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Mike was out at the CASBY Awards in mid-October thanks to our pals at 102.1 The Edge and Corus Radio, so in addition to seeing performances by acts like Hollerado, Mother Mother, and Serena Ryder, he also had the chance to catch up with Said the Whale and Walk Off The Earth, both of whom have been enjoying a ton of on-air success of late.
Teddy is a young boy who lives in a seaside village in the Pacific Northwest and one day while walking home from school encounters a whale that talks.The story is about friendship that develops between a boy and whale.
Are you looking for a time-tested, real-world and validated formula for Leading and Managing for Growth? Join the conversation as we invite Brad Armstrong, CEO and Founder of Blue Whale Moving and Humpback Junk Removal as he shares some insight, thought leadership and best practices for how to evaluate and manage behavior against expectations in order to diagnose specific gaps in performance. About the Guest: Brad Armstrong's presentations are practical, philosophical and very amusing as he shares his experiences and insights as a business advisor, executive coach, attorney and successful entrepreneur with groups of 10 to 1000. His warm, witty, confident, and spontaneous style invites audience involvement as he speaks to topics such as: leadership, vision, ethics, integrity, and professional development. Utilizing his trademarked 1-on-1 Coaching in a Crowd® technique, Brad draws his audiences into the conversation and employs this technique to elicit extraordinary questions as teaching opportunities. No Kumbaya or Group Hugs Allowed...
Award-winning actress Tippi Hedren dishes about working with Alfred Hitchcock and Charlie Chaplin in this candid interview. Hedren also offers advice about keeping wild animals as pets. This lovely actress, best known for her work in two Alfred Hitchcock thrillers, The Birds and Marnie, devotes considerable time to animal rights activities and other important causes. Film critic Diana Saenger from Classic Movie Guide joins in the fun.
Hedren earned a Golden Globe for her performance in The Birds. Among her other films are such offerings as Chaplin’s The Countess from Hong Kong plus Citizen Ruth, I Heart Huckabees, Pacific Heights, Jayne Mansfield’s Car, Free Samples, Return to Babylon and Roar, a movie Hedren produced and starred in with her daughter, Melanie Griffith. Her upcoming film credits include roles in The Ghost and the Whale and Lizzie’s World: The Secret of the Magic Trunk. Hedren has appeared in numerous TV shows including Cougar, Raising Hope, The 4400, Hart to Hart and Murder, She Wrote.
Several charitable and humanitarian causes have benefited from Hedren’s support. She has served as a volunteer International Relief Coordinator and traveled worldwide to set up “relief programs following earthquakes, hurricanes, famine and war.” She is also an avid supporter of the ROAR Foundation and the Shambala Preserve.
Tonight, on a going public edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we're talking Tech, Tits and Total Stupidity with a quadrilogy of tales designed to stimulate the mind and lower the dignity. First, hot off the presses, in what will likely be the largest IPO since Facebook's botched debut on NASDAQ in 2012, Twitter announced in a tweet (duh) late today that it has filed its paperwork with the SEC to become a publicly traded company, meaning everything you liked about Twitter is about to go away!Next, because all stories about breasts should come in twos, our first story is about a woman in Georgia who is marketing her services in the breast way possible -- by giving massages with her size 48NN boobs. Naturally, her tender loving technique is rubbing some massuses the wrong way as she's being accused of basic prostitution. We'll see if we can squeeze out some answers.Later, one late-night pizza place on the University of Illinois campus has engineered a creative way for girls to to get free pizza...flashing their boobs. Since most drunk girls are willing to show some nip for a string of Mardi Gras beads, it seems like a win-win situation...or does it?Finally, we go from female boobs to just plain old boob, as Police in California say a local McDonald's manager has confessed to robbing two McDonald's restaurants at gunpoint — including his very own branch. A case of #DontBeDumb at its finest...or its worst...All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
VINNY VEGAS - ROCK BAND FROM BALTIMORE,MD...NEW ALBUM "THE BIG WHITE WHALE" OUT NOVEMBER 5TH...CHECK OUT THEIR NEW SONG "CLAWS" OFF THEIR FORTHCOMING RECORD...MUSIC, DATES & MORE @ www.facebook.com/VinnyVegasMusic
TANTRIC -ROCK BAND FROM LOUISVILLE,KY...NEW ALBUM "37 CHANNELS" OUT NOW...HEADED OUT ON TOUR BEGINNING NOVEMBER 8TH...CHECK OUT THEIR MUSIC,DATES & MORE @ www.facebook.com/Tantric
HEAVEN'S BASEMENT - BRITISH HARD ROCK BAND(ENGLAND)..NEW ALBUM "FILTHY EMPIRE" OUT NOW...DELUXE EDITION COMING OUT SOON...CURRENTLY ON TOUR W/ THE PRETTY RECKLESS..CHECK OUT TOUR DATES,MUSIC & MORE @ www.facebook.com/HeavensBasement
one of the greatest movies made of all time jaws. steven knew on what he was making a scary movie about killer white shark eating and feeding and putting the fear on going into the ocean. although they had few problems making the shark cause back in that time they could use cgi or any of that stuff. so what steven did use a old hichcock trick. use your mind on what the shark looks like when u see the fin and the tail pop up and goes back down to attack. cause every time they put the shark into salt water it would eat the wires and the shark was ruined. but there times u could see the shark when it pop up and attack someone. but when the movie came out it made people think twice about going into the ocean. cause everyone was scare on going into the water. but it was a hit for steven later on he made films like indiana jones,e.t and other great films but if it wasn't for jaws steven wouldn't be on the map and were he is today. but later on there was 3 other jaws movies which suck. and now there steven wants go back and remake it and make it more scary then what he couldn't do before and what he had in mind. u got remember jaws was base on a book before it hit the screen it was like morden day version of mody dick. but instead of a whale it was a great white shark.
Christley Block, is the third full length album by Chicago’s The Differents. Recorded between the summer of 1999 and early 2002, it has finally been released this year and is definitely the book end to the band’s older recorded efforts. Originally intended to be a demo session, band leader Lou Hallwas decided it should be released exactly ‘as is!
There was something about the vibe in the room during the recording and the natural camaraderie between band and Recorder/Mixer, Chris Lordots, that it just wouldn’t be the same if re-recorded.
The Differents features Chris Meziere on bass, Dan Garrity on drums and Lou Hallwas on guitar and vocals. They are now readying new material for a fourth album while fans revel in having this talented group of artists back and performing; five years was much too long a time to wait.
Michele Jennae has always considered herself a connector and a networker. She realized there are people who are natural connectors but who don’t network in the business sense. They are genuinely warm people who like people. Then, there are the networkers who are at every meeting but just don’t seem to connect.
Michele Jennae wanted to bridge the gap and write a story illustrating how to be both at the same time and came up with The Connectworker. Having long been a fan of the popular business parable books like “The Go Giver” by Bob Burg, “Raving Fans” and “Whale Done” by Ken Blanchard, her goal was to write a story in similar fashion; short, entertaining and illustrative of the business principles she wanted to portray!
Building on over 20 years of professional experience in a variety of sales roles, Michele has crafted a story you are sure to love.
Dr. John Jett, visiting professor of biology at Stetson University and a former SeaWorld whale trainer, appeared in the film Blackfish, an award-winning documentary about the problems associated with keeping orcas in captivity.
“SeaWorld and other marine parks have historically based their business model on expertly controlling the flow of information in a way that best fits their monetary interests,” said Jett. “Because of Blackfish (and other works, such as David Kirby’s, Death at SeaWorld), they no longer control the message. Blackfish has forced the conversation to begin evolving from one of a manufactured fairytale ("The whales love us and they want to do tricks...") to that of being honest and accurate. The documentary is unprecedented in the 40 years orcas have been in captivity, in that for the first time...former orca trainers have come forward to provide an honest look behind the curtains. The scene is often quite ugly... ”
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In November 2008, gifted clairvoyant Patricia Cori was in Jordan teaching a workshop when a life-changing event occurred. A community of Cetaceans—“a choir of whales and dolphins,” as she describes it—interrupted her talk with a frantic plea for help. Cori was suddenly witness to a devastating scene of suffering, a communal grieving of scores of whales and dolphins “frenzied, lost, and dying.” This was the first of several terrifying calls for help, all of which were immediately followed by mass suicide events as these majestic creatures collectively chose to leave us and our planet. These troubling incidents evolved into the stream of messages for humanity that Cori reveals in this extremely timely work. The whales and dolphins present their deep understanding of our urgent global situation, calling for the human race to restore balance to our ecosystems—especially our dying oceans. For the first time, we read the communications of the Cetaceans and their story of devotion and celebration of life on the Great Planet Earth. We are also given a glimpse of their role in the unfolding of galactic events throughout our solar system, and the message is clear. Without the whale and dolphin song—without these musicians who hold the oceans in balance—we risk our advancement through the ascension process for which our entire solar system is destined. Before We Leave You: Messages from the Great Whales and the Dolphin Beings is a roadmap to that higher future and a pathway to global transformation.In to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer is joined by Patricia Cori. If you are not receiving our most recent interviews, please re-subscribe to our new Official RSS feed on iTunes or visit www.theorganicview.com. ©2013. All Rights Reserved.
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