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FARRAH GRAY: Where is Farrah Gray of Farrah Gray Publishing?
Live with Sherri will ask the listening auidence the big question: FARRAH GRAY: Where is Farrah Gray of Farrah Gray Publishing Company? Well, Sherri Jefferson wants to know where is Farrah Gray? Does anyone have an actual street address for Mr. Gray? This episode will dscuss why Sherri Jefferson needs to know the actual location of Farrah Gray and what you can do to help!
Listen to the conversation on The Danny Tisdale Show Podcast show with host Danny as he talks to Farrah Griffin, about her new book Harlem Notrune and Amma Whatt performs at Red Rooster in Harlem October 10th at 7 pm. Listen Live Tuesday, October 1st, at 2 pm
Danny talks about the latest Harlem news on Harlem World Magazine Facebook, and HW's Harlem History site on Facebook, Twitter and HarlemWorldMag.com.
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Rando Records and Ken Griffin
Ken Griffin: You Can’t Be True Dear
Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade
For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or email@example.com
The Rondo Records Story
By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries
Ken Griffin at the Organ A: You Can’t be true dear
Rondo records R-128-A
Arrangement by Ken Griffin
Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Cuckoo Waltz
Rondo records R-128-B
Arrangement by Ken Griffin
Edited by Bryon Young © Robert L. Campbell and Robert Pruter
Becomes the House that Griffin Built
Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Donkey Serenade
Rondo records R-129-A By Rudolph Priml
Kenneth W. Griffin was born December 28, 1909, He taught himself to play the pipe organ in a movie theater. In 1935, he adopted the Hammond organ.
Ken Griffin at the Organ B: Ciribiribin
Rondo records R-129-B
Ken Griffin at the Organ A: Doodle-EE-DO
Rondo records R-130-A
Griffin's singles were all in the 100 series, which kept on going through the company's Chicago period, That was when the company issued Ken Griffin's first instrumental single: You Can't Be True, Dear" and "Cuckoo Waltz" on Rondo 128.
Ken Griffin at the Organ B: American Patrol
Rondo records R-130-B
For the month of March, we will be celebrating Women's History Month. This week our special guest is Ms. Farrah Fontaine, Esq.We will be discussing women and the journeying of finding her purpose.
Ms. Fontaine graduated from Westminster Christian High School in Miami Florida and received her undergraduate degree from the University of Miami in 2002. Ms. Fontaine went on to law school at American University, Washington College of Law in Washington, DC.
After law school she completed a federal clerkship and was a commercial litigator for a large Miami law firm. In April of 2008, Ms. Fontaine decided to start a Mary Kay business, after falling in love with the company's philosophy of God 1st, Family 2nd, Career 3rd, and it's Mission Statement of Enriching Women's Lives.
She pursued both Mary Kay and her legal career concurrently for nearly 5 years earning 3 cars with Mary Kay and joining the top 2% of Mary Kay as a sales director. Today, Ms. Fontaine is excited to celebrate Mary Kay as her full time career and enjoys supporting other women in building their own successful Mary Kay businesses.
You have to be a part of this session, can't wait for you to tune in tomorrow at 2pm, ET, USA
Host Tabatha Pope welcomes paranormal romance author, Ronald Griffin to "The Librarian" on Authors on the Air.
Ronald Edward Griffin is the self-published author of the Blood Stained Saga with a wide range of goals. He has already published two books out of a four part book series. He will soon have the first origins companion anthology to that series as well as a horror/drama novella that revolves around two young people who fall in love because of a zombie virus outbreak titled “The Dead and the Restless”. When not writing he spends as much time with his beautiful 4 year old daughter who is a very intelligent little girl who just may very well inherit her daddys’ imagination. With his Blood Stained Series he hopes to bring an emotional rollercoaster to all of his readers as well as help his favorite animal the wolf. A dollar from each book purchase from this series will be donated to the Wolf Conservation Center to help support the effort to keep these beautiful animals from extinction. To learn more about Ronald Griffin, visit his website at www.bloodstainedsaga.com.
Host of "The Librarian", Tabatha Pope, can be found at All For Love of the Word and Facebook.
This is a copyrighted and trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors On the Air Global Network LLC. on the web at authorsontheair.com.
Thank you to our corporate sponsors: Author Marketing Hub.com.
Morning Glory with Evangelist Luceal Griffin out of San Diego
Flat Track Weekly Radio is your weekly Flat Track internet radio station. Third generation motorcycle racers Cory Texter & Scottie Deubler bring you insight you won't find anywhere else. Every Tuesday night at 8pm EST/5pm PST we chat with racers, team owners, mechanics, promoters and more that make up the great sport of AMA Pro Flat Track.
Presenting sponsor of the show: Thom Duma Fine Jewelers, Evans Coolant
Associate sponsors: Lightshoe & DesignStar3
-Joe Howe - Official Merchandiser of AMA Pro Flat Track
-Jason Griffin - AMA GNC 2 Racer #23c
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Susan Griffin is a poet, essayist, playwright and screenwriter. She was born in Los Angeles California in 1943, in the midst of the Second World War and the holocaust, and these events had a lasting effect on her thinking. The time she spent as a child in the High Sierras and along the coast of the Pacific Ocean also shaped her awareness. As she draws connections between the destruction of nature, the diminishment of women and racism, and traces the causes of war to denial in both private and public life, her work moves beyond the boundaries of form and perception. She is known for her innovative style. Her groundbreaking book Woman and Nature: The Roaring inside Her is an extended prose-poem. A Chorus of Stones: the Private Life of War, blends history and memoir as does Wrestling with the Angel of Democracy: On Being an American Citizen her most recent book (published by Trumpeter books in April, 2008.) This work explores the state of mind that engenders and sustains democracy. Susan was also one of the Editors for Transforming Terror: Remembering the Soul of the World released in 2011. Connect further with Susan at SusanGriffin.com.
Goddess Alive Radio is the weekly Blogtalk Radio show for the MotherHouse of the Goddess and is hosted by Kimberly F. Moore & Tracey Paradiso of the MotherHouse of the Goddess. We focus on topics about Women’s Empowerment, Alternative Medicine, and Living Mythology – how the Goddess is moving through our lives today. Priestesses, Practitioners, Healers, and Shamans will be joining us to discuss their practices and experiences with the Goddess.
For those in transition.
Video version available at https://youtu.be/raBC-1-xE5s
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Dusty Farrah Cooley from Nettleton, Mississippi, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse, incest, and rape. "Looking back," she writes, "it's extremely difficult to understand how I survived it all. But I did, and with God's help, of course." She goes on, "I believe that speaking out concerning my abuse/rape is what 'my calling' is." Sexually abused from the ages of 8-15 years of age, Dusty reports she did what do most 'disturbed' children do at this age. They act out. "And that's what I did. I got into fights at school, resulting in being expelled. I was labeled a 'trouble-maker' by my teachers and parents." She got no help. "Nobody reached out to me during those years. Why, I even wrote a story concerning a young girl being sexually abused by her best friend's father, and still, nobody caught on. But I eventually made a turn around, when I accepted Jesus as my Savior. I finished high school and became an RN." Dusty Farrah describes herself as a Beautiful Survivor, writing, ".. it's kind of weird hearing myself say 'survivor.' Because for years I remember just remaining in bondage. Never would I have considered myself as a survivor. For as long as I can remember, I self-medicated, cut and put myself down." She continues, "I guess you can say I hated myself, even more than my abusers. But that was the OLD Farrah. I'm a fighter now." In fact she describes herself today as a warrior and conqueror. "I'm in a new place now, and I love where I'm at. I love where I am in my life now. No longer do I look at myself and see defeat and warfare."