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The 2009 Natural Living Expowill take place on March 28 and 29, at the Polk County Convention Complex in downtown Des Moines, Iowa. In this interview I’ll visit with Laurie Belin, one of the organizers for this year’s event about the background story of starting this annual event, why it is an important opportunity for consumers and merchants in central Iowa, and just what it takes to organize something of this magnitude. www.naturallivingexpo.org
In this live conversation Mayor Cownie shares his perspective on Des Moines' extraordinary livability and some of the avenues that contribute to its great quality of life. We will also discuss the leadership that Des Moines has shown in sustainability, and fostering a green community, as well as it s recent involvement in a trade agreement for export of agricultural progucts to china. To view documents related to this interview, please visit the Cities at Work newsletter on the
Meet author Blythe Stanfel. Blythe will be my guest this Saturday, April 5th to discuss her book, Out of the Pocket.
About the book:
Out of the Pocket is about a young man on an odyssey during his senior year of high school. Mercer Murray eats, sleeps, and dreams football. Yet, his goal of playing at the University of Iowa seems unattainable with his father, who happens to be his head coach, fighting in the Iraq War. Mercer, whose slightly sarcastic voice masks his shyness with girls, struggles to see life outside of football. As he learns to manage without his dad, Mercer also learns about the life of a typical Iraqi teenager through e-mails with Ahmed, a young translator for Mercer's father, who starts a correspondence with Mercer. Mercer provides support as Ahmed struggles to provide food and protection for his family, and Ahmed helps Mercer cope with high school drama.
About the author:
I currently live in Des Moines, Iowa, with my husband and three children. I am a proud stay-at-home mom, and I am also an adjunct instructor of American Literature and Humanities at William Penn University. I have been writing for about fourteen years. My passions are loving God, loving my family, and teaching.
Grudge (drag) racing from the midwest. Indiana Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Michigan.
Larry Johnson, born in 1945 in Natchez, MS, is the author of Veins (David Robert Books, 2009) and has published poems in many magazines, such as New Orleans Review, The Iowa Review, Chronicles, and Town Creek poetry. He received the second MFA in Poetry ever given at the University of Arkansas. In the fall of 3006 he read a selection of his poems at the Library of Congress. He lives in Raleigh, NC, and teaches at Wake Technical Community College.
First test run for Wake Up Knoxville. This show is due to air May 1 for it's premiere. It is based on local current events from Knoxville, Iowa and will run Monday thru Friday.
We will discuss local sports, news and have guest daily to give you the most accurate information that is possible straight from the guest and our staff.
We will alos provide weather, announments and have weekly prizes. Watch for more information via facebook, twitter and other social media.
Frank Romano earned a PhD at University of Paris I, Panthéon Sorbonne.
He is a Maître de conférences (assistant tenured professor) at the University of Paris Oueste in the Anglo-American Literature and Civilization Department and a member of the California and Marseille Bars.
At present, he teaches law, literature, history and philosophy of law at the University of Paris Oueste and practices law in France and in the United States.
The author actively organizes and participates in interfaith events involving Jews, Moslems and Christians in Israel and Palestine. Dr. Romano has also authored a book entitled Storm Over Morocco, Globalization of Antitrust Policies (Mondialisation des politiques de concurrence), Love and Terror in the Middle Eastand a book of poems entitled Crossing Over.
Visit Mr. Romano's web-site @ http://www.frankromano-lt.com.
Triple award winning author. Writes entertaining mystery, romantic heart. Ballroom dance, blogger, freelance copy editor
Education: Bachelor of Arts in journalism, University of Minnesota; and Juris Doctorate, University of Minnesota. Military: United States Army, two years, seven months, eight days. Edited U.S. Army Recruting Magazine; served 19 months in Republic of Korea, six months as official United Nations Command reporter for truce talks at Panmumjom, DMZ, Korea.
Family: late wife Dorothy; son, Adam; daughter, Elizabeth. Hobbies: Social ballroom dancing, book clubs, one apple tree.
Interests: Freelance book editing; blogger, www.abodytobones.blogspot.com.
Interesting fact: Like many journalism graduates he dreamed of writing “The Great American Novel.” He started it after college graduation, then marriage, two kids, and work (i.e. “life”) intervened. In 2008 found a green folder with 53 pages of his original novel in filing cabinet. Retired, he set out to and did finish “A Body To Bones, First Skeleton Series Mystery” and it was published in 2009. (See separate “Winners Circle” press release for listing of novels. The list does not include a short story “Amanda” published February 2014 or “Adolph’s Gold,” a novel-length mystery released March 13, 2014. This makes a total of five novels and one short story collection in addition to “Amanda.”He was featured by the Iowa City (Iowa) Press-Citizen in 2010 as “someone you should know” for his worthy contributions to his profession and the community.
Residence: A native of Ireland, he has lived in the Illinois/Iowa Quad Cities since 1989. After two decades as a corporate executive for a national newspaper chain, a national food service management corporation and an international chemical corporation, he practiced law in his own firm for fifteen years. Bio03-2014
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Dans cet épisode, après avoir discuté le ton du jour du Calendrier d'Unité et la prédiction de la semaine, Marc, Barbara et Diane partagent les révélations d'almine sur le phènomène Internet "Heartbleed" et les menaces de guerre autour de l'éclipse de lune rouge. L'appel d'Almine à une cérémonie collective pour la paix est expliqué, et Diane partage son expérience de participation à la retraite d'Almine à Toronto.
Largement reconnue comme la mystique la plus profonde de notre époque, Almine aborde sous un jour entièrement nouveau les sujets tels que les prophéties concernant 2012, l'Ascension de la Terre et de l'humanité, le rôle de la Déesse et de la magie blanche, et de nombreux autres sujets métaphysiques tels que les mondes invisibles des anges, des fées, des dragons, etc., et explique comment les changements dans les lois cosmiques ont renforcé l'efficacité des méthodes de guérison. Le but ultime d'Almine consiste à nous offrir la possibilité d'accéder à la vie dans l'Unité, au-delà des opposés du monde de la dualité.
We will chat with a few members of the Kubb Devils. A college group who started kubb at UW Stout.
Show proudly sponsored by Des Moines Kubb, Kubb Nerds and the US National Championship
Show brought to you by the Clash of Kubb
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