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The Affordable Care Act just celebrated its 5th anniversary. While some of the businesses out there talk about cutting employee benefits to save money, this one is not. Bittersweet Cafe, a local hangout in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia, is a different kind of business. They love full-time employees and happily provide them employee benefits. To be good to be true?
Listen to our conversation with Jody Manor, owner of Bittersweet, who believes that "Healthcare is a basic human right."
Friday, March 27, 2015
Welcome to BTR's featured World of Ink Network. On today's Stories for Children show, listeners will get to meet Christa Pierce, a 24-year-old author and illustrator making her literary debut with Did You Know That I Love You?, published by HarperCollins, which Publisher’s Weekly calls a “sweetly assuring ode to unconditional love” and Brooke Shields raves, “I can't wait to read this to my girls. It so sweetly exemplifies the countless ways in which love is given.”
The show will air live on Monday March 23rd at 4pm Eastern - 3pm Central - 2pm Moutain - 1pm Pacific
Did You Know That I Love You? was originally written as a letter to her mother during a difficult time in their relationship, offers a heartfelt story about the importance of expressing your feelings to those you love.
The World of Ink Network is more than just a blog talk radio show network, it also offers writing and marketing help. You can learn more about WOI at http://worldofinknetwork.com
About the Host: Virginia S Grenier is a creative writing instructor for Dixie State University's CommunityEd program, a freelance content editor, director of the St. George Book Festival; along with being a Mom's Chocie and Award-winning author.
We invite you to listen in live and join us in the chatroom during the show.
Listen in while Henry Goudreau, "America's #1 Business-Building Resource for Contractors," reveals the latest news, ideas, and strategies for the construction company owner. Henry will address the latest news, and discuss the business-building ideas that have helped his executive business coaching clients with their construction businesses.
Henry Goudreau is an author of many books, including: "How to Market & Sell Your Construction Services Like Magic!" "101 Powerful Ways to Jumpstart Your Construction Business," and "Pillars of Success." Henry is a certified seminar leader, a professional speaker, past member of the national Board of Directors for NARI, a founding member of IMPACT for coaches, and has written training manuals for such organizations as NAHB. You can discover more about Henry’s dynamic business-building resources at: www.contractorcoaching.com.
Catch him live every Monday at 12 noon (EST)!
INlightenUP! Radio is a proud co-sponsor of the Building the New World conference, taking place May 28-31, 2015 in Radford, Virginia.Barbara Marx Hubbard and 50 luminaries from around the world will speak about the “Wheel of Co-Creation” and how to manifest it! You can join Lisa Sahakian and hear her speak at this evolutionary event by registering for the conference here: www.BTNW.org
Amy is an interfaith minister, clinical chaplain, and the founder of Emergence Education, which produces educational materials for individual transformation and cultural development. She has a background in Judaic philosophy and Eastern thought from Cornell University. In the early eighties, Amy did intensive practice with a number of preeminent Eastern teachers in Asia. Then she spent the next 27 years doing indepth work in evolutionary spirituality and collective emergence with EnlightenNext and as a senior editor of the award-winning magazine of the same name. In recognition of this, The Order of Universal Interfaith honored Amy as their Wisdom Chair of Evolutionary Spirituality. She is an ordained interfaith minister of Evolutionary Spirituality, and now applies her Clinical Pastoral training, mindfulness experience, and other spiritually-based tools in innovative programs for the Philadelphia Public Schools and for corporate staff. Amy maintains an active teaching schedule and contemplative practice and is author of Love, Marriage & Evolution and Great Awakenings: Radical Visions of Spiritual Love & Evolution www.amyedelstein.com email@example.com Landline: 1 215 278 7718
The Authentic Woman host, Shannon Fisher, welcomes social and political advocate, Kate Noon, to discuss the debate around the country about public breast feeding. Kate is a member of the Virginia Breastfeeding Taskforce and serves on the Virginia Breastfeeding Advisory Committee as a representative of the Virginia Chapter of National Association of Social Workers.
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Lactation Counselor with a background in activism, Kate holds certifications in Perinatal Mood Disorders and Aging Studies. She has more than 15 years of experience working with non-profits and is currently the Board Chair for Midwives for Haiti and Program Director for the Better Housing Coalition.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher, offering perspectives on the female experience in America. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their passions and inspirations. Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter - Links to Previous Episodes of The Authentic Woman.
This podcast is copyrighted and solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC.
Things took a violent turn in last week's The Walking Dead. And violent in a different kind of way than we've seen before. Rick snapped, and as a result, the citizens of Alexandria aren't feeling warm and fuzzy towards Rick's group any longer. The Season 5 finale, "Conquer," will see trouble brewing inside the gates. That trouble is just as likely to come from internal threats as external ones.
Daryl faces his challenges of his own while on the run. Flip through the below photo gallery to get a peek at what's ahead.
Setting Rules and Boundaries
Our guest tonight Deborah L. Tillman is Parent Educator, Speaker, Author, Founder and CEO of Happy Home Child Learning Centers, Inc., located in Northern Virginia and “America’s Supernanny” on Lifetime Television.
Labeled “A Force for Good” by the Washington Post, Tillman has a deep passion for children. Her mission is to transform parents and encourage them to be the best they can be. Tillman believes that “schools and educator’s should not have to do for children what we as parents were created to do”. Tillman says, “It is not about making a child; it is about raising a child”. Deborah L. Tillman is America’s most authentic and powerful voice for parents and is not afraid to be open and honest with them. Her no nonsense yet, loving approach landed her the role as “America’s Supernanny” on Lifetime Television. Tillman holds a Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education from George Washington University and is currently seeking her Doctorate. She began her career over a decade ago when she became frustrated with the lack of quality childcare her son was receiving. So she quit her very lucrative accounting job and started her own school in 1994.
Deborah Tillman has been a recurring Parenting guest on the Steve Harvey Television show. She has also been seen on the View, Today Show, Katie Show, Home and Family Network, Wendy Williams and CNN to name a few. Tillman has also been featured in Essence Magazine, Jet, Ebony, Northern Virginia, Washington Woman and Parent Magazines. Tillman has contributed articles to Gospel Today and Jet and Ebony magazines.
Will Hawkins, Brian Rojas, Tarek Brooks and guests discuss DC area sports at 7pm ET/4pm PT as follows...
Devil's Advocate - Questions that will be debated by The Sports Hawks, callers & listeners.
* Wizards Weekly: Reviewing last week's results and what is coming up for the week ahead.
* Capitals Weekly: Reviewing last week's results and what is coming up for the week ahead.
* Washington Nationals News: Spring Training update
* Redskins News: Review all of the roster moves this week
College Basketball Weekly: Georgetown, Maryland, VCU & Virginia
Other National Sports Headlines:
* Kevin Durant out for the season after graft bone surgery
* Derrick Rose feeling no pain or swelling in his knee and he is set to return soon
* Federal Judge denies dismissal motion by NHL on concussion case
* Justin Verlander believes that many pitching injuries are the results of teams being overly cautious with pitchers
* NFL Free Agents & trade news
* Randy Gregory fails drug test at NFL Combine
* NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament update
* Boxing on Showtime / Jhonny Gonzalez versus Gary Russell Jr / Kell Brook versus Ionut Dan Ion
To listen to the show, go over to www.SportzAddix.com and click on the live radio player or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303
Stronger Together with Valarie Miller and Rev. Ray: ACHIEVEMENTS THROUGH FRIENDSHIPS
Baker lettered two years in football at NSU and was an All-CIAA performer in 1963 ... Was selected in the 19th round of the 1964 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers, making him the first NSU and CIAA player to be drafted by an NFL team ... Baker was also the first NSU athlete to ever play professionally, with stints with the Montreal Alouettes on the Canadian Football League from 1964-69, with the New York Giants of the NFL from 1970-71, and then for multiple teams in the World Football League thereafter ... Was a 2004 inductee into the NSUAF Sports Hall of Fame.
Morris’ contribution: 127 points. His total shot attempts are lost to history, but Morris made 57 field goals, a bucket about every 30 seconds. He was 13 for 21 from the foul line, shooting underhanded “granny-style,” as required by coach Smith. Morris’ point total still stands as the second-highest nationwide for a high school player. The record, set a year earlier in 1960, is 135. Morris is one of 15 high school boys to score more than 100 in a game, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations. His 57 field goals that night are a national record.Morris holds another record from that night for which he’s not recognized: highest point total in a Virginia high school basketball game.
The Abounding Grace Show with Minister Van? – Tuesdays @ 7:00 pm; "Declaring The Finished Work with Rev. Pat" - Thursdays @ 12:00 Noon; "Friday Night Joy with Rev. Ray and Friends" - Fridays @ 7:00 pm; "Stronger Together with Valerie Miller and Rev. Ray " - Sundays @ 7:00 pm;
Welcome to New Antioch Christian Fellowship of Stafford Virginia - welcome to the way church was MEANT to be! In 2015 we are watching a beautiful unfolding of God's plan and you are a part of it! Join Apostle Kieron and Assistant Pastor Kimberly Buford and the NACF of Stafford church family as we step into the Year of Greater - it is time to POSSESS THE LAND!! Tune in every Sunday Morning 10:30am EST at Breaking Chains with Young Adult Talk live at 858-357-9137 to see what God has to say to YOU! www.nacfofstafford.org
Prior to the Civil War, Alexandria, Virginia had a large freed African American and slave population who contributed a lot to the community and to the United States. Each one of these groups helped build Alexandria, Virginia through their skilled labor, involvement in politics, teachers, churches, businessmen and etc. The history of Alexandria, Virginia cannot be told without including these African Americans.
Char is posting blogs every two weeks on African American people in the 19th century that made a difference in the History of Alexandria, Virginia at http://theotheralexandria.com.
Char McCargo Bah is the CEO/Owner of FindingThingsforU, LLC. She has been a genealogist since 1981; appeared on numerous television interviews with CBS, FOX-5, Comcast, Public Broadcasting Services just to name a few and documentaries. She has also received numerous awards in 2014, 2013, 2010, and in 2009 for her work in genealogy. Char became a 2014 Living Legend in Alexandria, VA. She was the City of Alexandria’s genealogist on the Alexandria Freedmen and Contraband Cemetery. She is doing an advance study in genealogy at the University of Toronto and is co-author of “African Americans of Alexandria, VA: Beacons of Light in the Twentieth Century.”
Half of the field for the Elite Eight was determined Thursday night, and after tonight, the final eight teams will remain. We'll discuss Kentucky rolling over West Virginia, Notre Dame spraying three-balls left and right in the second half over Wichita State, Wisconsin squeaking by North Carolina, and Arizona getting past Xavier.
Also, we'll go over what happened Friday night, and what we think will take place in the Elite Eight. Who should move onto the Final Four? Is Kentucky still the clear-cut favorite with no team coming close?
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