Segment: 1: Introduction
Segment: 2: Guest 1: Phillis Clements
Phillis Clements positively inspires audiences to action as a sought after speaker, certified coach, author, and successful entrepreneur. She is the owner of Sunshine Solutions and founder of the group Coffee & Conversation. As a local book publisher and author of 9 books, she has published a variety of titles from children’s books, self-help and fiction to financial investments. Phillis has over 30 years of experience the corporate world and as a small business owner. She has a Bachelor of Science in Management and a Master of Science in Human Resource Management. She is dedicated to helping others achieve their desired goals and dreams using innovative, non-traditional techniques. through her businesses, volunteerism and collaborative partnerships.
Segment: 3: Guest 2: Jacquelyn Smithson Howard
Jacquelyn Smithson Howard is a freelance writer and poet originally from Nashville, Tennessee. She writes about our shared experiences of life, love, and triumph, and has used her stories to uplift others. Her father’s stroke in 2004 was the catalyst for her journey to better health. She completed her 26.2 mile Marathon in June 2005. In Sacramento, California, she is a member of the ZICA Creative Arts and Literary Guild, has performed her poetry at various local venues. Jacquelyn currently resides in Elk Grove, California.
Segment: 4: Sacramento Observer News with Tony Harvey
Segment: 5: Other News & Tech News
So it seems only natural that Marvel has asked Mr. Coates to take on a new Black Panther series set to begin next spring. Writing for that comics publisher is a childhood dream that, despite the seeming incongruity, came about thanks to his day job. “The Atlantic is a pretty diverse place in terms of interest, but there are no comics nerds,” besides himself, Mr. Coates said in an interview.
“The reason there are not cup holders in the upper bowl is the pitch of the seats is such that if you were to put a cup holder on the chair in front of you, it would literally be sitting on the ground in front of you. So it becomes a trip hazard as you’re coming through. We can’t do it that way,” Granger said. “Similarly, if we put a cup holder on the armrest on your side, it would stick out about five inches or so. By code, that blocks the line of path, the line of traffic out of the row. So, we don’t have any option to put cup holders there.”
Mendoza dismantled the home and shipped its façade across the Atlantic Ocean to his Berlin studio, where he’ll attempt to reassemble the house as an art installation and tour it around various art galleries and venues. The artist hopes his unusual intervention will raise public awareness about how the building was long neglected on its home soil.
Hurricane Matthew’s trail of destruction in Haiti stunned those emerging from the aftermath on Friday, with the number of dead soaring to 877, tens of thousands left homeless and outbreaks of cholera already claiming more lives.
Samsung is no longer playing with fire. The South Korean tech giant discontinued its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones Tuesday, after recalling the exploding devices and replacing them with allegedly safer models — which reportedly also caught fire.
The landmark experiment by the University of Bath rewrites 200 years of biology teaching and could pave the way for a baby to be born from the DNA of two men.