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Camille Adair is a registered nurse, filmmaker and entrepreneur. After the 2008 premier of her documentary film, "Solace: Wisdom of the Dying", Camille completed the Solace Teachings, a documentary series with accompanying training materials focused on end of life, hospice and palliative care.
The Solace Teachings are an excellent tool for healthcare organizations, community groups and anyone wanting to deepen their understanding of death and dying.
Based on her career in hospice and palliative care, Camille’s passion for creative healthcare solutions led her to create FairCare, a sustainable healthcare model based on the principles of the triple bottom line, where businesses consider their relationship to the planet, people and profit.
Camille joins a growing number of like-hearted colleagues who are committed to positive change and a new healthcare paradigm based in environmental justice, social equity and the impacts of the aging population contrasted by the shrinking healthcare workforce.
Ebonie Camille is the CEO of the Ease Dropping Radio Network. Her show is based on indie music, and small business owners. You may listen to the "Ease Dropping Radio" show every Friday at 7pm CST..Ebonie Camille is the CEO of the Ease Dropping Radio Network. Her show is based on indie music, and small business owners. You may listen to the "Ease Dropping Radio" show every Friday at 7pm CST.
Friday, September 26th
10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT
Have you ever seen the show Ancient Aliens? Everyone has at least once…well this show investigates the theories that extra terrestrials have been visiting the earth for millions of year…pretty interesting stuff…but what if they are presenting something that just isn’t true?
Aaron Adair is a recent PhD in physics who works in the areas of education research, the history of science, and the intersection of science and religion. Along with previous work at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and the SETI Institute (where he searched for possible ET signals), he has published on education pedagogy, astronomical interpretations of stories from the Bible, and is the author of "The Star of Bethlehem: A Skeptical View." Aaron currently works as a physics professor in Massachusetts and promotes science literacy, skeptical inquiry, and integration with the humanities.
Aaron has a different view of the ancient astronaut theories and the sorts of claims about the past and why they don’t hold up and he looks into the sorts of claims related to modern UFOs and alien visitations.
Are things different than is being presented on television? Join us next Friday night as we talk about... Ancient Aliens Debunked?
Dr. Adair tweets at @adair_aaron and blogs at gilgamesh42.wordpress.com
Show Link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paranormalreview/2014/09/27/ancient-aliens-debunked-with-aaron-adair
Invite Reminder: https://www.facebook.com/events/357263567731892/
Join us this week as we talk to researchers Melissa Adair and Rob Gaudet of Team Squatch Unlimited. They just returned from a research expedition in Oklahoma with our very own Shelly Covington and others. We’ll be discussing their research methods, details, evidence, and views on the subject of Sasquatch. It should be a fun and informative episode.
Don't miss So Seductive Radio tonight at 10PM CST. The place were we have grown folk talk about love, sex, and slow jams. I'm answering all the questions you left me plus playing some smooth slow jams all hour long....www.easedroppingradioshow.com or Call (929) 477-1762 ?#EDR?
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The Harp Twins, Camille and Kennerly are identical twins who play the harp. They take modern songs from bands like Iron Maiden, AC/DC, GNR, Bon Jovi, etc and TV show themes such as Star Trek, Doctor Who, and The Walking Dead. They started making independently produced videos and recordings of these songs several years ago, and have become YouTube sensations, with a copnstantly growing fanbase. They have also gotten recognition from some off the artists they cover like Iron Maiden.
Join us as we chat with them about their talents, music, movie appearances, and more. The Harp Twins aren't rock or metal bands obviously, but if you aren't familiar with them at the moment, you will be hooked at the end of the interview. Don't miss it!
Fort Lauderdale, FL (January 14, 2014) – Co-authors Camille Burke, Stacey Pacouloute, and Mellissa Thomas are hosting a book talk to launch their Faded Diamonds paperback and digital release Saturday, January 25, 2014, at the African American Research Library and Cultural Center (AARLCC) at 2650 Sistrunk Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, FL, from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. to commemorate National Mentoring Month.
Faded Diamonds is a disruptive young adult novel following local pregnant misfit Leila Sudders, chronicling the staggering effects of the broken home on the children raised in it: self-loathing, mental illness, abuse, and their need for mentorship. Readers also get an inside look at the rigors of social work through a counselor's tireless effort to mentor underprivileged young women despite their desperate attempt to be strong in the face of their issues, which embodies the essence of National Mentoring Month (NMM).
Join us this Sunday as we "SPOTLIGHT" another great author.
Call in 347-326-9139
Ebonie Camille is the CEO of the Ease Dropping Radio Network. Her show is based on indie music, and small business owners. You may listen to the "Ease Dropping Radio" show every Friday at 7pm CST.
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Ebonie Camille created a network advertising local artist of the Chicago land area. Based off the online show “Ease Dropping” I created the spinoff “Ease Dropping Network”. The show didn’t touch as many issues that I wanted to present so I decided to create a blog. The Blog wasn’t enough to showcase other people’s music so I branched off. The best thing about EDN is that you can create your own space with tools to enhance your advertising. What makes EDN different from other sites is that its main objective is to cater to local artist. You may find the diamonds in the rough on EDN. Models, rappers, singers, music producers, short films, and fashion designers are included in the network. Please take the time out to join the gift I created just for you. It’s short as easy. Create a wonderful page in minutes. I hope you enjoy this treasure that I have presented to Chicago. Other major cities are welcomed. Let’s combined mold and change the Midwest for good. It’s time to embrace each other.
You know that we love to give you the Elders of Jazz - those who have paved the way in multiple ways. You're about to hear one of those Beloveds - Beegie Adair! Born in Cave City, Kentucky, in the 1930's, Beegie was playing piano at five. And learned those continuing lessons well. She left Bowling Green for more education in Nashville - and landed a prime gig at WSM Radio and TV - where she was a studio musician for nine years.
Ms. Adair also found her way to "The Johnny Cash Show" - where she served from 1969 to 1971. And in the days to come, she would work with a Who's Who of childhood heroes for many of us: Dinah Shore, Henry Mancini, Peggy Lee, Chet Atkins, Lucille Ball and more!
In 1982, Beegie formed a musical partnership with saxophonist, Dennis Solee. Called the Adair-Solee Quartet, the unit evolved into the Be-Bop-Co-Op, a Jazz Sextet. Eventually, she would record an album called "Escape to New York" under her own name. To research her discography is a night's work! Over 100 recordings - and her Beegie Adair Trio is responsible for about 35 of those.
The fabulous Jazz musicians that surrounded her: Nat Adderley, Bob Cranshaw, Gregory Hutchinson...well, that's enough for another show! And this amazing artist has also taught children the miracle of music - she freelanced in Nashville when women who were doing so were considered an oddity. And she formed a jingle company with her late husband. Matter-of-fact, our beautiful guest STILL plays for the Nashville Jazz Workshop - she has dates in August :)
You might have heard of the radio show, "Improvised Thoughts" via NPR? That was Beegie Adair! And she was invited to be on the syndicated "Piano Jazz" show with fellow keyboard Master, Marian McPartland.
Please join us for a VERY special time on 8/5/2014
Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes thriller novelist Polly Iyer to the studio. Polly originally was a freelance illustrator for Pucci and Valentino but as times changed, she realized that what she really wanted to do was write books. After her children were grown, she wrote two books under a pen name but now writes under her own. She has just published her 7th novel and is a member of Sisters in Crime, South Carolina chapter. I'm anxious to discuss Polly's take on self-publishing, where her creativity springs from and to learn about the great fashion houses for whom she once worked. Call to join us 347-884-8266. Visit Polly at http://pollyiyer.com
A special thank you to Robert Gregory Browne, author, composer and musician, for our Authors on the Air theme song. Visit Rob at http://robertgregorybrowne.com. Underwriting kudos to Michael Lowndes at PML Media and Authors Marketing Hub. On the web at http://pmlmedia.com and http://authormarketinghub.com. Sponsors are: Lindsay McKenna, author of military romance books. Cerry Adair, Writer's Bible author and romantic suspense books. And by the author of best-selling thriller "HARD RETURN", JCarson Black. We would also like to thank DISCOUNT POETS & SUPPLIES. On the web at http://discountpetsandsupplies.com.
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