Thursday, February 21, 2013

I Heard The News Today....oh boy .....

I hope you'll tune in for some news on my Recipe Records radio show - today (2/21/13) at 2:00 p.m. cst. West Coast columnist, Steve Marinucci, who writes for will be my guest. Steve is considered an expert in the latest news for The Beatles and other artists....... Not only does he provide accurate, timely reports for Beatles Examiner, but he also writes for the McCartney, Harrison & Starr Examiner, along with Vintage Rock 'n' Roll Examiner and TV on DVD Examiner.
Since we are always on the lookout for the latest news flash - don't miss Steve's commentary on what's happening NOW in the world of The Beatles & more.
I also encourage you to call in to the show live with your questions for Steve! Go to the link below:

If you can't listen live, check it out later as it's archived immediately; use the same link.

Enjoy "John's Blurb" - from author of the John Lennon Series, Jude Southerland Kessler:

“Here in some stranger’s room,
Late in the afternoon…
What I am doin’ here at all?”
John Lennon
We’ve all felt it…that moment when we turn around and say, “What am I doing???” Working too hard and too long, running here and there without a breather, spending every spare second “achieving” instead of enjoying, lose our way.
What John Lennon has taught me about these moments of self-revelation is, it’s okay to stop and start over again. And again. And again. And again.
For some of us, it’s Lent. A time to take stock of our souls, to look deep inside and discover what really matters in your life (and mine). If you take that glimpse and find yourself a morass of goals, tasks, and“things to do,” stop. Stop! Stop and start over. Reassess your priorities.
If your life has become a “stranger’s room” – a weird place where there is “all work and no play” – be of good cheer. You can change. You can begin today to enjoy a moment, a smell, a recipe, a song. Begin now.
Start over.
Peace & Rock & Roll,
Lanea Stagg
               Food for Thought*Food for the Soul*Food for the Love of Rock & Roll

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