Cultivate strategies for handling career and other (sometimes unexpected) life changes, Executive Life Coach Kate McGuinness advises. During this hour, Kate shares tools she's acquired for successfully weathering transitions. She honed these tools while facing her own career challenges and while earning life coaching certification at the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara, California. The linear path of career change versus the cycle of renewal model of change is one topic Kate explores. Others include 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.
Joie Chen is the latest high-profile TV news reporter to join Al Jazeera America.
She'll discuss the recent shooting of Allen Locke, a Lakota native, who was killed in his own home by the Rapid City, South Dakota police department. The case is under investigation. She also talks about the three Al Jazeera reporters who have been held for over a year in Egypt on dubious charges.
Chen, a 10-year veteran of CNN, who has also worked for CBS Sunday covering the White House, is host of the cable network’s prime-time showcase, “America Tonight.”
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This week's guest on Writers' Voices, Sharon Draper, was a middle and high school English teacher for 25 years. In fact, she was named National Teacher of the Year in 1997. Her first book for young adults, "Tears of a Tiger" was published in 1995 and named one of the top 100 books for young adults for the millenium.
Writers' Voices host Caroline Kilbourn, herself a former high school English teacher, says "Stella By Starlight" should be required reading for all school children. Inspired by the childhoold journal of Draper's grandmother Estelle, who had to quit school in the fifth grade to work on the family farm but continued to write late at night, "Stella by Starlight" is set in 1932 in the fictional town of Bumblebee, NC. Like many of Draper's books, it deals with difficult subjects; the Depression, segregation, the Ku Klux Klan, and voting rights, but told in a way that readers don't even realize they are learning history.
Join us this week on Writers' Voices to learn how this book came to be and why it is so important, why Draper writes for young adults and middle readers, and how she got her first book published.
the psychedelic musical wave of the late 60s has peaked, but its influence lives on. in fact psychedelic music is alive and well today.
this week i'll share psychedelic sounds from the last few years.
to the left is/are tame impala. tripster yes, and they can play, write, and sing with anyone.
still based on recreating the experiences of psychedelic experiences, you may be surprised to hear psychedelic tracks from artists as diverse as r&b sylist janelle monae and country-western uber outlaw, sturgill simpson. not to mention new music from classic trippers, pink floyd.
"Duane's Smooth Jazz"
Bass player and computer programmer DJ Duane Jones fine tuned his ear for jazz playing in jazz bands around the "Windy City" Chicago.
Duane graduated from NorthEastern University with his computer programming degree. While DJing for WZRD and other stations, Duane expanded his mental library of music and really acquired a knack for creating effective set lists.
Enjoy two hours of superior jazz programming from "Duane's Smooth Jazz" twice a week Mondays 2-4pm and Thursdays 1-3am on KRUUfm.com and 100.1 FM in Fairfield IA.
Edgar Froese, founding member of the German electronic group Tangerine Dream, has died in Vienna, aged 70.
Tangerine Dream's psychedelic and trance-like use of synthesiser sound was a significant influence on the development of electronic music.
Froese once said that "there is no death, there is just a change of our cosmic address".
Froese was born on D-Day - 6 June, 1944 - in Tilsit in East Prussia, now the Russian city of Sovetsk. Froese's father and other relatives were killed by the Nazis and the family lost all their belongings in the war. --BBC; To continue reading, click here...
THE WEEK THAT WAS
>The Economy Doesn't Suck, It Just Sucks For You
Richest 1% Percent To Have More Than Rest of Humanity Combined
World economy is worse than thought
Israeli Mossad Goes Rogue, Warns U.S. on Iran Sanctions
>>Rahming It Through
How To Sell Off a City: Welcome to Rahm Emanuel’s Chicago, the privatized metropolis of the future.
ITH DEEP-DIVE: The War Is Over. Long Live The War.
9/11 Forever (and Ever)
Obama’s ‘Mission Unaccomplished’ Moment
The Golden Age of Black Ops: Special Ops Missions Already in 105 Countries in 2015
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Well, I have been informed that due to a coding glitch, last weeks show was #208, and this week #207 will play. So, go back an extra line in the list of playlists, and see what will be playing on the next show. I apologize for the mixup. The good news is, you have some great Canned Heat, Pink Floyd, Blind Faith, Led Zeppelin, and Little People coming up. And here is some even better news: Rainbow Rider #209 is the four year anniversary show, and it is loaded with astonishing and fabulous songs. So mark your calendars for that event. And thanks for listening. Requests? Email me firstname.lastname@example.org. Cool Breeze