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With Peter Jackson's King Kong turning 10 years old, we thought it was a good time to talk about this odd movie! Filled with plenty of monster fights and an all star cast with the likes of Jack Black, Naomi Watts, Adrien Brody, Colin Hanks, Jamie Bell, and Andy Serkis, why did this Kong ultimatly fall short? We will discuss what we think about the 2005 King Kong!
For those out of the running jargon loop, an F.K.T. is the acronym for a “fastest known time” event. Generally orchestrated by a few brace souls who develop an event never run before to establish a record. Running a trail race that has never been attempted comes with a great deal of risk. Getting lost, being in inaccessible terrain for extended periods is very dangerous and not for the meek. Join us as we invite Charlie Engle back to share the exploits of his and Nickademus Hollon’s attempt at the Sea to Sea Ultra F.K.T. project, an Ultra trail running event of over 140 miles of unforgiving terrain.www.naturalrunningnetwork.com
Metal Keeps On Keeping On....In 2005.
The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show! Classic 80's Underground. 'Playing The Best Of All The Rest' Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'
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Those who have done it claim it was a "life-altering experience." But are you are up for it? The Appalachian Trail extends more than 2,180 miles though fourteen states with parts of it being nothing more than sheer wilderness. What wildlife will you encounter? Where do you sleep? How tough is the hike? How safe is it? Learn all about the Appalachian Trail and what you need to know before you go during this show.
Terrance Zepke is an award-winning author of 28 books, including TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL: A POCKET GUIDE TO ADVENTURE TRAVEL and Coastal South Carolina: Welcome to the Lowcountry. She has written hundreds of articles and posts and has been featured on most major media, including The Travel Channel, CNN, The Washington Post, Rick Steves Show, Good Morning Show, Discovery Channel, and Associated Press. She is the host of TERRANCE TALKS TRAVEL: UBER ADVENTURE SHOW and co-host of A WRITER'S JOURNEY: FROM BLANK PAGE TO PUBLISHED. To sign up for her newsletter to receive notifications of new shows and access hundreds of free travel reports plus obtain a FREE 50-Page CHEAP TRAVEL TIPS REPORT visit www.terrancetalkstravel.com.
Its another day on the powwow trail, where ever you are its a good time to swing and sway that native guys way! Weee Chaa, this episode will focus on the many talents of our Native American people from Canada and North America! Tonight we won't talk, but take you on a journey of music not only from the Powwow trail, but from the contemporary aspect! Sit back enjoy and get ready for this episode as the nativeguys go on a musical journey today!! Weeee Chaaaa!!!
Kenya is called the "Heart of Africa" and is considered to be the cradle of civilization. With history that rich and a diverse community of tribes and natural resources, Jacinta Zioka from Kenya Tourism, says that everyone should visit her country at least once in their lifetime.
For action-adventure author James Rollins, his travels, adventures and interests play a critical role in the development of his thrillers. In his new book, The Bone Labyrinth, James used his training as a veternarian to explore the question of human development and intelligence. He takes us to mankind's next leap and presents the question of our fate as a species.
Accordingly to Saturday Evening Post contributor, Todd Pitock, we can learn a lot about American history through understanding the progresssion of whiskey. Todd takes us along America's multi-state Whiskey Trail and gives us a history lesson between sips.
American history can also be understood through the perspective of our Founders homes, accordingly to author Myron Magnet. In his book, "The Founders at Home: The Building of America" Myron says that the architectural styles of our Founders reflects their social consciousness and their ideals for America's future at the time.
We walked along the floor of the New York Times Travel Show (#NYTTravelShow) and spoke to representatives from Sri Lanka and Belize.
Have you ever been singing at the drum that your powwow tip flew off? Have you ever been dancing and had your moccasin's blow out? Or have you went to that powwow and realized you brought that broken chair? What other Mis-haps have happenend on the Powwow Trail? Join in tonight as Trilby has made it back from the powwow and hopefully he didn't have any Mis-haps, or did he? Some music and some stories from the powwow trail!! Come join in as we continue on the powwow trail!!
Come join us the Native Guys as we discuss some of are first times, Hoka!!! I mean first time dancing, first time being head staff or first time hitting the powwow trail..
we will also be taking about a contest that we might be having in the near future.
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Birmingham, Alabama is considered ground zero in the civil rights movement. In the 1950s, African-Americans of all ages in Birmingham drew a proverbial line in the sand against racial segregation. Their stories, struggles and ultimate success over Jim Crow laws is on display at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute in an effort to keep the stories of this dark chapter in American history alive.
Across the street from the Civil Rights Institute is the 16th Street Baptist Church where a 1963 bombing that killed four young girls changed the course of history in Birmingham and America. We will walk through this church that has, today, become a place to unify a community and people from all over the world.
Downtown Birmingham is the home to the Civil Rights Heritage Trail. Kelly Ingrham Park, also known as Freedom Park, was the staging area for many of the demonstrations that took place in Birmingham led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and others. Today, Freedom Parkt is a sculpture garden that honors those who peacefully demonstrated.
We will revisit our conversation with jazz legend, the late Frank "Doc" Adams. He shared his music and life with us when we met him at the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame just weeks before his passing at the age of 86.
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