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Ernie Banks tribute to Mr. Cubb, celebrate his contributions to the African American Community for Chicago and for baseball in general. Join us in the celebration of our community. the acknowledgement of great leaders and movers & shakers in all communties of color. We are continuing our conversation of Legacy building taking place around the world. Also check oue website www.blacksummit.org for future information on our upcoming Annual event in Atlanta this August, this will bw our 25 annual event.
Dr. Yves E. Patak, MD, born in 1968 in Zürich, Switzerland. The author works as a holistic coach, hypnosis therapist and acupuncturist in his own practice. Writing is his passion: six of his novels have been published, other literary works have been awarded, further projects are under way. Dr. Patak has two children and lives with his family in a rural part of Zurich, Switzerland.
For his medical studies Patak spent three months in Jamaica and often travelled to the Far East, India, Sri Lanka and the Caribbean. This brought him into contact with miscellaneous cultures, rites and tribal medicine, and has strongly inspired him both in his work as a physician and writer. The author’s main focus currently is mystery novel and thriller.
Dr. Patak holds a US degree in Basic Medical Science USMLE/ECFMG, and Clinical Science
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Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss all manner of smalltown life in Kansas in the second hour after these news stories.
Program Summary: 26 Jan. 2015
Counterspin (30 min.)
Description: This week on CounterSpin: After the State of the Union address, one paper's headline was "Obama Pulls No Punches," but another said the speech consisted of "modest proposals," while a third deemed it "A Bold Call to Action Even if No Action Is Likely." What's the public to make of this exercise in political theater and the media's morning-after tea leaf-reading? We'll talk with journalist and activist Keane Bhatt.
Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)
Description: President and Prime Minister of Yemen resign in apparent coup by Houthi rebels; Austerity measures take center stage in Greek elections; Boko Haram claims responsibility for major attack in Nigeria; CIA whistle-blower case goes to jury; Pennsylvania governor’s inauguration draws opponents of fracking; U.S. Supreme Court hears state judicial campaign financing case; #ReclaimMLK actions vindicate King’s legacy of civil rights protests. Also on the show: A proposed Pennsylvania law aimed at silencing Mumia Abu-Jamal targets our right to hear as much as his right to speak. Why aren't more journalists up in arms? We'll talk to one who is: Daniel Denvir, senior staff writer at Philadelphia City Paper.
Co-hosted during the second hour with Rep. Bill Otto, formerly of the 9th district, in the Kansas legislature listen in to conversations with "Traditional Republicans" who have lived small town life in Kansas across the generations.
ASCA's NATIONAL SCHOOL COUNSELOR OF THE YEAR
Congrats and welcome to Colorado's Cory Notestine, a counselor at Alamosa High School, a rural high school. What he does that makes difference
Episode #299: Voices of Global Freedom Radio interviews Ken Kaplan, CEO Top Talk Radio Conservative Talk Radio Directory on the Islamic Terrorist Camps Running Rampant throughout the USA and the West.
The FBI is aware of these Terrorist Training Camps, but President Barack Hussein Obama is doing nothing to address the immediate threat they pose. Federal law enforcement describes these locations communal living sites, a politically correct way of saying radical islamic terrorist cells.
Islamberg in rural upstate New York, is a 70 acre underground-bunkered paramilitary Islamic compound. It is a Muslim only community. The majority of these are black american born males, hardened criminals who converted to radical Islam while in prison. Islamberg is among 35 such compounds, ranging in size from 25 to 300 acres.
Top Talk Radio and Voices of Global Freedom Radio expose these USA Terror Camps before it is too late.
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Internationally published, Penguin novelist, Ellen Airgood, sheds much insight into the creative process and influences that helped to forge her debut novel into an agent sponsored contract. South of Superior is available on brick and mortar book racks around the world. Listen in as she tells more on her unique take on life in rural America.
Cedar Falls, IA became Ground Zero for launching a Presidential drive for gigabit community-owned broadband throughout the U.S. Learn how this 20-year old network took center stage last week as the latest beacon leading cities nationwide on the path to faster, better public-owned broadband.
Broadband is driving Cedar Fall's economic activities. Listeners get a detailed breakdown of the city's progress since upgrading to a gigabit network a year ago from Bob Seymour, Planner III/Economic Development. Curtis Dean, Broadband Services Coordinator for the Iowa Association of Municipal Utilities provides insights to expected developments in the state's broadband future.
President Obama held up Cedar Falls as a great example of the value of public braodband networks in helping to meet America's highspeed Internet needs, and why we need giant service providers to stop blocking communities' ability to become the next gigabit success story. Our guests offer listeners advice on how their communities can overcome the challenges of these statutes.
British Crime Author Pat McDonald lives in a rural part of the Midlands, United Kingdom. She has an extensive career working as a researcher, project manager and programme manager within the British National Health Service and in law enforcement and the criminal justice system. Her work encompassed Heart Disease, Mental Illness and learning disability (her formal publications under the name Pat Mounser). Her lifelong ambition has always been to become a writer of fiction; after all fiction is a reflection of life of which she admits she is a long time voyeur. “I am a people watcher, and nothing pleases me more than sitting in a public place observing the world as it passes by – hence my penchant for writing my novels in my favourite coffee shop, where I have met some extraordinary people.” She is now a full time novelist. Her crime trilogy (nicknamed 'The Blue Woods Trilogy' because of an over active imagination at disposal of bodies!) consists of (1) Getting Even: Revenge is best served cold, (2) Rogue Seed and finally (3) Boxed Off. Her fictitious detectives D.I Luke Wariner and D.S Aidey Carter tackle a range of Major Crimes against a background of corruption and deception involving some of their own officers. Boxed Off published in December 2014 brings the plot to its conclusion - or does it? "I only meant to write one book," Pat confesses, "but I have a real difficulty in ending stories!" Well crime does go on!
Her current work in progress is a move to a different genre. A Y.A paranormal thriller about stalking based in the North of Wales, UK, has a hint of historical W.W 1 drama that is surprisingly haunting!
Tonight on Incubi Incarnate Broadcast, your host Bill Bachman welcomes very special guest Nicole Novelle 'Niki Paraunnormal' at 9pm EST on www.incubiincarnate.com/iiblistenlive!
Niki has been seeking answers since her first paranormal experience as a child and has never stopped searching. Niki lived in a farm house located in rural Maryland in which paranormal activity occurred on a regular basis. In the years that followed her curiosity grew and she soon began conducting her own investigations using primitive techniques. As an adult, Niki has become a seasoned investigator and is now using not only primitive but new and experimental equipment on her investigations. Niki's background in the medical field as well as her focus in medical research gives her what some would consider a "scientific approach" to her work in the field as well during evidence review. With her love of investigation and her quest for answers to the unknown she has continued to remain active within the paranormal community. She has been appointed leadership roles in paranormal organizations as well as has been chosen to represent members of the community when participating in debates on ethics and practices within the paranormal. Niki hosts a radio show; Live Paranormal Spotlightt on LiveParanormal.com and she also co-hosts other shows on the network. She has hosted many special presentations for the network and has been a guest on numerous paranormal shows. When she isn't "on air" she can often be found on the other side of the microphone; producing radio shows. She continues to search for answers and works closely with the paranormal community and clients who seek answers to the same questions she still has to this day. Niki and her family reside in the Baltimore area. When Niki is not on air or investigating the paranormal she enjoys urban exploration, hiking and photography.
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You may not have realized you were dying, but you have been dying a little more each day. And that's the miracle of Temple Hayes' remarkable new book When Did You Die? 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up. It empowers you to wake up and take back your life!
Born in a rural Southern family, her life was filled with strife--violence in the home, a lack of love and compassion andt neglect. Her father killed her cat, later ran over her dog with his truck and when she was helping her beloved dog, her grandfather--with reckless abandon--ran over her with his car. Her mother was forced into shock treatments for not conforming to local morale judgments. What terrible message did THAT convey to her preteen daughter? Men tried to force themselves on Hayes. At 13, she sought to numb the pain with alcohol bought at the local grocery store. But there was more that she was hiding, she knew she had a deep connection to spirit which no one would approve or believe because it didn't conform to traditional Christian teachings. And the biggest secret of all was that she was attracted to other girls. Each day, she denied who she was,dying a little more each day.
Over the years, despite outwardly having a very successful professional career in the corporate world, she floundered in relationships, felt empty and hid her sexual identity. And then slowly she emerged -- with a deep hunger for spiritual connection, a connection that led to her healing and to the wisdom that she offers in When Did You Die? Listen to Aging Younger and Temple Hayes and shift your paradigm to live beyond your greatest vision.
Join author, blogger, writer and internet radio host Dariaanne for Writestream Tuesday on January 20 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes author Chris Bostic to the show:
Chris Bostic is an author of young adult adventure novels. He was born in the suburbs of Chicago. While not completely set against the urban lifestyle, the lure of the country was much stronger. After college in central and southern Illinois, he ended up in the suburbs of St. Louis, where he gets away to rural Missouri as often as he can. An avid outdoorsman, Chris uses his experiences to write all-too-realistic, gripping action/adventure, wilderness survival books that appeal to young and old alike.
Chris shares his outdoors passion with his wife, three wonderful children, and a Boy Scout troop. Chris' teenage son is an Eagle Scout. His red-headed middle child has a passion for reading (and is a budding young author). His youngest child is a very smart preschooler who's growing up too fast while keeping him young at heart.
Somehow, between a full time job and a busy family, Chris finds time to write.
During the live show, host and guest welcome your questions at (347) 945-7246, and your participation in the live chat. Tune in to Writestream Tuesday with author Chris Bostic on January 20 at 1 p.m. Eastern!
Multi-talented performer Sam Harris joins host Robin Milling for a backstage chat about his one-man musical, 'Ham: A Musical Memoir,' now playing at Theater 511 at Ars Nova in New York City. Directed by Billy Porter, featuring pianist Todd Schroeder, the show is based on his autobiography, 'Ham: Slices of A Life.'
On stage Sam expertly tells stories, speaking about his life's journey from boyhood to the present; whether in song or candid monologues. He tells Robin he's embraced the term, 'ham,' recalling his earliest performance at three singing The Star Spangled Banner at a football game in Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Sam says performing is everything to him. 'It was my coping mechanism being a little bit of a different kind of kid growing up in rural, Baptist South; the buckle of the bible belt! For a burgeoning gay showbusiness kid it was a little freaky especially being born in the early 60s.'
And for those not born in the 60s, Star Search was the American Idol of it's day, where Sam won the 1983 grand champion singer with his rousing rendition of 'Over The Rainbow.' He tells Robin he accepts the legacy, along with his other accomplishments as an actor, a writer, and a recording aritst.
Sam talks about the cathartic experience he feels exorcising his demons on stage, although some things were left in the book such as his alcoholism; celebrating 11 years sober. Even though the show is personal to his life experience, he tells Robin it's universal. 'I don't think there's anybody who doesn't feel outside. I don't think there's anybody who doesn't need to be told 'you're enough.''
For more about Sam visit http://www.samharris.com/
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