• 02:36

    Dr. Frank A. La Batto~Psychic Dental Specialist

    in Paranormal

    Dr. Frank A. La Batto was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. After his first OBE at 18, he attended programs at The Monroe Institute©, developed abilities in conscious expansion, rescued souls who transitioned, and worked on many levels in the non-physical. He has become aware through his personal life-journey the reality of the continuum of life on all planes of existence. Accessing the other side is an essential birthright readily available to all. He is psychically assisted by his daughter, Linda, who transitioned on May 7, 2012 at the age of 27. Linda works with him in the physical and non-physical as their journeys intertwine.  He is twin souls with his daughter and it’s extremely rare when not born as identical twins. This book will help millions to understand what their children bring to them as teachers, guides, and angels. Pure unconditional love heals the wound, pain, sadness, and anger of the physical separation when we lose a child. He shares with us experiences and proves that the gifts our loved ones present to us are real, normal, and natural. Dr. La Batto maintains a special dental practice. He did a two-year fellowship in Plastic Surgery at NYU working with children born with facial deformities. He volunteered for three years in the Child Life Clinic at RWJ Hospital as a lay person making children laugh, playing games, visiting those in bed, and preparing parents for the transition their children would undertake. Dr. La Batto has a variety of interests: travel agent, piano player, oil painter, and voice impersonator. Growing up, he worked many jobs: paperboy, dishwasher, cashier, and manager of McDonald’s. He ran track in grammar and high school winning medals, and coached track at his grammar school. Linda contacts and helps many people on this earthly plane and many souls who have transitioned. Look forward to his upcoming book!  Dr. La Batto resides on Long Island with his wife Susan.

  • 00:36

    Helping Kids in Crisis: Dr. Fadi Haddad and Dr. Ruth Gerson

    in Youth

    Helping Kids in Crisis: Managing Psychiatric Emergencies in Children and Adolescents
    by Fadi Haddad, M.D., and Ruth Gerson, M.D.- American Psychiatric Publishing.


    Fadi Haddad, MD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine. There, he has taught and supervised adult psychiatry residents as well as child psychiatry fellows. Additionally, he has provided clinical care in multiple emergency settings. Dr. Haddad is also one of the founders and the first director of the only Children Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program in NY state.

    Dr. Haddad has developed a special interest in working with adoptive children and their parents. He assisted in the launch of the New York branch of the Center for Family Development where heis currently acting as Medical Director. The mission of the Center is to provide attachment-focused treatment for adopted children and their families. 


    Ruth Gerson, MD, is the Director of the Children's Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CCPEP) at Bellevue Hospital Center and a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.  Dr. Gerson has a particular interest in program development, systems of care and outcomes research with traumatized youth, and social/emotional development.


    Visit Helping Kids in Crisis Amazon 


    Connect with Deb:  DebScott.com

  • 00:23

    How to Help Kids in Crisis

    in Self Help

    This episode features an interview with Dr. Fadi Haddad as he discusses how to help children in crisis.  Dr. Haddad discusses his book Helping Kids in Crisis (co-authored with Ruth Gerson, MD) and his recent work at an orphanage in Vietnam. 


    Our Guest:


    Fadi Haddad, MD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychiatry at the NYU School of Medicine. There, he has taught and supervised adult psychiatry residents as well as child psychiatry fellows. Additionally, he has provided clinical care in multiple emergency settings. Dr. Haddad is also one of the founders and the first director of the only Children Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program in NY state.

    Dr. Haddad has developed a special interest in working with adoptive children and their parents. He assisted in the launch of the New York branch of the Center for Family Development where he is currently acting as Medical Director. The mission of the Center is to provide attachment-focused treatment for adopted children and their families. 


    To learn more, visit http://www.fadihaddadmd.com/

  • 01:04

    Relationship Networking: Building Personal Connections for Professional Results

    in Business

    Denise Griffitts Interviews Michelle Tillis Lederman


    Michelle Tillis Lederman is known for her energetic, engaging, and authentic presentations. An expert on workplace communications and relationships, Michelle’s mission is to help people communicate and lead with confidence, clarity, and connection. She is an accomplished speaker, trainer, coach, and author of two books including The 11 Laws of Likability and Heroes Get Hired. She recently partnered with Rutgers Executive & Professional Education on the launch of The 11 Laws of Likability, a live and online Business Impact Accelerator program.


    After a decade in finance, Michelle was frustrated by the lack of effective communication and support within organizations especially as she became a people manager. She founded Executive Essentials, a training company that provides communications and leadership programs, as well as executive coaching services, to enable others to succeed professionally where she struggled. A former NYU professor, financial executive, and recovering CPA, Michelle teaches from experience and shares what she learned during her extensive career. Michelle’s clients range from academia to non-profit to Fortune 500 companies including; Madison Square Garden, Citi, J&J, Deutsche Bank, GE, Columbia Business School, Target, Sony, and The Museum of Modern Art.


    Michelle has appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, and hundreds of radio shows across the country including; Gayle King, NPR, and Martha Stewart Living. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Star Ledger, Working Mother, Real Simple, US News & World Report, on MSNBC, and Monster.com among others.

  • 00:52

    Kristoffer Diaz on Collaboration and Performance Art

    in Entertainment

    Paid Actor and host, Trena Bolden Fields, welcomes Kristoffer Diaz to the show. 


    Kristoffer Diaz is a playwright and educator living and working in Brooklyn. Full-length titles include The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity, Welcome to Arroyo’s, The Upstairs Concierge, and The Unfortunates. Awards: 2011 New York Times Outstanding Playwright Award; finalist for the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama; winner, 2011 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play; winner, 2011 OBIE Award, Best New American Play; and the inaugural Gail Merrifield Papp Fellowship from The Public Theater (2011). His work has been produced, commissioned, and developed at The Public Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Geffen Playhouse, Center Theatre Group, The Goodman, Second Stage, Victory Gardens, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Actors Theatre of Louisville, American Theater Company, The Atlantic, InterAct, Mixed Blood, The Orchard Project, Hip-Hop Theater Festival, The Lark, Summer Play Festival, Donmar Warehouse, and South Coast Repertory, among many others.


    He has written short work for the 24 Hour Musicals and the 24 Hour Plays on Broadway. Kristoffer was one of the creators of Brink!, the apprentice anthology show at the 2009 Humana Festival of New American Plays. He is a playwright-in-residence at Teatro Vista; a resident playwright at New Dramatists; a co-founder of the Unit Collective (Minneapolis); the creator of the #freescenes project; and a recipient of the Jerome Fellowship, the Future Aesthetics Artist Regrant and the Van Lier Fellowship (New Dramatists). Kristoffer holds a BA from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, an MFA from NYU’s Department of Dramatic Writing, and an MFA from Brooklyn College’s Performing Arts Management program.

  • 01:52

    THE ULTIMATE

    in Hip Hop Music

    E.K. Mike C
    La Shubee
    Barry Bistro
    G-man
    Reggie Reg
    DJ Darryl C (d. late 1990’s)


    Formed in Harlem in 1977 by a group of high school pals, they began giving performances at neighborhood playgrounds.


    Mike C worked in a recording studio and invited the crew down there.  They wrote rhymes on the way there and the song turned into the hip hop classic “High Powered Rap.”  They pressed the records themselves and sold them out of their trunks right to their fans.


    Someone of Sugar Hill Records heard the song and gave it GMF to perform.  This caused a bit of a feud between the two groups for a time.


    Eventually the Crash Crew signed on to Sugar Hill Records and recorded several tracks.


    EK Mike C lives in NY and drives transit buses.  Barry works as a security guard at the Nation’s Capitol.  La Shubee is the assistant director at NYU food services.


    A new release of their singles was released this in 200

  • 00:32

    Maya Feller's Story

    in Health

    Our guest today, Maya Feller is a Registered Dietician Nutritionist who is also certified in Lactation Counseling. This modality is increasingly important in today's fast paced,fast food lifestyle that can undermine our nutritional wellbeing.Maya who grew up in a "whole food" family where cooking from scratch was the norm, studied theater  as an undergraduate and left her well cooked,nutritious meals behind. She had an interest in running and while training to run in the Boston Marathon, became conscious once again, of what foods she put into her body. This led to her interest in nutrition and finally to entering a clinical nutrition program at NYU. Maya was drawn to women's health and maternal child nutrition which form the core of her private practice today.

  • 01:41

    NY Hip Hop: Better Than It's Ever Been? Plus NY hip hop events & more

    in Hip Hop Music

    After a couple weeks hiatus, we're back to keep the conversation about New York hip hop music and culture going, as only we can. In fact, we're going to open it up a bit tonight, have one of our occasional, "State of NY Hip Hop" talks. Join hosts Manny Faces and Steve Ortiz as they discuss the current hip hop landscape in the Mecca of it all.


    We'll discuss music being released, from the 'big names' as well as independent and underground artists. We'll talk about venues, closing down, and some opening their doors for hip hop-related events. 


    We'll be sure to talk about the other aspects of hip hop that are often missing from the conversation, including grafitti and art, B-Boying and dance and DJing.


    We'll probably talk about, criticize, and give credit where due to other hip hop media, organizations and individuals who are doing what needs to be done to keep the full spectrum of hip hop music and culture alive in the Big Apple.


    And we'll happily debate anyone who has the notion that New York hip hop is unremarkable. So if you think this is the case, we want to hear from you.


    LIVE starting at 10pm, New York hip hop's #1 talk radio show is on the air, and ready to talk with you about the greatest culture in the greatest city in the world.


    Tonight's episode brought to you by Superfly: My Untold Story of Hip-Hop, on sale now.


    Tonight's episode also brought to you by the Tech808 conference, going down 11/21 at NYU.

  • 01:11

    A Kind Voice on Music

    in Music

          This Musical Showcase shines a spotlight on Molly Herron.  This Brooklyn, New York based Composer is taking the less beaten path as the Co-founder and Artistic Director of West Fourth New Music, a collective of composers producing ground breaking concerts.  Herron’s newest project is a Live performance at Brooklyn’s Littlefield and she could use a hand Kick Starting things off right.  Hosted by Tyler Wolf

  • 02:07

    NEW COLD WAR HOT SPOTS

    in Politics

    Program Summary: 15 Nov. 2014


    Former Soviet Union leader Gorbachev warned during last week's celebration of the fall of the Berlin wall that the world is "on the brink."


    1st Hour: We're addressing the sources and sounds of "a new Cold War" and, if this is happening what it means for everyday people.


    Audio clip from RT's Crosstalk's April 29, 2014 "Cold War 2.0" then we follow  professor and contributor to The Nation magazine Stephen Cohen as he appears on John Batchelor's evening talk show from New York Nov. 11, 2014.


    Bio: Stephen F. Cohen, NYU & Princeton professor Emeritus; author: Soviet Fates and Lost Alternatives: From Stalinism to the New Cold War, & The Victims Return: Survivors of the Gulag after Stalin.


    Are we there, yet?


    Late in the 2nd hour hear "The Taylor Report" from Toronto community radio about the current popular uprising in Burkina Faso.


    Is this the future?


     

  • 01:01

    TROOPER

    in Film

    American Heroes Radio features a conversation with the writer, director & producer of Trooper, Christopher Martini; and, the executive producer, Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick, USA.


    Trooper is a film about an Iraq Veteran as he struggles to come to grips with the changes war has made in his life & those around him. Murphy O'Shea an Iraq Veteran, has a hard time re-adjusting to society upon his return from a long tour. His world crumbles when he discovers his father, a Vietnam Veteran, is dying. His brother, currently on tour, reminds him to "shut up and take it".


    Christopher Martini's was a child actor on a film for HBO, acting opposite John Lithgow. In 1996 Chris graduated from NYU film school & has been working as a feature film editor. Chris' short film, "The Stone Child", about a Lakota Native-American boy coming of age, played at over 20 film festivals, and aired on Channel 13 in NYC. Chris' first feature film, "Trooper" earned Chris the "Renaissance Man Award" at the 2011 Garden State Film Festival.


    Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick’s first assignment was a tour in South Korea with the 2nd Infantry Division.  After promotion to Captain, she was deployed to Bosnia and Herzegovina.  After that deployment, she attended the Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course & was subsequently deployed to Qatar.  After 8 years of active duty she transferred to the NY National Guard.  She then volunteered for a deployment to Iraq where she was a military police battalion intelligence officer.


    Lieutenant Colonel Lori D. Renwick has earned numerous awards and certificates throughout her 17 year military career, to include the Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal, one oak leaf cluster, Army Achievement Medal, 2 NATO Ribbons, and the Army Aviation badge.

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