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Ms Long Long is a Juilliard School trained Young soprano, off Broadway performer, playwright and painter. Here what people are saying about her!
“A talented singer in western performances with an eastern soul,a vital role in developing the mixture of cultural art for our Symphony.”---Gregory Singer, founder of the Manhattan Symphony Orchestra“A future star with unlimited potential, she has an exceptional voice and she has got a lot of charisma...I am one of her fans now”---Howard McCrary,Michael Jackson’s team singer and an American Grammy Award Nominee“A golden heart and a golden voice,she’s got all the qualifications to be the greatest star!”-Rodney Jones ,professor at Juilliard School, Music Director and Guitarist of Lena Horne “The Golden Voice!”---The China Press, NewYork. “Her voice in music harmony are absolutely superior. Her high pitched voice instantly penetrated the sky that could make people more aware of her "golden voice" reputation.It was a very beautiful harmony and it reached the point of perfection.Sichuan people are baptized, by the excellent international music Concert !” Sina.com, China “Beautiful Melodies in Ms. Long’s Graceful Singing...an international culture pioneer!”---New World Daily, Peru“Besides from her professional skills and her extraordinarily international beautiful face, she made it because of her frankness and enthusiast personality. She has a broader mind, a charming personality, a positive attitude, a diligent application , a sincere efforts and a daring display.” --- NY Goings On/The New York’s Gods and Goddesses “ Great Talent! The best player and the first one I’ve ever seen who can sing a classic piece causing audience to jump for joy so much!”--- Simanan, Judge of CCTV Avenue of Stars
Tonight we will talk about:
The mention of our Naked Departure and Sheri Veronica blogs on Brass Tacks VOB radio station;
The DPP's Murder File;
Follow up with Marleen Knight in light of the arrest of Everton Gittens;
Marguerita Maloney re: her son who died on the cliffs in Cove Bay, St. Lucy; and
Other hot topics!
Often times we overlook the things that we are good at because they seem to come to us so naturally. But there could be a great opportunity awaiting through your natural gifts. Join me on Taylored 4 Success and find out more about how you can use your natural talents to elevate your career and business.
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Can we just talk, was phrased by the late Joan Rivers. Today I want to talk about EVERYTHING! Not proclaiming to know anything except Jesus Christ our Lord. Let's talk about our world today, let's talk about our own personal thoughts and let's also talk about Jesus.
Women often struggle with boundary issues. And this has become the reason for much of our stress, pain and anger in our relationships, careers, friendships and parenting. Join us as we discuss the truth about boundaries and how we can free ourselves from this reoccuring struggle.
Defender of The Truth Radio with Pastor/Evangelist and Realist Ryan D McLaughlin
MLM After Hours talks about Network Marketing and MLM News
This special segment on MLM After Hours is worth scheduling in.
MLM After Hours Monday Night 10:00PM Eastern Time
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Peter Mingils will be hosting today show, there are many aspects of this industry that change and evolve and need to be understood and explained. If you want to increase your knowledge, Building Fortunes Radio can help.
April 20th, 2015; 7pm
Founder, Princess Best Speaks & R.O.Y.A.L. Voices
Topic: Intergenerational Conversations about Girls
Princess Best is a multi-faceted artist who has dedicated her many
talents to advocating for the enhancement leadership, health and
communication of young girls and women, She is the founder of Princess
Best Speaks (PBS) and R.O.Y.A.L. Voices (Readying Our Young Aspiring
Leaders. Best's platform and programming focus on expanding the
leadership capacity of the feminine voice of color through hip-hop
theater, storytelling and public speaking.
Her highly engaging presentations speak to the physical, mental and
spiritual wellness of women and girls. Her interactive techniques
cultivate an environment and spirit of sisterhood that ignites
cross-generational and cross-cultural dialogue.
HOT TOPIC MONDAY
You want REAL TALK? Then let's talk about some REAL STUFF.
How would YOU define intimacy?
How do you know if you're really experiencing it or is it figment of your imagination?
What happens when my partner doesn't see it the same way as me?
How do I keep from loosing my cool on this subject?
Can two people experience true intimacy without ever having sex?
If you were to define passion what one word would you use?
How do we find passion?...
What happens when it's gone?
Or, what if it were truly never there?
Do you think passion comes and goes?
If so, why and how to we bring it back?
What does commitment mean to you?
Why should I commit?
Why won't men commit?
Why are more women becoming like men in this area?
Who are you really committing to yourself, other or God?
How do you ensure that your commitments are spiritually sound and not carnally driven?
Michelle Stimpson – Biography
Bestselling, award-winning author Michelle Stimpson has penned more than twenty-five Christian fiction books including traditional bestseller Divas of Damascus Road, the highly acclaimed Falling Into Grace, and Amazon #1 bestseller, Stepping Down. She has also published more than fifty short stories through her educational publishing company, WeGottaRead.com. Michelle holds an English degree from Jarvis Christian College and master’s degree in education from the University of Texas at Arlington. She is a part-time language arts consultant and serves in women’s ministry at her home church, Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship. She and her husband have two young adult children and one crazy dog.
MADNESS MONDAY: MARIJUANA AND BLACK PEOPLE
Marijuana isn't for everybody, however for those who enjoy it I don't see a problem with it. Yes, our black men are being thrown in jails for years for having only a gram on them, but the question is why? Marijuana isn’t a harmful “drug” , in fact it grows from the ground and technically can be considered a plant. But WAIT, why is nasty ass cigarettes legal, but a joint isn’t? The problem is not with weed, the harmless plant, the problem is with the government who is always trying to control any and everything. FUCK THEM .
How do yall feel about marijuana? Do you think it has a negative effect on the black community?
Tonight we're hittin’ yall with 21 facts about Marijuana you never knew.
Tune In at 10 PM PST @ (347) 996-5750 PRESS ONE IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK TO THE HOST
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Tonight, more on Narcissism
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In order for a person to be diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) they must meet five or more of the following symptoms:
Has a grandiose sense of self-importance
Is preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty, or ideal love
Believes that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by, or should associate with, other special or high-status people (or institutions)
Requires excessive admiration
Has a very strong sense of entitlement
Is exploitative of others, e.g., takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends
Lacks empathy, e.g., is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others
Is often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her
Regularly shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes
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