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KML Design Solutions was created by Kelley Lopez at a point in her life when it was time to do some serious soul searching about how she wanted to contribute to the world. She’d spent her 20’s & 30’s raising a son and working to help build someone else’s business. While she felt lucky to be a key player in building a successful business and found the work very rewarding, it wasn’t her calling. After having renovated several investment homes and doing some interior design work for friends as a favor, it was clear that interior design is a something that Kelley has a passion for and comes naturally. Cut to 2010 and her son is now grown and doing well and Kelley has found herself in need of starting something new. She got her education from Interior Design Institute in Newport Beach and is a member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. She has enjoyed helping her clients’ realize their dreams of having a beautifully designed space. Her mission is to improve the lives of people by helping create beautiful, functional and comfortable spaces in the most cost effective manner while making the design process fun.
Kelley is also a professional singer. Something she’s been doing since childhood when her Mother taught her and her sisters how to harmonize. Her singing career has happened organically. She was offered a job to sing background with a large group for New Year’s Eve in 2004 and she’s been working ever since. She has a single on iTunes called “Where Does The Love Go” under the name Kelley Marie.
Kelley’s dream is to start a non-profit that donates furniture and housewares, and teaches life skills to people transitioning from halfway houses and battered women’s shelters.
This week, Gene & Russell will be joined by the Executive Director of the Hispanic Leadership Fund, Mario H. Lopez to discuss recent policy conclusions that indicate skilled immigrants can stimulate economic growth for our nation.
The Institute for Policy Innovation has just released a report that concludes that that wages rise fastest in U.S. cities with the greatest influx of highly skilled immigrants. Findings indicate that U.S. cities with the greatest increase of immigrants specializing in the STEM professions (science, technology, engineering and math) between 1990 and 2010 saw an increase in wages for college-educated, native-born Americans by 7 percentage points, and 3 percentage points for the non-college-educated population.In other words, skilled immigrants are good for the economy AND for your pocketbook.
Plus, we'll recap the week that was in NY Politics, including the Smith / Halloran Corruption Trial!
PWR SLAM! returns this week, & we're not going to hold back.
First up, the Roundtable. We go over the week that was in wrestling. From ROH's first PPV, Bully Ray confessions, Divas weddings, & much much more. We'll cover as much as we can.
Up next, we bring to you Keny & his daughter Santana Garrett.
They will be on to discuss the "Stroke Ain't No Joke" event Sat. July 12th in Glen Carbon IL. The event is sponsored in part by Dynamo Pro wrestling.
In April, "TnT Keny G suffered a stroke and was hospitalized. With quick medical attention and a short hospital stay, he was able to make a recovery and he stepped to the forefront to use wrestling to raise awareness and money for stroke victims. Already signed to appear his Keny G's own daughter Santana who wrestles for TNA Impact as Brittany.
We unleash "The Quintessential Studmuffin" JOEL GERTNER!
We'll go over everything from Joey Jaguar, Studley Dudley, ECW, TNA, & his new undertakings. If you are unfamiliar with Joel, brace yourselves for a night of laughs.
ALL calls are welcome but subject to screening & time restraints.
The show is LIVE from 9-11 eastern & WILL feature a 30 minute after-party.
***IN ORDER TO CONTINUE LISTENING LIVE AFTER 11, you MUST be CALLED IN to our listener lines. Otherwise the show in its entirety will be in archives on 6/26***
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FUNKS VS JYD AND TITO SANTANA WWF WRESTLEMANIA II 4/7/86
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CACTUS JACK VS EDDIE GILBERT TWA 8/3/91
SHINYA HASHIMOTO VS GENICHIRO TENRYU NEW JAPAN 8/1/98
Join Brett & Jon Rappaport on The Final Say each Monday to Friday from 3 to 4 PM EST, as we discuss and analyze current news, politics, policy, issues, and world events.
Clare Lopez from the Center for Security Policy joins us to discuss Bergdahl and the Hagel Hearing
Amber Lopez is a survivor of child abuse, human trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence and has struggled with numerous mental illnesses such as PTS and severe depression. Ambers last "normal" childhood memory was dancing with a dance production company called "Starshine Stage Players". Shortly before her 12th birthday, her dreams of becoming a professional ballet dancer abruptly ended and her life was tragically changed forever. She was abducted, drugged and traded to a man who was epitome of evil. She was held in captivity as a sex slave for 30 days and in that time she was raped & abused repeatedly, beat with the butt of a gun and forced to watch one of the four other children, who was also captive, be sexually abused as well. As a result of a lifetime of addictions, four years ago she was told that she only had 2 years to live from a diagnosis of severe chronic pancreatitis and liver damage but by the grace of God 3 months later there were no signs of damage. Currently Amber is writing her first book and is an active member of “Made for Them” and “Breaking the Chains” which are local anti-human trafficking organizations/ministries. She is also a mother of 5 boys and plans to continue her education majoring in Journalism.
Host Cyrus Webb begins his 6th year on Blogtalkradio by welcoming author Jenny Cutler Lopez to Conversations LIVE to discuss what led to the writing of WHO I AM: American Scar Stories and what she hopes readers take away from it.
As requested by @MidguidedDesire, our listener/caller Kirsten, we had a Naya Rivera/Santana Lopez tribute show! The songs you heard at the top of the show were a montage of three songs Naya sang on Glee: "Songbird," "Rumor Has It/Someone Like You," and "So Emotional." I picked these via tweets I recieved on favorite Naya songs from Glee.
Note: We got cut off right at the end.
Topic : Is an Islamic Caliphate rising up this week in Iraq? Rick talks with Retired U.S. General Paul Vallely and retired CIA special operations officer Clare Lopez. Later in the program, Brandon Smith talks with Rick about the mysterious U.S. Treasury bond transactions in Belgium. One hour of uncensored news!
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THE GETTYSBURG GHOST GALS CHAT WITH JOHN ZAFFIS ANDREA PERONN, AND GEORGE LOPEZ ABOUT THE PHENOMACON CONVENTION IN GETTYSBURG, PA ARIL 201
JOIN THE GETTYSBURG GHOST GALS AS THEY INTERVIEW THEIR FRIENDS WHOM WILL BE LECTURING AT OCEAN STATE PARACON IN JULY 2014. KEN DECOSTA FOUNDER, ANDREA PERONN, GEORGE LOPEZ, AND KEITH AND CARL JOHNSON
I've been shouting the lovely Cara Lopez Lee out on Twitter as a #winsomewriter for ages before I (finally) decided the time had come to invite this wonderful author of They Only Eat Their Husbands on the Lowdown! I can't wait to chat with her about her ghostwriting, editing, and journalistic adventures, too!
Cara Lopez Lee is the author of the memoir "They Only Eat Their Husbands" and coauthor of the novel "Back in the Real World." Cara has written, edited, or ghostwritten more than a dozen books. She coaches writers of all ages and abilities, and leads youth workshops for Denver's Lighthouse Writers Workshop. Her stories have appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Denver Post, Santa Fe New Mexican, Connotation Press, and Wazee Journal. She was a TV journalist in Alaska and North Carolina, and a writer/producer for HGTV, Food Network, and Discovery Health. Cara and her husband live in Denver.
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