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We are continuing our marathon of 80's horror this week at Slasher Studios Horror Podcast with a brand new episode tonight at 10PM central discussing the horror movies of 1981. Join Andrew Beirl and Kevin Sommerfield as they talk about the best and worst horror from 1981.
In 1981, Eastern Little League made history by becoming the first all-Black little league team to win the state championship and advance to the next level of tournament play in Florida. For this group of young players from Waco, the owrld was opening up before their eyes. From the feeling of victory to the first time flying, the lives these young boys lived would create a lifetime of memories. Tune-in as we gather them together, after 34 years to remember 1981. Audio from this episode will be used in the documentary titled "Eastern Legends" which documents the 1981 season and includes interviews aith League Board Members, coaches and players.
C.J. Vennard, radio host, TV talk show host and long time psychic, medical intuitive healer and channeler discusses how people are able to receive thier guidance and move on in their life to new adventures. Working in the spiritual field since 1981 she has been able to help people easily and quickly uncover their answers and to help them to trust they are going to continually get their answers in life.
Stephanie Martin, Yoga instructor, health educator, radio show co host joins C.J. with direct questions for C.J. with our guests really benefit from. Join us every Friday morning @10 AM pst.
Diane Corcoran, R.N., Ph.D. Col. USA (Ret) is the current (2012) president of the International Association for Near-Death Studies (IANDS) organization. She received her Ph.D in Nursing management from the University of Texas in 1981.
Corcoran became interested in near-death phenomena in 1969, as an army field nurse in Vietnam, when injured soldiers first started telling her about them. She left the military to pursue her doctorate at the University of Texas at Austin and to continue her interest in near-death phenomena-- particularly as experienced by soldiers and by children. Corcoran is a contributor to When Ego Dies: A Compilation of Near-Deathand Mystical Conversion Experiences and the lead investigator in the Combat Veteran NDE Project.
How can we come to understand the influence of Synchronicity in our lives and our world? How do our emotions influence the emergence of synchronicities? What do Jungian archetypes reveal? And how is the crop circle phenomenon related in mysterious ways? An expert in Jungian psychology, Gary S. Bobroff, M.A., is the author of the innovative book Crop Circles, Jung and the Reemergence of the Archetypal Feminine. Gary is prominently featured in the upcoming film Time is Art: Synchronicity and the Collective.
Gary is co-hosting the 5-week Sunday webinar series Jung and Sheldrake: Synchronicity & the Extended Mind beginning September 27, expanding our understanding of the mysterious nature of consciousness. Emerging from last year's SYNCHRONICITY: Matter & Psyche Symposium (produced and co-hosted by Gary), the webinar features new dialogues with expert Rupert Sheldrake, who has been exploring the scientific evidence for the extension of human consciousness in humans, plants and animals since 1981.
With a Master's degree in Jungian Psychology and a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Gary speaks and leads workshops internationally, recently appearing on Coast to Coast AM. He is the developer of Our Archetypal Nature, a popular course in Jungian Psychology. He has visited numerous crop circles in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States.
Gary's web site: GSBobroff.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.
Marla Gibbs, the actress who played Florence the maid on the TV sitcom "The Jeffersons." and starred on "227," has given a little back to the old neighborhood by opening Marla's Memory Lane (which is also known as Marla's Jazz Supper Club).
It's exactly what the name suggests, offering authentic old-time Jazz, Standards, and Big Band in a relaxed dining environment.
She opened the club in 1981 (although it's been around for over 60 years in one form or another.) Marla has managed to keep the place going despite financial difficulties, but since 1994, it has been open and closed sporatically. So you'll probably want to call ahead to be sure that something is scheduled. As of April 1999, though, Marla's offered a Jazz Champagne Brunch with live entertainment every Sunday ($17)
Over the years, the club has been a showcase for many up & coming African-American jazz artists. Some of the legends of jazz have played there over the last decade, including Big Joe Turner, Jimmy Witherspoon, Pee Wee Crayton and Albert Collings. In early May of 1995, the club hosted a two-day birthday bash for Marla (replete with live jazz), which was open to the public. It may become an annual tradition. (Her birthday is May 14, by the way...)
The place has a bar and showroom in the front room, and a dining room in the back with celebrity photos.
The only drawbacks are the club's unusual hours (it's open Sunday from 11 AM to 4 PM) and its location in South-Central Los Angeles. (Exercise reasonable caution.)
Echo Bodine first discovered she was born with psychic abilities and the gift of healing at the age of 17. Her abilities include clairvoyance (seeing), clairaudience (hearing), clairsentience (sensing), and clairgustance (smell). She took psychic classes for two years and practiced on friends and family for twelve years before beginning her full time practice as a psychic, healer and ghostbuster in 1979. In 1981, Echo began teaching classes on psychic development and spiritual healing. She has appeared on numerous national television shows including Sally Jesse Raphael, Sightings, Beyond with James Van Praagh, NBC’s The Other Side, Un-explained Mysteries, NBC’s Today Show, A&E, and Encounters. Paranormal Borderline did a feature story on her family, calling them the “world’s most psychic family”. Echo hosted her own cable TV show called New Age Perspectives for two years, and co-hosted the The Edge TV. She also had her own radio show on FM107 in Minneapolis for 3 years called Intuitive Living, and Paramount Pictures solicited her services for the promotion of the movie Ghost. From 2003 to the present Echo has been the director of The Center for Spiritual Development where she teaches numerous classes on spiritual development, living by intuition, ghost busting, psychic development and laying on hands healing classes. In 2010 she began doing on-line psychic development classes with instructor Leigh Hopkins of the Viva Institute in Brazil. Some of her books include, Look for the Good and You’ll Find God (2008), My Big Book of Healing (2009), The Little Book of True Ghost Stories (August, 2011) and What Happens When We Die (October, 2013) among many others. For more information go her website http://www.echobodine.com
Days of Our Lives - Dr. Miles Berman (August 21, 2006–December 29, 2006; October 9, 2007-March 12, 2008)
One Life to Live - Sam Rappaport (March 5, 1998–April 11, 2001)
Just for the Time Being - Plumber (2000)
'Til There Was You - Vince Dawkan (1997)
Another World - Michael Hudson (1986–1993, 1995–1998)
All My Children - Dennis "Denny" Benton (1993)
Bloodfist IV: Die Trying - Weiss (1992)
Challenger - Steven J. McAuliffe (1990)
Losin' It - Larry (1983)
Dynasty - Doctor (1981) (Three episodes)
Knots Landing - Paul Fairgate (1981)
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Growing up - Ensom meant that as we got older there were serious decisions to be made towards getting ahead in a ever changing culture who’s time had come for new faces in different places- 1981-1992 When visiting visas flooded the Reagan administration opened the gates even wider than ever - Ensom saw a disproportionate exit rate to the States- That being said many who were on the sidelines waiting to rise to prominence in Football, TT,NNetball and Cricket grabbed a spot held almost too long by the more established crew who although could have lived elsewhere stuck around - Thank got for small mercies as a core group maintained and guarded the flame …..moving no further than Eltham Park in a true show of Spanish Town Roots and Ensom PRIDE
When my time came in 1994 to migrate I had secured quarters near Sydnyham and I reluctantly exited the scene ..Long Live Ensom Past Present and Online
Former NFL San Fran 49er, George Visger had many concussions during his years playing organized football. His turning point came when he had a severe concussion during the 1981 Super Bowl season with the San Francisco 49ers in a game against the Dallas Cowboys.
George has good advice for brain injury survivors. “Turn your negative into a positive and touch people’s lives. Focus on your positives."
Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, an IED blast, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slips from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating.
But as Yogi Berra once said, “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” Life is all about choices!
To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.
Survivng Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com
Steven "Knuckles" Nuckolls, born June 9th 1981 at Reynolds army hospital in Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. He grew up in Lawton spending time between his parents' home in the trailer park and his grandma's house on the south side. He grabbed onto the street mentality and rap music at an early age. As a teen he became involved with drugs and drug dealing. At the age of 21 he was arrested and served 5 years in prison on 2 separate cases. While serving five years in prison Knuckles wrote songs about his life and his stay in prison. He also had seven poems published and was nominated by the International Society of Poetry for Poet of the Year. Since being released in 2008 he has turned his life from guns and drugs to seriously making rap music, taking his street name Knuckles to be his stage name. He writes and freestyles and enjoys all aspects of the genre. Some of his songs are written from life experiences and are from the heart, some are built off of wordplay and metaphors, while others are simply for the love of rap. He has been rapping since his early teens and has started taking steps into the industry through the persuasive talk of some of his family members who convinced him to take his music seriously.
The Real Delia & Mr. DLW will be discussing the Damniversary of the Michael Brown killing by Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson. We will discuss Damniversaries in general and expand the definition of the word which was coined November 19, 2013 on the 3rd Damniversary of the death of Shawntee` Scott (daughter of The Real Delia 12/22/1981 - November 19, 2010 RIP)
Immediately following The Real Delia Show is Let's Talk Sports hosted by Tony Smith? and the analysts from letstalksportsnation.com.
One of our success stories, here on the JKN, even though each show host is their own content supervisor within a guideline and responsible for their own shows, this “lady cab driver” not only works hard for her money, but works hard for her show. Started her show on Sunday, following the original THE WAY I SEE IT with Jay King the original show for this foundation, now on every Monday at 4pm
Then, it’s on like popcorn – LETS TALK SPORTS!! – they cover the universal world of game, and await your interaction – 347-205-9366.
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