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You've heard KaliSara and RevKess talk about it for weeks, even months. The ABC Book of Goddesses is now available. Selina Wolfcat will be joining RevKess and special guest host Kyrja to talk about the book and the process of creating this wonderful children's book. From concept to press, the journey has been a long one - but well worth it. Selina created the book with the help of illustrator Ann Tendler. See the Amazon listing or visit the Facebook page for Pagan Children's Books for more details and get a look at some of the art work.
Kyrja is the author of Rupert's Tales and organizes children's and environmental events in Florida. Kyrja, RevKess and Selina also expect to be joined by Rayne Storm, author of Elmental Tarot for Kids, and Ancient Amber, author of the Sunchildren series.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Natalie Alyn Lind. She will discuss her experience on ABC's The Goldbergs, and being homeschooled.
Natalie Alyn Lind, the oldest of the Lind sisters, grew up surrounded by the entertainment industry. Her mother is an actress who starred on the hit drama “One Tree Hill,” and her father is a producer. Being on set with her mother became second nature to her, and at a very young age, she booked her first guest role on the drama alongside her mom. While she was growing up, she spent a lot of time living back and forth between North Carolina and California, but the young aspiring actress didn’t mind. She knew being an actor just like her mom was something she was meant to do.
After Natalie booked the guest role on WB’s “One Tree Hill,” she continued on and booked a recurring role on the series Lifetime’s “Army Wives.” Shortly after that, the family moved back to Los Angeles and began to work immediately. Natalie’s charismatic spirit and determination shone at each audition, which landed her roles on Nickelodeon’s “iCarly,” Disney’s “Wizards of Waverly Place” and ABC’s “The Goldbergs.” Natalie recurs on the hit ABC comedy as ‘Dana Caldwell,’ currently in its second season. Her favorite role by far was working on CBS’ “Criminal Minds” because she has always had a passion for all things horror and suspense. Natalie has many upcoming projects in the works, including an upcoming Universal horror film, "Mockingbird."
ED TECH /SOCIAL STUDIES:Presenting THE WINNING TEACHERS OF THE ABC-CLIO 'THINKING OUT LOUD" GRANT
It must be Social Studies Day. ABC-CLIO's Stephanie Dixon helps me host three great teachers from Colorado Springs,Woodstock,GA and Scarborough Maine, just a half hour from yours truly. . Learn how they used their prizes to further learning in their classrooms and how you can be a winner too.
Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. Today, we're pleased to be joined by ABC Executive Nathan Varni. Nathan oversees shows like General Hospital and Once Upon a Time. We'll chat about that, how his career started, and anything else he'd like to talk about. This should be fun!
The Wrestling Lounge Welcomes Executive Editor of ABC Soaps In Depth Richard Simms to the show for a interview. Have a question for Richard call 773-897-6289 press 1 to be in the hosts view.
We have been touching on the events that shape our lives and this has been with the help of our News departments of the networks. From their early incarnations as newsreels on TV to the extravagant sets and non-stop coverage, we are looking into the Networks that bring us the headlines of the day.
Tonight, It's ABC News's turn.
Don't Touch that Dial, and we'll bring you the news of classic television.
We'll also give you the latest headlines.
The Total Tutor will interview Kailey Swanson. Kailey Swanson, a young country singer who is set to take over the Nashville country music scene. Kailey just released her newest single “Country Love Song” and will premiere the video on April 15th. The bright, upbeat tune captives listeners with its catchy, sing-along lyrics, for all those country music haters to change their minds. This is the debut single for Kailey independently produced, who has built her fan following from roles on popular shows such as Disney’s “Kickin It”, ABC’s “Mixology,” and the Sundance award-winning musical, “The Legend Of Beaver Dam.”
Kailey, who was born and raised in Las Vegas, grew up singing Loretta Lynn and Patsy Cline songs on her grandmother’s lap. Grandmother Swanson, a native of Kentucky, instilled a love for southern gospel and country music in the pint-sized songstress, which influences her songwriting to this day. When Kailey was nine years old, she booked her first professional performance and was cast in the American Girl Revue at the flagship American Girl store in Los Angeles. She continued to book film, TV and theatre roles, and began writing music inspired by her experiences.
Welcome to the relaunch of the RINO Hour of Power, with your host Rick Moran. After a brief hiatus, RHOP is back with a slightly different format and bigger and better guests.
To help me kick off the new RINO Hour of Power, I've recorded a two-part conversation with my brother Terry Moran, chief foreign correspondent for ABC News. We'll have a free wheeling discussion about the world, the state of journalism, and Terry's remarkable career. Part Two of the conversation will air on next week's show - June 3 at 8:00 PM Eastern.
Also joining me to discuss current events will be Jazz Shaw of Hot Air.
We stream live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM Eastern Time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
SOCIAL STUDIES , CIVICS
ESEA REAUTHORIZATION & CIVICS
Returning guests all, NCSS's Susan Griffin and Michelle Herczog are joined by Ted McConnell, Executive Director for The Civic Mission of Schools
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TEACHING 'BIG HISTORY"
Social Studies teachers and Curriculum Directors , we have Professor Bob Bain from THE BIG HISTORY PROJECT at The University of Michigan..
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