Molly McConnell started boxing as a whim. That was 15 years ago. The top-flight amateur turned pro and quickly established herself as one of the best knock-out artists in women’s boxing, winning 2 world champion title belts. The Portlander’s story is fascinating, inspiring and oh-so real. Molly McConnell is one of the last honest fighters …in the ring and out. The truth hurts and so do Molly’s punches. And, believe me, she doesn’t pull any! Get to know one of Portland’s best-kept secrets on the Earth2World Network.
It’s all about saxophones and sex toys on this week’s episode of Have You Heard with Byron Beck. Guest co-host musician Patrick Lamb chats about his upcoming Stevie Wonder tribute show “Livin’ for the City”, and they are joined by Scarlet Girl’s Vicki Kriner who share tips on sustainable sex and recycling sex toys. And the show wouldn’t be complete without a good drink, and Michael Shea of Rum Club is happy to oblige with a Rum Club Daiquiri.
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Join host Francine Raften as she welcomes two inspirational women to “Tell Me About It!” – Cinda Stevens Lonsway is a writer, speaker and author of “ROAR!” and Jayne Dearborn, CEO/designer for JayneMax handbags and founder of the nonprofit Blue Butterfly Foundation for childhood leukemia research talked about whether work / life balance is achievable, or a myth! Folks on the streets of downtown Portland had strong feelings about this one! One hundred years from now, how do you think historians will remember us? Our panel, and Portlanders at large struggled with this one…would it be ideas? leadership? technology? or poverty, environmental issues or our treatment of children and animals? Plus, the pro’s and con’s of requiring community service before high school students can graduate and the movement to eliminate standardized testing. That and so much more on this week’s episode of “Tell Me About It!” with Francine Raften!