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Laura Kaplan Shanley is an author, freelance writer, speaker and childbirth consultant widely recognized as one of the leading voices in the natural birth movement.
Her expertise is frequently sought out by television and movie production companies around the globe.
She has been featured in media outlets such as ABC News, 20/20, The Doctors, BBC, Discovery Channel, Disney, the New York Times, Reuters, and the Washington Post, among many others.
In addition, she works with women one-on-one providing them with childbirth education and emotional support before and during pregnancy.
The local short track racing scene is happening now and it's on like Donkey Kong! The highly rated internet radio program "Racing With Big Sweat" Thursday 5/5 9:00-10:00pm EST presented by Snafu Seasoning and produced by The 110 Nation Sports Radio Network wants to give a shout out to the local hot shoes. Along with your hosts Steve "Big Sweat" Billmyer and Mike Perricone, the new guy join this week's guests, Legend Car driver (and marked man) Dillon Spain and asphalt Modified and Figure 8 driver Tommy Rogers Jr.
We will be speaking and taking questions on pressure and societies standards. Don't worry, this will not be your average, sophomoric, boring conversation that your parents set up. It's strictly made by teens, for teens. Speak your mind, make your voice heard and connect with others. Enjoy!
Every Thursday at 7 pm Eastern, phone number 646-727-2914 Please be fair with your comments, don't curse, or mention anyone's name. The Chat Room is open and we will be taking questions and comments from there also.
Have opinions to share or questions contact: www.facebook/theessenceofsuccessnetwork.com
SHOW HOST: Baqiyat Green
Tough Talk Christian Radio with Host Tony Gambone and Special Guest Sonya McGirt & Jenny Maher:
Sonya McGirt. I am married with three girls. I obtained my masters in Social Work in 2007 and I am currently in college to obtain my masters in Organizational Management. My husband and I have a non-profit known as Crossroads Christian Counseling Center Inc. I recently had my first book published through Cosby Media Productions, A Woman's Journey: Living Through Christ Victoriously. I just finished my first kids book and have started a book in regards to marriage.
Jenny Maher - Grew up in California, at 18 I joined the Air Force to be a Medical Lab Technician, which I loved. After being medically discharged suffering with bipolar disorder and severe depression. I went to live in Denver Colorado where I lived for 13 years. I now live independently and happy in Richmond Virginia.
This week Mark starts a series of chats with Yoga professionals starting with a chat with Spain based Shivananda Yoga Teacher Juilette Noske
Juliette is also the co creator of the International Yoga Day on the Costa Blanca Spain this coming June.
Join Mark and Juliette as they discuss this most ancient of personal development systems, still around after 15 millenia simply because it works.
Juliette first sampled yoga in 1996 in England. She was then seduced by this ancient practice many years later in Thailand and India. Though it wasn’t until 2005 that her dedicated relationship with yoga really began. She returned to the UK, after five years of working and travelling abroad. Greeted by the miserable weather and sad looking faces in London. Whilst on the tube an advert for HOT yoga grabbed her attention and seemed the perfect thing to brighten up her existence and keep her physically fit.
During these three years of intense hot yoga, practicing every day, she began to see changes in my physical body. Having been told she needed to have an operation on her knees in her twenties, she surprised myself by running three marathons in succession. Bikram yoga supported not only her physical training, but also the mental training that is necessary for completing a marathon.
Over the years Juliette studied various types of Yoga and it transformed her life and assisting her to stay young and fresh in both body and mind. For her teacher training she chose to study with Shivananda Yoga Vedanta and she had the privilege of successfully completing her training in the Himalayan Mountains of India, where the roots of yoga were born.
Jenny Stewart is a paranormal investigator, psychic, medium, radio personality and writer. She is recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities within the study of Real Time audio ITC with her extensive research, and knowledge of equipment she coined the ghost box.
Jenny founded Paranormal Research and Resource Society in 2008, with over a decade devoted to paranormal research she wanted to create an organization to provide education to anyone seeking it. She is the director of PRRS with Chapters throughout the country.
In the fall of 2008 Jenny alongside her team conducted a residential investigation in Waldorf Maryland that became one of the most compelling cases in her paranormal career. The case later became a subject of Animal Planets hit series The Haunted. The episode titled The Ghost Box prophecies, shared the three warnings Jenny received from the ghost box while conducting the Waldorf investigation. All three warnings came true within six months of receiving them, including one that warned of murder. The Ghost Box Prophecies was the highest rated episode in the life of the series.
Mothers and teachers are among our most valuable, loved resources. They nurture, nourish, and instruct. This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, and Sunday is Mother's Day. I will interview Karen, an experienced educator, referred to affectionately as Special K. We will talk about the profession, its challenges, and her passion. I will also speak to Bailey Ann Strong and her mother, Jenny Ferguson. Bailey will pay tribute to her mom as we head toward Mother's Day. Maybe I can even get each to share a secret or two about the other! Devin Tyler Stevens, 21 years old, will be my guest, as well; he will talk to us about his mother and publicly honor her. You don't want to miss this broadcast!
Tune in to The Right Voice with Adrienne Ross from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central every Tuesday. Participate in the discussion by calling (646) 200-3715 to comment and/or ask questions. If you miss the live show, listen to the podcast at any time.
Co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres, once again check-in on the world of golf to bring you the latest news, insight, analysis, interviews, recaps and previews.
On The Weekend Backspin they’ll recap how Brian Stuard survived the weather-plagued Zurich Classic and won it outdueled Jamie Lovemark and Byeong-Hun An in a playoff; Li Haotong delighted the home fans winning Volvo China Open; Jenny Shin came from behind to win the Volunteers of America Shootout; and Seamus Power finish strong to win the United Leasing and Finance Championship.
Then on The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, they’ll talk about more changes coming to the Fox broadcasting team; USGA to have a 300-yard Par-3 at Oakmont for the US Open; Ian Baker Finch on why guys are pulling out of the Olympics, and why Olympics added Golf; and National Golf Day is May 18.
Our Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week, is The Golden Bear, Jack Nicklaus who will talk to us about his course design business and philanthropy efforts. This will lead up to our topic on The Practice Range where we will discuss whether philanthropy in golf is a heartfelt thing or just lip service.
Marguerite Elisofon is a New York City writer and the author of My Picture Perfect Family, a memoir about how her family navigated life with a child on the autistic spectrum before the internet and support groups existed. She also blogs about parenting young adults and disability related issues in The Never Empty Nest. Her writing has been featured in a variety of publications, including Time and NY Metro Parents magazine, and her family’s story has been featured by the NY Post, Fox News, Parents Magazine, and on Jenny McCarthy’s Dirty Sexy Funny radio show. A Vassar graduate, Marguerite was born and raised in New York City, where she still lives with her husband, Howard, in their mostly-empty nest. She is available to speak about a wide variety of issues relating to twins, parenting, and autism.
Moors established Universities which to this day offer a pristine education. When the Moors re-entered Spain (711 A.D.), it was for the purpose of civilizing - not conquering. “Students flocked from France, Germany and England to drink from the fountain of learning, which flowed only in the cities of the Moors.” When Moors left Spain, the Dark Ages (a period of social decline) ensued, or returned, leaving Modern-Man to fend for themselves. The “Dark Ages were not referring to Moors. Those who Moors civilized, and gave a basis of education, as a matter of obligation and responsibility, eventually became known as the Colonist.
A colonist is one who essentially leeches off of another, including the land, resources, etc. Unfortunately, due to their desire to have the power and control, and their inability to survive and flourish (as was when the Moors left Spain and Spain degraded into beggars, friars, and bandits; and due to their desire to be ‘free’ and sovereign), they began a mission of conquering and colonizing the World, by any means necessary. - RVBeyPublications
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Tonights show wil feature, author, workshop facilitator, lecturer, Aton Edwards. He is a specialist in the field of self-reliiance, disaster preparedness & sustainable living; a design scientist, inventor
and the Executive Director/Co-Founder of the International Preparedness Network. (a not-for-profit that teaches self-reliance and disaster preparedness to the public, founded in 1989) He is also
the author of Preparedness NOW!, an MSNBC contributor, host & creator of the Discovery Channel special “Track Me If You Can,” a featured contributor in the Curiosity series How The World Will
End Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Nat Geo TV’s “Doomsday Preppers” a Grio’s top 100 2012 History Maker, and much more! For over two decades, he has trained thousands of people across the nation and around the world in outdoor survival, sustainable living, green building/renewable energy system technology, urban gardening, emergency evacuation, martial arts. Considered by many to be the “best of the best,” his work has been featured on several national and international TV & radio programs, magazines and newspapers.
including: Discovery Channel’s “How The World
Will End” National Geographic’s TV special
“6 Degrees” NBC News Special “Disaster In Japan,”MSNBC, The Today Show, Current TV,
Geraldo, BBC, RTL-4 (Holland) Antena 3 (Spain) Spigel -TV (Germany) Fuji-TV, CNN, Comedy Central, New York Magazine, The Village Voice, Daily News, NY Post and many more. Edwards has another potent skill that he often uses during his appearances & presentations. He is a former award winning stand-up comedian that has been featured on numerous TV programs including: NBC’s MotoHe is a man on a mission, providing the public with the information they need to be self-reliant, strong and prepared and ready-for -anything. www.readyforanything.org