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Charlotte View presents the Ann Carter Psychic-Medium Show. Along with sharing pieces of the information she has gathered in her many years of spirit communication, Ann is taking live calls to answer one question you mostly need clarity on; questions can be in any area of your life: love, friendship, work, purpose in life, hearing for loved ones, getting messages from spirit, etc.
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MEL CARTER BIO: Carter recorded for Sam Cooke's SAR record label in the early 1960s. He had his first hit in 1962 at the age of nineteen with "When a Boy Falls in Love", which was co-written by Cooke.
By the time he reached his commercial peak with Imperial Records in the middle of the decade, he was specializing in pop ballads. His biggest success was the Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me," which reached Number 8, in 1965. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. He had a couple of other Top 40 entries over the next year, "Band of Gold" and "All of a Sudden My Heart Sings", as well as a few other easy listening sellers.
Carter appeared on the DVD of the PBS special, Doo Wop 51, recorded in 2001 performing his hit.
Carter later acted on television programmes such as Quincy, M.E.,Sanford and Son, Marcus Welby, M.D.and Magnum, P.I..
Going away to college is a time in a young persons' life that should be about discovery, learning, and making lifelong friends. However, as parents send their children away from home, some for the very first time, there is even more to be anxious about, especially their safety on campus.
According to the Justice Department, "1 in 5 women will be a victim of rape or attempted rape." When these incidents occur on campus property they are in the jurisdiction of campus police, and many victims do not report, or are discouraged to report by school administrators.
With sexual assaults, active shooters, and luring into human trafficking from our college campuses, the college experience has changed.
Guest for the hour S. Daniel Carter will discuss these issues and what is being done to create real, enforceable guidelines for campuses to follow in order to make the environment safer for students everywhere.
The reverberations from the Richmond County Grand Jury’s decision not to indict Daniel Pantaleo, of the NYPD, continue to be felt.
While protests on behalf of Eric Garner and Michael Brown, have been largely peaceful, if not very inconveniencing for New Yorkers, there have been sporadic instances of violence,
During a protest on the Brooklyn Bridge last Saturday, two men, both white, one a college professor, allegedly triggered a melee and assaulted police.
In the meantime, the events and reactions from that fateful day has caused tension between Mayor DiBlasio and the head of the Patrolman’s Benevolent Association, Patrick Lynch, who has accused the mayor of making remarks that are disrespectful of the police.
In fact, some of the NYPD have supported a pledge to disinvite the Mayor to their funerals.
On the international front, Barack Obama has decided to establish diplomatic and economic relations with Cuba, citing that the embargo, in place since 1961, has “not worked”.
Again, as expected, the reactions vary, with intense criticism from Sens. Marco Rubio Robert Menendez, both of whom are of Cuban heritage.
On the other hand, Jimmy Carter praised Obama’s “political courage”. Perhaps he sees this as a sort of redemption from the Mariel Boatlift?
I wonder out loud, what this means for black people economically, with an anticipated influx of Cubans to this country, just 90 miles away.
For those old enough to remember, this conjures memories of the Bay of Pigs (1961) and Cuban Missile Crisis (1962).
By the WAY, Obama says that black people are “better off” (HE said it, NOT me!)
So be prepared to discuss these pointed issues on the Critical Discourse University of the Blogosphere.
December 18, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Multicultural Tourism: What is it and why is it important?
INTERVIEW GUEST: Mr. Lou Phillips
Lou Phillips is the Former Managing Director of Urban and Community Relations for American Airlines and the Founder and President of the Multicultural Tourism Development Alliance. After 27 years of service at American Airlines, Lou retired and founded a Northern Virginia branch of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson's Association. The Association launches strategies to celebrate African American History on a daily basis. In 2002, he launched "The Clio Exchange” television show as a tool to showcase African American achievements and expand public awareness of Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Lou is currently the President of iFaith Golf, a non-profit which sponsors the annual iFaith Golf Challenges to help feed the hungry, and the host of the Clio Exchange Express radio program.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
As the population of the United States becomes more diverse and globally more interdependent, it is important that we all become engaged as multicultural global citizens. Whether it's for gaining essential job & life skills or enhancing our contributions as international citizens, the importance of understanding and respecting cultural differences is becoming a global imperative. Multicultural travel plays an important role in understanding cultural differences. Multicultural travel provides leisure and education. It enhances the traveler’s knowledge of the histories, cultures, and contributions of diverse groups in our global society. Multicultural travel also promotes a higher quality of personal decision-making and critical thinking regarding issues of cultural pluralism. Multicultural tourism is the fastest growing segment in the travel industry. What is multicultural tourism, who actually travels and why is it important?
On the WIN Without Competing! show Dr. Arlene recalls Joan Rivers who interviewed her on Rodeo Drive for her television show How’d You Get So Rich?; Former President Jimmy Carter who became very upset when Dr. Arlene mentioned Donald Trump; Dr. Jonas Salk, renowned medical researcher who developed the polio vaccine, met with Dr. Arlene in his office in La Jolla which shocked medical oncologists; Brian Stokes Mitchell, Tony Award Winner, dubbed “the last leading man” by The New York Times, spoke with Dr. Arlene after his performance of Simply Broadway at the Geffen Playhouse, and Anne Edwards, celebrity biographer and Pulitzer Prize nominee, whose family owned the legendary Chasen’s Restaurant in Beverly Hills where as a child she listened, learned, and met celebrities including Judy Garland, who left her private papers to Edwards to write her biography. You can listen to Dr. Arlene’s interview of Edwards on WIN Without Competing!
And there’s more! Legendary actress Leslie Caron “Gigi” who has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; Rabbi Gerald Wolpe, beloved and charismatic Rabbi, highly praised by the New York Times, Washington Post, and Boston Globe. Wolpe is the subject of The New Rabbi, an award winning book by Stephen Fried.
Stephen Citron, a product of the Juilliard School of Music, is a composer, lyricist, author, and an authority on musical theatre. Citron’s renowned book Songwriting: A Complete Guide to the Craft. His three dual musical biographies including Noel and Cole set the standard for dual biographies. You can listen to Dr. Arlene’s interview of Citron on WIN Without Competing!
To find out who else Dr. Arlene will discuss on the show, tune in. A clue: She lived in a bottle!
Meeting Fascinating People with Intriguing Brands sets the stage for your brand creation!
Our KTR Guest is a young dynamic, game-changing, out spoken artist named Tristin Carter better known as Yung Teeze or for short YT, was born in Fredrick Maryland on January 19 1996 he started out as a young poet shy and quiet but soon the fact he was always around brothers who performed and wrote music on the side,he quietly began to write his own lyrics until one day he finally came out with his rapping and singing talent. Now a full time artist he is dedicated to the RnB and Rap game determined to never stop until he makes it big. Some would describe him as the "Next-Generation of Entertainment" with a rapping type that plays off the skill of many of his predecessors and legends in the game, his niche is the stone cold fact that his lyrics do not condone profanity a skill which has been lost in today's style of rap,always hungry for new opportunities and virtual mountains to climb YT immersed himself in his music becoming able to work in many different genres including but not limited to, Pop, Rock, Dance, Edm, Jazz funk, Neo soul, Alternative and many more. At the tender age of 16 he began producing and managing artists he met in school, who didn't have the means or drive to do so themselves which quickly sparked an idea in this young mans mind. To go where no one else has gone and make waves in the game by going for what so many artists nowadays look over, The Youth. And so he began to form Next-Generation.Ent, not just an independent label that's for the people but a movement spanning across the globe from London to Hollywood to unite the youth of the earth to stand for their musical right to express themselves by any means necessary.
Jackie Perry is the executive director for Beaver Street Enterprise Center. (BSEC) . She came to the business incubator after a twenty-three year career in operations management and human resource development. She is a member of the board of directors for First Coast Business Alliance; Jacksonville Public Library and the Florida 8A Alliance. A graduate of Blueprint for Leadership, Jackie is also an alumni of Leadership Jacksonville class of 2011.
At BSEC, Jackie oversees operations and management for the 25,000 square feet facility which provides business assistance, business support services, as well as office space and infrastructure for new and emerging businesses.
Jackie and her staff currently support 20 clients who consist of a diverse cluster of service, construction and IT related businesses. Clients have created over 2000 new jobs over the past ten years and have had an economic impact of over $250 million dollars over the past ten years.
In 2006, Jackie was named Jacksonville’s Advocate of the Year at the National Minority Enterprise Development Week (MED Week) which recognizes the tremendous contributions of minority business owners toward the continued economic development of our nation.
Most recently, she was honored and presented with the keys to the city for her work in helping the city of Palatka with efforts to establish a business incubator in their city.
Contact information: Beaver Street Enterprise, 1225 W. Beaver Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202
Join Blogcritics' publisher Barbara Barnett for a lively televsion chat with BC writers Chrissy Piccolo and JeromeWetzelTV (and maybe a special guest or two). We'll be talking about the Walking Dead, deconstruct the Once Upon Time Season Finale and more!