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Join us in the Art Heals Us! Studio as we explore art, creativity and the moment -with Carbon Moments artist, Dominique Carter. Visual artist Dominique Carter is a native of Vallejo, CA. Drawing and painting came naturally to this self taught artist. Her mediums of choice are charcoal, acrylic and graphite. Best known for her portrait art, Dominique’s inspiration stems from her love of beauty and culture. She researches and studies her subjects. Dominique selects the perfect music to listen to during her creative process. Her talent continues to evolve with each passing day. She has perfected the art of capturing memories. Dominique currently resides in Raleigh, NC. www.carbonmoments.com
Join Cassandre Dayne on Sunday, August 2nd at 2pm EST as she highlights another artist who takes their works to the edge. Up this week - David Paris Carter-Singer, an accomplished author and fellow Booktrope team member.
Paris Singer was born in Brussels, Belgium. He has lived in the U.K. and in various places in Spain, where he currently resides. At university, he studied English law and Spanish law, but didn't like it. He then studied translation and didn't like it, either.
Currently, he teaches English in the south of Spain. He is told he has far too many interests. A few are basketball, tennis, swimming, playing his old guitar, learning Japanese, painting, reading, cooking...(See? Too many). Not a day goes by, however, where he doesn't write something, be it under a palm tree or on a bench at a bus stop somewhere.
Join for a lively conversation...If you dare.
Career Brand Expert Latrice Collins hosts “America's Workforce Today: The Power, Struggles, and Synergy of Generational Diversity”. This comprehensive series has included:
Demystifying the Stereotypes
Fireside Chat – Intimate Conversations with Millennial Professionals
Gateways and Transitions – Keys to Entering New Worlds
Solutions for Creating Company Culture Fits
Today’s show, “Igniting Generational Synergy” is the climax to a truly enlightening series. This episode features two returning power-house guests, organizational development experts Dr. Dan’on Carter (Author, Consultant and Assistant Professor at SAGU) and Jane Ryan (Author, Coach and President of Jane Ryan and Associates and PhD 2015 Candidate.)
This final episode will provide executable solutions for creating SYNERGY through diversity in the work environment. If you are a leader, manager or upwardly mobile professional, you can’t afford to miss this episode!
Courtney Carter is the founder for "The Brazilian Dance Company. She has been trained in samba performance including Northeastern Brazilian style. Afro-Brazilian education and performance, and other dance styles. Courtney has excelled in performance and teaching skills. In 2006 Courtney graduated from UC Davis. She earned a graduate degree in 2010. She led choreography and performances at Super Sonic. She enjoyed the privilege leading the samba school in major parades like the San Diego Mardi Gras in the Gaslamp and the San Francisco Carnival. Her mission is to educate people about the history and the beauty of Brazilian culture through dance, music, and performance. She is currently teaching children, adults, and Senior citizens basic dance steps and advanced level movement. She hopes to prepare them to participate in shows and competitions. Courtney hopes to establish a permanent cultural facility where all Brazilian dance forms can be taught. Her infectious love and knowledge of other cultures comes through in a strong way. Join us for this fascinating interview with a brilliant and motivational young woman. Courtney has a positive story. She struggled and came from meager beginnings to become a leader. She is great example of what we can all accomplish. Contact her by email firstname.lastname@example.org. She is a beacon of light to many. Your passion can be your light to freedom. Listen how she converted her passion to a profitable company. Come and get some of this motivation to change your world and get PROGRESS IN YOUR WORLD!
In this episode of "Runnin Off at the Mouth" we discuss Flawless experience with Dusko Poppington and his new recording label BlueRoc Records.
Join your host Nafeesha Pasha and her co-host Desmond Maurice Carter for this hilarious, yet smart show.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview celebrity Alan Thicke.
About Alan Thicke
Alan Thicke is a Canadian actor, songwriter and author. He is best known for his role as psychiatrist and father Jason Seaver from ABC’s Growing Pains. He’s earned one Golden Globe® nomination and seven Emmy Award® nominations (five for writing and two for acting), composed some of the most hum-worthy TV theme songs in history (Diff’rent Strokes and The Facts of Life), penned two humor books, HOW MEN HAVE BABIES – The Pregnant Father’s Survival Guide and the sequel HOW TO RAISE KIDS WHO WON’T HATE YOU. He has also written a successful humor/Post 50 blog for Huff Post titled Boomer Monologues. Alan has been married to his wife Tanya since 2005 and has three sons from previous marriages, marijuana dispensary owner Brennan, Grammy®-winning superstar Robin, and mischievous high school student Carter. Alan (along with his family) are the stars of the hit sitcom reality show Unusually Thicke which enters its third season on Pop TV in September and is now seen in two countries (US and Canada).
Work with non-profit ProCon.org
Alan serves as the newly-appointed Ambassador for ProCon.org, a web-based, educational, non-profit public charity designed to stimulate critical thinking by providing 2 sides to every issue- the pro and the con.
ProCon.org is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity. Our purpose is to provide resources for critical thinking and to educate without bias. We research issues that are controversial and important, and we present them in a balanced, comprehensive, straightforward, transparent, and primarily pro-con format at no charge.
Hr1 President Obama lavishes adoration and praise to Islam for contributions to the world... like algebra. Uh... that goes back to Babylonia.
#ClintonPrivilege = Hillary gets $600 haircut while putting department store and salon on security lockdown. Sure, she's like us.
Liberal ethicists argue that newborns are not people, so it's acceptable to do after-birth abortions. Oh, you mean murder?
University of New Hampshire offers Bias-Free Language Guide to students. There won't be much being said on campus this year.
American is problematic word for Univ. of NH. Is American money & federal funding also a problem?
Hr2 Covering crazy news stories with pundit & author Michael Hausam.
Republicans can never disparage other GOP in public. It's Party first. #SarcasmFont
Fellow Republican attempts to unseat Speaker Boehner as Speaker of the House.
Los Angeles thinks they are ending gun violence by banning 10-round magazines. Do you think the criminals will comply?
Stop Iran Rally in Los Angeles.
Planned Parenthood asks media to keep quiet on the latest video. Don't worry, that doesn't look suspicious.
Hr3 MSNBC guest says FCC should impose fine for media misgendering transgenders.
Former Carter staffer wants to kill all Republicans and Conservatives.
President Obama criticizes Kenya over gay marriage & gives billions to Iran who executes gays.
Defending the Iran Deal.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
The son of Nashville wrestling promoter Jerry Jarrett, Double J began his career as a referee, and was introduced to WWE audiences in 1993 as an obnoxious country singer, Double J draped himself in garish, light up clothing and capped off all his interviews by spelling out his full name and asking, “Ain’t I great?” His shtick could be grating, but his success was undeniable as he wrestled the Intercontinental Title away from Razor Ramon on more than one occasion.
Jarrett’s musician act unraveled when it was revealed that The Roadie (who would later gain his own fame as Road Dogg) had performed the vocals on Double J’s “hit” song “With My Baby Tonight.” The humiliation sent Jarrett running to WCW where he would act as both a Four Horseman and a Four Horseman turncoat during a year with the company.
Jarrett’s reinvention as a tough, Southern villain during WWE’s “Attitude Era” has largely been forgotten — although a partnership with Owen Hart was as entertaining as it was successful — but he had a run of luck with the persona in WCW. Double J didn’t make it back to WWE after the 2001 buyout of WCW — in fact, he was publicly fired by Mr. McMahon on the final Raw before WrestleMania X-Seven. But Jarrett continues to play an influential role in sports-entertainment as both a promoter and a persona to this day. Creating TNA Wrestling with his father Jerry and then most recently Global Force Wrestling with his wife Karen. We discuss all this and so much more tonight.
Mitchell’s guest today is Sam Daley-Harris, founder of RESULTS and author of Reclaiming Our Democracy..
In 1995 Daley-Harris initiated the Microcredit Summit Campaign which surpassed its initial goal of reaching 100 million of the world’s poorest families with microloans in 2007. Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Muhammad Yunus said: “…no other organization has been as critical a partner in seeing to it that microcredit is used as a tool to eradicate poverty and empower women than RESULTS and the Microcredit Summit Campaign.”Daley-Harris is author of Reclaiming Our Democracy: Healing the Break Between People and Government, which, according to President Jimmy Carter “provides a road map for global involvement in planning a better future.
Sam was a guest on A Better World Radio some time back discussing his work with and connected to Micro-Credit and Dr. Yunus.Sam will be discussing his effective work on reclaiming Democracy on a grass-roots level with Mitchell.
Join me this evening when I interview Cedric Hendricks and William Brower regarding the bill H.R. 1682, the National Jazz Preservation, Education and Promulgation Act of 2015. The bill will preserve knowledge and promote education about jazz in the United States and abroad. Cedric Hendricks is an attorney based in Washington, DC. For over the past thirty-two years, Cedric R. Hendricks has worked closely with Congressman John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) on Jazz-related legislative and policy initiatives. Among his accomplishments with Mr. Conyers has been the development and passage in 1987 of House Concurrent Resolution 57, which designated Jazz as a rare and valuable national American treasure. This was followed in 1989 by the passage of legislation designating May 25th, the birthday of Bill Bojangles Robinson, as National Tap Dance Day. In 1991, they successfully secured federal funding to establish the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra, which is now over 20 years old and has performed around the world. Most recently, he worked with Mr. Conyers on the development and introduction of a new bill for jazz, HR 1682, the National Jazz Preservation, Education and Promulgation Act of 2015. William Brower resides in Washington, D.C. In his 45-year career, Bill Brower has been a community organizer, a jazz journalist and oral historian, and a jazz and special event producer. He is currently a Founding and Senior partner of JBV Production, LLC. A major JBV client is the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation. In that capacity Mr. Brower has served as Producer of the CBCF Annual Legislative Conference Jazz Issue Forum and Concert. He has also worked with the Office of Rep. John Conyers on various legislative initiatives, including H. Con. Res. 57 and HR 1682. Keeping jazz alive on Jazz Notes.
First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 183: Beaches
Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young
In this hour you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.
Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"
Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits
Featured Artist Interviews and Their Music:
1. Alex Parenteau: "Another Fool Like Me" (with Al Shorting)
2. Debbie Harrington: "True Cowboy Pride"
3. Becky Rae Dalton: "Old Mississippi" (Intermission)
4. Chari Heldenbrand?: "My Grandpa"
5. Carolyn Carter: "Good Timber"
In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.
Listen live and join the chat at: http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com
Visit "Old Men Stories online at: http://oldmenstories.org