This is an excerpt of Meredith Viera’s informative a funny 10-minute interview with Jim O’Connor discussing the use of profanity.
Grand Forks, ND (WDAZ-TV) -A former Ms. Senior Nebraska and California is biking her way across seven states through the month of July to raise money for kids. She's also a concert pianist. Her goal is to raise money for music education.
Starr's ride started at the International Peace Gardens and will end in Ohio.
Mrs. Senior Nebraska, Patricia Starr, appeared on this morning's Fox Morning News in Washington, DC, discussing her upcoming 4,000 mile bike trip across the country where she will play in senior bands in order to raise money for music scholarships.
She biked over 3,600 miles at age 67.
Fargo, ND (WDAY-TV) - A 74 year old woman plans to pedal 4000 miles around the United States. Mrs. Senior Nebraska Patricia Starr stopped in Fargo on her way to Sioux Falls South Dakota. Her journey will cross seven states. Her mission is to raise money for music education and to raise awareness for senior bands across the country. Starr, a concert pianist, believes music is very important in children's lives and says we need to do what we can to keep it in our schools.
The Same but Different: how Twins Can Live, Love, and Learn to Be Individuals
by Joan A. Friedman
Dr. Friedman is a prominent and well-respected twin expert who shares her passionate views and insights about twins and their emotional needs with twins and their families throughout the world. Dr. Friedman recently finished her new and exciting book about the relationship intricacies of adult twins, titled The Same but Different: How Twins Can Live, Love and Learn to be Individuals, which was released in February 2014.
If you love history and more specifically the Civil War Era, check out David Bridges' novel 'The Broken Circle'. Bridges, professor and historian, visited Local 15 News at Noon Wednesday to talk about the book. He said he has a lot to do with Alabama's Hall of Famers. and Learn to be Individuals, which was released in February 2014.
David Bridges author of 'The Broken Circle' discusses the book on Georgia First, hosted by Ray McBerry.
CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – Both survivors of sexual abuse, Eric Schneider and Kathy Picard are using their past experience to make a difference in others’ lives through education and prevention. They joined us to share their story and what we can do to help.
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) An upcoming book raises questions about the cause of the plane crash that killed Lubbock native Buddy Holly. Holly's music is said to have inspired music legends like the Beatles, Elton John, The Who, and many more. Holly, the Big Bopper, and Richie Valens died in the 1959 plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa. The author of this new book comes to the same ultimate conclusion as investigators more than 50 years ago, but sheds new light on the last moments of the flight; and he stumbled upon a startling statement by the family that owns the wrecked plane. "My book 'Hey Buddy' is a look at the enduring impact of Buddy Holly," said Gary Moore, author.
Barnett, a writer, started blogging mostly for fun at first. Then someone she knew suggested she contact blogcritics.com, so she did. They gave her a column which soon caught the attention of the Fox network who linked to one of her trivia quizzes and the next she knew, she had quite a following.
"It sort of snowballed and I've been writing the columns ever since," she said.
But it doesn't stop there. She is also co-editor of blogcritics and that caught the attention of an agent who suggested she write a book on the topic, so she did. Chasing Zebras, The Unofficial Guide to House, M.D. came out in November.
Part 1 Steve and Johnnie welcome Gary Moore author of "Hey Buddy: In Pursuit of Buddy Holly, My New Buddy John and My Lost Decade of Music." Joining in this portion of conversation is John Mueller, Buddy Holly tribute artist.
In October, 1934, the Chinese Communist Army found itself surrounded by hundreds of thousands of Nationalist soldiers, facing annihilation. Rather than surrender, 86,000 Red Army soldiers including future leaders Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, and Zhou Enlai embarked on a three year, 4,000 mile epic march to safety. In their ranks were 30 determined women. The journey was horrific, with nine out of ten marchers dying or left on the road. Remarkably, almost every woman lived and became leaders of Communist China. Why did this happen and what was that journey like? This is the first tale about Mao's march that focuses on the women.
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