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Join me, Jack July and my Co-host Ava Armstrong as we discuss the topics of the day.
This weeks very special guest is Karen Martin of the Spartanburg South Carolina Tea Party. We will discuss the current status of the Tea party as well as ways you can get involved.
In the final segment, my good friend and Author Cedar Sanderson will discuss her Novels, future projects and whatever else is on her clever mind.
Join Rose Colombo N The Justice Club, MWF,9am-10:30am pst-usa and 12-1:30pm est for Conservative Objetive and Thought-Provoking Commentary! Get ready for critical thinking on the issues of the day then transistions into author's corner with her special guest, Author, Dina Dimambro, sharing her Filmland Mysteries and Murders in her hot new book, True Hollywood Noir, that wilssl keep you wanting more.....Follow Rose osn Facebook and Facebook/The Justice Club as well as Twitter@Rose4jUsstice - All shows are archived at Freedomzer Radio and Rose4Justice Blogs N Radio Shows at www.srose4justice.com
Third Thursday Wine Muse: To Decant or Not to Decant, That is the Question.
Hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard will speak to Steve Lutz, vigneron, winemaker and proprieter of Lenne Estate to get a first-source perspective on decanting. How do we know which wines to decant and which not to decant? How can decanting improve OR destroy a wine?
The hosts will also do a LIVE test on the show:
1. Pouring directly from the bottle to the glass.
2. Pouring through an aerator to the glass.
3. Pouring into a decanter, letting it sit, and then pouring it into the glass.
William will also share his reviews on industry leading aerators.
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Rose Colsombo N The Justice Club welcomes Author, Dina Di Mambro, and her latest book hot off the press, Hollywood Noir - Monday, 5/18/2015, 9:30am - pst - Tune In Live - Podcasts - Online Worldwide (347) 324-3704 - www.freedomizerradio.com
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Elizabeth Black Hosts this week's episode of The Women Show
Elizabeth's guest is Trent Zelazny
Trent Zelazny is the author of several novels, novellas and short stories in numerous genres including, but not limited to, horror, crime, thriller, science fiction, erotica, and humor. He is also a bestselling international playwright, editor of two anthologies, and has written for both television and film.
Son of the late science fiction author Roger Zelazny, Trent was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He has lived in California, Oregon, and Florida, but currently lives with his fiancé, Laurel, and their dog, Banjo, back in Santa Fe.
Get ready Everyone for another interesting and enlightening evening with my 'special' guest Drew Nicholson a haumana (student) of the ancient healing and spiritual shamanism of Hawaii, known by it's modern or western label, 'Huna' (secret to life.)
Drew's topic this evening is about our 'SHADOW' the Anima (female) and the Animas (male) and what blocks us from having emotionally fulfilling relationships. Besides being a practitioner of Jungian Psycology Drew is a certified trainer of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Trainer of Hypnosis. His metaphysical interest are Tarot, Astrology and related disciplines. Drew presently lives in Seattle area and is starting a new career as a writer and publisher. If you have a question regarding arelationship issue call in early 347-838-9142 and Annie the moderator will get you in. Contact info: 206-914-0127, web-site email@example.com
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In this edition we discuss the Sundance Insstitute and Women in Film study that shows that women directors are more likely to helm indie films than major studio films.
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes multi-talented and award-winning author Bruce DeSilva who is also a book reviewer. Bruce DeSilva's crime fiction has won the Edgar and Macavity Awards; has been listed as a finalist for the Shamus, Anthony, and Barry Awards; and has been published in ten foreign languages. His short stories have appeared in Akashic Press's award-winning noir anthologies. He has reviewed books for The New York Times Sunday Book Review and Publishers Weekly, and his reviews for The Associated Press have appeared in hundreds of other publications. Previously, he was a journalist for forty years, most recently as writing coach world-wide for The Associated Press, editing stories that won nearly every major journalism prize including the Pulitzer. He has worked as a consultant for fifty newspapers, taught at the University of Michigan and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and lectured at Harvard University's Nieman Foundation. He and his wife, the poet Patricia Smith, live in New Jersey with two enormous dogs named Brady and Rondo. Find him online at http://brucedesilva.com.
THIS IS A LIVE INTERVIEW AND CALLERS ARE WELCOME. 347-633-9609.
This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. On the web at http://authorsontheair.com, Tweet @authorsontheair and follow us on http://facebook.com/authorsontheair. Tweet to the host @PamStackHost.
It’s A Mystery To Me with Stacy Verdick Case welcome’s Angela Henry author of five mysteries featuring amateur sleuth Kendra Clayton, as well as the thriller The Paris Secret.
Angela is also the creator of the website Myst Noir which spotlights mysteries written by African-American authors and featuring African-American sleuths.
When Angela is not working, writing, or practicing her stealth, she loves to travel, is connoisseur of B horror movies, and an admitted anime addict. She lives in Ohio and is currently hard at work trying to meet her next deadline.
Visit Angela on her website, her Facebook page or on Twitter. Her books are available from Amazon.
Learn more about your host Stacy Verdick Case on Twitter, Facebook, or her website www.StacyVerdickCase.com
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Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. This week we will recap the latest Netflix series, Daredevil and discuss Amandla Stenberg's video on cultural appropriation.
Host K. A. Laity will chat ever so briefly about the relationship between ham and humour and read Graham Wynd's surreal noir story 'Ham on Heels' which was inspired by S. L. Johnson's illustration. Henri Bergson may be mentioned; or perhaps we will rely on Totie Fields. In memorium for the Big W.
Edith has just discovered that her most beloved little kitty cat, Catnip (she could cuddle him to fucking death), has suddenly gone missing! Implementing the skills that she sees Mr. K use, she decides to go on the case. The Case of the Missing Kitty Cat.
She finds herself far from home and gets herself into a situation that could prove to be far more than what she expected. With the discovery of a new adversary and perhaps one of the most criminal drug lords in all of Brentwood Heights, however will she be able to find Catnip without a little help? But from who?
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