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Join me for my Play by Play Broadcast of the Barbourville and Williamsburg 13th Region Semi Final Game at the Arena in Corbin, KY.
Can Clay County make it three regional championships in a row, or can Williamsburg get to the State Tourney in basketball as it did in football this school year? Take a listen to my play by play account of this battle to go to Rupp Arena in Lexington. This game will be live at the Arena in Corbin, KY.
We will bring you all the super savings prices from all the vendors at the Supreme Flea Market @3302 Williamsburg Rd.in Richmond ,Va.23231. We will play some jazz,&blues to.
Yes, animals do feel and express deep emotions just like their human counter-parts. They become depressed when a companion dies and mourn for their loss. See http://www.deathofmypet.com for more information.
Many experts (myself included) agree that animals, birds and other animals feel their live deeply. This isn't a new topic. In fact, Charles Darwin wrote about animal emotions way back in 1872. His studies were on dogs who grinned and monkeys who chuckled when tickled.
Pure Joy in Animals
Just now, our dog Rosie heard my husband say "Think I am going to take the dog on a walk in the sunshine." Rosie went from a solid sleep to bouncing with joy and anticipation. Was our dog grinning? Oh yes, she was one happy camper. She knew that a walk in the sunshine meant a trek to the river and an opportunity to play in the leaves and chase sticks and snap at flies and all sorts of wonderful exciting times with her "fur family."
Barbara King, professor of anthroopology at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA says: "Tody, after thousands of years of friendship, there is a great deal of attunement between humans and dogs, not only in terms of comprehension of each other's gestures and body language but also emotionally."
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You are invited to join our community of kind, thoughtful people who have respect for all creatures, two and four legged, at www.deathofmypet.com You can claim your free book there as well at www.ILOVEPETSTORIES.COM You will always be glad you did.
Welcome to Cafecito Break's Virtual LIving Room space. Join Rosangel Perez and Special Guest Pastor Ben as they speak about "Finding Faith In Dark Times.
About Pastor Ben:
The Rev. Ben Mckelahan is an interactive artist, fairy tale writer, and Lutheran Pastor. Since he stumbled upon Lutheranism and Theatre of the Oppressed, Ben has been fascinated with how to use art and games to create a community that embodies God’s unconditional love. A west coast native, Ben graduated from Reed College in Portland, OR and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA. He very much enjoys serving the southside of Williamsburg, a neighborhood which, like him, is trying to reconcile its Anglo and Latino identity. Ben serves as the pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.
Pastor Ben Hosts a monthly community gathering called, "Voices of Brooklyn". Learn more: http://parablesnyc.org/
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Rob Floyd will be speaking about the Wiliamsburg Film Festival and his upcoming interview with Dick Warlock !!
Personality Speaking radio show welcomes Alton and TaShawnda Jamison to discuss "A Forgiving Personality". Is forgiveness difficult for you? Do you harbor pain and the disappointments from your past? Do you want to forgive others, like Christ forgave us? Join us as we discuss the tools to help you forgive the people who have hurt you. Forgiveness is difficult however it is important to put you on the path of healing. This episode airs live on Thursday, July 30, 2015 at 8:00 PM EST. Get your questions ready because we will have the lines open to take your questions. Call into the show on 929 477-1876 (Press 1 to comment or to ask a question) or log onto blogtalkradio.com/Personality Speaking to post your questions/comments in the chat room. Don't miss this dynamic duo who will shed some light on forgiveness and how it can set you free.
Bio: Alton and TaShawnda have been together for almost 18 years, 12 of which they have been married. TaShawnda was Alton's math tutor in college and they have been together every since. Currently, they are the Pastors of Real Life Ministries in Chester, VA. They have two children, and reside in Williamsburg, VA.
Be sure to follow me on www.blogtalkradio.com/PersonalitySpeaking to receive future show updates. To purchase a personality assessment and receive a free 15 minute consultation to go over your results go to http://www.beyondtwollc.com/services.html.
Hello Everyone! I'm your host Michelle Cornwell Jordan and my co-host Jamie White is also joining me. This evening we're having the opportunity to chat with the very talented Inspirational Romance Author Doris H. Dancy!
Doris H. Dancy In 2013, Dancy devoted a year to penning her first novel, Jagged Edges, a Christian Romance and has recently placed as finalist in the International Book Awards contest.. She has now completed the sequel to this Redemptive Love Series, and the publication of Shattered Pieces has been released. Through her writings, Dancy impacts readers of all ages and varied backgrounds with eloquent words, sound wisdom and biblical truths with the purpose of encouraging godly relationships. She is presently a book reviewer for PEN’Ashe Magazine, the co-host of the Words of Hope Radio Show, and was selected to participate in the Annual Williamsburg Book Festival.
She is a dedicated wife, mother and grandmother.
TUESDAY JUNE 9TH @ 9 PM EDT/ 6 PM PDT - ARCHIVISTS BET ON SEXY WITCHES - A Bi-Monthly podcast about Genre from a Geek Girl perspective. All things Horror, Science Fiction, Fantasy and independent film are just some of the discussions. CALL IN: (646) 716-9172
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Join THE SEXY WITCHES as they welcome DOC TERROR himself James Harris, of HORROR SEXY, as we discuss the phenomenon known as the Media Fan convention. We will also talk with attendees and programmers of Texas Frightmares in Dallas, Cinema Wasteland in Ohio, Fan Expo Dallas, and Joe Ripple himself, promoter and founder of Scares That Cares Weekend in Williamsburg Virginia!
Once again that is Tuesday June 9th @ 9 PM EDT!
Mackinac Island, named by Native Americans for its shape as a turtle, is a northern Michigan island made famous by the Christopher Reeve and Jane Seymour movie, "Somewhere in Time". Just as the Victorian-period movie reflected, Mackinac Island has maintained its old world charm. Many of the buildings reflect Victorian architecture and there are only two ways to travel around the 9 mile island--by bicycle or horse drawn carriage. Join World Footprints as wel explore the island by horse drawn carriage today.
There are only two ways to travel to the island from the mainland--small plane or ferry. World Footprints had the pleasure of meeting Chris Shepler of Shepler's Ferry on one such journey between the island and the lower peninsula of Michigan. Chris shared the imporance of his family's legacy and Shepler Ferry's philanthropic mission. Chris also gave Tonya and opportunity to play Captain as she navigated the waters of Lake Huron at the helm.
Finally, World Footprints had a chance to meet representatives from a number of East Coast destinations at a Society of American Travel Writers (SATW) conference. We did a bit of speed dating with each travel destination to discover the special things that each offers to travelers. Pack your bags and stay tuned to see what adventures await.
Holland was born and raised in Hollywood, California, and currently lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It was not uncommon for the entire clan to spend holidays, birthdays and other important life events together. Holland’s father is a jazz musician. He plays a haunting and beautiful alto sax. As a child Holland used to love watching his father play. Some of his fondest memories are of nights spent in all-night jazz clubs till the wee hours of the morning watching him pour every inch of his soul into his glorious sax. His mother, Keithe, is an avid reader. Holland’s childhood was filled with jazz, rock and roll, art and an endless stream of books. But there was also his love of baseball. Holland’s dad signed him up for the Hollywood Little League when he was eight years old. Baseball came easily to him. Hailing down flies beneath huge summer skies, watching the ball explode off his bat and disappear into a tiny dot. He soon learned that this was a game filled with poetry and miracles, an inch being the difference between failure and success.
Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173
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Al Diaz and co-host David Hancock share their insights on What Does It Take to Become a Prestigious Business Leader.
Thursday, April 30th 11am PST
David Hancock is the Founder of Morgan James Publishing and chairman of Guerrilla Marketing International and has co-authored twelve books including "Guerrilla Marketing for Writers", "The Entrepreneurial Author" and "Performance Driven Thinking".
NASDAQ cites David as one of the world’s most prestigious business leaders and is reported to be the future of publishing.
David also serves on the Executive Board for Habitat for Humanity Peninsula & Greater Williamsburg. And is Chairman of the Board of The National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence.
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