SORT BY Relevancy
Hello everyone this is your PLUSSIZESEXYDIVA!! and that's right I am back; after being absent for a few months due to serious health issues; but God is tooooooo good and He is the highest physican. With that being said thank you to all my fans who checked on me via phone calls, text messages, emails, cards/letters, prayers and spoke kind words thank you.
CODE of WOMEN, SISTERHOOD. What are the CODES that we as women live by? My guest Sylvia Wilson the director, the producer, the writer of Plus Size Diva's The Movie & Play will join me on this topic and I'm excited to hear what she has to say about it.
During this live episode of the Code Red! radio show, host Alfred McComber's guests will include Douglas W. Colbert, Jr., who is the author of the brand new quick read book entitled, "The PIP Guide" available on Amazon.com. The guide which specifically deals with "Police Interaction Procedure" is a new valuable resource that helps educate both men and women about interacting with law enforcement officers across America.
Douglas will visit the show live to discuss the guide and provide some important tips and situational advice that could be extremely beneficial if you are ever stopped or have an encounter with police officers.
Later in the broadcast, Alfred will be joined by Personal Defense Expert & Nutritional Coach Jennifer Cassetta who is also the co-author of the brand new book, "Hear Me Roar." Jennifer specializes in helping women across America increase their self confidence, their health and their personal security.
Jennifer will be stopping by the show to discuss the ABC's of personal security and safety for women and she will also provide some very important safety tips that could just save your life!
During this live episode of the Code Red! radio show, Host Alfred McComber's guests will include Gail Moraton, Business Resiliency Program Manager with the Insurance Institute For Business & Home Safety (IBHS). Gail will stop by the show live to talk about the importance of having business preparedness plans in place before natural and man-made disasters happen and her organization's FREE comprehensive business continuity planning toolkit named, OFB-EZ.
The toolkit and its recommendations have been included in two preparedness guides recently released by the International Economic Development Council (IEDC).
During this live episode of the Code Red! radio show, host Alfred McComber's guests will include Emergency Physician Dr. Ryan A. Stanton, spokesman for the American College of Emergency Physicians and he is also the Medical Director for Lexington, KY Fire/EMS. Dr. Stanton will be stopping by the show to discuss important safety tips to help keep children out of hospital emergency rooms this Halloween.
Also on the broadcast, we will be joined by John Breyault with The National Consumers League (NCL). John is the Vice President for Public Policy on Telecommunications & Fraud as well as the Director of NCL's Fraud.org website. John visits the Code Red! radio show live to talk about some of the major scams and frauds that are occurring both online and offline and what specific precautions you can take to avoid becoming a scam victim.
Later in the show, October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence affects one in four women during their lifetime. We are delighted that New York Times and USA Today Best Selling Author Dr. Sanjay Jain will visit the show live to provide some important insight to preventing domestic violence incidents and getting out of an abusive situation. Dr. Jain will also share some vital safety tips that could help save the lives of domestic violence victims.
The BARBERSHOP -
the g-code vs THE G-code. The code of the common vs. the code of the royalty
Jae Iglesia and Mr. Pearson walk through the Wrong G Code--the gangster code of ethics and honor that most young Black youths learn on the street; and compare it with The Real G Code--the Gentleman's code of honor that so few of them ever get to learn! We compare gangsters and gentlemen this Sunday--in The Barbershop
During this live Code Red! radio show broadcast, host Alfred McComber's featured guests will include Marietta Jelks, Consumer Action Handbook Manager with the U.S. General Services Administration's Federal Citizen Information Center in Washington, DC.
Marietta will be stopping by the show live to discuss her government agency's FREE Consumer Action Handbook as well as, "6 Tips from USA.gov for Keeping Teens Safe on Social Media."
It's also Fire Prevention Week and as a result, later in the show Alfred will be joined live by Brett Brenner, president of the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) in Arlington, VA who stops by the show to discuss the extreme importance of being proactive to help reduce electrical fire hazards and keep your loved ones, business and/or organization safe from fires.
Later in the broadcast, Dr. Jacqueline Danik, Associate Director of Cardiovascular Research And Attending Physician in the Department of Medicine at Mount Sinai St. Luke's (in New York) will visit the show live to share how you can become a "Heart Hero" during the month of October which has been designated, "National Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month."
Dr. Danik will share important insight about what sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is and how you could help save a life just by learning livesaving hands-only CPR and how to properly use an automated external defibrillator. Dr. Janik will also discuss Mount Sinai Health System's special SCA Awareness Fairs that are taking place in the New York City metropolitan area this month.
We all know the friend code and the lines that you do not cross when it comes friendships and relationships. But how far would you go when it comes to trust and your personal relationship? How close would you trust your friend with your mate? Join us Tuesday November 3 9AM EST as we discuss "The Friend Code"
I look at the truth of the Church and State relationship. Are they really separate, or operating all on the same side of the fence; just like Democrats and Republicans, with the illusion that they are different? How connected are they?
Code Interpretation allows me to share truth of things. It gives insights that allow for foresight and Divine wisdom. Forewarned is well armed. It allows us to stand in peace instead of getting wrapped up in the competition that sweeps us away and separates us from Divine presence. Here I look at compassionate ways to handle the ebbs and flows of life; and breaking the programming that is instilled in us from the moment we incarnate. Through this show, Code Connection, I delve into all the topics you want to know about, wonder about; and share with you ways to deal with what is happening in the world. While we do not want to focus on the negative heavy energy; we do want to know what it is about so that we can make wiser choices in our lives, and to hold the space of Divine energy instead of turning our power over to a few. Choice is our God/Goddess given gift; and it is important that we use it to be our own expression of the Divine essence; instead of being what we are told to be by those operating outside of the space of Compassion and disconnected from Divine self.
Clare Hedin: www.clarehedin.com
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Celebrity Bonnie Somerville Of Code Black.
Bonnie Somerville’s first major acting role was the lead in the television miniseries “Shake, Rattle and Roll,” on the Network. She went on to star in the comedy “In-Laws,” “NYPD Blue,” “The O.C.,” had a recurring role on “Friends,” and a lead role in “Golden Boy,” on the Network.
Her film credits include “Seven Below Zero,” “Fire with Fire,” “How Do You Know,” “The Search for Santa Paws,” “The Ugly Truth,” “Nobody,” “The Best and the Brightest,” “Fire with Fire,” “Cashmere Mafia,” “Kitchen Confidential” and “Grosse Pointe.”
Somerville grew up in Brooklyn, N.Y., and began performing in school productions at a young age. She attended Boston College as a theatre major and went on to study at the Lee Strassberg Theatre Institute in New York City.
She was discovered at the age of 18 singing in a nightclub in New York City, followed by a development deal with Interscope records as a singer/songwriter. She wrote and performed the original song “Winding Road” on the Garden State Soundtrack, which won the Grammy for Best Soundtrack of the Year in 2005, and she continues to perform in Los Angeles.
During this live episode of the Code Red! radio show, host Alfred McComber's guests will include Paul Purcell, Emergency Preparedness Expert and author of "Disaster Prep 101 - The Ultimate Guide To Emergency Readiness." Paul will stop by the show to provide important strategies for proper emergency preparedness during severe cold weather incidents.
Also during the broadcast, John Townsend, II Manager of Public and Government affairs with AAA Mid-Atlantic in Washington, DC stops by the show to provide important information and tips that can help keep you safe while driving in inclement weather. John will also discuss a checklist of important items to keep in your vehicle to help deal with winter driving situations and emergencies.
Later in the show, we will be joined by David Shimberg, Chairperson of the Contingency Planning Association of the Carolinas (CPAC) who will visit the show to discuss the upcoming 15th Annual CPAC Symposium taking place in Charlotte, NC on January 16-17, 2014.