I assure you that your identity will be kept anonymous.
All shows will be recorded and archived after broadcasting. They can be listened to at your convenience by clicking on the link I will provide you when you email me. Please send your emails to firstname.lastname@example.org with “Radio Show Question” in the subject heading.
in Pop Culture
The Morrison Hotel® gallery is about people. Founded in 2001 by former record company executive and producer Peter Blachley, music industry professional Richard Horowitz, and music photographer Henry Diltz, The Morrison Hotel® Gallery, which represents world renowned photographers, has grown to become the place to purchase fine art music photography. As you view some of the most inspiring and iconic images of music and musicians photographed over the last fifty-plus years, think about the people who existed on both sides of the lens. The photographers had no idea what they were creating or how historic the imagery would become. It is a one-second click of the shutter that creates a timeless moment in our lives.
From a very early age Aaron has had a deep understanding and appreciation of photography. Not only has he been with Morrison Hotel Gallery for 10 years, but he has been instrumental in the curation of over a hundred shows here.
Aaron works hand and hand with each of the represented photographers to cultivate the emotional experience that the art deserves. He is closely involved with the overseas markets creating the same real time experience as if one was standing in the actual SOHO gallery space.
Before settling down in New York, Aaron was on the West Coast immersed in its diverse art scene. He now lives in Brooklyn with his wife.
Morrison Hotel Gallery - SoHo, NYC
116 Prince Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10012
Morrison Hotel Gallery - West Hollywood, CA
Sunset Marquis Hotel
1200 Alta Loma Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069
On Monday June 22nd at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field Paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they take on the crocodilians. These interesting archosaurs have a fossil record beginning in the Triassic and their evolution is well demonstrated. Today's modern examples are perfectly adapted to their watery habitats. Are they Monsters of Nature or have they also adapted to habitat change ?
Our guests this morning are Holly Socrates of Holly Socrates Gallery, Max Yoffe of Big Door Studios and photographer Jason Olive.
Holly Socrates is perhaps best known for her serene imagery and unusual combinations of media, like charcoal and coffee or paint and fibers. After six years of showing and selling her work in the South Bay and West Side, Holly decided it was time to open her own gallery. In November of 2014, the Holly Socrates Gallery opened their doors on Main Street in downtown El Segundo.
Max Yoffe is an award winning producer/director with over 20 years in the industry. His philosophy has been to build a company where innovation and ideation are the driving forces..
Jason Olive graduated as a member of the National Honor Society on an English Scholarship from the
University of Hawai’i. The Governor's Award for Academic Excellence. While attending college Jason also embarked on an illustrious career as a fashion model. He holds the distinction of being the first African-American Male Super Model in the world. He has appeared in numerous A-list editorials, magazine covers, print Campaigns,TV commercials (Chanel, Calvin Klein, Revlon Versace, Yves Saint Laurent, Ralph Lauren etc.).
Big Door Studios is hosting a Coastal Inspired Group Show tonight at the El Segundo Art Walk
This morning, we’re going to learn more about the final El Segundo Art Walk for the season happening tonight beginning at 5 p.m.
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On Monday June 9th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman will discuss insect fossils and where to find them. Insects are one of the largest groups of animals on the planet and they can be found almost everywhere today. From amber to shale, insect fossils are an interesting look into the past. Tune in fo another fascinating topic. Everywhere on this planet has or had insects !
Artist Randy Bernard returns to Rated G Radio to talk about his current art projects and updates us on all of the exciting things happening in his world!
Call 323 657-1493 to ask Randy a question and join in the fun! ! !
Visit Randy's website to check out more of his art here!
"I create to give people a unique experience through the channels of my talents. I was inspired when i was very young creating a graphic novel called "Merry Days" based on the imagined adventures of my pet frog, Ivinn and his best friend Indy. I was always drawing and people began to take notice of my work. They would tell me how much they enjoyed seeing my work. I would draw the things i loved such as family members who had passed away because I missed them. I began sharing this passion with others by drawing their family members, pets, and heirlooms. I am academically trained with disciplines in painting, drawing, sculpting, ceramics, mixed media, music, literature, and film." Randy Bernard
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Happy Hour variety show, airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, AZ.
On This Episode:
- Fall Fun in Three Rivers – Leah Launey of Three Rivers Bed & Breakfast and artist Nadi Spencer provide an update on the fall events including 1st Saturday Art Day, Raven Festival, Dark Sky Festival, and Concert on the Grass, in Three Rivers, California, gateway to Sequoia National Park.
- Americana-folk singer-songwriter Joseph Eid discusses his first full studio album ‘Human’.
- Singer-songwriter Rachel London talks about her brand new contemporary pop single ‘Runnin’
Kevin Ring-Director of Strategic Initiatives for Families Against Mandatory Minimums, asks "Are there Too Many People in America's Prisons?"
Samantha Mills-The Good News Girl is back with her latest report of viral videos that has America laughing, crying and being thankful.
David White-Former staffer for Henry Kissenger, Howard Baker and Nelson Rockefeller addresses Art, Religion, Science, Spirituality, the focus of his latest book.
Phyllis Schlafly-Obama's Iran Deal Betrays America says the long term national leader of the conservative movement, and founder of Eagleforum.org.
Dr Sean Wheeler-Medical doctor and sports pain expert who has for the first time uncovered the cause of modern back pain, reveals WHY it is the world’s most disabling disease, and how it can be both treated and prevented.
Sarah Carter-Columnist with the American Media Institute discusses her latest column, ISIS “Mein Kampf’ Blames Israel for Global Terrorism.
Special guest Chad Meek, Author, Astrologer, Director, and Executive Producer of upcoming epic feature film, UFO thriller,Giant Rock The Movie will appear LIVE on a Fine Time for Healing to introduce his spellbounding new book, Giant Rock. This is Chad's third guest visit to A Fine Time for Healing. His stories are always fascinating.
Chad is the nephew of reknowned 1950's Ufologist George Van Tassel, who for many years allegedly channelled extraterrestrials at a place in the Mohave Desert know as "Giant Rock." Today Chad will talk about the events he witnessed as a child while living at Giant Rock, including his own childhood UFO abductions.He will explain how as a young boy he knew ahead of time that he was going to have an encounter. He will share the emotional pain he suffered as a result of all his experiences and talk about the psychic powers the abductions left him with.
This is story like no other. Be sure to save the date and tune in.
To find out more about Chad, his book and his movie, please visit http://www.giantrockthemovie
Listen to Chad's other interviews on A Fine Time for Healing
On Monday April 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join us on The Fine Art of Paleontology as New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the stalked echinoderms in the fossil record. Crinoids, cystoids and blastoids are very common is some deposits. Only the crinoids are still living today, both the blastoids and cystoids are extinct. So many fascinatings things are now extinct. This will be a fascinating discussion please tune in.
Pensacola, FL – ARYA is a Sanskrit word that has been translated to mean "not ordinary; noble; valuable; precious; and pure." According to Tamara Powell, an integrative healer, counseling should be as unique as the energies in the room: anything but ordinary!
Tamara Powell is an existentialist and the founder of Arya Therapy Services, where she combines traditional psychotherapy and faith-based counseling upon request with modalities that may be outside the cultural norm. Tamara’s ultimate goal is to help each of her clients feel empowered and lead a life that is truly authentic to them.
“Arya Therapy Services was born out of a desire for me to provide a real niche here in the Bible Belt; staying true to what the area holds sacred in terms of faith-based counseling, but also being diversity-affirming,” says Tamara. “That’s why I chose the word Arya for my practice. I’ve always wanted to stay a little different while still offering evidence-based, ethical counseling.”
Passionate about holistic health for the mind, body, and spirit, Tamara has set herself apart as a knowledgeable advocate and clinician in the LGBTQ+, polyamorous and kink communities. She says many of her clients first come to her because they’ve been hurt by the Church and don’t know how to reconcile it. Tamara provides a safe haven for individuals from all walks of life to explore the integration of their spirituality, sexuality and more.
“How do you separate your spirituality from your sexuality? You can’t!" says Tamara. "My job is to help them walk through that. A lot of what I do as a counselor is bear witness to their pain and give them permission to make another choice.”
For more information on Tamara Powell or her services, visit http://www.aryatherapy.com/