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H.I.V.E. continues to attack parts of the city, most recently destroying money meant for the city bank. Diggle gives Oliver information that H.I.V.E. murdered his brother Andy because he was criminal competition. The team heads to the research lab to locate a chemical they believe is being used by H.I.V.E. The team is attacked by Darhk's group, and Diggle discovers that Andy is still alive and working for H.I.V.E. The team tries to get Diggle to recognize the positive, but he refuses to see Andy as anything more than a traitor and unworthy of saving. The team believes Andy is being mind-controlled and locate him and the rest of H.I.V.E. The team successfully extracts Andy with help from Ray and his ATOM suit. After an encounter with Darhk, Thea learns that his powers may help cure her bloodlust permanently, after Darhk failed to drain the lifeforce from Thea.
As Oliver works on his campaign, Felicity continues searching for Ray with the help of Curtis Holt. Ray is able to send a new message, letting Felicity know that he survived the explosion because his suit successfully shrank him down to the size of a pea, that he is being held prisoner, and where to find the schematics to build a device to return him to his right size. In a second message, Felicity discovers that Darhk is the responsible for imprisoning Ray, hoping to get the technology from his suit. As Curtis works on the device, Darhk threatens to hurt Felicity if Ray does not give up his technology willingly. The team tracks Darhk to his hideout and with the device created by Curtis they successfully save and restore Ray. Meanwhile, Sara struggles with the bloodlust and decides to leave Star City to gain control. In flashbacks, Reiter sends Oliver on a search for another ancient ruin that is supposed to yield a "gift" for Reiter.
Oliver discovers Sara is alive when he investigates recent murders. With Felicity's help, they determine that Sara, who is still not herself, is looking for Thea and plans to kill her. Sara attacks Thea, who manages to escape. Later, the team captures Sara and Oliver calls an old friend, John Constantine, to help restore Sara's soul. Meanwhile, Darhk gives Captain Lance a new task to install a computer virus in a security company. Diggle goes along and sees his brother's name among the list of individuals being deleted by the virus. Later, Felicity learns that Ray is still alive, and Diggle learns that his brother was killed because he was a drug cartel leader. In flashbacks, Conklin brings Oliver to Reiter, who dismisses Oliver as a spy. Instead, he introduces them to recent captive John Constantine, who escapes and forces Oliver to help him locate a mystical object on the island. After, John warns Oliver after Reiter's real plans, and uses the object to cast a spell on Oliver for his protection.
LAUREL DEALS WITH THE AFTERMATH OF NANDA PARBAT — Laurel (Katie Cassidy) must deal with the repercussions of taking Sara (guest star Caity Lotz) to Nanda Parbat. Meanwhile, Oliver (Stephen Amell) asks Captain Lance (Paul Blackthorne) for a favor and while he’s not surprised at the response, he is surprised at what he finds out next. Lexi Alexander directed the episode written by Beth Schwartz & Ben Sokolowski (#405). Original airdate 10/28/2015.
What being a dream catcher means to me. To me it’s a person who has faced adversity in the eye and no matter how dark or hard life has been to you, you pick up yourself by the boot straps and no matter how many times you were told no you instead go with gusto to live life again knowing that people like us who have walked similar pathways who are here to help you find your way but not to walk in your shoes but to help you find your Dream, likes and dislikes on your own!
Dream Cather’s is about discovering new ways to a better understanding of what it means to try to find yourself again after TBI and any other disability for all that matters because to say it loud and clear I just want ‘a be me no matter how hard life can be no matter what!!!
So Tonight we are going to be taking about what being a Dream Catcher not only means to me but asking you what it means to you hear live on Dream Catchers with Les Paul Morgan
Les Paul’s Dream
Hope, Help, and support
Native American Dream Catchers
Why are Dreams so Important
God gives us Dreams so use them
Discovering your Passions
Dream Catchers with LesPaul Morgan is a show about helping you understand that you hold the power to over come obstacles and barriers on Brain Injury Survivors Radio Network.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Celebrity Anna Grace Barlow.
Anna Grace Barlow is hitting the ground running. The actor, singer, and dancer, is currently awaiting the debut of her musical film, Relativity Media’s “Summer Forever” where she takes on the starring lead role of ‘Chloe’ alongside Megan Nicole and Alyson Stoner this August. The movie follows three long-time best friends that graduate high school and make a pact to make their final days the most epic of their lives before they begin their adult lives.
The movie is set to premiere at BeautyCon in Los Angeles July 11th!
Official Website: http://www.summerforevermovie.com/
THIS FALL: Anna Grace Barlow is currently awaiting the debut of her role as ‘Bethany’ in the FOX original series, “Scream Queens.” The highly anticipated horror-comedy created by Ryan Murphy and starring Emma Roberts and Jamie Lee Curtis is set to premiere this September.
More recently, eager fans can catch Anna Grace as ‘Daisy’ in the MTV series-adaptation of the iconic 1996 film, “Scream,” which will air late June. The series starring Willa Fitzgerald and Bex Taylor-Klaus pays homage classic production as a new generation of Lakewood youth come face-to-face with the town’s troubled past.
Returning to her theatrical roots, Anna Grace was asked to particispate in a lab of "The Untitled Prom Musical" as the role of 'Alyssa Green.' The musical lab was directed and choreographed by Tony-winning director Casey Nicholaw and costars Beth Leavel and Caitlin Kinnunas.
Laurel and Thea arrive in Nanda Parbat and request Malcolm, the new Ra's al Ghul, to use the Lazarus Pit to bring Sara back to life. He initially refuses, but in order to appease Thea he eventually agrees. When Sara returns feral, Nyssa destroys the Lazarus Pit in retaliation. An A.R.G.U.S. operative delivers Diggle information on the woman, Mina Fayad, that hired Floyd Lawton to kill his brother. Fayad also works for H.I.V.E., and meets with Darhk about the growing issue with the vigilantes in Star City. She brings in a metahuman hitman named Jeremy Tell, who can turn his playing card tattoos into physical projectiles. After Tell's initial failure, Darhk kills Fayad for challenging him. Diggle and Oliver team up and take down Tell, but get no new information on H.I.V.E. In flashbacks, Oliver is forced to use torture techniques to interrogate the prisoners, who are being used to harvest heroin-cocaine hybrid plants, after a parcel of drugs goes missing.
The team take out another Ghost operation, but Diggle feels like it is not enough and Oliver continues to worry about Thea's excessive aggression when taking out criminals. Meanwhile, Queen family friend Jessica Danforth puts a bid in as the city's new mayor. During her announcement she is attacked by Lonnie Machin, an anarchist for hire working for Darhk. While trying to locate Machin, Thea's aggressive behavior seriously injures a witness, which forces Oliver to reveal to her the warning Malcolm Merlyn gave him before he put Thea in the Lazarus Pit. The team goes after Machin, successfully stopping him, but Thea again goes too far and sets Machin on fire in the process. Later, Machin escapes police custody in route to the hospital. Laurel decides to take Thea back to Nanda Parbat to find a way to stop the aggression, while Laurel wants to bring Sara's body to the pit. Meanwhile, Oliver decides to run for mayor after Jessica backs out of the race. In flashbacks, Oliver infiltrates a local military operation run by a man namedReiter. Oliver feigns ignorance of the military operation, but Reiter decides to recruit him for his cause instead of killing Oliver.
Join us as we continue our literary journey with Pulitzer Prize-winning American author Willa Sibert Cather. Cather is an author known for her novels of frontier life on the Great Plains, works such as O Pioneers!, My Ántonia, and The Song of the Lark. She was celebrated by national critics such as H.L. Mencken for writing in plain-spoken language about ordinary people. All in all Willa Cather, is distinguished for her strong and sensitive evocations of prairie life in the twilight years of the midwestern frontier. Her poetic sensibility was in sharp contrast to the naturalistic and Freudian-influenced literary movements of her time. Tune in as we take a literary journey with Willa Cather. Stay tuned and keep it locked.
Imagine a book club built around your prayer life — with no reading required! Lori Strawn and her friend Alice Shelton discuss spiritual themes and questions from literature and poetry, then top it off with a prayer from the Prayables collection. Join us in our journey to find God between the pages of our favorite books. This week, Lori and Alice will discuss a quotation from Willa Cather's Death Comes from the Archbishop
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Sunday Morning Forgotten Gospel Songs
Brother Joe May, Jesus Knows
Clara Ward Oh My Lord, What a Time
When He Spoke
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Brother Joe May, Jesus Knows
Specialty records XSP-884 Written by J. Alexander
SP-884 written By J. Cleveland
Brother Joe May " Thunderbolt of the Middle West"
AllMusic Review by Cub Koda
Brother Joe May was the male counterpart to Mahalia Jackson, a full-voiced tenor of amazing range and power. Although he recorded prolifically for the Nashboro label for the bulk of his career, for the Specialty label.
Savoy Records 4206 A NYC, May 28, 1951
A: Oh My Lord, What A Time
The Ward Singers: Unknown (organ, piano) Gertrude Ward, Clara Ward, Henrietta Waddy, Marion Williams, Willa Ward Moultrie, Martha Bass (vocal group
B: Clara Ward when He Spoke
Clara Ward, Marion Williams (vocals) and others
NYC, May 28, 1951
Clara Ward (1924 – 1973) was an American gospel artist who achieved great artistic and commercial success in the 1940s and 1950s, as leader of The Famous Ward Singers.
Wells (Tom Cavanagh) presents Barry (Grant Gustin) with a life-changing choice. Dr. Martin Stein (guest star Victor Garber) and Ronnie Raymond (guest star Robbie Amell) return to help the S.T.A.R. Labs team with this final fight. Dermott Downs directed the episode with story by Greg Berlanti & Andrew Kreisberg and teleplay by Gabrielle Stanton & Andrew Kreisberg (#123).