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Our guest, Dr. Carla Hayden, will talk about how The Baltimore Public Library System was a pillar and a fixture of and for the community. The library system displayed how libraries still remain relevant in an age where "some" people's perception of the library denotes a fade to black, whereas others are witnessing and experiencing a palpable change in resurgence. Dr. Hayden will share and elaborate on her library spaces and specifically, the "Pennsylvania Branch" on how this particular branch played a major role in the protests and demonstrations of Baltimore. In essence, how the city's library space matters!!
disaster management in relation to civil unrest
new operations or implementations are you planning or is forthcoming in result of the Freddie Gray situation or just in general
libraries and popular culture
image and perception of the library before and after demonstrations
Snake expert, magician, and creator of a unique healing technique called Zero Point Integration, the multifacted Daryl Sprout joins Teal Gray Worldwide Radio show hosts Teal Gray, Tui Snider & Jonathan Emmett for a lively discussion.
Daryl Sprout – Zero Point Integration
A Reiki Master by 2010, attunements to Karuna, Kundalini & Zero Point led Daryl to the exciting discovery of a hybrid he calls Zero Point Integration, which creates the alphabiotic effect without the physical moves. Very gentle and non-invasive, this work is incredibly fast , the experience is both palpable and profound for anyone who participates, even in a group setting – and is unaffected by distance.
Daryl Sprout - Snake Encounters:
After many years of doing talks at the Dallas Nature Center, word of mouth grew to the point that Daryl began Snake Encounters in 1993. Daryl's collection of beautiful, patient animals meet his strict criteria of docility, gentleness and distinctiveness. Many of the animals seen can be touched and interacted with at the end of the show.
With the timing of a stand-up comic, the stage presence of a seasoned actor, and accomplished magician, Daryl does exciting, funny, fast-paced shows with high production values. Described as “The George Carlin of Herpetology,” the show IS educational, but the crowd is usually having too much fun to notice.
Are you ready for some football? Well, be sure to stop by the "House" on Thursday evening beginning at 7 pm for the annual NFL Round Table program, featuring discussions and predictions, on The Frat House Sports Show #203.
The guys are looking across the entire NFL landscape as training camps open and all 32 teams have high expectations for the 2015 season. The off-season was far from quiet for many teams, players and NFL executives however, and the discussions touch on some of the more notorious stories and scandals, as well as which franchises appear to have made improvement "on paper". Is your team positioned to move up or head south? Be sure to weigh-in with your thoughts, too.
Yep, the optimism at this time of year is palpable with some "new" coaches, young rookies and vested veterans signed up and preparing to throw down for at least the next 22 weeks. Of course ... not everything is smooth and not everyone is happy as news of suspensions, fines and appeals continue to bring negative attention to the "shield". Roger Goodell "the enforcer" can't seem to get out of his own way and his decisions continue to appear arbitrary at best, or wholly misguided at worst.
Also, the fellas find 20 minutes or so to explore recent stories from NHL & NBA headlines, including how realignment could look with 8 divisions of hockey (really?), why did Lou "leaf"? and Adam Silver's 'elite 8' concept for hoops playoff action in '15-'16. Get in the "House" and give 'em a call to: 347-826-9964.
in Self Help
This show was spontaneously driven on a day when Lynn was overbooked and refusing to get overwhelmed. The show starts off with a reminder of the importance of taking time for yourself with a walk through of honoring that process. Get to know a little about your hosts and how they stepped into doing the work they do. Listen to the show to see if you feel the palpable differnce in energy from the beginning of the show to the end. Take a little time to yourself.... it can work wonders!
Goddess Alive Radio is delighted to welcome sacred storyteller, sacred conversationalist (!! I love this), Ronna Detrick on Saturday, June 8 at 8pm eastern. I have been following Ronna online for some time and I am simply enraptured by her abilities to reclaim the matrilineage of ancient texts and ignite these sacred tales for women again. Ronna's passion is palpable and we will be gathering with her in sacred space to delight in her divine tellings. See more on RonnaDetrick.com
Tune in Saturday, June 13 at 8pm eastern!
Goddess Alive Radio is the weekly Blogtalk Radio show for the MotherHouse of the Goddess and is hosted by Kimberly F. Moore, Founder and Priestess of the MotherHouse of the Goddess. We focus on topics about Women’s Empowerment, Alternative Medicine, and Living Mythology – how the Goddess is moving through our lives today. Priestesses, Practitioners, Healers, and Shamans will be joining us to discuss their practices and experiences with the Goddess. Every month, we hold an online meditation to connect with Goddess energy just prior to the Full Moon and New Moon in our Goddess Moon Meditations.
In 2001, our Senator, Danial Kahikina Akaka, during a May 1 address, said, " 'May Day is Lei Day' in Hawaii. Lei Day is a nonpolitical and nonpartisan celebration. Indeed, its sole purpose is to engage in random acts of kindness and sharing, and to celebrate the Aloha spirit, that intangible, but palpable, essence which is best exemplified by the hospitality and inclusiveness exhibited by the Native Hawaiians -- Hawaii's indigenous peoples -- to all people of goodwill."
A lei is not just flowers strung on a thread. A lei is a tangible representation of aloha in which symbols of that aloha are carefully sewn or woven together to create a gift. This gift tells a story of the relationship between the giver and the recipient. many things can make up a lei. One can string flowers, seeds, shells, or berries into a lei. One can weave vines and leaves into a lei. Once can weave words into a poem or song, which is then a lei. The ultimate expression of a lei is kamalei - the child which represents the intertwining of aloha between the parents.
Today's program is our Lei Aloha to you for supporting Da Coconut Wireless and assisting us to Spread The Aloha around our World! Hoihoi na Aloha Mele ... enjoy the great music!
Three extraordinary women who have made their marks on the pop, R&B and disco charts have joined forces for the first time: Martha Wash, Linda Clifford, and Evelyn "Champagne" King. They come together as a powerful force known as The First Ladies of Disco, a moniker inspired by a recently published book of the same name, compiled by author James Arena, in which many disco pioneers tell their stories. The vocal power of this new ensemble is unsurpassed, and their style and energy meld perfectly on their debut single, "Show Some Love." "The love I've had for these incredible women for so many years is certainly reflected in it," says Clifford, famous for the classic "If My Friends Could See Me Now." Wash, known the world over for the floor-filling "It's Raining Men," adds, "What I liked about 'Show Some Love' is that the song and its cross-genre appeal gave all of us a chance to use our talents and range in an uplifting song that I know is going to inspire!" King, who scored the hit "Shame," agrees, saying "This song has a wonderful message that is extremely relevant to today's world, and I know many people are going to connect with it."
"Show Some Love" is indeed about love...in so many ways. The love I've had for these incredible women that I've known for so many years is certainly reflected in it. I am honored to sing with these ladies, and it's wonderful to experience the combination of our talents. I think the love we share each time we are together will be palpable. This song is about the love of family, the love that's been missing from so many lives, and the love we hold inside and are sometimes afraid to show. We are all excited to work together on this as well as future projects and to share our love with the world. I think people will feel it. - Linda
This week on The Last Voice For Liberty, join Lee Peer and Susanne Posel (http://occupycorporatism.com/ , http://crystalpurecbd.com/ ) welcome activist Edward Johnston to the show for an informative discussion on law, government corrupttion, and the sudden resignation of Oregon govenor John Kitzhaber amid an ethics scandal which could land both the former govenor and his fiancee in prison. As always, the best and most accurate information being brought to you, along with great music, palpable solutions, and the absolute truth! 1-347-855-8301, this is a can't miss show
Dauzat St.Marie is a Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter duo comprised of Mat Dauzat and Heather St. Marie. Their debut EP “Falling Again” is a collection of well-crafted tracks that showcase Heather’s intoxicatingly rich voice and the duo’s tight vocal harmonies, as well as the duo’s powerful songwriting chemistry. The sound is powerful and often quite raw, with focus on their two voices and only sparse acoustic instrumentation. This powerful and raw sound captured the attention of legendary producer and mixer Ryan Greene during Dauzat St. Marie’s debut performance at the world-famous Hotel Cafe. Greene assisted Mat in the production of “Falling Again” at the duo’s North Hollywood recording studio, and he would later mix the EP.
After a successful debut Hollywood show in January of 2014, Dauzat St. Marie embarked on 6 tours that took them all over the U.S. in 2014. No strangers to life on tour, their diligent road-dog touring style has fueled strong fan response and support. Their live show is intense and dynamic, and their strong messages and honesty create palpable connections to their audiences. Always perfecting and evolving their sound as they go back and forth between the road and recording, their fan-centered and do-it-yourself mentality has long been an aspect of their approach to music from the very start.
Dauzat St. Marie joins Take 2 Radio Music for a chat on 02/11 3pm Eastern time!
It's SDCC weekend and we've got all kinds of news and announcements! We've got our first look at Batman Vs Superman's Wonder Woman, Superman's Jedi outfit, an image of Vision from Avengers 2, some news on The Simpson's 25th year, and a new take on Manimal. We'll also be talking about Tekken 7, the Goosebumps movie, an Evil Dead TV series, and Hot Tub Time Machine 2. Plus, we've got more tech news and the announcement of the biggest crossover event of the year: Planet of the Apes Vs Star Trek! Give us a call during the live show at 323-693-3811 and don't forget to check out our website http://www.twhsmedia.com!
Daryl Sprout will discuss what He'll be sharing during Unity Fest, Saturday, March 21st in Glen Rose, Texas!
Immersed in metaphysics since the age of 19, Daryl Sprout gravitated early toward energy work. After early exploration with acupressure led to shiatsu, jin shin do and polarity work, he received his first healing certification in Alphabiotics (a holistic cousin of chiropractic that demonstrably reunites the hemispheres of the brain) in 1990. A Reiki Master by 2010, later attunements in Karuna, Kundalini and Zero Point led to the exciting discovery of a hybrid he calls Zero Point Integration, which creates the alphabiotic effect without the physical moves. Very gentle and non-invasive, this tech is incredibly fast and creates a demonstrable improvement in structural, energetic and emotional balance that tends to help dramatically with, essentially, everything. The work is both palpable and profound for anyone who participates, even in a group setting.
Welcome to “Happiness Index”, in our last episode, our conversation was on Mindful Practices: Journey to Joy. In light of the fact that today is Christmas, our focus is on the importance of the celebration and its implications for us, personally, our family, friends and community. Christmas has nothing to do with the things that we can acquire. Its focus is really not on the haves and the have-nots. It’s true focus is on love and our ability to tap into our love essence and recognize that our essence is love.
This Christmas let us apply mindfulness practices to truly participate and become the spirit of the season. This show is about being happiness and truly celebrating the season by making it a season for all times. One might ask. What is Mindful Practice? How does mindfulness leads to happier life in an age of chaos? We have the Holiday season to remind us. We are closing the days of Hanukkah, celebrating Christmas today, tomorrow we move into Kwanzaa and Kwanzaa ends on the first day of the New Year, 2015. Today is Christmas Day. Let Christmas show us the way. Let us remember that now is the only time there really is.
The moment we have been waiting is here. Today is the day of Christmas! Today is to make merry and to ignite happiness. Our focus and conversation is on the gift of Christmas: A Path to Happiness!
Conceptually, Christmas celebration started as a result of an event that took place two thousand years: the birth of Jesus. In essence Christmas is a gift to mankind. It is telling that on this day, the celebration ignites such happiness that one can only reason that the birth of Jesus was the gift. There is a sense of urgency and shared genuine peace and love everywhere. The strong need to share peace, love and happiness is palpable.