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Starlog #140819 -- David Alan Mack, Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, and Rob Caswell join us to talk about their new series of books, Star Trek: Seekers, a follow-up to Vanguard that was inspired by fan art by Rob -- a series of retro covers inspired by the old James Blish adaptations of the original series episodes. It's a fun tale of how fan art became reality.
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New York Times best selling author and professional screenwriter, David Mack, beams aboard briefly once again onto Writers Alive to parse about the first book in his new Star Trek series, Second Nature. You won't want to miss this 'season' closing episode with an internationally famous and extremely talented writer.
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Star Nations Magazine Hour @ 9:30 AM EST
Denise Iwaniw and Neshi Lokotz as they talk about the latest and greatest updates with the Star Nations Magazine.
The Mystic’s Heart with Denise Iwaniw @ 10 AM EST
Join Denise Iwaniw, author of The Mystic Angels and The Mysteries of Ancient Egypt Empower Deck for another edition of The Mystic's Heart Show. This 90 minute show is dedicated to the mystery teachings of the Ancients and the Angelics alike. Denise will spend a portion pulling Empowerment cards for listeners, the broader audience and chat room chatters. Join Denise for 90 minutes of joyful insights and empowerment!
Soul Sessions with Sandra Harrick @ 11:30 AM EST
Soul Sessions is an opportunity to explore personal issues for soulful insights, inspiration and clarity. Energy when seen with mystical eyes allows you to understand and unravel what has been blinded by life's path being overgrown by Karma, complicated by family of origin dynamic, negativity or just plain confusion. Soul Sessions offer new light, fresh air and movement into your authentic self. Choose to be alive in your life.
WHAT'S GOING ON OUT THERE IN THAT BIG, CRAZY GEEKVERSE? WE'LL, TONIGHT, FLASH, MATT AND I WILL TAKE A LOOK; CLOBBERIN' TIME STYLE! I'LL TALK ABOUT THE LATEST DOCTOR WHO EPISODE. THE BLU RAY RELEASE OF AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON. ALSO, FRANK MILLER'S UPCOMING DARK KNIGHT:3. NOT YET SURE WHAT OTHER TOPICS WE'LL BE TALKING ABOUT; I CAN ONLY ASSURE YOU THAT IT WILL BE GEEK RELATED!
Here it is folks!!! This weekend is the last race at the famed mile at Syracuse. Since 1972 this fall classic has been the focal point of race teams in the northeast.
One of the people that can say they have been at every Syracuse race since the beginning is the well-known celebrated voice of the Syracuse Mile Mr. Joe Marotta. Joe has called every race at the New York State Fairgrounds since 1972, the first Super Dirt Week. He will bring all the history and great moments of the past Super Dirt Weekends as we take a trip down memory lane with Joe.
Richie Tobias has seen a lot of action at Super Dirt Week in a Modified and a Sprint Car. He will be taking a Silver Crown USAC Sprint Car to the Moodey Mile this year. This Pennsylvania star out of Lebanon was eighth at Syracuse in 2014 and pilots his own creation, a departure from the traditional Silver Crown look. Richie will also be with us to talk about his upcoming promotion at Grandview Speedway "Fall Jamboree" October 31 and November 1st.
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Join Teresa Maron on Gems of Wisdom with special guest Doni Wilson, journalist for the Houston Chronicle. She recently covered the final show of the final tour of Motley Crue, in Houston Texas. They inspired her to write about their grace, and how they taught us all to "Exit Like a Rock Star!"
Doni shares her love of essay writing, how she got her first story published and why she feels writing is SO important.
Read Doni's article about Motley Crue HERE
The topics of this show are based on Lakota Star Knowledge and may include viewing current events from the Ancient Lakota perspective. This show's objective is perpetuate peace among all people, as the foundation of all universes is based on "Mitakuye Oyas'in". The Lakota Star Knowledge definition of "Mitakuye Oyas'in" is that before you can be at peace with all the relatives throughout all universes, you must first have peace among all the relatives within your own inner universe. The mind, body, soul and emotions are all connected to each other. When you do your best in nurturing these four parts, you will establish peace within yourself. Only then are you able to be at peace with all creation around you.
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The wake up call and connection , with claire Kennedy, covering all topics and educating the masses to the real going ons behind the facades and perceptions cast by the Authorities and the media.
the truth seekers show to finding out what is going on as the minority of those who are already aware and are labbelled the conspircy theorists as another form of discrediting smoke screen that the fraudulant self absorbed 1% use to hide their secret agendas,
As we enter the years beyond midlife, our quest for an approach to aging takes on added urgency and becomes even more relevant in our daily lives. Empowering a new generation of seekers to view aging as a spiritual path, authors Robert Weber and Carol Orsborn reveal that it is by engaging with the difficult questions about loss, meaning, and mortality--questions we can no longer put off or ignore--that we continue to grow. In fact, the realization of our full spiritual potential comes about not by avoiding the challenges aging brings our way but by working through them.
Addressing head-on how to make the transition from fears about aging into a fuller, richer appreciation of the next phase of our lives, the authors guide you through 25 key questions that can help you embrace the shadow side of aging as well as the spiritual opportunities inherent in growing older. Sharing their stories and wisdom to both teach and demonstrate what it means to feel energized about the possibilities of your later years, they explore how to find a constructive role for regret, shame, and guilt, realize your value to society, and embrace the freedom of your later years to become more fully yourself.
Coming from Catholic Jesuit and Jewish backgrounds respectively, as well as drawing from the latest research in psychological and religious theory, Weber and Orsborn provide their own conversational and candid answers to the 25 key questions, supporting their insightful and compassionate guidance with anecdotes, inspirational readings, and spiritual exercises. By engaging deeply with both the shadow and light sides of aging, our spirits not only learn to cope--but also to soar.
In a nutshell, the author, Gaines Baty, is a Dallas-area CEO and former all-conference football player at Texas Tech. Several years ago, he began doing some research to write a book about the dad he never really got an opportunity to know -- All-American Texas A&M QB Buryl Baty. Long story short, Baty was an all-everything quarterback and local hero who left A&M to serve in WWII. He came back after the war in Europe, re-enrolled, won big, was drafted by the NFL's Detroit Lions, shunned professional football and chose instead to coach at an impoverished school (Bowie High) in El Paso. There, he took a group of Mexican American kids who'd never won a thing or really been fought for in any way (Baty took a real stand against some deep-seated bigotry before anything like a civil rights movement began) and not only greatly shaped their character, but led them to multiple championships. Then, just as they were preparing to win a third, he was killed in an auto accident on a scouting trip. He was 30 years old (a few of the many pics we have are below). Gaines was just three.
50 years later, Gaines embarked on a journey to get to know his dad and tell his story. He interviewed dozens of his former players (who say he completely changed their lives and the course of destiny for their families for generations) and those he played against (he was a contemporary of guys like the legendary Doak Walker and Tom Landry and played them toe to toe. Hall of Fame coach Raymond Berry says, in fact, that Baty was the best back he ever coached). Sept.15 -- Oct. 15 being Hispanic Heritage Month, btw, and the ongoing immigration debate makes what he did all the more relevant.
The book comes highly recommended by the likes of Roger Staubach