Month: October 2011

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The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Susie Kroll on Teen Dating Violence and Bullying, What Can We Do?

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Thursday, November 3, 2pm ET Listen LIVE at: Here Women Talk In the realm of teen dating violence, Susie Kroll promotes the concept that healthy teen dating relationships will translate into strong and healthy adult relationships. Susie strives to educate both teens and adults about the seriousness of teen dating violence.  She specializes in speaking about Teen Dating Violence and Healthy & Safe Dating.  She conducts workshops, keynotes, trainings, and seminars on issues specifically related to teens and their relationships.  Related topics to Teen Dating Violence include setting boundaries, safe dates, the Dating Bill of Rights, Cycle of Violence, early warning signs of teen dating violence, teen empowerment, and the differences between healthy and potentially destructive dating relationships.  Because most domestic violence relationships that end in fatalities start in high school (Washington State Fatality Review Board), she feels it a vital necessity to reach out to teens and work toward prevention and safety. Teen Dating Violence is the abuse that usually transforms itself into Domestic Violence.  First, it is important to define abuse. Abuse …

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Jillian Maas Backman: Author Presentation at Boswell Books Milwaukee

On Wednesday, November 9, the author of BEYOND THE PEWS: Breaking With Tradition and Letting Go of Religious Lockdown, Jillian Maas Backman, will be giving an interactive presentation, Chairside Chat With Jillian,  at Boswell Books, 2559 N. Downer Ave., Milwaukee, WI at 7pm.  The event is free and open to the public. Books will be on hand for purchase. In her interactive autobiography, Jillian shares the personal account of her journey from spiritual innocence into a religious wilderness where she often hid behind her father’s powerful preacher’s robe.  For many years she hoped her intuitive gifts would simply go away, but they never did.  “I remained reclusive within the untainted spirit world until I became comfortable with my spiritual individuality and emerged from the sacred shadows into the awakened light of day.” Jillian eventually learned to embrace the duality of her traditional religious upbringing and her connection with uncensored, untainted spirit. In Beyond the Pews, you will follow the fascinating life story of a woman who heard angelic communications and received soulful insights from a world rarely …


The Roth Show

The Roth Show Wednesday, November 2, 7-8pm ET Listen LIVE: Join Dr. Laurie Roth and Susan Murphy Milano each Wednesday from 7-8ET Michael and Faye Taylor, parents of Ashley Taylor, along with FOX News investigative reporter, Phil Cross will join the show to discuss the latest updates coming from Oklahoma. On June 8, 2008 the tiny town of Weleetka, Oklahoma was rocked to it’s core when two young girls, Skyla Whitaker, 11, and Taylor Placker, 13, best friends, were found shot to death while walking along County Line Rd.   The tragic case brought immediate national media attention and an aggressive investigation, OSBI and FBI included.  Hundreds of tips and suspects later, the case may be closer to a resolution as agents are honing in on a specific gun purchased at a gun show. On July 15, 2011, Ashley Celeste Taylor, 23, was reported missing from Okmulgee, OK, a town near Weleetka, supposedly after an argument with her fiance, Kevin Sweat.  Sweat was subsequently arrested and confessed to her murder, telling officials that her remains were …


Diane Fanning and Susan Murphy Milano Join Forbes, “Crime, She Writes”

Whether you read at for information about business, investing or perhaps news about crime, you know it’s the nation’s leading magazine for up to date, reliable information. A new feature in the Leadership category is Crime, She Writes, Breaking Down the Headlines One Woman at a Time, which includes six hand picked writers who are involved in writing about different aspects of crime.  Authors, Cathy Scott, Kathryn Casey, Dr. Gina Simmons, Diane Fanning, Stacy Dittrich and Susan Murphy Milano, all premier writers in their own right, have joined together at Forbes to bring readers their own brand of crime writing and reporting. Crime, She Writes will present writings about issues, and even particular cases from time to time, showcasing each writer’s area of expertise. Subscribe to Forbes and follow the latest from Crime, She Writes, and get all the latest stories in your email!  


ImaginePublicity Sponsors Tour Stop to Remember the Missing Persons of South Carolina

On Saturday, October 29 at 10am family members of the missing, along with members of the community, law enforcement, media and speakers will gather at Chapin Park at 1400 North Kings Highway in Myrtle Beach.  South Carolina has approximately 125 known open missing persons cases, some recent and many that have gone cold.  ImaginePublicity hopes to add to the awareness of each of them by hosting a stop along the CUE Center for Missing Persons’ Road to Remember Tour in Myrtle Beach. Each year CUE Center for Missing Persons hits the road across several states in order to bring awareness to communities of the magnitude of a silent epidemic, missing persons.  This year’s tour will cover the following states: NC, TN, SC, TX, MS, AL, FL, LA .  Every year, Monica Caison and representatives from CUE travel a different route in order to bring needed attention in the media and each community. The annual tour was created to generate new interest in cold cases of missing people across our nation. The inspiration came in 2004 from the case of North Carolina …