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The best way to experience a city is through the eyes of a local. We'll travel to New Orleans and walk along Paris’s rue des Martyrs with the people who know them best.
Democratic consultant James Carville says that New Orleans is defined by its culture and way of life and that distinguishes the city from other places. We'll talk to him to learn what he means by this.
The beheading of Saint Denis, now the patron saint of France, was one of many events that occurred on the rue des Martyrs in Paris. Accoring to author and New York Times writer, Elaine Sciolino, the rue des Martyrs was a cultural enclave where Degas and Renoir painted, Puccini replicated in his La Boheme opera and Edith Piaf would sing for a few francs. Yet, this charming half-mile long street that is steeped in history has been overlooked in Paris guidebooks. We will walk along the rue des Martyrs and flip through the pages of Elaine Sciolino’s new book: “The Only Street in Paris”.
We will cross the political aisle and state lines with Republican consultant Mary Matalin to talk about life in New Orleans and why she and her democratic consultant husband, James Carville, decided to leave the Washington beltway for the big easy.
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Join EFT and coaching experts Drs. Phillip and Jane Mountrose with special guests each week to bring more success and prosperity into your life!
This week, the Mountroses will speak with EFT Master Practitioner Rue Hass, who will present a special tip to help you to Tap into the “Heart and Soul of Success” with EFT.
RUE HASS specializes in offering profoundly light-hearted strategies for unsticking stuck stuff. She walks with clients through their emotional landscapes, together exploring ways to unfold the blessings and expand the possibilities that are hidden in the bumps on the path. This collaborative approach creates an experience of opening to the joy, making new meaning, and mapping new territory, while also adding positive energy to the world.
We can all benefit from new insights into success and you won't want to miss this potentially life-changing tip from a leading expert in the field. On the call, Rue may also share her expertise to help you to clear obstacles with EFT.
Also learn more about Phillip and Jane Mountrose at http://www.gettingthru.org.
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/
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Tired of being a good person, good n stuck? Ever felt 'tied down' or 'stuck in quicksand' or 'on thin ice'? Metaphors contain insightful information for healing. Metaphor is the way the subconscious serves up answers to un-stick the stickiest stuff.
Rue Hass has a new program of techniques called Bright Spirit/Bloacked Path, and in it she happily cultivates this spirit that leads us out from our stuck-ness. This spirit is not from on high, but in us, our very own wisdom. But how to access that?
Join us for another great evening of learning with Rue Hass.
Your host, Jondi Whitis, is a founder of TapFest, and happy to have your comments. Jondi@Tapfest.com She is a practicing EFT trainer in NYC, specializing in integrating EFT into your life for wellbeing, health and happiness.
BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes welcomes disco music legend D.C. LaRue, who is celebrating the 40th Anniversary of his disco classic "Cathedrals." D.C. will be performing on New Year's Eve at The Very Last Ultimate Disco New Year's Eve at The Eldorado at 1216 Surf Avenue in Coney Island.
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Over the years, Prayer hass been a popular topic throughout Christendom. It has taken on a life of its own and yet there are so many unanswered prayers. This week, join Dr. Sean Gallman and I, as we take the limits off and reveal the application of prayer through the word of God. The Rose of Sharon Show is completely dedicated to Ephesians 4:15 where we speak the truth in love. We provide the knowledge that generates understanding and awareness for growing and leading life 'as He (Jesus) is in this world" IAW 1 John 4:17.
Gordon Tredgold was written up by Inc. as the #1 leadership expert. Gordon will discuss part of the FAST method that he wrote about in his book FAST: 4 Principles Every Business Needs to Achieve Success and Drive Results.
Gordon has a fresh approach to his book and not a cookie cutter approach that you've read in numerous books.
Listen to our motivating interview and learn how to win FAST!
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Michaela Haas, PhD, is the owner of HAAS live! An international coaching company for media, mindfulness and communication training.
In America , her articles have appeared in the Washington Post, the Huffington Post, CBS, Psychology Today, Psych Central and numerous online media. She has taught at the University of California Santa Barbara, the University of the West, and other study centers in America and Europe.
Michaela is the author of the new best-seller Bouncing Forward, which contains deeply personal interviews and accessible tools for discovering the uplifting new science of posttraumatic growth: A cutting-edge look at how we find healing and new resilience after a setback with post traumatic growth.
In Bouncing Forward, Dr. Haas weaves engaging stories of modern survival with uplifting and often surprising takeaways. Readers are given tools for not only surviving life’s inevitable tough times, but consciously thriving because of them.
—Gay Hendricks, PhD, author of The Big Leap and Conscious Loving
Connect with Deb at http://www.DebScott.com
Lyle Blackburn is an author, musician, and cryptid researcher from Texas. His investigative cryptozoology books, The Beast of Boggy Creek and Lizard Man, reflect his life-long fascination with legends and sighting reports of real-life 'monsters.' During his research, Lyle has often explored the remote reaches of the southern U.S. in search of shadowy creatures said to inhabit the dense backwoods and swamplands of these areas.
Lyle is also a staff writer for the monthly horror magazine, Rue Morgue, and founder of the rock band Ghoultown.
Lyle has been heard on numerous radio programs including Coast To Coast AM, and has appeared on various television shows airing on Discovery, Animal Planet, Destination America, A&E, HGTV, and CBS.
Most recently, Lyle served as a consulting producer and special episode host for the tv show Monsters and Mysteries in America.
Questions? Comments? Connect with show hosts: Teal Gray & Tui Snider. Be sure to follow @TGWWradio on Twitter!
Joe (McMaster) Rue I was an EMTat seventeen through the Explorers program. My EMT number is 1165- 1A-D. I joined the National Guard as a Combat Engineer in 86.Advanced Demolition training, I came home and worked as an EMT on the 1987 fires on the Klamath River. In 1988 I went into the regular Army and volunteered for Airborne School Trained with the 2/159th Infantry and re-classified as Infantry. I went to college and earned a degree in world History. I was also a Level III Police Reserve while in college During this time I worked security for Billy Graham and the Shoreline Amphitheater in the Bay area.As soon as we got our logging outfit going, Al Gore / Clinton put a stop to logging in the north-west. The Timber Industry was turned into the Fire Industry. I continued to work with the Fire Department and Rescue 15. I volunteered with the Sheriffs Search & Rescue as well. I went back to timber falling and worked for the state. I was deployed to a place called Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah on Operation Nobel Eagle for a year. Then I was deployed on Operation Iraqi Freedom. I worked with a team of Infantry NCO's. We were a unique team of ten Infantry, two Combat engineers and one cavalry Scout. Several former instructors, Rangers, Special Forces and very cross trained.
Robert B. BERGERON I joined the Army 1987 original was going to be a tanker 19kilo.Did my OSUT at Ft. Knox Ky. After coming out of ait, the army had no where to send me, as we we're pulling troops back from Germany. So ended up going 11Bravo infantry. Jump achool, the followed behind my friends went to Ranger school Deployed Panama in 89 with 2nd Batt. Desert Shield/Storm in 91. Back to Iraq 03, 05,06,08. Left active service for private contracting for awhile.Then back in the ARNG for awhile. Always enlisted, then my Colonel convinced me I'd make a decent officer, so off to OCS. Figured I'd try the dark side lol.Then finally retired April 2014. Pics to follow.
Actor Hill Harper, currently starring in the new hit television drama, Limitless, is well-known for his acting but did you know he is also quite the scholar? Hill joins us to discuss a new program offered by the National Honor Society to help high school students who are college-bound.
Actress Sara Rue, best known for her roles on The Big Bang Theory, Less Than Perfect, Malibu Country and Popular, knows firsthand the ups and downs of dropping pounds. She’s teamed up with the new Resolve Now: Stay Ahead of the Curve campaign to encourage obese or overweight women who are struggling with their weight to get a jump start on the temptations associated with the holiday season, and resolve now to stay ahead of the curve by talking with their doctor about beginning or continuing their journey to lose weight.
Actress Maria Canals Barrera joins us to share how to take great photos of your family & use them for holiday gifts. In addition to playing Selena Gomez’ mom in Disney’s Wizards of Waverly Place, and starring on ABC’s Cristela, Maria is also a mom to two girls. Like many others, Maria LOVES to take pictures of her family and to use photos to create personalized gifts and decorations.
NFL player turned NASA Astronaut, Leland Melvin, joins us from the 4-H National Youth Science Day to share how kids can become more involved in science and technology.
Style expert and "The Real" co-host, Jeannie Mai, shares a new lifestyle site created for women living with relapsing multiple sclerosis.
We're also discussing fun Fall travel tips; the importance of paying attention to over-the-counter medication labels; how to maximize your health savings; and breast reconstruction surgery for breast cancer survivors.
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TappingStar welcomes wonderful Rue Hass for an insightful conversation about Sensitives. Are you one? Do you work with children who are shy, easily cowed or seem to disappear? Gain masterful and thought-provoking insights on how to better understand and help those with this tender temperament. Rue's lovely discussion about helping to instill in children their beauty as "deeper capacity humans" is a marvel you won't forget.
If you've heard Rue before, you know how she skillfully leads us to a place where we learn to see ourselves in new and deeper levels. If you resonate with the Sensitive Type description, you'll find that healing our own emotional bruising is not only possible, but also keeps us "out of the way" as we help others.
How do we avoid being labeled by labels? How can we relate to Sensitives in ways that support and permit them to open up to all you have to offer them?
There's that and more for classroom, home and institutional use in our show. Don't miss out on this opportunity to send your questions to Rue Hass, using our EFT Radio Facebook page.
TappingStar founders Jondi Whitis and Sue Tarlton are pleased to take your questions or work with you and your group. Write to us! We'd be delighted to help you.
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