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Dorinda Makanaonalani Nicholsonwas born in Hawaii to a Hawaiian mother and a Caucasian father. She debuted in hula at age three dancing with her mother in Waikiki. When she was six years old, she and her father watched from their front yard as Japanese torpedo bombers flew so low over their house, she could see the pilots' goggles.
Her first book, Pearl Harbor Child, tells the story of the bombing of Pearl Harbor through the
eyes of a child. An award-winning author, she believes it is her mission to write World War II
stories for both students and adults to bring history to life. She is also the author of Pearl Harbor
Her day job to support her writing was as a Marriage and Family Therapist. Now retired, she
tries to live within her means and travel beyond them.
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I am a disaster mental health volunteer for the American Red Cross working mostly Yellow
Ribbon Events for veterans being deployed or recently returned home.
Mother of 4 boys, 13 grandchildren, nothing bizarre yet but would like to be in a cage in a dive to
see sharks up close.
Bishop Dr. Andrew Watkins, Sr., Ph.D. - Virtual Ministry
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Lory grew up in the 1970's in a middle-class family in the beautiful state of Washington. Life was good, but not perfect. After school she would gather up some drinks and snacks and hide out in her room playing Glen Campbell's music. Her abusive step-father left her alone when Glen was playing. As an adult, she found herself in some unhappy relationships, but she overcame them and was blessed with two beautiful, smart daughters and two grandchildren.
After her father's death, Lory moved to another state to start anew. She began teaching medical classes for a private college, and did so for ten years before being let go with several of her co-workers. Her disabilities became too severe for her to work, but she donates her time, when physically able, at her local senior center. Lory has always been concerned about elders and the loneliness and abuse that so many of them suffer. She is ultimately concerned that no one is a voice for them.
When Lory heard that Glen Campbell, the man who had saved her childhood, protecting her from the abuses of her step father, had been institutionalized, she began looking into things and reading articles and realizing that pieces didn't seem to fit. Now she works hard to uncover all the disturbing facts about Glen. She also runs a growing Facebook page - called Glen Campbell is loved - where people remember and praise Glen, worry about Glen, and get strength and support from one another while providing care to their own loved ones with Alzheimer's.
Bishop Dr. Andrew Watkins, Sr., - Virtual Ministry
The Beyond The Flag crew breaks down all of this weekend's NASCAR action from the Truck Series, Xfinity Series and the Sprint Cup Series. Our hosts react to all of the action from the track and all of the things that the drivers said before, during and after the race. We also discuss some of NASCAR's current trending topics in our Buy or Sell segment, reveal our Power Rankings and preview the upcoming week in NASCAR. Be sure to give us a listen ever Sunday night at 9:00 PM and for more NASCAR news, analysis and opinions head over to beyondtheflag.com.
When you think about vacationing on a private island, the average traveler would believe this luxury was reserved for the rich and famous. However, this week's Travel Talk Guest, Tom Bastek who is a Featured Wrtier for TravelPulse.com shares that there are several private islands that are the same price as a hotel.
Want to know where they are and how you book them?
Listen Wednesday, August 26th at 10 am PST as Mr. Bastek joins our hosts for an enlightening conversation.
Read Tom's TravelPulse Article "Five Private Island You Can Actually Afford"
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The Morrison Hotel® gallery is about people. Founded in 2001 by former record company executive and producer Peter Blachley, music industry professional Richard Horowitz, and music photographer Henry Diltz, The Morrison Hotel® Gallery, which represents world renowned photographers, has grown to become the place to purchase fine art music photography. As you view some of the most inspiring and iconic images of music and musicians photographed over the last fifty-plus years, think about the people who existed on both sides of the lens. The photographers had no idea what they were creating or how historic the imagery would become. It is a one-second click of the shutter that creates a timeless moment in our lives.
From a very early age Aaron has had a deep understanding and appreciation of photography. Not only has he been with Morrison Hotel Gallery for 10 years, but he has been instrumental in the curation of over a hundred shows here.
Aaron works hand and hand with each of the represented photographers to cultivate the emotional experience that the art deserves. He is closely involved with the overseas markets creating the same real time experience as if one was standing in the actual SOHO gallery space.
Before settling down in New York, Aaron was on the West Coast immersed in its diverse art scene. He now lives in Brooklyn with his wife.
Morrison Hotel Gallery - SoHo, NYC
116 Prince Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10012
Morrison Hotel Gallery - West Hollywood, CA
Sunset Marquis Hotel
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West Hollywood, CA 90069
On tonight's episode we start with a very heavy heart as two personalities in the racing world were lost over this past week, Buddy Baker, and Kate Moss, a friend of the show, and part of the reason why you love this show. Today's episode is dedicated to them.
Also, getting back to their favorite things, racing, we'll talk about the wild one at Watkin's Glen International on Sunday afternoon, that at the end, had Joey Logano sweep the weekend.
Some strange finishes, as always at Watkin's Glen we'll break down who had good days and bad days and why.
Also, what is going on with Kasey Kahne and the 5 team, after another major problem this weekend, and Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart are snakebitten at a track they both can win at.
A.J. Allmendinger also had issues, and we'll discuss his future this season,and whether or not they can rebound a make the Chase.
The Chase Grid got shook up quite a bit, and we'll talk about who is alive, and who we need to put a fork in.
Also, The NASCAR Xfinity Series race had some major fireworks at the end of it, and we'll talk about that, and what impact that may have on the Championship race come Homestead.
Some good news for Tommy Baldwin Racing, and A new Camping World Truck Series team.
And a possible change in the Camping World Truck Series schedule for 2016, and we may be seeing more slinging dirt come next season.
And the lawsuit against Tony Stewart, what of it?
Also, the preview for Michigan and the rule package we'll have this week.
Also, any topic you want to talk about at 917 889 8280
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Monday, August, 3rd, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Dr. Boyce Watkins of Your Black World to talk about hot topics and Economic Empowerment. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
Join Women’s Wellness Expert Delayna K. Watkins as she exposes the importance of women’s health and fitness for today’s busy Women Leaders. Various guests will share and discuss practical ways to create balance, improve health, release weight and decrease stress in their environment leading to healthier happier lives.
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JAD of Class Reunion Rocks It Back To School On ITNS Radio!!!
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In the echo of Hurricane Katrina, World Footprints will explore a sample of the multiple treasures that can be found in New Orleans. We will share a wonderful conversation with Chef Leah Chase of Dokie Chase restaurant fame. Chef Leah is an iconic figure in New Orleans. She was the inspiration behind Tiana, the principle character in the Disney Animated Picture Princess and the Frog. Then World Footprints will take listeners through two little known musuems, the Free People of Color museum and the African-American museum. Other stops on this audio trip include a tour through Treme and a visit to the famed Carosel bar in the Hotel Monteleone. New Orleans is a treasure trove of wonderful museums, rich history and cultural gumbo and today’s show will explore just a few of the treasure today.