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Jessica Taylor will be bringing you interviews with authors and book clubs from around the world. As an Author and The CEO of The Queen Esther Enterprises, Jessica will be the voice for Authors who represents spirituality, motivational empowerment, community awareness, business tools & more. Special Guest Author Darrell Roberts.
Darrell Roberts was able to parlay his MBA, professional business expertise, naturally gifted insight, and personal miscues, into a book designed to assist others with personal and relational decision-making. By observing and communicating with scores of people of various backgrounds, in addition to learning many tough lessons first hand, Darrell Roberts uses his unique perspective, total quality management (TQM) skills, and witty writing style to address relationship challenges in a thought provoking and forthright manner.
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Introducing HOSTS, the forthright pseudonym of Miles Patzer. The Nashville-based Milwaukee transplant is a singer/songwriter capable of evoking levels of emotion through his bare-bone sets that leave his listeners in an unfathomable state of introspection.
Upon first listen, the candor and somber disposition of HOSTS' debut album, Hearttaker, conveys a seemingly bleak outlook, but upon further examination, Patzer asserts that even in an utter moment of destruction and sadness, there’s literally nothing you ever have to worry about again.
Patzer is unabashed in recounting episodes of animosity and personal anguish, yet manages to weave such incidents into a context which allows the listener to accept each song on a visceral level.
Ben Bradlee Jr. is the author of the NY Times best-selling biography The Kid: The Immortal Life of Ted Williams, published by Little Brown December 2013. He spent 25 years with The Boston Globe, 10 years as a reporter and 15 as editor.
As a reporter he served on the Spotlight Team at the State House bureau and as the paper’s roving national correspondent. He covered the 1988 presidential campaign of Michael Dukakis and also reported overseas for The Globe. Bradlee has written three previous books, The Ambush Murders, the case of a black activist accused and ultimately acquitted after three trials of killing two white policemen, Prophet of Blood, the story of polygamous cult leader Ervil LeBaron and Guts and Glory: The Rise and Fall of Oliver North.
A graduate of Colby College, Bradlee served in the Peace Corps in Afghanistan. On his return to the United States he went to work as a reporter for the Riverside Press-Enterprise, remaining there until mid 1975. Bradlee has three children. He and his wife Janice live outside Boston.
On grief talk with Audrey, I bring you experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss, hope and healing and those who have themselves been on their own grief journey, to share their experiences and skills to help my listeners.
Forced to remake her life after the death of her husband, Becky Aikman gathered five other young widows like herself and took a forthright approach to finding happiness again. Armed with up-to-date research, they rejected the now discredited five stages of grief and substituted laughter, adventure, friendship, and a healthy interest in, yes, love.
Important, insightful, and sharply humorous, Aikman’s SATURDAY NIGHT WIDOWS: The Adventures of Six Friends Remaking Their Lives (on sale in paperback December 31, 2013) offers a distinctive take on a largely under-covered but universal topic—starting over after losing someone close to you. Recent research, Aikman was surprised to discover, indicates that traditional approaches to coping with loss can be isolating and depressing. The Saturday Night Widows followed the recommendations of the latest thinking, sharing new experiences together one Saturday night every month for a year.
Noon Saturdays, "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
Join us every Saturday to hear about the latest techniques for improving your own brain power at any age, from babies to centenarians!
Join Cynthia de Lorenzi,who founded Success in The City, and me as we delve into The Creative Brain. Cynthia was tapped by Google to be an early adapter of Google+. She gives talks, lectures, workshops and seminars around the country on Google+. She offers an ongoing TV show through Google + and often interviews high-profile people for her Success in the City seminars. Last summer she interviewed the incoming Superintendant for Fairfax County Public Schools, Karen Garcia, which was very refreshing. Ms. Garcia was forthright and friendly, and the audience left with high hopes for the future of one of the best and largest school systems in the country.
Ray Wolf over his life has developed global perspective through his formal education in fine arts, education, business and law, complimented by extensive work experience as a teacher, business leader, and guidance Counselor. Ray enjoys motivational speaking, philosophy, psychology, and observing politics. He is forthright, "no holds barred" conversationalist who values honesty and integrity.
Selling out Carnage Hall just a few nights ago, Lake Street Dive heads to Colbert Nation for an encore and was featured on The Ellen Show Today!
FAN: I was in the audience tonight at the Colbert Report and during the Q & A asked: "What's on your Ipad/What are you listening to these days?" His reply? "Lake Street Dive" - Just wanted to let you know!
Celebs like Katie Curic, Kevin Bacon and Francis Mcdormand recently tweeted out her love for this jazz band.
Lake Street Dive makes the most of pop music virtues: solid, evocative song craft; propulsive grooves; and Price’s disarming, forthright vocals. However, it’s a personal strain of pop that is refracted through the band members’ rich backgrounds: a sinewy Motown bass line is reborn with woody heft on Kearney’s upright, Calabrese’s drumming mixes timekeeping with more adventurous jazz-inflected outbursts, McDuck’s nimble trumpet is an unexpectedly warm counterpoint to Price’s singing. It all makes for a sound with familiar roots, but with a slant that is entirely their own. Lake Street Dive’s eventual artistic breakthrough came not without struggle, and still surprises original instigator Mike “McDuck”
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Tara Dodrill, a preparedness, off-grid, and sustainable living writer, was the guest of honor on the Doctor Prepper CPR Talk Show. Her current preparedness writing and blogging interests include Off The Grid News, Prepper and Shooter Magazine, eFoodsDirect, CommonSense Prepping, and her weekly radio show on the Prepper Broadcasting Network.
She has a refined talent for distilling information into straightforward and interesting conversation—and her experience in communication is certainly a honed skill. She’s short of sassy, but she’s point on with her explications. You won’t find many people with her insight in the preparedness industry.
Tara is a Libertarian gal currently living in rural southern Ohio with her family and a growing group of rescued shelled, furry, and feathered critters.
The discussions with Tara are worth the time! Download the show to your iPod, iPad, tablet, cellphone, Android, or computer and listen to her comments—they’re unabashedly honest and forthright! Email Tara at (no spaces) Tara Dodrill [at] gmail [dot] com.
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NWP welcomes LAKE STREET DIVE! FAN: I was in the audience tonight at the Colbert Report and during the Q & A asked: "What's on your Ipad/What are you listening to these days?" His reply? "Lake Street Dive" - Just wanted to let you know! Celebs like Katie Curic and Francis Mcdormand recently tweeted out her love for this jazz band. Today you get to hear them!
Lake Street Dive makes the most of pop music virtues: solid, evocative song craft; propulsive grooves; and Price’s disarming, forthright vocals. However, it’s a personal strain of pop that is refracted through the band members’ rich backgrounds: a sinewy Motown bass line is reborn with woody heft on Kearney’s upright, Calabrese’s drumming mixes timekeeping with more adventurous jazz-inflected outbursts, McDuck’s nimble trumpet is an unexpectedly warm counterpoint to Price’s singing. It all makes for a sound with familiar roots, but with a slant that is entirely their own. Lake Street Dive’s eventual artistic breakthrough came not without struggle, and still surprises original instigator Mike “McDuck”www.lakestreetdive.com www.northwestprime.com LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
Jessica Schab is from Vancouver, Canada, Jessica is the co-founder of the EOF Project. With over seven years experience as an inspirational speaker, writer, mentor and life coach she is known for her forthright journalistic approach. Having produced multiple vlogs and blogs (1 million plus viewers) Jessica , somewhat unwillingly, created a name for herself which led to a career of guest speaking at multiple conferences, and featuring in documentaries and on radio shows across North America and Europe. She shot to popularity in the new age circles quickly, and is best known for her interviews on shows such as “Project Camelot” and Lilou Mace’s “Juicy Living Tour”. Times have since changed for Jessica. She renounced her new age metaphysical path when she became conscious of this route as causing psychological harm; realizing this new form of religion as not actually helping the greater good of humanity at all. With this understanding Jessica feels strongly compelled to speak out on this subject with the intention of bringing awareness to truth-seekers and encouraging a sense of responsibility in other spiritual speakers who pursue and share such “mis”-information. Diego Kricek Fontanive is from Venice Italy. He is a revolutionary visionary and the founder of the EOF Project. He has an extensive back ground in Political Science, Sociology and Psychology. According to Diego, the systems of academia and educational institutes are fragmented and full of flaws. Website: h
For almost 30 years, Michael Fierro has been studying and applying numerology. Over the years, Michael has counseled thousands of clients through private sessions, and he is a favorite for his lectures at libraries, bookstores, and other venues. His live radio broadcasts and television appearances of on-air readings make him very much in demand as a teacher and practitioner of Numerology. As a frequent guest on local radio stations and as a lecturer, Michael has spoken on the subject with a passion and zeal that has made him an authority in the genre. He is known for the honest, direct and forthright approach to his work and regularly strives to fulfill his motto “Assisting personal mpowerment through understanding, acceptance and responsibility”. Often Michael will receive a phone call or an email from a client—sometimes months after their reading—to thank him for his insight. It is at these times that he realizes the power of the information that he shares and the profound impact that it has on the people who come to him for counsel. Currently, Michael is a regular contributor to the Hey Z Media Magazine and Bellesprit Magazine and he is at work on Volume II of YOU KNOW YOUR NAME. Michael will be taking calls to discuss your number and what it means for you!
This week, I proudly bring to you the biography of Dame Mary Eugenia Charles, the deceased former Prime Minister of Dominica. She was Prime Minister of Dominica from July 1980 until June 1995. Dame Mary Eugenia Charles has been described as outspoken, critical, blunt, sharp-tongued, firm, decisive, honorable, formidable, principled, pragmatic, no-nonsense, reform minded, anti-corruption, tough liner, steely determination, strong-willed, quick on the retort, forthright, not devious, Headmistress and Auntie. Whew, that's a lot of description. Dame Mary Eugenia Charles was dedicated to protecting her people of Dominica as well as peoples of the Caribbean. My theme this year on my radio show "You Talk Too Much" is The African American Biography Series of 2013. However, for October 2013 my focus is on Women of Color. You are listening to Blogtalkradio. I'm your host Laura Gall. "You Talk Too Much" is a featured show in the Blogtalkradio line up of shows. My call in number tonight and every Thursday nite at 6:30-7 pm is 1-714-242-5273. Thank you all so much for listening. Please enjoy the show.
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