Headlined Guests that have appeared on BBS Radio TV
Kaya Rhee is fifteen years old and is debuting as a singer-songwriter with the live performance of “One Day at a Time”, a song she was inspired to write during a magical music course at Coherence Education.
When apart from her guitar, Kaya can be found maneuvering a catamaran, revising another version of her novel, giving a hand to her sparring partner, or kneading sourdough.
Dr. Armstrong is Professor of Surgery with Tenure at the University of Southern California. Dr. Armstrong holds a Master of Science in Tissue Repair and Wound Healing from the University of Wales College of Medicine and a PhD from the University of Manchester College of Medicine, where he was appointed Visiting Professor of Medicine. He is founder and co-Director of the Southwestern Academic Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA).
Dr. Armstrong has produced more than 650 peer-reviewed research papers in dozens of scholarly medical journals as well as over 110 books or book chapters. He is founding co- Editor of the American Diabetes Association’s Clinical Care of the Diabetic Foot, now entering its fourth edition.
Armstrong is Director of USC’s National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Center to Stream Healthcare in Place (C2SHiP.org) which places him at the nexus of the merger of consumer electronics, wearables and medical devices in an effort to maximize hospital-free and activity-rich days.
Dr. Armstrong was selected as one of the first six International Wound Care Ambassadors and is the recipient of numerous awards and degrees by universities and international medical organizations including the inaugural Georgetown Distinguished Award for Diabetic Limb Salvage. In 2008, he was the 25th and youngest-ever member elected into the Podiatric Medicine Hall of Fame. He was the first surgeon to be appointed University Distinguished Outreach Professor at the University of Arizona. He was the first podiatric surgeon to become a member of the Society of Vascular Surgery and the first US podiatric surgeon named fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow. He is the 2010 and youngest ever recipient of the ADA’s Roger Pecoraro Award, the highest award given in the field.
Dr. Armstrong is past Chair of Scientific Sessions for the ADA’s Foot Care Council, and a past member of the National Board of Directors of the American Diabetes Association. He sits on the Infectious Disease Society of America’s (IDSA) Diabetic Foot Infection Advisory Committee and is the US appointed delegate to the International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot. Dr. Armstrong is the founder and co-chair of the International Diabetic Foot Conference (DF-Con), the largest annual international symposium on the diabetic foot in the world. He is also the Founding President of the American Limb Preservation Society (ALPS), a medical and surgical society dedicated to building interdisciplinary teams to eliminate preventable amputation in the USA and worldwide.
As a former army paratrooper and rigger, I furthered my skills by successfully completing the police academy and embarking on a fulfilling career as a full-time police officer. I am proudly serving in the police department of my hometown, where I grew up and attended school. Alongside my law enforcement duties, I have also ventured into various creative endeavors. I have authored five books. Furthermore, I host a captivating weekly live broadcast, Black & Blue, where I engage with my audience and share motivational messages.
Dr. Tobias Consmüller is the Chief Scientific Officer at Betterguards Technology, overseeing all product validation, regulatory, and scientific affairs. He has a background in mechanical and medical engineering and a Ph.D. in biomechanics and worked for over a decade in the medical device industry, focusing on clinical research and product management.
Betterguards is a next-generation sports technology company designed to provide athletes with responsive ankle stabilization with a full range of motion. The company's technology protects against sudden ankle twisting or rolling without sacrificing freedom of movement to deliver innovative solutions to protect athletes, thereby enabling customers to enhance performance and reduce the risk of injuries with its intelligent ankle brace.
Dr James Stoxen DC., FSSEMM (hon) is the president of Team Doctors® Treatment and Training Center Chicago, one of the most recognized treatment centers in the world.
Dr Stoxen is a #1 International Bestselling Author of the book, The Human Spring Approach to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. He has lectured at more than 15 medical conferences on his Human Spring Approach to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, 7 lectures where he was the keynote speaker. Editors from over 30 peer review medical journals have asked Dr Stoxen to publish his research on The Human Spring Approach to thoracic outlet syndrome specifically. Dr Stoxen’s publishing company, Masters Academy Publishing published the book which is a #1 best seller in 8 countries.
He has been asked to submit his other research on the human spring approach to treatment, training and prevention in over 250 peer review medical journals. (6) He serves as the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Orthopedic Science and Research (7) and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Dermatology and Aging. He is the Executive Editor or the Journal of Trauma and Acute Care, (8) Chief Editor, Advances in Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Journal (9) and editorial board for over 40 peer review medical journals.
He is a much sought-after speaker both to the general public and at CME credentialed medical conferences. He has given over 1000 live presentations and lectured at over 70 medical conferences to over 50,000 doctors in more than 20 countries. He has been invited to speak at over 400 medical conferences in over 50 international cities in 30 countries. He has been invited as the keynote speaker at over 60 medical conferences.
After his groundbreaking lecture on the Integrated Spring-Mass Model at the World Congress of Sports and Exercise Medicine he was presented with an Honorary Fellowship Award by a member of the royal family, the Sultan of Pahang. This honorary fellowship was awarded for his distinguished research and contributions to the advancement of Sports and Exercise Medicine on an International level. He was awarded a second honorary fellowship in 2017 by the formation of the Society of Sports and Exercise Medicine.
In 1986 he was appointed the team physician for the American Powerlifting Association National Team, treating these world class athletes at every national and world championship until 1992. In 1987 he served as the doctor to the US national team in the first competitions against the Soviet Union USSR. In 1988 he organized the first sports medicine course in the former Soviet Union USSR at the famed National Institute of Physical Culture and Sports Medicine in Moscow.
Dr Stoxen won the state title in Armwrestling in Arizona and Nevada. In 1987 he was appointed the team doctor for all national and world championships for the American Armwrestling Association. In 1988 Introduced Armwrestling to Eastern Europe and USSR through negotiations with the USSR Ministry of Sport. He then organized the first competitions between the US and eastern block countries in the former Soviet Union USSR. From 1986 to 1992 he was official team doctor at over 60 national and world championships treating close to 1000 national and world champions athletes in many amateur and professional sports.
He was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame in 2008 and the Personal Trainers Hall of Fame in 2012. In 2012 he was appointed to serve on Appointed to the Advisory Board for the American Board of Anti-Aging Health Practitioners (ABAAHP) and The American Board of Anti-Aging /Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM). He has also been appointed to the Advisory Board for the International Sports Hall of Fame. In 2021 he was presented with a certificate of appreciation and an Honorary Membership in the Libyan Society for Hand Surgery.
Dr Stoxen has a big reputation in the entertainment industry working as a doctor for over 150 tours of elite entertainers, caring for over 1000 top celebrity entertainers and their handlers. He has been hired to work for some of the biggest concert tours such as the Michael Buble World Tour in 2006 and 2019, the Iron Maiden Tour in 2006 and, 2012 and 2017, The Bette Midler Tour in 2015, The New Kids On The Block Tour in 2006 and 2015, the Dancing With the Stars Tour 2007 and 2015, the Leonard Cohen Tour in 2009, the Brittney Spears Tour in 2009, the Steely Dan tours of 2008 and 2009, the Beyonce & Robin Thicke Tour in 2007, the Hannah Montana and Jonas Brothers Tour in 2007, the Kenny Chesney and Sugarland Tour in 2007, the Faith Hill/Tim McGraw & Taylor Swift Tour in 2007, the Tony Hawk Tours of 2006 and 2007, three tours with the American Idols in 2006, 2007 and 2008, the Cirque Du Soleil, Delirium Tour in 2007, The Aerosmith/Motley Crue Tour in 2006, again the The Aerosmith/Lenny Kravitz Tour in 2006, the Alicia Keys Tour/John Legend Tour in 2005, the Kanye West/Fantasia Tour in 2005 and the Kanye West Glow in the Dark Tour in 2008, the So You Think You Can Dance? Tour in 2006, the Mariah Carey/Sean Paul Tour in 2006, the Dolly Parton Tour in 2005, the Michael Flately’s Celtic Tiger Tour in 2005, the Justin Timberlake Tour in 2006, the John Fogerty/Willie Nelson Tour in 2006, the Ringling Brothers Barnam and Baily Circus Tour in 2006 ten tours with the Wiggles Tours in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2997, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 and over 100 more tours not on this list.
Anthony Field or the popular children’s entertainment group, The Wiggles, wrote a book, How I Got My Wiggle Back which was published by Wiley and Harper Collins Publishing. The book detailed Anthony’s struggles with the chronic pain and clinical depression he struggled with for years until he was treated by Dr Stoxen. At that time Anthony stated he was suicidal and thanked Dr Stoxen for saving his career and his life.
Dr Stoxen’s interests are in working in materials science, advanced biological/biomedical materials, polymer and metallic biomaterials, materials synthesis for “active” medical, i.e. therapeutic and sports applications. He recently accepted an invitation to speak at the 2nd International Meet on Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering will be held in Valencia, Spain during April 17-19, 2023.
Physicians Medical Technologies does business as Team Doctors®, a medical device company that provides high end vibration massage tools. In 2012, the Massage Assist Pro was cleared by the FDA. Today the Massage Assist® is sold in 13 countries. In late 2019, Team Doctors launched the Vibeassage® which was cleared by the FDA in 2019 and has sold thousands of units around the world.
Dr Stoxen is the CEO and founder of Physicians Medical Technologies. During the Covid 19 pandemic Dr Stoxen was instrumental in providing sourcing 4.5 tons or over 1,000,000 NIOSH approved, nitrile gloves, over 250,000 NIOSH approved N95 masks hospitals, healthcare providers and the public through his contacts in medicine internationally during the PPE shortage.
Dr Stoxen was interviewed on CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, and many other media outlets around the world about the Integrated Spring-Mass Model and Human Spring Approach to how to examine, treat and train the human body as an integrated spring.
Dr Stoxen can be reached directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
“Uniting people through the art form of Jazz” – Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace™
Jazz for Peace™ rose from the ashes of the horrifying tragedy of 9/11 starting with a poem written by acclaimed Jazz Pianist, Vocalist, Composer and Founder Rick DellaRatta that was written witnessing those very events on a rooftop less than a quarter of a mile away from Ground Zero on that fateful morning.
Six Unprecedented Achievements in Jazz
UNITED NATIONS CONCERT – For the first time in Music history, a single musical event plays a prominent role in World history. In 2002 Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace performed at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City leading a band consisting of Middle Eastern (both Arab and Israeli), European, Asian, and American jazz musicians in concert for an international audience. This exceptional contribution to the advancement of Jazz has now also become a memorable part of World History as detailed below.
UNITING WORLD LEADERS – This event and Benefit Concert Series has united more world leaders and prestigious supporters than any other previous musical event including Woodstock and Live Aid combined making this another exceptional contribution to the advancement of Jazz.
UNPRECEDENTED FUNDING FOR OVER 850 OUTSTANDING CAUSES worldwide through a Benefit Concert Series that is now considered The Most Significant Cultural Event of Our Time! While “Uniting people through the art form of Jazz”, another first in both Jazz and Music History making this an exceptional contribution for the advancement of Jazz.
HELPING CHILDREN – His dedication to helping children (“our future”) via his Education Series & Instrument Donation Program is truly an exceptional contribution through the advancement of Jazz as detailed in the links below while at the same time using this platform to promoting musicians rights via his partnership with the Local 802 and other musicians unions.
UNPRECEDENTED MUSICAL PERFORMANCE – Achieving each of these goals because the most unprecedented quality of all: THE MUSIC! (Click on videos for the Music!) This Unique Combination of Vocals in both English and Portuguese along with Virtuoso Piano Playing and Outstanding Compositions featuring both Latin and Brazilian rhythms makes Rick DellaRatta ”one of the most unique and exciting live performances in music today!” Through his worldwide performances which have included taking Jazz both figuratively and literally where it has never been before, Rick is widely considered one of only a handful of Jazz Artists who can make a successful musical presentation to a large audience without having to abandon the true art form of Jazz.
SUCCESSFULLY BRINGING THE ART FORM OF JAZZ TO PEOPLE FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME.
In addition to his Jazz for Peace CD which features this unique artist at Birdland and Troy Music Hall with the worlds finest Jazz Musicians (Eddie Gomez, Lenny White, and Paquito D’Rivera) along with The London Symphony Orchestra.
Having performed with everyone from Dizzy Gillespie to Paquito D’ Rivera, Rick DellaRatta is now considered by many to be one of the finest Singer/Pianists performing today and one of only a handful of Jazz Artists who can make a successful musical presentation to a large audience without having to abandon the true art form of Jazz. His unique and original piano playing and composing has been compared in print to Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter, Bill Evans, McCoy Tyner, Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul, Horace Silver, Oscar Peterson and Thelonius Monk while his signature vocal sound and style has been likened to Chet Baker, Billie Holiday, Joao Gilberto, Ivan Lins, Michael Franks and Antonio Carlos Jobim.
His current “Rick DellaRatta and Jazz for Peace World Tour” has included historic performances in the US, Europe, Africa and Brazil and his landmark Jazz for Peace concert at the United Nations in New York in 2002 uniting Israeli, Palestinian and American musicians in concert is now considered one of the most significant cultural events of our time! This U.N. Concert has led to a benefit concert series that has gone on to raise funds, publicity and awareness for over 700 non-profit organizations, garnered support and praise from distinguished Americans such as President Barack Obama, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Senator John McCain, Congressman Dennis Kucinich, activist Noam Chomsky, actor Ed Begley Jr., New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and many more; and attended and enjoyed by ambassadors, celebrities, humanitarians, and music lovers worldwide! Jazz pianist, vocalist and composer Rick DellaRatta was included by The Foundation Center in their list of the top musician philanthropists of our time along with Bono (U2), Elton John, Peter Gabriel and Sting.
Brigitte Mars is an herbalist and nutritional consultant of Natural Health with over fifty years of experience. She teaches Herbal Medicine at Naropa University and has taught at Omega Institute, Esalen, Kripalu, Sivananda Yoga Ashram, Envision, Tribal Visions, Unify, Sister Winds, Arise Festivals, and even The Mayo Clinic. She is a founding and professional member of the American Herbalist Guild.
Brigitte is the author of many books and DVDs, including The Natural First Aid Handbook, Natural Remedies for Mental and Emotional Health, The Country Almanac of Home Remedies, The Desktop Guide to Herbal Medicine, Beauty by Nature, Addiction Free Naturally, The Sexual Herbal, Healing Herbal Teas, Rawsome! and co-author of The HempNut Cookbook. Her latest project is a phone app called IPlant and an online Herbal Healing Course through https://sevenroots.com/herbal Brigitte is also a psychedelic sitter and end-of-life doula.
The early 20th century was unforgiving on many women. Writer Celia Ryker’s grandmother was one such woman who had more than her fair share of a hard life. Ryker has written a powerful, insightful novel (Augusta) based on the exploits and overwhelming challenges her grandmother faced during the Depression.
Raised on a hard-knock farm in Arkansas and married off to the father of one of her classmates at the age of 13, lead-character Augusta was not set up for a life of bliss. Then, abandoned by her second husband in 1920s Detroit, with four children to provide for and only an eighth-grade education, she is forced into a decision that will haunt her forever.
From the author of Walking Home: Trail Stories, Ryker's Augusta is gripping historical fiction based on the true, against-the-odds story of her grandmother, a woman who fled the hardships of the Ozarks at the turn of the 20th century for a new city, and a chance at a better life. She had to confront the kind of poverty that you can almost smell, the kind that is in the background of the Neapolitan novels by Elena Ferrante and The Grapes of Wrath. All three novels tell us that poverty has to do with a lot more than money. Self-worth is measured differently by the poor, so are luxury, duty, comfort, and success. The poor are snared by forces outside their control.
Some readers might find this a heroic story, but there were millions of farm folk like Augusta at the beginning of the 20th century. They did what they needed to do to survive. Men were sheared of their dignity when they lost the farm or lost a job, and couldn’t support their families. Like Augusta’s two husbands, they often turned to alcohol in their shame. The women made do, taking responsibility for the children.
Her particular struggle was common in the early 1900s: Marriage at 13, children born as they came, a move from the farm to the grinding, dirty, dangerous city, and meeting new immigrants who had fled similar hardships.
Details carry the story and are constantly surprising. The reader learns how the first washing machines worked, how unwelcome a hospital birth was after knowing the intimacy and convenience of having your baby at home, and what tenements were like.
Historical novels require strong characters with heart -- and Augusta’s heart shines through a life filled with adversity. Augusta puts her head down and does what must be done to provide for her children. Her unshrinking strength is an inspiration.
Ryker's previous book, Walking Home: Trail Stories, is about more than mud, sweat, and blisters while distance hiking the Long Trail. Reminiscent of Cheryl Strayed's Wild, Ryker's mind wanders as her legs carry her forward, beyond a woodland path, to places and people she thought she had forgotten. Her grandmother's spirit appears on Mount Baker. A lost cousin waits for her at the bottom of every ladder. Her late father's words reverberate among the calls of barred owls. There were days when she didn't see another hiker, but she was never alone. Ryker began writing about a difficult hike and ended up writing about the people who inspired her throughout her life. These are her "trail stories."
“Augusta shows women everywhere that no matter how hard one’s journey is, the key is to keep moving, and to not let one’s past or rough start dictate their life’s outcome,” concludes Ryker.
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Roger Nelson, PhD, is Director of the Global Consciousness Project (GCP). He studied physics and sculpture at the University of Rochester, and experimental psychology at New York University and Columbia. He is the author or co-author over 100 technical papers and two books, Connected: the Emergence of Global Consciousness, and Der Welt-Geist: wie wir alle miteinander verbunden sind (German) with Georg Kindel.
He was Professor of Psychology at Johnson State College in northern Vermont, and in 1980 joined Princeton University’s PEAR lab to coordinate research. His focus is on human consciousness, mental interactions, anomalous information transfer, and effects on physical systems by individuals and groups. He created the GCP in 1997, building a world-spanning random number generator network designed to gather evidence of coalescing global consciousness.
He is a Fellow of the Institute of Noetic Sciences in Petaluma, California. He is married to Reinhilde (Lefty) Luedtke and has one son, Greg. He lives in Princeton, NJ, USA.
Sherry Rayn Barnett – Founder of the Band / Electric Guitar Player / Vocals
Suzanna Spring – Main Lead Singer / Songwriter / Acoustic Guitar
Holly Montgomery – Bass Player / Vocals
Aubrey Richmond – Fiddle Player / Vocals
Suzanne Morissette Cruz – Drummers / Vocals
Back when the Palomino was ground zero for the post-cowpunk California country scene, the Mustangs were a young, all-girl band who were long on chops and strong on harmonies. In a world where Jim Lauderdale and Buddy Miller shared a band, Lucinda Williams, Rosie Flores and the late Candye Kane had a roots, rockabilly and blues take on country and you never knew if Dave Alvin or Dwight Yoakam might show up at Ronnie Mack’s Barn Dance, The Mustangs made their debut at The Pal. They had a beautiful sound, making original music that was equal parts Emmylou Harris and Stevie Nicks, mixed with the three- and four-part harmonies reminiscent of The Eagles.
Following their debut at The Palomino, The Mustangs were named the Southern California Country Music Vocal Group of the Year. Headlining around L.A., the band was discovered and invited to play in Europe and Scandinavia, touring the US and Europe three times. The Mustangs played clubs and festivals, including SXSW and the renowned Roskilde Festival in Denmark.
Members of the group parted ways in the mid-90s to pursue other musical interests, following their hearts to different parts of the country. Lead vocalist/songwriter and acoustic guitarist Suzanna Spring relocated to Nashville, where she worked as a staff songwriter for EMI Music and Bluewater Music, and wrote the radio single, “Time,” for country recording artist Doug Stone. Spring later released a solo album, winning Music Row Magazine’s Discovery Award. She has performed at The Bluebird Cafe, Tin Pan South, as a featured artist on WPLN’S “Songwriter Sessions’, and as a representative of NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International), she performed for members of Congress in Washington, DC. Lead guitarist Sherry Rayn Barnett, a concert photographer since her teenage years in NYC, saw her work featured in Rolling Stone and The New York Times. Her first book of concert photography, the widely-praised “Eye of the Music,” was published in 2020. Bassist/vocalist Holly Montgomery headed to the east coast and successfully pursued a career as a solo artist and studio musician, releasing two acclaimed solo CDs. Her latest album, SORRY FOR NOTHING, was released on Los Angeles-based label KZZ Music in 2022.
The Mustangs began their renewal in 2017. Remembering how strong their sound was, the three original members of the group reconnected, with a new name, Mustangs Of The West. They added two dynamic new players to complete the line-up: Canadian drummer Suzanne Morissette, and violinist/vocalist Aubrey Richmond from Shooter Jennings’s band. Barnett was soon sizing up potential record labels to find the new band a musical home. After hearing the band rehearse at Clear Lake Audio, Los Angeles label Blue Élan Records offered the band a deal on the spot.
Mustangs Of The West’s 2020 album release on Blue Élan Records, “TIME”, was produced by Mark Howard (Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Lucinda Williams, Emmylou Harris, U2). “TIME” received acclaim from the San Francisco Chronicle, Americana Highways, Goldmine Magazine, No Depression, Pulse, Guitar Girl Magazine, renowned Nashville journalist Holly Gleason, and many other music writers.
As the music business slowly recovered from COVID shutdowns, Kirk Pasich, the visionary founder of Blue Élan, started new music imprint KZZ Music. Mustangs Of The West joined him at the new label. The result is “SEA OF HEARTBREAK” to be released in July 2023.
Co-produced by Pasich and Irish producer Colin Devlin, the album is a powerful showcase for the vocals of Spring, Montgomery, Richmond and Morissette, with the atmospheric signature sounds of electric guitarist Barnett and some incredibly beautiful violin work from Richmond.
Coming full circle, band members Spring and Barnett were recently interviewed for the upcoming documentary “Palomania”, adding their stories to the rich musical history of The Palomino club. “Crooked Road”, a song written by Spring and the late Rusty Young from Poco, is also a featured track on the album “MY FRIEND: A TRIBUTE TO RUSTY YOUNG”, debuting in the Top 10 on the Billboard Compilation albums chart.
Dr. Furlich produces research with the goal of understanding human behaviors. In particular, he focuses on the analysis and comprehension of communication behaviors both personally and professionally. Two particular areas are those communication behaviors that often go unnoticed and those communication behaviors that people can intentionally communicate to achieve their goals. His work heavily emphasizes the benefit of applying academic research: it is not enough to only learn about communication. Developing nonverbal communication skills to communicate more effectively is vital. His most recent research interest is exploring the role of biology and communication. His perspective is that only focusing on social influences limits understanding. One's biology influences their communication and their communication influences their biological reactions.
Dr. Furlich has published two books, both of which were Amazon #1 bestsellers in their respective categories. Additionally, he has presented his research on national television, national radio and national podcasts. In his free time, he enjoys working out, watching sports, traveling and reading to learn more about human behaviors, spirituality and Christianity.
Ph.D, Higher Education, Texas Tech University
M.A., Communication Studies, Texas Tech University
B.A., Psychology, Texas Tech University
John is a retired police chief with over 20 years in law enforcement. He worked as a municipal officer, State Trooper and Police Chief in New Hampshire. After retiring John consulted and facilitated focus groups and educational workshops in equity, mental wellness, resilience, and organizational development. John regularly presents on wellness, social justice causes, and police-community relations. He was featured in the 2019 Nantucket Project documentary film “The Box”. In his spare time John enjoys riding bikes, cross-country skiing, performing comedy, and recently thought it would be a good idea to take up Jiu Jitsu. John is a consultant at The Center for Policing Equity.
Eli Friedman, M.D., FACC, is a medical and sports cardiologist at Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute, a part of Baptist Health South Florida. Dr. Friedman serves as the Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute’s medical director of sports cardiology. Dr. Friedman joined Miami Cardiac & Vascular Institute from Memorial Health System. There, he served as the chief of cardiac services at Memorial Regional Hospital and the system’s medical director of sports cardiology. Dr. Friedman is the cardiologist for the Women’s Tennis Association, team cardiologist for the Florida Panthers of the National Hockey League, Inter Miami CF of Major League Soccer, and for numerous local colleges and universities. He serves as a cardiology consultant to the United States Tennis Association's Sports Science Committee and is an advisory sports cardiologist for the Broward County Public Schools Sports Medicine & Student Wellness Committee. Since 2018, he has helped develop the Heart of a Champion program which teaches trainees – including coaches, student-athletes and athletic administrators – how to recognize and respond to cardiac arrest in a sports setting. His research has been published in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services and Congestive Heart Failure. He has also co-authored educational content for the American College of Cardiology. Dr. Friedman’s approach to patient care is to spend as much time – if not more – listening to his patients than talking. By doing so, he can incorporate each person’s beliefs, opinions and thoughts into a treatment plan instead of a “one-size-fits-all” approach. He believes it is everyone’s right to feel as good as possible. He considers it is his job to do everything he can to help by using the skills he’s been privileged to learn. When he is not treating patients, Dr. Friedman enjoys spending time with his family, running, cycling and training.
My guest Gail Lynn is a renowned visionary, inventor, and pioneer in the realm of frequency healing, celebrated for her ground-breaking creation, the Harmonic Egg. This innovative sound and light frequency chamber, designed with the aim of fostering holistic healing and wellness, stands as a testament to Gail's visionary approach to promoting mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. She is the author of ‘Unlocking the Ancient Secrets to Healing: Why science is looking to the past for the future of medicine’. Gail's journey was born out of personal adversity. In 2007, at the age of 37, Gail faced a life-altering diagnosis of severe cardiovascular stress, a condition wrought by the relentless stress of two challenging relationships and three fiercely competitive careers in the automotive, telecommunications, and film industries. This critical turning point spurred her to explore alternative paths to restore her health. Immersing herself in the realm of energy medicine, Gail experienced a profound shift in her well-being through a series of whole-body light and sound treatments. Determined to unlock the ancient wisdom and modern science underpinning these therapies, she embarked on a journey that led her to establish a light and sound healing center in Colorado in 2010. Gail's pursuit of knowledge culminated in the creation of the Harmonic Egg, an immersive healing chamber that integrates cutting-edge light and sound technologies with the principles of sacred geometry and Tesla mathematics. This innovative approach has propelled frequency healing to unprecedented levels, offering a life-changing solution for individuals seeking to restore balance and vitality. Gail Lynn's extraordinary contributions to the realm of frequency medicine and holistic healing continue to inspire and empower individuals worldwide, fostering a paradigm shift in wellness and promoting a harmonious connection between mind, body, and spirit.
My guest Nick Pope worked for the UK Ministry of Defense, investigating UFOs and other mysteries officially, for the British Government, leading the media to call him the real Fox Mulder. Because of Nick’s work on these real-life X-Files, he has worked as consultant or spokesperson on numerous UFO and alien-themed movies, TV series, and video games. Nick is a regular contributor to various TV news shows and documentaries, including "Ancient Aliens," "The Basement Office" and "After Contact," the latter of which he created and hosts. He moderates Ancient Aliens Live - a touring event based on the successful TV series.
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Award-winning actor Emmanuelle Vaugier stars in Hallmark Channel’s sequel
Big Sky River: The Bridal Path
An equestrian, Emmanuelle combines her two loves for acting and horses in the film that premieres on Friday, August 11, 2023, at 9:00 pm et/pt. on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries and W Network in Canada.
For immediate release – Award-winning actor Emmanuelle Vaugier stars in Hallmark Channel’s movie sequel Big Sky River: The Bridal Path which premieres on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries in the US and W Network in Canada on Friday, August 11, 2023, at 9:00 pm. The movie is particularly special for Emmanuelle as she gets to combine her love of acting with her love for horses. Kavan Smith (When Calls the Heart, You Had Me at Aloha) co-stars. Besides Kavan Smith and Emmanuelle Vaguer, this drama also stars Lochlyn Munro. These movies are based on the Linda Lael Miller novels. Peter Benson is back, directing this sequel.
Tara (Emmanuelle Vaugier), now settled in Montana and dating Cowboy Boone (Kavan Smith), works to bring their family lives together but tensions arise, as blending their families will be more of a challenge than anticipated.
Emmanuelle may be best known for her popular role as Charlie Sheen’s ex-fiancée Mia in the award-winning CBS comedy Two and a Half Men. For three seasons she also played Detective Jessica Angell on CSI: NY, leaving fans devastated when her role came to an end.
For five seasons Emmanuelle was the vain and dangerously sociopathic character of the Morrigan on the innovative series Lost Girl. Emmanuelle was cast alongside Piper Perabo in the USA Network crime series Covert Affairs, where she played Liza Hearn, a journalist and blogger not afraid to push boundaries. She was also on the AT&T original series Rogue as Assistant District Attorney Regan Faulker alongside Cole Hauser (Yellowstone).
Other television appearances include her portrayal of Jane in the two-hour pilot of the adaptation of the comic Painkiller Jane, and a starring role in The CW comedy My Guide to Becoming a Rockstar. She has also heavily recurred on TV shows such as The CW’s dramas Smallville and One Tree Hill, as well as Mistresses on ABC and the FOX series Human Target.
Recently, Emmanuelle played Sarah, a smart and accomplished professional in the television series The Potwins starring opposite Kevin Sorbo and appeared in the comedic television series Millennial Mafia as Francesca, a female mob boss who must manage a group of young adults who are thrust into adulthood when their mob-boss parents are sent to jail.
Emmanuelle’s feature film endeavors are impressive with a number of credits to her name, including Saw ll, Saw IV, Secondhand Lions, with Michael Caine and Robert Duvall, 40 Days and 40 Nights, with Josh Hartnett, Susie’s Hope (a role for which she won best actress at the Greensville International Film Festival), It’s Christmas Carol! (which earned her a Leo Award) opposite Carrie Fisher, and Absolute Deception alongside Cuba Gooding Jr., to name a few. Emmanuelle is adding voice-over actor to her list of projects as well, with many fans remembering her portrayal of the character Nikki in Need for Speed Carbon EA’s #1-grossing video game worldwide.
Emmanuelle’s inner and outer beauty shines through as she is among the select group of women to be featured on ‘Maxim‘s Top 100’ list twice. She was also named fifth on Femme Fatal magazine’s 50 Sexiest Women on the Planet’, and was named ‘Sexiest Woman Alive’ for the sixth time by Smartasses Magazine. Emmanuelle has graced the covers of Maxim, Femme Fatal, Dolce Vita, Flare, UMM, Status, Modern Dog, LA Health, Vancouver View, Vancouver Lifestyles, Western Living Condo, Donato, Steppin’ Out, and Infamous. Emmanuelle also collaborated as a spokesperson for the Isadora cruelty-free makeup brand that believes in empowering everyone to embrace their unique beauty.
Off-screen, Emmanuelle is an avid animal lover. A project that is very close to her heart is her own 501c3 charitable foundation The Fluffball, which raises money for various animal charities. A dedicated equestrian, Emmanuelle competes on her horse Bunny. Emmanuelle paints to express her creativity and contributes a major portion of her sales to the many charitable animal rescue organizations she supports.
Kenneth Rapoza is a seasoned, veteran business journalist with more than 20 years of experience reporting locally for The Boston Globe, and stationed abroad as a staff reporter for The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones News in Sao Paulo where he won awards for his work.
Since 2011, upon his return to the United States, Ken has covered trade, big business and investing in Brazil, Russia, India and China for Forbes as a senior contributor. He has traveled throughout all of the countries he covers and has seen first hand China’s impressive growth and its ghost towns as recent as 2017.
His editorial work has appeared in diverse publications like USA Today — where he was given the unflattering task of taking an opposing view in support of China tariffs at the start of the trade war — and in liberal, advocacy media like In These Times.
All told, he has either written for, or has been written about, in The Nation and Salon in the dot-com years, and almost broke the Argentine internet after a story about the return of the International Monetary Fund before the government opened up about it.
Having grown up near the depressed mill towns of Massachusetts, manufacturing as a bulwark of household income and economic sustainability is not merely an intellectual pursuit, but a deeply personal one, as well. He experienced the life-altering impact government policy has on manufacturing labor in his own family back in the 1990s. He considers himself an American “lao baixing.” He graduated from Antioch College in Yellow Springs, OH in his late 20s.
Ken now lives and works from a small farm and beach town in Southern Massachusetts with his family.
Bryony Gilbey is a former CBS News, 60 Minutes and ABC producer and writer/editor for the Economist Magazine Group, Tribune Publishing and Nexstar. She is currently directing and producing a documentary film, ‘Honorable but Broken: EMS in Crisis’, with Sarah Jessica Parker as narrator, which will feature in the Workers Unite Film Festival October 27-November 2. Bryony is working with Bound Tree Medical to advocate for legislative changes at the national level and is a board member of the EMS Sustainability Alliance, a nonprofit.