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Ben Okri joins us live from the Sydney Writers Festival to read from and talk about his latest novel The Age of Magic and what inspired it, its characters, on the true nature of magic, on the book's themes incuding what Goethe calls des Pudels Kern (the real nature or deeper meaning of things), on transcendent knowledge and why we truly are living in an age of magic, on the value of slow reading, why we need new forms of fiction, his new poetry book Wild, on the relationship between writing poetry and writing prose, upcoming work, and lots more. Note: this interview took place following Ben's Age of Magic Talk which I referred to several times in my interview. The talk can be listened to in full here: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/booksandarts/sydney-writers27-festival3a-ben-okri/6488934
It's with great pleasure to have on my show Award winner Author Ben Burgess Jr. He has written such impressive books as "Monster", "Times have changed and life is strange." Ben has an BA degree in Business Management and Ma in Educational Leadership. So hang out with the girls for this live show and call in at 347-945-6003.
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
Fantasy Sports Warehouse baseball aficianados Ben Samuels (@roto_project700) and Mike Valverde (@RFLRedZone) discuss the latest news impacting Major League Baseball and Fantasy Baseball alike. This week, we take a look at rookies that will have an impact in 2015 (part 2).
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We'll talk about some offseason moves, top prospects, fantasy studs/duds, DFS picks and strategy and much more. As always, you can CALL IN LIVE at (347) 637-2812.
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Be sure to tune in Wednesday, May 27th at 3:00pm to hear our interview with Ben & Jack's Steak House Executive Chef Admir Alibasic.
Admir Alibasic began working as a dishwasher at Ben & Jack's Steak House in high school. Watching the chef and line cooks work in the restaurant stoked his desire to become a chef. Alibasic's great passion for cooking led him to seek knowledge, learning cooking techniques from top chefs in the steakhouse industry and developing his eye for beef. Over time, he worked his way up through different roles in the kitchen starting with prep for dinner service to a line cook to specialist chef. Finally, as his skill set, confidence and creative ability became apparent, he was named Executive Chef of Ben & Jack's Steak House. While exploring and excelling in the kitchen, Alibasic also pursued a Bachelor's of Science degree from Hunter College where he majored in food science.He has been featured in multiple magazines, newspapers, radio interviews and television shows. Alibasic enjoys donating his time for charity events and has participated in over a dozen different events.
For more information about Chef Admir, visit: https://chefsroll.com/admiralibasic
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Beyond the Cover is a radio show brought to you by the Suspense Radio Network and Suspense Magazine, hosted by John Raab, CEO / Publisher of Suspense Magazine and Jeff Ayers, author and reviewer for several major outlets.
On tonight's show we have very special guest Ben Coes on to talk about his latest book. Also John and Jeff will give some on air book reviews, industry news, what you should be looking out for and much more.
Ben Coes is the New York Times bestselling author of international political and espionage thrillers that includePower Down, Coup d’État, The Last Refuge, Eye for an Eye, and his upcoming fifth book, Independence Day, which Publishers Weeklycalled “one of the year’s best thrillers.”
Ben’s books all center on Dewey Andreas, a former U.S. Special Forces soldier who was kicked out of the military after being falsely accused of crimes he did not commit. While fiction, all of Ben’s books are based on current events.
Today a treasure trove of topics. From the NFL Draft and the number on overall pick from Florida State University, quartback Jameis Winston. Should there be limits on free speech? The shootings in Garland Texas have opened the question of first amendment rights in America. Both Carly Fiorina and Dr. Ben Carson have entere the race to gain the republican noimination tro run for president. This is something we need to have a chat about.
We will spend some time on next week's shows. We have scheduled Brandon Darby of Breitbart Texas, Robert Stacy McCain, and Sonnie Johnson. We are looking for to a blockbuster week!
Special Guests:Tamara Anderson at 10:00 am
Second Guest: Kellie Nicholson at 10:30 am
Third Guest: Maleka Long at 11:00 am
A Sweet Story (About Us)
Based in Los Angeles, Sugar & Spyked specializes in creating customized; specialty dessert bars featuring alcohol infused desserts, sweet treats and baked goods! The concept is sweet and simple, Sugar & Spyked can “spyke” your favorite decadent sweets with your favorite alcohol, from frozen treats like ice cream to double chocolate whiskey-infused cakes and delicious cheesecake bites with your choice of fruit toppings, for an intoxicating flare. You name it and we can “spyke” it
Kellie Nicholson believes that we all thrive on challenge. Well, apparently, her challenges have been many, because she is blooming like a wildflower. She says she’s had an interesting life with many obstacles, challenges and hurdles.
Kellie Nicholson owns two greeting card businesses, one that raises funds for charity. She’s written a children’s book, Grandma Gillie’s Lessons of Love and composed Tales of the Lioness, a compilation of stories by women who have overcome great obstacles. Taking her experience in the hospitality business, she also conducts bar-related courses at local colleges and online nationally.
My name is Maleka Long. I am the founder and mentor of Love Beyond Limits. I created this organization for young men and women. My own personal experiences pushed me to create this organization to help youth.
Tonight we are joined by renown healer, and founder of the RaSekhi Arts Temple, Kajara Nia Yaa Nebthet. Journey with us as we welcome the divine feminine to the program, in anticipation of her appearance on May 31st at Nicholas Brooklyn.
She will be accompanied tonight by our brother Ras Ben, fresh off of his West Coast excursion.
Bring your pad & pen, because once again...Class is in session.