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  • YORUBA GBODE YORUBA GBODE YORUBA GBODE YORUBA GBODE

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    A  chit chat musical program based on Yoruba  language and culture

  • Loisirslit Morning Radio Show

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    Today's show 9.2.14
    Loisirslit Morning Radio Show will be showcasing some of our NOLA'S, Louisiana, and North America's brightest movers and shakers in the literacy, arts, theatre, music, fashion, and healthy living. Dr. Corey Herbert is joining us today. 
    Dr. Corey travels across the country and around the as both a healer and a motivator, all the while practicing both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. He is an Asst. Professor at both LSU Health Sciences Center and Tulane University Medical Center.
    Dr. Hebert is a highly regarded medical broadcast journalist, working as on-air medical editor for the NBC television affiliate in New Orleans, Louisiana and the Gulf Coast, as well as a frequent on-air contributor to the “Dr. Oz Show”. He is also a fan favorite on MSNBC where he is a frequent on-air contributor to the “Ed Show.” He is a current contributor to the Discovery Channel’s “How Stuff Works” television show and has made hundreds of appearances on national television networks and outlets such as CNN, CBS, National Geographic and Good Morning America.
    Dr. Hebert is the host of an extremely popular weekly radio talk show on the Cumulus Broadcasting Network, called “Doctor For The People” in which he answers health questions live on the air from people throughout the New Orleans metro area and across the country for those who hear his show simulcast on the internet.
    And as always we are accompanied with our talented guest co-host Eileen Carter.

  • Loisirslit Morning Radio Show

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    Today's show 9.2.14
    Loisirslit Morning Radio Show will be showcasing some of our NOLA'S, Louisiana, and North America's brightest movers and shakers in the literacy, arts, theatre, music, fashion, and healthy living. Dr. Corey Herbert is joining us today. 
    Dr. Corey travels across the country and around the as both a healer and a motivator, all the while practicing both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. He is an Asst. Professor at both LSU Health Sciences Center and Tulane University Medical Center.
    Dr. Hebert is a highly regarded medical broadcast journalist, working as on-air medical editor for the NBC television affiliate in New Orleans, Louisiana and the Gulf Coast, as well as a frequent on-air contributor to the “Dr. Oz Show”. He is also a fan favorite on MSNBC where he is a frequent on-air contributor to the “Ed Show.” He is a current contributor to the Discovery Channel’s “How Stuff Works” television show and has made hundreds of appearances on national television networks and outlets such as CNN, CBS, National Geographic and Good Morning America.
    Dr. Hebert is the host of an extremely popular weekly radio talk show on the Cumulus Broadcasting Network, called “Doctor For The People” in which he answers health questions live on the air from people throughout the New Orleans metro area and across the country for those who hear his show simulcast on the internet.
    And as always we are accompanied with our talented guest co-host Eileen Carter.

  • Wanda's Picks Radio Show

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    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

  • Loisirslit Morning Radio Show

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    Today's show 9.2.14
    Loisirslit Morning Radio Show will be showcasing some of our NOLA'S, Louisiana, and North America's brightest movers and shakers in the literacy, arts, theatre, music, fashion, and healthy living. Dr. Corey Herbert is joining us today. 
    Dr. Corey travels across the country and around the as both a healer and a motivator, all the while practicing both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. He is an Asst. Professor at both LSU Health Sciences Center and Tulane University Medical Center.
    Dr. Hebert is a highly regarded medical broadcast journalist, working as on-air medical editor for the NBC television affiliate in New Orleans, Louisiana and the Gulf Coast, as well as a frequent on-air contributor to the “Dr. Oz Show”. He is also a fan favorite on MSNBC where he is a frequent on-air contributor to the “Ed Show.” He is a current contributor to the Discovery Channel’s “How Stuff Works” television show and has made hundreds of appearances on national television networks and outlets such as CNN, CBS, National Geographic and Good Morning America.
    Dr. Hebert is the host of an extremely popular weekly radio talk show on the Cumulus Broadcasting Network, called “Doctor For The People” in which he answers health questions live on the air from people throughout the New Orleans metro area and across the country for those who hear his show simulcast on the internet.
    And as always we are accompanied with our talented guest co-host Eileen Carter.

  • meet me out in the field beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing

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    Comrades, Lovers, Friends and Kin; 
    Welcome to republic of love: art, cultural resistance and sacred mysticism from Toronto: Huron-Wendat, 6 Nations, 3 Fires Territory or, "the City of Living Corpses" as Emma Goldman liked to say. 
    We're live on-air monthly on the New Moon with reviews, panels, readings and music centred on radical culture from here at home, and around the planet. 
    Tune into episode #2, on Wednesday, September 24th at 10am.  It’s early in the day due to Rosh Hashana’s entry in the evening. This month, we’re focusing on dreaming and interbeing.  My body, and all its dreams become your body and all its pleasures:
    - a conversation with dream priestess and gatherer, Ione – discussing the power of sound in dreams
    - a fabulous porch session with electric ukele and vox malvina of Malvinas, a Syracuse-based feminist punk band honouring the work of Malvina Reynolds
    - audio snippets from a 1963 interview with James Baldwin by Kenneth Clark on his body, his resistance and the collective pain of racism
    - an interview with Noah Simblist, curator of Where Are You From? which explores the identity of Palestinians within Israel through the work of Kamal Aljafari, Aissa Deebi and Dor Guez.
    - readings from The Essential Gay Mystics and music from Pauline Oliveros, Shadia and LAL

  • BlazinRy: Backstage

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    BlazinRy host Ryan Holmes and BlazinRy Panel favorite Jonathan Weeks conduct a weekly discussion and welcome guests from time to time. 
    Plus, the Backstage Wizard Thom Fogarty delivers The Hot Mess Awards and the whole gang jokes off. 

  • Metalsmith Benchtalk with Brigitte Martin and Rachel Timmons

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    Our guests on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, September 25, 2014 at 3:00 PDT/ 6:00 EDT are Brigitte Martin, creator of crafthaus and SNAD liason,  and Rachel Timmons, jewelry artist/body modificationist.
    We encourage you to participate in this live interview by logging onto the chat room or sending a message to Whaley Studio's Facebook Page.
    About Brigitte: Brigitte Martin is the creator and editor of crafthaus, a social network and online community for professional craft artists worldwide. She regularly contributes blogs and articles for the website, and helps artists connect across media and national boundaries. Brigitte lives with her husband, kids and dogs in Chicago, IL.  She on the SNAG board of directors and is the author of the book "Humor in Craft"
    About Rachel: Rachel Timmins earned her MFA in Studio Art (Metals Concentration) in December 2012 and her BFA in Metal/Jewelry Design with a Minor in Sculpture from Buffalo State College in 2009. Her work has been shown in numerous exhibitions both nationally and internationally in venues such as the National Gallery of Victoria, Snyderman-Works Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art, the Design Museum London and the Baltimore Museum of Art. Rachel’s work can be seen in many publications such as Unexpected Pleasures published by Rizzoli Publications among others.  She can be found lecturing on her work and other related topics as well as giving workshops across the United States at various institutions and universities. Vist her website for more information.

  • Loisirslit Morning Radio Show

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    Today's show 9.2.14
    Loisirslit Morning Radio Show will be showcasing some of our NOLA'S, Louisiana, and North America's brightest movers and shakers in the literacy, arts, theatre, music, fashion, and healthy living. Dr. Corey Herbert is joining us today. 
    Dr. Corey travels across the country and around the as both a healer and a motivator, all the while practicing both Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine. He is an Asst. Professor at both LSU Health Sciences Center and Tulane University Medical Center.
    Dr. Hebert is a highly regarded medical broadcast journalist, working as on-air medical editor for the NBC television affiliate in New Orleans, Louisiana and the Gulf Coast, as well as a frequent on-air contributor to the “Dr. Oz Show”. He is also a fan favorite on MSNBC where he is a frequent on-air contributor to the “Ed Show.” He is a current contributor to the Discovery Channel’s “How Stuff Works” television show and has made hundreds of appearances on national television networks and outlets such as CNN, CBS, National Geographic and Good Morning America.
    Dr. Hebert is the host of an extremely popular weekly radio talk show on the Cumulus Broadcasting Network, called “Doctor For The People” in which he answers health questions live on the air from people throughout the New Orleans metro area and across the country for those who hear his show simulcast on the internet.
    And as always we are accompanied with our talented guest co-host Eileen Carter.

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