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Freshly returned from the snowy locale of the Sundance Film Festival, Cinema Royale host Travis Hopson sits down with Miles Teller, Paul Reiser, and the director of Whiplash. The Audience and Grand Jury prize-winner co-stars J.K. Simmons and centers on a jazz drumming protegee and his drill sergeant instructor. We'll also be joined by Joblo.com's Chris Bumbray to take one final look at the festival's highs and lows!
Plus, it's a Miles Teller kind of show as we'll also review his latest film, That Awkward Moment, co-starring Zac Efron and Michael B. Jordan. Then we'll take a look at the anticipated drama, Labor Day, starring Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin.
As we think about obstacles and obstructions to telling the truth, it is fitting in light of this past holiday that we remember Reverend, Dr. Martin Luther King, J.R. and consider the obstacles he faced in fulfilling his purpose as a truth teller about the need for drastic changes in our nation, and in our hearts.
In this broadcast, we will also hear Dr. King's "I Have a Dream" speech, as it is now called. In not a very long time, I think many of us have forgotten or lost track of so many things he urged us to think about in that speech. Others have handled his words irresponsibly, and in so doing, contributed to our straying from the spiritual and moral direction that he offered us.
Hope you can listen in. The J Man.
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Join us on Sunday, January 25, 2015 at 8:00pm EST. We will be discussing phenotyping with our guest, Kim Miles, from the Florida Lupine Association. During the second half of the show, we will be taking questions from our listeners and presenting them to Kim. If you have questions about phenotyping that you would like us to ask Kim, please submit them to email@example.com or go to our website at http://www.wolfdogradio.com/contacts.html. Hope you enjoy the show!
Dannielle Ramos Rash, Founder of First Class Résumés and Career Services, understands what veterans are going through when transitioning into the civilian workforce.
As a fourth generation Army veteran who lives the Army values and has a vast knowledge of military organizations, she has walked a few miles in their boots. She flourished in her academics and holds an extensive military background. With over twenty years of experience in the human resources field and serving in the Army; Dannielle founded First Class Résumés in 2013 to provide dynamic resumes & career documents for veterans around the globe.
Prior, she facilitated weekly military decoration boards, and mentored Soldiers to place them in special careers at the United States Army Human Resources Command. She had always been the go-to person, in an unofficial role, to assist others in writing resumes and career documents. After being laid off due to a Base Realignment and Closure she knew becoming a business owner would be ideal for herself and her family.
She founded First Class Résumés & Career Services, and earned Certified Federal Career Coach and Federal Job Search Trainer certified through the Federal Career Training Institute. In addition, Dannielle is also a Certified Professional Résumé Writer and member of Professional Association of Résumé Writers & Career Coaches.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview author Art Chansky co-author of The Blue Divide: Duke, North Carolina, and the Battle on Tobacco Road
A complete look at the storied basketball rivalry between the Duke Blue Devils and North Carolina Tar Heels, this guide is penned by two authorities on the subject—Art Chansky, a bestselling author and sports reporter who has covered the famed match up since his days as a student reporter at UNC and Johnny Moore, who has been intimately involved with Duke athletics for nearly four decades. Segmenting the various commonalities the Blue Devils and Tar Heels have shared for more than 60 years and nearly 250 meetings on the court, each chapter covers a distinct aspect of the rivalry between these two schools that stand a mere 10 miles apart. This book offers new details on long-forgotten stories as well as a chance to better understand where the pride and passion of today comes from between the two contiguous competitors.
Wasn't the holiday season nice?
How would you like to hit your New Year's goals faster than you would expect?
Chris Miles interviews his repeat guest, Ann Webb, of Ideal LifeVision, to teach us some recent strategies she has learned to help her hit her goals faster than ever before!
Don't miss this one if you truly want success faster!
Listen to her previous interview HERE!
Ann Webb Bio:
Founder and creator of the Ideal LifeVision System.
She's been referred to as The Clarity Queen. But a better description might be that she's a bottom-line, brass tacks kinda gal that can get you crystal clear on what you want in all areas of your life – especially your coaching business or network marketing business.
As owner and founder of Ideal LifeVision, she's trained successful entrepreneurs (over 10,000 in the last 8 years to be exact), helping them double their income, balance their lives by setting not only business goals but also relationship, fitness, personal development, and spiritual goals. Some of her clients now make millions of dollars a year, and they are living their ideal life because they now have TIME FREEDOM!
Chris Miles Bio:
Chris Miles, the "Cash Flow Expert," is a leading authority showing entrepreneurs and their spouses how to quickly free up and create cash flow and lasting wealth TODAY spending time doing what they love most! He has been featured in US News, CNN Money, Bankrate, interviewed internationally on TV & radio, and has a high reputation with his company, Money Ripples (http://www.moneyripples.com/) getting his clients fast, life-altering financial results.
Alvin and Calvin Almond was born in the deep south of Virginia. Growing up in the era of Segregation, the identical twins started their music career at a early age of eight years of age. They traveled the southern chittling circuit throughout high school dancing and being known as the little James Browns Twins. Folks would come from all over to witness the magical JB moves that they performed. Playing saxophones and fooling people were very exciting for the twins. Even taking our show as we attended Morgan State University in Baltimore Md. Although being the youngest of five boys, we always kept that twinship even to this day. Doing our Lil James Brown routines and learning from his songs that taught us lifes values. We witnessed him several times live but never imagined that we were on a course that would one day bring us into Mr. Browns life as his godsons. Knowing that we must leave the south, we ventured some three thousand miles to California against our Mothers wishes as we were her baby twins. It was in 1979 that we ventured across the country to find that pot of Gold they say was waiting there. By this time, we found a deep sense of spiritual self and gave our lives to God. That alone would save our life and prepare us for LaLa land. We changed our music message about Gods love as we kept our James Brown Funky sound. Way ahead of the Kirk Franklin and J Moss plus others years later. Being Identical Twins, we had no problems getting into plenty record deals. Capital, Solar, Motown plus others. The only catch was that we would conform to secular music. That we refused. Even Mr. Joe Jackson invited us into his private office and enticed us to sign with his company if we would change our gospel soul style. Motown, which we loved offered the same. Mr. Fuller Gordy, Berry Gordys brother took us under his wings and taught us well. He said Twins!!!
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Bonnie Rooks, 'STEEL MILL MAMA' shows no sign of retiring. What does a childhood of hard work, sterling work ethics , pumpkin pie and the love of old Western Novels have to do with CHOICES and the determination TO KEEP-ON-KEEPING ON!
It is my pleasure to introduce you to BONNIE ROOKS, 'STEEL MILL MAMA'! 1926 was amazing year, on Sept 27th, Bonnie was born. It was the year that gave birth to possibly the OLDEST WORKING STEEL WORKING WOMAN IN THE US., CANADA AND THE WORLD!
Toughness is an attribute Bonnie, age 85 takes pride in. It's something she's carried with her since growing up on her parent's farm in Southern Illinois during the Great Depression.
Milking cows before going to...etc.
Walked 2 miles to school in all kinds of...etc.
Summer, Mules and Skin Cancer...etc.
Happy and Sad times...etc.
Trials and Tribulations.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT, KEYS TO THE BLESS LIFE,wuth my co-host Brother Rafael De'Sean Epps. Teching us How to have the best year of your life..I am so glad to be able to sit in on tonight's show. with my nusick brether Paul J Miles talking about helping new and up coming artist to get worldwide airplay for their music. Please join us Blogtalkradio,com//inspirations-with-jocelyn-epps-&-the-untouchables 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm Callin number, 347.850.1573 Feel free to contact us, The Psalmit Studios 313.307.7172 Dr. Windell Pace, Administrative Assistant, Dianna Blair, 248.727.3640, Programmer, Kc Chatman, 313.686.1576. God bless
Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday's at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.
We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves. When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened... as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.
Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now... as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.
Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment
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