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During tonight's show host Pamela Marie Edmunds witll be interviewing Author Joanne Brocas. The will be discussing Joanne's book "The Power of Angels."
More About Joanne Brocas;
Joanne Brocas is a professionally trained medium, angel expert, intuitive healer, Reiki Master/teacher, and best-selling author with more than two decades of experience in afterlife communication and healing. During her childhood, Joanne communicated with her guardian angel and has maintained a very strong, clear connection with the spirit world and angelic realm throughout her life. Joanne is the founder of Chakra Medicine School of Energy Healing and Intuitive Development, helping to teach others how to develop their intuitive awareness, connect with the angels, and ignite their own healing power. Born in South Wales, Joanne now lives in Orlando, Florida, with her husband and teaches board approved healing programs and workshops nationally. Her website is www.chakramedicine.com.
Joanne Koenig-Macko is an internationally known artist, spiritual coach, author, and dynamic lecturer. This spirited, intuitive facilitator has served thousands of clients from all over the world. Her passion is to share her dynamic paintings, and to help others realize their true gifts and purpose in life.
Her ethereal art has been presented to countless world leaders and has served as Director of International Angels for World Peace under the umbrella of the World Citizen Diplomats. She has been listed in “Who’s Who” of women in business. Joanne currently has reps in Japan and thousands of clients who not only collect her inspirational art but see her for spiritual life coaching as well. Her passion from producing the Lightworker’s Conference annually stems from 22 years of expertise in the corporate world which she left behind to pursue her vision of helping raising the world’s mass consciousness. She is currently writing a book on all she’s learned from life, her clients and the many illusions we buy into that affect our lives.
This week’s OHMTG! bold & beautiful featured guest is Joanne Rose, the visionary founder and CEO of Vegan Vision Productions, creating original comedies for women - founded in 2008 in Los Angeles. Joanne recognizes a need for more strong female leads in comedy with storylines centering on characters with an internal struggle who find inspiration to turn their lives around. Because that is Joanne’s story. While awaiting her break as an actor in Los Angeles, she decided to write, act and produce her own comedy projects.
Vegan Vision Productions first project was the multi-award winning US sketch comedy series, Vegan 101. The series launched online in 2009 and ran for 3 Seasons - featuring highly exaggerated stories about vegans from all walks of life. Season 2 of Vegan 101 guest-starred Oscar-nominated actor, Eric Roberts with music by Keaton Simons and a special appearance from yours truly, MTG. Five years after Vegan 101 launched, the series was sold to Comedy Central channels globally. For more info on this week’s featured guest, go to veganvision.net.
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Bernice Bennett welcomes Joanne Abel for a discussion of the Jeanes Teachers and their community organizing work to build Rosenwald Schools.
Joanne Abel, adult programming and humanities librarian at Durham County Library, earned her bachelor of science degree in education from Georgia Southern College, her master of library science from North Carolina Central University, and her master of arts in liberal studies from Duke University. Joanne Abel’s master’s thesis was Persistence and Sacrifice: Durham County's African American Community and Durham's Jeanes Teachers Build Community Schools, 1900-1930.
In 1907 Miss Anna T. Jeanes, a Quaker woman, donated $1,000,000, “for the furthering and fostering of rudimentary education” in small rural Negro schools. Though this fund was incorporated as the Negro Rural School Fund, it was usually referred to as the Jeanes Fund. Rosenwald devised a matching grant program to help build black schools in the South. If a rural black community raised a contribution and the white school board agreed to operate the facility, Rosenwald would contribute cash – usually about one fifth of the total project.
“My music is romantic adult contemporary pop flamenco,” Roxanna states emphatically when she describes the muses for her debut album, ‘Exotica’. Indeed, it is. The songs are filled with lush orchestrations, sweeping pop sensibilities and simmering sensuality, all with a decidedly Spanish flair.
While it may have looked easy to get to where she is today with the release of ‘Exotica’, the reality of it all has been years of hard work, determination and perseverance. “As an independent artist, I’ve accomplished things that many developed artists haven’t,” Roxanna says. “Including making a music video with Matthew Rolston, having an actor from a soap opera, or having Chris Botti, the best trumpeter, to perform on my album, and all the musicians who perform on my album and in my concert. Money doesn’t buy all these things, you have to have the talent and people have to believe in you.”
Roxanna uses her considerable vocal gifts to tell stories of romance, heartache, healing, passion and sensuality. She debuted her first single, Unforgotten, a year ago. The song garnered acclaim and was just a hint of what was to come. Her followup single, Close Your Eyes, is a sweeping ballad that starts with a gentle piano and soars on the lifts of a huge orchestra like an eagle on an updraft. “Close Your Eyes was originally written by Lindy Robbins and Mark Portmann,” Roxanna says of the song. “The reason I chose to sing that song was I love the lyrics, I connected to the lyrics from my days as a nurse. The line, ‘I’ll be here till the sunrise’, that’s what the nurse’s duty is, to be there until the end, until they need you. It was originally written for Celine Dion and she didn’t want it so I took it.” Celine’s loss was Roxanna’s win as the song has become her first Billboard Top 40 Chart hit.
I am glad to see I have got Joanne DiMaggio as mt guest on today's a Book and a Chat. Joanne was previously booked but due to some technical issues we had to cancel the show. Now she is back again to chat to us.
As Simon and Garfunkel sang... "wehere have you gone Jo DiMaggio" well if we're talking Joannne DiMaggio she is my guest on today's "A Book and a Chat".
For more than 25 years, Joanne DiMaggio has been a student of esoteric studies. A professional writer with a background in advertising, public relations and marketing, she developed her writing skills at a very young age, writing plays as early as third grade. But what she also developed was her ability to write in an altered state of consciousness. At the age of 9, she said a prayer asking for guidance to develop a secret code she could use but her parents would not be able to read. Sitting with pen and paper under the bathroom sink, she closed her eyes, said her prayer and waited for guidance. She received her secret code--only to find out 25 years later that it was the Phoenician alphabet, dating back to 1000 B.C.
I am really loking forward to chatting to Joanne about her life and her book "Your Soul Remembers: Accessing Your Past Lives Through Soul Writing"
Born and raised in Farmingdale, family man Brandon Irizarry is the doting father of five beautiful children; four girls and a son. Brandon’s entrepreneurship traits and thriving entertainment career began in his early teens when he founded a DJ business with a friend. I started booking musicians and artists for clubs and concerts with old school celebrities and musicians.At the age of twenty-five, Brandon started an organic tree and lawn care company called Long Island Organic. He was the first true, 100% organic tree and Lawn Company. This is when Brandon decided to collaborate his work and become more involved with charitable causes. He wanted to give back to the Long Island community. He managed to connect with the Breast Cancer Correlation in Huntington, speaking about the link between pesticides and breast cancer. Over the years, as Brandon has reinvented and strengthened his business knowledge, he never lost his flourishing heart, nor his adoration of music,and Events and he has established a strong community name for himself. BZarry Events inc. is the product of twenty-five years of music, networking, connections, charities and family experience wrapped up now - in one company.
Redneck Weddings, a comedy cross between the Beverly Hillbillies meets Arrested Development will premier at the Hoboken International Film Festival. The festival runs from May 30th to June 5th 2014 at the Paramount Theatre in Middletown, NY.
About the show:
In Texas, Breesy is famous for being the kiss of death. Breesy has buried six fiancées dying from an unexpected heart attack to her man being run over as road kill. Her dream is to find the love of her life and have a big redneck wedding. So far, she has been labeled in her hometown as the “Big O Kiss of Death” and the memory of dying husbands-to-be that die in front of her before she even gets to wear her wedding dress on her big day permeates.
Queens native Charlie Scott is living a fervent life like Keith Urban and Neil Young, not just musically, but sober. “I developed a terrible addiction to drugs which lasted until I was twenty one, ultimately leading to my parents deeming me hopeless and putting me out onto the street. After sleeping in a local park for a couple of nights, I was humbled enough to give rehab a chance.” Charlie’s music tells the story about the battle he had with drugs and his triumph recovery. His voice is not only a reminiscent of an early Slim Shady, he also has the same undefeated mindset and incidental parallel life as the Grammy-winning rapper, Eminem, who detailed his struggles with addiction on his latest album, Recovery.
Charlie’s lyrics are relatable, insatiable and compelling. It is evident that he did not have an easy life. Raised by hearing impaired parents, Charlie’s zealous array of mixed emotion is constrained in his music. The turning point in his career was “when I was asked to write a goodbye letter to drugs, more specifically Roxy-codon, I turned it into a powerful song; that was the turning point for how I write music and how I use it to help me as a person.” He has no remorse, in fact he states; “I wouldn't change a single thing if I could. I'm blessed to say that I haven't made many mistakes, and all the ones I have, were turned into great learning experiences.”
Cassidy McMillan is an award-winning Filmmaker/Actress, Speaker and Advocate, and is the Director/Producer/Writer of the highly anticipated Documentary Film on bullying, girl bullying and bullycide, Bullies and Friends.
Cassidy's an actress in Film, TV, Voice-Overs, Commercials, Theater; Member of SAG-AFTRA
Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of TV & Radio Artists.
For the feature length documentary film Bullies and Friends, she conducted extensive research on bullying, relational aggression and bullycide throughout North America, where she worked with hundreds of educators, thousands of students, as well as parents, counselors, medical professionals, judicial and legal system officials, and political leaders.
Through her advocacy work and research on bullying/bullycide (youth suicide) prevention and mental health, Cassidy has become a recognized Expert, Speaker and Media Contributor on the topics of bullying, girl bullying, bullycide, mental health as it pertains to bullying, relational aggression, and legal aspects within the juvenile justice system regarding bullying.
Some of the Awards Cassidy McMillan has received include:
Women In Film Foundation Award
Walt Disney Company's Partners In Excellence Award
United Nations UNA USA Impact Film Award
Inanna Filmmaker Humanitarian Award
Cine's Social Awareness Award
Inanna Best Documentary Film Award
New York City and Harlem has produced several internationally known personalities and Gerald G. Money is certainly one of them.
Gerald “G” Money was raised in the prestigous Esplanade Gardens Development. There as a youth, Mr. Money’s family and neighbors recognized his many gifts, he excelled in sports, art and he also had an uncanny knack for comedy. Gerald told jokes that always left them laughing and he did impressions of famous celebrities splendidly.
As a teenager, he began an impressive career as a stand-up comedian. His lists of accomplishments include television appearances, as well as live performances at top-notch clubs. It was during this time he started a long relationship with the world famous Apollo Theater as a performer and Master of Ceremony.
Yet, as it was well known, life in Harlem for a young man can offer one of many choices and G Money swayed between the arts and the streets. Due to his artificial success, the streets seemed like the path to take. The lifestyles of G Money and his associates were so fascinating; they were depicted in the hit classic film: New Jack City™. But it was the streets that kept him wanting more. From Gangster to God, he realized that being a Drug Lord was not what God wanted for him. Eventually, Gerald G. Money got out of the drug game and became a man of God. Currently, he is helping people get jobs in the NYC area.
G Money is the Author of his new book called “The Chronicles of the NEW JACK ERA”-The Official Autobiography of the Original Gerald G. Money”. After many years of silence, here is his true story filled with a lot of heartache, pain and suffering. Gerald G. Money was offered every opportunity in life to become whatever he wanted to become but he chose the darkness and perils of the street life. He had it all then lost it all. This was the life and times of The New Jack Era…
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