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Rachelle Rak has been labeled as a Triple Threat on Broadway for her immeasurable talent in dance, singing, and acting. Currently appearing in the role of "Sheila" in A Chorus Line at Paper Mill Playhouse, Rachelle joins Candi & Randy to talk about her theatrical journey - not only with A Chorus Line, famously documented in the film "Every Little Step," but her thoughts on a successful career on Broadway. Nicknamed "Sas," a few of her impressive NYC credits
We open with an archived interview from two years ago with Rachelle Farrell, who is in town this weekend, May 3-5 on both sides of the bay. Visit yoshis.com Today we speak to playwright Beverly Brown about the encore production this weekend at El Cerrito Theatre of her fourth gospel play For Every Mountain. The play features talented Bay Area actors, musicians and vocalists in her depiction of a modern day "Job" who is facing mental and emotional issues in today’s society. Job was a man in the bible who faced tremendous loss and a great trying of his faith. Through an unimaginable mental and emotional journey with his Maker, Job emerged stronger and with everything in his life multiplied. He is often credited with teaching us the patience. For Every Mountain is edgy, provocative and sometimes humorous with dialogue that addresses the serious issues of mental and emotional disorders. Visit www.totallyled.org Music: Rachelle Ferrell's "I Can Explain" ;Victoria Theodore's title track from her Grafeful CD; Amikaeyla's "Dreamer," from Being in Love; Lloyd Gregory's "Desert Wind" from his Gentle Warrior.
So It's hump day and I'd like to celebrate by chatting about RAK (Random Acts of Kindness). It's a subject I am practicing daily, and would love for my audience to take part in this, sometimes, sacrificial act. Join us today as we share the benefits of being kind.
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Over the past 30 years the Make-A-Wish Foundation® has granted nearly 300,000 wishes worldwide to children battling life-threatening illnesses, shedding light on worlds darkened by disease, and bringing hope to children and their families.
Rachelle Sparks' new book Once Upon A Wish shines a light on the tremendous good the Foundation has done in helping kids like little Katelyn and wheelchair-bound Garrett.
This book is a source of hope and the idea that wishes do come true.
Background on Rachelle:
Rachelle Sparks was an award-winning journalist for a daily newspaper in Prescott, Arizona, where she wrote stories about the unforgettable “wish” families who became her inspiration for writing Once Upon A Wish. While venturing around the country to interview and capture the stories of the families featured in this book, she worked as a freelance writer for numerous publications, including Arizona Highways Magazine and the Phoenix and San Francisco editions of 944 Magazine. She lives with her husband, Bobby, and their two sons, Andrew and Evan, in San Diego. This is her first book.
Intervyu s professionalnym tselitelem Irinoy Bondar - Bolezn kak signal ob iskazhenii soznaniya - "Igra" v rak - Sindrom "krasnykh shtanov" Peredachu vedut Lucia Dashkevich i Svetlana Shafir.
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DERRICK c. BROWN is one of America’s most beloved and well travelled performing page poets. He is a former paratrooper for the 82nd airborne and is the president of one of what Forbes and Filter Magazine call “…one of the best independent presses in the country”, Write Bloody Publishing. He is the author of four books of poetry. The New York Times calls his work, “…a rekindling of faith in the weird, hilarious, shocking, beautiful power of words.”
There are those that believe music has become too accessible, and is therefore a perfect storm for artistic mediocrity. There are even ramblings music has become "dumbed down." In the music sphere, there is unequivocal evidence we are increasingly moving away from "real music." Echoing elements of Jazz, Soul, and Gospel music, Temika Moore is a well-blended musical cocktail for those thirsty for "real music." With a fresh approach, she is unapologetic in the use of various sounds and styles providing for a soulfully original experience.
Born and raised in the rich musical legacy of Philadelphia, Temika attended the Philadelphia High School for Creative & Performing arts where she choraled the halls with fellow industry mates Boyz II Men, Amel Larrieux, Christian McBride, Lizz Fields, Mark Nelson, Joey DeFrancesco, Amhir "?uestlove" Thompson, Tariq "Black Thought" Trotter, Karen Slack and Tamika Patton. Shortly after graduating from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore where she received the first Ella Fitzgerald music scholarship award, Temika further developed her sound performing at numerous venues in the Washington, DC area and abroad.
Temika Moore is regarded by many as a vocal virtuoso sharing the title with powerhouses Rachelle Ferrell, Ledisi, Maysa, Lizz Wright, Carol Riddick and Lalah Hathaway. Considered under-the-radar of mainstream celebrity culture, those that have discovered Temika’s body of work consider themselves to be among an exclusive group of music aficionados. She has shared the stage with Will Downing, Roy Ayers, Marcus Johnson and the late Stanley Turrentine. She has also opened for Chanté Moore, Eric Benet, Kindred the Family Soul, KEM, Ledisi, Dwele, Conya Doss, Cassandra Wilson, Najee, Pieces of a Dream, Melba Moore and Jean Carne. If any of these illuminated artists are one of your desert island picks, make room for Temika Moore.
Last week, we discussed on Every Single Man's Struggle, this week we are taking the female version of the radio show Every Single Woman's Struggle.
Our Guest to tackle this very important topic is Rachelle Miller, JD. Rachelle Miller is an experienced Family Attorney, Minister, and Relationship Coach. Rachelle is passionate about families and educating others about relationships.
Rachelle's passion for healthy relationships was birthed out of disappointment from her own broken marriage in her 20's. After her marriage was annulled because of adultery, Rachelle became committed to equipping singles for marriage, and to helping married couples thrive. She wanted to spare others her experience. She began healing and learning....and never stopped.
Rachelle holds degrees in Law and Journalism; and has studied marital, pastoral, and women’s counseling at Liberty University seminary. Rachelle is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and her background in relationship education also includes training from the Relationship Coaching Institute. She is now based in Atlanta, Georgia.
Cati Porter is a poet, editor, mother, and community arts facilitator. She is the author of Seven Floors Up as well as several chapbooks, including, The Way Things Move The Dark, published in 2013 by Dancing Girl Press. Her work has been anthologized in White Ink: Poems on Mothers & Motherhood, Letters to the World, the Bedside Guide to No Tell Motel - Second Floor, and Women Write Resistance: Poets Resist Gender Violence. In 2005, she founded the online journal Poemeleon: A Journal of Poetry.