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On October 15, at Noon, my guest will be Ken Conn. Affectionately known to his friends as Cajun Ken, Ken was born and raised in the deep South, spending most of his formative years in the port cities of Mississippi and Louisiana. While having a strong love for the South and appreciation for his Southern roots, he also has had a lifelong fascination with New York City. So strong was the lure, that at age twelve he ran away, making it as far as the Port Authority before New York City police found him and put him on a bus back to the dusty roads of Mississippi.
Ken found his love for cooking at age twenty while working aboard an offshore tugboat. There he learned hands-on from the boat’s cook and developed a passion for the Cajun style and food experimentation. Ken is mostly self-taught and thinks that not having been professionally trained as a chef is an advantage. It gives him credibility when he tells people who say they can’t boil water that he’ll have them cooking a true Southern down home meal in no time. Fulfilling his dream, Ken moved to New York City from Biloxi Mississippi in 2004.
He loves the city as much as he thought he would as a kid, but also takes frequent trips home to see family and immerse himself in Southern ambiance. Changing cities didn’t change his passion for food. What began as an informal instruction for friends developed into a series of cooking classes taught and organized by Cajun Ken. Looking to reach more people, Ken began to develop and produce a network cooking show. Cajun in the City now airs to over 1 million New Yorkers each week and is slated to air in Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx in Fall 2014.
In today’s program, we’re going to speaking to Silvie Bordeaux, an angel who is helping blind dogs stay safe by providing halos to them! Confused? Don’t worry. Silvie will explain more shortly. Then, after our halftime break, Shannon Keith, the president and founder of the Beagle Freedom Project will be stopping by to talk about her organization’s rescue missions to save dogs from a miserable life and early death in animal testing facilities.
Dionne Laslo-Baker, founder of Deebee's Special Tea Foods Ltd., began her entrepreneurial venture when her two sons decided what to have for a treat. Realizing that grocery stores did not provide many nutritional choices for treats, Dionne and her husband, Dr. Stephen Baker, MD, began to experiment with organic fruit and various organic teas and herbal teas. Their research and experimentation led them to produce the perfected product – a TeaPop that won the hearts of their children, family and friends.
What they came up with is a truly innovative and creative concept - frozen pop treats with the ultimate treat: organically made for good health.
So how did Dionne conquer the Goliaths in the frozen treats market?
Staying true to one's vision and communicating that to the team
Playing to one's strengths
Willing to connect within one's niche
As Dionne recalls with clarity and fervor, "People are more than happy and excited and thrilled to see especially a woman, and - even more so - a mom of young kids get out there and create something. And show her children what it takes to succeed."
The revolution of the mind continues...
we have been watching the Ebola case with a curious eye for awhile now And it has caused us to reflect on the horrid and heinous history Western and European countries have with biological warfare and human experimentation... And the nefarious practice of using the powerless as guinea pigs.
Is a there a deliberate plan behind the recent Ebola outbreak? Can we put a case on these scientists for continuing to use Black bodies as test subjects?
Join us Tuesday night at 10pm as we review our country's long history of medical apartheid and discuss the current Ebola "outbreak" ravaging the Motherland.
Call in and weigh in at 917-889-2924
in The Bible
Creation, as it exists, is not only within God, but in relationship with God.......The givenness of its active being is in the Logos; the Living Word of God flashing outward into time, and nonlocality, from the entanglement that is God.......thus, giving creation itself, a kind of sacramental character.......He moves within creation; causing, at the same time, a reciprocal movement into Him.......all of this points to a relational holism that intertwines the existence of part and whole.......this is an elegant and powerful idea, proven by repeated experimentation within the quantum realms, and it suggests that time is not fundamental, but an emergent phenomenon that comes about because of the nature of entanglement between temporal and Devine; and it exists only for observers inside the living universe.......any Divine observer outside sees an unchanging universe, where all events take place in a kind of instantaneous now.......or an eternal now. This is a potentially powerful conceptual framework for re-thinking the old idea that Divinity is relationality; and that Being is communion.......One potentially significant implication of this line of thought is that the world of our experience, filled as it is with distinct and separate physical objects, including ourselves, might be continually emerging out of a Divinely, and quantumly entangled universe.......a created reality that finds its source of existence entirely within God.
Our first hour is with Eileen Head
a Personality Matchmaker - Matching you to personality styles in Life, Love and Career. She is consultant, coach, speaker, workshop facilitator and author. Through her services and workshops, she supports people to "figure themselves out " . Then empowers them through powerful tools such as the Enneagram Personalities, to find their Relationship Answers.
Although based in Calgary, AB., Canada, Eileen is available for workshops and online to share her powerful message. She is also be available for keynote speaking and workshops internationally. After successfully overcoming her own relationship struggles, she now gratefully enjoys a life rich with loving - family, grandchildren and friendship experiences.
Our next guest is Jodie Foster, not the actress, the activist. Jodie have been hugging trees since 1988 in northern British Columbia and saw the devastating affects of clear cut forestry. The land was barren an unable to sustain life 20 years after being harvested. Returning from my trip Jodie started a paper recycling program in the office that she worked in. Jodie’s concerns expanded to the humane treatment of animals, including animals used in lab experimentation ,factory farming. In 2011 Jodie, and her husband decided it was time to leave the grid, that was causing so much destruction to our environment to show people that we can live comfortably without the monthly bills of gas, electricity and water. We sold our home and began to build our earth ship in May of 2012.Starting
Welcome to another episode of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review! Join Dburt and Captain Kirk this Wednesday (7:30pm EST) as they check their "tricorders" and extrapolate the latest news events that have occurred during this past (mid) week. Our sensors are detecting a forthcoming discussion on the following topics: yet more NFL shenanigans (Adrian Peterson child abuse allegations; Rihanna vs the NFL; sponsors vs the NFL) ; a new biography is released detailing the trials, tribulations and triumphs of Dr. Bill Cosby; progressive filmmaker/documentarian, Michael Moore posits that President Obama's legacy will be solely related to being the first Black president; Dburt has concerns about scientific experimentation involving human brain cells being implanted in mice with claims of increased intelligence; some Chicagoans are protesting against police shootings of three Black men in just as many weeks (no protests for the more frequent non police related gun violence though?); the story of Django actress, Daniele Watts reportedly being profiled and handcuffed by LAPD for publicly kissing her White boyfriend may be falling apart based upon further scrutiny and lastly, Academy award winning actress, Lupita Nyongo's message of being comfortable in one's own skin to the Sesame Street audience makes her even more endearing. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Host Janet Kira Lessin interview Experiencer/Contactee Nadine Lalich and Researcher Richard Lennie on Alien Contact Organization on Saturday, September 6, 2014 from 11 AM to 1 PM HST (Hawaii time), 2 to 4 PM Pacific time.
Nadine Lalich – Researcher – Author – Artist It was June, 1991 while camping in a remote area of Sedona, Arizona that Nadine experienced a dramatic and conscious contact with what appeared to be intelligent, non-terrestrial life forms. Having no previous interest and very little exposure to the ET abduction phenomenon, the shock of the experience was staggering, resulting in fifteen years of denial and suppression of the secret, known only to the friend who had been present during the initial experience.
Subsequently, the bizarre contacts have continued over the years revealing an extraordinary amount of potential data worthy of investigation regarding a variety of non-terrestrial species that may be visiting the Earth. Revealed during these contacts have been advanced technology, human experimentation and testing, genetic cloning and hybrid production, tracking and recording devices implanted into humans, psychological and emotional manipulation, revelation of future events, and a human military/alien conspiracy. Most importantly, the information gathered over the years has been derived primarily from conscious recall, without the aid of hypnotherapy. In early 2005, she joined the respected Mutual UFO Network where she met Barbara Lamb, a researcher with whom she shared her story. In 2008 Nadine and Barbara co-authored the book, Alien Experiences, 25 Cases of Abduction, which highlights the Sedona experience and many subsequent experiences in the chapter, “Marie.” -
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Tonight's guest is Ralph Ring of: BlueStarEnterprise.com
“Ralph Ring is a brilliant innovative technician who as a young man in the late 1950s and early 1960s worked closely with Otis T. Carr. With the aid of his small team, Carr, who was himself a protegé of the great inventor Nikola Tesla, built a number of flying disks which worked… prior to their experimentation being forcibly terminated by government agents.” —from Project Camelot
in Self Help
Jerry, his brother and Mom spent a good deal of their life on the run from a violent Father; moving from city to city, changing names, schools, friends and keeping secrets. He desperately needed a sense of belonging and found drugs, alcohol and instant friends at age 14. His use was way short of normal right out of the gate. By age 16 he had gone to his first AA meetings. He left in a hurry and didn’t get back for close to twenty years. In between were numerous disastrous relationships, experimentation with just about everything, crushing depression and a never ending search for that elusive sense of belonging. After a number of attempts at sobriety he finally found his real home. Join us this week to hear Jerry’s story.
Hugh T Alkemi speaks live with a special guest James Penner about his most recent book entitled "Timothy Leary: The Harvard Years." Obviously we'll be talking extensively about the psychological and psychedelic experimentation that went on during the time that Tim Leary was at Harvard along with Richard Alpert (Ram Dass), Ralph Metzner, and Andrew Weil.
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James Penner, Ph.D., is an assistant professor of English at the University of Puerto Rico,
Rio Piedras. A graduate of Brown University and the University of Southern California,
he is the author of Pinks, Pansies, and Punks: The Rhetoric of Masculinity in American
Literary Culture. He lives in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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