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Barbara Walters defends Woody Allen, says what does his daughter accusing him of molesting her have to do with his Academy Award and his work.
Does Barbara Walters think Jerry Sandusky should still coach footbal?
The Movie Geeks speak with critic Tony Macklin about the films and ultimate legacy of writer/director Woody Allen. Including are discussions of some of Allen's most accomplished films, including Annie Hall, Manhattan, Interiors, Crimes and Misdemeanors, Match Point, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, and his latest Blue Jasmine.
You can read Mr. Macklin's insightful criticism at www.tonymacklin.net.
TV Analyst Jason Lamm
On Monday February 10th @ 9pmest we will break down The Woody Allen Molestation Claims Are they Credible ? Can Woody still be charged? Can he be Sued Civilly?We will also be covering the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman (July 23, 1967 – February 2, 2014) who was an American actor and director. He won the Academy Award for Best Actor for the 2005 biographical film Capote, was nominated three times for Best Supporting Actor and also received three Tony Award nominations for his work in theater www.sportsandmedia.com
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Chris Christie held children in traffic, Woody Allen trafficked children. BAM! Allegedy! ~ R. Kelly ~ Michael Jackson ~ Do you believe Chris Christie didn't know what was going on? ~ Is this just the start of the 2016 Election and Christie is just caught with his pants down? ~ Reason why Clinton is the best choice ~ If not Chris Christie then who? ~
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On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review six new films. We'll review Scarlett Johansson's new action film Lucy, Dwayne Johnson's Hercules, Woody Allen's Magic in the Moonlight, Philip Seymour Hoffman's A Most Wanted Man, Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton's An So It Goes, and Anna Kendrick's Happy Christmas.
Join me each an every Thursday night at 6:30pm for news, opinion, and personality on the latest and greatest in the amazing world of professional wrestling!
"Professional Wrestling is quite frankly the greatest, most exciting form of entertainment in the world. And there isn't a close second place." -Joe Allen
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Towanda M. Allen has spent 20+ years loving and caring for children. Towanda is dedicated to remind Mothers and Daughters of their true essence, how to love and care for themselves regardless of life circumstances. Her motto: "DREAMS come true! Stay prayerful, BE positive and keep moving!!"
Towanda joins us to discuss her new book:
I Am a Leader for a Great Tomorrow: An Inspirational Journal for the Next Generation
What if you had the tools and knew how to use them, would you be willing to improve not just your life, but the lives of your daughters?
Being a leader requires self-awareness and personal growth; if all leaders had taken the time for this very important journey, imagine how they could really change the world!
'I am a Leader for a Great Tomorrow' provides a journal for pre-teens and teens to walk through the journey of personal growth through inspiration, motivation and personal commentary by the Author. This journal is unique in that it asks specific questions related to each motivational subject (such as integrity) and asks the reader to write about how they enacted this characteristic in a particular moment of their day.
This is an excellent gift for any pre-teen or teen looking to make a difference in the lives of others as well as their own. For more information go to www.towandamallen.com and enjoy!
HBCU College Football is some of the best college football around. And, it is just a big in the Palmetto State of South Carolina. We want to broadcast that talent and that interest to the Benedict Tigers in a big way! We will feature Coach Woody live every Tuesday at 7pm. And, we will talk to other coaches and teams in the second hour of the show. Make sure to call in!!!
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There is a kind of loss that carries a special burden caused by the fact that the subject of the loss disappeared. There is no closure for the person grieving. This happens for grieving people like parents of missing children, families of MIA soldiers, or people with loved ones on Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 to name a few.
The grieving person experiences a roller coaster of emotions between hope and discouragement as they wait for "the disappeared" to come back. This grief has been called "ambiguous loss" and it is a very complex thing to work through. Just giving it a name and learning to embrace the unknown can help.
Benjamin is the author of Out of the Ashes, Healing in the AfterLoss. This book is about profound loss and forging a new path after his loved ones died.
Loss is a part of life, and we all deal it differently. When we give ourselves permission to lean into loss, this unique process of healing finds its own time and rhythm.
There are parts of the Afterloss that only you know and only you can travel, but every one who has experienced loss in one form or another knows the path has many footprints that can lead us into healing. We are not alone.
Your hosts Benjamin Allen and Deborah Brown will share their journeys through grief into healing and create a container for others to explore, define and lean into loss of all kinds.
We meet here and now on the path to the rest of our lives, at the intersection of Loss and Hope ... may we all be blessed by sharing what we have lived and learned.