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Soul Biographies is about being truly seen. For when we are, the world changes. Nic Askew's films are of the courageous, and for the courageous. It's an act of bravery, and of immense trust to sit in front of such a revealing camera not knowing what might come. For the courageous - it's a similar act of bravery to pay attention to another who is most likely to challenge your world. Nic's black and whiteHuman Portraits examine the depth of qualities such as happiness
The films, words, observations and unprotected conversations of Nic Askew consider the many elements of our lives, work and society at an unusual depth. And in doing so, opens our eyes wide to what people and organizations might become. To what we might become.
Nic is a former Managing Director, and now a filmmaker and poet. His Soul Biographies series is followed faithfully by many around the world. His insight on what it is that happens between the lens, the subject & the viewer has profound implications for all.
Tonight on Ernest Radio Network, it's Beaten Path.
Is it risky to bare your soul in black and white? Who should be writing biographies, and who shouldn't? Is there an unwritten rule on that?
Also, how does one find satisfaction in life? Do we expect to be satisfied 24/7, or does it come in waves?
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Rory Costello is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Rory has written many biographies of major-leaguers and other baseball figures for SABR's BioProject website.
He has a lot of interests when it comes to choosing his subjects, but players from Latin American balla and the Caribbean are right up there at the top.
SABR members have a variety of interests, and this is reflected in the diversity of its research committees. There are more than two dozen groups devoted to the study of a specific area related to the game — from Baseball and the Arts to Statistical Analysis to the Deadball Era to Women in Baseball. In addition, many SABR members meet formally and informally in regional chapters throughout the year and hundreds come together for the annual national convention, the organization's premier event. These meetings often include panel discussions with former major league players and research presentations by members. Oct 15, 1986: N.Y. Mets (7) at Houston (6), 16 inn. Benny Agbayani,Matt Alexander,Ruben Amaro,Santos Amaro,Sandy Amorós,Ed Armbrister,Luis Arroyo,Benny Ayala,Bob Bailor,Dan Bankhead,Doc Barrett, Vern Benson,Jim Bibby,Larvell Blanks,John Boccabella,Gene Brabender,Curtis Brown,Jophrey Brown,Leon Brown,willard Brown,Jerry Browne,Lou Bruce,Tom Burr,Tom Butters,Gary Carter, Paul Casanova, Stanley Cayasso,Tony Chevez,Tom Chism,Joe Christopher, Artie Clarke,Henry Clarke, Horace Clarke,Sandy Consuegra, Mark Corey, Clint Courtney,Claude Crocker,Henry Cruz,Wil Culmer, Midre Cummings,Tony Curry,Clay Dalrymple,Vic Davalillo, Chili Davis,Iron Davis,Joe DeSa,Alec Distaso,Dave Dowling, Trent Durrington,Frank Estrada,Harry Fanok,Bobby Fenwick,Sid Fernandez
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Nolbert Brown, Jr. has also worked on an urban soap opera called “Chocolate City” and is currently working on a reality show, “215 Stilettos”, which highlights the lives of seven successful, young women that grew up in foster care and made the rise to the top.
In 1988 Mr. Brown received an award for the 1952 classic movie “Cabin in the Sky”. In 1999 he was again nominated and received The Antonio Award for his play “A Good Man is Hard to Find”.
In May of 2005, Wilmington, Delaware’s Mayor James M. Baker presented A Key to the City to Nolbert Brown, Jr., a theatrical professional who specializes in Gospel Musicals and on-stage biographies of entertainment legends.
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NWP welcomes Freida Mock, as we talk about her new documentary Sundance film "Anita" (Anita Hill)
Freida Mock is a director, producer and writer who has received an Academy Award, 5 Academy Award nominations, 2 primetime Emmy Awards & 3 primetime Emmy nominations. She directed the 1995 Academy Award-winning Best Documentary Feature Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision, a portrait of artist/architect Lin and the gripping story behind the design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Other films include Return With Honor, about American pilots shot down over North Vietnam and held in captivity; Never Give Up: The 20th Century Odyssey of Herbert Zipper, the extraordinary story of Vienna-born musician and conductor Herbert Zipper, who survived Dachau, Buchenwald and a Japanese concentration camp to become one of the great music educators of the world; Rose Kennedy: A Life To Remember; Lillian Gish: The Actor's Life for Me (primetime Emmy for Outstanding Informational Special, l989) The Kennedy Center Honors Biographies, To Live Or Let Die, which explores the moral and ethical issues involved in the care of very ill newborns
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Monday, February 17, 2014 @ 1 pm (CST) Healthy Mind & Body radio presents… Cross-Training for Super Performance. The Olympics is currently on EVERYWHERE and it’s very exciting to watch the athletes do what they do, but I wonder if you have any idea about how much they train for their individual sports. The average is 35 to 40 hours in addition to their normal jobs and family commitments. I’ve been watching some of the biographies of some of the athletes and it
Joey Camen is a veteran stand-up comedian, voice talent, actor, and award-winning short filmmaker. He has performed professionally since the age of seventeen in everything from movies, to sitcoms, to Las Vegas showrooms. He was a protégé of legendary voice actor Daws Butler--better known as the voices of Yogi Bear and Huckleberry Hound. Joey has provided voices for numerous cartoon shows, commercials, movies and video games. My Life with Snoopy is his book writing debut. Joey live
Would you like to understand the meanings of your dreams? What your dreams mean will be explained during these broadcasts. Today I chat with Dianne McInnes author of over 130 published books in the fields of history, biographies, educational and children’s books. We discuss her views on dreams and dreaming and about her research into dreaming in color or in black and white (B&W). Dianne uses her dreams to assist her with her writing. We discuss life in Papua New Guinea where Dianne s
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! and discover missionary stories from around the world with author Rebecca Davis. Even though Rebecca’s prime reading as a child consisted of Nancy Drew and books by Grace Livingston Hill, her mother continued to thrust biographies into her hands. For this she has been immensely grateful, because biographies of great Christians have helped shape her life. Rebecca always loved to write, even though she left many stories—(almost all?
Even though Rebecca’s prime reading as a child consisted of Nancy Drew and books by Grace Livingston Hill, her mother continued to thrust biographies into her hands. For this she has been immensely grateful, because biographies of great Christians have helped shape her life. Rebecca always loved to write, even though she left many stories—(almost all?)—unfinished. This terrible fate nearly befell her first book, With Daring Faith: A Biography of Amy Carmichael. If it hadn&rsq
9A general view of what Russian officials claim to be a fragment of Adolf Hitler's skull, at anexhibition in Moscow, Wed April 26, 2000. Photograph: Mikhail Metzel/AP In countless biographies of Hitler the story of his final hours is recounted in the traditional version: committing suicide with Eva Braun, he took a cyanide pill and then shot himself on 30 April 1945, as the Russians bombarded Berlin.Some historians expressed doubt that the Führer had shot himself, speculating that acco