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The Debut show of Serenity -A service for your well being with Peggy Nichols on BBS Radio!

The Debut of THE HEALING HOUR with Steve Barish on BBS Radio!

Another wonderful show with host Marty Ford, YOU BOUT READY?

the Debut of Life Changes with Filippo with Filippo Voltaggio on BBS Radio!

Lena Live with Elyena Miremonde on BBS Radio!

The Beauty Files with Juanita Dillard - Topic: You are what you wear

Our dog’s name is Beamer Oliver Walling.  He’s a beautiful 5-month-old chocolate Lab with golden brown eyes and a coat that shimmers velvet.  And as rambunctious as he is, for all of the peep and poop he’s given us, for turning our house upside down, and for leaving us with sleepless nights, we wouldn’t trade away a single moment of these memories, because we know how much we love him for what he is and what he gives to us, as we also know his love for us is more important than any promise tomorrow may hold; he lives to love us, as if today would be his last day in a life.

Fitzhugh Lee lived his life no differently than any other Americans who found the character to fight and defend the interests of your government for the advancement of a new people in Cuba to live free.  We continue to do that today to some diluted extent in the Middle East, as well as other parts of the world.  All great countries create their legacies for posterior generations to emulate and live by proudly.  But I don’t feel the same about America today; I have my reasons to pause when considering its leadership in the world today; its progressive disregard for life as a pro-choice issue

Corporate business is serious because it provides the stuff from which jobs come from to put food on the table, feed your family, keep your marriage, and to some extent, it helps keep your sanity glued.

But don’t ever become a corporate person; don’t lose your sense of self-identity; don’t ever sell your soul to a company only for the sake of feeling financially secure: wake up, there’s no such thing!

If it’s about smart meters today, what will it be tomorrow?  The issue here is not so much about smart meters, although they can be a danger and an inconvenience I know, but it’s about taking away peoples’ personal choice, a choice that should be acknowledged and respected by the government and not have it swept away as if it didn’t matter.  When governments deny or overlook public concerns one too many times, that’s a cue for our leaders to have a reason to pause and think more carefully about what it does and how it does it, to the public at large.  This is how civil unrest begins and rev