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  • 00:31

    BGC Tea Time

    in Art

    BGC TEA TIME BICHS WIT MIRANDA, BLAIRE, AND LARRISSA

  • 01:15

    The Lyrical Cypher Radio Show hosted by Chyna at 9pm

    in Performing Arts

    The Lyrical Cypher Radio Show hosted by Chyna airs Tonight @ 9pm. Call in Tonight & Spit Your Poetry Sing, Rap Live!! Calling ALL Singers, All Poets, Spoken Word & Hip Hop Artists & Metaphorically In-Tuned Visionaries!! A radio show that provides you with Poetry, Hip Hop, Singing, Smooth Lyrical Vibes & More!! Share Your Gifts Tonight!! You Can Listen By Calling 9142055676
     

  • 00:36

    Author2Author: Fearless Writing

    in Writing

    For today's episode Bill Kenower offer's a crash course on fearless writing. We don't begin writing until we forget to be afraid. If you've ever had a good day of writing - a day where you lost track of time, where your characters talked to you, where you were surprised by where the story went - then you've written fearlessly. The question, then, is not whether you will write fearlessly, but whether you will do it on purpose. In this crash course, Bill offers three tips to focussing our attention on our inherent fearlessness so that we can have the writing experience we crave and deserve. Don't miss it.

  • 00:40

    Literary Diva Presents: Author Joyce T Strand!

    in Books

    Join us as we welcome a well know guest back to our show, "Joyce T Strand." 
    Joyce will be here to chat about her new book titled, "The Reporter's Story." Which is now available for pre-order at many online retailers.
     
    About Joyce:
    Joyce T. Strand is the author of who-done-it contemporary and historical mysteries set in California. All of her published six novels are inspired by actual events and/or real people, although they are definitely fictionalized.
    Strand headed corporate communications at several biotech and high-tech companies in California's Silicon Valley for more than 25 years. Unlike her protagonist Jillian Hillcrest, however, she did not encounter murder in her career. Strand lives with her two cats and collection of cow statuary in Southern California, and enjoys exploring and writing about the growing wine region in the Ramona Valley near San Diego.
     
    About "The Reporter's Story:
    Emma Matheson is a reporter who is a bit naive.  She picks up on this suspicious burglary that has a lot more questions than answers. 1912 was the year and for many who wasn't wealthy it would seem suspicious to not claim your values. Especially values worth 8000 thousand dollars.  This very thing is what piques Emma's interest immediately.  Emma dives in and finds that while investigating what was said to be burglary isn't what it seems. Could this be the story that will make Emma Matheson a world famous reporter? 
    This mystery will keep your eyes glued to the page for sure.
     
    Tune in as we welcome back author, "Joyce T Strand."
     
    Stay tuned and keep it locked.

  • 00:34

    Issue 019: Attack of the Notes

    in Film

    The Attack of the Clones soundtrack.
    As the prequel trilogy entered its second chapter, John Williams continued to build his sonic oeuvre from a galaxy far, far away. While The Phantom Menace told a tale of wonder, discovery, and heroism, Attack of the Clones was to be a tale of intrigue, mystery, and fateful love. 
    In this episode of Aggressive Negotiations, Jedi Masters John Mills and Matthew Rushing review the soundtrack’s successes, its missteps and its home-release format to see how Williams’ score measured up, and whether he found the right symphonic voice to match Lucas’ increasingly computer-generated visuals.
    What is your opinion of the score for this much-maligned Star Wars film?
    Hosts John Mills and Matthew Rushing
    Send us your feedback! Twitter: @TheJediMasters    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNerdParty/  Email: an@thenerdparty.com Subscribe in iTunes!    

  • 00:37

    WebbWeaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Gary Starta

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    Coalescence (Camden Investigations Book 1)~
      Iris Camden thought she knew who her family was even if they weren’t always forthcoming. Her half sister is a medium reeling from the loss of her biological mother. Her estranged father is an obsessed government worker who cannot reveal what he does. When an artifact appears in a ghost hunting expedition, Iris is the last person who wants to believe in aliens.    Iris is angered by the claims of a ghost who warns of an outer-space threat. She turns to a UFO chasing scientist for answers, and Mitchell becomes convinced an alien plague in the form of light will cause a rapid evolution making humans susceptible to enemy suggestion. He is also certain her father may be part of a huge conspiracy and should not be made aware of the artifact.    The dark secrets of her family’s past begin to unravel, and Iris will be forced to consider fantasy as reality and take the ultimate risk to save those she loves.

  • 00:34

    REEL RAMBLES EP 1

    in Film

    Movies in Minutes every Monday..hosted by the Bachelor, The behaved and a Babe! Wherther you are headed out to the theater, streaming a movie or renting one we have some great reviews on what's out there. So for all the couples trying to decide what to pick check out our post every Monday! Movie reviews along with random tangents that may ramble on.. lol!

  • 00:30

    Jane Caro talks about Plain-Speaking Jane

    in Books

    Author, novelist, journalist, broadcaster, columnist, advertising writer and social commentator Jane Caro, chats about her memoir Plain-Speaking Jane, about the power of plain speaking - not just in terms of being candid, but in terms of breaking silence and comunicating with different audiences (with a bit of Australian politics thrown in there too...), about the power of connections, about her anxiety and how she was able to move beyond it, why advertising is such an incubator for great writers, about the dangers of focusing on the great over the good, about the power of connection, her many works in progress, and lots more.

  • 00:34

    Episode 11-Linda D. Wattley

    in Books

    Author Linda D. Wattley is our exciting guest. She will discuss her groundbreaking book, 'Soldier with a Backpack: Living and Dying Simultaneously'.

  • 00:39

    An Artist Speaks Season 5 Episode 6 with Guest Artist Jay Friedenberg

    in Art

    Join host Michael Harris as he explores the photography of Jay Friedenberg in this informative and interesting interview.  Jay holds a Ph.D. in Experimental Psychology from the University of Virginia where he studied visual perception. He currently conducts research on picture perception and aesthetic judgment. He has won several local and international awards for his digital photo art including the Simply the Best 2 contest from Digital Arts California and The Artist’s Magazine All-Media Competion. He is a member of the 440 Gallery in Brooklyn, The Studio 26 Gallery in Manhattan and the Tivoli Gallery, located in Tivoli New York. He has published several books on geometric design and is a member of the American Impressionist Society, The Connecticut Pastel Society and the Mystic Art Association.  
    Jay’s work consists of digital photographic images, many of the New York City area, that are modified using software. He likes to exaggerate color intensity and uses filters that break the image up into parts while creating sketch, oil, pointillism, cartoon and graphic line effects. Historical influences on him are the impressionists and fauves. Much of his work can be considered a half-way point between painted images and photography, between the old and the new, and between the biological and the technical.
     

  • 00:33

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet authors Willnona Marie, Alexis Rose, Jade Dee, Lin-Dub & Shel-Bee. These five authors will be my guest on the Author Chat Show to discuss their anthology, And I Thought Divorce Was Bad: With Other Life Lessons.
    About the book:
    When your life changes where do you find yourself? How do you find yourself? This is a collection of short stories and poems describing the journey of two women as they cope with life, accept the changes, and discover their new selves. The book covers the heart break of divorce, the interesting dates after divorce, and finding love as well as a few other things about themselves. The contributing authors range in age from twenty five to fifty two. We would all be interested in interviewing with you.
    About the authors:
    Lin- Dub has an online presence.  Wilnona has loyal fans that have followed her writing career for years, and multiple interviews,etc. Shel-Bee does spoken word and is an admirer. Jade Dee is novice but she is developing her fan base.  Together with Alexis Rose they have written a book that  broke into the top 100 on January 14,2016  in their genre on Amazon.