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TONIGHT: Catch "The Girly-Girl's Guide to the Super Bowl" with Laura Leigh and Stephanie Connery (@AZLadyBirds). The ladies will welcome Sharona (@SportsbySharona), newly named NFL Offical Reporter for NFLFemale. Sharona will provide a breakdown of what we can expect in tomorrow's Super Bowl XLIX and maybe we can get her pick for the winner as well!
Stephanie will give us some great looks for Super Bowl parties in Seahawk and Patriot themes. We will talk a little about yummy party foods and listen to a lot of Katy Perry music in honor of her Super Bowl halftime show. By the end of the night, Hammy's head will explode from all the girly-ness that we look forward to presenting on this final episode (for the 2014 NFL Season) of "Down and Dirty Sports!"
Anything goes on Super Bowl Weekend
More Domestic Violence
Some super bowl talk
Govenor of Illinois is not liked
Authors, Writers and my new book
Smart Quiz Question/Who is the Commander-in-chief of the United States Military?
More on tenants rights
According to weather reports, it is going to get really bad
Join Laura Mirante, Dodi Mitchell, and host Rev Leah Fortner, as we connect with Spirit at 8pm Friday, January 30th to receive a personal message from a guide or loved one in spirit or simply experience the energy of love, insight and guidance, through this dynamic form of communication.
Laura Mirante is a Spiritual Channel connecting with the higher self, the soul, the aspect of our being that is not in the physical. We gain insight from the soul's point of view, into our human experience .
The hopes, questions and concerns of each individual listening on these Friday nights, float on a stream of consciousness as energy, collectively becoming the topic of the messages channeled. Every month the message is different because every month different people join in to listen. Think of it as our collective requests continually being addressed by our collective Soul!
If you enjoy & benefit from listening to the Spiritual Wisdom that Laura channels please consider giving a Love Donation to help support these broadcasts. Thank you in advance! Make Donation
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Harry James / Woody Herman and their Orchestras: The Missing sides
B: Harry James and his Orchestra, Memphis in June
Written-By – Carmichael, Webster
Label: Columbia – 36833, Sep. 1945
Recorded May 30, 1945, Hollywood, CA.
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single
Genre: Jazz, Big Band
A: Woody Herman and his Orchestra – Laura
Fox trots. Recorded February 19, 1945, New York, NY.
Written-By – Raksin and Johnny Mercer
Vocals [Chorus] – Woody Herman
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single
Genre: Jazz Big Band Swing
Label: Columbia – 36785
John Herndon "Johnny" Mercer was an American lyricist, songwriter and singer. He was also a co-founder of Capitol Records. He is best known as a lyricist, but he also composed music Wikipedia
All credit due to the artist and musicians and Columbia records
No profit or income derived from this podcast.
Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners? Contact me at: www.Facebook.com/s3productions2. I welcome your thoughts, comments, and suggestions at
email@example.com. I am trying to preserve the largely ignored original analog sound of the old 78 records, plus learn some music history along the way
It's all hands on deck as several Obama Administration agencies and departments spring into action implementing components of the Obama Broadband Doctrine announced recently in Cedar Falls, IA. Today learn how your community can get vital assistance executing network deployment and adoption efforts.
The BroadbandUSA initiative, a program of the Dept. of Commerce's National Telecommunications and information Administration (NTIA) will:
provide expertise, tools and information to benefit communities that are developing or improving broadband services and broadband adoption;
offer online and in-person technical assistance to help communities mprove broadband access and bring more Americans online;
host a series of regional workshops around the country to instruct decision-makers on best practices and lessons learned from local communities;
distribute guides and tools that provide communities with proven solutions to problems in planning, financing, construction and operations; and
through collaboration with other federal agencies and broadband stakeholder groups, promote interagency coordination to ensure that information and resources get to communities quickly and effectively.
Laura Breeden, Director of External Affairs for BroadbandUSA, and Lynn Chadwick, Federal Program Officer with the NTIA State Broadband Initiative, offer tips and guidelines for maximizing this newest program. Their primary mission is to make it as convenient as possible for communities to get assistance making broadband work for their constituents.
1. ART & RESOLUTION: Films of Afro-Cuban Life and History, Thursdays, 2/2, 12, 19 at 6:30pm @ MoAD
Cornelius Moore is Co-Director of the 46 year old Bay Area social issue film distributor/producer California Newsreel as well as a film programmer focused on work from the Black World. Mr. Moore joins us to talk about the Cuban film series her has curated for the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), Mission @ Third in San Francisco. www.moadsf.org
2. African American Educators Professional Development Summit, Jan. 30 (reception & awards), Jan. 31 (summit)
Bobbie Brooks, Board Member and Co-Founder of The African American Regional Educational Alliances www.theaarea.org & (510) 614-3000
Laura Babitt, 2015 Educational Service Award Honoree
3. Black Arts Movement West, Celebrating 50 Years @ Laney College, Sat. Feb. 7, 10 AM - 9 PM 510-200-4164
Marvin X is a playwright in the true spirit of the Black Arts Movement (BAM). His most well-known BAM play, entitled Flowers for the Trashman, deals with generational difficulties and the crisis of the Black intellectual as he deals with education in a white-controlled culture. Marvin received his MA in English/Creative writing from San Francisco State University, 1975. He has taught at San Francisco State University, Fresno State University, UC Berkeley and San Diego, Mills College, Merritt and Laney Colleges in Oakland, University of Nevada, Reno.
His latest book is the Wisdom of Plato Negro, parables/fables, Black Bird Press, Berkeley. He currently teaches at his Academy of da Corner, 14th and Broadway, downtown Oakland, Lakeshore on Saturdays, & Sundays at the Berkeley Flea Market: www.blackbirdpressnews.blogspot.com
It's easy to schedule your complimentary session at https://www.timetrade.com/book/WFSFQ
Do you feel pushed and pulled in all directions?
Do you find that once you complete one task, 3 more pop up?
Do you feel you don't even have the time to delegate?
The truth is chaos does not have to be a way of life.
Join us every Tuesday at 9:00am ET - on the radio for a 5 minute discussion regarding a real-world situation that busy professional and entrepreneurs face every day. After the 5 minute discussion, the phone lines are open for some Q&A If you want more information, why don't we schedule an appointment, where I get to know more about your unique situation. And then I will be happy to make recommendations on what your best steps are moving forward. How does that sound?
Hi, my name is Laura Rose. I am a speaker and author. I am an expert time and project management. I help busy professionals and entrepreneurs create effective systems so that they can comfortably delegate to others, be more profitable and have time to enjoy life even if they don't have time to learn new technology or train their staff. I have a knack for making big ideas into on time and profitable projects. Transforming the way you run your business into a business you love to run.
This week features the co-founder and Executive Director of Creative Strategies for Change, Rachael Sharp, to talk with us about their work to bridge the social divides and engage communities on all sides by mobilizing arts and education for social justice.
Rachael is a passionate artist, activist, and educator who works in a variety of creative mediums, specializing in popular education, applied theater, dance, and movement. She holds a Master of Arts from the Gallatin School at New York University, and has completed professional training programs with Bay Area Nonviolent Communication, Dominic Barter, and the Center for Multicultural Education and Programs at NYU, where she received the Nia award for outstanding work in the arts and social justice. Through her work, Rachael has had the opportunity to facilitate innovative social justice education and arts programs for people of all ages, as well as supporting nonprofit organizations with communications, program coordination, and general operations.
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