• 00:58

    The Wellness Blueprint

    in Self Help

    Pediatric Vaccines – What You Need to Know


    Join Dr. Maiysha and Coach Elliott this Friday with their special guest Dr. Ruby Thomas of Atlanta’s Mind Body Spirit Wellness! This we’re talking about pediatric vaccines and is sure to be an informative show! See you Friday morning at 9a (ET)!


     


    About our guest: Dr. Ruby Thomas received her medical degree and completed her medical training at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. She is board certified in Pediatrics and has specialized training in Preventive Medicine. She is currently a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American College of Preventive Medicine, and the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. Prior to joining MBS Wellness, she practiced urgent care in the metro Atlanta area and held a faculty appointment at Morehouse School of Medicine department of Pediatrics. Dr. Thomas continues to hold a part-time faculty position with the Department of Preventive Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine. Her clinical and educational interests include integrative medicine, motivational interviewing, healing with nutrition, and preventing childhood obesity.  Dr. Thomas is a native of Atlanta. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, reading and painting.

  • 00:30

    IFA2015 Highlights

    in Technology

    The 55th Annual International Franchise Association, #IFA2015, was a huge success! It would be impossible to share all the take-aways from the recent event but Deb Evans, Jack Monson and special guest Mary Kay Liston, President at Five Star Painting will share what impressed them the most. 


    You can find a daily recap of #IFA2015 tweets via the links below


    #IFA2015 Day 1


    #IFA2015 Day 2


    #IFA2015 Day 3


    #IFA2015 Day 4


    #IFA2015 Final Day

  • 02:59

    EGUA - Marketplace: Our Guest is Nailah Sankofa of Tiwantiwa Abibiman Village

    in Education

    In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace, our guest is Iya Nailah Sankofa owner of Tiwantiwa Abibiman Village and Artisans Collective which includes KA-ASO Afrikan/Adulawo Women's Textile Guild.


    Excerpt from her website:


    "KA-ASO Afrikan/Adulawo Women's Textile Guild is a social crafting club, network and studio program in which women of Afrikan ascent can come to hone their skills, refresh or learn new ones,  network and study numerous techniques to create and adorn quality hand-crafted textiles from knitting, crochet, weaving, hooking and embroidery to tie-dye, batik, fabric painting, felting, beading, quilting, and more..." 


    TiwanTiwa Abibiman Village is one of the businesses in our OKOM Economic Development initiative. 


    Visit Iya Nailah's website at:


    www.tiwantiwa.webs.com


     


    Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan 


    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu


    Akwamu Nation in North America


    www.odwirafo.com 
     

  • 00:31

    Business Talk - Geoffrey Alderman, Auto Stylz LLC Wed -Feb 25, 2015 at 1:00 pm

    in Education

    Geoffrey Addleman, Auto Stylz, LLC will be our featured guest on BUSINESS TALK, Wednesday February 25, 2015 at 1:00 in the afternoon.  Geof has 14 years' experience in the Auto Body Business with 10 years successfully building Auto Stylz LLC.  Starting out with just 1 employee, Auto Stylz LLC now employees 8 and will soon be expanding.  See his  4 minute video:  http://youtu.be/ADLY0h8W-FI  which outlines his business.

  • 00:52

    Ms. Aqueila Lewis (Poet, radio and much more)

    in Spirituality

    Bay Area Native and resident of Oakland, CA, Aqueila M. Lewis has been writing poetry since she was in high school. As a multi-talented artist, she is well-versed in composing, singing, modeling, poetry/spoken word, journalism (print and radio) and more. Aqueila is a graduate of Napa Valley College and UC Berkeley. For ten years, Aqueila served as Entertainment Chair for the annual Empowering Women of ...Color Conference (EWOCC) at UC Berkeley. Aqueila’s work has been published in numerous magazines, newspapers, KPFA 94.1 FM Radio’s First Voice Media Apprenticeship Program and Full Circle Show, National Radio Project Making Contact Storytelling Fellowship, Sistah’s With Ink Voices anthology, Reflections: A Collaboration Between Painting And Literature and Til Death Do Us Part All Lady Warrior Zine. She is the Co-host and Executive Producer of “All the Rest of Us” which airs Sundays from 3pm-4pm on KPFB 89.3 FM Radio. She is the Co-host and Co-Founder of Urban Hang Suite, a Open Mic, Showcase and Mixer in San Pablo, CA. She is currently creating children’s books focused on issues in relation to social justice and community. She has been a plus-model for the last four years, has experience in print modeling and on runway shows. She currently holds the title as Ms. Oakland Plus America 2014.


    For Booking Inquiries email
    aqueila_lewis78@yahoo.com


    email-emonya_love@yahoo.com


     


    See More — with Freda Love.

  • 01:01

    In the Stream: The English Maven

    in Writing

    Join "In the Stream" producer and host Jessica Dylan Winter as she welcomes the English Maven (Lianna Patch) to the show.


    Lianna Patch, better known to some as "the English Maven," is an insanely creative and freethinking writer, editor and Coppyblogger-certified Content Marketer. She's a born-and-raised New Orleanian whose bold approach to writing and life breathes fresh air into the spaces she invades. Some of her ongoing projects include writing and editing for New Orleans Living Magazine and the philly artblog. 


    Listen to Lianna talk about everything from creative inspiration and overcoming writer's block to building a better bookshelf to our time together at a Buddhist monastery in New York.


    Dive into the stream to hear what the English Maven has to say!


    The show will close with a short, guided meditation.


    Learn more about Lianna here:


    theenglishmaven.com

  • 01:02

    ASWIFTT Publishing Literary Segment with 10-year-old author, Kamille Padgitt

    in Writing

    Feb 14, 2015 at 1:00 pm PST, 2:00 pm MST, 3:00 pm CST, 4:00 pm EST, or 5:00 pm AST


    The Jersey Devil Is Not REAL! is a Realistic Fiction Story about a little girl who draws her own conclusion about the legend of the Jersey Devil. She learns about the information while playing on her favorite website, Poptropica. She began to wonder if the Jersey Devil was real.  


    Kamille Padgitt, the author, is a 10-year-old who loves to write and draw. The Jersey Devil Is Not REAL! is her first published book. As a member of ASWIFTT Jr. Writer’s Guild, Kamille is receiving mentoring and support to develop her chosen literary craft.


    An extraordinary student who attends a college preparatory middle school, Kamille takes AP classes and serves on her school’s student council.  Her accomplishments include the ASWIFTT Literary AWARD for her publication The Jersey Devil Is Not REAL!, the ASWIFTT Community Outreach AWARD for her participation in “ASWIFTT JR. Members READS To KIDS” in 2014 at Pat’s Learning Academy, the ASWIFTT Performing Arts AWARD for her participation as a vocalist in the All City Choir for her school district. She recently won a silver medal for her participation in the Irma P. Hall Theatre Arts Festival.


    She wants to publish more fiction stories in the future. Her desire is to become a teacher and author like her mother. She enjoys singing, painting, ballet, drawing and riding her bicycle. For more information about Kamille and her upcoming books, e-mail her at: books@aswifttpublishing.com

  • 00:29

    Your Kind Voice

    in Lifestyle

    A touching conversation with author, breast cancer activist and survivor Sharon Pape.


    She say's: Looking back, I realize how fortunate I was that the cancer was discovered at such an early stage, but at the time it was all very overwhelming. Once I was back on my feet, I wanted to help other women who were newly diagnosed, worried and afraid. I became a Reach to Recovery volunteer for the American Cancer Society and went on to run the program for Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island. In 2000, with the help of my surgical oncologist and two other volunteers, I started Lean On Me, a nonprofit organization that provides peer support and information to breast cancer patients. The thousands of women whose lives we’ve touched have enriched my life beyond measure.  When Lean On Me celebrated its tenth anniversary and no longer required as much of my time, I found my way back to my first love -- writing. This time I’m writing cozy mysteries with a paranormal twist: four in my Portrait of  Crime series from Berkley Prime Crime and the first in my Crystal Shop series from Berkley Intermix.   


    Hosted by Dominick Domasky


    Breast Cancer, Cancer, Reach to Recovery, Sharon Pape, Lean On Me, Dominick Domasky, author, breast cancer survivor, inspiration,Follow Your Passion


     


     


     

  • 01:31

    INDIE REVIEW RADIO/ BRADD MARQUIS / INDIE ARTIST

    in Entertainment

    Towering, boyishly handsome, and boasting a baritone dipped in the gravel and gravy of Southern soul, Marquis is one of the streets and the steeple. A committed man of dedicated faith and community service, Marquis is the anti-thesis of today’s R&B bad boys. Like his inspirations, Marquis started his stage life in front of the pews. Deriving from a rich family legacy of performers that includes blood ties to Phyllis Hyman, Debbie Allen, and Phylicia Rashad, Marquis traveled as a child performer in the “Family & Friends” gospel troupe. He rocked the church with preternaturally grown vocals until high school. A star-turning performance at a college show returned Marquis to music and later membership with the R&B quartet, Mass Appeal. Soon joining up with Babyface’s production team, Marquis further refined his music and engineering skills, working with future Finding My Way producer, Jeremy “Cochise” Ball, Thank You producer, Angelo Ray, as well as the legendary Gerald Levert and the Rude Boys. In 2009, Marquis independently released the FMW2.5 mixtape. While Marquis debut and mixtape told of his broken engagement, 2011’s Authentic was more introspective. Moody blues and torch ballad rich, Authentic was a raw, transparent portrait of a man struggling with hard decisions at life’s crossroads. Singing about broken families, lost love, and the roughness of the industry climb prompted Marquis to take a hiatus to make peace with family, study, and re-discover his spirituality and church. Largely written and recorded in five days with sole producer Angelo Ray, the more up-tempo Thank You is a love letter to everyone who stuck by and loved Marquis through his turmoil and evolution into manhood.

  • 00:45

    Laynee Bluebird Reyna: One Earth One People One Vision

    in Motivation

    Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Speaker, Author of White Pearl and I: A Memoir of a Political Refugee, a columnist for ALIST magazine and PERREAULT Global Digital magazine; Certified Hypnotherapist (CHt), EFT, Consultant, and  Community Advocate. www.svetlanakim.com


    Our Guest: 


    Elayne Silva-Reyna, familiarly called "Laynee Bluebird Reyna" is the "Painter of Spirit". She is a national award-winning artist and her lifetime creation of art, poetry, and storytelling has inspired collectors internationally. She is a national award-winning artist for her painting of Kashaya-Pomo California Indian, Bernice Torrez, "Medicine Song Woman, 2006." Elayne wrote of her ceremonial relationship with Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, renowned author of "On Death And Dying", in the book "Tea with Elisabeth" by Fern Welch, Rose Winters, Ken Ross, 2009. In "The Ways of Spirit, 30 Visionaries Share Philosophies, Paths & Practices", co-authored by Susan Averett Lee, Elayne honored Nature as the Great Sacred. In "Real Moments", author Barbara De Angelis, PhD, dedicated the chapter on Women to Elayne as her "Big Sister" and teacher. Barbara honored Elayne's "One Earth One People Peace Vision, Inc." 501c.3 nonprofit organization which promotes peace through Native American arts and crafts, dance, drum, music and storytelling the first weekend annually in May in San Juan Bautista, California. 


     

  • 01:56

    Ladies Bible Class

    in Religion

    After crossing the Red Sea where their Egyptian bondage was washed away and receiving water from the rock, today the Israelites head to Mt Sinai to receive The Law!

    Join us each week as we study the story outlined in Old Testament History from Genesis to Esther. We wander each week through the story of the Israelites as they head toward Christ, watching for the portrait that God painted of Christ, the Word, and his Church in the story of the Old Testament!

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