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“Spring has Sprung” and a promise of “life anew” is in the air.” April showers have made way for May flowers and summer is on its way. Making the transition from one season to another, although often a welcome change, is just that… CHANGE! Are you ready?
During this episode, we’ll talk about the mental and physical changes that spring brings. Tips on traveling from one season to the next will also be discussed to help you make the best of whatever season you’re in for yourself and your family.
Miesha Avery is the founder of Inspire to Change LLC., a coaching practice that EDUCATES, INSPIRES and MOTIVATES others into a healthier lifestyle. Miesha found her purpose after embarking on her own healthy lifestyle journey that afforded her the opportunity to lose over 70 pounds! She launched www.inspire2change.co to give others a sense of motivation and hope to achieve their goals.
Jennifer Flynn helps others reestablish balance in their lives. When you find that you are never enough, overwhelmed with work, realizing you have no time for yourself, she helps you get you back on track to your destination of a joyful existence. For a free discovery session visit thebalancemaven.com
Tamarra Causley Robinson is a Life and Career Transitions Coach who helps professional women 35 + achieve career satisfaction by helping them DISCOVER their voice, MAKE their choice, and LIVE their life one DARE at a time, without apology. For more on Tamarra, visit dare2doitnow.com
AUTHOR TOM SAWYER JUST GOT BACK FROM THE MCCC CONGRATS TOM ON SELLING OUT OF YOUR BOOKS!
Dupree was born in Newark, New Jersey . Dupree's film career began at age of 14 in the 1989Morgan Freeman film Lean On Me It was then that she realized that she wanted to pursue acting as a career. By the age of 18, she had done numerous stage productions, including the play Cry of the People by Robert Banks. Dupree's career saw success when she appeared on Fangoria Radio for a "Scream Queen" contest. It was then that she met Lloyd Kaufman, and landed a part in the movie Pot Zombies. Since then, she's been in over 60 films including American Gangster, Life Support, The Replacements ,and Bikini Bloodbath Christmas. She also appeared in extensive makeup as the vampire Emerald in the filmBachelor Party in the Bungalow of the Damned. In 2006, Dupree was named Silver Bullet Pictures' "Scream Queen of the Year".
Dupree has also worked as a model. In working with Troma Entertainment in films, she was the first African American "Tromette", and the first to be a Tromette twice. She's appeared in numerous magazines across the world, including The Autograph Collector Magazine Primera Linea She's also worked as a comicbook model as well. In Gingerstein: Rise of the Undead, she plays a character named "Edie Van Horne".Dupree, also known in the music world as "Tha Original Gata™" is also lead singer of a band named Negro Childe.
And if that is not enough, she is also a wrestling manager for House of Hardcore!
Today on the show Steve talks about 3 buzzer beaters in two nights:Bryce Harper and Paul Pierce both wear number 34 won their respective games on the final play against an Atlanta team. 16 K's from Micheal Pineda of the Yankees, Pats releasing Kyle Arrington after losing Brandon Browner and Darelle Revis.Former Duke guard Rasheed Sulaimon tansfers to the University of Maryland, Tim Beckham allegedly forced players at Illinois to play despite being hurt. Pete Rose makes his debut on Fox Sports 1 today ! You can tweet the show @305SportsNLife or @writingfanatic2.
She’s a multiple Tony, Emmy, Obie, and Drama Desk Award winner, a Broadway icon, a film star and plays the hysterical character Joyce Flynn on the critically acclaimed long-running sitcom Mike & Molly. And she is the author of a brave and riveting memoir PART SWAN, PART GOOSE. She is actress Swoosie Kurtz and she’ll be joining Halli at her table on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday May 6 at 3 pm EDT.
With a name like Swoosie she was destined to lead an interesting life. From her first appearance on The Donna Reed Show to her Tony Award-winning roles in Lanford Wilson’s Fifth of July and John Guare’s The House of Blue Leaves to her much-heralded turns on television series Sisters, Pushing Daisies and Mike & Molly, Swoosie has been embraced by critics and fans alike for her quirky, heartfelt, and always attention-getting performances.
Born to become a stellar success, Swoosie is the only child of Frank and Margo Kurtz. Her father was an Olympic diving medalist and one of the most decorated aviators in American history. Her mother, nearing 100 years old is an accomplished, opinionated, and filled-to-bursting personality.
The fascinating and accomplished Swoosie Kurtz visits The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, May 6, 3 pm ET. For more information visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com. Let’s talk.
On the last episode of Real World News Radio, with Jay Arrington, Reggie Kearney and Chara Ann Tappin, (Topic: “The Deadly Force: When Murder Becomes an Epidemic”), with special guest, retired LAPD officer Cheryl Ford Dorsey, we delved into the mentality of police officers and ways in which unarmed blacks have become the target for murder at the hands of law enforcement.
With the recent clash between Baltimore residents and police officers, we’re going to discuss what this latest incidents and uprising tells us.
Join us on Tuesday, May 5, 2015, at 8pm EST/ 5pm PST, for an in-depth conversation on “Baltimore: What it Really Tells Us”.
The live on-air call number to listen and comment is (646)200-3148. Or listen live from your computer online at: http://www.hottopicstalkradio.com/realworldnews.html. Or listen and join the chatroom conversation here on Blog Talk Radio.
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Quattro Venti Scott Productions was founded in 2008. After working on several other film productions, Cameron Scott decided to form his own company. By doing so, he would be free to make films without the limitations or stipulations that are often placed on writers and directors from other studios. Additionally, Mr. Scott wanted to make films that did not adhere to any one genre without limiting his creativity and originality. Drawing from his Sicilian roots, Cameron Scott created Quattro Venti Scott Productions.
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