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Listen in to the discussion between The VOICE Finalist - Michelle Brooks-Thompson and Dr. Richardson . . . get to know the person behind Adam Levine's choice!
Find out who was a strong influence in helping craft her gift. When did she began singing? What is next for The Rhythm of Gospel Awards Show Nominee?
All this and more on Friday, January 8, 2016 at 8 PM
Will be talking about The Challenge Bloodlines with finalist Cory Wharton originally from Real World Explosion. Why did he choose Mitch to bring along to the challenge with him, What was his relationship like with Aneesa now and when he was in Turkey. How did he feel going into the final from winning two challenges in a row. All that and much more
Have you ever wondered what it is like to train hard, compete in Obstacle Course Races at a high level, and then become a Las Vegas Finalist on American Ninja Warrior (ANW)? Then my guest for the next episode will be able to tell you all about it. Join me on 01/14/16 at 1130 am EST, as I speak with 2015 ANW Finalist, SEAN CLAYTON. Sean is a hardworking guy, who trains to compete at the highest levels! He does not have a relaxed mode. Everything he strives for and accomplishes, comes with amazing focus! Tune in LIVE and hear what we have to say!
Lori Rader-Day's debut The Black Hour received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Booklist, and Library Journal and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her new mystery, Little Pretty Things, was released in July. Born and raised in central Indiana, she now lives with her husband and dog in Chicago. Her fiction has appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Time Out Chicago, The Madison Review, and others. Lori is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and International Thriller Writers. Rader-Day’s debut mystery, The Black Hour, won the 2014 Anthony Award for Best First Novel and was a finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her second novel, Little Pretty Things, received a starred review from Booklist and was named a 2015 “most arresting crime novel” byKirkus Reviews. She lives in Chicago. Visit her at LoriRaderDay.com or on Twitter at @LoriRaderDay.
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Zack Snyder, the director of the new DC Film "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is today's special guest. In this podcast, we discuss the new film, reaction to the film "Man of Steel," the creation of the DC Cinematic Universe. He also addresses conversations he had with Christopher Nolan about not continuing the "Dark Knight" trilogy, plus his feelings on the current DC Television shows, and how characters will evolve on the big screen.
Zack is participating in the 10th and final Crash the Super Bowl contest that will make its final appearance during the Super Bowl. 3 lucky finalists have been vying for consumer votes over the past weeks to win the grand prize. One finalist ad (based on most votes) will air during the Super Bowl and win the creator a $1 mill grand prize and the opportunity to collaborate with Zack Snyder on a future DC Entertainment film. Because the 10th and final Crash the Super Bowl also marks the 50th anniversary of the Doritos brand and the 50th anniversary of the Super Bowl, Doritos is shaking up the contest this year. The two other finalists will each win a $100,000 prize and opportunity to consult on an upcoming Doritos project.
Segment 1: Chris Litster has been a member of the Constant Contact team since 2006. He has played a pivotal role in the company’s growth and product expansion and now oversees Constant Contact’s global sales and marketing strategy.
Segment 2: Ron D. Miller is the CEO of StartEngine, one of the nation’s only crowdfunding platforms. His success has been publicly recognized as a four-time Inc. 500/5000 Award recipient and as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year Award Finalist. As a Venture Partner, Miller brings his deep expertise as a leader and operator at many companies, which he has taken to exit. He is especially passionate about cause-based entrepreneurship and holds the trademark for "Doing Well by Doing Good."
Segment 3: Sarah Burrows is the founder of Modern Sprout. In April of 2013, Modern Sprout launched its first product – an indoor windowsill 3-Pot Wood Planter with an internal hydroponics system hidden inside – on Kickstarter. Receiving both national and international interest, Modern Sprout raised nearly $80,000 in only 35 days. They then went on to get on the shelves at Target.
Segment 4: Jennifer Warawa is the Global Vice President of Product Marketing for Sage. She works with her team in Sage’s accounting business all around the world to innovate and define the future global solutions Sage will develop for accountants.
Segment 5: Linda Forman is a CPA based in Evanston IL. She is the a past winner of the SBA accounting advocate award.
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Erica Miriam Fabri is a writer and performer and a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts and received her MFA in Poetry from The New School.
Her work has been published in numerous literary journals and magazines including: New York Quarterly, Texas Review, The Spoon River Poetry Review, Hanging Loose Magazine, Good Foot Magazine, Paper Street and more.
She has performed and facilitated workshops and seminars at: Cooper Union School of the Arts, New York University, Columbia University, Penn State University, The Brooklyn Public Library, Poet’s House, The Fortune Society, The Robin Hood Foundation, and the PEN Prison Writing Program. She has worked on projects as a writer, editor and performance director for The New York Knicks, HBO and Nickelodeon Television.
She is also a spoken word mentor and curriculum writer for Urban Word NYC, a non-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing spoken word, poetry and hip-hop arts to inner-city teens.
She has been awarded a writer’s residency at the Omega Institute and has been a featured and/or visiting poet and performer for numerous art festivals and numerous outreach programs including drug rehabilitation centers, prisons and hospitals. Her first book, Dialect of a Skirt, was a finalist for the 2011 Paterson Poetry Prize and it was included on the list for: The Best Books of 2009 at About.com and made the Small Press Distribution’s bestseller list for June 2010 as well as the Poetry Foundation’s bestseller list for October 2010.
She currently teaches Performance Poetry at Pace University, Creative Writing at The School of Visual Arts and a variety of Poetry courses at Baruch College and Hunter College of The City University of New York (CUNY).
Our guests this morning are Dean Schoppe and Peter Steinbroner from the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club.
Dean Schoppe is a resident of Manhattan Beach and the President of HL Classic Corporation. He began playing badminton at 15 and played juniors for the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club thru 1976. He then went on to play for California State University Dominguez Hills. He was a member of the USA National Team from 1989 through 1993 and the winner of the Sao Paulo/ Brazil Open 1998/2000 Men’s Doubles. Dean was a finalist or semi-finalist in the Open World Ranking Tournaments in Puerto Rico, Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala and the US from 1999 to 2008. He began teaching and coaching at MBBC when he was 17. He worked 7 years with the Jim Poole Academy of Badminton and was an Instructor for 10 years at The George Washington University Badminton Camps.
Peter Steinbroner was the 1972 Junior National Champion in 18 & Under Boys Doubles; the 1975 National Collegiate Champion representing California State University Dominguez Hills; and California State Singles and Doubles Team Champion representing CSUDH again. A member of the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club since 1977, Peter was President in 2010.
This morning, we’re going to learn the history of the Manhattan Beach Badminton Club and the upcoming U.S. Olympic Badminton Qualifying Tournament stop on the ‘Road to Rio 2016’ which will take place at MBBC February 3 through February 7.
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you’re willing to work hard. Her dedication for the past 4 years resulted in her national debut at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, featuring Disney stars. She also had the opportunity to perform at American Idol Finalist Todrick Hall’s show Twerk du Soleil. Her latest performance was with Platinum singer, songwriter, actor Jessie McCartney.
Author of the Rolly Waters Series Corey Lynn Fayman drops by It's A Myster to Me to discuss his latest release Desert City Diva the third book in the crime series featuring the guitar-playing San Diego private investigator, Rolly Waters. Desert City Diva follows the second novel in the series, Border Field Blues winner of the 2013 Hollywood Book Festival Award for Genre-Based Fiction and a finalist in the Mystery category of ForeWord Reviews 2013 Book of the Year Award, along with Fayman’s critically-acclaimed first Rolly Waters novel, Black’s Beach Shuffle.
Corey has worked as a keyboard player, sound technician, and interactive designer. He holds a B.A. in English, with a specialization in creative writing and poetry from UCLA, and an M.A. in Educational Technology from San Diego State University. Fayman spent three years as a sound technician and designer at the nationally lauded Old Globe Theater, where he received several nominations and a Drama-Logue Award for his theatrical sound design. He lives in San Diego, California. Visit Corey on the web at http://www.coreylynnfayman.com
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Vivian Lin is a Toronto-based director, producer and writer. Her short film And They Watched, a horror morality tale, is an Official Selection of Sitges International Film Festival, Shriekfest Film Festival, Holly Shorts Film Festival, Mile High Horror Film Festival, and more. It is a part of the film anthology Fun Size Horror: Volume 2. Her previous directing credits include Four Walls starring Nina Dobrev (Vampire Diaries) and Brendan Jeffers (Degrassi: TNG), and the comedy play The Mirror, which premiered at the Montreal Fringe Festival.
In 2015, she was awarded Telefilm Canada’s New Voices Award for writing. Her half-hour television pilot 100 Blackouts was a Top 10 Finalist in Final Draft’s Big Break Screenplay Competition, and won the Bronze Prize in the Page International Screenplay Competition.
She is currently co-producing the feature film Four One Nine, with Pierre Sarrazin and Suzette Couture, based on the Giller Prize-winning novel 419, by Will Ferguson, directed by Jeremy Podeswa (Game of Thrones).
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