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Larry Brantley @recruitinglarry talks HR with @bryanwempen @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen @williamtincup and @thehrbuddy The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
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Richard Street's Temptations/ Larry Johnson - Exclusive Interview - Wednesday, July 30 2014 - 5pm PST
Richard Allen Street (October 5, 1942 – February 27, 2013) was an American soul and R&B singer, most notable as a member of Motown vocal group The Temptations from 1971 to 1993. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Street was the first member of the Temptations to actually be a native of the city which served as Motown's namesake and hometown; all of the previous members were born and at least partially raised in the southern United States.Street was the lead singer of an early Temptations predecessor, Otis Williams & the Distants, and takes the spotlight on their local hit "Come On". The Distants also included future Temptations Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, and Elbridge "Al" Bryant, who left The Distants and their record deal with Johnnie Mae Matthews' Northern Records to form The Elgins (later The Temptations) with Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams. After their departure, Matthews had Street briefly lead a new Distants group in the early 1960s.During the mid-1960s, Street performed with a Motown act called The Monitors, who had only one minor hit, 1966's "Greetings (This is Uncle Sam)", to its name. They also had a big hit in 1965 called "Say You" which the Temptations included on one of their albums.Street knew the Temptations and Otis Williams, in particular, having worked for Motown in quality control and through his vocal work with the Distants and the Monitors. By the late-1960s, Street was being called upon to travel with The Temptations and sing Paul Williams' parts from off-stage, while Paul Williams, who suffered from both alcoholism and sickle-cell disease, danced and lip-synched onstage. Street officially replaced Paul Williams in mid-1971, after both he and Eddie Kendricks left the group.
Tune in for another special edition of That's Entertainment as I welcome back Larry "LAK" Henderson. LAK (pronouce Lock) first came on the show to debut his album "Lesson One: Hip Hop & Education" where he blends educational lyrics and underground beats to help children learned every day school subjects. A sound he called "educational hip hop soul music." As the CEO, Co-founder and Producer of Smart Music Entertainment, his education project has really taken off since he first appeared on the show two years ago. He has new music, an upcoming Smart Music Tour, and he just recently used his music to educate students in Philadelphia about African American history. Join me on Wednesday, July 30 at 1pm ET as I talk with the multi-talented Larry "LAK" Henderson.
Come and rock with your host Peter Larry Loud bringing you some of todays newest hip hop and r&b. Also we will be bringing you some of the Hotteest music from Flint Michigan. Also we will be having Flint Michigan's own Coinz Stoping by. Taking about his new album titled "Wait For It".
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles; we'll talk about Dale Earnhardt Jr's new crew chief, and whether or not we think it's a good hire. We'll discuss how this affects the future of Hendrick Motorsports, and how this move may have tipped their hand for their plans beyond 2015.
Also, Denny Hamlin, and the number 11 team were handed down one of the biggest penalties in NASCAR history. Crew chief, Darian Grubb has been suspended by NASCAR. Even though the penalty is "stiff," it does not really effect the 11 team's chase. We'll talk about whether or not they need to do things differently in the future when it comes to penalties.
Also, if we have time we'll discuss Larry Mac's article, and Slugger Labbe's got strong words for Juan Pablo Montoya
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Welcome to the award winning show “the Conversation” in its 4th year airing on Blog Talk Radio. This show features the brightest and most unique guests we can find. We offer a dose of positive energy to inspire, motivate and educate you our listeners. Welcome sit back and enjoy the show!
Hosts: Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey
Gerald McCauley- Music producer Gerald McCauley co-authored the book "Down the Rhodes: the Feder Rhodes Story" told by a series of interviews with the industry greats.
Larry "Lak" Henderson- AKA the HIPHOP educator drops by to talk about how he's changing the way our kids think and learn
Ronn David- the son of Rock n Roll Hall of Famers Ruth Brown and Clyde McPhatter drops by to talk about his new hit single "I Want Your Lovin"
Mind Body Wellness specialist LaShawn McCrary talks about her newest program designed to help women and men maintain their quest for a healthier body
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This is an exciting week in Louisville, when two very different events arrive in the city that have a lot to offer.
One is a huge one, FandomFest, where thousands and thousands will flock to the Kentucky International Convention Center downtown to see all kinds of tv and movie celebrities, a film festival, all kinds of cosplay, and there's even a book-themed track of panels, directed by a co-host of the Star Chamber Show, Stephen Zimmer!
The other event rolling into the 'Ville this weekend is the 3rd Annual Business of Writing International Summit, which offers a more intimant, workshop-driven atmosphere for authors interested in the business side of the writing world.
This week's show will feature a couple of the founders of these events, live! We will be speaking with author/consultant Peggy DeKay at the beginning of the show about the Business of Writing International Summit. Then, the maverick himself, Ken Daniels of FandomFest will be calling in live to talk about all the fun happening downtown.
We at the Star Chamber Show love to support events both larger and smaller scale, and this show will celebrate an example of each, with both taking place this weekend in Louisville, Kentucky!
Be sure to tune in at 9pm EST on Wednesday to get the full scoop on an exciting weekend just ahead!
TNA Superstar Rockstar Spud takes your questions and discusses the new season of British Boot Camp 2 set to air on Challenge in the UK and Ireland this Fall, and the One Night Only “X Division Xtravaganza” Pay-Per-View event available beginning Friday, Aug. 1!
Since Mary Desmond was 3 yrs old, she always knew she wanted to act and sing. She enjoyed music and started practicing at home every chance she could get. At age 3, she joined a music group, landed her first solo, and she has never stopped. Her first big opportunity, at age 4 was singing "Love Letters in the Sand" with Pat Boone and his grandson Ryan; she also made an appearance on Larry King Live at the same age singing "God Bless America." At age 5, she appeared in a commercial for Disney Fantasy Princess and played extras for several films including "Yours, Mine, and Ours." She then began auditioning for local theatre and got her first big role as Annie at 7 years old. At age 9, she was in the ensemble for Evita and Brigadoon at the Regional Theatre, and then landed the role of Susan in Irving Berlin's White Christmas. She was also a part of The National Broadway Tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. When Mary turned 10, she auditioned at Legoland California for the part of Emily in their holiday show, Let It Snow and immediately got the part. She has been performing as a part of seven different shows at Legoland, most recently as the lead in a new show called Lego Friends Live. Three years ago Mary also started playing with her band Fusion Beat, winners of the OC People's Choice for the best youth band. Fusion Beat have now played at over 85 live performances including House of Blues, Disney California Adventure Resort, & the Del Mar Fair. She also continued to work at Legoland, and is currently working her 8th show playing Olivia in Lego Friends Live Holidays. Mary has released over 31 videos as a part of Fusion Beat and 15 videos of her own on youtube. Want to talk to Mary? Call in tonight to ask her YOUR questions
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