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This week, on Halloween, we interview our very special guest, Alaine Portner.
A gifted medium, yogi, teacher and spiritual
guide, Alaine Portner has been making a
difference in the lives of the community for the
past 30 years. Her ability to engage others with
compassion, humor and straight-to-the-heart
insight has provided her with a loyal following.
Her vision is to assist all of her students, both
male and female, in discovering their own
physical and spiritual energy through yoga,
meditation, insight and exercise.
Celebrity Link : Featuring 15 of jamaica's Reggae Music Child prodigy
Dennis Brown was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1957. Hailed as a child prodigy
Alaine – Many older Jamaicans will remember Alaine as the little girl with the angelic voice from the popular 1990s Victoria Mutual Building Society ad, but she had actually made her debut a few years earlier in the movie Clara’s Heart, starring Whoopi Goldberg and Kathleen Quinlan
Jimmy Cliff – Singer, musician, actor and all-around global superstar Jimmy Cliff began his illustrious career while in high school by entering a number of local talent contests. By the time he was 14, Cliff had released several hit singles
Beenie Man - ”Me a chat microphone from about ’79 – from Lee’s Unlimited an’ all Volcano time.” Beenie Man, as Moses Davis is more widely known, is a childhood nickname gained because of his slight stature. Back in his early days, he could hardly be seen behind the amplifiers on the sound system stage, but Beenie Man was certainly a star in the making
Nadine Sutherland – Eleven-year-old Sutherland burst unto the scene in 1979, besting Yellowman and Paul Blake (who later became the leader of the Bloodfire Posse) in the first Tastee Talent Contest.
Junior Tucker – Leslie ‘Junior’ Tucker was born in Trench Town. The child prodigy, who came from a family of singers, was even nicknamed the Jamaican Michael Jackson because of his extraordinary talent
Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers - David ‘Ziggy’ Marley, eldest of the Marley offspring, doesn’t consider himself a child star, although his career began in 1979, when the 11-year-old, along with siblings Cedella
Have you had an experience with the supernatural that you would like to share? Are you a skeptic or a believer in the afterlife? Our guest Mark Stein will tell us about his upcoming movie Modern Medium. To join the conversation call (347) 850-8907.
Please support the movie's kickstarter campaign and follow them on Facebook.
Hosted by William Battle and Gigi.
The Entertainment Celebrity Link.Influence of Jamaican Music on World Culture Today we pay tribute to foreign born artistes and musicians who contributed to the development and the Jamaican music industry and to those who subscribe to genre. We present the works that were influenced by Jamaican culture and give accolades to all those involved in its development.
1.Banana Song (1956) Harry Belafonte
2.Baba Kill Me Goat (1958) Laurel Aitkens
3.Leaving Me Standing (1964) Laurel Aitkens
4. Never, Never (1962) Bobby Aitkens 5.Bonanza Ska (1964) Carlos Malcolm 6.Lee Harvey Oswald (1964) – Skatalites ft. Tommy McCook 7. Don’t Stay Out Later (1964) Lord Creator 8. Kingston Town (1970) Lord reator 9. Cry Me A River (1965) Jackie Opel- Barbados 10.Rivers Of Babylon (1974) Herbie Mann & Tommy McCook, Bobby Ellis 11.Hold Me Tight (1968) Johnny Nash. Born Texas, USA 12. Cupid (1968) Johnny Nash13. Easy Rock (1968) Roland Alphonso 14.Too Experience (1969) Eddie Lovette 15.You’re My Girl (1972) Eddie Lovette 16. Moonlight Lover (1968)Joya Landis 17. Mother and Child Reunion (1972) Paul Simon 18.Negril Sunset (1975)Eric Gayle 19.You Have Fe Dread (1979) Lord Laro 20.One Draw (1980) Rita Anderson-Marley 21.Jerusalem (1980) Alpha blonde 22.Confidential (1991) ASWAD (Angus,Tony and Brimsley Ford) 23.Night Nurse (1997) Simply Red 24.Underneath It All (2001) Gwen Stefani 25.Throw Down Your Arms And Come Sinead O’Connor 26. Downpressor Man Sinead O’Connor 27.Easy Skanking Gilberto Gil 28. Rastaman Vibration Gilberto Gill 29.All Good (2002) - De la Soul & Chaka Khan 30. "Dog Nyam Yuh Supper" - Beres Hammond & Chaka Khan 31. Mystic Mood / Sugar Cane (1973) Booker T Jones & The MGs 32.Girl Just Wanna Have Fun -- Cindi Lauper (sly & Robbie) 33.Not Ordinary Love – Alaine Hughton www.crsradio.com www.caribbeanradioshow.com 661-467-2407
Heaven on Earth Live Radio Broadcast All are invited to participate in this lively discussion! How does the Angelic Realm transcend practical application into everyday life? Find Heaven on Earth in an open discussion and LIVE radio broadcast at the Center. Alaine, Medford Yoga Center Guardian & Medium, hosts Rita and Michael's Talk-N-Angels Radio Show.
If you are in the area, come on over to Yoga Center of Medford located at Rt. 70 and Hartford Roads in Medford, NJ. 6:45pm to 9pm Free and open to the public!
Learning Well – Meet fascinating experts who will share rich information designed to enhance your health, career and relationships. Learning Well…bringing growth, joy and inspiration to your life. Sponsored by the Integrative Health Education Center of Normandale Community College.February's Show features Dr. Eleanor Haspel-Portner, PhD, Clinical Psychologist and Board Certified Coach and host Maureen Pelton as they discuss "Navigating Relationships" just in time for the romantic month of February. Learn how to enhance your relationships to help you and those you love live to the highest potential.Thank you for your interest in the Edge! Please go to edgemagazine.net to view the latest issue of the Edge.For information on advertising in the Edge please contact Cathy Jacobsen at 763.433.9291. Or via email at Cathy@soulofthecities.netFor article submission please contact Tim Miejan at 651,578.8969. Or via email at email@example.comAnd for further information regarding the Edge Talk Radio contact Cathryn Taylor at 612.710.7720 or via email at EFTForYourInnerChild@gmail.com
Furfew Band Fight Cancer: To benefit the Andrae Marsh Fund. Headliners for the show: Tarrus Riley, Queen Ifrica, Tessane Chin,Alaine, Romain Virgo,D Major and Iceman ------------------- This roots rocking reggae band exudes raw talent, soul and versatility making no apologies for their obsession with music. Born in January 2008 out of a shared passion for music and a solid friendship among all members, the band consists of six members who all reside in Kingston, Jamaica. An energetic, talented and soulful singer completes the extra-ordinarily unique and mesmerizing sound which Kurfew provides for audiences all across Jamaica, the Caribbean and the world over. Kurfew’s goal is to provide authentic, feel-good music to the masses in hopes that it will revitalize the spirit of people. The development of the band comes from their unique sound which afforded them gigs such as Sting 09’ and 10’, Kite Festival 2010, Carnival Time 09-10, Jamaica Vibes and TVJ’s Smile Jamaica Concert where they played for numerous artistes such as Alaine, Freddy McGregor, LUST, I Octane, Tammy and Tessanne Chin, Voice Mail, Chino, U Roy, Kiprich, Elephant Man, Jimmy And Taurus Riley, etc. Through these experiences they have also earned opportunities to record on various sound tracks.Kurfew has bonded with audiences through remarkable performances which has solidified their place in the music industry.
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Alaine Shrewsbury is now in her 21st year as a healthy vegan. Twenty years ago, she began teaching the green, conscious lifestyle; her passion is inspiring others to more well-being. In 1993, her first product, Alaine's Rainforest Cake, was sold in natural foods stores. Her Los Angeles business, Alaine's Bakery, was the first vegan, whole-grain, wheat-free, sugar-free bakery. With 13 employees, the bakery supplied stores and restaurants from San Luis Obispo to San Diego with fresh-baked pies, cakes, muffins, cookies, brownies, bars, mousses, tarts, parfaits, uncheesecakes - that were all healthy and recommended by holistic doctors. When asked, she created "on-camera" food for actors and actresses who were vegan or had other diet restrictions. In 1998, she began a gluten-free line - and was the only source for gluten-free cakes - doing every special order that came through any Whole Foods in Southern California and Arizona. Every Sunday for 13 years, her booth at the Farmers Market in Hollywood was a gathering place for hip customers, and she was featured there on "California's Gold" with Huell Howser.
Since 2006, Alaine has been living in Northern California, and is currently creating a new meal bar for a Silicon Valley company, setting up a frozen dessert business, and writing a book, "Freaks on the Fringe: Healthy Vegans". And - she personally bakes special orders through her website: www.GreenHeartBakery.com.