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This program will explore the craft brewery scene in Virginia through the eyes of Matt Goodwyn, Creative Director of "Virginia Craft Brews" - a publication for a cause!, and Brad Cooper, a contributor to the publication as well as an aspiring craft brewer. The interview will cover such topics as growth and key players in the Virginia craft brewery sector, the strong attendance and "buzz" at last July's National Beer Expo in Richmond, and evolving craft brewing regulations in the state.
Gary Vaughan publishes the "Delmarva Winery and Brewery Journal" blog, and this webinar marks the launch of a series of BlogTalkRadio interviews with entrepreneurs, technical experts and other service providers to the dynamic winery and brewery sector in D.C., Delaware, Maryland and Virginia. For further discussion on this topic before and after the show, please join Brad and Gary at the following Twitter hashtag: #toastdmvbrew.
Indigenous cultures throughout history have tried to commune with The Most High or the Apex of their own being by rituals, mantras, or meditations and many other forms that was passed down by ear to mouth or written in stone knowledge and experiences.The craft before Freemasonry deals with this hidden esoteric knowledge... it began way before the letters M.A.S.O.N. Were put together to read out Mason.Those that practiced mysticism also included the female or the first man, womb-man!
Join us Live Saturday NIght August 2nd as Drinking Dirty in Jersey leads the craft beer Crusade! We will have live in the studio Man Skirt brewing Co. a new Brewery opening in Hackettstown NJ. We will discuss the new brewery and what awesome craft beers we can expect from them. We will also taste test 6 different craft beers selected by Man Skirt brewing live on the show! Also Cricket HIll's Rick Reed the most interesting man in the world, Salute to the greatest drunk of all time Andre the giant, Drinkng games and ofcourse crazy drunk antics...Tune in and Drink On!
World Wine Marketing1 Host, Mark Norman, interviews the organizer (Kellie Shevlin) of the 1st ever Craft Beverage Expo to be held later this spring in northern California. Find out why every small wine producer and every craft beer, and craft spirits manufacturer should attend this special event.
Kellie will provide insights into the agenda and the exhibitors of this expo designed to help craft beverage businesses grow in today's competitive US adult beverage market! Please come join us live or listen to the podcast after the fact!
In today's episode of GUC we welcome back to the show, Dr. Nicole Kosanke the director of family services at the Center for Motivation and Change.
Previously, Dr. Kosanke was on the show to talk about the book she co-authored titled, Beyond Addiction: How Science And Kindness Help People Change. You can listen to that episode by clicking here.
Today Dr. Kosanke is back with us to discuss CRAFT, an alternative intervention method which teaches families how to encourage the substance user, in their life, to reduce use and enter treatment.
Dr. Nicole Kosanke is director of family services at CMC where she specializes in working with family members of people abusing substances. In 2008 Dr. Kosanke was featured in an O, The Oprah Magazine article about her client's experience in treatment at CMC, which was later published in O's Big Book of Happiness: The Best of O.
Connect with Dr. Kosanke on Twitter.
The island of Crete was the location of one of the first major cultures that grew to significance about 4000 years ago. We know that culture as the Minoans. Along with giving us the day off, Minoa may also be able to give Freemasons answers to the nature and future of the culture of freemasonry and how it will evolve.
In exchange for giving us metals and materials, the earth extracts a price. We call it pollution.
The world of freemasonry is different today than it was in the beginning. We often can't determine specific points in time but we have context that gives us reliable guesses. Our history was less 'Big Bang' and more molecular. What we know today as the practice of freemasonry came about gradually over time, influenced by social change, invention, history and evolution of science and ideas but always changing. Freemasonry did not absorb every idea, nor reduce every question into useful information. Some of us realize to inject the Craft with a sense that what has been gained, we must realize it is still growing, influenced by the flotsam and jettsom hitting the shores of freemasonry. Yet despite that there are freemasons convinced shrinking membership is a sign of risk.
There are some who even trifle out of a belief freemasonry is the Constitution. I always thought Freemasonry is a bundle of ideas with a dilettante soul. That part doesn't need protection but we apprentices do. We need organization. We need the validation of constituion. We need exposure to scholarship.
So is freemasonry elemental or not? If we could advertise intelligence we could give away freemasonry gratis. Me? I know freemasonry is about ability, effort and maturity.
Join us live Saturday Night July 5th as we let everyone else know why NJ Craft Beer is the best in the country! We are not just Guidos and Mobsters we also make really fucking good beer! We will have the best Craft beers on the show and highlight why there better than your states crappy beer. We also have 2 awesome Jersey Bars as guests on the show Tavern on the Lake in Hightstown NJ and The Pattenburg House in Asbury NJ. We will also have some crazy drunk "Antics" that the Blog Talk Radio Brass knows and loves...So grab some beers and tune in and Drink On!
Pagans Tonight radio Network presents:
8 pm CST: Circle Craft Study with Selena Fox: Super Moon Celebration - Rituals, chants, and meditations for celebrating the Full Moon at perigee, the time of year when the elliptical orbit of the Moon brings it closest to Earth - when the Moon appears bigger and brighter.
9pm CST: Raise the Horns
2nd and 4th Tuesday-Raise the Horns featuring Jason Mankey-it's Paganisn, Rock and Roll and SO much more!
in Self Help
Join Host Monica Richardson for an indepth One Hour Interview With Craft Coach- Cathy Taughinbaugh.
I’ve personally experienced the heartaches and hardships of substance abuse with my own children, and I understand what it takes to support long-term recovery for both of you.
You may be feeling overwhelmed by the chaos, confusion, fear and frustration of trying to deal with your child’s substance abuse. Know that life can change and things can get better.
I’ve dedicated my work to helping parents transform the anxiety and uncertainty they feel into clarity and peace of mind through personal coaching.
I’m a parent who has been in your shoes and know from the inside how hard this may be for you.
It is a story of how children can be branded as witch and how they are abused in the name of sacred religion. The oil pollution in the Niger Delta plays significant role in impacting the whole story. You will understand what I mean when you listen to the story.
Rabia Mazhar....MOM & CHILD
Chief Godwin Oyedokun......DAD & NATIVE DOCTOR
Hideko Nagashima....JOHN & NARRATOR
Global Eco Theatre is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solvinghe problems. The regions contributes major cause of global warming and climate change. Our website: http://www.swacin.com
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