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One and a half gear heads guide you through the latest and greatest in the automotive industry. Industry veteran, Greg Sanchez - former editor with Motor Trend Magazine and CDN's own auto writer, Duane Pemberton guide you through today's auto trends.
In this episode, we'll cover:
The horrific and massive car recalls from the big 3s during this entire 2014 fiscal year
The latest and the greatest tech stuff in all the new cars for 2014
All the 2016 vehicle unveils within the last month or so... (Mazda Miata, Mercedes-AMG GT, the new Lincoln Navigator)
VW passes GM in global auto sales race! How did that happen?
NHTSA Fines Hyundai $17.35 MILLION for brake recall delays
Our driving impressions of the 2014 VW CC R-Line Edition
The English word magazine recalls a military storehouse of war materiel and originally was derived from the Arabic word makhazin meaning "storehouses."
The term magazine was coined for this use by Edward Cave, editor of The Gentleman's Magazine.
How are magazines distributed? What U.S. magazine has the largest circulation? Which magazine was the first really successful magazine in the United States?
Get the answers to these questions and more information about the medium: Magazines as you join on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 5 p.m. (EST) Young Media Critics Host, Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they share with you different forms of MEDIA on the series “I’ll Have a Medium, Please – Episode 10 – Magazines.
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It has been quite a journey for ISLANDER, who, in just over a year, have gone from obscurity to a band in constant radio rotation. Fueled with a combination of emotionally capturing songs and audience grabbing live shows, ISLANDER continue to lead at the forefront of their peers. The thrilling trip for this quartet began in the foothills of Greenville, S.C. with the release of their Victory Records debut Pains in 2013. Now, a lethal combination of alt-rock, punk and nu-metal that recalls the finest of bands like Refused and Deftones, ISLANDER have released their full length Violence & Destruction to critical recognition. Comprised of members Mikey Carvajal on vocals, Andrew Murphy on guitar, drummer Eric Frazier and bassist Chris Doot, ISLANDER recorded the album with producer Cameron Webb (SILVERSTEIN, ALKALINE TRIO) at Hollywood's NRG Studios. It is twelve tracks of American rock anthems spawned by individual struggle and organic affection. The result is a refreshing and unpredictable performance of cutting edge, modern-day rock with classic punk overtones fused with groove laden beats. Violence & Destruction awakens the nerves and lets life in. From the blockbuster single 'Coconut Dracula', to the outlaw collaboration of 'Criminals' with P.O.D.'s Sonny Sandoval and the fist-pumping title track, ISLANDER sonically 'demonstrate that fragile dichotomy between softness and weight in a riff', as described by Noisey/Vice. Alternative Press confirmed that ISLANDER was one the '100 Bands You Need To Know' as 2014 continues to shine with festival confirmations at Aftershock in Sacramento and Louder Than Life in Louisville. For more information, visit www.facebook.com/weareislander
Conversation with R & B singer Vaughn Anthony. Vaughn is the younger brother of nine-time Grammy Award-winning performer John Legend.
For Vaughn Anthony, the music business is family business. Influenced by his family’s services in his grandfather’s church, VA was instilled with the same passion for music as his older brother, John Legend. After nearly a decade of training, writing, and perfecting his craft as a performer along side John, VA is quickly evolving into R & B’s missing intonation. Emerging from the shadow of a superstar has required Vaughn to dig deeper into his soul and allow the flow of his magnetic energy to speak volumes. “When it comes to my younger brother, he’s got to prove that he can stand on his own,” shares Legend. “I want him to be out there flourishing as soon as possible. Musically I feel like he’s ready to do it,” recalls Vaughn’s older brother, Grammy-winning crooner John Legend.
For more information about Vaughn Anthony:
Visit www.indiegogo.com/vaughn-anthony or at www.VaughnAnthonyMusic.com
Dionne Laslo-Baker, founder of Deebee's Special Tea Foods Ltd., began her entrepreneurial venture when her two sons decided what to have for a treat. Realizing that grocery stores did not provide many nutritional choices for treats, Dionne and her husband, Dr. Stephen Baker, MD, began to experiment with organic fruit and various organic teas and herbal teas. Their research and experimentation led them to produce the perfected product – a TeaPop that won the hearts of their children, family and friends.
What they came up with is a truly innovative and creative concept - frozen pop treats with the ultimate treat: organically made for good health.
So how did Dionne conquer the Goliaths in the frozen treats market?
Staying true to one's vision and communicating that to the team
Playing to one's strengths
Willing to connect within one's niche
As Dionne recalls with clarity and fervor, "People are more than happy and excited and thrilled to see especially a woman, and - even more so - a mom of young kids get out there and create something. And show her children what it takes to succeed."
What do you say to a man who's heart just exploded lying dying on the kictchen floor! What goes through his mind? All the women he bang.The drugsThe fights, His pro football career? What do you do when someone reaches out to U knowing his heart just exploded? .What do you say to such a man.A Naughty Thing Called Life Listen to the show live and find out.Papa Spyk Recalls a Colorful Life Journey in A Naughty Thing called Life New book chronicles the author’s life and how it was turned around after suffering a near death experience Some people live pretty colorful and incredibly intense lives. Sometimes all it takes is one dramatic event to be the catalyst for change. Author Papa Spyk takes readers on a nostalgic road down memory lane as he recalls A Naughty Thing called Life. Papa Spyk, an ex professional rugby player, top international model, Hollywood actor and stuntman. Born in the sixties. Papa Spyk was an overly intelligent child, trapped in a hopelessly dysfunctional world. He lived life on the edge until he suffered a near death experience. When he was told he would never walk again, be paraplegic, never father a child. He thought his life was over. Fortunately his amazing family and close friends gave him the strength to survive. Learning to walk again and father his very own little Angel, his saving grace Angelyna—the love of his life. A Naughty Thing called Life shares the honest story of Papa Spyk’s experience, hoping to make a difference to other people’s lives. Its about courage to love and be loved. the way to heal himself by going through hell and back.It reminds the reader that there is a silver lining in every cloud. This book is a testament to Papa Spyk’Success
There are those who have chuckled at yours truly since being introduced to Kiki Ebsen. Because they know how much that VOICE can affect you! It takes a seasoned, assured, and peace-oriented artist to sing THESE kinds of songs. The ones that Kiki's Dad, Buddy, loved so much.
Yes, THAT Buddy Ebsen. The gentleman who sang, danced and performed his way through decades of joy. We loved him in our house. Many is the day and night we'd share the antics and poetry of Buddy's characters. Movies and Television. He was glue that held good times together. Imagine how he affected his daughter! They had routines together, shared special times that Kiki recalls with utter reverence now. Dad passed away in 2003 - and he left us with a dream for Kiki that wasn't fulfilled until 11 years after his death. That was this: he wanted his little girl to sing the songs that meant so much to HIM. Jazz standards.
Whew, that was a long-time coming for Kiki! She begged off her Dad's pleas for years - choosing instead to follow her solo pursuits or to play keyboard for A-Listers (Al Jarreau, Boz Scaggs, Chicago to name a few). She had to be ready to present the kind of material that singers had covered for decades - with respect for the song and the history. In 2014, Kiki Ebsen is more than ready. And has the RIGHT to sing these masterpieces - most of which affected her Dad in some way throughout his career. "Scarecrow Sessions" is named so for a very significant reason. Much of what you'll hear in this interview will surprise you. What WON'T surprise you, hopefully, is the elegance and utter power of Kiki's voice. It can't be stressed enough - this authenticity. Let's celebrate this milestone with Kiki - join us in The Chat Room on 10/2 for conversation - and superb music!
Jonny Orsini (Broadway's The Nance, MacBeth) makes his Off-Broadway leading debut in Almost Home playing a marine who returns home to uncertainties and challenges after his tour of duty. Jonny tells host Robin Milling he went the distance for the role taking on the physique of a marine with lots of pull-ups and push-ups consulted by former marines, co-star Joe Lisi playing his father and playwrite Walter Anderson who based the play on his own experiences in Vietnam. He also had to be mindful of his vegan diet so he reveals the 'eggs' he eats on stage every performance prepared by his mother, played by Karen Ziemba (Bullets Over Broadway), are really tofu scramble made to look like the real thing. Jonny has an affinity for men in service, playing a marine before in the film Cigarette Candy. He says he deeply admires their sacrifice and contribution and is honored to bring their stories to light.
Born in the small town of Cheshire, Connecticut Jonny gave up the saxophone to pursue sports and that fell by the wayside when acting became his passion at college in Boston. Music will always be a part of his artistic expression. He recalls the night when Ethan Hawke picked up the guitar in MacBeth to appease the audience after a technical glitch canceled the show.
Next Jonny is looking forward to starring with Larry David in A Fish In The Dark starting rehearsals in December.
Click here for a free audio book! www.audibletrial.com/millingabout
Largo, FL – If you don’t believe in yourself, you will stay where you are and nothing will change, but if you operate in a state of gratitude and you will receive more in life. You can make your life memories instead of wishes.
Rosemary Fox is a psychic medium with more than thirty years of experience as a reader and healer. In addition to her work as a psychic, Rosemary has also been a Reiki healing master for over twenty years.
“I lived in fear of my abilities for a very long time because I was afraid of being judged,” recalls Rosemary. “It was fascinating and terrifying all at the same time. My spiritual calling has changed the way I view life and death and everything else in between.”
As a tarot reader, Rosemary can sense energy and vibrations. As a psychic medium, she can sense spirits. One thing Rosemary is not, however, is a fortune teller; her advice is a mirror into your future and a reflection of your past.
“People who do fortune telling are just going to tell you things you want to hear,” says Rosemary. “You have to love yourself to understand the divine purpose for us all. I know my intention is good, so I’ve learned that if people believe in you, they will believe you. That’s why my path is one of integrity.”
Rosemary is also the host of her own radio show on BlogTalkradio.com, The Third Eye. Listeners can tune in to Rosemary on Wednesdays from 7pm to 8.30pm EST. Each week, the show explores a wide variety of spiritual topics, featuring special guest appearances from other experts in the field.
“I’m proud that I finally embraced my abilities and I use those abilities to help people,” says Rosemary. “For many of my clients the information I give them they already know in their hearts. I’m just there to confirm it for them."
Topeka, KS – We will all lose a loved one at some point in our lives, and yet we’re never truly prepared for it. Bereavement, the period of grief and mourning after the death of a loved one, can be a transformative experience. Unfortunately, many people struggle with bereavement because our cultural training is to ignore, deny, and avoid whatever is unpleasant. We live in a society that has sought to protect us from sadness.
Shirley Bradley is the founder of Bereavement Life Coaching by Shirley, which offers compassionate companioning for individuals struggling with the loss of a loved one.
“The first thing a client does when they come to see me is that they apologize for their emotions,” says Shirley. "I allow my clients to be authentically emotional by creating a safe environment for them to to express their sorrow. It’s essential to be able to honor their story and validate their emotions."
According to Shirley, grief is not a mental health problem; it’s something everyone experiences, but they don’t have to do it alone. Having experienced grief herself, she has developed a more spiritual approach to recovery.
“I went deeply into my sorrow and I allowed the healing to happen on its own,” recalls Shirley. “So my focus is to allow my clients to grieve so we can work toward a new beginning, a new life, a new hope and a new joy.”
You have to create a new life in order to heal and recover. Shirley’s clients learn to utilize new skills and new ways of coping. They’re not trying to get over the pain, but rather learning how to work through the pain.
“My hope is that I empower and inspire my clients to live their highest vision and create a joyful, fulfilling life,” says Shirley. “I give as much of myself as I can because we’re walking a very sacred journey together."
This week special guest and Pendulum guru Irene Bremis joins us to make her perfect season picks so far live on the pcast. Dave recalls his stint at this week’s Giant’s game and how last week’s guest Lee was thwarted by an evil grill master. On the television side we spend the full half hour on Dave’s obsession with the new NBC horror-fest that is “The Mysteries of Laura”. And, as luck would have it, Irene pulls out an actual script for a future episode out of thin air. It’s a magical hour on The Spread with Dave Juskow.
In August of 2003, Donna Visocky was attending a Compassionate Friends meeting when a woman came up to her after the meeting and said “Your daughter was standing behind you all night long and she is a beautiful girl.” And so began a journey that really started with the death of Donna’s 21 year-old daughter Kristi in a car accident just two months earlier.
It took a month for Donna to get up the nerve to make an appointment with the “Angel Reader” but go she did, driven by an agonizing desire to reconnect with her daughter. Not only did Debra Becker, this very special Angel Reader, help her connect with Kristi, but she also introduced Donna to the angels and an entire new dimension of spirituality.
Donna recalls, “Kristi was an incredibly beautiful soul, filled with compassion and concern for those less fortunate. From the time she was a small child she stood up for the underdog and often riled against the injustices in this world. Oh, how that child loved to argue. It was Kristi who brought me here, to this place in my life; who opened the windows of my mind to the wonders and blessings of the universe and the realization that this is just a small blip in the journey of our souls.”
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