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Please join us as we chat with Bat McGrath and Tricia Cast, husband and wife. Bat has a brand new album out, No Reverb, and we will chat about this album plus his career. Tricia is best known as Nina Webster on daytimes, The Young and the Restless. Don't miss this double interview!
Join Donna McGrath, Miracle Healer and Medical Medium on The Psychic Round Table with Host Matthew Brandau on Sat. Sept 14th at 3pm for a 2 hour Q and A. Donna will discuss her upcoming CD "Miracles of Total Body Healing" and also Natural Remedies for the Family Medicine Chest. Callers will get one question each answered by Donna. Tune in and don't miss!
The Bedford & Sullivan podcast heads back up to Coogan's Bluff to continue our discussion of the Dodgers' rival, the New York Baseball Giants.
Richie McCabe was the luckiest kid in the world when he got the job as visitor's bat boy for the Manhattan team at the tailend of 1953. He held the job through '55, and has plenty to discuss regarding the dream job.
So, join us at 6:30PM ET as the TV series' research process continues!
RB McGrath was born in a fishing village named Branch in St. Mary's Bay on the southern coast of the Avalon peninsula on the island of Newfoundland. Born to a Newfoundland Mother and an American Air Force Father, the family transferred from Newfoundland to Jacksonville, Arkansas when McGrath was fourteen years of age. McGrath's artistic pursuits began in the 1980's where in Boston the artist painted a large mural entitled "Mother Earth" for a facility at Northeastern University. In recent years McGrath's "Portrait of President William Jefferson Clinton in Profile" has been installed in the Clinton Foundation offices of the Choctaw Building at the Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock. The artist's Portrait of Governor Mike Beebe is now part of the Mansion Permanent collection, also in Little Rock. McGrath works are in public, private and corporate collections throughout the United States and Canada including an entire collection of city landscapes now installed in a permanent exhibit at City Hall in Jacksonville, Arkansas courtesy of the Joan Zumwalt Collection. In 2013 McGrath's first public art project: the design of the Fallen Hero's Memorial Garden to be located on the grounds of the new Fire and Police facility in Jacksonville. In 2010 McGrath's "Portrait of Salvatore Moltisanti", Founder and President of the IBLA Foundation, was installed in the IBLA Foundation Headquarters in New York City. McGrath's current project is a thirty piece collection of works entitled SHIFT - A Paradigm of Masters of the Arts, in which the Artist is painting portraits of other Artists. An avid amateur musician, McGrath also plays violin and cello as part of a seven member string ensemble, and is a prolific supporter of visual arts and music education.
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Gary McGrath, very good friend of The Shoe, who has worked with Bon Jovi,The Monkees, and many more, along with Samantha Newark of the popular 80's show Jem talk their new band, Lydias Libido!
Here's the show that most of you have been waiting for. It's the show where we are going to interview and coach a stepmother who claims she has the craziest (she calls it bat s--- crazy) ex wife on the planet. This is actually a famous person, but you know how it is. We're going to keep it anonymous. Sorry.
Let the conversation start. Let the suggestions flow. Get ready to laugh and cry. It's going to be one of those! I set this one up for an hour and a half. It may go on and on!
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Jana and guest co-host Jason Zegarski talk about their picks for this year's home run derby, which pitchers should make the all-star teams, and debate Mike Trout vs. Bryce Harper. They also will cover the news and notes from this week in baseball, be sure to tune in at 8:30 pm EST!
As part of our Workplace Conflict series, Lee Jay Berman with the American Institute of Mediation (AIM) will share his experience and expertise as an executive coach working with organizations and senior leadership in managing conflict in a proactive way. Typically, organizations and leaders have blind spots when it comes to understanding, recognizing and managing conflict constructively. It is not uncommon for leaders to be blind to how their behaviors, body language and communication impact staff in negative ways especially when it comes to rising conflict. Organizations have blind spots too when it comes to handling problem leaders. Not recognizing these blind spots perpetuate the situation. Organizations and leaders will learn the key blind spots and how to remove them.
Lee Jay Berman became a full-time mediator 19 years ago. He has successfully mediated over 1,700 matters and is a panelist at PMA Dispute Resolution, a boutique firm based in Los Angeles.
Also a prominent trainer in the field, Lee Jay founded the American Institute of Mediation in 2008, leaving his position as Director of Pepperdine Law School’s "Mediating the Litigated Case" program after 7 years. He has lectured and trained at a dozen different universities and law schools as well as for mediators, judges and business leaders across the U.S. and in India, Australia, Jordan, Croatia, Amsterdam and Dubai.
Lee Jay was the inaugural ADR Director for the Santa Barbara County Superior Court, he had a radio talk show and now authors the popular blog Eye On Conflict.
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