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Is your child's speech unclear? Are other children his or her age speaking much more and better than he or she is? Is your child using gestures or pulling you rather than speaking? The Picto-Cues technique, using Drawings, Letter Names and Number Names gets kids producing speech sounds more clearly. But, best of all, kids love it! Practice is the only way to improve speech, so finding fun ways to get children
LEZ ZEPPELIN, the New York City-based all-girl band has gained worldwide critical acclaim for the musicianship, passion and gender-bending audacity they bring to the music of Led Zeppelin.Founded in 2004 by New York guitarist, Steph Paynes, the all-girl quartet, LEZ ZEPPELIN, has since gained unanimous critical acclaim as one of the most exciting live acts around, becoming the first female rock act to pay homage to Led Zeppelin and to garner rave reviews across the board. LEZ ZEPPELIN stays true to the musically audacious spirit of the original, delivering the legendary rock band's blistering arrangements and monstrous sound note-for-note at sold-out frenzied shows around the world. In June, 2013, Jimmy Page attended their show in London and said of the group, “They played the Led Zeppelin music with an extraordinary sensuality and an energy and passion that highlighted their superb musicianship.The thing that sets LEZ ZEPPELIN apart is the seamless and unique way they inject their gender-bending performance into the original material. They have been featured on major television including the BBC, CNN, ABC, CBS, MTV, VH-1, FOX and radio worldwide. The group’s first studio album was produced by legendary producer/engineer, Eddie Kramer (Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix). The group’s second LP, Lez Zeppelin I, is an authentic re-make of Led Zeppelin’s first album, using the very same vintage equipment employed by Led in 1968. Produced by Perry A. Margouleff (Paul Rogers) and William Wittman (Cyndi Lauper), the musicianship, attention to detail and passion in the playing takes LEZ ZEPPELIN’s homage to an entirely new and unprecedented level in this industry. Both records are distributed throughout the United States, Japan and Europe.
Sally is a journalist, chef, nutrition researcher, homemaker, and community activist. She is the author of Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats. This well-researched, thought-provoking guide to traditional foods contains a startling message: Animal fats and cholesterol are not villains but vital factors in the diet, necessary for normal growth, proper function of the brain and nervous system, protection from disease and optimum energy levels.
Ms. Fallon's lifelong interest in the subject of nutrition began in the early 1970s when she read Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A. Price. Called the "Charles Darwin of Nutrition," Price traveled the world over studying healthy primitive populations and their diets. The unforgettable photographs contained in his book document the beautiful facial structure and superb physiques of isolated groups consuming only whole, natural foods. Price noted that all of these diets contained a source of good quality animal fat, which provided numerous factors necessary for the full expression of our genetic potential and optimum health. Ms. Fallon applied the principles of the Price research to the feeding of her own children, and proved for herself that a diet rich in animal fats, and containing the protective factors in old fashioned foodstuffs like cod liver oil, liver and eggs, make for sturdy cheerful children with a high immunity to illness.
American Idol alum Lea Marie joins us for a full interview - she popped in last week for a few minutes to talk about her show at LA's venerable Whiskey A Gogo. We will play cuts from the new EP, Undercover Lover, including her new single, Take Me for a Ride". And if we are lucky, we can hear some of Lea Marie's soft, personal songs - just her and a piano. Eddie Grey, legendary guitarist and singer fresh from sold out shows joins us to play cuts from his new album Metamorphoses, released last month. With influences ranging from John Mayer and Jason Mraz to Crosby, Stills and Nash and Sting, his music and style defy any classification but superb. Music Friday is the weekly music and film program that interviews bands and musicians and film directors who make films about bands and musicians. And you choose the people we interview. Just go to musicfriday.nationbuilder.com and fill out the You Choose form and we will get the band you want.
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It is so important to look closely at what surrounds you. I like to do my own lawn service. It gives me exercise and I feel close to nature. I have found myself looking more closely at what I had identified as "weeds" in my lawn and this inspection drove me to go to YouTube to see what herbist would say about some of the weeds that I had systematically sprayed or pulled out of my yard. What I thought would be a short visit to the computer became a webinar-like session.
As a physician, I was taught that there is no antedote to the brown recluse spider bite and the victim must endure much pain and a necrotizing ulcerative site until the "damage" ran its course. Well there is a weed call the ribwort or plantain grass that releases the pain of insect bites and heals ulcer lesions on lthe skin.This weed is very prevalent in Louisiana where brown recluse spiders are often a nuisance. It was the "ancient people" , "old wive's remedies" that treated what pharmaceutical companies can not so young clinicians perpetuate the myth that there is no treatment.
I am now energized at the idea of recovering what my Grandmother practiced and what my Mother referred to as Mother wit. The old-fashioned remedies have been discarded and needs to be revisited.
I started brewing a lemon grass tea that has replaced coffee in my diet and my blood pressure is superb. My age peers, including my sisters, ask me what medicines that I take for hypertension and I say none. In fact, I do not take any prescribed pharmaceuticals. I believe that food is a medicine. I do believe that we are what we eat.
I do not avocate becoming a fanatic, but I think that we need to stop and look at what nature has provided and some trying to make a "new and improved" version of everything. We need to get back to the basics. Maybe an astronaut needs to "eat" pills instead of food; I don't.
Today we are honored to have Sally Fallon a well known author and speaker. She will be sharing with us some history about the Weston Price foundation. Weston Price was a dentist and was sometimes referred to as the Charles Darwin of Nutrition. ," Price traveled the world over studying healthy primitive populations and their diets. The unforgettable photographs contained in his book document the beautiful facial structure and superb physiques of isolated groups consuming only whole, natural foods.
Shirley Gutkowski will ask Sally questions about the history of WPF and how she became involved and why this is relevent for the world we live in today.
We will also find out about the Wise Traditions Conference now in it's 14th year drawing people from around the world.
Ms. Fallon is the author of the best-selling cookbook Nourishing Traditions and founding president of the Weston A. Price Foundation.
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Celebrating our Radio station anniversary of six years. Debuted 10/7/2007 This station has evolved into a radio station for the people. WE as a station has given access to the fans, and has intergrated the fanbase with superb interviews with many many guests of all genres. As we celebrate 6 years of broadcasting, I think the fans, I thank all of the people I have been blessed to work on as far as interviews, you all helped this station grow into something special. 6 years of consistant interviews, and goodtime is a long accomplishment, and I am grateful for all that has blessed this station by your call in's and your participation. THIS SHOW IS FOR THE PEOPLE
Study the Word of God with this Holy woman of God and the prayerful and insightful panelist. Enjoy the superb readings of the Tabernacle children.
When two artists are drawn to the other's work, that's beautiful - regardless. When those two become friends via common goals - one living in California and the other in Oklahoma - that's destiny!
Such is the case with Gary Fuston and Gino Goss. Gino is a superb trumpter who also plays flugelhorn - and has a true world vision of instrumental music. In 2008, he formed Jammajazz and carved a new niche within independent music circles. By 2009, "Almost Famous" came to the attention of those ever-widening circles. And now we can call Gino - some few years later - an award-winner. You'll hear about that when our guest visits on Tuesday, 10/1.
And you'll also hear about Gino's popularity on GHP Radio - a creation from our other guest, Gary Fuston. Not only the host VIA GHP - but a musician as well - and a producer, promoter, composer and graphic arts designer.
Gary and Gino discovered each other while championing the cause of independent artists - and found that they had musical chemistry too strong not to pursue. A recent collaboration is getting major buzz: "Just Don't Want Another Broken Heart." Hypnotic and evocative of another era - yet giving you the impression that you're hearing a new kind of Hybrid - this song has been given yet another pair of wings with a remix featuring respected guitarist, Roberto Restuccia. That mix had its world premiere on the last GHP show - and we'll hear it again when Gino and Gary visit us!
Here's what is exciting about their visit in a BIG way: we can discover ways that we can push the cause of indies. It's one thing to lament the lack of support that an artist can be given - instead of moaning about it, Gino and Gary can suggest ways to help an effort that is now universal.
And it's First Tuesday on Hybrid Jazz - so EVERYBODY wins!
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Happy Autumn everyone! On this Sunday night's 'LIVE' episode of "CONTACT" (Sunday, Sept. 29 at 9:00 PM EDT), Host and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist Lesley Mitchell-Clarke welcomes back to the show Celtic historian, metahysical artist, radio host, author and lecturer, AHONU (Kevin O`Grady). Lesley, along with frequent co-host and `Contact` Producer Wes Roberts, will be discussing with Ahonu his latest book, The Reincarnation of Columbus which will be released in Paper Back through World of Empowerment Press on October 14th. The book is AHONU’s true story about the loss of his first child, his pain and his struggle with grief and guilt and the coming to terms with his loss. It forms the foundation of his entire philosophy of life and is a superb grounding in the growth of spiritual awareness. It is truly an epic voyage from the pain and sorrow of a father’s grief to the new world of love and forgiveness. As always, the lines will be open for listener calls in the second half of the programme. Not to be missed!
Tonight is a show I have gathered up for some times now on my other radio show CONVERSATIONS: "EGYPT IS NOT EVIL"Ancient Kemet known today as Egypt is the embodiment of greatness and superb art of incredible scientist,astrologers, astronomers, and Kaballist. Everything about this ancient civilization then and now puzzles and captivates the world!
On the Friday September 27th 2013 at 1PM Pacific/4PM Eastern broadcast of this week in health innovation we're continuing our countdown to health 2.0 silicon valley aka 'the fall classic' series with a very special guest with an encore performnance see 'Lounging with Lygeia'. Lygeia Riccardi aka @lygeia on twitter is the Director, Office of Consumer eHealth, Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT at HHS.
We'll hear from this standard bearer and superb spokesperson for patient centered healthcare and the empowerment of those who interact with the health system either directly or indirectly through access to personal health information.
On Lygeia plate is the broader message of the 'epatient' movement as well as related key initiatives including Blue Button Plus.
We'll get Lygeia view on health reform, patient engagement and the ONC including what's in her line of sight at the Health 2.0 Fall Classic.