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If this episode were a meal, the appetizer would be a delectable, genre-bending thriller, and the main course a hearty, tantalizing blend of English and American historical fiction. Join us for conversations with:
Bruce Holsinger on A Burnable Book
Thomas Christopher Greene on The Headmaster's Wife
Nancy E. Turner on My Name is Resolute
Marci Jefferson on Girl on the Golden Coin
Listeners will have the chance to win each of these great titles!
Pro Wrestling Powerhouse Radio is bringing to you the debut of a brand new show featuring legendary pro wrestler and pro wrestling trainer Bruce Hart hosting Hart Beat Radio!
Every Sunday, Bruce Hart will bring his decades worth of wrestling knowledge to the airwaves as he talks tales of wrestling’s past and gives his unique outlook into the future of pro wrestling. Being the head trainer of Hart Brothers University, Bruce Hart is trying to prep his current crop of students for a future in the world or professional wrestling.
Talking about the issues that eminate from Montgomery County and beyond.
The White Elephant Still Stands In Silver Spring
A Second Potomac River Crossing? Where will it be?
Panhadling, Im serious, its ridiculous.
Larry Hogan: Friend or Foe to MC County
Joining host Kelly Scanlon this week on Smart Companies Radio is Bruce L Tulgan. Tulgan is an American writer specializing in business topics. His books include It's Okay to Manage Your Boss, Not Everyone Gets a Trophy, It's Okay to be the Boss, and Managing Generation X. On this episode Kelly and Bruce will discuss his most recent book, “The 27 Challenges Managers Face: Step-by-Step Solutions to (Nearly) All of Your Management Problems”. Discover how the most effective managers use the fundamentals of management to proactively resolve nearly any problem you might come across in your business.
To listen to more shows with Host Kelly Scanlon visit archives
As America’s baby boomers moved into their mid teens, Gary began his professional career. For his first hit, "New Orleans," attention was brought to the record by having promotional copies sent to radio stations in sleeves inscribed "Buy U.S. Bonds" - hence at age 19, Gary Anderson became Gary U.S. Bonds.
The follow-up was the now legendary 'party' record, “Quarter to Three,” a number one hit with a spirit and energy that would eventually inspire and influence a generation.
Over the next three years, Bonds co-wrote and recorded hit after good-time hit: ”School is Out," "School is In," "Dear Lady Twist," "Twist, Twist Senora," "Seven Day Weekend" and others. He performed throughout the world, rising to a status so high that on a 1963 tour of Europe, he headlined above a group of relative newcomers… The Beatles.
A rare distinction for Gary is that he managed to transcend the decades with hits. His inspiration for Bruce Springsteen and Steven Van Zandt, who had grown up on Bonds' music led to a chance meeting in 1980. A friendship developed and, shortly after, a musical collaboration which resulted in Bonds' "Dedication" and "On the Line" LPs, with singles: "This Little Girl Is Mine,” "Out of Work," "Jole Blon" and "Daddy's Come Home". Reviews noted “…His gritty, soulful and powerful vocals… even better than before…” A Rhythm & Blues Foundation honoree and a genuine treasure of American music.
"Bruceploitation - A cultural phenomenon mostly seen in the 1970's & early 80's after the 1973 death of martial artist and actor Bruce Lee. A portmanteau of the name "Bruce" and exploitation, it refers to the practice on the part of filmmakers in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan who hired Bruce Lee look-alike actors ("Lee-alikes") to star in many cheap knock-off martial arts movies to cash in on Lee's success after his death."
Join us as our guest will be film maker Nick Nielsen and we will be talking about his documentary about those actors that filled the void that legendary Bruce Lee left after his passing.
Check out his Kickstarter campaign for this documentary.
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We are going extreme on the next episode of Your Time. We will be joined by Extreme Couponing guru, Greg That Dude. Greg has a wildly successful blog that teaches all about saving money and finding great deals. Join us Wednesday 8:30 PM EST ‘Your Time.” www.yourtimeradio.com or call 917-932-1078 to listen, and press “1” to chat with Greg That Dude and listen as he shares his passion and tips for saving money.
Please join us on Wednesday, January 21, 2015. Our special guest is Bruce Bennett, Vice President of Scott-Clark Medical.
Bruce Bennett is Vice-President of Scott-Clark Medical and stands at the forefront of some of the most innovative breakthroughs in his field. FMCP Technology is a ground breaking new form of technology designed to help hospitals run smoothly and keep them powered up 24/7. He will teach us about the newest innovations in healthcare relating to FMCP Technology. FMCP technology brings a new level of sophistication to mobile computing. FMCP centers on the powerful CAPS power system, a patent pending mobile power system for computing carts, vital signs monitors, and other mobile equipment. One battery solution for many uses in the hospital environment is economical, convenient, and improves patient care. Scott-Clark Medical has designed a new battery system that could potentially revolutionize the mobile healthcare industry. You asked for it and we deliver!
Join us tonight as we discuss the latest releases from DC Comics and the casting of CBS' SUPERGRIL.
B.L.I.F. Network presents Life Touch with our host Evangelist Owen Bruce. Our Life Touch broadcasts are designed to be a devotional time where those who tune in can receive a touch from God through prayer and the Word of God. This episode we will pray according to 1 Corinthians 2:9-12 that we will understand and receive that which God has prepared for those who love Him.
"Now we have received not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit who is from God, that we might understand the things freely given us by God. (1 Corinthians 2:12, ESV)
Have you ever wondered why we would keep on criticizing ourselves to no end for a given error, as if we really believed that being harsh upon ourselves was going to promote change? Yet that belief contradicts the current findings of neuroscience in matters of transformation by way of self-acceptance, findings that backup perennial wisdom teachings. Indeed, wisdom has always emphasized understanding and kindness: “do not do unto others what you wouldn’t want others to do unto you.” So why is it that we would be harming ourselves, by being mean, micromanaging and intolerant? Moreover, what link are we missing, that we would use the same belief (I must use force to discipline myself), which ends up keeping healing at bay?
To this, Bruce Lipton offers: “while the Biology of Belief focuses on the nature of how your personal beliefs affect your personal life, what we are realizing now is that collective beliefs have a much more profound effect.” This is to say that our attachment to harmful beliefs (e.g.; I’m “no good”) comes from a deeper source than just our individual story – that there is a global story of pain, which is much more potent, and thus much more arduous to contend with.
To begin undoing this intricate web, the New Essenes propose two possibilities: 1) to go to the most influential book ever – the Bible: whether living in Timbuktu, Paris or Hong Kong, it is likely that we have heard of the myth of the garden, namely Adam, Eve, the Snake and a Tree, characters who were “no good,” and who did something very, very “wrong;” 2) to have a complete different way to look at it: the wisdom teaching of the Bible is not in its story lines, but in its minute essence – the Hebrew alphabet.
Join us at 7 pm for more.
Modern Combat Masters with your Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host Kancho Daniel J. Vena along with Executive Producer Sifu Restita DeJesus are proud to present Peter Siringano, Jr. Hanshi to the program.
Peter Siringano Jr. Hanshi,
Was born in Staten Island, New York he began training under his father, the late Hanshi Pete Siringano Sr. in 1961.
Receiving no favoritism, he came up through the ranks often having to train with adults.
During this period, he attended and participated in many tournaments and demonstrations, always at his father's side.
One high point was when in 1967 he met the late Bruce Lee at S. Henry Cho's tournament at the old Madison Square Garden.
He continued training in both Goshindo Kempo Karate & Samurai Jiu Jitsu and was awarded the rank of Shodan in 1973.
In 1975 he was featured along with his Father in the film The Superweapon.
He later wrote, produced and was featured in The Karate Dojo (1977) and Way Of The Samurai (1983). Both films also featured his Father.
In 1988 he hosted a tournament honoring Hanshi Siringano Sr.'s recovery from congestive heart failure and a temporary stroke.
That same year, he authored the first comprehensive Training Manual for students at the Hombu Dojo and Branch Dojos.
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