Cultivate strategies to achieve life goals, advises Executive Life Coach Kate McGuinness. During this interview, Kate shares tools she's acquired for successfully weathering career and life transitions. She honed these tools while meeting her own career challenges and while earning life coaching certification at the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara, California. Linear path of career changes versus a cycle of renewal model of change is one of the many topics Kate explores. She also covers identifying core values, reframing, experimentation, cocooning, and the role emotion plays during decisionmaking. Kate also shares titles of many books she and her clients consult during times of transition.
DJ Andy Bargerstock shines the spotlight on 2016 albums from experimental, electronic, psychedelic band named Of Montreal (photo top) with lead man Kevin Barnes and Irish singer-songwriter Lisa Hannigan (photo right). Nearly 100% new music never played before on Fringe Toast with first-timers that include No Wyld, Dr. Wu, Adia Victoria, The Normalities, The Free Association, and Electronic Swing Orchestra.
Oh yes, the second hour Chill Zone music will transport you to interstellar regions where brain chemistry is brewed to produce alpha waves. Turn the lights down low and let the waves break over you in delight.
Click here for playlist. Invite friends to join the live stream at www.kruufm.com. The best music you never hear unless you are tuned to Fringe Toast.
14 songs in the realm of the progressive for your enjoyment this weekend. A triple shot of new music for the show by the band Creme Soda. Can and Miles Davis stretching out and delivering a giant sound you can swim around in. Songs I downloaded just for this show by Tom Petty, Fleetwood Mac, and The Troggs. Also, my favorite songs by Marc Benno and The Happenings. All this, and the final Ambush song, all the best to you from Cool Breeze.
When Mary North Allen passed away in 2011, she left behind dozens of versions of her memoir, "Falling Light and Waters Turning: Adventures in Being Human" as well as hundreds of photographs of trees, people, and her signature color photos. She also left boxes of old family papers, some dating back to the 1600's.
Mary North Allen was a pre-med student who loved biology. Later she became a professional nature photographer and photography teacher. She had a life-long love affair with trees.
Ready for some delicious pie? You're in luck! For one-day-only, author Beth Howard is reprising her famous Pitchfork Pie Stand--this time with a popup at Sip Coffeeshop in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa on Saturday, August 27th from noon to 4PM. Beth previously baked and sold pies in the historic American Gothic House made famous by artist Grant Wood. To celebrate Beth's return from her World Piece Pie Tour, we're sharing an interview first aired on The Studio in 2015 to celebrate her cookbook, Ms. American Pie: Buttery Good Pie Recipes and Bold Tales from the American Gothic House. Welcome back, Beth!
THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
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Clinton Foundation will stop accepting foreign and corporate donations if Clinton is elected
Private Prison Companies, Punched in the Gut, Will Keep Most Federal Business
U.S. Concedes $400 Million Payment to Iran Was Delayed as Prisoner ‘Leverage’
US Moves Nuclear Weapons From Turkey to Romania
More U.S. Weapons for the Saudis’ Atrocious War on Yemen
What we can say about the Louisiana floods and climate change
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Sherlock Holmes seems to be having a resurgence, and no one is happier about that than me, unless it is Bonnie MacBird, an avowed Sherlockian enthusiast. "Art in the Blood" is the first in a series of Sherlock Holmes adventures that Bonnie is writing for Harper Collins.
Bonnie has a successful career in the entertainment industry, as a screenwriter, film story editor, and actor. Her first screenplay became the Disney movie "Tron." She teaches screenwriting at UCLA, has won three Emmy awards for documentary filmmaking, and has produced and acted in numerous plays, musicals and films.
"Art in the Blood" is written in the style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, set in Victorian times, but with a somewhat more vulnerable hero than the original. Join us on Writers' Voices to learn more about creating new adventures for an old hero.
We're thrilled to report that Kubo And The Two Strings is opening regionally, including Ottumwa and especially at the Main Street Cinema Theatre in Mt. Pleasant. It's the only theater regionally where you can see it in 3D. Many critics have said 3D enhances the stop-motion action, including your's truely. It's a unique animated audio/visual expression of the Ancient Hero's Journey, an epic story and must-see for any film fan. We highly encourage seeing Kubo in 3D and the Main Street venue is one of the nicest renovated retro theaters in the area, with more eclectic food choices than most.
Kubo And The Two Strings: Arguably one of the most creative and visionary films of its kind, dating back perhaps to Disney in the late 30s and Pixar in the mid-90s. - New York Observer. It's a classic hero's journey full of action and adventure, but it's also an intimate fable about love and loss, magic and memory. - Christy Lemire, RogerEbert.com. The first and last things to be said in this limited space about Kubo and the Two Strings are that it's a showcase for some of the most startlingly beautiful animation in recent and not so recent memory. - Wall Street Journal.
Despite a traditional-seeming quest for a suit of armor and a sword, the film's intrinsic message is all about the transformative powers of music and love. It's a movie the whole family can rock out to. - New York Post. I cannot stress enough how truly stunning the brilliant visuals are in this movie. - Chicago Sun Times. An eye-popping delight that deftly blends colorful folklore with gorgeous, origami-informed visuals to immersive effect. - Hollywood Reporter. Be prepared to cry: it's rare that animation can stir up such deep emotion, but it'll happen, sometimes more than once. - New York Daily News. Staggeringly beautiful and immensely true, this is the best animated film of 2016. - IndieWire.
We'll talk about this, other new releases and more, on the Filmosophers with Chris Busch and Bruce Miller, where we give our filmosophy of the movies and have filmosophical discussions. -Do you ever say anything encouraging? -I encourage you not to die. - Kubo and The Two Strings