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  • 00:53

    January Jones-Akashic Alphabet with Trenace Rose

    in Spirituality

    Meet Trenace Rose the author of of a recently released, Spiritual-Inspirational Gift book, Akashic Alphabet, 6 years in the making.


    It is a series of vignettes drawn from various cultural and spiritual belief systems all over the world, showing the graceful connection of Oneness in all.  


    The profound illustrations are painted by a Master Artist, whose works reside in museums and galleries, world-wide.


    This book is the perfect gift for your someone special.


    www.akashicalphabet.com

  • 01:00

    Heart2Heart Radio with Michael Brooks and Carina Ghionzoli – Premiere

    in Motivation

    Join Carina and I tonight for a special “At the Movies” edition of Heart2Heart Radio (#Heart2HeartRadio) previously So Random Saturday tonight at a special time, 10:00 PM MST on the Coach on Fire Radio Network (#CoachonFireRadio).


    The Movie?


    Walt Disney's Saving Mr. Banks.


    In addition to being a wonderful movie with incredible performances by Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, there are lots of great lessons for life, love and business we can learn from the film. What would a Disney movie be without that?


    In a lively fun discussion and a catchy sing a long tune or two, we will explore the lessons embedded in this brilliant Disney feature.


    For those of you that don't know the story or have not seen the film. Walt Disney's daughters begged him to make a movie of their favorite book, P.L. Travers' Mary Poppins (1964), he made them a promise - one that he didn't realize would take 20 years to keep. In his quest to obtain the rights, Walt comes up an insanely difficult writer who is not about to let her beloved magical nanny get mauled by Hollywood. But Travers finds herself all but broke and reluctantly travels to LA to meet with Walt. For weeks in 1961, Disney pulls out all the stops, armed with imaginative storyboards and chirpy songs. But Mrs. Travers doesn't budge. The rights begin to move look like they might slip away forever. It is only when Walt reaches into his own childhood that he discovers the truth about the ghosts that haunt her, and together they set Mary Poppins free to ultimately make one of the most endearing films in cinematic history – Mary Poppins


    .Join us. 

  • 00:02

    Heart2Heart Radio with Michael Brooks and Carina Ghionzoli - Premiere

    in Motivation

    Join Carina and I tonight for a special “At the Movies” edition of Heart2Heart Radio (#Heart2HeartRadio) previously So Random Saturday tonight at a special time, 10:00 PM MST on the Coach on Fire Radio Network (#CoachonFireRadio).


    The Movie?


    Walt Disney's Saving Mr. Banks.


    In addition to being a wonderful movie with incredible performances by Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson, there are lots of great lessons for life, love and business we can learn from the film. What would a Disney movie be without that?


    In a lively fun discussion and a catchy sing a long tune or two, we will explore the lessons embedded in this brilliant Disney feature.


    For those of you that don't know the story or have not seen the film. Walt Disney's daughters begged him to make a movie of their favorite book, P.L. Travers' Mary Poppins (1964), he made them a promise - one that he didn't realize would take 20 years to keep. In his quest to obtain the rights, Walt comes up an insanely difficult writer who is not about to let her beloved magical nanny get mauled by Hollywood. But Travers finds herself all but broke and reluctantly travels to LA to meet with Walt. For weeks in 1961, Disney pulls out all the stops, armed with imaginative storyboards and chirpy songs. But Mrs. Travers doesn't budge. The rights begin to move look like they might slip away forever. It is only when Walt reaches into his own childhood that he discovers the truth about the ghosts that haunt her, and together they set Mary Poppins free to ultimately make one of the most endearing films in cinematic history – Mary Poppins


    .Join us. 


     

  • 00:33

    Empowering Women Series - Nourishing the Self through Yoga

    in Motivation

    Jessica Leichtweisz and Dr. Aikyna Finch will be joined on the Empowering Women Series by Mary Walker,  Kripalu Yoga instructor, as she discusses, "Nourishing the Self through Yoga." Join Mary as she reveals the keys of yoga: awareness, balance and connection. This ancient practice calls us home to our highest self, where we are invited to practice radical self care. Call in at (949) 203-4763 or chat in at 8pm EST/ 7pm CST on 2/11 and join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2016/02/12/empowering-women-series--nourishing-the-self-through-yoga

  • 00:10

    The Classic Khmer Adventure On Wheels-Cambodia's Bamboo Train

    in Travel

    I was staying in Battambang, Cambodia. While I was there I had to visit one of the area’s most famous attractions, the bamboo train. The bamboo train gets it’s name from the  bamboo deck or floorboard used that rests on top of the wheels that can transport anything from chickens and rice to people. In Khmer it’s called a Lorry and has been used since the Khmer Rouge shutdown of most regular train service in the country.  


    The Bamboo Train Station. Now where is the first class lounge? I could use a bloody mary about right now! Waiter?  Actually the place is quite charming and surprisingly not touristy feeling at all. At least not at the starting point in O Dambong, about 4 km from Battambang.


    The bamboo train solves the biggest problem of a single track train line. What do you do when two trains meet from opposite directions? In the case of the bamboo train? Simple-move one off the track. This experience alone makes this one of the world’s all time great train rides.


    A little heavy on the photo gear I know but I’m a one man show right now.


    Farewells from the departure crew and we’re off. 


    The bamboo train was not the first flatbed type service in Cambodia. During the civil war of the 80’s and 90’s flatbed trains were used as mine sweepers ahead of the rest of the train. Service was free, risky but popular. 


    And here we go about 3 minutes into the ride and our first stop. Wow, now that’s taking service station to the next level. The first lorries or bamboo trains were actually hand driven with a pole, kind of like an Italian gondola. Small motorcycle or tractor engines, like this one were added later. The wheels? They’re actually from abandoned tanks! Yes get your ass off the deck so I can do my job, thank you! Excerpts from "Great Train Rides Of The World-Cambodia's Bamboo Train".

  • 01:11

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    in News

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  • 00:31

    A Changing World Live With The Rayfords

    in Lifestyle

    In life, we go through so many things that could destroy us, if we let them. We don't have to let the negative experiences, define us. We look into the word to determine who we are, not by life's circumstances.


    If we dwell on the circumstances, we miss the many benefits that God has for us. Instead of complaining, let's praise Him. Instead of looking for someone to have a pity party with us, let's find some folks who know how to praise God in the midst of the storm and come out victorious.


    This is life--the reality that we live on a daily basis. Some days are better than others, but we should be able to praise God every day, no matter what life throws at us.


    For appetizers--just enough to get you stirred up and hungry for more, check out the books on Amazon. com, by searching for: Mary M. Hall-Rayford or click on this link: http://viewAuthor.at/maryglobal


    Don't forget to join us next week at the same time in the same place. Remember, God loves you and we do, too! 

  • 00:31

    HEAVENLY ENCOUNTERS: Loving Between Dimensions (Part 2)

    in Spirituality

    In part 1 of our special Valentine's Day series, we talked about soul mates, soul groups and the sacred bond between Twin Flames, who are actually two halves of the same soul. In part 2, we will talk about how it is possible to continue the Twin Flame relationship between dimensions.  Sound crazy?  However, we will talk with two people who have done just that. Our co-host,  Janis Yakopovic, will talk about what love is like with her "interdimensional" relationship and Twin Flame, Senmut. After spending lifetimes together in Ancient Eqypt, in this  lifetime he chose to guide her from the Other Side.


    We will also talk with our special guest, Jeanne Rivard, who lost the love of her life in this lifetime, but continues her relationship with him from heaven. It just goes to prove that love never dies.


    Please join us on the amazing adventure! Also, you can read our blogs and listen to past show at www.heavenlyencountersradio.com


    --Host, Mary Elizabeth, Janis Yakopovic

  • 00:45

    Maurice White is our Topic for tonight as Chris interviews vocalist Sherry Scott

    in Rock Music

    We go into some music history in light of the recent passing of Earth Wind & Fire's Maurice White (December 19, 1941 – February 3/4, 2016).


    Some question whether this death is recieving fair media coverage. One Facebook post from EWF fanpage "The Legendary Earth Wind & Fire stated:


    I'm sitting here going through the New York Daily News and he only received a small article on page 30. A couple of weeks ago when David Bowie and later Glen Frey they both received front page news. I hope the music industry does a better job of paying homage to someone who influenced many a musician. It would be befitting if at the Grammys when they receive the Lifetime Achievement Award they put that as a main part of the show instead of the backdrop as they normally do with this award. No disrespect to Bowie or Frey they deserve that recognition but Maurice does as well.


    We explore the contributions, music and legacy of White, from one of the first of many members of his best-selling band and how they rose to the top to compete with even the Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppellin, and Chicago in terms of sheer record sales, as well as many of the other funk/fusion bands of their era like Rufus, Ohio Players, Funkadelic and Parliament.

  • 00:55

    Community Garden news tidbits and some interviews

    in Gardening

    Greetings!  This week we'll listen to some Community Garden News tidbits and some interviews


     


    Thanks!


    Have a Great Community Garden Day!  


    Mary K. Hukill, Radio Show Host, Publisher


    Email:  communitygardenradioshow@gmail.com


    "Community Garden" Digital Magazine Link:  http://joom.ag/nBhp


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    www.aerogarden.com  Type in Promo Code "community20" for your 20% OFF your ONLINE order.


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  • 00:32

    FranFriedman

    in Music

    Fran Friedman (Frankie) has been a bassist for several decades.  She was a full time player in the 70’s, when live bands filled the clubs 7 nights a week.  She went back to school in the early 1980’s and became a clinical psychologist, but continued playing in local clubs in Cleveland, OH. While her roots and first love are in the blues, Fran has enjoyed playing a variety of classic rock, R&B, and pop, along with high energy blues throughout the years. After relocating to Florida in 2012, she connected with the local blues scene and became the bass player at a Saturday night blues jam in Lauderhill.  Always interested in connecting with and promoting other female players, she started a Facebook group South Florida Women in Music as a free forum for local women musicians to promote their events. Her company, Breakout Productions produced a sold-out event called Three Diva Night, highlighting several of South Florida’s female performers, including Mary Jane Cunningham, Sistah Mary Beth, and Rachelle Coba, whom she backed with Frankie’s Backline Blues Band. Currently, she has a new projects, including another Diva night in 2016.  Fran welcomes female singers, instrumentalists, songwriters, and those who support them to join South Florida Women in Music on Facebook to grow a thriving community for local women in music.  Promote yourself shamelessly! 


    South Florida Women in Music


    www.wijsf.org