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In 2014 as the reigning Mrs. Texas, Beth Isbell competed in the Mrs. United States pageant and walked away with the crown! At the time, she was only twenty-four years old, yet she continues to represent married women everywhere with grace and style. In this episode of "The Pageant Hour", I will get to know more about this Texas beauty.
Beth Isbell graduated from Sam Houston State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science with a minor in Agricultural Business. She quickly developed a passion for learning and leading in an educational environment, so upon graduation she attended Texas A&M University where she completed a Master of Science degree in Leadership, Education and Communications.
She began working for the Texas A&M University system as a youth development agent in which she provided educational programming relating to health, bullying, character education, and leadership to youth in her assigned county. Two years later, she began working for East Central University as a graduate advisor and program coordinator for distance education and still volunteers her time heavily with programs that focus on youth mentoring.
Beth has been married to her husband Brett for a year and a half and they have one “fur baby,” Tanner; a miniature beagle.
After a two-week hiatus our intrepid hosts are back to talk about interesting as sometimes provocative topics ranging from the sublime too the ridiculous. Join Ken And Beth and share your thoughts at (347) 215-9971 9:30pm Thursday 5/7/2015! Be there!
Use Expressing Motherhood producer Lindsay Kavet speaks to mom and actress Beth Littleford.
Expressing Motherhod the podcast aims to talk to creative moms about what projects they are up to and how they are finding time to work on them.
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There is a plethora of topics bouncing around the news channels this week. It's hard to say which one will catch the fancy of our intrepid hosts whose mission it is to talk about the tasty tidbits in the news as well as the really big stories affecting our world. There are oil spills on the California coast. There is the seemingly interminable wars going on in the middle east. There is the social disharmony between the public and the police. There is politics. There is religion. There is love and sex. So much to talk about and so little time! We only have a half-hour in which to solve the problems of the world and it's the fastest half-hour on streaming media! No lie! Please join us for a chat at (347) 215-9971, join is in our online chat room, but by all means listen to the stream. Don't forget to like us on Facebook. Please leave us a comment. We'd love to hear from you. Save the half-hour... 9:30PM PDT Thursday 5/21/2015 That's tonight! Be there!
Sit down and have a cup of tea with Marie Langlie and Beth Jacobson, hosts of Divine Goddess Radio! Going through the energies can be daunting but having tips to help you ease through it will help you get through your week. Listen in as Beth and Marie share their experiences and tidbits to guide you with ease. Grab your tea, sit down and giggle, make your body wiggle and have some fun!
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For this episode of A Reel Point Of View, we'll be having a general discussion about the state of films regarding Abraham Lincoln and his assassination. Focusing on how films have treated the man Abraham Lincoln and how films have treated the assassination; and their quality (or the absence of such films). While in our examination, not failing to mention notable films like "The Conspirator", or "Young Abraham Lincoln" and Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" or even "Birth of a Nation"; we'll also attempt to talk about how film treatments of Lincoln have changed over the history of film, i.e. improvements, shortcomings, etc., and maybe what we'd like to see in any future films about Lincoln.
Custer's Luck host Jean Barto shares the second half of General Grant's monologue on April 10th at Appomattox; outlines George Armstrong Custer's activities immediately following Appomattox; and ends the show by discussing President Abraham Lincoln's assassination and death in 1865, and her own visit to the Peterson House during the early morning hours of April 15, 2015.
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It’s another free-form show filled with music and musings as Amy Beth takes a robust romp through the pop cultural sideshow.
From Bill O’Reilly to George Stephanopolous, Howard Stern to Reality TV’s Josh Duggar, some notable media names are making news. Plus: developments from the political arena, celebrity hi-jinx, humor, music and Inspiration to Action Challenge shout-outs.
And we remember Anne Meara and John and Alicia Nash.
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