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Tonight, 5/27/2015, Host, Psychologist & Certified Natural Healthcare Practitioner Parthenia Izzard talks with Peter Fairfield, author of, Deep Happy: How to get there and always find your way back. Sign-up For Our Newsletter. Wellness help now! Blood Type specific supplements!
We present a new guest each week live on Tuesdays who is a representative from the world of alternative medicine therapies [nutrition, meditation, yoga, energy medicine, acupressure, iridology], related products [organic teas, supplements, technology], and issues [aging, lifestyle changes, relationships, healthcare]. They will share their expertise and wisdom. On Wednesday and Thursday we rebroadcast special programs and have open discussions on hot topics. We want to lead you to a healthier way of life physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Visit my BLOG.
On Thursday May 28th, 2015 the Hermetic Hour with host Poke Runyon will have as its special guest Frater Julian of the Benjamin Franklin Encampment who is an expert in Pennsylvania folklore relating to witchcraft and magick. We will be discussing his paper on the mysterious Roman family in the colonial Quaker community, Johannes Kelpius "The Wizard of Wissahickon," and his Cave of Kelpius, and Apocalyptic prophecy in the 1690s. The Epherata Rosicrucian Cloister, then moving up toward modern times with Dutch pow-wow, hexcraft, the curious case of the Hexencat and its capture. The York County 1920s Hex murder case. So if you want to catch up on your American occult and witchcraft heritage be sure to tune in for Weird Pennsylvania
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Ladies & gentlemen this is sure to be a great episode for you to listen to with out guest, Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss who serves the 2nd Ward for the City of Grand Rapids, MI! We are in for a rare opportunity to get to listen and learn about why Commissioner Bliss is so passionate about the community she serves and find out what lead up to where she is "in life now."
Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss began serving as Second Ward City Commissioner in January 2006, and was re-elected for a second term in November 2009. Commissioner Bliss is the Director of Residential Services at DA Blodgett - St. John's. St. John's Home provides emergency shelter and residential services for abused and neglected children.
Commissioner Bliss is an active member of our community. She is a board member of the YMCA, the Grand Rapids Youth Boxing Foundation, and Dyer-Ives Foundation. She serves as a member Uptown CID, the Kent County Land Bank Authority, the Fulton Street Farmer's Market Redevelopment Committee, and is a City Liaison with the Friends of GR Parks. Rosalynn has been recognized and honored locally as well as statewide for her commitment, dedication and work in the field of child abuse and neglect and her leadership in the community.
Kwame Alexander is an American writer of poetry and children's fiction. His book, The Crossover, won the 2015 Newbery Medal recognizing the year's "most distinguished contribution to American literature for children." Bryan Ripley Crandall is the director of the Connecticut Writing Project at Fairfield and has been a supporter of Kwame Alexander’s work since he met him in 2012 and invited him, and his book, Acoustic Rooster and His Barnyard Band, to be part of a Supporting Effective Educator Development grant through the National Writing Project, collaborating with Hill Central, a K-8 urban school in New Haven, Connecticut. Join us for a conversation about Kwame’s work and the ways teachers connected his literary contributions to write across the disciplines through professional development with CWP-Fairfield.
I am forwarding you the email I received from the Sheriff's Department today. It just gets more ridiculous all the time.
Sent from my iPhone
Begin forwarded message:
From: "Keith Rakoncza" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: May 27, 2015 at 1:22:38 PM PDT
Subject: Case dispositions
On September 30th, 2013 and April 30th, 2015 you had sent the Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department complaints in regards to Sergeant Frank Fenn. These investigations have been closed due to the employee separating employment with the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Department and the County of Stanislaus. I have attached two (2) case disposition letters that have also been mailed to you. Please contact me if you have any further questions.
Captain Keith Rakoncza
Stanislaus County Sheriff's Dept.
250 E Hackett Rd, Modesto, CA 95358
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Join us on Thursday, May 28 at 11 a.m. for a reporters' roundtable discussion as Record Talk Radio broadcasts its 100th episode.
So far, our guests will include Record reporters Linda Moss, Scott Fallon and Mary Jo Layton.
Moss will talk about her story on the contested Republican primary race in Rutherford where incumbent Joseph DeSalvo is facing challenger Daphne Williams-Fox, the grand-daughter of famed poet William Carlos Williams.
The fate of the performing arts center that bears Williams' name is one of the key issues in the race, which GOP voters will decide next week.
Fallon will talk about his recent story on the leaf munching moths and other insects headed our way this summer.
Layton will discuss her recent stories on a data breach at a billing company used by emergency room physicians.
If you have questions you'd like me to ask our guests, please forward your suggestions to me at: email@example.com.
Mike Chapman was elected Sheriff, Loudoun County, VA in 2011 and took office January 2012. He directs operations for the largest full-service office in the State of Virginia which handles county-wide law enforcement, the jail and our courts. The Sheriff’s Office employs approximately 750; 600 sworn deputies and 150 civilian personnel. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office serves a population of 350,000 and an area of 519 square miles.
During his three years in office, Sheriff Chapman expanded the Drug Abuse
Resistance Education (DARE) to include both Elementary and Middle Schools,
established a Cold Case squad; enhanced media outreach through integrated
technology and a restructured website; introduced on-line reporting;
professionalized the Human Resources and hiring processes; and improved training,
accountability and efficiency. Sheriff Chapman also initiated a county-wide internet
safety training program for parents (which has now been expanded to middle and high school students); added prescription and synthetic drug awareness with assistance from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA); partnered with county schools for “No-Texting and Driving” campaign; helped integrate mental health services, and initiated Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Training for deputies and dispatchers.
Joining with Sheriff Chapman in this discussion will be Mr. Phillip Thompson who is the current president of the Loundoun County chapter of the NAACP and he will provide the citizens perspective on issues associated with public safety and the impact it is having on the community.
Rez and Andy are joined by animal advocate Nancy Hill to talk about the changing views on animal cruelty and the international scandal of the Danish radio broadcaster killing a baby rabbit on air.
Nancy has over 30 years of experience in the animal welfare industry, having served on the board of the National Animal Control Center and currently serving as the Regional Director for the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS).
Join us Wednesday 27 May 2015 @ 7:30pm for Moors Heritage & History School live broadcast:
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