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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes legendary recording artist Leon Hughes of the group The Coasters to Conversations LIVE to discuss their remarkable career in music, what it has been like to share his music with the world and what keeps him inspired as an artist.
When is the last time you checked in on your emotional stability? Could be it that your emotions are truly what is running or ruining your life? Do you seek to manage those intense emotions such as anger, resentment, rejection? The reality is there are many emotions that we feel on a daily basis that quite useful. These touger, stronger emotions leave us clues that change is a must without a shadow of a doubt. Well, if this sounds of any interest to you, tune into iFinish Strong on Blogtalk Radio on Tuesday mornings at 6am as we discuss the journey into managing and balancing those emotional roller coasters. Tune in to iFinish Strong on Blogtalk Radio at 646-478-5269. Finish Strong by making change a must!!
Every week Karlyn shares ideas, concepts and success tips with you her listeners. Karlyn has over 35 years of business success and experience in the business communuity and has a lot to offer and give, so tune in every Tuesday at 3pm PST. right her on the biztipsradio.com network on BlogTalkRadio.
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When life is wrapped around impending loss, it can be hard to think about things that make you stop, laugh and have fun. Laughter is truly medicine, however. In fact, it lowers stress, increases serotonin (feel good hormone) in the brain, helps the immune system function better, and makes people more comfortable around one another. The Jack and Jill Late Stage Cancer Foundation understands those benefits in an incredibly unique way. Their mission is to provide families with opportunities to enjoy beaches, sunsets, sports, music and roller coasters – while head-on in the fight with late-stage cancer.
Jon Albert knows first-hand about the devastation cancer causes. After losing his wife the week before Thanksgiving in 2006, Jon persevered on the path they had paved together to treat families to a WOW! experience. Oncologists now prescribe his Jack and Jill LateStage Cancer Foundation (JAJF) to families, as part of the treatment protocol. There have been amazing advances in cancer; yet, thousands of children every year still lose a parent to the disease. Jon recognizes that cancer doesn’t just strike the patient – it strikes the whole family.
Jon Albert’s mantra is a sobering one: It should not take a terminal diagnosis for us to Hurry up and Live!
For 9 years, his foundation has been treating the families – not the cancer. More than 900 families in 45 states have benefited from the WOW! experiences. National in-kind partners include Shutterfly,The Coca-Cola Company, United Airlines, Avis/Budget, Ritz Carlton, and an army of others. JAJF has garnered attention from NBC Sunday Night Football, The Today Show, CBS, CNN, NBC, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.
Tune in to discover the heart behind JAJF in this exclusive chat with founder Jon Albert. Click HERE to visit the foundation.
Hosts Jesse and Cody discuss the increasing polarization in the world as it regards American politics and the border crisis, neither Congress nor the Executive Branch able to advance their agendas without an "all or nothing" approach. The Israel/Palestine conflict is a perfect example: both sides driven by existential forces and passions to defend and fight for their being and their ontology, the only solution coming in the form of strategic dinosaur placement or amusement parks. This leads to a discussion of American Culture's individualistic "all or nothing" strain, the wish to be accepted and embraced regardless of faults. Finally, women who are against feminism are examined to learn how identity, image and perception influence the polarization process.
Tamara Jackson is a motivational health and fitness expert who has taken to the Internet to change the alarming statistic that four out of five African American women are overweight or obese. All too familiar with the emotional, psychological and physical challenges associated with developing a healthy lifestyle, Tamara seeks to motivate, educate, and inspire women to take the steps necessary to reclaim their health and their lives.
Tamara is a Certified Group Exercise Instructor through the American College of Sports Medicine and has authored the book “265Point” to provide “on point” practical guidance to those that are ready to ditch dieting and get fit for good. She is convinced that that anyone can change with the appropriate tools, systems, and support. Tamara appeared on the demonstration floor of The Dr. Oz show with fitness guru and Insanity® creator Shaun T. in February of 2012.
Her weight loss success story is currently being showcased in the top-selling Hip Hop Abs® infomercial. When not writing, coaching, working out or leading a class, Tamara can be found hanging out with family and friends, volunteering, or cuddled up with a book. She’s also a huge fan of roller coasters, whitewater rafting and zip lining. A banking professional of 15 years, Tamara holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Virginia Tech and a Master’s Degree from the University of Florida. www.265point.com
Since the late 1970s, Tom Guerra has been a popular guitarist on the New England club circuit, playing with a host of leading blues, rock n' roll and R&B acts. Influenced by Rory Gallagher, Paul Kossoff, Jimmy Page, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Muddy Waters, Buddy Guy, and Joe Walsh, Guerra first gained notoriety after being featured in Guitar Player magazine (3/91). Over the years, Guerra has recorded or played with Rick Derringer, The Dirty Bones Blues Band', Max Weinberg, Mark Nomad, Sticky Fingers (for which Tom wrote and arranged original music for the group's debut cd), The Easton Brothers with Muddy Waters bassist Charles Calmese, Jai Johanny "Jaimoe" Johanson from The Allman Brothers Band, Second Son, Guitar Shorty, Adolph Jacobs of The Coasters, Kenny Aaronson, and The Delrays, for which he received acclaim from Buddy Guy.
In 1999, he formed Mambo Sons with singer Scott Lawson, based upon a songwriting partnership that dated back to the early 1980s. Their debut album, released in 1999, featured guitar legend Rick Derringer. This twelve-song effort contained both new music as well as songs the two had originally written a decade before, and yet was immediately met with very positive reviews.
Mambo Sons second disc "Play Some Rock & Roll!" (2002) was named top indie release of the year by NYRock magazine, and their third "Racket of Three" was called album of the year in Pattaya Thailand by legendary rock and roll author Mott the Dog. In addition, In 2007, Tom joined the Editorial Board of ToneQuest Magazine following that publication's feature story on him in April of that year.
Jacquelyn Thomas is the Founder and Executive Director of Kids-N-Technology. Since 2002, Kids-N-Technology has worked to inspire students to improve their performance in Science, Engineering, Technology, and Math (STEM).
KNT partners with elementary, middle, and high schools; colleges and universities; community centers; nonprofit and faith based organizations, to implement Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) enrichment summer camps and after-school programs.
KNT’s weekly summer camps are engaging and fun. Students enjoy designing and building their own laptops, Apps, robots, games, roller coasters, or learning how to code, blog, or create wardrobe color cards for personal image analysis.
Mrs. Thomas is a real leader in our communities in the quest to introduce STEM. Join me next week as she drops by for a discussion of all things STEM.
America's Top Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks" and Travel Expert Pete Trabucco.
Roller Coasters provide people a safe and controlled adrenaline rush as it pushes people to lightning fast speeds, death defying drops, and twists and turns that will make anyone dizzy. If you want to know what are the most epic roller coasters of all time for speed, twists and turns and stomach turning drops, Pete Trabucco the author of "America's Top Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks" has the answer for you.
Today World Footprints will go on an American Ride, experience exhilarating thrills and preview a month-long California Wine Festival.
Television show host, historian and motorcycle buff Stan Ellsworth breaks the mold of the stereotypical high school history teacher. A former NFL player, Stan is the Harley Davidson-riding host and creator of BYU-TV’s American Ride. Join us as we hop on the “iron horse” with Stan as he takes us through American history.
As the author of “America’s Top Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks” Pete Trabucco knows a thing or two about high-speed thrills. Pete is taking his need for speed and death-defying adventures to the airwaves in a new show, Thrill Ride Maniacs, and he’ll share the best places to enjoy a thrill in America.
With the month of April celebrating Earth Day, California wineries are embarking on a first time, month-long celebration called “Down to Earth Month.” Gladys Horiuchi of The Wine Institute will preview the month’s festivities and some up and coming wine regions in California.
We all LOVE a good roller coaster!!! Ok...well by 'we' I mean the cool people. We love feeling like we are flying right out of our seat...we LOVE having our life flash before our eyes....and we love that feeling you get right before we HURL! Most of all though...we love that feeling of survival...of knowing we conquerred the massive beast...we did NOT let our fear stand in the way!
One roller coaster ride I could do without? The emotional one....especially the nightmare of a ride called corporate ed reform. This ride lasts WAYYY to long....it has wayyy to many people and sometimes it feels like it has many more downs than ups....it just SUCKS!! How do we seperate ourselves from it? How do we take ourselves off of this ride while the problems still exsist?
Don't expect me to answer that one...I was truly asking cause I need to know BAD!!!! Anyone have any idea on how to stay sane in this crazy world? Tune in and let me know cause the Calgon sure ain't working!!!
Memorial Day is here- which in boring Albany Park, Chicago means it's time to get out of town or escape to the carnivals, county fairs and theme parks.
This week Comedian GREG REIFSTECK is joined by Special Guest APRIL MINER to celebrate things that make you go hurl. Deep fried county fair food, Great America's roller coasters, Santa's Village, Old Chicago, Kiddieland, the neighborhood church carnivals and of course Wisconsin Dells.
We will also talk about "family fun time" vacations (as APRIL likes to call them) to the Disney Parks and other nightmare destinations.