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Carrying around a healthy physique, positive attitude and a kind demeanor are just a few of Joseph Julian Soria's attributes. Today's interview shall showcase his talents both on and off screen, will be insightful into him as a regular person and also what new doors may be soon opening for him career wise. Please make it a point to join us.
Dr. Julian T. Nettles Bey, AHKV (MD) Founder, CEO of CCOWI
(773) 454-7111: email@example.com
Julian T. Nettles Bey, AHKV: is the Founder of The Creation and Conservation of Wealth Nettles Bey’s Global Consultant Institute and Foundation (a private not for profit organization). He is considered by many to be the best personal, social and business Consultant on the Globe, because of his unparallel knowledge in Abcleology, as well as health and wealth.
His motto is:
“Only as we are prepared can we serve”
Only as we serve are we of value to others; and
Only as we are of value to others are we rewarded.”
His goal is: That everyone he touches is mutually enriched by the experience.
THE CREATION AND CONSERVATION OF WEALTH
NETTLES BEY GLOBAL CONSULTANT VILLAGE INSTITUTE (CCOWI):
A PRIVATE NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
Wealth is 0ur abundance of righteous spiritual, mental, physical and economical energies being used in harmony.
CCOWI is neither sponsored by, nor promoting a religious doctrine
We are using the unquestionable 11 Creative Spirits
The 11 Supreme Master Spiritual Laws that Govern the Universe.
Attorney Liz is a prominent family law lawyer in California who has been practicing divorce law since 1993. She is a certified family law specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. In addition to representing celebrities, Attorney Liz has also sat as Judge Pro Tem in the family law department of the CA Superior Court. This show discusses some of the problems and questions spouses have about divorce in California and about the divorce process. After two decades of matrimonial law, Attorney Liz also offers common sense advice on relationships, marriage and separations.
Thanks so much for dropping by this Award winning show “the Conversation”. Today, we’ve got 2 wonderful guests line-up for you our faithful listeners: AND, I’ve also got a very special co-host joining me today… the wonderful Michele Gilliam-Morrissey!!!
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Katie Ashley: Romance writer Katie Ashley is here to talk about her Best Selling novels and exactly where does her amazing storytelling ability come from..
All this and more…
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith - publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, for Big Blend Radio's HAPPY HOUR Variety Show.- We're talking Summer Fun & Events in Julian, the popular historic mountain destination in Southern California with Krisie Morgan, Kathleen Beck, Terry Ross & Bill Fink.- Matt Sherman of Myrtle Creek Nursery in Fallbrook, Calfiornia will talk about Growing Wine Grapes.- Steve Thornton of Thornton Winery in Temecula, CA will discuss their Annual Champagne Jazz Concert Series- Howard & Ruth Milstein - author of 'Cooking with Love: Ventures into the New Israeli Cuisine,' will talk Cheese & Wine.
Pioneering jazz-rock drummer and composer Danny Seraphine is a founding member of Chicago. Worldwide the iconic group has sold over 122 million albums, and, just domestically, earned 22 gold, 18 platinum, and 8 multi-platinum albums. In 1990, after 23 years in the group, Seraphine and Chicago had a jarring parting of ways, and he left music behind for 15 years. But a call to play a benefit show for a fellow drummer pulled him out of seclusion and sparked a creative rebirth. Today, Seraphine looks forward with Sacred Ground (Street Sense), the sophomore record from his jazz-rock powerhouse group CTA—often described as “Chicago on steroids”—and he makes peace with his past with the refreshingly candid memoir Street Player: My Chicago Story (Wiley). Seraphine is critically acclaimed as an instrumentalist and a composer. Rolling Stone Magazine recently ranked him as one of the top 100 drummers of all time. When he was coming up on the music scene, legendary jazz drummer Buddy Rich called Seraphine his favorite young drummer. Recently he was awarded Cape Breton Drum Festival’s prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award, an honor he also received from the Montreal Drum Festival. He’s an endorsee of esteemed drum companies such as DW drums, Remo drumheads, Zildjian cymbals and drumsticks. He also has released a well-regarded instruction DVD titled The Art of Jazz Rock Drumming, distributed through Drum Channel. As a songwriter, Seraphine co-wrote the Chicago Top 40 hits “Lowdown” and “No Tell Lover,” as well as core Chicago tunes like “Little One,” “Take Me Back to Chicago,” “Show Me the Way,” “Birthday Boy,” and the irresistibly funky “Street Player,” later sampled by rapper Pitbull for the hit “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho).”
Join co-hosts Mark McNease and Rick Rose as we welcome Robert Julian to the show. Robert is a writer and actor whose work extends over three decades. In San Francisco in the 1980s he was one of the original company members of Theater Rhinoceros (1980-1986). He was also one of the original cast members of The A.I.D.S. Show – Artists Involved in Death and Survival. This 1984 play was the first American production to focus on the emerging pandemic. Robert went on to start in the debut production of the Thorny Theater: After Eleven by Victor Bumbalo. Robert has also worked on Kevin Williamson’s Hidden Palms television series and the motion picture Next, starring Nicholas Cage. At the Annenberg Theater in November, 2012, Robert starred in a collection of nine one-act plays assembled under the title, Standing On Ceremony – the Gay Marriage Plays. The show was previously produced in Los Angeles and New York.
Robert's writing credits are equally extensive. He's the author of four books, including the 2007 memoir Postcards from Palm Springs and its 2012 sequel, Hollywood or Lust. In 2013 he will be starring in the 13-episode syndicated reality television series, Golden Gays, filmed entirely on location in Palm Springs in 2012. His writing background is equally extensive, including hundreds of freelance articles, and stints as a columnist for the San Francisco Sentinel and Bay Area Reporter. In over 25 years of newspaper journalism Robert has never missed a deadline.