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Highlighting Music from the The Gospel Legend Pastor Andre' Crouch and one of Detroit's ChoirMasters, Pastor Oscar Hayes.....and the artists that they influenced
Richard Rossi and his film "Baseball's Last Hero: 21 Clemente Stories" have become the subject of worldwide press and controversy in the last 24 hours since news broke internationally of Papal support for his Clemente film and efforts to have the baseball great recognized as a saint. In his first full-length addressing of questions since the story broke worldwide, Mr. Rossi answers questions, clarifies the truth, and refutes the tabloid rumors.
Today, Betty (Tammy Pooler) and Bucky (Tom Hayes) host another episode of Beantown Pals, the Adventures of Bucky and Betty. Today we get to replay a broadcast of Betty's late nigh show where she interviews Chicken Little. There will be great music and updates about the 'goings on' in Beantown.
'The Drunkard's Walk' by Leonard Miodinow is a work that examines the role of randomness in our lives. Miodnow lays down the thesis that there is more to achieving desired outcomes than ability, talent, hard work, etc. The radomness and inexplicable visissitudes of life bear a considerable role on whether outcomes will be achieved successfully or not. 'Revolution' by Russell Brand is noteworthy work by the comedian/actor/revolutionary. He delineates the existence of the divine in every facet of life and is a proponent of world-wide change to bring individuals closer to harmony/equitable distribution of wealth and happiness. Tune in as we discuss the pros and cons of each authors tenets.
Who is Richard Marcus?
Richard Marcus is the world's most recognized authority on casino cheating and advantage-play, including scams engineered by casino employees. He now offers detailed training and seminars to entire casino staffs, including dealers, floor personnel and surveillance. He is the only person alive who has been both a casino dealer and floorman as well as a world class casino cheat. These experiences give him the unique ability to teach casino staffs HANDS-ON how to protect against cheaters and advantage-play teams. No one else can teach you how professional casino teams communicate, move around in your casino and perform the moves and high-tech scams that get the money off the tables.
His engaging and authoritative insights have been featured at The World Game Protection Conference as well as many international TV segments about casino surveillance and the armies of cheaters who battle against it. No other expert possesses the authority of a successful professional with years of experience from both sides of the tables.
Rev Temple Hayes reveals all. When did you die? When someone told you that you weren’t good enough? When you buried who you really are for fear that others would disapprove? Or when you gave up your creative dreams to take a “practical” job? Are you in a relationship which
does not ‘relate’ to you?
You may not have realized you were dying, but you have been dying a little more each day. And that’s the miracle of Temple Hayes’ remarkable new book When Did You Die? 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up (HCI Books). It empowers you to wake up and take back your life!
Hayes is today one of the most respected and authentically inspiring leaders in spiritual enrichment and a sought-after speaker. A Unity minister in St. Petersburg Fl., with a global following, and an extremely popular radio show, Hayes knows firsthand what it is to die to your true self and your dreams.
Richard Roundtree is a gifted actor and model who discovered the challenge of success which goes beyond the glitz and glitter. He's quoted once as saying..."It's a funny thing with success. When you don't have it, and you want it, you knock yourself out trying to get it. Then, if you're lucky enough to get some, you have to figure out a way to live with it." Roundtree was a model, touring the country with the Ebony Fashion Fair, when he decided he wanted to be an actor. That was in 1967; He remembers. "In 1971, I made a major film. Four years...that's not too much suffering." The movie was "Shaft" (1971) and Roundtree played the first black private eye. He did all the things private eyes do - shot and got shot at, joked with the cops, fought with the mob, took a shower with the girl. The movie was one of the year's top grossers, and so were its sequels, "Shaft's Big Score" and "Shaft Goes to Africa."
Bucky (Tom Hayes) and Betty (Tammy Pooler) host today's show. Bucky and Betty discuss their New Year's resolutions and also their upcoming Valentine's Day plans. Bucky reminds Betty about the day that he crashed his spoonracer, Victor, and Betty drove him to the hospital. It was quite a day. Listen to kindie hits like Alligator in the Elevator and more...
in Self Help
“When Did You Die?” is a bestseller in the making that propels Temple Hayes into the media spotlight as the global spiritual leader she truly is. She has been called the “the catalyst of total transformation.”
Temple’s newest book takes you by the hand, chapter-by-chapter and step-by-step … you’ll learn it’s how you connect with those subtle moments that will leave you either disconnected and drained or energized and impassioned. You are totally supported throughout her book to discover practical ways to actually go through fear and not let it stop you. You’ll feel how restoring your soul re-energizes you and expands your heart with a different heart beat.
Temple Hayes is an internationally recognized spiritual leader at Unity Campus. St. Petersburg, Florida.
Temple is a prophet and a mystic for our time.
She hosts the popular radio show, “The International Spirit.”
She is also the author of two other books, “How to Speak Unity” and “The Right to Be You.”