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Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. On the show today, we have another one of our favorite people to talk with. The lovely Miss Laura Ashley stops by the show to talk new music, her week at CMA Fest, and anything else going on in her world. As usual, I've got my lovely and talented co-host Emily with me, who didn't get a chance to talk with Laura the last time she was on, so we're fixing that today. Let's do this!
Rediscover your identity, purpose and divine destiny at the Kingdom Church at Cheltenham Mall with Dr. Leonard Robinson as you rediscover the Kingdom. Personal success in life is the result of intentional thinking and living according to the knowledge of the Kingdom and the principles Jesus taught His disciples. And success in life is the result of completing the assignments God has given you to fulfill the purpose for which He created you.
7 p.m. – Dusty Leonard, first time NeSmith Chevrolet Weekly Racing Series Late Model winner at Salina Speedway in Salina, KS
7:10 p.m. – Mike Combs, NeSmith Weekly Racing Series Late Model winner at Talladega Short Track to tune up for Salute To America Nationals
7:20 p.m. – Sean Goodwin, NeSmith/AR Bodies/Mississippi Street Stock Series $1,000 winner at Flomaton Speedway
Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.
*NOTE: "Best Of" replay. Live shows again starting in July!
Competition can be seen as ugly and divisive but it’s actually an essential element in driving us to do and be our best.
My guest tonight, New York Times best-selling science writer Ashley Merryman, will lay out the science of winning and losing, including how we can figure out the kind of competitor we are (to help ourselves avoid choking), the differences between how men and women compete, and ways to rejigger our thinking so we use competition in ways that serve us instead of defeating us.
Her excellent book, co-authored with Po Bronson, that we’ll be discussing tonight, is “Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing.”
Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. PT, 10-11 p.m. ET, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.
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Without a clear, exact knowledge of the Kingdom of God it is impossible to know God the way He wants to be known. Jennifer Rose unique gift enables you to receive an understanding of the simplicity that is in Christ and His focus on the Kingdom of God and the quality of life the knowledge of the Kingdom produces in the lives of those who believe. Through Jennifer Rose's ministry we are reminded of why we are never to get away from the simplicity that is in Christ.
BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Ted 2, preview coming attractions, and answer listener questions.
We'll let you know if Ted 2 is worth your time, and/or if it manages to be funny at all. Does it live up to the first one, and does that mean anything anyway?
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The St. John Festival & Cultural Organization schedules 5 weeks of Caribbean Carnival celebration with a bevy of family-friendly events, including live music, local food, dancing, parades, fireworks, and more. St. John Carnivalbegins 5 Saturdays before July 4th with a steelpan music concert in Cruz Bay. Vendors of fine local crafts setup tents in Cruz Bay park while hardy folks build the stage that will showcase most of the festival events in the coming days.
June 5, 2015 is the annual Beach Jam on Cruz Bay beach. With a mix of music talents and characters, the St. John Carnival Beach Jam is a must for anyone with happy feet. One week later, Seniors strut their stuff for the Senior Variety Show on the stage in the school ball field in Cruz Bay. Cheer for your favorite acts and enjoy local food, drinks, and crafts for sale around town. The day after the St. John Carnival Senior Variety Show is the annual Festival Bike Race, starting at 8:00 am at the National Park lot next to Mongoose Junction in Cruz Bay.
The weekend comes to a close with the Festival Princess Pageant, which starts Sunday night at 6:00 pm on the stage in the ball field. Two weeks before the end of Carnival St. John really starts to heat up on the evening on June 19 with music in the school ball field starting at 9:00 pm. Return the next night to cheer on the new Carnival Queen contestants, as they vie for the coveted title starting at 8:00 pm. That Sunday kicks into gear with the opening of the food fair and Children’s Carnival Village in the national park field in Cruz Bay.
The last weekend of St. John Festival: The Adult Carnival Village opens at 7:00 pm July 3rd with music and libations. Next morning marks J’ouvert (ju-vay), a joyous street party where revelers dance at daybreak.
Adam Nimoy son of Leonard Nimoy is our guest. We discuss his new documentary on his father & William Shatner not attending his fathers funeral.
A show by Sisters for Sisters. Becoming a Holy, set apart, Daughter of Yah is of great price. Tune in to fellowship, calls and biblical discussion concerning the woman of the Israelite Faith.
Your host Sister Ashley with cohost Sister Jennifer.
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