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Sure, soul food’s da bomb, but without the meat? Yes, says Afya Ibomu. “I buy coconut ice cream sometimes. I also buy chips sometimes—the blue corn chips,” the author of The Vegan Soulfood Guide to the Galaxy tells The Popular Vegan Radio Show host Carter Brown. “And sometimes, like in the summer, when it’s all about barbeques and picnics, I find myself eating more chips. That’s why I do a seasonal cleanse. If you’ve never cleansed before, you can start by eating just a little raw and a little steamed foods, but no processed foods, no meats. Mostly fruits and veggies.”
Liz Howard joins GD on "A Touch of Grace" to discuss Soul Food Seminars and her life enlightening souls on Saturday 3/22/2014 at 1:30PM, pst. Click the link,or: ON DAY OF SHOW ONLY: Call in to speak with the host (347) 215-7169.
The success of Soulfood Seminars bears a name: Elizabeth Howard. Her success is based on years of training, in addition to more than 30 years of experience on stage.
Born in Denver (Colorado) and raised in New Orleans, USA, the successful voice coach began her career as a mezzo-soprano, in 1987, under the direction of George Byrd and Elaine Baker.
For over 12 years, Ms. Howard has led a successful voice coaching studio based in Munich and has been delighting her audiences as a keynote speaker throughout Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
Since 2010, Ms. Howard has held a position as lecture at the University of Economics and Environment in Nürtingen / Geislingen. In addition to a multitude of individual coaching programmes for presenters, such as Harry Weber, and acting greats, such as Veronica Ferres, her enthusiastic coaching participants include many well-known companies
Profile in brief:
2011-present Women’s Speakers Foundation, Member
2010-present University of Economics and Environment in Nürtingen / Geislingen, Lecturer of Rhetoric
2007-2011 German Speaker’s Association, Member
2003 Soulfood Seminars, Founder
2000-present Vocal and Motivation Coach
1987-1997 Studied Mezzo-Soprano
1977-1995 Hospitality Industry , various management positions
Why is Soulfood called "SOULFOOD" and not "XYZ Voice Training?
Soulfood is a unique experience
Koereyelle Dubose - Creator. Educator. Entrepreneur 6:15pm
Koereyelle made her her mark in 2011 when she founded The Single Wives Club, an education and empowerment organization for single women whose mission is to prepare women to become wives, nurture femininity and protect family. She started the group with her girlfriends out of personal need and has been blessed to touch so many lives since. Through mentoring with happy wives and group sessions with life and relationship coaches, single ladies are given skills and strategies to become better women before becoming wives. The innovative organization hosts a number of events throughout the city of Atlanta including workshops, social experiences and community service projects
Shirley Murdock - Actress, Singer, Song Writer 7:15pm
Seasoned singer/songwriter/actor Shirley Murdock, has been on an amazing journey.
In the early `80s, she aimed for a gospel career before the late great Roger Troutman,
funk bandleader for the group Zapp discovered her and landed Murdock a record deal
with Elektra Records where she recorded her ?rst certi?ed gold cd, as well as several
Top 10 R&B hits such like As We Lay, Go On Without You, Husband and In Your Eyes.!
Meeting Bishop T.D. Jakes in the late ‘90s, led not only to features on his #1 CD,
Sacred Love Songs, Woman Thou Art Loosed Worship 2002, The Potter’s House: The
Storm Is Over, but the realization of her life long dream to sing gospel. He signed her to his Dexterity Sounds /EMI Recording Label and her debut gospel cd, entitled Home,
was nominated for a Stellar Award. The following project, Soulfood (Tyscot Records)
received both Stellar & Dove Award nominations. "
New Orleans is one of the most unique & culturally rich city's in the country.
Your Host Havilah Malone will take you on a fascinating journey through the food, music, festivals & fun found Only In New Orleans!
with Special Guests:
Laura Martone, Travel Writer & Festival Co-Director www.BigEasyInternationalFilmandMusicFestival.com
Mark Roming, President & CEO, New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation
Amy Kirk Duvoisin, Marketing Director, The French Market
Also in this show:
Panel Discussion & Poll of the Week: What's your favorite thing to do in New Orleans? Why?
21 To Win Challenge 'Check In'
Ultimate Vitality Tips with Dr. King
ILoveSoulFood.com Festival and more!?
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