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This is our tribute to the beautifully talented actress/singer/producer, Jane Lynch who plays Sue Sylvester on Glee, host of Hollywood Game Night and so much more. Fans share what we love about her acting, singing, and her long career of movies and television. You can contribute even if you listen internationally by e-mailing what you love about Jane to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you live in the USA or its a good time for you to call in elsewhere, you can use our skype button that appears next to the call in number above when we record this live 10pm central standard time. We record and broadcast live for 30 minutes, then go into 15 more minutes off air for a full recording of 45 minutes. The show is avaliable to listen to on this website at about 11pm central standard time, and is up for downloading as a podcast on itunes the following day.
In She Said, She Said #144, Genia and Andrea discuss:
1. PBS Kids
2. The absence of people of color in military tributes
3. Melissa Etheridge and her ex, Tammy Lynn, are in court again
4. Jane Lynch doesn't want to pay her soon-to-be-ex-wife spousal support (so, Lynch wants same-sex marriage rights, but wants to be treated different in cases of divorce?)
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It's been 6 years since author Jane Jordan was a guest on #ConversationsLIVE. She returns to talk with host Cyrus Webb about her new book STILL PLAYIN' CHURCH and what she hopes readers are able to get from it.
This week Jennifer talks with Esther Austin, The Sixty Second Soul Liberator, who transforms, heals and empowers lives. Esther tells us about her fantastic new book which is being released in January, Wounded Lives, Wounded Healers. Esther has been a guest on the Natural Co-Creators show before, talking about her other book The Giant Within, so it was great to catch up with her and hear about her latest project. Wounded Lives, Wounded Healers is based on her work as a Healer and Therapist helping people who have suffered with some form of abuse. I feel Esther bares her soul in this interview, which I am sure she has done many times in order to help others. Many of us are wounded healers and this book will also help many lightworkers who wish to move forward and stand in their power. I'm sure you will enjoy this engaging interview. I always learn a lot from Esther. She is such a fabulous lady.
I can't wait to read this book when it is released. More information about the book can be found on Esther's website
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Heidi Jane (nee Hanley) - Intuitive Dynamix™Creator, Practitioner, Teacher and Director - Heidi’s passion is to help clients and students through coaching, training and mentorship, to achieve their personal and professional goals, no matter how high they have their sights set. She teaches how to master your own intuition, giving you the power to make successful, congruent and authentic choices. She also helps Empaths and Highly Sensitive People to live exceptional lives, free from overwhelm and anxiety.
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Jane Elliott is an American former schoolteacher, recognized most prominently as an anti-racism activist and educator. She is also known as a feminist and LGBT activist. Elliott created the famous "blue-eyed/brown-eyed" exercise, first
done with third-grade school children in the 1960s, which later became the basis for her career in diversity training.
The exercise was conducted the day following Martin Luther King Jr.'s assassination. The purpose of the exercise was
to try to teach her students the effects of being a minority. Her exercise, and the subsequent controversy, became the basis for the television documentaries Eye of the Storm (1970) and A Class Divided (1985). Elliott was also recipient of the National Mental Health Association Award for Excellence in Education and many other awards.
We have a SPECIAL BONUS MICHIGAN PODCAST with Jane Coaston of the wildly popular Punt Brothers podcast, along with EDSBS and SB Nation.com. We talk to Jane about the most recent updates with Michigan's AD and Coach searchs, her own thoughts about Saturday's game, what this series means to her, and her feeling about the program right now. We also briefly check in on Ohio State basketball, and what we're thankful for.
Tis' the season for turkey and football. While giving thanks is cool, Thanksgiving is the man's holiday. Thanksgiving is all about food and football. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo gives thanks for food, football, and also the asininity that is the sports world.
Richard Sherman cut a pro wrestling style promo, bringing to light the hypocrisy of the National Football League. This was done to defend teammate Marshawn Lynch, who to say doesn't like speaking to the media would be a grave understatement. Does Lynch, as a professional athlete, have an obligation to speak to the media? Did Sherman have a point in everything he said about the NFL? Are Sherman's opinions that of the majority of NFL players?
This week on "As The Asinine RGIII Turns!" Robert Griffin III has finally been benched by the Washington Redskins. How long had this been in the works? Is RGIII's career in DC officially over? Has he sucked? Yes? Has he been an immature buffoon? Absolutely. Which played more of a factor?
The MLB Hot-Stove is boiling over already. Pablo Sandoval left San Francisco to get PAID by the Boston Red Sox. George moans about loyalty. Mike explains overrated or not, it's all about the MONEY.
Even while full of tryptophan, the Howitzer and Buzz-saw conquer sports radio, one day, at a time....
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Please do not ask personal questions that should be addressed in a private consultation.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY TIME SLOT THIS WEEK ONLY 12pm EST - Come get you a scoop of the FLAVOR OF THE WEEK as Major is BACK in this semi-weekly show and he’s brought a new sou-chef, his cohost Max, to the kitchen to assist him in sautéing up this helping of delicious topics across the sports-sphere. Have a toasty night-cap with this fiery crew as they pound their way through the good, the bad & the funny from the week that past & look forward to the week that will be. Come get fantasy help, pick-em insights & other unique takes on all the fodder fit to feast on from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA & more! This week the guys are doing things a bit earlier as the holidays have MAX traveling, but don't expect the helpings to diminish as the guys have prepped some tasy pre-Turkey Day treats to munch on including Marshawn Lynch's best Usher impression, the irony of athlete endorsements, fresh-retired players turning to coaching over commentating and the potential of an FBS playoff expansion - dial in & bring your bib - 917-889-9592!
You can lose so much during a caregiving experience--your time, your freedom, your friends, your hopes. With all those loses, you can start to feel really empty.
So, how do you stay full?
Join us for Care Break with Bruce McIntyre, who cares for his wife, and Jane Northrop, who cares for her daughter, to share how we all stay full.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Jane Yellow to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss the events in her life that led her to write the book IT ONLY HAPPENED ONCE and what she wants others to know about her journey.
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