Friday, December 18, 2015

The Candle Giver


  The Candle Giver
 Friday, December 18
A Live & Online Broadcast
 
For the holidays, listen to an interview with Barbara Briggs Ward.  She is a beloved author nationally of heart-warming, fictional stories.  Ward is back on the program to introduce her newest book, "The Candle Giver" that completes the Christmas Trilogy with "The Reindeer Keeper" and "The Snowman Maker".  She'll take you back to that farmhouse - to that barn - for the wonder and magic of the season.  You will believe!


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Discover Your Soul's Path Through Akashic Records
For Beyond 50's "Spirituality" talks, listen to an interview with Linda Howe.  She is the world's foremost expert on the Akashic Records.  It is said that the Akasha (the energetic history of the Soul) exists all around us.  Howe offers unique ways to shift your consciousness, find healing and positively transform your life by tapping into the vast, energetic library of the Akashic realm through her proprietary methodology for conscious access.  She'll explain about her secret "method" for accessing and opening your personal records.


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Kitchen Sink Farming:
Easily and Cheaply Ferment Your Own Food
For Beyond 50's "Green & Sustainable" talks, listen to an interview with Jean-Pierre Parent.  He is the owner of a probiotic drink company in Oregon.  He's back to talk about fermenting your foods to colonize your digestive system with beneficial bacteria.  Surprisingly, 90% of the cells in our body are bacterial cells, so only 10% of the cells in our bodies are actually human cells.  Fermentation can create probiotic foods and drinks that are more potent than any expensive, probiotic supplements you can buy in a store. President Ronald Reagan used kombucha to halt the spread of his cancer in 1987.  He didn't die until 2004, and that was from age-related disease, not cancer. You'll learn from Parent about fermenting kombucha, kefir, jun, rejuvelac, and more.


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PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soar; and champion human rights.

Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens
For fans of "Star Wars," this movie will not disappoint.  It's thirty years after the events in "Return of the Jedi."  Replacing the Evil Empire is The First Order under the rule of Kylo Ren (son of Han Solo and General Leia Organa).  Luke Skywalker is missing and information of his whereabouts were placed within the cute droid, BB-8 by resistance fighter pilot Poe Dameron (in left photo above).  An orphaned, scavenging youth on a desert planet named Rey happens to meet the droid while Poe crosses paths with Finn, a runaway Stormtrooper with conscience.  They join forces with allies like Han Solo for a "galactic fight" against the growing Dark Forces of The First Order to take them down and their Starkiller Base that's a much bigger version of the Death Star.  (In Theatres Everywhere; Genre: Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy; Running Time: 2 hrs., 16 min.)


Polyfaces
Documented by an Australian family that stayed on the Polyface Farm for four years in Shenedoah, Virginia, their inspiring film is about an innovative farmer named Joel Salatin who offers an exceptional model of farming that's regenerative in a sustainable way.  No machinery, pesticides or petroleum is used and relies on the symbiotic relationship between the land, animals on it, and the community they serve.  Time magazine has recognzed Salatin as the "most innovative farmer in the world." (In Select Theatres; Genre: Documentary; Running Time: 1 hr.)

Honorable Mentions:
In the Heart of the Sea

Looking Forward to Seeing:

Concussion (premieres on Dec. 25)

The Hateful Eight (premiers on Dec. 25)


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