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  • 00:46

    Marie Saint-Louis visit NOPR 03/05/2016

    in Spirituality

    No Ordinary Psychic Radio  and it's hosts Rubbizfire and The Celtic Psychic Cassandra Larsen welcome Marie Saint-Louis is a Psychic and Spiritual Medium (since childhood) with international cliental and a growing celebrity list. She began conducting sessions from her kitchen table for clients and then moved on to read at parties and events around Phoenix, Arizona and other cities. 


    She believes that “no event is too small or location too far” for sharing her gift with people looking to connect with deceased loved ones or receive guidance about their lives. Marie also works with law enforcement and families on criminal and missing persons cases. 

    Marie lives in Phoenix, Arizona with her two rescued cats, numerous houseplants, and visiting spirits. Marie is presently writing her second book in the RSVP from Heaven series and other creative projects.  


    www.mariesaintlouis.com


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  • 00:30

    Spirit Connections with Psychic Medium Donna Marie Crawford

    in Spirituality

    Are you are seeking spiritual guidance about a particular life challenge you are going through? Or maybe you are seeking a connection with a loved one who has passed? Join Intuitive Psychic Medium Donna Marie Crawford as she shares the guidance and messages she receives from Spirit, her guides, and from your loved ones who have passed. Donna Marie will be offering mini readings live on the broadcast for those who wish to connect. To learn more about Donna Marie's offerings visit: www.DonnaMarieCrawford.com.

  • 00:24

    Talk! with Marie Presents Sara Siegel Mass Poetry

    in Writing

    Today's featured organization is Mass Poetry. Marie interviews Writer/Program Director Sara Siegel about Mass Poetry's various initiatives and upcoming Mass Poetry Festival in Salem, MA. Sara directs Mass Poetry's programs, including Student Day of Poetry, Poetry on the T, Common Threads, U35, and Professional Development, and manages the volunteers and interns who help make Mass Poetry run smoothly.


    Sara Siegel is a lifelong writer and crafter based in Somerville. After graduating Washington University in St. Louis and working at women's health organizations in NYC, she moved to Burlington, Vermont to earn a Masters in Public Administration at UVM. Sara's short stories have been published in Wild Violet, Vantage Point, Toasted Cheese Literary Journal and Cleaver Magazine. Her sketch comedy group, Mister Bismuth, regularly performs at ImprovBoston in Cambridge.


    2016 FESTIVAL HEADLINERS
    Sandra Beasley • Martha Collins • Mark Doty • Edward Hirsch •Marie Howe • Ada Limón • Greg Pardlo • David Rivard • Charles Simic • Ocean Vuong


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    Song "In The Light by Musician/Songwriter James Olmos

  • 00:20

    Talk! With Marie Presents Blue Myanamotu & Natalya Lore Virtuosity 11.11

    in Blogs

    Marie interviews Scholar-Artist-PhD Student Blue Myanamotu of University of Rochester and Writer Natalya Lore. Blue's research interests are online education and curriculum design, STEM education, teacher training, and professional development. Her hobbies include writing, blogging, painting, running, living in the virtual worlds. Blue and Writer Natalya Lore are the two brave women behind Virtuosity11.11. Natalya is also working on new short stories, two novels and comic scripts.  She has a piece of short fiction published in the anthology Strangely Ever After. They "explore the virtual world and write about their adventures, hobbies and experiences." To learn more about their work, check out Virtuosity11.11.


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  • 01:03

    Having Emotional Health with Dr. Buffy Wooten

    in Self Help

    Clinical Psychologist Dr. Buffy Wooten is speaking on, a re-broadcast show, Having Emotional Health.  Her discussion statement is this: - Understanding your emotions and using them for your good - Many times our emotions are considered a hinderance or a liability--that they confuse our judgment and create obstacles in the process of making good and sound decisions. However what's little understood is that our emotions are hardwired in us and therefore serve a specific and higher purpose. They are actually intended to aid us in our judgement and facilitate decision making that serves us and causes our decisions to represent who we are and what we want and need.


     

  • 00:31

    Spirit Connections with Psychic Medium Donna Marie Crawford

    in Spirituality

    Are you are seeking spiritual guidance about a particular life challenge you are going through? Or maybe you are seeking a connection with a loved one who has passed? Join Intuitive Psychic Medium Donna Marie Crawford as she shares the guidance and messages she receives from Spirit, her guides, and from your loved ones who have passed. Donna Marie will be offering mini readings live on the broadcast for those who wish to connect. To learn more about Donna Marie's offerings visit: www.DonnaMarieCrawford.com.

  • 00:28

    Talk! with Marie Presents The Girlhood Project, Jackie Berard-Lesley University

    in Education

    Today's featured program is The Girlhood Project, a Girls' Studies, service-learning course at Lesley University. College students design and facilitate girls' groups for middle school girls. My guests are Jackie Berard, Palace Shaw and Kelsey Tucker. Jackie is a senior at Lesley University, studying Early Childhood Education and Child Studies with a specialization in youth. She's originally from Coventry Rhode Island. She's been working with children and youth for over 10 years through babysitting, camps, special program etc. She's also a part of the Women's soccer team at Lesley whom are 4 time NECC champions. She's been a part of The Girlhood Project for three years, where she was a student enrolled in the course in spring of 2014, and a TA in Spring 2015 and 2016. She's the social media/media coordinator for the project. For more information, visit The Girlhood Project on facebook. Love Talk! with Marie? Follow us on Twitter and Pinterest.

  • 00:31

    Talk! with Marie Presents Debbie De Louise Author of A Stone’s Throw

    in Books

    Today's guest is Author Debbie De Louise (Dulcie Mills in Second Life). She published two novels, a short story, and several articles. She's a reference librarian at a public library on Long Island. Her mystery novel, “A Stone’s Throw,” was published this November by Limitless Publishing. Her first novel, “Cloudy Rainbow,” a romantic suspense, featured a virtual world similar to Second Life and her beloved cat, Floppy, whose loss was the inspiration for her Rainbow Gardens Pet Memorial in Second Life. Debbie has also published pet-related articles in print and online in Cats Magazine, Catnip (Tufts University Veterinary Newsletter), and Catster. Her short mystery, “Stitches in Time,” was published in the Cat Crimes Through Time Anthology. As Dulcie Mills in Second Life, she has also been involved in writing as an editor and publisher of RezLibris, a Second Life librarian magazine. She has a B.A. in English and a M.L.S. in Library Science. Listen in to learn about her novels, how Debbie discovered Second Life, her shop on Book Island, upcoming book signing and Amazon promotion. 


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    Music by James Olmos (Song: You're The Mystery)

  • 00:16

    Talk! with Marie Presents National Poetry Month & Kingston Gallery

    in Art

    April is National Poetry Month! What are you doing to celebrate? Join us to hear about upcoming events and where you can hear poets share their art. Marie attended Luanne E Witkowski's new exhibit at the Kingston Gallery in the South End. On Sunday, April 24, there is a Talk and Discussion at 2:00 pm.  Check out Kingston Gallery's page for more information about current and future exhibits.


    First Friday Youth Open Mic is held at First Baptist JP at 7pm. This is a vibrant community of poets, musicians, organizers and local residents. The event also includes live music. You'll hear a little drumming from Toussaint and other drum circle members during the segment. The featured group  for April is The Codman Academy Slam Poetry Team. This crew is one of the top-ranked youth slam teams in Massachusetts. Mark your calendar to attend the next open mic. 


    Mass Poetry is gearing up for its annual festival in Salem, MA. You can visit their website for more information about the festival schedule. Love talk! with Marie? Follow the show on Twitter and Pinterest! 

  • 00:31

    ANYTHING GOES Jeanne Marie Spicuzza

    in Pop Culture

     



    Bennet Pomerantz hosts the Betty award winning ANYTHING GOES..where he talks with guests from all forms of media. His guest tonight is Jeanne Marie Spicuzza. Filmmaker, Poet, actress and goddess


    Independent feature The Scarapist gains momentum on the heels of its award for best picture from the Verein Deutscher Kritiker und Filmemacher (VDKUF) at the Berlinale European Film Market (EFM)...Jeanne is the actress, writer and producer of the Scarapist


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:27

    Talk! with Marie Presents Morning Brew Host AngelJade Writer

    in Podcasting

    Today's featured guest is Poet AngelJade Writer. She is the host of The Morning Brew, one of the longest poetry events in Second Life. She shares her passion for the spoken word and some of her favorite poets. Her open mic is every Sunday at 10am slt/1pm est in Second Life. Love Talk! with Marie? Follow us on Twitter & Pinterest.