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  • 01:01

    The Red Pill podcast #47- Nice, Turkey, Race Wars,Sanders,Pokemon & more

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    Joseph Peterson is back with new co-hosts, Ian T. and Crystal from "We are Change". We discuss the Nice attacks, the failed Turkey coup and looming Race War in the US. We also talk about Bernie selling out (maybe), the 3rd party choices and how the masses are too busy chasing Pokemon while the World is in chaos and the NWO is taking over.
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  • 00:47

    Civility Is Dead and Will Never Return

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    If I was a person that was prone to fear, I would be afraid of the future in the ways that it will be acceptable of talking, speaking, and interacting with one another. 
    The self-centered nature of the average person is rather disturbing. 
    We have wittnessed the death of shame.
    And no we are seeing the end of empathy
    How will it possible to be a nation in the near future?

  • 00:31

    VIP Ignite E:116 Gary Alexander Jenkins Talks The Legal Side of Entertainment

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    On this episode of the VIP Ignite podcast, your host Deneen White is excited to speak with Gary Alexander Jenkins. Gary received his JD from Columbia Law School in 1986, where he served on the Human Rights Law Review. Gary specializes in Entertainment Law. 
    In 1990, Gary was named the General Manager Emeritus of Uptown/MCA, one of the most successful urban boutique independent labels of all time, where he helped bring to market such platinum artists as Mary J. Blige, Notorious B.I.G, Jodeci, Guy, The Late Heavy D and Al B.Sure!, and was one of the early mentors to Sean "P.Diddy" Combs. Gary also served as one of the Music Supervisors on the Uptown/MCA produced film "Strictly Business", which featured Oscar winner Halle Berry in her first feature film role.
    Gary's entertainment client list over the past two decades reads like a veritable "who's who" in music, television and film, as he has represented such successful artists, producers, songwriters and record labels as French Montana, Freddie Jackson, Trackmasterz, Dame Grease, The Wutang Clan, 95 South, 69 Boyz, Mobb Deep, Soul IV Real, Monie Love, Onyx, Khia, Nice 'n Smooth, Big Daddy Kane, Doug E. Fresh, Kool G Rap, The Late Jam Master Jay, Trick Daddy, The Russell Simmons Music Group, DMX, Ralph Tresvant and "The Reunion", an independent film selected to premiere at the prestigious 2016 Martha's Vineyard Black Film Festival.
    Whether you are a seasoned professional or new to the industry, you definitely want to listen to this episode!

  • 00:33

    GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 129: Twitter moms, Insta update, Fries

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    Heidi talks about Twitter users who are angry about a mom on Instagram, Instagram’s new update, and anger over fries.
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  • 00:31

    Naming It - #RealTalk 1-on-1: Dr. Mel Lewis - Social Justice & Liberal Arts

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    Bedford talks to Dr. Mel Michelle Lewis, Associate Professor & Program Director of Ethnic Studies at Saint Mary’s College of California. This #RealTalk 1-on-1 episode focuses on Dr. Mel’s work as an educator and a scholar. The discuss the importance of Liberal Arts Education, the need for critical studies and radical approaches to change. Keep an eye out for Dr. Mel’s Notes in our next Naming It Newsletter. 
    Key Topics: Race, Gender, Women’s Studies, Ethnic Studies, Queer Identity, Liberal Arts, Tech, Social Justice, Blackness, Podcast, Education, Leadership, Self-Care

  • 00:55

    Come Get Sum Extra: Bobbette Riales on Danny Masterson

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    After over a year of gathering evidence, mishandled witnesses, grief and harrassment of his accusers, Scientology influence, all eyes on LA DA Jackie lacey and growing pressure on the DA to press charges, Danny Masterson is still not facing charges for the multiple rapes he has been accused of.........yet. 
    Hear from one of his accusers in her own words. Bobbette will talk about the harrasment, the torture of feeling like she's on trial and frustration of this case dragging on. 
    This is still pending charges, while we cannot talk in great detail, it's important to hear their voices. Hear them you will...
    Is the case being held up because of Scientology? Is Jackie Lacey trigger shy when it comes to Scientology? How are these women being harassed... Hear these questions discussed and much more on this special edition of Come Get Sum Extra....

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  • 01:08

    Interview with Mark Burns

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    Jon Cross talks to Mark Burns, long time friend of The After Movie Diner and one of the organisers behind Weekend of the Dead, the UK's premiere George A Romero convention. We talk '...Of The Dead' franchise of films, positivity of finding like-minded friends and more.
    Tom Savini has already called Weekend of the Dead his favourite convention and actually asked the organisers to attend this year, it's a must go, must know convention and we're proud here at the Diner to bring you the scoop!
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  • 03:47

    Totally Driven Radio #307 w Legendary Comic Book Writer Ron Marz

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    This Week on Episode #307 of Totally Driven Radio
     
    On this episode we talk to..........
     
    Acclaimed comic book writer Ron Marz (Silver Surfer, Green Lantern, Witchblade...) who has a new graphic novel called Harken's Raiders, which has a KICKSTARTER running right now....
     
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1012967410/ron-marz-darryl-banks-team-for-ww2-harkens-raiders?ref=7ry7nn
     
    Bay & Nick Countdown their TOP 5 Songs from a Fictional Animated Band
     
    We will be talking Elseworlds Crossover & tons more!!!
     
     
    Tune In & Get Driven!!

  • 02:00

    Keith Roth , Musician , Radio Personality and much more!

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    For the past 10 years, Keith has been a producer at Sirius XM satellite radio. He coordinates rock icon, David Johansen’s “Mansion of Fun” weekly radio show, in addition to being an on-air personality for the “Hair Nation” and “Ozzy’s Boneyard” channels. Keith is also the co-creator and host of the “Electric Ballroom Radio Show", a rock n' roll specialty program that's been airing weekly since 1998. It is broadcast on 95.9FM in New Jersey. The show has received wide acclaim for its' impressive roster of guests (Joe Strummer, John Paul Jones, Brian May, John Entwistle, Alice Cooper and literally hundreds more) and Keith's knack for coaxing intimate, revealing interviews from its' high profile guests. This is in no small part due to Keith's profound love and encyclopedic knowledge of music and pop culture as well as his experience as a musician himself.A creative workaholic, he is also co- creator /Producer of Main Man records, a Red Bank,NJ based record label. Working with a wide range of artists from rock legends to up and comers, Main Man is currently preparing it's fiftieth title for release.As a musician, Keith started in Bad Biscuit, an influential punky, hard rock band, regarded by many as ahead of its time.The band was managed by Bon Jovi's BJM company and the band warmed up the crowd for the stadium rockers in 1995.Following this in 2005, Keith formed Frankenstein 3000, of which he is the singer and primary song writer.The band has had a rich history and is getting ready to launch their 8th album.Keith has also enjoyed a storied career as a session musician, performing with rock notables Cheetah Chrome, David Johansen,Silvain Silvain, Annabella Lwin of Bow Wow Wow, Cherie Currie and Earl Slick to name a few.
     

  • 03:00

    Snoop Dogg & Callywood

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    Snoop Dogg drops in on the Callywood Nation with Callywood's man about town Ed Magik Tv & Michelle Matthews to speak about his summer football camp for inner city youth. On February 4, 2012, Snoop Dogg announced a new documentary alongside his new upcoming studio album entitled Reincarnated.[23] Snoop Dogg is set to headline the Osheaga Festival in Montreal, Canada this summer.
    Snoop collaborated with Katy Perry on the first single from her second mainstream album, "California Gurls", which was released on May 11, 2010. Snoop can also be heard on the track "Flashing" by Dr. Dre and on Curren$y's song "Seat Change". He was also featured on a new single from Australian singer Jessica Mauboy, titled "Get 'em Girls" (released September 2010).
     

  • 02:00

    Solar Records Radio Guest Larry White Collage Host Wardell Potts Jr Let's Talk

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    LARRY WHITE Larry White was born and raised in the heart of San Francisco, California and has resided in Las Vegas, Nevada since 1998. At the age of nine Larry received his first guitar, and has been playing ever since. In 10th grade he formed his first band, Grand Theft. Grand Theft was signed to Honey Records under Harvey Fuqua and had the hit record "How Could You Be So Cold". Grand Theft stayed together until Larry was in his early twenties, when he had the opportunity to audition for The Whispers. Larry beat out 30 other candidates and was chosen to be the lead guitarist for The Whispers. Larry made significant contributions to the musical stylings of The Whispers and was with them for six albums, and played on such hits as “And The Beat Goes On” “Rock Steady” and “It Just Gets Better With Time”. Larry also received multiple gold and platinum plaques for his work with The Whispers During his twelve years with The Whispers Larry also had the opportunity to form the group Collage, which had the number one hit “Get in Touch with Me” as well as other hits such as “Romeo Where’s Juliet”.In the early 80’s Larry wrote the song “Girl Friend” with the group New Edition in mind. During a New Edition concert in Philadelphia Larry had the opportunity to present the song to Ralph Tresvant, however, the heads of MCA (Jheryl Busby & Louil Silas) decided the song would be a better fit for Bobby Brown, who was about to embark on a solo career. “Girl Friend” appeared on Bobby Brown’s album “King of Stage” and was a number one hit on the Billboard charts. A bond was formed between Larry and Bobby Brown and as a result, Bobby asked Larry to help write and produce his next album “Don’t Be Cruel” along with Babyface. Larry wrote and produced the songs “All Day