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Janet Phelan is an investigative journalist with New Eastern Outlook. She is the author of EXILE, which discusses the circumstances under which she fled the United States. Janet focuses on issues related to legal corruption and maintains a special interest in biological weapons.
Cary Andrew Crittenden is an activist who is currently incarcerated in Santa Clara County Jail. Crittenden has become outspoken against corruption in Santa Clara County and has now been repeatedly jailed in that locale.
Lametria, an excellent example of a motivated member of the younger generation...single mother, student, singer, and songwriter, she wears these hats simultaneously. Strength and determination has brought her to this place she stands now and despite an equal share of successes and failures, Lametria is a testimony. The testimony that the young generation needs to hear is that having faith and believing in yourself will lead to the fulfillment of all your dreams. Lametria was born in the "Music City" of Nashville where the city itself seems to breathe the sound of music and is known worldwide for being the home of some of the world's greatest artists. She was born premature with a birth defect called Esophageal Atresia. Doctors told her parents that she wouldn't be able to talk and that she would be on a feeding tube for the rest of her life and mentally disabled with the lifespan of progressing only to the age of twelve. Before she was a week old she had three major surgeries and then two more major surgeries after that. By the time she reached three years of age her surgeries were finalized and she began to live life normally. Still overcoming obstacles, it was then noticed by her family that Lametria had a gift. A gift to perform, a passion to sing, and a God given musical ear. God saw fit to intervene and Lametria thrived as she grew up in Clarksville, TN. At the age of three Lametria began singing and humming the songs of Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Tina Turner; she often showcased her singing skills in front of family and friends. Her ultimate stage was standing before church congregations belting out old gospel songs that stirred the soul.
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Signing Day has come and gone, and Alabama rests happily at the top of most of the recruiting rankings. Since spring ball is still several months away, all we have to discuss is all of those fresh new five stars that are coming to Tuscaloosa. We'll be joined by William "Redfish" Barger, John Garcia Jr. and Rodney Orr to do just that. The action starts at 7 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark & Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
How do we allow our dreams to evolve as we grow, so that our dreams stay fresh? Join us as Broadway Actress and Yoga Teacher Mary Michael talks about acting, yoga, creativity, and well-being.
Mary Michael is a New York based actress, singer, dancer, and Yoga teacher. She grew up in Texas, and graduated summa cum laude with her BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan. Since then she has performed on Broadway in ANYTHING GOES and THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Christine Daae). Mary Michael has performed across the country at theaters including the Denver Center, Syracuse Stage, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Asolo Repertory, the St. Louis MUNY, Music Theatre Wichita, Casa Manana Theatre, and Carnegie Hall. She has been a featured soloist with the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, and the American Pops Orchestra. Mary Michael holds certifications in Restorative and Yin Yoga, and is studying the effects of the subtle body on our creativity and over all well being. She lives in Queens with her fiancee Cary, and dog Massimo.
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Join us for part 4 of our Transformation Cafe Book Club with Presence by Amy Cuddy. This week we'll be exploring our perceived imposter. Cary Grant once said,"Everyone wants to be Cary Grant, Even I want to be Cary Grant". We'll be moving from feeling like a imposter to breaking up with our impostor self. If we only knew how many people feel like impostors we'd have to conclude two things...Tune in to find how to resolve those secret fears and embrace our true selves. We've saved you a seat here at the cafe...a fun place to celebrate our true selves.
Even without football, it is a busy time at the Capstone. A national championship was celebrated, and it felt like half of the 2016 recruiting class was on-hand to watch the festivities. BAMS will welcome Kirk McNair to talk about the official visit weekend that was, as well as some talk about Avery Johnson's Crimson Tide. Finally, we'll be joined by Coach Q of the Frozen Tide as that group continues their season. The action starts at 7 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark & Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
This week on That's Entertainment, the controversary over the Oscars nominations and why Will and Jada Smith will not be attending and will there be a boycott? Also, what network fired back at actress Stacey Dash? Did Jamie Foxx finally speak on his heroic act? Why Lil Wayne still have unfinished business with Birdman despite a happy reunion? Will the third time be the charm for Mariah Carey as she goes down the aisle again? And why was Amy Schumer accused of stealing jokes? Tune in to the Friday edition of That's Entertainment, with your host Tammy Jones-Gibbs, today at 1:00pmET on www.blogtalkradio.com/tammyjones-gibbs or call in to listen at 347-637-2656
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The euphoria hasn't ended. It probably won't until after the national championship parade this weekend. With players deciding to stay, the peek ahead to the 2016 season is officially a possibility. Also, recruiting is happening, and John Garcia Jr will join us to give us all of his insights about prospects. While all of that goes on, Avery Johnson's first basketball season is rolling on and, even though the Tide struggled against the Auburn Tigers, there is a palpable amount of excitement surrounding the program. The action starts at 8 with Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark & Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.
Join host Michelle Walling as she interviews Cary Kirastar Ellis, authour of 21st Century Superhuman. Topics will include how Quantum physics, Ancient wisdom, and Cosmic conjunctions are Now transforming our “reality” in the long-prophecied Shift of the Ages, potentially the greatest Evolutionary Leap in human history. Cary has updates on free energy and Michelle provides informaition about the In5d Superpower Activation Conference, where Cary is a speaker.
Find out more about Cary here: http://in5devents.com/about-cary-ellis/
FInd her book here: http://www.amazon.com/21st-Century-Superhuman-Lifestyle-Well-Being/dp/0984171118/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1392989270&sr=1-1&keywords=by+Cary+Ellis
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes R&B Singer Airi Mori to the Show!
Performing professionally since 2004, Airi Mori is a Japanese-born, Los Angeles-based, Pop/R&B Soul Singer/Songwriter/Music Producer/Audio Engineer in the style of Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Celine Dion. Born and raised in Nagoya, Japan, Airi started singing American Pop songs at age seven--long before ever learning to speak English. A very serious student, she practiced music for up to six hours a day for over fifteen years and earned a degree in International Studies with honors from the prestigious Waseda University in Japan. She also studied in England for a year as an International exchange student at Royal Holloway, University of London.
In 2013, she moved to Los Angeles where she was soon acknowledged by other great writers/musicians, such as a Grammy winning songwriter, Allan Rich (who has written songs for Whitney Houston, Natalie Cole, and ‘NSYNC). Adding to her list of credits, she has danced in Japanese television commercials for major brands (Takarakuji and Parco)
She is currently working on her debut independent album, “Reason of Love”, which showcases her writing, producing, mixing and performing talents.
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