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Welcome to Cafecito Break's Virtual Livingroom Space with your hosts Rosangel Perez and Ruthie Guten.
Our topic today is "Finding Your Soul Tribe" with Special Guest William Jaguar Paw
Questions we will explore: What is a tribe? What is a Soul Tribe? Are there differences between blood family, friends, and soul tribe members? How can one connect with a soul tribe member?
About: William Jaguar Paw is a spiritual activist that started his spiritual studies back in the late 80's where he obtained his ministers license from Believers School of Ministry, and since, has gone on to expand his studies into both Eastern and Western philosophies, with inspiration from such noted individuals as Alan Watts and Ram Dass, to Eckhart Tolle and Wayne Dyer. He is now currently furthering his studies at the Spiritual Living Center and the School of New Thought/Science of Mind, under spiritual teacher/ author/ speaker, Dr. David Ault.
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As a special feature show to celebrate the month of Pride, please join Annette Brent as she interviews CEO & Founder of Rainbow Fashion Week - E. Jaguar Beckford. Rainbow Fashion Week is "An Official New York City Pre- Pride Fashion Show Event, bringing you 8 Days of QUeer fashion highlighting the art of fashion with the LGBTQ community in mind. This year it will take place from June 19th to June 26th.
Last year, Rainbow Fashion Week attracted over 25,000 queer and gay friendly attendees and showcased queer designers, photographers, models, make-up artist, stylist ,merchants, retail buyers and thus increased access for Gay Fashion Designers, and other supportive talents to ensure their future inclusion within New York’s creative pool.
Hear about the events that are planned for this year's attendees and something new that has never been done before in the LGBTQ fashion world. Coach Annette Brent and Jaguar will be discussing the debut of Metamorphic Corner, a vision that Jag had last year that has now grown into a collaboration called "Metamorphic Corner". Metamorphic Corner is a convergence of the world of social responsibility and fashion, inspiring people to come away from Rainbow Fashion Week feeling good about themselves on the inside and out. So if you're curious to hear about what Rainbow Fashion Week is all about, how it came into existence and want the 411 on all the upcoming creative and unique themes, runway events, pop-ups, soical topics and more that are coming your way this year be sure to catch this show.
Jeremy "The Impact" York proudly brings you this week's Jaguar Zone (formerly The Pounce)! So much is going on in Jacksonville this week such as the groundbreaking technology used for a special new test for athletes, how much faith is in Brewster, new open camp dates, DC Babich weighs in on the Defense this year, awesome events at EverBank Field in the upcoming months, and all the details on the Bud Light sponsored Jacksonville Jaguars Draft Party at EverBank Field!
Terri Lyne Carrington is a three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning recording artist. Terri Lyne arranged and produced Natalie Cole’s last commercial recording of Duke Ellington’s “Come Sunday,” which is featured on Terri’s current album, The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL. “Come Sunday” was originally made popular by Mahalia Jackson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ghDepit6iQM
“A Date with Destiny” is designed to help motivate, inspire and EMPOWER you to live your life in the highest context of love, peace and joy! It will help you to take a closer look within yourself and discover the great, “I AM” that dwells there. It will help you to have a better understanding of the Laws of the Universe-“God’s Laws,” and how it was designed just for YOU to have all you could ever want.
Tune in for a "Night of Jazz" and listen as we discuss with Terri, The Mosaic Project: LOVE and SOUL that features Natalie Cole, Chaka Khan, Oleta Adams, Jaguar Wright, Valerie Simpson, Nancy Wilson, Chante Moore, Lalah Hathaway, Ledisi, Lizz Wright and more.
#BGEPresents @paulkostick with host @jiggyjaguar
"REASON TO LOVE"
Paul Kostick is a singer-songwriter based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. After performing everything from punk rock to sacred music, Paul found his niche in acoustic pop. Pairing straightforward lyrics with guitar-driven tracks, he aims to create music that serves as an honest soundtrack for real life, ventures into dark places, but ultimately rediscovers hope.
Since his debut in public performance at the age of fourteen, Paul’s ease in front of an audience is evident. The solo artist gained initial recognition after the release of his first EP, Corners, in August of 2012.
His single “Reason to Love” is inspired by the belief that real, true love exists and is worth pursuing. It poses the question, “Why do we love?” or more exactly, “Why don’t we love? What would happen if we all ‘gave love’?”
Songwriter, singer, recording artist, documentary producer, television personality, motivational speaker-these are just a few of the many colored hats that Benita Hill wears on her creative journey.
The former background vocalist for the Allman Brothers has written number one songs for Garth Brooks ("Two Pina Coladas" & "It's Your Song") and her songs have been covered by artists in multiple genres-the legendary Isaac Hayes, gospel jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum, country songbird Crystal Gayle and many more.Her music has appeared in Broadway musicals, television and radio commercials (she’s the voice of “Santa Baby”for Jaguar Automobiles) and she has released six critically acclaimed CDs of her original jazz/pop inflected songs.
Three of her songs,co-written with Julia Rich,are performed worldwide as part of the Glenn Miller orchestra’s standard repertoire. Most recently, her documentary The Healing Power of A Song premiered nationally on the Blue Highways television network.She also tours with a seminar of the same name, encouraging others to pursue their unique creative voice by following the music of their hearts.