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Ken Triester, Maya Architecture Acclaimed architect Ken Treister brings a unique perspective to the physical remains of the ancient Maya cities. Through his knowledgeable treatment of construction methods and materials, Treister discusses the ways in which Maya structures have influenced current forms of design and construction. By observing these ancient cities Treister seeks to unlock the secret of the Maya’s mysterious collapse.
Josh Hanagarne, “The World’s Strongest Librarian” Few people expect to find a 6’7” weightlifter with Tourette Syndrome manning their local library’s reference desk. Yet, patrons at the Salt Lake City Public Library have become accustomed to exactly that. Today, Josh Hanagarne has gained control over the worst of his tics—partly through tearing phonebooks in half and bending iron spikes like paperclips—but growing up he was just a scrawny kid who loved books.
Bok Tower Gardens: America’s Taj Mahal The stunning Bok bell tower and garden was built in Central Florida by millionaire publisher Edward Bok. Architect and author Kenneth Treister talks about the masterpiece on Iron Mountain on this week's Dead-End Jobs Show. Kenneth will appear at the Miami Book Fair Nov. 24
MK Asante, author, film maker, hip-hop artist and university professor, talks about “Buck,” his memoir about his life as a teenage outlaw and drug dealer in north Philly on this week’s Dead End Jobs Show.
You’ve heard of mangoes, passionfruit and pomegranates. But what about the Chocolate Pudding Fruit? Chocolate Pudding really does grow on trees. Jeannie Fernsworth with the Palm Beach Rare Fruit Council tells us about naturally strange delicacies on this week’s Dead-End Jobs Show.
Listen as Clare Maxfield interviews Elaine Stoltz on her upcoming AICI Global presentation to be given Saturday August 29th at 2pm.
Color Theory: Understanding the Basics for Color Analysis
Elaine Stoltz, AICI CIM | English | .2 CEU | Basic
Before learning to perform human color analysis, you must understand the elements of design and the properties of color. An attendee would be able to describe the basic properties of color and select examples of color hue, temperature, value, value contrast, and intensity.
The Dead End Jobs Monthly with Elaine Viets July2013 Jim the Turtle Guy: A walk on the wild side
It’s turtle season in Fort Lauderdale. Jim the Turtle Guy spends his nights walking on the wild side. Jim Ressegieu is coordinator of the Museum of Discovery and Science Turtle Watch Program. He’s there when the loggerheads come ashore to lay their eggs on Fort Lauderdale’s beaches. That's Jim releasing a young loggerhead into the wild.
Wags and Tails
Do you have a child that loves spending time with animals? Is your child shy or afraid to read out loud in front of others? If you have answered yes, then we have just the program for you! Join the Humane Society of Broward County and the Broward County Libraries for our monthly Wags & Tales Reading Program. This program enables children between the ages of 5-12 years old to read an age-appropriate short story of their choice to an Animal Assisted Therapy Dog. The intent of the program is to make reading fun and boost the child's confidence in reading out loud.
Concierge by Design
Need someone to start your Ferrari while you’re away? Freshen the ice? Wait for the cable TV person? Concierge by Design offers this and more. A unique new service in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
The Big Bear Brewery
South Florida is a great place to drink beer. But we’re also the home of an award winning brewery. The Big Bear Brewery in a Fort Lauderdale suburb has won major awards. Today, we’re talking to brewmaster Matt Cox on the Dead-End Jobs Show.
You are intvited to be apart of what God is doing with this ministry. Tune in for worship, praise, and the preaching of the life-giving word of God,
Pamela Elaine Nichols, the mother of four children, like many mothers put the wants and needs of others first and ignored her own. When her marriage ended, she set out to heal herself and on the way discovered a 4-part “Resilient Beauty” practice for health and happiness, and now shows other mothers how to bounce back after a breakup. Through her business, Destined for Greatness Enterprises, Inc., Pamela Elaine inspires mothers with motivational music, lessons and videos as a singer, author and producer.
Pamela, who has appeared on Dr. Oz, is the author of Muddy High Heels: 14 Lessons Learned From My Breakdown, Breakup & Breakthrough. She'll be on She Struts Radio Thursday, April16, 6:30pm ET. Don't miss it. It'll be informative, dynamic and fun.
in Self Help
Elaine Williams, “girl next door” had it all – the brains, the charm, and the talent to be drill team captain, a national honor society member, on the dean’s list, and involved in her choir and community. What she hid was she was also victim of emotional and sexual assault. Realizing it takes the same amount of energy to make yourself strong as it does to be miserable, Elaine started her journey to a healthy life.
Elaine Williams is an award winning stand up comedian who has appeared on SaturdayNight Live, HBO, ABC, NBC, FOX, and has been featured in The New York Times.
She is the author of “Stop the Madness” and today as a certified Life Coach, she uses her comedic talent to engage audiences in discovering that the way to your heart is not through your stomach, and happiness is not found in a bottle.
Elaine speaks to corporate groups, schools and organizations who are trying to elevate awareness around addictions and abuse.
Tuesday, April 14, 3pm EDT: Today’s featured film on Progressive Film Hour is Can’t Stop the Water, a film about Climate Change refugees right here in our own country: they are a Native American tribe and they are in the New Orleans area.
To discuss the film are its director/producer Rebecca Ferris, chief of the tribe, Chief Albert, and Julie Maldonado.
Rebecca Marshall Ferris, Director and Producer or Can’t Stop the Water began her career with the renowned documentary film company, Pennebaker Hegedus Films, serving as associate producer on their films Down From The Mountain, Startup.com, Only The Strong Survive, andElaine Stritch at Liberty.
Julie Koppel Maldonado obtained her doctorate in Anthropology from American University in 2014. Her doctoral research focused on the experiences of environmental change and displacement in tribal communities in coastal Louisiana.
Chief Albert P. Naquin is the Traditional Chief of the Isle de Jean Charles Band of Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw, located in Terrebonne Parish, Louisiana. Chief He has been the chief since 1997.
TVFM guest host will be Elaine Wilman, author of "Going To Pieces...the dismantling of the United States of America". Elaine's first TVFM appearance is http://my.blogtalkradio.com/the-view-from-montana/2014/11/14/the-dismantling-of-the-us-of-america. Contact info firstname.lastname@example.org
Elaine will discuss how the CSKT Compact contradicts/violates the Winters Doctrine, the Constitution(Fed and MT), environmental regulations, economic studies, supreme court cases/decisions & right of way.
Sorry for this short notice. However, this CSKT Water Compact bill, SB262 is going full speed ahead. Just to remind you, the House Judiciary Committee, will hear the bill, SB 262, Apr 11, 10 AM in Rm 303, Capital Bldg Helena. Bus rides ($10) will be available.
More info https://westernmtwaterrights.wordpress.com/
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