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  • 00:21

    Author Courtney White talks TWO PERCENT SOLUTIONS on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Books

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes you to this edition of Conversations LIVE with author Courtney White discussing his new book TWO PERCENT SOLUTIONS FOR THE PLANET.

  • 01:32

    Q&A with Courtney & Dave / Lone Star Rally and SEMA Recap

    in Automotive

    On this episode of Wide Open Radio, Courtney and Dave will recap SEMA and Lone Star Rally. Also they will take live calls from listeners who have questions about anything from big wheel upgrades to how to get a bike featured in American Bagger or Urban Bagger magazines. Join our group page:  Wide Open Radio - Custom Motorcycle Talk Radio on Facebook for photos and videos from both of these shows/events. As always, the hosts will also discuss what readers can find in the latest issues of American Bagger Magazine and Urban Bagger Magazine. Listeners can call in to the live show with questions for Courtney and Dave by dialing (323) 870-4604 or go to our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/wideopenradio and send your questions to us in a message or comment.  

  • 00:59

    The Star Chamber Show #58, featuring Courtney Vice

    in Art

    The Star Chamber Show takes a turn toward the art world when Courtney Vice stops by for a visit with co-hosts Alexander S. Brown and Selah Janel on Wednesday, October 7th at 9pm EST. An amazingly talented artist whose work appears on everything from books to people, Courtney is a rising talent in the art world that listeners will enjoy meeting and discovering! Get ready for a good Vice! :) 

    About Courtney Vice: Courtney Vice was born in Baton Rouge Louisiana. Although she has been creating for 12 years, four of those years were spent in art school. In 2009, she graduated from Antonelli College, where she mastered graphic design. She has been tattooing and piercing sense 2010. Although she enjoys Dot matrix she is talented in a diversity of styles. Prior to becoming a tattoo artist, she contributes freelance graphics and designs for several businesses.

  • 00:30

    The Therapeutic Aha with Courtney Armstrong

    in Spirituality


    Courtney Armstrong’s The Therapeutic “Aha!” explores the thrilling and rare moment when a client reaches an elusive realization, allowing them to make meaningful change. In 10 straightforward strategies, this practical book demonstrates how to shake things up in therapy when a client is stuck or stalled to jumpstart progress. Readers will learn how to spark the “emotional brain”—the part of the brain that houses automatic, unconscious patterns—and create new neural pathways that engage and advance the healing process.

    Divided into three parts—(1) Awakening a Session, (2) Healing Emotional Wounds, and (3) Activating Experiential Change—the book walks readers through specific techniques for harnessing the emotional brain and re-patterning its routine. Elegant therapeutic insights and coping strategies only go so far; until we intervene with something our emotional brain can understand—a compelling felt experience—old, established neural patterns will persist. The brain-based strategies Armstrong presents include how to enliven the therapeutic alliance; elicit exciting goals; identify the root of an emotional conflict; reverse trauma with memory reconsolidation; invoke inspirational imagery; and use stories, humor, music, poetry, and even mindfulness to induce change.


  • 00:38

    Patrick and Courtney Hennessy: Hosts of Be Less Typical Podcast

    in Automotive

    Patrick and Courtney Hennessey decided to start the Be Less Typical podcast to pull open the curtains on an industry that has a bad rap, and offer you a line of sight into what it’s really like to work on the front lines of a car dealership. 

    Patrick worked in small dealerships and in large dealer groups. He even spent a few years working on the corporate side of the business.

    Courtney has also spent many years inside the dealership, mostly in the Finance Department. She is a teacher by trade and now has a corporate position where she combines her background in teaching with her expertise in automotive. Her greatest strength is her ability to bridge the gap between the retail environment and the corporate world.  She brings insights to both environments, helping to push each to the next level.

    Website: www.belesstypical.com

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/BeLessTypical

    Twitter: twitter.com/BeLessTypical

  • 00:15

    CrossCast PTL President Courtney Mann

    in Marketing

    This week we talk to Courtney Mann the new PTL President about new ideas, new opportunities to serve our community and of course the Fall festival. Join us as we talk to one of the Mighty Eagle Super Moms!

  • 01:01

    Philip Courtney CEO Urban Arts Partnership NYC Teaching Old Things in a New Way

    in Music

    Urban Arts Partnership is a not-for-profit that advances the intellectual, social and artistic development of underserved public school students through arts-integrated education programs to close the achievement gap. Learn more @ urbanarts.org

    Philip Courtney became CEO in 2003 and in 2008 Working Playgrounds was renamed Urban Arts Partnership.  The organization pairs teaching arts with classroom teachers of math, science and the humanities. "Learning Math through music".

    Urban Arts Partnership is the featured story in the Fall 2015 issue of Diversity In Action Magazine. The magazine president Jordan Weiss will also join the conversation.

    21 Howard Street 5th Floor, New York NY 10013 

  • 00:30

    Talk with Marie Presents Harvard Bound Courtney Woods & GoFundMe Campaign

    in Higher Education

    Today's guest is Harvard Bound student Courtney Woods. Courtney has launched a GoFundMe Campaign to raise funds in pursuit of her dreams in a new city.  Her long-term goal is to earn a Ph.D. in social policy to serve as a professor, community organizer, and social justice torch-bearer.  She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science, with a Community Governance and Advocacy Concentration and Political Science Cognate, and Philosophy and Law Minor from Michigan State University in May 2015. 
    During her undergraduate experience at MSU, she developed a passion for community service and outreach, which motivated her to volunteer frequently in the greater Lansing area. 

    Tune in to learn more about this community minded and civic leader as she embarks on this educational journey on the East Coast. Check out her GoFundMe Campaign.

    Let's connect on Twitter and Pinterest!

  • 00:53

    #56: Creating Community in the South with Courtney & Mandy

    in Moms and Family

    As a two mom family in the South, Courtney and Mandy knew the importance of creating community.  On this episode, Courtney and Mandy share about being a gay family in the South and what they did to create a large and supportive community of two mom families in their area. They will share specific tips for how you can create a community of two mom/gay families in your area.

    Find Courtney and Mandy on Instagram: @court12712 and @mandyb2400.

    Find LezBeMommies online at www.lezbemommies.com and on Instagram @elizabethcaliva.


  • 01:10

    NFLExporter Week 6 Preview with Courtney Williams from Her Fantasy Football

    in Football

    Extra Points is a weekly NFL Fantasy Football show hosted by Lance Goodman presented by NFLExporter.com. The show airs via a live broadcast from Dave & Buster's in Los Angeles, California every Monday & Thursday at 7:00 pm EST. Every Thursday NFLExporter starts your NFL Football week off with a game by game preview including in depth analysis, breakdowns and advice for fantasy football owners leading into the Thursday Night Football game. We return every Monday to breakdown and review the entire week of Fantasy Football and get NFL Fans and Fantasy owners ready for the big Monday Night Football Game. The show also features special guests, takes questions from the live audience, live callers and on social media through Facebook and Twitter. For more information, please visit www.NFLExporter.com or call 716-404-9883.

  • 00:34

    Recording Artist Juliet Nichole Jones (J. Nichole) stops by Good Deeds

    in Motivation

    Juliet Nichole Jones -  known as Christian/ Gospel Recording Artist J. Nichole- and an Inspiring Contemporary Gospel Artist who has a love of ministry and music. She is the daughter of a musician father and daughter of an evangelist/songwriting mother (as her mother is a brain tumor survivor) J. Nichole witnessed the healing power of the Lord in her mother's life. This 1st Gospel Album Titled “No More Running” released on October 21, 2014. Her songs written by her and her mother, is a compilation of both of their testimonials - the Cd also includes a song written by Mr. Henry Harris, Founder of ECMA and SpiritCo1 Radio along with special featured artist, as well as the G.A.T. Choir of PA.   J. Nichole is the 2013 Newsome Award Winner, 2013 & 2014 Excellence in Christian Music Academy Alumni and Award Recipient, 2014 Gospel Blue Mic Award Winner for Best Female Independent Artist of the Year, and 2014 Prayzefest Gospel Award Nominee to name a few.  Appearances : 36th annual Festival of Black Gospel, Dr. Bobby Jones Presents - for the New Vision Productions on the Impact TV Network, and Baltimore's 2013 African American Festival to name a few. She is pursuing a doctorate degree, J. Nichole enjoys spending time with her family or doing volunteer work with her local church or the women's shelters. She also enjoys working with her mother Yvonne in expanding their two organizations called “My Spirit in Motion” - Have Faith Records LLC, and SMOG's (single moms on the go!) - which involves many outreach programs to help women and youth in need.  J. Nichole’s prayer is that these spirit-filled songs will touch the lives of millions of listeners through numerous appearances on radio, television, and concerts throughout the United States and foreign lands.