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Jessica Swift is a sassy personality with a Masters in Nutritional Sciences from Howard University. She is a classically trained chef having graduated from Johnson and Wales University. Swift is a talented chef who focuses on diet as it relates to disease. Chef Jess was recently featured on The Food Network.
Chef Jess is a Registered Dietitian, specializing in culinary arts, nutrition, recipe testing and writing! Chef Jess provides healthy and delicious foods for those experiencing food ailments, intolerance, or disease. She provides her expertise to many and is greatly involved in the nutrition community and teaches her clients “eat good and live great!” www.chef-jess.com
Miriam Katin, Author of Letting It Go, was born in Hungary during WWII. She is a Holocaust survivor and mother. Her world is turned upside down by the news that her adult son is moving to Berlin, a city she's villainized for th epast 40 years. As she struggles to accept her son's decision, she visits the city twice, first to see her son and then to attend a museum gala featuring her own artwork. www.miriamkatin.com
Peggy Kotsopolous Author of Kitchen Cures. She is a registered holistic nutrionist whose energy and passion for her work are infectious. She hosts television show Peggy K's Kitchen Cures on Veria Living TV, and her frequent media apperances, press coverage, lectures, and recipes have spanned the globe, inspiring, and educating others on how to live a healthier, happier and more vibrant life. Visit peggyk.com
Join us as we discuss three of the best shows on television (and Netflix) today in part one of "Best In Show." Tonight, we will be discussing, The 100, Jessica Jones and Teen Wolf. If we don't get to any of the shows mentioned tonight, we will certainly discuss them next time. To join the conversation, call the number at the top of the screen. As always, keep your calls relevant to the topic at hand and respectful and we will get to as many as we can. Tonight's topic is pretty popular and we anticipate a decent sized audience. We look forward to discussing a lighter (but somehow no less polarizing ha) topic tonight, so get out your smart phones and listen in!
Having spent the last decade working for Writer’s Digest, Jessica Strawser has edited literally hundreds of articles on the craft of writing and on storytelling excellence. A novelist herself, she shares insights gained from sitting in the editor’s chair and from her writer’s perspective.
For more information on all the Story Blender shows go to www.thestoryblender.com All Suspense Radio shows are brought to you by Suspense Magazine. www.suspensemagazine.com
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Sharona talks Democratic debate, the Title IX Tennessee lawsuit, plus Meryl Streep, the economy situation in Louisiana, Cleveland billing Tamir Rice's family and the GOAT Albert Einsten. Plus, she tried KFC's Hot Nashville chicken so you don't have to (thumbs down). We finish with Sharona talking about Kanye West and his lyrics on Taylor Swift.
TONIGHT ON THE SHOW (LIVE @ 8:00 PM ET): Will Dwight Howard be out of Houston by the NBA Trade Deadline? Bill Walton is a pothead! And Andrew has proof! Is the NBA schedule too tough on the players? Kanye West and Taylor Swift have beef! (Again) Could LSU lose it's college football program? The Golden State Warriors have an absolutely bright and fascinating future. ESPN ranked LeBron James the third best player in NBA history, do the guys agree? Florida and Miami are scheduled to compete in college fooball in 2019, but why haven't the papers been signed yet? And with the head coach salaries in college football increasing near the $10 million mark, are we on our way to a salary cap for student-athletes? PLUS MORE! You can call into the show at (929) 477-1592 and you can tweet the show @andrewrpowell or @ThePowellShow. The Andrew Powell Show presented by FanDuel and netTALK Connect is LIVE Monday-Friday 8:00-10:00 PM ET here only on FOX Sports Radio and iHeartRadio.
Joseph and Jay discuss topics of importance to preppers.
Jessica Leichtweisz and Dr. Aikyna Finch will be joined on the Empowering Women Series by Mary Walker, Kripalu Yoga instructor, as she discusses, "Nourishing the Self through Yoga." Join Mary as she reveals the keys of yoga: awareness, balance and connection. This ancient practice calls us home to our highest self, where we are invited to practice radical self care. Call in at (949) 203-4763 or chat in at 8pm EST/ 7pm CST on 2/11 and join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2016/02/12/empowering-women-series--nourishing-the-self-through-yoga
On the first episode for 2016 we're joined by clinical nutritionist and leading autoimmune expert Jessica Flanigan to talk about the hugely underappreciated healing powers of love.
Author of "The Loving Diet", Jessica believes that healing from any condition or situation of poor health requires nutritional healing, structured medical care and an awakening process of tapping into the healing powers within.
We spoke about:
- How to turn 'stumbling blocks' into 'stepping stones' - and continue to attract opportunities into your life
- The mindset of mindfulness and how it fundamentally changes your brain for the better
- Meditation and the ancient Hawaiian technique of Ho'Oponoponopono, and how they help us when everything unravels
Hosted by David White of Authentic Wellness Radio
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How do you have to think unconventionally to write great stories for children? Join us as children's book author Bruce Coville talks about extraterrestrials and other oddities for kids.
Bruce Coville was born in Syracuse, New York, in 1950. His family lived in farm territory north of Syracuse and he grew up around the corner from his grandparents’ dairy farm, where he spent a great deal of time dodging cows and chores as well as he was able. As a young reader he loved Mary Poppins and Dr. Dolittle, but also read lots of things people consider junk (Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, Tom Swift, and zillions of comic books).
In 1978 he published his first book, The Foolish Giant, a picture book illustrated by his wife, Katherine. Since then he has published over 100 books for children and young adults, from picture books to young adult novels. Among his best known titles are My Teacher Is an Alien, Into the Land of the Unicorns, and Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher. His work has appeared in 16 languages, and won children's choice awards in numerous states.
A frequent speaker at schools and conferences, Bruce has 3 times been opening or closing keynoter for the national conference of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators. He travels the world to speak in schools, and has presented at American or International Schools in Sao Paolo, London, Madrid, Shanghai, Delhi, Seoul, and many others.
In addition to his writing, in 2001 Bruce founded FULL CAST AUDIO, an audiobook publishing company devoted to producing full cast, unabridged recordings of great children's books. He has produced over a hundred audiobooks, frequently also directing or performing.
Bruce lives in Syracuse, New York, with his wife, author and illustrator Katherine Coville.
Jessica Lahey is an educator, author, and speaker. She writes "The Parent-Teacher Conference" column for the New York Times, is a contributing writer for The Atlantic, and a commentator for Vermont Public Radio. Her new book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed is a New York Times bestseller. Please visit her website for more information http://www.jessicalahey.com/
I am extremely honored to have Rick Goodwin join me for a new episode of Brain Healthy.
Rick is the founder of Men & Healing (www.menandhealing.ca). For nearly 20 years, he built and was past Executive Director of The Men’s Project in Ottawa. As well, he served as National Manager to 1 in 6 Canada from 2012-2015. He has won a variety of awards for service excellence over his career.
He received his Master’s of Social Work in 1985. Since then, he has trained clinically in a variety of models, focusing primarily on engagement in trauma recovery, ending men’s violence, and human sexuality. He has provided training in three continents and is internationally recognized in his work on male-centred approaches to therapy.
Rick has promised to share his insights with us about trauma, men and healing. He will be talking about what he has learned over the course of his career and how he implements his learning into valuable strategies and action steps when working with clients. This is definitely a not to be missed episode.
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