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“Like all boys growing up in the early sixties, I was fascinated by space exploration,”said Anthony Hose, conductor of the Stetson University Symphony Orchestra. “And, of course, I wanted to be an astronaut.”
While it is not quite the same as floating among the stars, Hose did conduct the Stetson University Orchestra performing the American premiere of Voyager written by Warren Greveson, who was inspired by Voyager 1 and 2, two spacecrafts launched in 1977 on a grand tour of the solar system. Voyager is composed for four iPads and an orchestra, and accompanied by a film by Maurice Lock.
In this interview, Hose, Greveson and Lock talk about the music and the inspiration from 37 years of research collected and sent back to Earth by the two Voyager probes.
Myles Munroe was born in Nassau, Bahamas in 1954 and has been a lifetime resident of the Bahamas. He has degrees in fine arts, education and theology from Oral Roberts University (1978), a Master’s degree
Today, Dr. Munroe is a pastor, teacher, administrator, author, a father, a husband and motivational speaker. He travels throughout the world as a speaker addressing governments leaders, businesses, schools/universities and church congregations. He personally addresses over 500,000 people each year on personal and professional development, and he receives hundreds of invitations every year to speak worldwide. Dr. Munroe has appeared on Benny Hinn's This Is Your Day program, where he spoke about the Kingdom of God.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon welcome author Keith Wiley to discuss his book: A Taxonomy and Metaphysics of Mind Uploading. One day soon we may be able to transfer human minds to computers. But for that to be possible, there is a good deal that we will need to understand about the process of transferring minds, as well as about minds themselves. Keith Wiley explains some of the major philosophical challenges that thus topic raises, along with his responses to each
About our guest:
Keith Wiley has a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of New Mexico and was one of the original members of MURG, the Mind Uploading Research Group, an online community dating to the mid-90s that discussed issues of consciousness with an aim toward mind-uploading. He has written multiple book chapters, peer-reviewed journal articles, and magazine articles, in addition to several essays on a broad array of topics, available on his website. Keith is also an avid rock-climber and a prolific classical piano composer.
An emerging music pioneer of the new D-town (Dallas) sound is producer/artist Fat Pimp. Mr. Rack Daddy was born in Houston but later relocating to Duncanville, a suburb of Dallas. Fat Pimp, given his moniker by a high school classmate, began developing his love for music first as a producer, but he was known for his impromptu free style sessions at lunch. While attending college at Texas Southern University (TSU), Fat honed his skills as a producer and his first hit was born. "Rack Daddy" spread like a virus through youtube and the south and Fat Pimp has been cranking out hits ever since! His latest records are club friendly records titled "Roll Me Up" and new Single "Left Right". Like all of Fat's singles, DJs have been running it back in the club multiple times a night, and radio has begun to take notice. "Left Right" has already impacted the radio everywhere from Dallas throughout the southern region so far. Fat Pimp and his team just released another new mixtape titled "Badd As I Wanna Be 3" exclusively featured by LiveMixTapes.com, that is just as infectious as all of his records itself. Fat Pimp is constantly on the road and will be bringing all of his club hits to a city near you, so stay tuned!
Rebecca J. Scott, author of Freedom Papers: An Atlantic Odyssey in the Age of Emancipation, and co-authored with Jean M. Hébrard, will discuss how they traced one family across five generations and three continents, into slavery and then back into freedom.
Freedom papers is the 2012 Recipient of the Albert J. Beveridge Award and the James A. Rawley Prize in Atlantic History - American Historical Association. Scott teaches history and law at the University of Michigan. She is also a recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Over the Top Radio is starting a new show centered around women's cycling which will be co-hosted with Robin Farina. In this, our introductory program, we'll discuss future guests, the 2014 cycling season, 2015 cycling season and pertinent issues facing women in cycling.
Robin Farina : Robin began her cycling career over 13 years ago after graduating from the University of Tennessee with a degree in Sports Management. She has raced on several professional teams throughout her career and is the former 2011 National Road Race Champion and a 2012 Olympic long team member.
When not on the bike, her time is spent overseeing the newly formed Women’s Cycling Association (WCA) grow and become a global movement for women’s equality in sport and life. After several years of racing at the highest level, Robin saw the need to help Women’s Professional Cycling become a stable platform for future cyclists. The main goal is help achieve equity and help people see the health benefits through riding bikes. Robin’s main objective is to help grow cycling at the grassroots level. “The sport of cycling will gain more fans and more exposure which will in turn give more women the opportunity to race.” Her passion for sport and the sport of cycling drives her to stay dedicated and lead the charge for a positive change. Through the WCA, she dedicates her efforts to helping various philanthropic organizations such as World Bicycle Relief and the American Diabetes Association – Tour de Cure series. She also sits on the Board of Directors for the US Bicycling Hall of Fame.
This week I invited Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN NP and co-founder of Women to Women, to join me talk about the hormonal changes that happen to women during menopause and the power of diet and lifestyle in helping us heal.
Today you will learn:
Are menopausal symptoms a given or can they be avoided?
How can a woman have estrogen dominance and be low on estrogen?
Is bioidentical hormone therapy safe?
What alternative treatments are available for menopause symptoms?
The important role of diet and sleep
Marcelle Pick, MSN, OB/GYN NP, co-founded Women to Women in 1983 with a vision to change women’s health care. The clinic pioneered the combination of alternative and conventional medicine, using a holistic approach that not only treats illness but also helps women make life choices to prevent disease. Women to Women continues seeing thousands of women from around the world each year. Marcelle earned a B.S. in nursing and a B.A. in psychology from the University of New Hampshire and an M.S. in nursing from Boston College–Harvard Medical School.
Marcelle serves on the Advisory Board for the Integrated Healthcare Symposium, as well as the renowned Hoffman Institute. She has served as Medical Advisor to Healthy Living Magazine, writes a bi-monthly newsletter from WomenToWomen.com, and lectures on a variety of topics — including weight loss resistance, infertility, stress and illness, and adrenal dysfunction. Marcelle has written three books: The Core Balance Diet, Is It Me or My Adrenals? and Is It Me or My Hormones?.
Kid Rob is ready to go global. Born Robin Harris Jr., the native of Los Angeles, California began writing rhymes at age eight. Many expected him to carry the torch of his father the late great Robin Harris comic genius and creator of BeBe’s Kids and Pop’s in the movie House Party. Born six months after the death of his dad, Kid Rob would find a gift in storytelling while growing up. Growing up in the inner city, Kid Rob recalls different experiences that many youth in the inner city of Los Angeles, CA experience. Losing close friends to gang and street violence, as well as seeing friends become successful people within the community. At a young age, he transmitted his life and the lives of those around him in his music. Being able to see his brother play football at the University of Southern California when he was 7 gave him the opportunity to utilize sports to go to college. Though he has a way with words, Kid Rob comes from an athletic background who was a former Division 1 and Division 3 All-American & All-Conference Wide Receiver.
The creative talent began with inspirational pieces he would perform during the youth programs at church. He would later go on to write raps regarding social issues, love, and party tunes. During the filming of “We Don’t Die We Multiply, The Robin Harris Story”, Producer Topper Carew heard a version of “Everyday” a tribute to his dad and included the song in the movie soundtrack. Most recently, Kid Rob appeared on TVOne’s
Unsung Hollywood: Robin Harris Story that aired on March 5th, 2014. Amongst Rob and his family; Magic Johnson, Martin Lawrence, and Charlie Murphy made appearances on the episode sharing their great stories about the legendary comic.
Teaching, truth, love and the bible - Welcome to The University Of The Painful Truth -
Sisters call in, ask questions and give your testimony, learn how to be a good helpmeet, learn spiritual warfare, have fellowship with one another
Yeshua, Jesus, prophecy, assembly, end times, deliverance, Preaching and teaching the Bible from its Hebrew perspective.
The topic will be on Angel healing and shamanic healing, we will be taking calls for free angel reading and healing and Shamanic healing. Elsa & Stokes are renowned Spiritual Speaker/Teachers, Professional Mediums, Shamanic Practitioners, Angel Communicators, Reiki Masters and Ordained Ministers. Elsa was born extremely intuitive with the gift of prophecy, she is the author of “Dare to be Limitless when the Angels take your hand”, and the creator of “Angel DNA Health Practitioner®”. Carey is a Certified as a Master Practitioner of Energy Medicine and is a Native American in lineage. Owners of “The Medicine Way University” and “Angelshotline.com”. To find out more go to, www.angelhealingwings.com, www.medicinewindwarrior.com
On this episode of NWP Radio, we will celebrate the launch of a new curriculum series called, Interconnections: Understanding Systems Through Digital Design, developed collaboratively by designers and educators from the National Writing Project alongside colleagues from Indiana University's Creativity Labs , the Institute of Play , and the Digital Youth Network . In an era of increasing interconnectedness, knowledge—and power—belongs to those who understand the nature of the interdependent systems that organize the world—and have the skills to change those systems. Each book therefore teaches and includes a range of design challenges and learning projects that support systems-thinking concepts across disciplines, and are linked to youth interests in digital culture. During this show we will highlight some possibilities of this exciting and remixable curriculum while also sharing the history and philosophy of its co-design and development.
Friday Night Lights show highlighting players and coaches from high schools all over the country.
BEYOND FINDING THE RIGHT SCHOOL
Student athletes not only want to get into a college or university, they also are looking for scholarship opportunities. Identifying student athletes that are capable of garnering scholarship opportunities isn't simple. In an arena of just over 7 million High School students athletes only 2% of those students will receive some level of scholarship.
In this competitive arena MYP2P is the first and only social network that brings coaches, players and pros together to help kids reach their goals and realize their dreams. We will work tirelessly to help make the connections and foster the athletic excellence that's required to get recognized by Colleges, Universities, Scouts and Coaches.