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  • 00:29

    The Ground Rules with Nance Klehm

    in Environment

    219 GreenConnect host Kathy Sipple speaks with Nance Klehm about her crowdfunding project, The Ground Rules, as well as her passion for soil health and urban foraging.

  • 00:52

    How to Beat Cancer & Conquer Fear - Leslie Nance

    in Self Help

    2.5 year cancer survivor on a mission to invade kitchens across the world by teaching and being taught ways to prepare food using  healthy eating principals.  No BS about certain diets or methods just REAL FOOD eating habits being taught at go2kitchens.   I am taking the stress out being healthy and teaching a moderation lifestyle that works!  All are welcome I have recipes for everyone even the pickiest of eaters to strict diet followers.  


    go2kitchens.com


     


    www.ChristopherRausch.com 

  • 00:03

    The Next Step: Author Toby Whaymand

    in Books

    Toby Whaymand grew up in Swindon and makes his home now in Milton Keynes, Britain's newest town. He has been writing stories since his early teen years, with the idea for his latest book, The Next Step, coming to him at the young age of 14. 

    One morning when he was in his early 20's, he woke from vivid dream of a plane crash which stayed fresh in his mind, years later the imagery was put to good use... 

    After some Scandanavian friends signed a record deal with Warner in 2008 and found great success, Toby was inspired to revive his own dream of being a writer and started to piece together an outline for what would become The Next Step. He found that despite the many years in between his initial ideas and his time spent working on the outline, most of the characters and the storyline had remained the same. 

    Currently an IT Support technician at a local school, Toby aspires to continue his writing to take it to the next level. His slight dyslexia has been one challenge of writing he has been working to overcome but his passion for telling stories has kept pushing him forward. 


    The Next Step focuses on the human factor and how humans relate to one another. It features Toby's own observations of life as the story itself matured over two decades. The Next Step is a fast-paced, exciting read that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat. A truly unique story.


    http://www.theNextStep.co

  • 00:19

    How to Beat Cancer with Food - Leslie Nance

    in Self Help

    2.5 year cancer survivor on a mission to invade kitchens across the world by teaching and being taught ways to prepare food using  healthy eating principals.  No BS about certain diets or methods just REAL FOOD eating habits being taught at go2kitchens.   I am taking the stress out being healthy and teaching a moderation lifestyle that works!  All are welcome I have recipes for everyone even the pickiest of eaters to strict diet followers.  

  • 01:03

    Reviving the Legacy of Annie Malone with Linda M. Nance and Linda F. Jones

    in History

    Join the Officers of the Annie Malone Historical Society for a discussion about the legacy that has been the driving force in our Black hair and beauty culture today. The purpose of the Annie Malone Historical Society is to give proper recognition to a pillar of history.  To share the story of extraordinary vision, dedication, commitment and success that was the life of Annie M.Turnbo Pope Malone.  To place the accomplishments of this African American icon in one body of evidence that is easily accessible to the public.


     


    Linda M.Nance is the President of the Annie Malone Historical Society and earned a Bachelor Degree in Psychology and a Bachelor Degree in Sociology from Maryville University in St. Louis, Missouri. She holds an Associate in Applied Science Degree (emphases in Human Services/Corrections) from St. Louis Community College at Florissant Valley also in St. Louis, Missouri.  A 2009 graduate of the FOCUS St. Louis Leadership program, Linda has also completed the Community Arts Training and the TIGER Fellowship programs sponsored by the St. Louis Regional Arts Commission. 


     


    Linda F. Jones is the Vice-President of the Annie Malone Historical Society and is a gifted educator, historian, writer, and lecturer.  She received her Master of Business Administration from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Calumet College. She is a historian with an insatiable interest in researching the history of African Americans, her own family history, and in particular, the history of Annie Turnbo Pope Malone.   


    http://anniemalonehistoricalsociety.org


     

  • 00:30

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Toby Evans of SageBrush Exchange

    in Self Help

    Sibley, MO – In the Peruvian culture the Quechua word for exchange is “ayni.” It is the concept of cooperation and reciprocity, the balance of giving and receiving - the acceptance that everything in the world is connected.

    Toby Evans is an artist, energy healer and the founder of SageBrush Exchange, where she combines her deep understanding of the creative process with spiritual practices and professional trainings to help clients find inner healing through energetic exchange.

    “A ‘Sage’ is someone who intuitively accesses the higher wisdom available to all of us, and ‘Brush’ represents the creative energy or the artist within. This captures both strands of what I draw upon and attempt to call forth in others.” says Toby. “All sessions with clients are an exchange of energy.”


    As part of Sage Brush Exchange, Toby maintains a labyrinth on her land. "The Prairie Labyrinth" was installed in five acres of native prairie grass and is 166 feet in diameter - one of the largest seven circuit labyrinths in the US. It is based on a 4,000-year-old pattern and is aligned with the seven major chakras or energy centers of the body.


    “A maze is designed to amuse and confuse you. A labyrinth helps you order the confusion in your life. A labyrinth path may twist and turn, but it eventually takes you to the center - metaphorically to your own center - where you can access your own deep relationship to Source."


    For more information on SageBrush Exchange, visit http://www.prairielabyrinth.com or http://www.sagebrushexchange.com

  • 00:17

    Toby Levins Interview

    in Entertainment

    Toby Levins.

  • 01:30

    Dr. Toby Watson: Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry

    in Psychology

    Dr. Toby Watson


    Dr. Watson is the Clinical Director of Associated Psychological Health Services and he is the former Chief Supervising Psychologist for the State of Wisconsin-Dept. of Corrections-KMCI, and the former Executive Director of the International Society for Ethical Psychology and Psychiatry. He has a special interest and expertise at relaying long term research and best care practices for individuals seeking information on alternatives to psychotropic drugs. 


    Dr. Watson lectured before the Congress of Mexico, submitted testimony before the FDA, and has appeared on national television and radio shows throughout the United States.


     

  • 00:54

    #1533 The Wonders of Greek Yogurt

    in Nutrition

    Registered Dietitian, Nutritionist and author Toby Amidor talks with us about the incredible versatility and health benefits of Greek yogurt. She will tell us how it can be used in unexpected ways, making even the most “bad-for-you foods” healthier, tastier and more satisfying.


     

  • Names (naming your child and naming you)

    in Self Help

    Many people give no thought into naming their children these days.  Let's just call them Becky (sorry, no offense to the Becky's out there).  But Ancient Africans, Native Americans, Ancient Asiatics actually cared about naming their children and themselves.  When I speak to individuals from outside of the U.S. I always ask them what their real name is.  It really is a shame people don't keep their real names when they try to assimilate in the European culture.  Instead of assimlating just be yourself fam.  If people can't pronounce your name, too damn bad they need to learn how to pronounce it.  Your name is not Toby.

  • 00:10

    Names: why they are important?

    in Self Help

    Many people give no thought into naming their children these days.  Let's just call them Becky (sorry, no offense to the Becky's out there).  But Ancient Africans, Native Americans, Ancient Asiatics actually cared about naming their children and themselves.  When I speak to individuals from outside of the U.S. I always ask them what their real name is.  It really is a shame people don't keep their real names when they try to assimilate in the European culture.  Instead of assimlating just be yourself fam.  If people can't pronounce your name, too damn bad they need to learn how to pronounce it.  Your name is not Toby.

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