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Natalee Holloway 10 years later special w/Stacey Honowitz,Robin Sax
It may be hard to believe that it's been nearly 10 years since the highly publicizeddisappearance of 18-year-old Natalee Holloway in Aruba, but for her mother Beth, the quest for answers has never stopped. The last decade has been filled with not just heartbreak, but also great frustration, as Beth tells Oprah on "Oprah: Where Are They Now?"We Will have an amazing Panel Attorney Stacey Honowitz plus Defense Attorney Robin Sax and Legal Analyst
Special interview Revonda Holloway
The Russell Price Morning Show
"It Is All About You"
Thursday July 30th 10am To 10:30am
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Suicide and Depression
Although most people who are depressed do not kill themselves, untreated depression can increase the risk of possible suicide. It is not uncommon for depressed individuals to have thoughts about suicide whether or not they intend to act on these thoughts. Severely depressed people often do not have the energy to harm themselves, but it is when their depression lifts and they gain increased energy that they may be more likely to attempt suicide.it's All About You"
Eric Maisel - Author of LIFE PURPOSE BOOT CAMP - October 15, 2014 - In Life Purpose Boot Camp, Dr. Eric Maisel helps readers who are seeking meaning in their lives understand how, by adopting certain ideas and engaging in specific practices, they can effectively meet their pressing life purpose challenges. He suggests that readers do three things, which he explains in great detail in the book: get clear on what their unique life is all about, upgrade their personalities, and manage their circumstances as mindfully as they can.
Maisel stresses that no life purpose can even exist until we step back and identify, embrace, and implement the ones that we choose. He says that there is no one meaning of life but rather a multitude of subjective meanings, and that there is no purpose to life but rather a multitude of subjective life purposes. He then goes on to provide the framework and tools readers need to sort out their life purposes and to make meaning based on their personal values and principles.
Tonight: Is a jawbone found on an Aruba beach that of Alabama teen Natalee Holloway, who vanished on the island in 2005? Plus, the father of murdered 10-year-old Zahra Baker breaks his silence! Statement Analyst Peter Hyatt and Crime Analyst Sheryl McCollum break down the latest!
Wednedsay May 13, 2015 6:30pm EST, To Be Announced
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Intro to Info presents Remembering Phyllis .... a celebration of Phyllis Hyman on the 20th anniversary of her passing.... with Jason A. Michael, author of Strength Of A Woman: The Phyllis Hyman Story and special guests Terry Burrus (Phyllis's former musical director), Tymm Holloway (the man Phyllis called her son) and Ann Gore (Phyllis's friend and personal assistant). Special treat: Hear an unreleased Phyllis song written by Ann Gore and Bill Jolly.
Outrage: Despite 2 confessions from the prime suspect in the Natalee Holloway case why do Aruba prosecutors refuse to arrest Joran Vandersloot? Also a judge in the Caylee Anthony case allows prosecutors to keep new damning evidence secret from the public and the tot mom's defense! We have the latest bombshell in the Casey Anthony death penalty case. And what did Misty Croslin's cousin have to do with the mysterious vanishing of Haleigh Cummings? Is this a redherring put out by the Croslin's to clear Misty? Panel includes: Detective and crime writer Stacy Dittrich, Crime Analyst and cold case investigator Sheryl McCollum, and fmr sex crimes prosecutor Robin Sax.
Southern Sense is a show of conservative talk on news and events, with Annie "The Radio Chick" Ubelis as host and as co-host.
Informative, fun, irreverent and politically incorrect, you never know where we'll go, but you'll love the journey!
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Guest: David Pickup, is licensed in California and Texas as a Marriage and Family Therapist, whose 2 private practices involve those undergoing authentic Reparative Therapy. He specializes in gender dysphoria/sexuality and related issues, marriage and family therapy, depression and anxiety issues, spiritual/faith issues, with children, adolescents and adults.
Guest: Dr. John Hardin, is the Director of University Relations at the Charles G. Koch Foundation.
Dedication: Police Officer Daryle Holloway, New Orleans Police Department, Louisiana, End of Watch: Saturday, June 20, 2015
Nothing is more powerful than forgiveness. Forgiving is something only you can decide to do for yourself. When its power occurs publicly, people react quite differently. However, calmness and clarity of thoughts, actions, and reactions occur when we choose to forgive. When we choose otherwise, chaos ensues and tensions rise.
Join The Right Voice as we discuss the shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church and Gov. Nikki Haley's call to remove the Confederate flag from the grounds of South Carolina's State Capitol. We will also talk about race relations in America, overcoming evil with good, and so much more.
Tune in to The Right Voice for the live show with Glo Smith and Adrienne Ross from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern every Tuesday. Become part of the conversation by calling in at (646) 200-3715 to comment and ask questions. If you miss the live show, remember that each show is archived, so you may listen at a time that is convenient for you.
welcome back Esteem Awards Founder and Publisher of PrideIndex .com, Phillip Eteem.
Philip started working in the community with Black Pride (Chicago in 2005) he began networking and was being introduced to people that were doing good things in the community and never really recognized as they should have been.
After a short time Philip founded the Esteem Awards and some of the pass awardees included organizations such as Craig Johnson, Sanford E. Gaylord, David Bridgeforth of DBQ Magazine, Trisha Lee Holloway of Howard Brown, Simone Koehlinger, Gregg Shapiro of boi Magazine,brklynboihood.com, colorlines.com, The Trevor Project, About Face Theatre, The Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition (BRC), and Can We Talk For Real, Blog Talk Radio just to name a few. This year’s awardees include: Erik Glenn, Program Manager, Black Gay Men's Caucus, Mona Noriega, Chairman & Commissioner of Chicago's Human Rights Commission; ATL's Love Works with Juan and Gee; Pastor Jamie Frazier; Sharon Zurek Founder of Dykes Delicious Film Series, Youth Empowerment Performance Project (YEPP); writer/activist/social critic Darnell L. Moore; Activists: Mandy Carter, Tiq Milan, Angelica Ross; Jaison Ashley Gardner & Dr. Story of the blog talk show "Strange Fruit;"
The ESTEEM AWARDS is awarding some of the LGBTQ best, Saturday, July 2, 2015 at Sidetrack beginning at 2pm don’t be late.
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Holloway Gray has an extensive background in serving as an armor bearer. Within the nearly 20 years of experience that he holds, he knows the various levels of servanthood which began with volunteering before becoming full-time ministry.Mr. Gray began his call to ministry as a volunteer in 1988 after joining the church under Bishop Jakes’ leadership. He never limited himself to what needed to be done. Whether it was vacuuming, emptying the trash or cleaning the bathrooms, he made it a point to help where needed.As the ministry grew and Bishop began traveling and producing materials, he volunteered in audio duplication; helping to package and ship product. Later with various conference and crusades being added to the ministry schedule, he would take vacation time from his job and travel to serve the conference as a volunteer, selling product, helping with conference details and greeting delegates at the meetings.During the course of serving, Mr. Gray went on to be consecrated a Deacon in 1993 and continued to serve the church through helping in Sunday School; making sure the church was opened for services in a timely manner and closed when the services had ended. He began to take on more personal responsibility for Bishop through assisting with his wardrobe; pressing clothing when needed, packing and unpacking as he traveled.Two years into volunteering in various capacities, opened the door of opportunity for Mr. Gray to begin serving as an Armor bearer through on-the-job training. He began traveling when possible and serving both as a Deacon to the church and armor bearer to Bishop Jakes.Five years later, that faithful and accountable, volunteer service grew into full-time ministry. Mr. Gray has trained other Deacon’s and men in the church to serve as armorbearers and oversees a volunteer base who rotate under his leadership. He has shared his teaching and training on various occasions.