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Show host Keilayn Greenwood talks with author, professional keynote speaker, higher education administrator, university professor, and leadership/success coach Jeffery Barnes who has over thirty-five years of professional speaking experience and nearly twenty years experience leading teams in higher education and teaching over twenty different college courses .
He talks about how the Park teaches us some of life’s greatest lessons—as long as you know its history, know what to look for, and you are willing to connect it all to your own story
To learn more about Jeff Barnes or how he can help you go here---->www.thewisdomofwalt.com
There's a lot to yammer on about, so let's get to it.
This coming weekend Victor Ortiz and Andre Berto rematch on Fox, and it's a fight that has "guilty pleasure" written all over it. The fight could get weird, it could get dirty... Whatever it gets, we'll watch. Also this weekend, the Dirrell Brothers fight on the same card Friday night on Spike. So that's a thing.
On Saturday night both Badou Jack and James DeGale are featured in separate fights on Showtime. Jack is set to meet Lucian Bute, while James DeGale fights Rogelio Medina.
Worthy of some discussion, however, was the HBO card headlined by Gennady Golovkin, who ran through Dominic Wade in two rounds. He's at the doorstep of something big. And on the undercard, Roman Gonzalez won a decision over McWilliams Arroyo.
All this and more (Francisco Vargas' positive PED test, etc) are covered on this week's episode by Patrick Connor of The Fight City, FloBoxing and more.
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Washington's Nationals jumped out to an early lead with a four-run first and padded their lead in what ended up an 8-4 win over the Minnesota Twins in Nats Park. Gio Gonzalez was sharp on the mound and the Nationals knocked Twins' starter Kyle Gibson out early before holding on for the win, which left them 12-4 overall on the year and 6-1 in the nation's capital. And did you see Jose Lobaton's hustle triple?
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Wondering if you make a difference in the world? Join Writestream co-founder and Tuesday host Daria Anne on April 26 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes John Starley Allen, author of the book, A Splash of Kindness.
Allen is the author of the holiday novel Christmas Gifts, Christmas Voices and most recently has written a collection of true stories called A Splash of Kindness: The Ripple Effect of compassion, Courage & Character. He says he hopes his latest book will “empower people with the knowledge that they can make a positive difference in the world.”
In his new book, Allen talks about the lives of Jesse Owens, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Philo T. Farnsworth (inventor of television), and others.
He writes about how one woman organized an incredible mission of mercy for a Romanian orphanage. And he talks about how a caring teacher changed his life.
Bill welcomes author, teacher, and painter Abigail Thomas to the show. Abigail Thomas was for a time a book editor and for another time a book agent before writing for publication. Her first three books “Getting Over Tom,” “An Actual Life,” and “Herb’s Pajamas” were works of fiction. Her memoir, “A Three Dog Life,” was named one of the best books of 2006 by the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post. It won the 2006 Inspirational Memoir Award given by Books for A Better Life. She is also author of “Safekeeping,” a memoir, and “Thinking About Memoir," and, most recently, the memoir "What Comes Next and How to Like it."
Beyond the Veil Media presents April's edition of the Linda Allen Show with guest Dr. Nadine - a healer, teacher, clalirvoyant and naturopath. Dr. Nadine has been a healer all her life and loves empowering people to live their lives fully. She has also created Soul Food cards which is an amazing tool to work with to help find blocks in your energy.
For more information on Dr. Nadine, visit her website at http://magnificencemine.com/ and her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/MagnificenceMine/timeline.
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Born and raised in Detroit Michigan, Tony “Strat” Thomas started out playing a six-string razor in high school. After Thomas’ mother saw his talent she bought him a Stratocaster Guitar. The rest is history. Early on while landing small gigs, Thomas joined the legendary reggae band Onyx and other rock ‘n roll bands around town. A true artist, Thomas’ psychedelic sound was one-of-a-kind. Thomas has been compared to his music mentors Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Hazel.In 1978, George Clinton gave Thomas a shot to play in the studio with the Sterling Silver Starship. As Thomas continued to work with Clinton as a studio musician, Clinton gave Thomas his big break. Thomas joined George Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Eddie Hazel, Garry Shider, Mike Hampton, Bernie Worrel, Bobby Womack, David “Chong” Spradley and Margua Booker to record and perform with The Parliament Funkadelic’s for over 20 years.“The Agony of Defeet” was Tony’s first guitar solo. He has played on various P-Funk projects such as the first P-Funk Allstars album songs such as Catcher Keeper, Hydraulic Pump, and Pumpin it Up.Thomas’ favorite project was Computer Games, featuring Atomic Dawg, and Loopzilla. That’s Thomas on the guitar loop!A seasoned recording artist, Thomas has shared both the stage and studio with Sly Stone, Ike Turner, Rick James, The Dramatics, Ron Banks, L.J. Reynolds, Don Davis, Robin Trower, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kid Rock, Sebastian Bach, Skid Row, Steve Marriott-Humble Pie, Quincy Jones, Wayne Shorter, Glenn Goins, Ron Ford, Treylewd, Cameo, The Dazz Band, Parlet, Gabe Gonzalez, Mike “Clip” Payne, P-Nut Johnson, Lige Curry, Blackbyrd, Dennis Chambers, Rodney Skeet Curtis, The Ali Brothers (Jerome and Jimi), Mudbone, Razor Sharp, Donnie Sterling, Kiddo, My Baby Belita Woods, The Brides of Funkenstein, Malia Franklin, Leslie “Blonda” Vocino, Jocaine and many more!
Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - Have we failed to prepare the next generation to cope with and learn from failure…because we reward them for nothing but showing up? Are the Kurds, which our government is supporting, harming the Assyrian Christians rather than helping them, in Northern Iraq? We'll get the answers from Col. ALLEN WEST! Plus, With all the demonstrations of the violent, hateful nature of Islam…is Europe, who loves edification…any more enlightened? The Left continues to insist that Sharia Islamic Law is compatible with our Constitutional Republic…but is that reality? Author and Islamic scholar ANDREW BOSTOM will share the info we need! AND, direct from Sweden, ex-Muslim and Islam critic MONA WALTER will be with us to answer questions about Islam that so many of us have asked! In the words of Benjamin Franklin, "If we do not hang together, we shall surely hang separately." Come hang with us...
Tonya Allen, a serial “idea-preneur,” serves as the Foundation’s president & chief executive officer. Her two-decade long career has centered on pursuing, executing and investing in ideas that improve her hometown of Detroit and reduce the plight of underserved people, especially children.
Allen has been instrumental in many successful philanthropic, government and community initiatives and has a comprehensive understanding of philanthropic governance and strategy.
In her current role, Allen aligns the complexities of education reform, urban revitalization and public policy, so that these sometimes divergent areas of work come together to improve the well-being of Detroit’s children. She serves as the architect of the 10-year, $100 million Good Neighborhoods program. She orchestrated the development of a $200-million, citywide education reform organization called Excellent Schools Detroit, and a high-school improvement strategy has resulted in 15 new college-preparatory high schools.
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