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  • 02:06

    LET'S TALK ABOUT IT- ALBINISM with guests MSUNDERBELLYGROUP AND DR. ATUN RE

    in Entertainment

    LETS TALK ABOUT IT TONIGHT'S TOPIC" ALBINISM guests MSUNDERBELLYGROUP & DR ATEN RE



    What is albinism?
    Albinism is a disease in which a person has partial or complete loss of pigmentation (coloring) of the skin, eyes and hair. 

    What causes it? 
    Genetic mutations that affect the production of a pigment called melanin.

  • 00:04

    Facial Hyperpigmentation /Melasma

    in Health

    LET’S TALK SKIN   with Dr. Sherri Peace


    Today’s topic is


    What causes of Facial Hyperpigmentation or Melasma



     Melasma is caused by the overproduction or packaging of melanin
    Most people who suffer from Facial Hyperpigmentation are women
    Overproduction of melanin is caused by genetics, hormones, excess sun exposure, medication, and some diseases
    Excess Sun exposure causes free radicals which damage melanocytes(the pigment cells)
    Estrogens stimulate melanin production by stimulating tyrosinase, the enzyme used to make color in the skin
    Pregnancy, birth control, and hormone replacement can all cause hyperpigmentatiion
    Treatment for hyperpigmentation include exfoliating the current pigment, inhibiting new color, and sun protection


    My name is Dr. Sherri Peace 


    I am a board certified Dermatologist. I have been in practice for 20 years specializing in medical,  cosmetic, and surgical dermatology.  I am a Botox and Juvederm Preferred Provider and a Certified Laser Specialist. I would love to meet.


    Lets enhance your inner beauty.


    Contact me at www.peacemd.com


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  • 00:31

    Part 2: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights artist Sandra K. Jackoboice

    in Art

    Naples, FL – The renowned French impressionist Claude Monet once said, "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."


    Sandra K. Jackoboice is a Florida-based artist and painter specializing primarily in pastel and water-based media. While accomplished in landscape and portraiture, Jackoboice is perhaps best known for her floral work, which expresses form and color but also a unique personality and substance.


    “I don’t like to think of myself as a traditional floral artist; that implies a simply decorative motivation behind the work," says Jackoboice. "I choose flowers because they are complex, strong yet subtle and possess a quiet drama,”


    Jackoboice was first inspired to pursue art by her father, a commercial artist. She received her degree in art and communication from Aquinas College, upon which she served as art program director for the Franciscan Life Process Center in Lowell, MI. Jackoboice has remained active as an artist and educator throughout her career, co-founding both the Great Lakes Pastel Society as well as the Southwest Florida Pastel Society.


    “A lot of people think of pastels as chalk, but they’re not chalk,” explains Jackoboice. “They’re pure pigment bound together with water and rolled into sticks. I became interested in them in college. I liked the way pastels looked and I admired other artists who had used pastels like Monet.”


    In 2004, Jackoboice experimented with a process that allows artists to use pastel on canvas, employing a liquid acrylic spray between layers of pastel to hold and set it, as well as a fixative that protects the painting.


    “I came up with that process so people could enjoy working with pastels without the glass enclosure,” says Jackoboice. “My hope is it will encourage more people to appreciate art made with pastels.”

  • 01:01

    Women -The Healers Among us.

    in Spirituality

    Join us in a discussion with Women Healers of our Times.


    Kelly Myszkowski, CTC, BCST, LMT, BCTMB, BA, is the owner of Inner Light Transformational Coaching & Craniosacral Therapy – Little Falls, NY.  She is passionate about empowering you to learn to use your innate tools, resources, and choices to release stress & pain, crossing into a fulfilling life uniquely suited to YOU.  She uses a holistic client focused approach to improving your health and life, helping you to deal with crises, and better face and navigate change, whether it is change you chose or not. For those preferring a hands-on approach, she offers craniosacral therapy, a light touch form of bodywork that helps harmonize mind, body, spirit. 


    Christine Shahin is a Licensed Cosmetologist, Make-Up Artist, Henna Body Artist & Natural Pigment Hair Colorist, Holistic Beauty Practitioner, & Eco Beauty Advocate. The mother of six grown children; an environmental, social justice and human rights activist for two decades. She is passionate about Body & Planetary Ecologies, where they interrelate and co-create, and a forerunner in ecological beauty having had one of the first all natural salons in 1990 in her home in Newport.


    Rev. Askala Gem Morrison has been a beacon of light in the Caribbean Community in New York where, for more than 20 years she educated individuals and her radio audience on natural holistic and traditional remedies.  


    She has helped to make many aware of the importance of antioxidants in promoting good health and the harm of pollution in the air and water that affects the body directly as well as the food supply. 


     


     


     

  • 00:31

    Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights artist Sandra K. Jackoboice

    in Art

    Naples, FL – The renowned French impressionist Claude Monet once said, "I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."


    Sandra K. Jackoboice is a Florida-based artist and painter specializing primarily in pastel and water-based media. While accomplished in landscape and portraiture, Jackoboice is perhaps best known for her floral work, which expresses form and color but also a unique personality and substance.


    “I don’t like to think of myself as a traditional floral artist; that implies a simply decorative motivation behind the work," says Jackoboice. "I choose flowers because they are complex, strong yet subtle and possess a quiet drama,”


    Jackoboice was first inspired to pursue art by her father, a commercial artist. She received her degree in art and communication from Aquinas College, upon which she served as art program director for the Franciscan Life Process Center in Lowell, MI. Jackoboice has remained active as an artist and educator throughout her career, co-founding both the Great Lakes Pastel Society as well as the Southwest Florida Pastel Society.


    “A lot of people think of pastels as chalk, but they’re not chalk,” explains Jackoboice. “They’re pure pigment bound together with water and rolled into sticks. I became interested in them in college. I liked the way pastels looked and I admired other artists who had used pastels like Monet.”


    In 2004, Jackoboice experimented with a process that allows artists to use pastel on canvas, employing a liquid acrylic spray between layers of pastel to hold and set it, as well as a fixative that protects the painting.


    “I came up with that process so people could enjoy working with pastels without the glass enclosure,” says Jackoboice. “My hope is it will encourage more people to appreciate art made with pastels.”

  • 01:58

    Rev Mysteries Unsealed - The Rev 12 Woman is Ti incarnate

    in Christianity

    Talk about the astronomical references to Rev 12:1 where the "woman clothed Sun" where sun = a ray of light and Sun representing the Father is saying that this individual is that "light ray" that chooses to wrap around (clothe) her "light body", the actual Soul that came from the Next Level by discarding her existing physical body in a "ufo crash", with the body of a human woman named Bonnie Lu Truesdale Nettles. All these revelations have literal application to the end times we are certainly engaged within. The use of "clothing" is rooted in what we wrap around our body and there are many references to "making our clothing  pure, related to light and related to white  (though as a race are certainly not pure but are actually anything but as purity is not based on skin pigment but IS based on having Next Level (kingdom of God/heaven) behavior and ways). For instance "cleaning our robe", putting on white raiment, etc. The Next Level design physical bodys LIKE clothing in that if it's removed They are NOT dead, while in the human kingdom they are dead - (discarnate) and still exist as a spirit to eventually be recycled at the garden's recycling time, while if that human bonded with a Next Level incarnate representative while they were incarnate or soon afterwards then when they die their "soul body" however tiny and even seed like in it's development is "saved" so is literally taken to a Next Level "heaven" a literal location in a Next Level dwelling (one of the levels in enoch's described seven heavens). Continued to re-translate this verse and a few others.


    Also talked about the adam and eve story with some new perspectives of how and why that took place. 


    http://youtu.be/tm078VPAm78

  • 01:31

    "Racism" I'm better than you are.

    in Self Help

    In this weeks show Kirky Jack and Hosia Oliver will be discussing "Racism".  We have come along way in this country but still have a way to go.  It is time we stop trying to feel superior to one another based on skin pigment and imaginary line and understand that we are all humans and have to share this place we call Earth

  • 01:01

    Colin Brennan Music Easter 2013 and England!

    in Music

    Welcome to our 16th Radio Show! We want to Thank all our 41,472 Listeners! You are all the Best! Today is our day before Easter Sunday Show and a small break from all our Special Guest's Shows. Colin just finished singing at his recent Church Recital for the upcoming Peel Music Festival by singing as Gavroche from the Play "Les Miserable." He will singing four songs at this years Peel Music Festival starting on April 4th, 2013. Then if we can get the small amount of donations still needed for the airfare in the next 3 weeks, ($500) then Colin will be off to London, England to sing on stage at The Mermaid Theatre for Anna Kennedy's Autism's Got Talent on May 11th, 2013! In the meantime, Colin is excited to be playing, "Andrew" for Stephen Geddes production of "Pigment" a musical CD. He received his first demo for his solo song, called, "Something about him." Colin is very excited about Easter and hunting for all the eggs tomorrow morning! He will be singing some songs in today's show! Finally, we want to make a special Thank-you to Blog Talk Radio for Featuring Colin with an Article in their Blog about going to sing in England! This article can also be seen and read from the Featured Newsfeed on the regular Blogtalk homepage after signing in. Thanks again for listening!

  • 01:07

    Light vs Dark: Skin complexion in the black community

    in Culture

    Within the African American community there has been an on-going debate about skin complexion preference. Some people prefer light skin, some dark. But why is there a preference? Does one pigment have superiority over another? Is one prettier than the other? Tune into today's show to talk about light skin vs dark skin and where YOU fit in.

  • 01:07

    Colin Brennan Music and our Special Guest Shows #2

    in Music

    Welcome to our Lucky 13th Radio Show and Thanks so much to all our 29,385 Total Listeners, Much appreciated! Today we have our second Special Guest, he is our good friend Ryan Comins, who has his own Radio Shows as Host and Co-Host from Positively Autistic The Poet's Interest with Marilyn and Ryan along with Junior Positively Autistic Ryan's Spectrum Talk. Ryan just recently Graduated from his U.S.A. College, a Big achievement! He also has a Blog Called The Voice From The Spectrum with Thousands of Page views that he regularly writes on informing us of what's going on in the Autistic Community. It is with The Oakland Press. Colin Brennan Music has been honored to be on several of Ryan's Radio Shows as his Special Guest and Surprise Guest many times. We will be interviewing Ryan today and doing some singing! We will also be letting all our Listeners know about Colin landing a Singing Role for an Upcoming CD Production called "Pigment" as the Character, "Andrew." Enjoy the Show and Blessings to all!

  • 03:00

    Brandy Hume and EJ to discuss "Racism" and "White Privilege"

    in Culture

    Brandy Hume of "The Venus Project Challenge" and Earl "EJ" Johnson have both been guests on my show and have both been great contributors.
    Recently particularly in some chapters of the Occupy movement I have seen an upsurgance of individuals teaching people about the concept of "White Privelage" and a good deal of the dialog shared on the topic ends up sounding like "Black Racism". It is important to note that I still believe racism exists in pockets of stupidity all over this planet, I feel it is a tool used by the elite in any culture to divide and conquer. This tool is used against people of all colors and creeds. 
    I do not feel that the solution to racism is to educate people to be hyper sensitive to the topic of someone's skin pigment. And I am proud to say in TZM and TVP I have had some seriously COLORBLIND friendships. And we dislike ALL racism equally. 
    Also, feminists have been pushing this idea to take it a step further. And then you end up with every white male at an activist gathering shamed into silence. Again, I don't think the way to deal with bigotry is more bigotry. 
    Brandy and EJ, both being people of color and one being a woman will also be sharing their views. These two videos inspired this show: 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gK7ORfego3U  
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dh7q1v7nJTk&bpctr=1363655707