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April has been called "a gatekeeper to the other side whose top priority is to serve" by New York Times bestselling author, Melody Beattie. She's been featured on CBS Radio, BIO Channel, A&E, MelodyBeattie.net and The Best People We Know Radio.
April is a spiritual safe place who has presented lectures, seminars, workshops and classes throughout North America and helps adults and children dealing with substance abuse.
On her Blogtalk Radio Network, Spirit Posse and CBS NewSky Radio, The Movement Within Radio, April has taught her listeners (a.k.a. her Spirit Posse and Love Ninjas) how to move from fear to love and live happier lives.
April is a valued writer, lecturer and Intuitive Counselor. She currently works with individuals, families and groups worldwide. Her primary focus is to reflect the brilliance that she sees in you - a brilliance that is unique, intact and pure. No one is broken.
April's books have been nationally recognized. Kaylee Murphy, LICSW, read her children's book Goodnight Just The Same and said, "this is a delightful bedtime story that celebrates the unique constellations that make up every family situation."
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R.E. Ninjas is radio's only Realtor to Realtor talk show. The public is welcome to come listen as the real estate industry's top producers and marketers talk about professional procedures, new listings, luxury properties worldwide and even cutting edge business models. Everyone is welcome to call, but please ask questions that relate only to real estate. Thanks!
Hip-Hop is in a whole new world now, even though the 80’s and 90’s are still met with fond recollections of a Golden Era long gone. The Hip-Hop heads of that era are now in their 30’s, 40’s and 50’s…or older. And these folks, by and large, are unhappy with the state of affairs in the rap game. We’ve seen this play out in a number of ways. We thought we’d run down a list of the primary things that annoy Older G’z about the present state of Hip-Hop.
1) “My Generation Is Doper Than The 90’s”
The main thing Old Heads take issue with the present day of Rap is that is ain’t like the good old days. Most forget that there was a plethora of garbage floating around the Hip-Hop universe at every turn. And, make no mistake…each era tends to like their own era. So, buck…don’t you ever think about saying Drake is better than Jay unless you want a real serious argument on your hands.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor and director Justin Timpane to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his journey in the industry and what it's been like to bring characters and stories to life. The two will also discuss NINJAS VS. ZOMBIES and what else he has in store for movie watchers.
Kin Jon Un's nerdy minons, threatened violence it eh movie The Interview was going to be released Christmas day. Sony pulled the plug on it faster than an Iraqi soldier running from ISIS.
The NFL has ruled that no team will be moving to Los Angeles next season. Once again, LA is the Rodney Dangerfield of American cities.
Instagram is so fake. Some women willl post a pic of their ass and tits, the next will be a quote from the Bible.
A CHP officer shot and killed a 17 year old young man who attacked him with a machete. Ninjas and samurais around the world, are now protesting the killing of the teen, saying he was only using he skills he recently learned from his X-box.
A former baseball first-round pick by the Angels, was shot and killed over candy. His dentist was pissed that he had so many cavities, so he gave him a body filling of lead.
New reality shows of either white people naked, or surviving in wagon trains. Next for white people, they go to England for their journey back to the new land.
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