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The topic of today's show is life with UC and what we do on a daily basis to manage the symptoms, etc.
Live talk, so the show is all about you....
Call in tonight....let's all get together for some UC chat!!!
SHOWTIME: Wednesday, May 22, 2013 @ 10:00 p.m.
100:00 p.m.- 12:00 A.M. Eastern Time.
A talk show dedicated to people who have been diagnosed with UC. Share your thoughts, ideas and treatment with people suffering with ulcerative colitis, crohns and IBD around the world. Don't forget to call our toll free number early!
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Having been in both undergraduate and graduate school, I will discuss the similarities and differences in both. I attended a small liberal arts school to attain my Bachelor's degree, and I am currently at a middle sized university to get my Master's degree. I will debate the pros and cons of school size as well as the requirements of higher education.
Tune in Firday, May 24, 2013 @ 10:00 p.m. (EST -US) for Ulcerative Colitis Talk.
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We're a brand new live online talk show for people who have ulcerative colitis.
TOPIC: We'll be talking about vitamins and nutrients for people with Ulcerative Colitis.
Friday, May 24, 2013 @ 10:00 P.M. (EST - US)
DURATION 2 HOURS
Graduation season is in full swing. What is it like to be a graduate in today’s environment? What challenges do graduates face personally, socially, spiritually and occupationally? My guests today are two stellar high school graduates, Kimi Bryson and Symone Holmes. Tune in to hear what these young women have to share about “Life After Graduation.”
If you or someone you know would like to be a guest on the show, contact Dr. Peg at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join Kristi and Joanna Medin for this special episode with guest, Bonnie Ross-Parker, as they talk specifically to "Womenprenuers - how having Purpose and Passion about what you do can open up endless Possibilites!" Grab your favorite cup of coffee and join us for a Virtual Coffee Chat - you will learn golden nuggets that can help you grow your business.
Bonnie, a.k.a. “America’s Connection Diva”, is a multi-dimensional businesswomen/entrepreneur with a background in education, franchise development, publishing, mentorship, network marketing, and community development. She combines vision with a unique set of skills. Formerly the Associate Publisher of The Gazette Newspaper/Atlanta, she focuses her energies on supporting women. Bonnie is a graduate of George Washington University, & earned a Certification in Network Marketing at the University of Chicago. Several of her articles on owning one’s own business and entrepreneurship have appeared in publications including: Wealth Building, Home Business Magazine, Business to Business and Entrepreneur’s Business Start-Ups.
Composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Onel Mulet has performed with a roster of legendary artists including Santos Colon, Pete "El Conde" Rodriguez and Celia Cruz as well as internationally renown artists Johnny Pacheco, Bobby Valentin, Ismael Miranda, Larry Harlow, Bobby Cruz, Jose Luis Rodriguez "El Puma", Israel Sardiña of Los Van Van, Arturo Sandoval,Malena Burke, Carlos "Patato" Valdes as well as the notable Cuban Troubadour Pedro Luis Ferrer, and NY-based Grammy nominated artists, David Oquendo and Roman Diaz. Born and reared in Miami, of Cuban heritage, Onels musical environment was anchored by the music of his parents, Cuban masters, and richly influenced by the diversity of American music including Motown, funk, old school Rhythm & Blues, classical music and jazz greats, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Paquito DíRivera and John Coltrane. A graduate of the New World School of the Arts in Florida, he quickly became part of the local Miami music scene.
Master percussionist, scholar and composer Román Díaz is regarded as a “living repository” of Afro Cuban music. Having performed and recorded with the likes of Merceditas Valdes, Raices Profundas, Los Marqueses de Atares,Jane Bunett, Juan Carlos Formell, Orlando “Puntilla” Rios, Paquito D’Rivera, Oriente Lopez, Giovanni Hidalgo As a member of the seminal rumba ensemble Yoruba Andabo, he aided in the creation of the sound that has defined rumba since the 1980’s in Cuba and all around the world. The evolution of Guarapachangeo incorporating Bata and the once archaic cajón into modern rumba is the legacy of the late Pancho Quinto (founder of Yoruba Andabo).
My guest today is Rob Oliver.
At the age of 21, Rob Oliver sustained a paralyzing body surfing injury. As a result of the injury, he could not use his legs and he only has limited use of his arms and hands. He spent the next six months in rehab, getting stronger in learning how to do such simple tasks as feeding himself.
During this rehabilitation process, he was faced with major questions about life, relationships, his own identity in the future. What was he going to be able to do? How was he going to engage life? He was finding out many of the things that he could not do, how were those limitations going to impact his ability to be successful?
In his autobiography, Rob shares many of the lessons that he learned throughout the process. The lessons that he learned are lessons that apply to everybody. We all want to find love. We all need to feel a sense of accomplishment. If we want to truly live life, we have to make the most of every day that is given to us.
“Still Walking” chronicles Rob’s experiences from his accident prone childhood through his injury. He shares how he has moved on from the injury and in spite of its limitations has taken on the challenges of graduate school, marriage, full-time employment, parenting and just living a full life!
Join Kimberly McAlindin and Natalie Redding with Martin Dally for a night of learning about the history of these breeds. Learn about New Zealand Borders Vs. American... learn about the schism in the Romney breeds.
Martin is a sheep fleece and animals expert who has been the judge of most of the prestigious fiber festivals in the US. He worked at UC Davis for 20 years and travels the globe collecting semen from all the worlds breeds.
Sponsored by Oh Kruse and their Perfection and Show String line of feeds, as well as:
Seven Oaks Farm; www.sevenoaks.virb.com
Lush Fiber Farm www.Lushfiberfarm.artfire.com
Hampton Artistic www.HamptonArtisticyarns
Actor/Director Sky Soleil (yes that’s his real name) is a southern California native and a graduate of the American Conservatory Theater MFA program (Class of 2002).Sky is perhaps best known for his music video “Homeless Man Under Pressure” which he both directed and starred in. The inspiring video went viral within days of posting, collecting over two million views on Yahoo and Youtube, after which CNN, CBS, New York Magazine and the Huffington Post interviewed Sky to discuss the videos unique social message.His television credits include “NCIS”, “Criminal Minds” and “Brothers and Sisters”, to name a few, where Sky has shared the screen with everyone from Kiefer Sutherland to Sally Field. Sky also wrote and directed the award-winning Halloween themed family film “How My Dad Killed Dracula.” Dracula screened at over 30 film festivals worldwide and garnered Sky two “Best Family Film” awards, a “Best of Fest” award, and several “Audience Favorite” awards.His next project “The Elevator” is in development.
Race is a part of our identity, however we define it, and it shapes our world view. As life becomes more globally connected, the old definitions of race no longer allow us simplistic categories and assumptions about race. There are people of all colors and heritage who look like us but may share little in common in terms of their beliefs and culture. So what does race really mean and what is it going to mean in the future?
The youth of today are creating the future in ways that bear little resemblance to the past. Race, ethnicity and even gender have become malleable concepts as youth explore and express their identities in ways that go beyond old labels and that go deeper than physical characteristics. Is the world keeping up? Are adults evolving fast enough?
Our show this week will explore race as a concept, both considered and lived. We have a youth guest, Michael Sheppard, 17, from Torrey Pines High School in San Diego. Michael is a football player and track runner about to graduate and enter college and adulthood. Our adult guest is distinguished musician and producer, Mr. Robert Irving III from Chicago. Mr. Irving has worked with many notable musicians including Miles Davis, Branford Marsalis and Grover Washington Jr. and has served as muscical director for the groiup, Sister Sledge. He has worked as professional mentor for the Jazz Insitute of Chicago for aspiring young musicians. We look forward to a rich conversation.
05/21/2013 - John Nykolaiszyn at Lunch with DriveThruHR || @CigarSPHR DriveThruHR visits with @bryanwempen @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy about what is keeping them up at night. DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy - tune in for great HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr http://www.drivethruhr.com/ http://www.facebook.com/drivethruhr http://www.linkedin.com/company/1651206 http://twitter.com/drivethruhr