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Alfredo Abaunza is in love with the art of film. He is primarily a writer and over the last 12 years he has developed his craft and has written several screenplays, short stories, essays, poems and songs. He is currently in pursuit of a Bachelor's degree in Film Production at Miami Dade College. His company Spark It Cinema is comprised of Miami's best talent in the fields of editing, writing, cinematography, sound design, score composition, lighting and directing which is currently invo
Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, M.D. was an undocumented immigrant from Mexicali, Mexico who was working the vegetable fields of the Central Valley in California. He "jumped the fence" in 1987 at age 19. Today, Dr. Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa, M.D. is at the John Hopkins School of Medicine and has four positions. He is a neurosurgeon who teaches oncology and neurosurgery, directs a neurosurgery clinic and heads a laboratory studying brain tumors. There are only 670 neurosurgeons in the US. That is 1 neurosurgeon for every 468,000 persons in the US. He attended the University of California Berkeley and Harvard Medical. He wrote the book, "Becoming Dr. Q: My Journey From Migrant Farm Worker To Brain Surgeon".
On this show I will be disscussing Alfredo. Alfredo is an Italian parmesan cheese bechemel sauce. I will be explaning what Alfredo is, the history and origin of Alfredo, typical ingredients needed for an Alfredo sauce, meals you can make with alfredo and much more. I have a chicken and broccoli ziti alfredo and a tortellini alfredo with shrimp recipes in store for you. If you have questions on Alfredo please call in at 646-716-6458. Enjoy the show.
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At the age of 11, Afredo Diaz, and his family moved back to the U.S. from Puerto Rico. Alfredo was now writing short stories and drawing, which he continued to do through high school. Along the way, he added a few more art forms to his repertoire: he was a graffiti artist, a tattoo artist, and even started making posters for local musicians. It was around this time he fell into the underground society of NYC and went through a dark period in his life…until he met his present mentor one day while driving a limo and she encouraged him to keep writing. Writing turned into screenwriting, screenwriting turned into filmmaking and filmmaking turned into acting. Acting has taken over in a way he probably never would have expected. He’s studied acting with currently some of the best teachers, like Larry Moss, John Dapolito from AWG and Marketa Kimbrell from NYU Tisch. He’s been working since either as a hired actor or creating his own work and collaborating with other artists. As a playwright he's had his work up at The Barrow Group Theater where his play I Saved a Sewer Rat made it to the semi finals of the Networks One Act Festival. He also worked on a feature film called Override that played at several festivals, including The Hamptons Film Festival. Some of his other films include Holy Sapian with Charlie McDermott and Over the Harlem Moon. Alfredo has also received positive reviews for his work on stage. In Our Lady of 121st Street at The Queens Theater, Alfredo played the role of Balthazar, a cantankerous alcoholic and for For Petes Sake where he played Voice 2, the wild man in a dark comedy. Alfredo also originated the role of John Ryan in the play, Like You, which was part of a show entitled, Men Without Myth produced by BTC Productions at Urban Stages. Take 2 Radio chats with Alredo on March 16th 5pm EST
In this episode, The Dedman interviews Scott W. Perry, Heather Drew, Larry Wade Carrell, Alfredo Salvatore Arcilesi and Anne Bobby of the In Fear Of Series Announced as Oct. 15 Guests!
We will also be discussing the latest horror news from around the world as well as reviewing Scream Factory's The Amityville Horror II: The Possession Blu-Ray.
We will also listen to and discuss a few tracks from Metal Blade Records artist Rivers on Nihil as well as have a DVD giveaway!
Make sure to tune in at 8 PM EST and REST IN PEACE!
Entrevista con el periodista e investigador Alfredo Corchado.
Autor del libro " Midnigth in México ",
Medianoche en México"
Alfredo es Director de Dallas Morning News en México, tiene una gran trayectoria en ambos lados de la frontera.
Nacido en Durango, México, estudió en la Universidad de Texas en El Paso, ademas de la Universidad de Harvard
Entre muchos premios,en 2007 fué ganador del premio Maria Moors Cabot , considerado como el premio Pulitzer, el premio le fué otorgado por la Universidad de Columbia.
Un placer hacer esta entrevista a un hombre sensible con los temas de migración, Politica, Violencia, Alfredo ahora es una voz de los periodistas que estan temerosos de sus vidas y que les duele no poder ejercer su periodismo libre.
Presentador emblemático Eduardo Quezada, quien ganó un premio Emmy por su trabajo en Univision KMEX-TV en Los Angeles, se sienta junto con la cantante Chava Ledesma para revivir los días de gloria de los años 70, cuando los artistas mexicanos de teatro y cine invadieron la costa oeste. “Yo viajaba con José Alfredo Jiménez,” Chava dice del difunto ranchera cantante y compositor, cuyas composiciones han sido cubiertos por los gustos de Vikki Carr a Julio Iglesias a Luis Miguel. “Nos gustaría ensayar juntos, comer juntos, viajar en el mismo autobús, permanecer en los mismos hotels. Así que hicimos muy buenos amigos.”
What’s the big deal behind a lip lock between two people… could it be because it was videotaped and posted to YouTube? Could it be because it lasted over one hour and 24 minutes? Perhaps, viewers had the video flagged because it is two men swapping saliva!New York City-based Artist, Idan Bitton, isn’t tongue tied as he chats about the controversy surrounding his video "First Kiss" with fellow Artist, Alfredo Calle Ferran. He explains why they chose to pucker up and post the plentiful pecks online.The Bo boys find out a kiss is NOT just a kiss… well, at least on YouTube.
In this episode, Dave and I will be discussing the Jeremy Maclin and Jason Phillips injuries, if the refs really will slow down Chip Kelly and his offense, the MLB trade deadline, the Jonathan Papelbon and Jimmy Rollins' comments, Miguel Alfredo Gonzalez and an NFL preview.
From Philadelphia, Gail Marten began singing in 1980, in Maryland. Marten performs at festival, jazz clubs, and private events. In the 1990s, she appeared at the Omni, Hyatt Regency, Hilton, Radisson, Sheraton, Renaissance, Blues Alley, Bohemian Caverns, Baltimore's Pier Six Concert Pavilion, Ethel's Place, Eubie Live!, West End Club (NY), Rita Dimitri's, Charlie's-Georgetown, and the Hilton Hotel (UK). She worked with jazz notables Larry Willis, Cyrus Chestnut, George Colligan, Richard Johnson, Unified Jazz Ensemble, Clem Ehoff, Charles Covington, Jeff Wilson, Dick Durham, Bob Diener, Billy Colucci, Unified Jazz Ensemble, Tim Murphy, Reuben Brown, Todd Simon, Abdu Rashid Yaya, Benny Waters, O’Donel Levy, Steve Novosel, Greg Hatza, Darius Scott, Tom Lagana, Herman Burney, Amy Shook, Alfonso Rondon, Marty Knepp, Ricky Loza, Alfredo Mojica, Victor Dvoskin, Gary Grainger, Ron Kearns, Whit Williams, Ron Kearns, Sam King, Arnold Sterling and others. Her CDs are heard on radio stations, worldwide, and her music is included on sixteen CDs produced by EQ Music and Elm Records based in Singapore. Produced with Clem Ehoff, Beyond The Rainbow, Pure Joy, and Is It Love won awards. In Love Again, featuring pianist Larry Willis, received international acclaim, and is one of The Best 20 Vocal Jazz CDs of 2009, according to jazz critic W. Royal Stokes at Jazz House Diaries. Marten is editor/designer of the Baltimore Jazz Alliance monthly newsletter, to which she contributes articles. She is a board member and consultant at The Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center, and she is producing a compilation jazz CD for the center that will help provide scholarships for its Summer Arts Program for Gifted Youth. Marten provides narration for corporate video productions. www.gailmarten.com
This Can't Be Happening! was founded in 2004 by Dave Lindorff to afflict the powerful. Dave realized that it would take more than one journalist to cause any significant degree of affliction. He approached three long-time friends, political comrades and colleagues -- John Grant, Linn Washington and Charles M. Young -- and asked if they would be interested in joining him to found a news collective, thus multiplying the site's afflictive power by 300%. Later, the four were joined by Lori Spencer of Austin, Texas, a state where raising hell is a contact sport. A number of writers have contributed on an irregular basis to the publication, including James Ridgeway, Jess Guh, Ron Ridenour, Ben Pleasants, Tom Thompson, Marilyn Wargo, Lisa Bergson and others. Recently, Vermont poet Gary Lindorff was made poet-in-residence. ThisCantBeHappening! was awarded a coveted Project Censored Award, and as one of the 25 top winners of that honor in 201. In February of 2013, TCBH was joined by a fifth member, Alfredo Lopez, bringing us not only someone with a long storied history of activism and progressive journalism, but an understanding of technology and communication issues.
Program Schedule Tuesday, 30 July, 2013
1st Hour: Free Speech Radio News Headlines. Get complete latest 4:30pm (CDT) every weekday at Free Speech Radio News 2nd Hour: John Grant, TCBH contributing writer co-hosts discussion on his latest articles at This Can't Be Happening!
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