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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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Loretta Brown welcomes Araya

Tune in Thursday, February 1st at 8 a.m. – 9 a.m. as Loretta Brown welcomes special guest Araya, a certified Psychic, Medium, Angel Channel and Energy Healer by the American Federation of Certified Psychic Mediums and a certified Refloxology Practitioner through the Universal College of Reflexolgy. Araya began her spiritual journey of awakening in 1994 after spending 10 days learning …

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Ted Mahr to broadcast from Machu Picchu

Ted Mahr, host of Out of This World, will be broadcasting live from one of the wonders of the world – the ruins at Machu Picchu. Tune in Friday, January 26th from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. to hear this fascinating program.During the show Ted will be interviewing an Inca Shamen with Judy Cali (learn more here), one of the …

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Washington State L&I posts vital news

Beginning 2018, employers in Washington State will be required to provide their employees with paid sick leave thanks to Initiative 1433. The initiative was approved by votes in Washington in 2016 and contains these four primary changes to state law: Requires employers to provide paid sick leave to most employees. Increases the minimum wage over the next several years. Ensures …

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Mystic Radio For Past Lives, People And Pets 12 – 18 – 19

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Latest Coronavirus News

Pink has recovered from COVID-19, is making $1 million donation: “This illness is serious and real”

Andrew MacPhersonFirst, the bad news: Two weeks ago, Pink tested positive for COVID-19. Now, the good news: She’s recovered, and now her test results are negative. In a lengthy Instagram post, the singer writes, “Two weeks ago my three-year old son, Jameson, and I were showing symptoms of COVID-19. Fortunately, our primary care physician had access to tests and I …

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COVID-19 changes: Disney shuffles Marvel slate, ‘Indiana Jones 5’, others

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Indian police wear coronavirus-shaped helmets to spread COVID-19 awareness

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‘Reading Rainbow”s LeVar Burton will read adult and children’s stories aloud on Twitter Livestream

ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — LeVar Burton will stream his LeVar Burton Reads podcast on Twitter, reading adult and children’s stories for families self-quarantining at home.  The first book he’ll read is Neil Gaiman’s 1989 short story We Can Get Them for You Wholesale, which Burton describes as Gaiman’s “best” [work].  Burton, who starred in The Roots and Star Trek: The Next Generation, will host three weekly livestreams, doing what he loves most: reading. For …

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