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Lively discussion with Cindy and Cheryl - The Tweetup Chicks - about the upcoming Tweetup Michiana Networking Event @ The Cellar Door in downtown South Bend, IN on Wednesday, May 12, 2010. Be sure to join us for the event and also be sure to register @ http://bit.ly/cvRowW
MBT Radio talks with Keith Shrock, Certified Social Media Speciaist who works with small businesses in the South Bend/Mishawaka, Indiana area. Keith will discuss upcoming 2012 social media trends and things to watch for that will help small businesses market and promote their businesses in the most effective way while increasing their client base and overall revenue. Join the conversation on MBT Radio.
Will be interviewing and talking to Tweetup Michiana biz members to find out what they do & services they provide in the Michiana (Northern Indiana/Lower Michigan) Area.
Also will discuss upcoming workshop "7 Successful Social Media & Client Attraction Strategies" and how you can sign up!
Mary E. and Diane B., welcome Shona Bolden of Crown Point Indiana and she will be talking Hulafrog. Hulafrog is all about helping parents network with the fun things to do in their community with their kids. We will also feature some local musicians some of The Lawrence Peters Outfit - Chicago, as Paul Smith - Milwaukee, Michelle Qureshi and Carey Germana - Indianapolis.
Shona (pronounced Shawna) Bolden is a resident of Crown Point area and the St. John Township. she has lived in NWI for roughly 5 years. Happily married mother of 2 toddler girls and have another lil one on the way. Shona was a part of the media advertising industry for 12 years. Formerly at a company in the Chicago called Centro. After the birth of her second daughter, she left my BIG CORPORATE job in the city to stay at home with the girls. About a year later, she found out about Hulafrog. Anxious to keep her foot in the door yet still be with her kiddos, she jumped at the opportunity. She is also the chairperson for the NWI Buddy Walk. Its an annual fundraiser for the Down Syndrome Association of Northwest IN. The next walk will be Oct. 5th at the Lake County Fairgrounds.
Along with a new recipe to share, we will be talking about some of the newest wonderful things to do in and around the 80/94 corridor. From Chicagoland to Indianapolis over to Michiana and down to Kankakee. We gotcha covered!
Drury Lanes' Production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Untitled Chicago - Chicago's Newest Premiere Supper Club
Geja's 49th Anniversary
Great American Lobster Fest
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Host Mary E., brings together folk musicians, Thirty Steps To Forward and Paul Smith to discuss Thirty Step's... new album, "Hinterland."
Thirty Steps to Forward is composed of brother sister folk duo, Seth and Gretchen Powers, South Haven MI. Through their strings and voices, the kindred duo strive to sing and play songs of the delicate heart. They are promoting their album, "Hinterland."
Paul Smith is an old-fashioned folkie/aspiring fingerstyle blues player focused in the Bay View, Wisconsin area. Paul is shooting for something roughly at theintersection of Arlo Guthrie, Jorma Kaukonen and Jerry Garcia, though with more vocal harmony. He has been banging away on the guitar since his enthusiastic Beatles days in the 1970s, but got quite a bit more serious around 2009. Since then he has studied with Jorma at the Fur Peace Ranch, and studies with Pat Donohue and Mike Dowling.
Mary E., is the creator/producer of ArtSees Productions, ArtSeesDiner.com, author of Flower and Stone, An Essay on Life, and a member of the acoustic duo, Champagne and LaLuna
MERmaids, Mary E., and Diane B., welcome a wide variety of people, stories and events on a weekly basis. From Chicago to Kankakee to Indianapolis to Michigan City, and every where in between, the "Ladies of the Diner" enjoy every minute of it!
The line up for tonight's show, (and more will be added!)
*Hulafrog with Jaclyn Dugan-Roof
*Complexity Wine Extravaganza (an intro)
*9th Annual Wine Festival
*Chocolate Cafe Mishawaka
*Schmingling with Faith McKinney
Tonight's special guest is Jojo Sayson, founder and CEO of Project Michelangelo. Jojo is a community leader with influences that span from Kankakee County Illinois to NASA, to his beloved homeland, the Philipines. Jojo joins the Ladies of the Diner tonight to share some of his multiple passions and his recent endeavor with Project Michelangelo. For ways that you can help, check out Jojo's Go Fund Me Project. . Jojo Sayson's Bio
Midwest Mondays co-host Diane B. and Mary E., bring spring and share with their listeners all the happening things going on in their communities and Chicago. Excerpts from an interview with Geja's Cafe, General Manager. They will also be sharing Mother's Day ideas, and more! Tonight's musical guest is Steve Champagne, of Champagne and LaLuna, currently ranked #1 in their community on Reverbnation.Diane Blanchette is an artist from Kankakee Illinois. She was recently selected to be one of only 10 artists to participate in an area wide are project in Kankakee County. Mary E. LaLuna is the executive producer/host of ArtSees Diner Radio. She is an author, blogger, musician, creator of ArtSees Diner and an artist, currently residing in Northwest Indiana. Steve Champagne is creative producer/contributor to ArtSees Productions, engineer for ArtSees Diner Radio. He is also an independent musician, and a part of acoustic group, Champagne and LaLuna.
Tonight's broadcast will celebrate the music of Jim St. James & Sweet Water. Bio: Jim St. James & Sweet Java are currently a performing /Touring acoustic DUO and they are ready to PLAY AT YOUR VENUE Jim St. James - guitar, vocal, songwriting and Scott Jordans - lead guitar, back up vocals
Diane Blanchette and Mary E, also known as MERmaids will wine you, dine you, discuss the happenings in their community. Time will be set aside to pray for Aaron McClain who was a victim of a tragic assault this past weekend. Although it is a removal from the positive vibe that Midwest Mondays is all about, this is a time when prayers and love are needed.
Please join us for the third segment in a very special 4 part evening series. This evening, I will be joined by our guest, Shellie Kermin, caregiver for her mother-in-law with Alzheimer’s, and now a team member of the very first “memory care assisted living” community in Michiana (northwest Indiana.).
Alzheimer’s changes the caregiver in so many ways. Some, like Shellie, have found the experience guides them to a new career of helping others understand and find meaning in the care and support of their loved ones during this very challenging time. Shellie and her family have been walking the journey with her mother-in law for 8 years.
Shellie gives us a window into the role of the caregiver. Each loved one and caregiver are unique. But, we can learn so much by listening to another person’s story against the filter of our own. We’ll explore the many twists and turns of Shellie’s mother-in-law’s life and of her family…from diagnosis to home care to skilled nursing care. Walk away with “lessons learned” and perhaps some new insight into your situation.
During our 30 minute segment, you will be able to submit your questions for Shellie via the web chat or our call-in number.
For more on Shellie Kermin and her new career at North Woods Memory Care, http://www.northwoodsmemorycare.com/
Thank you! Dale Carter, Transition Aging Parents
(For those with aging loved ones, you will find more resources at my website: http://www.transitionagingparents.com/welcome/)