Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Out of Orange: Meet the Real Woman Behind "Orange is the New Black"


 
Out of Orange:
Meet the Real Woman Behind "Orange is the New Black"
Friday, June 19
Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "History" talks, listen to an interview with Cleary Wolters.  If you are a fan of the popular, Emmy-winning Netflix series, "Orange is the New Black" that introduced Piper Kerman, get  the fascinating back story from from Cleary Wolter, the real-life Alex Vause.  She'll talk about their friendship and marriage;  the difference between what people think goes on in prison and the reality; and how the show has impacted her life.  Cleary was charged with conspiracy to import heroin and service almost six years in a Dublin, California prison before being paroled in 2008.  Piper spent thirteen months in a Danbury, Connecticut, minimum-security prison beginning in 2004. 
 

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From Silicon Valley to Swaziland:
How One Couple Found Purpose
and Adventure in an Encore Career
For Beyond 50's "Travel" talks, listen to an interview with Rick and Wendy Walleigh.  They are former corporate executives from Silicon Valley technology firms in California.  An inspiring couple, they moved to Swaziland in July of 2006, taking their skills to make a positive social impact: encourage sustainable development through entrepreneurship in African cities as their encore career in nonprofit economic development.  Wendy launched a youth program in Swaziland (JA Swaziland) and supported the Young Women in Entrepreneurship program in Kenya.  Rick used his management consulting background to advise small businesses that included a bottled water company, a utility pole processor, a commercial bakery and a piggery in Swaziland.  He also helped the new TechnoServe Country Director in Kenya and to a lesser extent in Uganda to improve project management and financial controls. 


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Full Body Elixir by Day,
Lucid Dreaming at Night
For Beyond 50's "Natural Healing & Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Calley O'Neill and her son, Noa Eads. Learn from Calley about a self-healing practice she developed called Full Body Elixir that is a fun fusion of yoga, qigong, deep breathing and isometrics in a slow flow of practical love and active kindness. Full Body Elixir cleanses your neural network, recharges your immune system, reinvigorates, and strengthens your body.  Calley's son Noa, an avid lucid dreamer and dream teacher, will describe the basic practices and benefits of lucid dreaming, and teach you skills for developing lucidity in waking and dreaming life.


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30 Illegal Years to the Strip,
Part 1 of 3
For Beyond 50's "History" talks, listen to an interview with Bill Friedman.  He'll talk about his 48 years of research and experiences hanging out with famous gangsters who built the early Las Vegas Strip gambling resorts.  After Prohibition ended, the leaders of the country's four biggest gangs began operating elegant, high-rolling casinos across America, until local reformers closed them.  Then these four gang's leaders built 80% of the Las Vegas Strip gambling resorts from the Flamingo in 1946 to Caesars Palace in 1966.  Exposed for the first time are the roles actually played by gang leaders Ben Siegel, Meyer Lansky, Charlie "Lucky" Luciano, Frank Costello, Joe Adonis, Al Capone, Frank Nitti, and Moe Dalitz. 


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"It is a wise father that knows his own child"
- William Shakespeare


Beyond 50 Wishes You a Happy Father's Day!
In celebration of Father's Day, listen to an interview with Jim Pathfinder Ewing.    He'll talk about going back to time-honored traditions to balance and revitalize male and female relations. Find out why the current courses on men's empowerment are failing and offers a new way of looking at male roles that predates the modern era.

Ewing teaches men how to be men in a new (yet time-tested way) by reevaluating how they were brought up and determining which behaviors are suitable for adopting, and which are suitable for rejecting. If men try to adopt outdated "lover" roles, they find themselves alone, even pitied. Women are warriors, and magicians, and welders, firefighters and CEOs. An "Iron John" who wishes to retreat into what he is taught is his strength in masculinity - the wild man of ancient times - will find himself alienated and out of step with reality.  Conversely, if men try to adopt feminized versions of men's roles, they will find themselves equally marginalized.  Women don't need men to be women.  Nor do they need men who patronize them.


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