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  • 01:37

    Kim Jong-Un Threatens Guam, King William And Queen Kate, Sarahah Cyber-Bullying

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    Doug, Jen, Victoria, and Cara get by Thursday with this edition of the DJV Show. First, they react to North Korea's most recent threats, this time directed towards Guam. Then, Queen Elizabeth announces that Prince William and Kate Middleton will be the next King and Queen of England and the DJV crew gives their take. And they show concern over a new app called Sarahah which is becoming a home for anonymous teen cyber-bullies. In addition, they also discuss the live streaming of the eclipse, a cheetos themed restaurant, and MLB nickname jerseys.

  • 02:48

    Domino's Afro; Dark Tower/Detroit Debuts; GOT Hack-TheGrind at 6pm EST

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    Greetings, Konichiwa with a side order of cornbread and greens, people!  It's another Grindhouse installment and it airs this Saturday at 6pm eastern.  Listen to your favorite podcast "Rough Riders" (Capt. Kirk, Claire Lanay, the Uncanny Daryll B and Dburt) as they utlilize their power rings to decode the following pop/pulp topics:  the racebending of a character can cause controversy and it appears to start at the top of Zazie Beetz' (Domino) Afro;  Stephen King's Dark Tower premieres and underwhelms; Detroit appears to be having the opposite reaction with high praise and Rotton Tomato approval;  the Game of Thrones servers were recently hacked allowing the release of scripts and HBO employees personal data as well as other HBO TV series info (oh and a GOT episode was leaked as well allegedly not part of the hack); director/actor, Mario Van Peebles (New Jack City) has a new Syfy supernatural series entitled, Superstition slated for a fall '17 release; and in non cinematic genre news , hip hop artists, Andre 3000 causes a  hullabaloo by stating that he doesn't want to be a rapper at age 50 (but Mick Jagger albeit not a rapper is stll going strong at 74); CW\s Legends of Tomorrow not only has a strong Vixen arc (think Wakanda light) but the writers are campaigning for a Constantine appearance;  Bruce Willis channels Charles Bronson and The Punisher with the release of the Death Wish trailer on the internets; Dburt loses it by finding out that Prince could have been in Luke Cage as David Bowie was also offered a part in Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (damn, damn, damn); comic writer, Jonathan Hickman confirms what we already knew about the FF and lastly, Ta-Nehisi Coates weighs in on the Confederate debate.  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
     

  • 01:30

    Breaking the Panel Ep 86 – “Agree to Disagree”

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    Welcome Panelteers, we’re Breaking the Panel! Charles, Paul, and Chris bring you the humor, the fun, and the ever-evolving conversations you’ve come to expect. Would Wonder Woman approve of Alamo Drafthouse’s promo event in her honor? The courts may not. Jeph Loeb goes ‘Gran Torino’ on reporters that question the quality of ABC’s ‘Inhumans’.  Early opinions are not high and he takes exception to that. There’s a new show, on the network page. It’s got four hosts and they’re all the rage. They talk toys, both new and past; they’re the Toy Power Podcast! Disney is looking to enter a new media venture and it could put them at direct odds with Netflix. Can their relationship withstand the coming rift and will it? And Charles may or may not have sullied Paul’s soapbox.
     
     
     
    Be sure to check out Breaking the Panel for full show notes, links, and our archives!
     
    Hosts: Charles McFall, Paul Klotz, and Chris Wisdom
    Producer at Large: Mike Woodard
    Publisher:  Chris Wisdom
    Breaking the Panel is brought to you by the Giant Size Team Up Network

  • 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.
    www.truthisscary.com facebook.com/Truthisscary @Truth_is_Scary Youtube TruthisscaryTV Blogtalk- Tisnetwork Wearechange.org 

  • 00:45

    Come Get Sum Extra: Scientology - Former Volunteer for the GO Len Zinberg P2

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    In part 2 Len describes the process of recovering from leaving the cult mindset. He'll describe never having to face what he had done but always knowing it would be there which would lead to an unexpected friendship. 
    What does Len think of the Tech now? Is it conceivable for him to ever go back? and Who's on first?! All these questions and more will be answered with Part 2 and 10 Questions!! 
    Catch it on Come Get Sum extra!!! 

  • 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.
     

  • 01:13

    JAY-Z's 4:44 Tour Ticket Prices, Mayweather or McGregor?, + MORE

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    #HolliewoodAndFriend is back! LIVE every Sunday 3pm ET. Call 646-716-8544 to listen! Host @IamHollieWood, @MissJuudy and @VenorMusic got you covered with what's #HotInTheBlogs! In their own funny, crazy, and sometimes out-of-line way! Listen in! SUNDAY 7/16 TOPICS:
    JAY-Z '4:44 Tour' Ticket Price Drama Keyshia Cole Hit With 4 Million Dollar Lawsuit Madonna Calls Whitney Houston Mediocre In Never-Before-Seen Letter Mayweather or McGregor? and a whole lot MORE! PLUS: QUESTION OF THE DAY: Would you spend the night with your ex? ________________________________________ Lastly, #WhatBlowsMine (where you, the listener can call in and tell the world what's that one thing that just gets under your skin) Tune in live Sunday at 3pm ET! You can call 646-716-8544 just to listen or press 1 when you wanna join in the discussion, we'll bring you on live. ________________________________________ Are you an artist? Do you know an artist? Submit music to the be played on the show holliewoodandfriendsradio@gmail.com
     
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  • 01:21

    Episode 5.2: LGBTQIA* in Academia - PerSister Jessye Cohen-Filipic

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    A bit of information about our wonderful interviewee:
    Jessye Cohen-Filipic is a licensed psychologist and assistant professor at a liberal arts college. Jessye has been involved in social justice work related to HIV/AIDS and LGBT communities since she was a high school student in the late 1980s.  She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2012. She has worked as a teacher, researcher, and therapist. She has worked in many settings, including a jail, community mental health clinics, VA hospitals, and a primary care medical clinic in a hospital. Her primary research is in the area of health psychology and chronic illness. She also works in the area of pre-professional and professional training in psychology and related professions. Jessye has presented and published papers related to training students to work with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender clients and other specific groups. Jessye and her wife have been foster parents for several years and have a four-year-old daughter.
     
    Supplemental links:
    This is a link to a project Jessye worked on through the American Psychological Association about training graduate students to work with diverse populations: http://www.apa.org/ed/graduate/diversity-preparation.aspx
    For more information, please see our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/shewhopersistedpodcast/

  • 00:30

    Geek History, Streaming Services and TV Revivals

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    With Episode 201 marks a new era of Altered Geek as we progress into a new format. The format will change as well in the full Friday content but the Wednesday shows are more catch up with a topical commentary.
    The first section of Today in Geek History which may evolve into This Week in Geek History debuts, along with comments on the various streaming services, and the revival of television shows of yesteryear.

    Use the Hashtag #WhatsGeekyToYou with what you're geeking out to this week and we'll try to feature your topic in a future episode!
    We hope you continue to enjoy the episodes and please feel free to respond to any and all feedback methods. We will read and reply on the show. Topic suggestions also welcome. So get Altered, Get Geeky with the Altered Geeks.
    Contact: E-mail | Twitter | Facebook | RSS Feed
    To see more from Steve "Megatron" Phillips, stay tuned into "Altered Geek" and watch "Altered Geek" weekly or anytime on-demand on AlteredGeek.com and Blogtalkradio.

  • 02:08

    MisterDirect's Real Talk™ Live w/James Butts & The Itern (Shanna)

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    It’s Father’s Day. What is the greatest gift your father gave you? 
    Why do single mother’s want credit for being a father?
    Philando Castile  President Trump under Investigation?
    How much money would it take for you to stay in a haunted house?   
    The world is a crazy place. So is social media. 
    Between Social Media and mass media, it's a crazy bag of shit. 
    So let's talk about it. 
    Sports, Health, Finance, World News, Maybe local news depending on where we find the articles. 
    A lot of talking and a lot of music. 
    Is there something you want to talk about?
    Is there a song you want to hear? 
    It's Real People + Real Conversation with MisterDirect
    As usual, anything goes and it will for sure be REAL TALK!!!
    Maybe you want to follow on the LIVE VIDEO FEED.  
    Facebook.com/misterdirect 
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    Guest Call -In (347)205-9571

  • 01:19

    Dr Sheena Howard and David Walker Talk Catalyst Prime's Superb

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    Written by David Walker and Dr. Sheena C. Howard Superb follows teenager Kayla Tate who is forced to move back to her hometown of Youngstown, Ohio where the mysterious superhero “Cosmosis” battles the supposedly-benevolent corporation Foresight. What makes the series unique is that the superhero, Jonah, has Down Syndrome and publisher Lion Forge is working with the National Down Syndrome Society on the portrayal of the character and will include educational material for readers.
    Joining Graphic Policy Radio to discuss this new series are writers David Walker and Sheena C. Howard.
    Sheena C. Howard, is a Past Chair of the Black Caucus (NCA) and Associate Professor of Communication at Rider University. Howard is an award-winning author, including a 2014 Eisner Award winner for her first book, Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation. She's also the author of Black Queer Identity Matrix and Critical Articulations of Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation. Howard has appeared on NPR, The Washington Post, ABC, Philadelphia Weekly as well as other networks and documentaries as an expert on popular culture, race, politics and sexual identity negotiation. She also writes for The Huffington Post.
    David F. Walker is an award-winning comic book writer, author, filmmaker, journalist, and educator. His work in comic books includes working with Dynamite, Marvel, IDW/Monkeybrain, and Dark Horse. He is also the creator of the YA series The Adventures of Darius Logan.
    Walker is recognized as a leading scholar expert of African-American cinema. He's directed and produced films, written for numerous sites as screen editor and film critic, and taught courses such as documentary filmmaking, writing for comics, and film criticism.