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Join us for an exclusive broadcast spotlight on Seattle Children's, who, for more than 100 years, have been dedicated to providing top-quality care to every child in our region who needs us, regardless of the family’s ability to pay. We will be speaking with AYA Survivors Rose Ibarra (PR Specialist, Seattle Children's Research Institute), Rebecca H. Johnson, MD (Assistant Professor, Hematology-Oncology, Medical director of the AYA Oncology Program) and patient Milton Wright III. Survivor spotlight on Geoff Eaton, Founder of Young Adult Cancer Canada.
Their mission is simple:
1. We aim to transform the cultural meaning of princesses and princes into positive role models who take action to protect living beings and the planet for future generations.
2. We seek to promote greater racial, cultural, and gender inclusivity. We expand the cultural representation of beauty by including different size princesses and princes, as well as those with disabilities.
3. To produce high quality educational tools that are entertaining. Our goal is to utlilize multimedia platforms to educate readers and users about current global issues and how we can all be part of the solution.
4. Our stories promote greater awareness of the environment and aim to advance children’s knowledge in STEM subjects (sciences, technology, engineering, mathematics).
5. Our stories combine teaching ethical principals with the practical imperatives of helping parents, teachers, and children meet Common Core State Standards.
Or, is it? Join the cnversation and tell me what you think. Is the world ready for The Guardian Princesses?
Jim Basnight is a journalist that publishes a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim and co-host Jay Townsend of Coug Digest welcome Boise State assistant coach John Rillie and Portland Pilot assistant Eric Jackson, on the MWC and WCC conferences and their respective squads.
Second opinions are now a thing of the past. What was once a common practice, not only by the patient, but by the doctor as well has now turned into a crime.
8 year old Jaxon Adams suffers from a myriad of medical issues. So, naturally the mother wanted to do everything in her power to get the best medical care for her son as she could find. When the doctors could not find a cure for Jaxon's medical problems, Tiffany asked for a second opinion, Jaxon was sent to the "Beacon Clinic" at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. Unbeknownst to Tiffany, the "Beacon Clinic" is NOT designed to observe the patient, it is designed to observe the parent. This is where the doctors plan their kidnappings. They use this clinic to contrive a bogus abuse case against the parent(s).
The cruel and unusal punishment layed against the patients and parents from these clinics all across the country are now out of control and must be stopped
TAKEN FROM THE HEALTH IMPACT NEWS.COM ARTICLE WHO FIRST BROKE THE STORY
Dr. Hoffman came into the child’s room when he was crying his heart out missing his family. She told him to suck it up and stop crying. Her words that she told him were cruel beyond belief, as he later confided to his sister: “If I have it my way, you’ll never see your mommy and daddy again.”
Tiffany Adams will be here tonight to talk about how she and her son Jaxon have been treated, humiliated and tortured by CPS/Law Enforcement and the Family Courts. She has NO visitation rights at all at this time.
RELATED ARTICLE: http://medicalkidnap.com/2014/10/23/eight-year-old-jaxon-taken-by-hospital-when-parents-ask-for-second-opinion/
Welcome everyone to a brand new episode of The Power Alley with Steve Silver from 1090 The Fan in Seattle, Wa and Bo Reed from LetsTalkRangers.com. On today's show, we'll leadoff with conversation on the front runners in American League. According to multiple publications, the Seattle Mariners are strong favorite to win the American League west. But the conversation isn't about can they win the west, but can they win the World Series?
We'll also cover the latest news surrounding Josh Hamilton's likely suspension from a relapse of drugs and alcohol. We'll also discuss a few injuries that took place in White Sox, Blue Jays, and Cardinals camps.
If you have any questions regarding today's show, any fantasy baseball questions you need answered, or you just want to stop by and say hi, hit us up on Twitter @InsiderSteve and @LTRReed. We're excited to have you with us this morning, now grab your bat, see the fastball, and drive that sucker into The Power Alley!
Join Phoebe (@ItsFootballSon) and co-host Joseph (@josephmuldoon) as they have a more unusual show this week. Usually there is a flow that they work with, but this show, it'll all be just one fun surprise after the next. Whatever comes to mind, that will be the topic of the moment.
Join host Aahley Davene and Special Guest Co/Host Tanya Tyler as they chat it up just in time for spring! Talking about moving out the old energies and welcoming in the new ones, from clearing your space, to planning what you are going to be doing this spring... hint... if you are Tanya T. it will probably involve bass fishing... and if you are Ashley it will probably involve the SUN!! <3
Ashley Davene Host and Media Personality, Author of "Art of Love" & "Pink & Blue A Love Story..." Healthy Living Journalist via Examiner.com in NYC & LA, Spiritual Relationship Counselor, Hopeless Romantic ?
Tanya Tyler is a radio personality, animal lover and fitness enthusiast with a passion for the spiritual world. She has worked in the radio industry from the Northwest to the Southeast and back with stops in Seattle, Spokane, WA and sunny Fort Myers, FL. Her passion for animals leads her to volunteer for local animal shelters where she has adopted two severely abused and neglected pitbulls along the way. In addition she is a licensed foster parent and loves giving back to the community any way she can.
Welcome to the Voice of Hope, a weekly broadcast for Mandarin speakers who would like to learn English and for English speakers who want to learn Mandarin. Our programs have been written, produced, and translated by certified American teachers. Today's show will focus on the letter "L." Every show has a story that will illustrate the featured letter of the week. Please join us!
Today's show highlights musicians who perform in Second Life, Concert Window & those on soundcloud. First up, you'll hear Musician Hannah Thomas, On Monday, I caught Red Heaven's concert at Lokki's. I've been anticipating the release of the new CD, Moth. On Tuesday, Seattle-based musician Tukso Okey did his weekly gig at Black Dahlia which was mesmerizing. Tukso is AVI Choice 2015 #1 rock performer in SL.
Finally, on February 27, Mic Wells (aka MrMulti Writer) and Meetu Writer performed at Gallery Rouge. Zap Mama continues its kickstarter campaign and has already exceeded its goal which means the 25th anniversary album will be a reality.
Today, I visited Tableau, a Second Life region after learning about it on The Drax Files. I met the sim creator, Nylon Pinkney, briefly while exploring various spots there. It's a fun, visually stimulating place to visit. The trip reminded me of my first days in SL where everything was new and was so fascinated by everything I discovered. It's been a while since I have that feeling of newness in SL.
Of course, I'll share what's on the bestseller book list and what I'm reading this week. If you enjoy the show, follow me on twitter and BTR. Happy Listening!
Tammy Pooler and Tom Hayes as Betty and Bucky return to the microphones today to introduce their new stories/news and commercials from Beantown, Storyland. Listen as Garbanzo stand up for himself against bully Danny the Dangerous Dump Truck.