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Join Donna Wright on the couch with authors Michelle Stimpson, Stephanie Queen, Kristy Tate and Leigh Morgan as they discuss their new releases. Mallory Kane will once again bring us the latest in Romance News sponsored by Dark Hollows Press. All of this and more, this week on Hummingbird Place -- Your Home for Romance brought to you by Secret Cravings Publishing.
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Throughout the year, the Rockefeller Center Channel Gardens blooms in uniquely themed plant installations that transform with the seasons.
Visit the Channel Gardens to see the April Showers installation on display from April 20 through May 31.
Designed specifically for Rockefeller Plaza, Masks (Pentagon) consists of five masks ranging in height from 14.5 to 16.5 feet, each of which reflects a different approach to the stylized representation of the human face, from the clearly recognizable to the highly abstracted.
The five masks, which were cast from clay in industrial-strength synthetic plaster, stand on a stepped base made from massive beams of unfinished redwood. The back of each element of the sculpture reveals the artists method of construction – a grid-like armature of rebar inlaid with hemp and plaster.
Rockefeller Center is home to a remarkable collection of art deco motifs and sculptures signifying man’s development in spirit, science, industry and more.
On tonight's show, Rosie, Numa and jason will be discussing three interesting herbs that you can cultivate in your own garden that have powerful healing capabilities. Evening Primrose is most popularly known in its seed oil form frequently sold in health food stores for its high gamma-linolenic acid content. Although you will see supplements of this plant widly advertised, on tonight's show we will be talking about growing and using the whole plant, including leaves, buds, blooms, roots and seeds.
Also known as “Tulsi” or “The Incomparable One,” holy basil is one of the most sacred plants in India. In Hindu mythology, Tulsi symbolizes the goddess Lakshmi, the wife of Vishnu, who is one of the religion's most important deities. The herb has been valued for centuries because of its benefits for the mind, body, and spirit.
The hyssop herb is generally used to treat the symptoms of cardiovascular disorders. Because it is both a sedative and a stimulant, one of its uses may be to regulate a person’s blood pressure, whether it is too high or too low. Hyssop leaves can also be infused in order to suppress coughs, improve digestion and even relieve congestion in the intestines.
The show is sponsored by Rosalea and Blended Herbal Treasures at www.bhtshop.com.
*The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Psychic Viewpoint Show or its host.*
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Do you know of any one that has successfully influenced a reverse decision by the NCAA. Meet such as Athletic Administrator, Monique Holland, the Sr. Associate Athletic Director for Southern Methodist University. Holland has previously held the number 1 spot as Athletic Director, Alabama State University. Other various Athletic administrative roles have been at NCAA and Georgia Tech.
Join the chat on Tuesday, March 24th at 11:30 am est on A Chat in the Garden 347-989-8385 with Monique A J Smith where Significance Blooms.
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Tonight's topic: Building empires, and interracial relationships. We ask the question of interracial dating, why has the African American dating pool become so divided when it comes to partner choices? Is it a status move? Or more economics? Or merely more prevelant because love blooms in all places?
We will discuss the pros and the cons of interracial dating, how it effects the black family when the union is not shared wholely,
Also, we will have an update on the season finale of the television's highest ranking show... EMPIRE!
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Napoleon Hill Foundation Certified Instructors Tom Cunningham (too tall) and Tim Chhim interview Ms. Hillary Vargas.
Hillary Vargas is a life coach, motivational speaker, entrepreneur, youth mentor and educator. She is the founder of Ms. Hillary’s Kids, a nonprofit organization designed to support and empower young adults with learning disabilities, behavior challenges or who come from rough or underprivileged backgrounds, reach their full and highest potential. Ms.Hillary believes in empowering each of her “Kids” to reach for the highest star and in teaching them that they, not their circumstances, determine their future, and the effect they will have on the world. She aids them in seeking out the richest soil they can find and plant the seed of their dreams. As they care for the seed with Ms.Hillary’s guidance, they slowly see it begin to grow. They care for it, and nurture it, until one day it blooms like a rose from a crack in the concrete.
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Meet the owner of the newly expansion team of the WABA Women’s Professional Basketball Team, the Milwaukee Aces, Bernell Hooker. Hooker is also the CEO of Images of Us Sport where she offers programming for girls and women to empower through the Business of Sport. Join the chat on Tuesday, March 17th at 11:30 am est on A Chat in the Garden 347-989-8385 with Monique A J Smith where Significance Blooms.
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Want to know the backbone of fundraising in an Athletic Department? Learn from Suzette McQueen, the Associate Director for the Davidson Athletic Fund. McQueen will speak to her journey as a Director of Sports Information, External Communications to now Director of fundraiser for a Division I Athletics Program. Start your March Madness with us Tuesday, March 10th at 11:30 am est on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A J Smith where Significance Blooms.
It is that time of the year when you can almost imagine the snow as nothing more than a distant memory. The buds are emerging and the air is filled with excitement for eager garden enthusiasts to get outdoors as the new growing season starts. What also begins is a season of annual flower and gardening shows. One of the most prestigious events each spring occurs in Pennsylvania. It is the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s annual Philadelphia Flower Show. The show is the nation's largest and longest-running flower show, which blooms every March at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, award-winning Rosarian, Susan Fox, will talk to Mr. Drew Becher, President of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. Stay tuned!
Today’s show is sponsored by Austria’s Finest Naturally Authentic Pumpkin Seeds and Pumpkin Seed Oil from the Steiermark available at OrganicUniverse.com. Listeners of TheOrganicView can receive $1 off their purchase by using the coupon code "orgview". For more offers, please visit our website at www.theorganicview.com
For Spring 2015, David Austin introduces four new English Roses to U.S. and Canadian gardeners. All four feature classic Austin rose attributes – a romantic old-fashioned flower form, heady fragrance and masses of blooms all season long. Michael Marriott is our guest on today's broadcast. He's the chief rosarian at David Austin roses and we'll be chatting about this exceptional collection of roses.
“We expect gardeners will be excited by these appealing English Roses,” says Austin’s senior rosarian Michael Marriott. “Each has irresistible qualities, the kind that lead gardeners to discover they have ‘just the spot’ for this!”
Available by mail order from www.davidaustinroses.com,
‘The Lady Gardener’ – This is an intensely fragrant, apricot-colored rose that’s astoundingly floriferous, nearly burying itself in perfume and flowers from early summer to frost and has added it to their list of Most Fragrant English Roses.
The Albrighton Rambler’ – Typically a rambler rose delivers a spectacular show, but blooms only once a season. ‘The Albrighton Rambler’ blooms repeatedly all season long.
Thomas à Becket’ – Whereas Austin’s roses often recall an Old Rose in look, this rose is closer to a species rose, being more natural and shrubby in growth. The large red flowers are shallowly cupped, opening as informal rosettes, with petals that quickly reflex as the flowers age.
Maid Marion’ – This 2015 North American introduction has everything gardeners prize in David Austin's English Roses. The buds open in rounded cups with large outside petals.
Hear interview with Dr. Duke Pesta as he opens our eyes to some very important details in this nationalized education system that is being implemented. He is a nationally renowned speaker that can connect the dots for us on how the National Sexuality Education Standards will come in to the schools. We will be speaking with him and other Education Activists such as Alice Linahan of Women on the Wall, Ann Eubank of Stop Common Core Alabama will be dropping in to give more perspectives. One of the topics we will comment is on the latest tentacle of this nationalized system--the Comprehensive Counseling Guidance Proposal which uses the ASCA National Model. According to Linda Murphy, a nationally renowned Educator/Activist, who has studied Dr. Bice's Comprehensive Counseling Guidance -- "This is a dangerous expansion of the authority of public schools into the private lives of students, which has never been allowed in American schools. This plan sets goals for changes in students’ emotions, feelings, attitudes, values and beliefs. The area educators call the "affective domain" (from Blooms Taxonomy)."
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Parents need to awaken as according to Mental Health Expert, Joan Landes, this is BIG. Come learn and share the truths so you can Stand in the Gap for precious children NOW!
We once again welcome Yosef Yitzchok Serebryanski to broadcast, who is known simply to his friends as “Rabbi Yossi.” Behind that simplicity lies a complexity of understanding and analysis of Torah and creation that brings joy and warmth to those who immerse themselves in his teachings. A true friend and confidant to thousands of people who turn to him weekly for guidance and wisdom, Rabbi Yossi is renowned for his compassion and open heart to all who enter his scope. During this broadcast Rabbi Yossi interacts with us regarding senseless hate, with some of the following questions being addressed: (1) What are some of the reasons hatred can come about? (2) Why do people not care about real truth and instead focus on imaginary truth that is man-made? (3) Why is the sound, music, chanting, etc., that people hear so important? (4) It is true that people hate that which they do not understand? (5) Should we try to reason with people who have baseless hatred? (6) It is possible for a person to choose to leave the cycle of senseless hatred and return to reason (and true freedom)? (7) Often when a person feels abandoned or rejected the result is hatred rather than sorrow. Why do you feel this is the case?
Rabbi Yossi is a major force in his general community. He is on the governor's committee of New York Rising to decide how spend 12 million dollars from the governor of New York in the community as well as connect with other government agencies to make a resilient community. He is part of a committee of NYC Planning from the mayor of New York for Canarsie, being co-founder of Canarsie Strong that deals with all issues of Canarsie to make it a resilient and self- sustaining community and is also Co-founder of Canarsie Blooms, creating the first public organic garden in the community. Rabbi Yossi's website is <http://www.revealingthesoul.com/>.