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Big Blend Radio: Happy Hour - People, Music & Business

Big Blend Radio: Happy Hour - People, Music & Business

Update: 2018-02-08
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Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Parks & Travel Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Happy Hour variety show!
On This Episode:
- Who Can Ruin You Life? Licensed clinical social worker, family law specialist and mediator Bill Eddy discusses his new book, “5 TYPES OF PEOPLE WHO CAN RUIN YOUR LIFE: Identifying and Dealing with Narcissists, Sociopaths, and Other High-Conflict Personalities”.
- Parting Is - Following three acclaimed CDs with his group Burnt Belief, Jon Durant has returned with his first solo album since 2011's “Dance of the Shadow Planets.” Hear about “Parting Is”, his a completely solo guitar album.
- The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business - Forbes.com contributing writer Elaine Pofeldt talks about the solo-entrepreneurial insights in her new book, “The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business: Make Great Money. Work the Way You Like. Have the Life You Want.”
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Big Blend Radio: Genealogy Success Insider with Holly T. Hansen
Join hosts Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Magazines, for Big Blend Radio’s 3rd Friday Family History show, featuring Holly T. Hansen “Miss Holly GenTeacher.”As President & Founder of Family History Expos, Inc., Holly has been instrumental in helping thousands understand the principles, strategies, and sources they can use to trace their roots in today's ever-changing technological environment. She is the mastermind behind more than 50 Family History Expos and numerous Retreats. She is dedicated to helping individuals and families, one-on-one, with their personal research needs. Currently, she is involved creating podcasts, webinars, and video presentations to help people move forward in their family history endeavors from the comforts of home.Holly's titles include author, lecturer, editor, and publisher. She has produced more than 100 unique syllabus and class handout books for Family History Expos attendees. She is a former editor of Everton's Genealogical Helper magazine, editor of the 10th & 11th editions of The Handybook for Genealogists, with over 1 million copies sold. She authored The Directory of North American Railroads, Trekking for Ancestors, and co-authored a series of 16 family history interview books entitled Celebrating and Capturing the Memories, and 26 in-depth Research Guides. Read Holly's Q&A on BlendRadioandTV.com. Featured music is ‘Please Remember Me’, the title track to the Ted DeGrazia album available at DeGrazia Gallery in the Sun.
Big Blend Radio: Let My People Vote
While media pundits and other experts debate the impact Russia had on the 2016 election, a riveting short documentary exposing the harsh voter suppression laws that prohibit 6.1 million Americans from voting, is fast becoming a rallying call for youth to participate in the midterm elections. Filmed in Tampa, 2 days before the 2016 presidential election, this verité short covers a day-in-the-life of civil rights activist, Desmond Meade. It's Sunday, “Souls to the Polls,” the last day of early voting. Desmond is canvasing door to door. His mission? “Assisting people in voting - something our "forefathers marched and died for." On this episode of Big Blend Radio, acclaimed film director Gilda Ann Brasch discusses Let My People Vote, the 2018 award winning short documentary on voter suppression released through her media start-up, VUSI Filmworks. An award-winning producer and director, Brasch tells tales of underdog heroes. She helped produce and direct Oprah Winfrey's ABC primetime special, "Building A Dream," the acclaimed documentary on The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy in South Africa. Most recently Brasch executive produced five seasons of VH1's hit franchise "Love & Hip Hop." Inspired after meeting Nelson Mandela in South Africa, and filming in his prison cell of 27 years, Brasch founded VUSI Filmworks with a focus on filmmaking for social change.This episode was sponsored by the National Parks Arts Foundation who creates unique artist-in-residence programs in park units within the National Parks Service.
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Big Blend Radio: Happy Hour - People, Music & Business

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