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This week, Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Cairo, Egypt. We’ve been broadcasting at least once every year from Egypt since 1998. Tourism numbers are down drastically in Egypt, but, as a veteran traveler to the region, Peter argues that this is perhaps the best time to go! You’ll find hardly anyone at the pyramids, and while more than 300 boats usually travel down the Nile in Luxor, this year only about six are operating. Joining Peter will be John Boulding, CEO of Insight Vacations to discuss why his boat, the Tosca, is running—as business is slowly starting to improve.
A few ambassadors also stop by to give their situation report on Cairo and the rest of the country. Then, we go on a quick detour to visit celebrity Chef John Besh to talk about another city that knows all too well about recovery: New Orleans (especially as we near the tenth anniversary of Katrina). All of this and more during this week’s episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg from Cairo, Egypt.
A Discussion of Libertarian Politics in Delaware and Across the Nation, with a Little Bit of Music Thrown In, Just for Fun.
ZIRP, NIRP, and the War on Cash
New DMCA to Outlaw Home Mechanics?
More Than Just A Show
by Van Muller
We Go Down Fighting
by Suicide Denial
Podsafe music courtesy of Music Alley
We've got four great authors today, three who've been here before and one newbie, so I'll introduce him first. We are pleased to have CW Lovatt here, author of Siege of Louisbourg, and Adventures of Charlie Smithers, among others.
Welcome back JP Lane, author of international mystery, Tangled Web.
We also welcome back TL Jones, author of Jaded Visions and Jaded Feelings.
Last, but not least, political thriller author William Beck, author of Red 7 and Crosscurrents, among others.
We're going to have a great time, because we always do. Come laugh with us, listen to these amazing authors read excerpts from their books and talk about what inspires them to write.
How do you protect yourself from the hurts caused by others? Protection is very important to us physically, emotionally, and spiritually. We can choose to hide behind a wall of unforgiveness and bitterness, isolate ourselves, immerse ourselves in an addiction, or even slander others to keep a focus off our own sin and avoid intimacy with others and God. The flesh and Satan would have us fall for this pseudoprotection, not realizing the doors we are opening for the dark side to operate in our lives. Come tonight to the Healing River and learn about how we need not fear when we embrace God's healing and seek His protection over our lives.
Stephen shares with us his experiences with drugs and the realms explored while on them, a near posession and NDE that ultimately leads him to KS. Insights into his hands on experiences with true technique of manifestation. Stephen touches on the shadier side of people drawn to our KS group with alter motives. (Krystal River Harmonies- 'Psonn-of-Jha-Yah-Gaian-Passage-Lullaby' lyrics- Ashayana Deane /Copyrighted)
After accepting a dare, 21-year-old Thonie Hevron tested and was hired by San Rafael Police in 1973 as a Parking Enforcement Officer. That was 35 years ago. She writes like she thinks: like a cop. Her first book, BY FORCE OR FEAR won third place in the Public Safety Writers Contest 2012. INTENT TO HOLD won first prize at the "Police Blotter" contest by Oak Tree Press in November, 2013 and third prize at the Public Safety Writers Contest 2014.
Betty Jean Craige grew up in El Paso, went to Pomona College for a B.A. in Spanish Literature and to the University of Washington for an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, spent a formative year in Madrid, and then in 1973 came Athens, Georgia, to join the faculty of Comparative Literature at the University of Georgia. After thirty-eight happy years at the University of Georgia, she retired in 2011 as University Professor of Comparative Literature and Director of the Willson Center for Humanities and Arts. Along the way she published seventeen academic books in the fields of literature, literary translation, art, and history of ideas, including the biography Eugene Odum: Ecosystem Ecologist and Environmentalist. Her novel Downstream is a murder mystery with an environmentalist message.
On Thursday, April 23, 2015 Red River Radio Tales from the Pages with Host Barbara Ehrentreu presents Janie Franz author of the The Bowdancer Saga, the Ruins trilogy, Sugar Magnolia, and The Premier. Janie is a long time friend of the host and also a fellow MuseItUp author. Also on the show will be Joseph Aquilino. This award winning talk show host and author of Roman Empire vs.America will be interviewing Barbara on his show, Author Nook Show at 3PM EST on Thursday: http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=137087&cmd=tc. Then he will be a guest on here. This is something new and we hope you enjoy it.
Writers get ready! When it comes to writing know-how, Bob Welch is a beloved speaker, author and teacher. He is a storyteller by nature and twice won the National Society of Newspapaer Columnists' highest award. Bob is the author of 17 books and more than 2,000 columns. Oregon Christian Writers is happy to announce Bob Welch as its Spring keynote speaker. Today Maxine and Jeannie will find out what it takes to focus our stories and stop sabotaging our writing efforts. For more information about the May 16th one-day conference in Eugene, OR, go to www.oregonchristianwriters.org.
Listen in or call in as ChabDog and Rene "I make all the right" Retts survey the situation in all-important Game 3, LAC-SAS.
Can the Spurs stick it to the Clippers in the ribs another time?
Will the Clippers walk the plank at the River Walk?
Can Doc find a solution?
Friday, April 24th 10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
Join Anthony and Luci as they try once again to communicate with one of the most infamous spirits in history - Lizzie Borden.
Lizzie Borden is best known for her arrest and trial for the 1892 axe murders of her father and stepmother. She was acquitted in 1893.
Born on July 19, 1860, in Fall River, Massachusetts, Lizzie Borden and her sister, Emma, lived with their father, Andrew Borden, and stepmother, Abby (Durfee Gray) Borden, into adulthood. On August 4, 1892, Andrew and Abby Borden were found murdered in their home. Lizzie was arrested and tried for the axe murders. She was acquitted in 1893 and continued to live in Fall River until her death, on June 1, 1927. The case was never solved.
Tune in an participate in what will be an exciting EVP and Ghost Box session with the one person that can give us all the answers we are looking for.
Barry McGoey, president of I.A.F.F. - Local 628 speaks to Host Hezi Aris with respect to the 7th Annual Hogs 4 Hope River to River run from Montrose to Yonkers, New York taking place this Sunday, April 26th. Listen to the "featured" BlogTalkRadio show Westchester On the Level with Narog and Aris this Friday, April 24, 2015 to hear Mr. McGoey speak about the event from 10 to 10:30am.
Senate Democratic Conference Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins attends the program from 10:30 to 11am to present her insight into the unique economic development foray to Cuba a few days ago and also to discuss the funding allocations and process that met the April 1, 2015 deadline Governor Cuomo demanded. Discussion about the school funding outcome and rumored additional funding outcome will be explored. View the audio/visual clip in which Senator Stewart-Cousins is heard succinctly making her statement over funding and education delivery on the floor to the State Senate...http://www.yonkerstribune.com/?p=26211
During the last hour of the broadcast day, Hezi Aris jumps onto the national and international news scene to analyze the latest events that impact us in Westchester County.
Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during this weekly radio time slot using or on our newly installed Chat Room place your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.
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