• 00:52

    Marisa de los Santos, Mary Norris & Charles Finch

    in Books

    Don't miss the hour we're spending with two New York Times best-selling novelists and a Common Queen. We'll also give away the books we're featuring, as we talk with:



    Marisa de los Santos. Her newly released novel The Precious One tells the story of half-sisters Taisy and Willow, told from their alternating points of view. Brought together by their father, it's a book about family secrets, lost love and dangerous obsession.
    Mary Norris. A copy editor at The New Yorker for more than 30 years, her warm and humorous memoir Between You & Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen is not so much about a need for perfect grammar, but about a love for words and language.
    Charles Finch. His stand-alone novel The Last Enchantments came out in paperback earlier this month. In it, a Yale grad whose work in politics leads to disappointment finds himself caught in a whirlwind of unexpected friendships, and romantic entanglements, that threaten his safe plans.


    Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton. Visit the Literary New England blog for more book giveaways, author talk, event information and to listen to past episodes -- book-tatstic updates posted regularly! 

  • 00:22

    Player Spotlight: Julian Hayes, Monmouth

    in Sports

    Monmouth running back Julian Hayes joins the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show to discuss his pro day preparation at Parabolic Performance in New Jersey, his workout at Yale University and expectations leading up to the 2015 NFL Draft. Hosted by Ric Serritella.

  • 00:06

    Player Spotlight: Julian Hayes, Monmouth

    in Sports

    Small school sleeper Julian Hayes bring all the intangibles to the running back position. He joins host Ric Serritella on the NFL Draft bible pLayer Spotlight Show to discuss his recent pro day workout at Yale University and his prepartion for the 2015 NFL Draft. 

  • 00:55

    Dreamvisions 7 Radio Podcast with Janet Kessenich

    in Spirituality

    Creating a Spirited Life with Janet Kessenich


    Topic: The Consumer Has a Soul: The Whole Person in the Marketplace


     


    When you shop, do you ever feel like you have to leave your soul at the door?


    The consumer in our culture is traditionally viewed by marketers as a statistic and a demographic to be analyzed and manipulated. But, marketing expert and author Tracy Carlson understands the consumer is a whole person - one with feelings, intuition, integrity, and an artistic sensibility.  


    She's identified what's missing from most marketing campaigns and what creates an approach that respectfully treats the consumer as a whole being. We'll discuss how we, as consumers, can recognize the businesses that are bringing the soul into the marketplace on the broadcast of Creating a Spirited Life: The Consumer Has a Soul: The Whole Person in the Marketplace.


     


    Tracy Carlson is Founder & Principal of Right-Brain Brands. She is a seasoned marketing strategist, speaker and advisor who helps companies develop brands that people care about and that inspire loyalty.  Tracy has led some of America’s best-known brands (Dove, Hellmann’s, Wisk) and consulted to many more (including General Mills, Rubbermaid, and Pepsi), and has extensive experience advising startups and small businesses as well. 


    Tracy’s non-traditional background combines equal parts Wharton MBA and unrepentant Yale humanities geek. This hybrid expertise, integrating human-centered right-brain thinking with left-brain analysis and metrics, forms the basis for her new book What Great Brands Know: Unleash Your Right-Brain Genius to Stand Out and Make Customers Care.

  • 01:03

    The Ageless Secret with Chemist Jim Kaszyk

    in Science

    The Ageless Secret with Chemist Jim Kaszyk


    Join Spiritual Intuitive and Consultant, Practical Magic Expert, Human Empowerment Facilitator Certified in Spiritual Psychology; Seminar Author & Facilitator; Awakening Zone Creator and Co-founder; Co-founder and EVP of NLN (N-Light-N) TV/Radio/Media and President and General Manager of NLN Radio, Channel and Host JOE RUMBOLO www.HealingTheUniverse.com as he WELCOMES Chemist and Ageless Secret creator JIM KASZYK www.AgeLessSecret.com


    Jim Kaszyk is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Chemistry. He served as a medical lab tech at the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine during the Vietnam War and went on to become a toxicologist and researcher.


    When his father developed a serious heart condition, Jim became inspired by his father’s preference for holistic and alternative medical solutions to start researching the works of Dr. Richard Gerber, M.D., author of the seminal book Vibrational Medicine, and that of renowned Yale researcher Dr. Harold Burr. 


    In 1989, after founding Kasz Enterprises, Jim created a unique .quantum chemical process named catalyst chemistry, which led to the discovery of new kinds of hair and skin care formulas. Tests showed the skin care product, The Ageless Secret, produced plumping and tightening of the skin partly from the expansion of water.


    In 2014 The William A. Tiller Research Labs proved one of the greatest discoveries in Science, Jim had accidently discovered a new form of Subtle Energy.  Prior to this discovery, Subtle Energy was considered to be a “theoretical energy”. These Subtle Energy discoveries led to a new Theory of Aging...The Subtle Energy Theory of Aging.  Because Subtle Energy is an organizing energy that is vibrating at speeds in excess of the speed light, the implications for science and health and beauty are enormous.

  • 00:33

    Terra Ziporyn: Award-winning author

    in Social Networking

    Internet BlogTalkRadio: "Authors of the Round Table." Wednesday, March 25 at 8 PM (EST) Call TOLL-FREE (323) 792 2931, to listen or participate. Our special guest is Terra Ziporyn, an award winning author, playwright and science writer. Sponsored by afewgoodbookspublishing.com

  • 02:00

    Eastern Bias Takeover: IT'S TOURNEY TIME

    in Sports

    It's tournament time.


    After six months of hockey, 59 hockey teams are whittled down to 16 for the right to call themselves national champions. And with the Frozen Four in our backyard of Boston, this is going to be one of the most exciting and anticipated tournaments in recent memory.


    Both Boston College and Boston University will start their runs out east, with the Eagles slotting against Denver in the Providence, RI regional while the top-seeded Terriers will play the last at-large team in - Yale - in Manchester, NH. There's a local feel to this tournament, one that could conceivably end with the Terriers and Eagles playing in the national championship.


    Tune in live Wednesday at 8 PM as Joe and Shep take over BC Interruption Radio with a live version of Eastern Bias. Call in at 646-200-0446, and let your voice be heard before the teams converge on their regionals for the start of the national tournament. The Race To Boston is on!

  • 01:01

    Healthy Ageing Rocks with Michael Parenti

    in Education

    Today's guest Michael Parenti was born and raised in an Italian-American working class family in New York City. After high school he worked for a number of years then returned to school, eventually earning a B.A. from City College of New York, an M.A. from Brown University, and a Ph.D. in political science from Yale University.


    Michael Parenti is an internationally known award-winning author and lecturer. He is one of the nation’s leading progressive political analysts. His highly informative and entertaining books and talks have reached a wide range of audiences in North America and abroad.


    He is the author of twenty-four books which include;


    The Face of Imperialism (2011)


    God and His Demons (2010)


    The Assassination of Julius Caesar (2003)


    Democracy for the Few, 9th edition (2010)


     He recently published a warmly received "ethnic memoir" entitled Waiting for Yesterday: Pages from a Street Kid's Life.


    Portions of his writings have been translated into some twenty languages. Books and articles of his have been used extensively in college courses and also by lay readers. Over 550 articles of his have appeared in scholarly journals, political periodicals, various magazines, newspapers, books of collected readings, and online publications.


    www.michaelparenti.org


     


    Michael & Theresa info:


    www.healthyageing.rocks


    609-861-2323 


    healthyageingrocks@gmail.com 

  • 00:30

    The Five Basic Principles of Asset Protection w/ Lynda Sands by Jasmine Willois

    in Real Estate

    LYNDA L. SANDS (formerly Moerschbaecher)


    YouTube
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    Lynda L. Sands is known by many as one of the “leading attorneys in North America on the philanthropic transfer of wealth.” She has served the non-profit and philanthropic community for 36 years and has trained more than a generation of financial advisors and planned giving officers. Her career in philanthropic planning began when she joined Bank of America as a tax expert after earning double degrees as a juris doctor and masters in business administration. She then joined Yale University as assistant General Counsel. Two years later, she founded her own law firm in San Francisco, but she retained Yale University as a client for an additional nine years.


    Lynda’s individual clients often are highly successful real estate investors, CEOs of closely held companies or people with personal net worth of $5 million to $100 million who may be seeking to create private foundations or charitable remainder or lead trusts. They also may encounter challenges during administration of such trusts or foundations, or may wish to terminate the trust or foundation. Lynda also works with them to achieve asset protection.


    These organizations may be large or small, but they all share the common goal of developing the most robust philanthropic base of high net worth donors.


    She consults in setting up a solid management structure for developing high net worth prospects, creates sound marketing and strategic plans for major, endowment and planned gifts, presents training workshops for board, staff and advisors, and structures high net worth gifts for the organization or in conjunction with its staff. She has directly created or assisted in creating over a billion dollars in charitable gifts for her clients.


     

  • 01:41

    LOC'D TALK RADIO SHOW FEATURING " AKINTUNDE AHMAD

    in Culture

    TTENTION LOC KINGS AND LOC QUEENS......Tonight's Loc'd Talk Radio Show hosted by Nina of @menwithlocs and myself aka @yanniethelocologist will be a great one that you don't want to miss.  Our guests are very talented young Loc King by the name of @akintundeahmad and his Queen Mother. He's been featured on several tv networks including the Ellen Show. With a 5.0 GPA @akintundeahmad excels at both academics and sports and was offered entry to all of the top universities in the country.  Growing up in the Rastafarian culture and lifestyle  @akintundeahmad now attends Yale University.  Tonight we'll be talking to this remarkable young man that continues to be a very positive influence in the Loc Community and for young Black Men. You don't want to miss tonight's show as we discuss how Loc King @akintundeahmad shatters all stigmas and stereotypes that society and the media  has placed upon the Loc Culture and the Loc Lifestyle. Be inspired by his story and Loc journey. Tonight's show starts at @ 9pm Eastern time.  You can tune in by clicking on the link in our @_locology_ bio or calling @ 646-787-8096.  Feel free to share or tagg others in this post and remember to follow ???????????????????? Loc King @akintundeahmad ??????????????????????????????????????????


    LOCOLOGY : THE STUDY, THE KNOWLEDGE, THE GROWTH

  • 00:22

    A Little bit of East, a little bit of West, a whole lot of Reena

    in Culture

    Indian-American composer, Reena Esmail, is a graduate of Juilliard and has a masters from the Yale School of Music. She was a recipient of a Fulbright-Nehru grant for the 2011-2012 year and studied Hindustani vocal music in New Delhi, India. She was selected as a 2011 INK Fellow to speak about her work at the INK Conference (in association with TED) in Jaipur, with additional speaking engagements in Chennai, Delhi and Goa. Her work draws elements from both Western and Hindustani (North Indian) classical music.


    Her primary teachers have included Susan Botti, Aaron Jay Kernis, Christopher Theofanidis and Martin Bresnick, Christopher Rouse and Samuel Adler. . Her most recent Hindustani vocal studies have been with Srimati Lakshmi Shankar and Saili Kalyanpur in Los Angeles, CA.


    She has won numerous awards, including the Walter Hinrichsen Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters (with forthcoming publication of a work by C.F. Peters) and two ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards. She is currently a Post- Residential doctoral candidate at the Yale School of Music. Reena’s doctoral thesis, entitled Finding Common Ground: Uniting Practies in Hindustani and Western Art Musicians explores the methods and challenges of the collaborative process between Hindustani musicians and Western composers.


    For the 2010-11 season, she was the conductor and arranger for Yale’s Hindi a cappella group, Sur et Veritaal.  Her commissions include: Teen Murti, for string orchestra, Curiosity for the Pasadena Master Chorale, Tuttarana for Mount Holyoke Glee Club, and Vishwas for the Albany Symphony and bharatanatyam dancer Sisira Gorthala. Reena’s recent film work includes scores for Kali Juger Kumbh, a Bengali film by Ashish Avikunthak and Radha, by Rupeshi Shah.


    Reena currently lives in Los Angeles, California. 

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