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This Guest Has Created a Way to Help Victims of Terrorism More Effectively

Oklahoma City, April 19, 1995. New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, PA, September 11, 2001. Boston, April 15, 2013. In those cities and on those days, terror struck. Today, many thousands continue to cope with the consequences. K.T. Penn contends more can be done to help terror victims, a designation he says should include not […]

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Meet the Characters of The Wizard of Dark Street

Wizards, Faeries and Evil-Doers Harry Potter has Ron and Hermione, Bilbo Baggins has Gandalf the Grey, and now there’s Deacon – a talking raven with an encyclopedic brain and the newest, trustiest, bestest friend forever – to 12-year-old wizard Oona Crate, and star of the Wizard of Dark Street book series. Created by film and […]

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Branson … Buffett … Bloomberg: Why They’re Successful While Other People Just as Smart, Aren’t

They’re synonymous with power and achievement. But high-profile leaders in the corporate world, finance and politics — like Buffett, Branson, Bloomberg and others we hear about every day — are not necessarily the smartest at what they do. So what makes them different? What vaults them to such amazing stratospheres of success? Find out when […]

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Former Priest Reveals the Church’s Power-Mad Underbelly That Continues to Drive Parishioners Away

For Tom Kane becoming a priest was the realization of lifelong goal. Staying one was another matter. For 10 years he struggled with the authoritarian, man-made laws and pronouncements of an impersonal Church leadership remote from the plight of the people. Kane realized that those power-hungry leaders had only one aim in mind – the preservation […]

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Why Blacks Need to Know About African Society Before Slavery

February Is Black History Month Among last year’s critically acclaimed and most watched movies was 12 Years a Slave, an unsparing look at one man’s forced servitude during pre-Civil War times. While no one can argue that the slavery story isn’t an important one, Catana Tully, a retired professor of ethnic studies, would like to […]

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5 Critical Secrets to Surviving Health-Care Reform

While politicians argue about who’s to blame for the Obamacare mess, one thing is clear: Our health-care system will never be the same and all of us have to cope with those changes right now. To cut through the myths and confusion, your audience needs the advice of industry insider and health insurance coach Jim Skinner. […]

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Why You May Need to Go Into Couples Therapy with Your Smartphone:

Interview Cheeky TV Humorist Jan Marshall to Rock Your Audience! Want to help listeners forget about holiday bills? The weather outside that’s frightful? Bungled New Year’s resolutions? while boosting ratings, laughter and buzz for your show? START 2014 RIGHT with This Been Around the Block TV Humorist Then Jan Marshall will have audiences laughing, calling-in, […]

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Don’t Allow Your Fears to Keep You Imprisoned Forever … Say NO to Your Inner Critic

Starting with the New Year Chances are you’re framing New Year’s resolutions to make a fresh start. Life mentor Tom Gagliano says now’s the ideal time to thwart your “inner critic” before it can further sabotage you or keep you captive with paralyzing uncertainties and inadequacies. Invite Gagliano on-air to explain: That troublesome voice within […]

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