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On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films. They include Liam Neeson's new vehicle Non-stop, the biblical story Son of God, a documentary called Kids for Cash, Steve Coogan's Alan Partridge, and India's The Lunchbox.
Need a few moments of quiet time for the kids? Something soothing to help them calmly wake up or calmly head towards naptime or bedtime? Come with us and listen in as we tell tales of heart, adventure, fun exploration with characters to love!
Original stories made up on the spot through the imagination of Miss Jeannine with the occasional talented storytellers and songwriters guests that kids love based on The Melodies Life Readiness Lessons for Preschoolers! Perfect for naptime or bedtime, these social and emotional heart felt stories are available live each Saturday morning or archived on demand listening for your child ages 2-8. Coloring pages for the shows are available for download on the Heart Centered Stories website. Come join in the fun and open your heart to Heart Centered Stories today!
This week’s story idea is: The Giant Tree in the Valley
Inspired by The Melodies Tree Song with The Melodies lesson: Let’s Get Grounded!
The Mets Lounge: Where the Cool Kids Hang Out. Yes, The Gal for All Seasons is back to whip up love for beloved Mets! Hang tough and loose as it gets real from a Mets' fan!
Coop is hosting the 2014 wrap party for the Mets, while the postseason starts. See you at 9 pm ET on 10/1
Join Coop with Red from the great Red Sox site, Surviving Grady, as being Red Sox fans and Mets fans means happiness that there is a YANKEE FREE POSTSEASON.
How can adoptive parents talk with their children about their birth parents. Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr. Jennifer Bliss, the National Associate Counseling Director at the Independent Adoption Center, a non-profit domestic infant adoption agency; and Danielle Goodman, Lead Social Worker in the Delaware office of Adoptions from the Heart, a nonprofit domestic infant adoption agency.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here:
Blog summary of the show
More Creating a Family resources on talking to adopted children about birth parents can be found here.
This week, Ari in Philadelphia joins Dave to recap a most exciting AL Wild Card game where the Royals outlasted the A's in 13 innings. A thrill from start to finish, the Royals battled back from deficits multiple times and two big home runs from Oakland's Brandon Moss. Ari and Dave also look ahead to the NL Wild Card between the Giants and Pirates in progress, plus the upcoming Division Series games: Tigers/Orioles, Royals/Angels, the Nationals, and Dodgers/Cardinals. Next we turn to the Week 5 "Kids Club Podcast Picks" where Say Hello to Ottis moves into 1st place. Can the Oat Man build on his lead or will John, Ron, and Andy take over? We'll cover some exciting matchups as part of our picks segment including Alabama vs Ole Miss, Stanford/Notre Dame, Nebraska/Michigan State, and Texas A&M/Mississippi State. In Hour 2, Kevin on the Cape re-joins Dave for "Random Questions" and an expanded conversation on the MLB Postseason so far.
in Self Help
This week we are delving into using your energy and conscious focus in your parenting. Being a Parent-Educator and Child Development Expert I constantly offer toold, strategies, and techniques to families to make life easier, and to really tap into the "Whole Child", your "Whole Child" has a often overlooked puzzle piece- that being Emotional Development. Emotional Development really is the glue that holds all other things together and it is time we shift the parenting paradigm into greatness.
Join me to learn the (7) attitude and how we can tweak them to be not only our emotional best, but to model and teach our children to do the same.
Join Kitty Elavase and SmallChange for another hot an educational episode of Wet Wednesday as they discuss the topic of analingus (tossing salad, eating booty, rimming, etc). Join them as they discuss hygiene and safety, tools for beginners, questions to ask if you are looking to be the giver of the pleasure an answer the question why is the act still taboo? Be sure to put the kids to bed and bring you pen and pad! Show will air live at 8PM Pst, 10 PM Central and 11PM Eastern. Listen online www.blogtalkradio.com/elavase or via your phone 347-426-3673. Call in with your question and comment and press one to speak with the host! Chat room will be open! Swing by http://www.kittykattkloset.com Make sure that you follow the show to get the latest updates for upcoming shows!
Listen in as we break down this week's College and Pro Football action
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in Video Games
Join CyberKnight and the Geezer Gamers as we talk about all things gaming. From the Xbox, PlayStation, and Wii U, to the Ouya and the Steam Box, we cover it all. Put the kids to bed and be a part of the show!
Special thanks to Palette-Swap Ninja for letting us use their music! Check them out at http://paletteswapninja.com/
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Tim Fisher, a returning NAASCA family member who lives in the Las Vegas area and runs Juvenile Justice Now. Tim, a child abuse survivor, will be with us tonight to describe his experience, strength and hope. Tim was seven years old when he met his predator, a neighbor, teaching Sunday school at the Baptist church. The man began grooming and manipulating Tim and his parents, offering Tim and his sister rides to and from church in his little red Volkswagen. Thus began a situation that was to last seven years. His mother told him that their neighbor needed some help in his yard and around the house and that Tim would be going to go with him on Saturday mornings to help out for a few hours. "My parents must have thought they'd hit the lottery. Here was this fine, upstanding man of God who had taken a genuine interest in their young son’s moral growth and development, says Tim. He goes on, "I’m here today because by the time I had reached my 14th birthday I had been sexually molested approximately 350 times over the course of seven years." He continues, "It took four years for me to become strong enough to come forward. Shortly after my 18th birthday I lit a fuse that would blow multiple families apart." Eventually he went to the Anaheim police and reported his abuse and name his predator. From start to finish it took a year almost to the day for him to be convicted. Eventually he took a plea of guilty to 49 counts of child molestation, lewd conducts involving a minor and with the use of force. Sadly although he was sentenced to 2 to 12 years he was released after serving just nine months. "I’m here to remind you that the abuse never stops for the victim," Tim says, "I encourage anyone who has been sexually abused to make a report even if it happened when you were a child."
in Pop Culture
The first half of our show we will be interviewing Garage FX.
The Second half we will be talking to the crew at Comic & Media Expo 2014.
Our two related clans, the Caldwells and the Fowers, have been creating costumes for ourselves, our kids, and others for decades. The majority of that art form is inspired by comics and the notion of a Hero or Heroine. Most everyone wants to be a Hero to someone. So, why not get the chance to dress up like one every once in a while? We wanted to make sure anyone could have that chance so we started "Garage FX". The concept is this: Teach others how to simply make great Cosplay (Costume Play) works of art using everyday items you can find in your garage or hardware store. Since we began this effort, we have created projects from Venom to Predator to Spawn (in many forms). Inspired by huge demand at past comic conventions our latest efforts have been making movie-prop worthy Halo Spartan Armor as well as those pizza eating Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. All pieces are made from the foam floor mats you step on in your garage, old plastic buckets, pool floats, PVC pipe, burlap bags, Elmer's glue, chicken wire, packing Styrofoam and more. For the more intense student we even teach how to make your own patterns, sew elaborate costumes and cast latex and silicon masks and props. We love what we do at Garage FX! Feel free to stop by our web page to learn for free how to make something from nearly nothing or come to one of our weekly “Make-and-Takes” workshops here in the Phoenix Valley.
My guest tonight is the owner of Rusty Ink, artist Rusty Gilligan. I recntly ran into Rusty at In-Con-Ceivable. and got re-acquainted with this crazy guy! He did the artwork for the convention and has lots of great stuff including his comic books.
I'm Sal Lizard. I am an actor, an author, a media personality, a comedian, and a professional Santa. I have traveled over a good portion of the planet, and have had a myriad of interesting jobs. I consider myself a Renaissance man -- a philosopher and a fool, a poet and a pirate, a scholar and a scoundrel, a life-long adventurer and a lover of women and animals.
Join me weekly. as I introduce some of the wacky and interesting people that I've met on the Inernet, on film sets. at horror conventions or through chance meetings in my day-to-day activities.
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