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Show: In The Know with Tasha Cerda
Hosted by: Tasha Cerda
Special Guest: Students from AADAP
Tasha discussed the mission of ADDAP, which is to change lives and save families, by providing comprehensive subtance abuse and other social services for Asian Pacific Islander and other diverse communities. The Core programs include education, prevention, intervention, trement, employment, advocacy, and economic development.
Air Date: Friday, May 1, 2015 7pm
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles; we discuss this weekend's events at Talladega Superspeedway. The NASCAR Xfinity Series race was clouded with controversy as Joey Logano won the Winn-Dixie 300, but the rules in the NASCAR Xfinity Series prohibit drivers from "push drafting." It was evident that no matter how big or how small, there was push drafting during that race, and some think that there should have been a different winner.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the Geico 500 was the exact opposite today. There was an early "big one" that was caused when Trevor Bayne got sideways in front of the field. This took out some early contenders in the race.
Other than that, there wasn't much action. Everyone was anticipating the others making their move with around 20 laps to go. No one did. No moves were made. A couple of drivers tried to get out of line, but no one gave them any help and Dale Earnhardt, Jr went on to the victory.
We'll discuss the strategy of the end of the race, and what just may be going through people's head at the end of the race.
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Michael Colberg, JD, LCSW, LMFT and Anne Ortelee, a certified Astrologer ISAR-CAP, PMAFA, NCGR-PAA Level 3, talk about current events from the perspective of Scorpios. Tune in to hear their unique, wise perspectives on how to navigate the wild and turbulent times we live in. Lively, informed and fun, we encourage you to take your outrage and engage your courage.
On today's episode of Talking in Circles, Clayton, Brandon, and BeyondtheFlag.com's John Harlow will discuss the big news of yesterday, which is the fact that GoDaddy.com has announced that they will not be back with Danica Patrick for 2016.
We will talk about the implications this could bring on Danica's career, and how it will be affected, as well as the reason why GoDaddy.com decided to make this move and how this is a black eye for the sport as a whole.
We will also discuss what other options Stewart-Haas Racing could have for this 10 car if Danica is not brought back.
Also, since tonight is the NFL draft, we'll talk about a NASCAR draft of drivers and crew chiefs and which one you would choose first, which would be interesting on who we think is more important.
Also, the other news topics of the week will be discussed, which are mainly out of the Toyota camp.
And finally, we'll preview this weekend's events at Talladega SuperSpeedway, which will be an exciting one for sure.
World motorcycle traveler Clement Salvadori returns with another great road book. This time, he brings enthusiasts 30 stories covering 50 years of travel by motorcycle to odd spots around the planet. Readers can follow him through war-torn Vietnam to the sybaritic pleasures of camping out in a South African wilderness area, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, from 1957 to 2010.
While the motorcycle is always at the heart of these stories, far more important are Salvadori's impressions of the countries he rides through and the people he meets along the way. He artfully injects history, sociology, politics, and economics into the mix, and comes up with fresh and vivid descriptions of the many places he has been. On these journeys, he was frequently told, "The road doesn't go that way, you can't get there from here." But, for Salvadori, bad roads, bridgeless rivers, and seemingly insurmountable mountains were always part of the fun—if one may call it that. A big part of the adventure was to find a way, even when there was supposedly none.
Clement Salvadori bought his first motorcycle as a teenager and has been riding ever since—in more than 70 countries on six continents. A well-known name in motorcycle journalism, he has written over 1,000 articles for several dozen motorcycle magazines, and is the author of a number of popular travel books on the sport, including the bestselling 101 Road Tales, a collection of amusing and engaging stories from his popular monthly column in Rider magazine. He lives in southern California with his wife, Sue.
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Spiritual Connections Radio show- Monday May 4, 8pm ET
Hosted by the creators of the network, Pamela Latour and Mark Rawson
Our Guest will be Kathryn Gates-Ferris, MS, MPA, CHt
On the show, Kathryn will talk about-
1) What she learned in her Shamanic Studies?
2) What is Jin Shin Do acupressure and when is it best used?
3) What has she learned from doing the life between life regression?
4) What things has she learned from working with her many clients?
Her journey began at age 50 when she made a commitment to herself to follow her spiritual path. Since then she has been led by spirit to develop her skills and knowledge so that she can be of service to others. In 2005 she was ordained as an interfaith minister through One Spirit Interfaith Seminary. About the same time she completed the Advanced Shamanic Practitioner training with the Foundation for Shamanic Studies. In 2010, she received her certification as a hypnotherapist, having trained with Delores Cannon, Roger Wolger and Paul Aurand and specialize in past life regression and life between life regression. Over the past four years, she has been training in Jin Shin Do acupressure and she is completing the necessary coursework for certification as a massage therapist. In addition to her spiritual path, she has also spent the last 45 years working in non-profit, public health programs. She is married with two wonderful daughters.
website link – www.dragonflyhealingcenter.com
Join us Wednesday 29 April 2015 @ 7:30pm for Moors Heritage & History School live broadcast:
Live Broadcast of Moors Heritage and History School near Harlem at Northwest Amexem
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This six minute podcast is about taking advice from our children. Gregarious Greg explores some ideas learned from Generation 88. This segment of " The Heritage & Legacy Evolvement Forum " has Greg taking on the question, should parents listen to the advice of their children ?
This podcast evolved from a conversation between a father and son.
Times are changing rapidly, if parents want to stay in the know it often takes the advice of their children. After all old-school is just old not extinct.