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Smartbrief Education presents SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER TRAINING ONLINE AT UNIVERSITY OF ST. THOMAS (MN) . UST's Jo Montie, Director of Special Ed Online Programsand Professor Dr. Lynn Stansberry-Bresnahan on how UST's online program can help prepare teachers for facilitating meaningful inclusion.
www.ustspecialeducation.com www.smartbrief.com @sbeducation
Jim Candytree debuted his first Solo EP - Candygram on 11/11/2014 - Candytree's interview is on here - The Thomas Loop Radio Show Podcast on WJJL 1440AM (Niagara Falls/Buffalo, NY)
Check out Candygram on itunes, Google Play, Spotify, Bandcamp
Jim Candytree's Music page on facebook can be found at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jim-Candytree
Also on twitter at http://twitter.com/JimCandytree
Three tracks from CandyGram were played here - also - three more from the band in which Jim Candytree is a memeber of - Whiskey Reverb (CD - Nathan Bates Rejects The Illuminati)
Whiskey Reverb's info is at www.whiskeyreverb.com
"Living Under The Influence" with guest speaker, Minister Vincent Thomas.
"Alcohol is a cheap substitute for who the Holy Spirit is in the life of the believer."
LanceScurv goes in on the recent Electric Daisy Carnival that was held in Orlando Florida because of the underlying issues that this event revealed that many who live in Central Florida refuse to acknowledge.
For those who do not live in Orlando and visit as a tourist, there is a fierce takeover of many Black neighborhoods here by corporate interests that are backed by the local government who are both driven by greed and other self serving motivations.
Most who live here and abroad who occupy these key positions in government, law enforcement and media know exactly what is going on and work together seamlessly to orchestrate the obvious gentrification that has eaten away at these traditionally Black neighborhoods like a cancer.
The Black communities such as the Callahan, Parramore, Washington Shores and Orange Center areas as well as the eventual covert and well planned takeover of the Richmond Heights/Carver Shores neighborhoods have forces at play that are very aggressive yet thrive under the radar of those who do not have any contact in these areas.
Because of the media and how they slant their coverage of the aforementioned areas, the general consensus of those who don't live there is that it's a drug infested, downtrodden, crime ridden burden to society and a blight on the beautiful face that Orlando shows to the world who arrive here in record numbers to eagerly enjoy a wonderful vacation in the manufactured engineered paradise that we all know Orlando to be.
The Black residents who live in these neighborhoods are regularly demonized by the media making it a bit easier to not hear their cries of harassment when the police do just that in blatant fashion.
The Blacks who live there in the minds of those who are bloodthirsty for that precious real estate that lies underfoot must be banished from there by any means necessary so that they can move on with the business at hand.
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Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz discusses subjects with authors and artists on The Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
If you haven't read The Case Files of Dr. Matilda Schmidt, Paranormal Psychologist..you will laugh with delight. The author of the series of books joins me as guest. Cynthia St Aubin
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Thomas M. Malafarina (www.ThomasMMalafarina.com) is an author of horror fiction from Berks County, PA. He's published 5 horror novels: Ninety-Nine Souls, Burn Phone, Eye Contact, Fallen Stones and Dead Kill – Book 1 – The Ridge of Death, as well as 5 collections of horror short stories; Thirteen Nasty Endings, Gallery Of Horror, Malafarina Maleficarum Vol. 1, Malafarina Maleficarum Vol. 2, Ghost Shadows, Undead Living. Soon he will release a short story collection called Malformed Realities Vol. 1. He has also published a book of often strange single panel cartoons called "Yes I Smelled It Too; Cartoons For The Slightly Off Center". All of his books have been published through Sunbury Press.(www.Sunburypress.com). Many of Thomas's works have appeared in dozens of short story Anthologies and e-magazines.
Mark Stokes' music is a cross between Rock, Jazz, Folk, Blues, Metal with some Pop thrown in for fun! The Dahlonega, GA native credits his unique sound from music legends ranging from Bach, Radiohead, Ed Sheeran, and even Tool. The multi-talented 22-year-old's eclectic taste in music also shows itself in the instruments he plays: the piano, guitar, bass, and cajon - he is literally a one man band! Put on your seatbelt and get ready for a joy ride, Mark Stokes is the new artist to keep your eye on in 2014 and beyond. He really wants people to know that he is tackling this as a career and he is interested in traveling any location for you to hear his music live. Visit his website: www.MarkStokesOfficial.com and you can follow him on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook!
Be a Genie: Creating Love, Success and Happiness with Maureen St. Germain
What is it magical ingredient that turns an everyday person into a genie? What if, every thought could occur as quickly as you desire it? In Arabian stories, the Genie is a magic spirit that lives in a bottle who has powers to grant your wishes. Some stories call it a Gin. According to Maureen St. Germain, we all have far more power than we think, and we’re all capable of achieving the freedom to live the life we want to live. If you think this sounds like a fairy story – think again! In this episode Maureen St. Germain is going to share the secrets from her book BE A GENIE: CREATING LOVE, SUCCESS AND HAPPINESS, and show you how you can manifest your spiritual AND your material goals – just as she did.
Listen to the show on the Awakening Zone Network here:
St. Columbanis of Bobbio
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Columbanis - Columbanus of Bobbio The founder of several European monasteries, St. Columbanus was born c. 543 in Leinster, Ireland, and was educated at Bangor. Late in life (c. 590), he left Ireland to establish, at the invitation of King Childebert of Burgandy, a monastery at Annegray. He founded monasteries at Luxovium (Luxeuil) and at Fountaines as well. In 603, a synod accused him of keeping Easter by the Celtic date, although the real charge seems to have been criticizing the lax morals of the Burgundian court. Columbanus appealed to Gregory the Great, but nothing is known of the outcome of this act. Seven years later, Columbanus left Burgandy to preach to the Allemani of Switzerland; when Burgandy captured Switzerland, he fled to northern Italy, where he established a monastery at Bobbio in 613. His monasteries were known for the strictness of their rules (which the Benedictines later ameliorated) and their emphasis on corporal punishment. In addition to his rule for monks, Columbanus wrote a peneteniary and poems.
Tonight’s show is a roundtable discussion with two very special guests and friends – Cara St. Louis and Pamela Tartar.
Cara is the editor of the online magazine Vortex: Conscious and Courageous. She is also the author of the fabulous book The Sun Thief which is available at Amazon.com.
Pamela is the host of her popular internet radio shows which are broadcast on Pure Momentum Network which is owned an operated by Pamela and her husband David.
Tonight’s show is two hours of wide ranging discussion. We start our conversation talking about the plague of political correctness and then moving into human consciousness, the effects of engineered global chaos, the need for critical mass to turn things around, how voices within the alternative movement are succumbing to celebrity, how Zionism is being exposed, the militarized response in Ferguson and finishing with our final thoughts on getting humanity to awaken.
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A multi-talented entrepreneur, April Thomas is the author of a book series called "Endurance", published in 2009. With her incredible inspiration and creativity, she still manages to explore her natural gift of designing her own line of Embellish jewelry, costume drawing/sewing, and a passion for photography. April Thomas knows how to tap into a woman's essence of beauty and imagination while having time to serve as an advocate in the Native American culture, community, and children.
Her newest endeavor, a magazine, Independent Artists Magazine, is now accepting submissions from all children's book authors, books on parental advice, and articles on anything that has to do with encouraging our children to read etc... Send all submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org