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People who know Marilyn Milano know that she is dedicated to helping improve the lives of animals, especially those of our K9 friends. For well over three years, she has hosted Love Has Many Faces, heard Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. on Alternative Talk 1150. Each week, Marilyn interviews dedicated people and organizations doing great work on behalf of animals.

“I have always been interested in helping animals and have done everything from volunteer work to giving support via donations, attending auctions, and just helping distribute information,” said Marilyn, adding, “One day I realized I could do my own radio show and get lots of information out about rescue groups, and the products and services that help animals and their people.”

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This week on Spotlight and Sunday Morning Magazine- Sundays at 5a-6a

This week on Spotlight with Laurie Hardie, Sunday at 5a: This week we talk with Coach Carol Lopez, her facebook page is Life Line For Parents http://rebrand.ly/clilqve She is an expert on parenting children and adult children with addictions. She tells us the best way to get help for ourselves first. How to let of our addict with love.  How …

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Bringing polarized thinking into view

Tune in April 11th at 6 p.m. (repeats Thursday, April 16th at 6 a.m.) for Talk Cosmos, as the subject will be: Polarized Thinking. “Polarized Thinking involves communication as reflected with current astrology transits,” said show host, Sue Rose Minahan, adding, “Recent examples include judgments relating to removing medical authorities after their concerned criticism of health protection operations. It indicates Mercury …

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Learning to heal from within

Personal health is in the forefront these days. . .and for good reason. Without good health a happy life is hard to obtain. Tune into The Original Loretta Brown Show for Healing from Within: How to Cure Illness Using your Subconscious Mind. The show airs Thursday, April 9th at 8 a.m. (repeats Monday, April 13th at 6 a.m.) and is hosted …

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Latest Podcasts

Congressman Gregory Meeks

*Congressman Gregory Meeks, (D) 5th Congressional District, New York has been a leading voice for action and equality in the Coronavirus testing and treatment where New York City is the epicenter. *Carolyn Riley Payne, President, Seattle Branch NAACP comments in what she sees an injustice in prioritizing the testing and treatment of African Americans who…

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How to Cure Illness Using your Subconscious Mind – Keiko Hoshino

How to Cure Illness Using your Subconscious Mind In 2004, at the age of 47, Ryuho Okawa suffered a severe life-threatening episode and was rushed to a local hospital. Upon intake, medical examination revealed that Okawa’s heart had stopped. Despite the physicians’ astonished pronouncement that he “should be dead,” Okawa miraculously healed himself using the…

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Latest Coronavirus News

Star-studded ‘Disney Family Singalong’ special to benefit COVID-19 Feeding America charity

Disney(LOS ANGELES) — Christina Aguilera and Michael Buble are among the stars taking part in The Disney Family Singalong, a new hour-long special airing next week. The TV event, hosted by Ryan Seacrest, will feature celebrities and their families as they sing their favorite Disney songs from home. On-screen lyrics will be included so everyone watching at home can sing along to classics from Beauty and …

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Global COVID-19 deaths now surpass 100,000

ChakisAtelier/iStock(NEW YORK) — The number of reported deaths from the COVID-19 virus globally has now exceeded 100,000. Johns Hopkins University reports the total number of confirmed deaths to be 100,376 as of early Friday afternoon, based on data from a total 185 countries. Italy has the greatest number of reported deaths, with 18,849.  The U.S. has the second-highest number of …

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Quarantine non-compliance calls to cops on the rise — at least in Florida

franckreporter/iStock(TAMPA) — By now it’s pretty obvious that being told to stay home to wait out the COVID-19 pandemic makes one a little stir-crazy.  However, Florida residents are so bored, people are now spying on their own neighbors and are reporting any and all “suspicious” activity to the police. Tampa Bay Times reports that Hillsborough County deputies were summoned to break …

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