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It's time to boil the cabbage and dye the beer green as IWS Radio celebrates St. Patrick's Day 2015. Join Jay, Matt, and the hilarious IWS players as they delight in the best of Irish humor, music, history, and of course, beer...lots and lots of green beer.
Don't go out to party and risk poor, drunken life choices, vomitting in public, and getting popped for DUI on St. Patrick's Day, when you can stay home and be entertained by IWS Radio as you conjure up your inner drunken Irishness free from the fear of a future court date and/or paternity suit.
So sit back, relax, call-in, and enjoy St. Patrick's Day with Jay. Matt, and the IWS gang as IWS Radio presents: Raising a Glass and Dublin Down on the Fun!!
Dublin is one of a few cities in Europe that has not lost sight of the human interaction element. In fact, to the Dublin citizens, it is still the way of life that can neither be substituted with historic buildings nor preserved just for small villages. Founded in 841 by the Vikings, Dublin is a city with an interesting historical past that’s tightly attached to all the city’s monuments and churches. A visit to St. Patrick’s Cathedral or Christchurch Cathedral will take you back to Medieval times while a walk around Merrion square will remind you of the glorious days of Dublin when it was ranked as the second city of the British Empire after London. Today, Dublin is the Cosmopolitan capital of the Irish Republic with 1 million inhabitants. Despite the many changes the city has encountered in the last decade, it still remains as a desirable place for any who wishes to visit. more at www.avtravel.org and www.avtravel.com
Photos: 1. Bencorr from across Lough Inagh, part of the Twelve Bens, County Galway, 2006, Joebater 2. The Dublin Castle, 2005, FoekeNoppert3. Trinity College, Dublin, 2008, Pilise Gábo 4. The Samuel Beckett Bridge,2010,The Cliffs of Moher as seen looking south from the beach just north of the main tourist lookout where O'Brien's Tower is located. 2012,. Bjorn Christian Torrissen
Mike Lawing attended the Ninth European Kidney Cancer Symposium in Dublin last April, and has carefully crafted an excellent report to share that meeting with all the patients and family members who wished they could be there.
As usual, he has done an outstanding job.
In this interview, Mike and Joyce speak about this conference with Robin Martinez, moderator of the patient support conversation at Smart Patients, the successor to the ACOR "KidneyOnc" list. See http://www.smartpatients.com Participants were asked to submit questions in advance to Robin or to Powerful Patient.
In the conversation you will hear references to the following drugs:
High Holy Season ! March Madness ! part 2 - this week 3/5/14 8 pm est.
I'll be chatting with New York Brogue as they are releasing their long awaited CD this St. Paddys Season . And also we'll chat with Irish Music Legend Sean McGuinness of the Dublin City Ramblers .
Anyone want to call into the show and chat or plug your bands gigs call 714-868-0746
Jonny Ra with the news at 9:30
AND NEXT WEEK - THE CANNY BROTHERS BAND AND THE DRUIDS
Everybody loves it when the luck of the #Irish goes their way, but this classically trained Celtic trio is looking for a little love & support back to their kickstarter campaign. Artists Emer Barry (soprano vocals), Aisling Ennis (harp), & Mary McCague (violin) join Tamara Leigh's Trend On - Engaging Your Audience to Trend On You! to share their current kickstart campaign LIVE Wed., 5/13/15 at 10amCT.
What does it take to be a great figurative painter in today's art market? Join us as we talk to Roberto Ferri LIVE at the great art fair ArtMiamiNewYork.
Note: this show will be in English and Italian! Sabin Howard will be on hand to translate.
Roberto Ferri was born in Taranto in 1978. In 1996 he graduated from the "Lisippo" art high school in Taranto. He began studying painting on his own and, after moving to Rome in 1999, he embarked upon an in-depth analysis of antique painting, ranging from the early Sixteenth Century to the late Nineteenth Century. In particuliar, he began dedicating himself to the art of Caravaggio and the academy (Jaques-Louis David, Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, Anne-Louis Girodet, William-Adolfe Bouguereau etc.).
In 2006 he gained his degree, with first class honours, from the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome, in Stage Design. He collaborates with the Square Gallery, the Fine Art department of Liquid Art System since 2009. He also took part in the Omaggio a Luigi Montanarini exhibition at the Galleria Vittoria on Via Margutta in Rome. In 2007, he held an exhibition in Viterbo, at the Palazzo dei Priori, for the “Tuscia Opera Festival” as well as a solo show of his drawings in Rome. In New York, he took part in the Flesh and Passion group exhibition, at the CFM Gallery, and, for the Duomo di Montepulciano, he executed the painting San Giovanni Decollato ( Decapited Saint John). At the Galleria Vittoria on Via Margutta, in Rome, he partecipated in the A piu’ voci group event. His works are included in prestigious private collections in Rome, Milan, London, Paris, New York, Madrid, Barcelona, Miami, San Antonio (Texas), Qatar, Dublin, Boston, and Malta.
Stories Behind The Music- Lost Rider's Biography Series Of Famous Guitar Players Presents Legends of Rock with 'The Edge' Dave Evans...Dave 'The Edge' Evans was born in Barking, Essex, in East London to parents of Welsh descent, Gwenda and Garvin Evans. When he was a year old, the family which included younger sister Gillian (Gill) and older brother Richard (Dick) - moved to Dublin, where he has lived ever since. He did well in school – first at St. Andrew's Primary School and then at Mount Temple - and until he met the boys who would be his future bandmates, he wanted to go to university and become a doctor or an engineer. In the fall of 1976 he spotted Larry's note on the Mount Temple Comprehensive High School bulletin board asking for anyone interested in forming a band. He was the first to respond, and he went to the first meeting in Larry's house with his brother Dick. The Edge showed guitar skills well beyond his age, and the chemistry among the group was obvious from the beginning. The young men were in search of spirituality and the answer to the big questions, and consequently were torn between their Christian ideals and their rock and roll lifestyle. Larry and Bono quickly chose the band, but The Edge was uncertain to the point where he nearly left U2 during the October tour. But he took Bono's advice to follow his heart, and after a reasonable period of soul searching, he chose the band as well.
After a few weeks break, we're back with another lovely guest, Abby Wynne who is joining us to talk about mindfulness and how we can use this and other energy techniques to move forward in our lives!
Abby Wynne is a Shamanic Psychotherapist and Energy Healer and is considered one of the leading authorities on Energy Healing. Her newest book “Energy Healing Basics” is published by Hay House and available in April 2015. She has published 2 other books, and recorded a 2 CD set “Heart Centred Healing Meditations” all are available on Amazon.com
Abby runs a private practice in Dublin Ireland, and has many clients from around the world, for one-to-one healing and mentoring sessions. Abby also runs online classes and workshops, and has a weekly newsletter with exclusive content for her readers.
You can visit her community on Facebook or her website to find out more.
Welcome to Happy Talk Radio. My name is GG Stanley. I am your host with the most happy news from coast-to-coast every Saturday at 2:00 PM EST.
Happy Talk Radio is about you and me. Happy Talk Radio presents family friendly topics designed to invigorate your mind, body and soul in happy talk and happy thoughts, to think positive.
Happy Talk Radio concept is to keep you happy and in the know.
Every guest on Happy Talk Radio has a message to inspire and to motive you to strive for greatness.
Today the Macon Arts Alliance is in the house. My amazing guest is Jonathan Harwell-Dye. He is the Director of Communications at Macon Arts Alliance. In 2014, he was named one of Macon Magazine’s Five Under 40 Young Leaders and a GeorgiaForward Young Gamechanger. Harwell-Dye serves on the One Macon Economic Development Strategy Implementation Committee and the College Hill Corridor Commission. He is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Macon, a 2011 graduate of Leadership Bleckley, and is currently part of the inaugural class of the Middle Georgia Regional Leadership Champions program.
Jonathan began his career as a graphic artist at The Courier Herald in Dublin, Ga. where he went on to be online manager and creative director. He was editor of two Herald Publishing weekly newspapers and a continuing education instructor at the former Heart of Georgia Technical College. Harwell-Dye was a social media consultant for multiple organizations and was the social media director of a statewide political campaign. He was co-founder and curatorial director of the Three Cities Group Artist Collective, the gallery curator at the Contemporary Arts Exchange in Macon, and a member of the art committee at Eyedrum Art and Music Gallery in Atlanta. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from the University of Georgia.
UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey's debut at Wrestlemania came as quite a surprise considering Brock Lesnar's decision to stay with WWE despite lucrative contract officers thrown at him by the UFC in the final hour. Another overseas MMA death happened over the past week, and we'll break down the unfortunate tragedy and what it means for the sport. We also discuss last week's controversial Bellator main event, with Joe Warren losing his belt due to a scream of pain. Additionally, we'll chat about Tyson Fury's potential crossover from boxing to MMA and recap Connor McGregor's attempt to steal Jose Aldo's belt at a Dublin press conference this week. Somehow Tom, Rich, and Tony will also find time this week to discuss upcoming boxing and MMA events and discuss a few other breaking news stories.
We've got quite a lineup here today, so I know it's going to be fun! Most of my guests are new, but one of them trust me enough to come on again and again. She just can't get enough!
Please weclome back Kemberlee Shortland, author of “The Irish Pride Series”, “One Night in Dublin: City Nights Series 9”, “Moondance” and many more!
New to the show authors Viv Drewa, CH Bordelon and AD Cooley.
Viv Drewa is author of “From the Pages of Grandfather's Life”, “The Angler and the Owl” and “The Owl of Sipan Lord”
C.H. Bordelon and A.D. Cooley co-authored “Hunt or Be Hunted”, “Hunt or Be Hunted: Remaining Embers”, “Diaries of Isabelle Scott: Shattered Dreams”
This will be a full, fun show, so be sure to join us!
It's that time again! What time? You may well ask! Time to celebrate and other birthday with Tirgearr Publishing! We're taking names, making a list and checking it twice, so I'll keep everyone posted as we add people. Meanwhile, we're definitely chatting with publisher Kemberlee Shortland, author of the Irish Pride Series, The Carmel Charmer Series, Moondance, One Night in Dublin and The Power of Love.
Dellani and Christina will also be talking about their latest novels.
Tune in for two hours of International Fun!