May 24th, 2020 1-3PM ET
Sunday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Special Guest – Nia Peeples!
Nia Peeples – What others have said: is an American actress, singer, dancer. For more than 30 years Nia has graced the screen with her talent and intelligence, her fearlessness and compassion, and her beauty. (Why thank you) Most known for her roles in the hit TV series Fame, Walker Texas Ranger and Pretty Little Liars as well as her jaunt through the music industry with her number 1 record Trouble and the 3 music shows she hosted in that era, Nia is one of the first multi-racial performers to cross all genres and all platforms helping to lay the groundwork for bridging the gap between ethnic performers and leading roles in Hollywood. Now what I would say is that the only significance in any of it is that the highlights of my career and personal life can most specifically be accredited to a degree of listening to one’s own calling, lining up with that and allowing for it’s natural expansion. This is imperative.Recently, with my son well on his music path, my daughter heading off to college, and my marriage ending, I knew it was time to revisit that calling. So I stepped off the entertainment “wheel of fortune,” and went on walk about to listen to my heart, for I believe that there and only there can one discover her deepest desires born of love and truth. As St. Germain said,”Right desire is the deepest form of prayer.”
A Little Apple Tree and a Young Farmer experience the beauty, power, and positive impact of discovering and honoring their true nature. Artfully crafted by actress- singer-dancer Nia Peeples, & superbly illustrated, it is a powerful allegory that leads children & adults alike into a deeper understanding of self love, dignity, and authenticity. AND to keep the inspiration flowing, for every 2 books sold, 1 is donated to a Children’s Hospital, a public library, or an organization helping to educate children and parents.
Hour 2- Encore – Dr. Andrew Saul
Andrew W. Saul is the star of the new feature-length documentary film, THAT VITAMIN MOVIE. Off screen, he is Editor-in-Chief of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine. He has published some 200 peer-reviewed articles, and has written or coauthored twelve books. Four of these were coauthored with Abram Hoffer, M.D., Ph.D. Many of Saul’s books have been translated into foreign languages, including Japanese, Chinese, Hindi, Arabic, Spanish, Norwegian, Polish, and Italian. Dr. Saul was on the faculty of the State University of New York for nine years, and has twice won New York Empire State Fellowships for teaching. He is a board member of the Japanese College of Intravenous Therapy. Psychology Today magazine named him one of seven natural health pioneers, and he is also featured in the documentary movie FOOD MATTERS. Dr. Saul has no financial connection whatsoever with any health products company or supplement manufacturer. His website, DoctorYourself.com, is the largest peer-reviewed, non-commercial natural healing resource on the internet. In 2013, Andrew Saul was inducted into the Orthomolecular Medicine Hall of Fame. He is on Facebook as “THE MEGAVITAMIN MAN.”
Company makes ‘bumper tables’ for restaurants amid virus A company in Baltimore has created “bumper tables” designed to allow people to practice social distancing while eating and talking in outdoor settings amid the coronavirus pandemic.The inflated tube tables created by Revolution Event Design & Production were debuted at Fish Tales, a restaurant in Ocean City, Maryland, on Saturday, news outlets reported. The tables are designed with a hole in the middle to accommodate people around 4 to 6 feet (1 to 2 meters) tall. Participants can then move themselves around using the wheels attached to the bottom of the table and maintain a 6-foot (2-meter) distance from each other.“We wanted to come up with a creative and fun way to keep everyone safe and compliant, but still bring back the social and festive and party aspect of the event,” Erin Cermak, the CEO of Revolution Event Design & Production, told the Baltimore Sun.Shawn Harman, the owner of Fish Tales, said he and his wife have purchased 10 bumper tables from Cermak’s company. Harman said he plans to order 40 more tables so customers can enjoy their food and remain distanced while dining in the restaurant’s parking lot.“If you come in to get a pound of shrimp and a beer, you can stand in one of these and walk around and look at things and talk to people,” Harman said. He said the reception to the bumper tables was positive when his family and friends took them out for a trial run outside his restaurant Saturday.
Remember Friends, The Power to Heal is Yours!
More upcoming RSB events:
- MAHO Expo Convention & Trade Show, Columbus OH – July 24-26, 2020