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The "Grind" Continues @ Saturday's Grindhouse, Courtesy of Afronerd Radio @6pm

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We're back in full effect, folks!  Let's really keep it tight, truthful and terse. Welcome to our Grindhouse Saturdays broadcast with The Comic Shoppe at 6pm and Afronerd Radio batting second at 7pm EST.  For The Comic Shoppe segment, listen to Capt. Kirk, Dburt and Daryl B. defrag the following hard drives:  Bruce Timm's Batman 75th anniversary animated short, Strange Days hits the syberwebs; latest reports affirm that Marvel has their cinematic universe planned up to 2028-and some are concerned; Dburt receives Dark Horse's Sky Man, Max Brooks' Harlem Hellfighters and Gail Simone's Leaving Megalopolis books in the mail; Amazon acquires digital seller, Comixology; is it strange for Battlestar Galactica to be re-imagined for a third time?; and a Kickstarter campaign is underway to raise $50 million to bring back Stargate: Universe for a third season..whoa.  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.

And then after The Shoppe, there's always Afronerd Radio airing promptly at 7pm.  Check out Dburt and Captain Kirk as they discuss the following current event connected topics:  looking at the other side of "Chiraq", Chicago's Urban Prep Academy achieves 100 college matriculation for the 5th consecutive year; and as Dburt had predicted, because of high profile African success stories, some American Blacks wish to be African (hint: too late); Stephen Colbert replaces David Letterman in 2015 for The Late Show but some are unhappy with such a "safe" choice and lastly, Shadow and Act highlights the Ad industry's first Black "Mad Man," Roy Eaton. Another stellar broadcast!  

 

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