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  • Art Cry Radio - Guest: Author & Evangelist Brenda D. Moss

    in Art

    Brenda D. Moss is an evangelist, author, and business owner who also found time to ffound SWAG a foundation set up for families of tragedy.  Brenda is a jack of all trades as well having created her creative line of teligious themed tees called Wear the Word Tee Shirt Company.
    Tune in as our host interviews one of the most creative writers of today. We will discuss her books and get to know one another.  LHer latest book: JUST SAY THE WORD is amazing!
    Purchase your copy today: CLICK HERE!!!!
    Call in with your comments and questions: 347-205-9896
     
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  • 17th Episode of the U.P. Schlock Show: The '50s and Giant Bug Films

    in Film

    Tonight your horror host, The Shrieking Ghoul will be chatting about Giants! Well going back to the '50s when everything was giant in their sci-fi/horror flicks even their insects! Remember "Them?" If so you'll love the show, if not you'll learn something tonight! Heck, even spiders aren't safe in this show. The Ghoul finds them in the same category as bugs! So if you thought bugs were freaky enough, you don't know the half of it! It's schlock with bugs tonight! 
     
     

  • SpokenHeard with Regie Cabico and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    REGIE CABICO is a spoken word pioneer having won the Nuyorican Poets Café Grand Slam and later taking top prizes in 3 National Poetry Slams. He's received fellowships from the DC Commission for the Arts, The New York Foundation for the Arts & received a NY Innovative Theater Award for his work in Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind. He has served as faculty for Kudiman, Banff's Spoken Word Program. His latest solo play "Godiva Dates and One Night Stands received critical acclaim at the Capital Fringe Festival. He curates and hosts La Ti Do, a weekly cabaret series in NY and DC and performs and teaches spoken word writing and performance throughout North America and the UK

  • Epiphany's House welcomes conversation with Damien Nova

    in Poetry

    He is back and boy am I glad.  U will be too.  Damien Nova returns.  Buckle up.
     
    Switzerland native Damien Nova first discovered his musical interest at an early age under the vocals of his classically trained mother.  While attending Case Western Reserve University in Ohio his education was furthered in the craft of Classical and Jazz compositions. It was his passion for music that drew him into Cleveland’s jazz and poetry scene. The inspiration drawn from his creative counterparts carried him forward as he moved to New York City to further pursue his aspiration. Indulgence soon led him down a destructive path as he found himself addicted to prescription drugs, sex and alcohol.  
     
    After immersing himself in the house music scene of NYC, Damien began cultivating his sound and released his first single “Sucky Sucky” under the name S!xx in 1998.  Later in 2003 he teamed up with producer DJ Thumbs Up who helped launch his debut album Evolution. This very personal release delves deeply into his faltering faith, suicide attempt, and addictions.  After a few unfocused albums in the early 2000’s, he released the European produced Luminous, which lead to a lawsuit regarding his S!xx pseudonym. Adding Nova as his last name he re-released Luminous as a “Golden Edition” (with additional unreleased tracks) which landed him two Digital Korean Music Awards. 
     
    Now, having battled colon cancer from 2011-2014, acquiring new management (James Brazil of J. Brazil Management), 13 self-produced albums, three European tours, and a fan base that has revealed themselves to be unwavering through his most unusual transitions, the fearlessly honest Damien Nova is ready to change the face of music in America and beyond.
    http://damiennova.wix.com/damiennova

  • The Written Word (Radio Z) - Ep. 43 How to Prep for an Interview

    in Writing

    Host Alicia is joined by Zharmae CEO Travis Grundy along with authors Emma Janson and Ammar Habib to talk about how to Prep for an Interview on Radio, Broadcast, or even Youtube

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    Q-on-1 w/Author, Courtney E. Price #Books

    in Books

    On this podcast, I go Q-on-1 with the author of the book, "Statistical Lives: Volume 1."  She joins me to discuss the motivation for her first book.  Parts of the book reflects her life's story and she felt the need to share with people.  
    “Statistical Lives” is a collection of stories inspired by true events. The stories release drama filled facts of what society is faced with each and every day. Though some content in the book is exaggerated, people have experienced such burdens as rejection, low self esteem, sexual abuse, and more. These stories release mixed emotions that go unnoticed, the heartfelt cries that go unheard, and the silence of our society today. 
    I will also ask her about her non-profit youth group, YFOCUS (Young Females Overcoming, Changing, Understanding & Succeeding).
    Show No. 512
    Scheduled for 30 mins.
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  • NAKED INK WITH~MAIYAH

    in Poetry

    SUNDAY 8/30/2015 NAKED INK W/ MAIYAH STARTS AT 8PM EST AND ENDS AT 10PM EST. THIS SHOW IS SET TO BE 2 HOURS OF OPEN MIC & SPOKEN WORDISMS. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE ANY OF YOUR TRACKS AIRED ON THE SHOW, IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR BOOKS OR CD'S THAT YOU WOULD LIKE PLUGGED ON THE SHOW; AS WELL AS IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE A FEATURE ON THE SHOW YOU WILL NEED TO SEND YOUR BIO AND TRACKS OR ANY OTHER PERTINENT INFORMATION TO ME AT MAIYAHRASHAUD@ICLOUD.COM. THE CALL IN # IS (347) 324-5487....BE PREPARED TO HAVE YOUR INK READY TO FLOW~LOVE & PEACE MAIYAH

  • Sunday Nights with Sapphire J Blue - Author Michelle Lindo-Rice -My Soul Sings

    in Writing

    Ryan Oakes is keeping a huge secret, one that threatens his relationships with both his wife and son. As a new convert, his conscience prods him to tell the truth, but Ryan decides to employ every trick in the book to keep from confessing. When his marriage begins to suffer, he is forced to come clean—but at what cost?
    Patricia Oakes is troubled by her husband’s unusual interest in Karlie Knightly. She is reminded that the only time Ryan cheated on her was with Tiffany, Karlie’s mother. While she grapples with her fears, she can’t help but be flattered by Timothy Newhouse, a fellow surgeon on an especially difficult case. Will she seek solace in another man’s arms?
    Karlie Knightly’s boyfriend, Jamaal Weathers, is pressuring her to have sex, and Karlie isn’t trying to displease God. On top of that, brutal reviews on her debut song cite her as too sweet and inexperienced. Luckily, her best friend, Brian Oakes, has the perfect suggestion to help her find her edge. Against everyone’s advice, Karlie and Brian begin an adventure, which draws them closer. Will she uphold the commitment she made to God?
    Brian Oakes is enjoying college life and in particular, college girls. When Karlie discovers his deepest secret, he realizes he feels more for her than just a friend. Will Brian reform his ways and grab his chance at true love?

  • Ayesha Siddequa of Future Fashion; On-line boutique knows what you want to wear!

    in Design

    We will be introducing and welcoming online fashion boutique owner Ayeesha Siddequa on the show, for a glimpse inside her sustainable fashion business. 
    With over 12 years of corporate knowledge, and as a CSR professional, consultant, and activist, Ayeesha Siddequa is pioneering an Ethical Fashion platform in the Middle East, named Future Fashion. Future Fashion is an on-line eco-sustainable boutique. She provides a voice and a channel for high-end ethically produced fashion brands worldwide that do not compromise on style.

  • Interview with Julie Spotted Eatle Horse Martineau: The Powwow; Powwow Etiquette

    in Writing

    Julie was born in South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge reservation; she now lives in South East Iowa, in a small, rural community called Mediapolis, with her husband Matthew, and youngest son, Logan.
    She is a champion Northern Plains Womens Traditional Dancer and Princess, horsewoman and breeder of fine Native American and Paint horses, dedicated to passing on the traditions of her Nation to the next generation, a Pipe Carrier, an accomplished Re-enactor and Rendezvouer, a recovering lightning strike victim and a Lakota Sioux Hunkapi.
    Julie is known for her indefatigable work in working with the various officials, directors and vendors in the setting up of powwows in the Iowa area.
    Julie is also an accomplished artist and creates beautiful jewelry, dream catchers, ledger paintings and other forms of American Indian art.
    Julie, or Spot, is my sister by Hunkapi, or the Making of Relatives Ceremony.  To me, she is my Cuywayla, or younger sister, and I am Tanksey – older sister.
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  • Living the dream, again in the Home office

    in Design

    Working at home has never been so cute. Cubicles be gone! Open up the space so that you can get the much needed work done outside the office, outside the bedroom.  This show will help us design and create a work-at-home space that we will hate to leave.....

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