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PNN News Director Rick Spisak welcomes our political commentator Brook Hines for her weekly take on Democratic Politics.
We also welcome Maestro Ira Sullivan and a group of Poets for the evening.
Our poets this evening include Ms Ashlie Allen an Appalacian Poet from the Mountains and Valleys of West Virginia. A Powerful dark voice from a young woman who has found her wings.
Ms Claudia Gary, A 2014 finalist for the Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award, 2013 semifinalist for the Anthony Hecht Poetry Prize, Pushcart Prize nominee and former poetry editor, Claudia Gary writes, edits, and composes tonal art songs and chamber music near Washington D.C.
Ms Alexandra Psaropouloua Grecian Poet who combines music, poetry and art in her wonderful creations. (Her latest work is being released in the fall - "All the Stars") - She has been writing and illustrating books since she was nine.
We also have a special guest a student from France Ms Morgane Fialon a student interested enough in climate to attend the recent Sea Level Rise Summit Conference
TUNE IN Sunday 8/16/15 at 7pm (Eastern) or anytime after - Tell your friends
Welcome to the UnCommon Christianity podcast, affectionately known as The UCC Show!
Tonight's topic is In Memoriam: Pet Edition. Have you ever lost a special friend that the world around you never knew? Was there a "furry child" in your life who is gone but not forgotten? Do our pets go to Heaven? We invite you to share your stories, comments, and questions with us as we remember the special bonds we had with departed pets.
All this and so much more on tonight's UCC Show!
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After gaining her marketing degree at Georgia State University, Cindy moved into corporation management. In 2009, instinct told her it was time for change. With her skill set, she knew she had the capacity to achieve something meaningful, and to make a difference doing something she truly loved. But who and what?
The answer was lying at the foot of the bed.
Zoe, her then 10-year-old German Shepherd had allergies to bovine products of any kind. Following a hunch, Cindy discovered naturally shed elk antlers. Not only were they tolerable for dogs like Zoe, they were actually a much healthier alternative. Cindy founded her own company in 2010 and named it after her beloved pets, Scout & Zoe.
Scout & Zoe's Natural Antler Dog Chews and Treats are available at 2000 store globally. Her products have been well-received and have earned stellar reviews from prestigious news outlets nationally.
It's a dog's life, and Cindy wouldn't have it any other way.
1)Why animal nutrition? What was the tipping point that made you realize this was an area that needed attention?
2)Are there any trends the industry is following regarding nutrition?
3)What makes Scout & Zoe's treats such a great alternative to products already on the market today? What is your secret sauce?
4)If most of the foods and treats available on the market today are so bad for our furry pals, why do large, well-known companies keep producing these products?
5)What can a pet parent do to help improve their dog's diet if they are on a budget?
6)What plans do you have for the future with regards to Scout & Zoe's?
For more information visit http://www.scoutandzoes.com
Christmas traditions. Every family has them. But do most families include their animal companions? We all want to create those special holiday memories we can look back on and cherish--so why not make them with the ones who love us best and most--our pets? In this episode of The Missy Show, we explore ways to involve your furry (or not so furry), family members in your special holiday traditions. We also go over some holiday safety tips to keep your animal safe. So join hosts J and D, Saturday, December 19th, at 5pm Central on The Missy Show! Don't miss us! We'll be on hiatus until January 9th, 2016.
Hosted By Debbie Dahmer
Special Guest will be Jane Velez- Mitchell Nationally known TV Journalist and best-selling author. She covers against people and against animals. Jane speaks out for the voiceless.
*~* Happy New Year 2016!! Let's ROCK the Animals World with Positve Actions for Positve Futures for our furry and four legged friends in need. WE CAN DO IT! Let's ALL bring 2016 in with a BANG for all the animals. Takes TEAMWORK To See Any VICTORIES!! *~*
Nationally known as a TV and Multimedia Journalist, Jane launded the website JaneUnchained, to give a voice to the many voiceless members of our society. Talking about everything from marine captivity issues to cruelty to farm animals. Jane's mission is to pick up where mainstream media leaves off to help raise awareness for the animal rights movement.
After a stellar career in traditional broadcast journalism, Jane is wholeheartedly embracing new media - and she's doing it in the service of what she calls "the social justice movement of the 21st century".
ALL Lives Matter including all the animals and ALL Voices Matter!! Please JOIN Jane in this animal rights movement for what is RIGHT, not what is WRONG for the animals. ALL animals should be treated with DIGNITY and RESPECT! All animall rights should be GRANTED not VIOLATED!! Be a Voice for the Voiceless! We are the animals only hope to carry on. Please do your part! Thank You!~~
~WELCOME BACK JANE VELEZ-MITCHELL To Voices Carry for Animals # 71 With Honor! ~
It's summer! And you know what that means, right? Fun and sun, and time spent with family and friends in the pool. With rising temperatures during hottest months of the year, many families choose to stay cool by taking a soak in the pool. While these activities may provide awesome ways to beat the summer heat, they can prove to be hazardous for your pet. In this episode of The Missy Show, we explore safe ways to enjoy your poolside activities while allowing your pet to participate too. We also consider pets that might not appreciate activities involving water. Hint hint--cats (for the most part). Join hosts J and D, Saturday, August 15th at 5pm Central.
Joseph Cautilli is a licensed psychologist, a licensed counselor, and a board certified behavior analyst at the doctoral level. He has had a long career in teaching, applying, and researching behavior analysis. He is also the co-author of Zombies Vs Robots. HERE
Roma Gray is a huge fan of Halloween and has been writing horror, sci-fi, thrillers, and mysteries since she was eight years old. When she was 13 she wrote her first novel (unpublished, but that may change.) She currently lives in Oregon in a haunted house with a ghost cat (no, seriously), and three furry “living” friends, Nicky, Roanoke, and Cricket. Her ghost friend is named Koko. HERE
Doc Ferrel will share stories about his love for T.S. Woolard, and tidbits of Southern Wisdom
Hosts: Essel Scott Pratt, Doc Ferrel, and catt dahman
Wednesday night at 9pm EST, author, artist, and screenwriter Glenn Porzig enters the Star Chamber to visit with co-hosts Stephen Zimmer and Michael West! He will be talking about his latest projects, upcoming projects, art, and a whole lot more! Come and meet a multi-talented creator this Wednesday!
Glenn Porzig is best known as the creator of the comic book heroine Ace of Diamonds. Glenn grew up reading comics, pulp novels, and watching too much TV. Glenn and his wife Carly have written three screenplays together. They live in Indiana with a menagerie of both furry and scaly pets. Since 2005 he has been the co-host of PodCulture.com a weekly fandom podcast.
Glenn has worked over twenty years in the television industry including two highly rated specials for SCI FI Channel; The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence, and The New Roswell: Kecksburg Exposed. He currently, literally, has his head in the clouds as a videographer on a TV news helicopter.
Recently he has turned his attention to writing short stories and novellas. Glenn's first short story, Master of the Dead, was published by Destroyer Books in More Blood: A Sinanju Anthology. His debut occult horror novella Darkness Unbound: Lady in Black was released last Summer. The sequel Darkness Unbound: Terror of Night will be released on Halloween. You can learn more about his writing projects at DarknessUnbound.com.
Tonight we discuss the furry agenda and their desire to corrupt America with ideas such as love and tolerance. We also talk about current events and pop culture topics from the past week.
More than 157 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this year, with eight in 10 millennials saying they are already planning something fun with their friends. Total spending in 2015 will top $6.9 billion, with the average American celebrating planning to spend $74 on decorations, candy, costumes and more.
Consumers celebrating Halloween plan to spend an average of $27.33 on costumes for the whole family, and a total of $2.5 billion on store-bought, homemade, large and small costumes. Those celebrating will spend the most on adult costumes ($1.2 billion), and will spend a total of $950 million on children’s costumes and $350 million on fashionable and fun costumes for their furry friends. It’s estimated that 68 million Americans will dress up this Halloween and another 20 million pet owners will dress up their pet.
Nine in 10 (93.7%) Halloween shoppers will buy candy, spending a total of $2.1 billion, and an additional 33.5 percent will buy greeting cards, spending a total of $330 million. Two in five celebrants (44.8%) plan to decorate their home or yard, meaning there’s no question consumers will see their fair share of pumpkins, hay bales and even life-size Minions and black cats strewn across their neighborhoods. The average person planning to buy decorations will spend $20.34 with total spending expected to reach $1.9 billion.
It’s all big business, but it can also be costly if you are on a tight budget.
Your Money; Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League and Todd Mark, Navicore Solutions. Plus, we have a wide cadre of guests that join us.
Each week, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice.
For many pet parents, grooming comes with the territory. But what parts of grooming are necessary? Getting nails clipped? Fur styled and cut? Professional bathing? Are there only certain types of animals that require grooming, such as purebreeds or those with long coats? How often should grooming occur, and just how expensive can it become? In this episode of The Missy Show, we answer these questions, so you can be better informed on just which services are necessary vs those that can be done at home. Join hosts J and D, Saturday, September 26th at 5pm Central.
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