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Meet Eve Elly a professional Astrologer for 20+ years. Eve's talents are amazing. On a monthly basis, Eve digests a myriad mass of tested astrological information. She then boils all her research down to common-sense steps we can take to live life with less stress. No matter energies the stars have in store for us, Eve charts safe passage for all who connect with her.
In the next 15 minutes, eavesdrop on a conversation between Eve and Soul Dancer, Eve's dear friend, teacher and collaborator. Learn along with Eve what worth-decay is as well as how to prevent it.
After the show, visit Eve's site to learn more about her unique, powerful, transformative journey. Program open to 12 pre-screen participants per team. Eve's first adventure starts June 2, 2015. Will you be one of the few lucky people to join us? Click to find out.
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A lot of us go through life stuck in our own little bubble. We don't consider a lot of what goes on around us yet we still seem puzzled at why life is so hard for us. Well, I'm going to help you in one area that is important in relationships, especially marriages. I'm going to help you improve your life in the bedroom.
I have a list of 7 things that you can do that will improve your sex life. Will they make you better in bed? No. Will they make you longer or stronger? Absolutely not. But they will give you more opportunities for the horizontal mambo if you incorporate as many of these as you can in your life.
And you know that I can't have a show about sex without Show Legend, Marrie Lobel, stopping by!
Let's Talk About Sex returns for Part XVI on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 473
Scheduled for 75-90 mins.
Robin M. Shine Maddox is the Founder, President of Celebrating Sisterhood and Chief Executive Officer of SHINE CONSULTANTS. Robin is known among her peers and colleagues to be a “consummate collaborator & motivator” who enjoys the challenge of working and assisting individuals in achieving their desired goals by using her Christian faith to guide her professional and personal growth and development. Furthermore, Robin incorporates her faith experience as a primary resource that drives her decisions and activities. Consequently, Robin’s commitment to her faith, allows her to practice, conduct, and engage in business transactions that are ethically and morally sound resulting in high levels of integrity, encouragement, and excitement. Robin has and continues to utilize her networking, organizational, and managerial skills, countless resources and contacts to assist others in accomplishing their stated goals and to help in developing and conceptualizing ideas. Finally, one ‘essential skill that Robin possesses is the uncanny ability to join diverse groups and stakeholders around a common goal which leads to tangible results that integrate various and disparate agendas which compliments her people-person personality style and her enjoyment of working and meeting people of all ethnic, racial, denominational, and economic backgrounds.
Robin has over twenty-five years of experience working in the nonprofit, private, and public sector. She currently serves as Constituent Services Liaison for PA State Senator Vincent Hughes (7th District). She has professional experiences in the following areas: HIV/AIDS, Youth Development, Teen Pregnancy, Community Housing Development projects, After-School Programs, Faith-based Initiatives, Legislative Liaison with a focus on Constituent Services and Special Events projects.
This week's edition of A Kind Voice on Music will feature Zach Parkman, a Washington, DC based singer songwriter with Texas roots who specializes in folk, blues, and alt country. One of the brightest stars of the DC acoustic scene, Zach can have you up on your feet and rocking one moment and crying into your beer the next. In addition to his solo musical ventures, he recently started a band, The Darkest Timeline, with frequent collaborator Juels Bland. We thank Zach for lending his kind voice to this week's program; it's going to be a great one!This week's edition of A Kind Voice on Music will feature Zach Parkman, a Washington, DC based singer songwriter with Texas roots who specializes in folk, blues, and alt country. One of the brightest stars of the DC acoustic scene, Zach can have you up on your feet and rocking one moment and crying into your beer the next. In addition to his solo musical ventures, he recently started a band, The Darkest Timeline, with frequent collaborator Juels Bland. We thank Zach for lending his kind voice to this week's program; it's going to be a great one!
A hard hitting program focused on Truth and Liberty. The show includes news and commentary on the New World Order Agenda and the Global takeover by Central Banks. It also explores ways that WE the resistance can effect change in these Dark Times. The show will also look at historic events that perpetuated the rise of the New World Order, who is involved and what their agenda is! Join us LIVE and be sure to check out the Freedomizerradio chat room!!!
This week Sean interviews Dr Robert Needham the founder of Collaborate USA and author of Collaborative Commonwealth! A new type of social media site that has the aim of a horizontal economic structure that will restore prospertity to the American people! Gino Joubert will be joining us as well who is a spokesman for Collaborate USA and share member! The Awakening LIberty Show proudly endorses Collaborate USA! We will also be giving away a few of Dr Needhams books so make sure to call in!! Collaborate USA is going to be big!!
Join Sean for an enlightening evening!
Call in at 347-324-3704 or Listen Live or join us in the chat room!!
An Arlene Turner Crawford Journey with Charles Curtis Blackwell . . .
The two artists join us, one in Oaktown, the other in Chitown to talk about The Wall of Respect and People’s Art Since 1967 - A Symposium April 17-18, 2015 at Chicago Art Institute (https://www.facebook.com/events/1556242241312832/). Both are panelists.
Arlene Turner Crawford defines herself as a Visual Artist, Curator, Educator, Muralist and Cultural Activist. She has shown up as: Classroom teacher, University Administrator, Faculty member & Student Affairs, Unit Head; a Grants Developer & Institution builder of Cultural organizations; a Collaborator and Mentor. Her work is to integrate her creativity into service and the beautification of black community. Her mission is inspired and ignited by the intellectual thrust and purpose of the Black Arts Movement. and this commitment, as an artist, is to examine, elevate, and speak to what is beautiful, whole and authentic within my community. Her art is ritual, an attempt to express higher interpretations of life and she creates art through the manipulation of form, design, color, assemblage and collage.
She is an Executive Board member of the African American Arts Alliance, founding member of the Sutherland Community Arts Initiative and Sapphire & Crystals, a collective of African American women artists.
Charles Curtis Blackwell is a jazz poet and a playwright, performance and visual artist: http://www.pbs.org/pov/differentcolorblue/blackwell.php and https://www.facebook.com/CharlesCurtisBlackwell
It's Opening Day of Baseball, it's sunny and 65 Degrees & FINALLY feels like Spring on the East Coast!
We had tons of topics, crazy stories and were joined by comedian Jason "Big Jay" Oakerson. Big Jay has opened for Dave Attell, has appeared on Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Comedy Central Presents, Tough Crowd w/ Colin Quinn and is has also appeared TV shows such as Louie and ZRock.
Tony welcomes in opening day for Major League Baseball while aslo righting a wrong by Miss Robin on twitter yesterday
Are you trying to get divorced but are having trouble getting the message to your spouse? We provided one solution that could help.
Tony talks about getting horizontal as we sampled some quality product from Victory Brewing Company courtesy of Larry From Port Richmond.
Just in case you get stuck in the 16th century and want to "knock some boots" we gave you the lingo to help you score
Robin gave us an update about an Argentinian Scarecrow who is facing charges for sticking his straw where he should'nt have. WARNING this was a "Pisstercial" segment
As always Luigi was in the hallway taking calls but not any crap.
We'll be taking your calls LIVE so call in early at 914-219-0864. Don't forget to Press 1 (otherwise you get put on eternal hold)
Urologist and chronic pelvic pain specialist, Dr. Jeannette Potts, joins us from the West Coast today as she discusses her work within the field of pelvic pain in men. She will specifically be discussing the role of Prostatitis and Interstitial Cystitis/Painful Bladder Syndrome. She will also discuss why she chooses to focus on men and the issue around gendered medicine.
After practicing at the Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological Institute for 15 years, Dr. Potts realized she needed to find a better way to provide more holistic care to men suffering from Urological Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndromes (UCPPS). During her tenure at the Cleveland Clinic she became more subspecialized, focusing her work in prostatitis, chronic pelvic pain, and psychosexual well-being. Dr. Potts was named among the "best Urologists" in North East Ohio, by Cleveland Magazine.
She has been a passionate collaborator with the NIH and the IPCN, to advance research and care of patients suffering from UCPPS. She has published numerous articles in urology and family medicine and has given over 100 lectures on UCPPS and related topics, as an invited speaker at medical and urological conferences world-wide.
Dr. Potts is Assistant Clinical Instructor, on the faculty of Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and University Hospitals of Cleveland.
Listen as Clare Maxfield AICI CIP interviews Joanne Rae AICI CIP on her upcoming AICI Global conference presentation - Business of Style - Understanding Line & Design, this August 27th 2015 in Washington DC.
Polls show that 42% never find clothes to fit; the reason, there is no standardization in women’s sizes! Ready-to-wear garments have become virtually the norm and labels mean more than fit. Bottom line; regardless of our body type, fit is always of supreme importance. Our clothing can make us appear slimmer, larger, or taller. We can use the correct fit of a garment to emphasize or de-emphasize a particular area. In this session you’ll learn the skill of identifying ‘Design Lines’ and ‘Proportions’ within ready-made garments. We will introduce to you to the same skills used by designer tailors on how the use of horizontal, vertical, symmetrical & asymmetrical lines, scale and proper measurements will impact the way you shop in the future and dress your clients with spectacular results.
For more details go to www.aici.org
The secret to manifesting all that you desire is in understanding that it is not just you who does the work! Your loving Source is your powerful collaborator throughout the process. Host Rev. Michelle Rado provides three steps to help you to harness the transformative power of trust to bring about all that you desire.
Strength can often be found in the midst of struggle. It's in those moments of hardship that we fully understand who we are and what we're really capable of. Grammy Award-nominated R&B singer, songwriter, and producer Tank realized that in late 2012. While working on the TGT super group album, Three Kings, with Ginuwine and Tyrese, he simultaneously endured a string of revelatory personal shakeups.
"Those were some trying times from a relationship standpoint," he admits. "We were finally getting TGT together, and I was going through it personally. Everything was happening all at once, and it was a lot to face. I went through this headache and heartbreak, but I emerged in a better place. That's when music started coming to me. I was initially trying to hide everything behind this heavy and intense 808 vibe, and I leaned towards my strengths instead. I started playing piano and drums again as well as adding live instruments. In the past, I've only made music in the middle of a storm or on my way into one. This was the first time I made music under sunshine. I've been blessed to have a great story and testimony now."
Tank came out on the other side with that "story"—his sixth full-length solo album, Stronger [Atlantic Records]. In between releasing Three Kings and touring, he spent the better part of 2013 building his latest body of work. Whether he was on a plane, in hotel rooms, or at home in Los Angeles, he completely submersed himself in the creative process. Tank also found an inspiring collaborator in the iconic Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis [The Fugees, Shakira, Miguel]. While in Jerry's NYC studio one night, the pair simply clicked.