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  • Lets Talk with Rachel & Bennet : Guest Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy

    in Pop Culture

    Huffington Post columnist Rachel Thompson and Critic/writer/columnist for Night Owl Magazine and Affaire De Couer Bennet Pomerantz discuss media topics with guests. Today their guest is the author of Cam's Witness Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy


     I close my eyes and conjure up the past, I can still smell that quintessential library aroma from the Washington Park branch library in my hometown of St. Joseph, Missouri. Although we visited the library year round, we spent more time there each summer with weekly trips and participation in the annual reading program. I learned early in life that summer was a perfect time to enjoy reading, one of my favorite pastimes.
    With the hot weather ongoing across Southwest Missouri, this summer has been a time for reading and revisiting some of the classics. I
    I've still made some stops at the local library and I've also dug through my extensive collection of books to find reading material this summer.
    While the temperatures soar outside, I've also taken advantage of Netflix to enjoy some classic and favorite films. I suppose it demonstrates my appreciation for the Bard but I've also watched the whimsical movie, Young Shakespeare In Love. While it's not nearly as historically accurate as the Burton novel, it remains a fun movie to watch. I especially enjoyed watching that time period come alive in glorious color on the screen.
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    We've also watched some older movies from the 1980's, movies I find I still enjoy. Everything from On Golden Pond to War Games has been on our entertainment line-up this summer.
    In the meantime, though, I'll be reading a few excellent books and watching some entertaining movies as I wait for cooler days and a return to the routines of autumn. As we all know, it will come sooner than we think.

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    Shirley Ann Honors and Celebrate Single Mothers With a Panel of Single Women

    in Christianity

    Today we are exploring the dynamics of being a single mother. Her panelist are a diverse and bring different issues to the discussion as professionals in the work force. Tonight we will discuss day to day life issues and their strong love for their children that empowers them to never give up on their children no matter what happens in ilfe. Shirley Ann will also share her journey when she was a single mother The listeners are challenged to discover and explore possible solutions for their realities from a positive perspective. We are here to help modify the gaps in our bridge in some cases.
    Disclaimer:
         The views expressed on The Shirley Ann Show hosted by Shirley Ann at blog talk radio are my own and do not reflect those of BlogTalk Radio, Youtube, other social media forms and speaking platforms. The content here belongs to the The Shirley Ann Show and it’s many contributors. Views and opinions expressed by all contributors belong to contributor and not The Shirley Ann Show and Shirley Ann the blog owner, host and etc .
         All data and information provided on this site is for informational purposes only. The Shirley Ann Show makes no representations as to accuracy, completeness, correctness, suitability, or validity of any information on this site and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses, injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis. The intent is to provide possible reliable solutions for individuals who are experiencing real challenges in life. Finally, the views expressed by any invited professional or unprofessional guest are their own views and perspective, therefore, your expressions and views participating as a listener are that of your own and not the No Hold Back Friday's: Ashamed Now Set Free or The Shirley Ann's Show. Let's get the show started.

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    NEW! CALL IN! FREE READINGS! PSYCHIC MEDIUM/PET PSYCHIC! ANN TURNER!

    in Spirituality

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    Ever since I was a child I have been able to communicate with animals.  Growing up on a farm in Jamaica in a very quiet, peaceful rural setting was the perfect place to tune in to my intuition, as I had no interruptions.  Being the youngest - my brother was 12 years older than me - I had the animals as playmates, so I learned to read their body language and feel their emotions at a very young age. 


    Now as an adult, I have gathered a few animal spirits around me to help with this work:  2 of them are horses I used to own that are now passed over, while the other is the spirit of the great Secretariat, who really wants to help competition horses here on the earth plane.


    I do the communication either in person - if the animal is nearby or, over distance with the help of a photograph.  This work is sacred and protected by the Archangels and Ascended Masters who help me.  The healing is happening for the owner as well as for the animal, since the energy is intertwined and the messages that come through are for both.

  • 00:31

    Overcoming the Symptoms of Destructive Management

    in Business

    Destructive management has been percolating in organizations for some time. Its adverse affects have become commonplace and too little is being done about it. Our guest, Shawn Murphy, will discuss his debut book, The Optimistic Workplace, which defines the symptoms and many antidotes to overcome destructive management; he will also share why and how to move towards building an optimistic workplace. 


    Shawn Murphy is an author, keynote speaker, and the CEO/Founder of the consultancy Switch + Shift. Connect with Shawn on Twitter @TheShawnMurphy and read his weekly Inc.com column, “Positive Business.”

  • 00:56

    B.B. KING: PRODUCER-DIRECTOR JON BREWER

    in Entertainment

    B.B. King, born Riley B. King, was one of the most influential and celebrated blues musicians of all time. From his roots as a sharecropper’s son, working in the cotton fields of Mississippi, he rose to become a living legend — the most renowned blues singer, songwriter, musician, and record producer of the past 40 years — earning the moniker “King of the Blues.” Wednesday, February 10, 3 pm ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show takes a look at the life of the King of Blues with rock and roll legendary manager Jon Brewer, the award-winning producer/director of American Masters: B.B. KING: THE LIFE OF RILEY, premiering nationwide during Black History Month on Friday, February 12 at 9 p.m. on PBS. Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman narrates and appears in the film.


    Director/Producer Jon Brewer is a well-established music & media industry veteran with a career in Music, Film and Television spanning 4 decades. He began in management with names such as David Bowie, Mick Taylor of The Rolling Stones, Alvin Lee (Ten Years After), Gene Clarke, Yes, and Gerry Rafferty before moving into publishing and the burgeoning video industry, where he was at the helm of the 3rd largest video distributor in the UK. Film Production soon followed. Ultimately he turned to making the most authentic series of music documentaries made with the full participation of the icons of Rock and Roll (The Classic Artists Series). He worked on B.B. KING: THE LIFE OF RILEY the film with King for two years. Filming was completed shortly before King passed on May 14, 2015.


    A conversation with Jon Brewer, music & media industry veteran and producer/director of the new American Master’s documentary, B.B. KING: THE LIFE OF RILEY Wednesday, February 10, 3 pm ET on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

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    #GMSbuzz on guests scheduled, midweek update & more!

    in Business

    GMSbuzz with Apostle/Prophet SB Barber. Feb 11 She's Back - Aqura Purdue & nurse Beulah Verdell, the Education raising special needs children. Feb 12 Gary Hines of Sounds of Blackness & hit single debut "ROYALTY", plus SOB Listening Party! Feb 13 The Jacksons - Tony & Clareta Haddon-Jackson interview. Feb 16 Sheila Ford-Murphy, CEO, Author and Principal Trainer - Mission To Mobilization & Dept of Health (DC) responds to Jan 26, President Barack Obama bans solitary confinement for juveniles & low level offenders. 


    Contact Info: 
    Sheila Ford-Murphy will be in studio http://www.missiontomobilization.com/


    Playlist: GS Dub (CMG) "Dance Like David"; Cortez aka Might "Feel Good"; Sounds of Blackness "ROYALTY" NRR 


    SBBMS definition of Best Resources are identifiable spiritual & natural suppliers of Resources to elevate & benefit an individual, a community, a nation.

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    Romance Wednesday with Fran Lewis

    in Books

    Join a panel of five authors who will discuss how they create their romance novels, their scenes and how they keep them within the limits of taste. Join me with Larry Farmer, Ann Yost, Marsha Casper Cook, Doris McCurry and Kathi Barton. Fran Lewis: MJ magazine

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    Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris

    in News

    The featured BlogTalkRadio broadcast of Westchester on the Level with Narog and Aris opens the February 10th broadcast day at the top of the 10am EST hour with Prof. Oren M. Levin-Waldman. his most recent article, PUBLIC POLICY: Progressivism is Really About Efficiency By OREN M. LEVIN-WALDMAN, Ph.D. Will be central to Wednesday's discussion


    www.yonkerstribune.com/2016/02/public-policy-progressivism-is-really-about-efficiency-by-oren-m-levin-waldman-ph-d


    Wednesday Co-host Dan Murphy, Rising Media Group Editor-in-Chief, and fellow Co-host Hezi Aris,  Yonkers Tribune   Editor, engage in discussion over hyper-local concerns from 10am EST.


    A quick 15-minutes in review of national and international news and analysis, from 11:30am, as time permits.


    Daniel Lipka, Yonkers Downtown Business Improvement District (B.I.D.) Executive Director speaks to the changing face of the Yonkers downtown and waterfront from 11:45am until the broadcast day concludes at 12Noon EST.


    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.


    Listen live or on demand: http://tobtr.com/s/8269235


     


     

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    NABWIC Talks Year End Tax Tips and Strategies with Dr. Revonna Mitchell

    in Women

    If you're like most business owners, you may just be getting around to getting all of your tax documentation and records to your accountant .  This is an important time of the year, so whether you've filed your taxes already, are just in the process, or just want to know how you can be better prepared next year, this short presentation with Dr. Ravonna Mitchell could help you save thousands of dollars that you can invest back in your business.  So join the conversation with our special guest:


    Dr. Revonna Mitchell
    Tax Tips and Strategies That Saves you Money


    Dr. Revonna Mitchell was born in Philadelphia but moved to West Palm Beach after nine years.  She lived in West Palm Beach for several years before leaving for college at Clark, Atlanta University. There she majored in Accounting and received her Undergraduate degree in Marketing and Finance and her PH.D in Finance.


    Dr. Mitchell is married with two kids, and balances family life with her entrepreneurial career as well.  She is a real estate broker but is also CEO and President of MTG Consultants. Inc., Xpress Taxes and Peach Realty, with offices in Atlanta and Riveria Beach, FL.  Their business is to keep you in business and help you maintain excellent records for the health and growth of your business enterprise.

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    Who We Got Wednesday- "Do Black Lives Matter In Media"

    in Motivation

    This week on Nick And Erik In the Monin, Nick and Erik will be addressing the question "Do Black Lives Matter In Media", but not alone. Nick and Erik will be joined by Race and Religion Activist Dr. Jon Pahl. Dr. Pahl earned his Ph.D. at The University of Chicago Divinity School, and since then has lectured or spoken at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, Princeton, Yale, Stanford and many other academic venues.  He’s been featured in a documentary film, Malls R Us, and has appeared on media outlets such as the BBC and ABC. He's the author, most recently, of the book Empire of Sacrifice:  The Religious Origins of American Violence--which includes a chapter on "The Slaveholding Religion--From Jarena Lee to Spike Lee."  Jon has written widely on topics of race and religion in America, and and he has been an activist on behalf of racial justice since his youth.  In his free time, Jon plays the sax with his jazz quartet and sits in with gospel choirs.  He's been married to his wife, Lisa, for 33 years--and they've been blessed to raise three beautiful children together.