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Talks about Gamers Gate, HBO is about to GO Go GO away from Cable, and more! I hear Gingir is passing out Candi Corns and Snow White is doing Zombie Make overs.
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Legendary female wrestler Candi Devine joins us on Sign Guy's Wrestlilng Show. She was a multiple time holder of the AWA Women's title. She feuded with some of the all time greats. She was seen all over the world on ESPN. You'll want to take a listen as we talk about her wonderful career.
Welcome everyone this week Candi and Company is thrilled to have renowned psychic Linda Dix joining us. Linda is amazing, accurate and did I mention amazing? She has been a psychic for over 20 years. Linda also enjoys paranormal investigation and has often been called in to "clean" house. She does work with a team for invesgation and spiritual cleansing.
Please join us as we delve into the world beyond with this gifted psychic. What will she have to say? We will ask for a few predictions, and may take calls depending on the time.
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Candi Farlice joins us to speak about SOMArts Cultural Center's VISIONS AT TWILIGHT: DIA DE LOS MUERTOS 2014, the 15th Annual Day of the Dead exhibit, October 10–November 8, 2014 curated by René and Rio Yañez www.somarts.org/visionsattwilight Candi takes on social/political issues in her art. The installation that she is creating for “Visions at Twilight,” the Day of the Dead exhibition at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco focuses upon the black male and how he is perceived. The working title is “No Matter What I Wear.” Ms. Farlice also has a solo show up through 10/16 in the African American Center at SF's Main Library, 3rd Floor. Byb Chanel Bibene joins us to speak about "Taboo and Heroes," a multi-media work that addresses the reality and consequences of violence and corruption through the specific experience of the war that overtook the Republic of Congo in the late 1990's. In this piece Bibene narrates his personal experiences, as a survival, in which hope was the only strength for survival. Bringing together dance and theater performers, an original music score, set design and video elements, the piece aims to transport the audience into the charged atmosphere of conflict that permeated, and still echoes in everyday life in the Republic of Congo. Taboos is Sept. 27, 8 p.m. at Zaccho Theatre, 1777 Yosemite Ave., San Francisco. Visit www.kiandanda-dance.com We close with a conversation with the African American Shakespeare Company team: L Peter Callender, Artistic Director, Nancy Carlin (guest director), Ponder Goddard (Ariel) about the 20th Anniversary of the theatre and the opening production of The Tempest Oct. 18-Nov. 9. Visit african-americanshakes.org Music: Judith Sephuma te Tshephile Mang; Steel Pulse's Uncle George (Jackson)
Today the world lost an icon. A man who made us laugh for more than four decades. We lost him to an apparent suicide. The actor reported to have been battling severe depression. Tonight will be an ode to the amazing man who made us laugh, cry, and stole our hearts. Please join Candi and company as we relive our favorite Robin Williams moments.
We often find ourselves in a spiraling thought pattern which prevents us from having true joy in our lives. Have you noticed if something goes wrong in the morning our day seems to spiral out of control? It's because that is the thought pattern we are sending out to the Universe? I know, I know, but it really is true. Join Candi and Company as they discuss finding your joy. The ways to find and keep joy in your heart.
Just in time for Deepak Chopra and Ophra Winfrey's new 21 meditation.
Stories by Sharon Lechter, Burge Smith-Lyons, Rita Davenport, Alexandra Figuerid, Amani Jackson, Ariel Albani, Candi Parker, Christine Gregory Campos, Cindy Halley, Dame DC Cordova, Deborah Respress, Deidre Trudeau, Dianne Reilly, Dina Proctor, Don Milton, Doreen DeJesus, Dr. Annie Lim,Jim T. Chong, Joe DiChiara,Judee Light, Karen Mayfield, Lee Beard, Linda “Satya” Tsai, Lorane Gordon, MarBeth Dunn, Melodee Meyer, Michael Jacobs, Michele Penn, Patricia Giankas, Paula Fellingham, Paula Hopwood, Rachael J Avery, Rev. Dr. David Laughray, Rosie Aiello, Sandra Champlain, Shawneen Rubay, Steven E. Schmitt, and Teresa Velardi.
Whether you live in a basement with the income of a lemonade stand entrepreneur or in the South of Wales on a vineyard surrounded by the finest grapes and beautiful views, your belief will limit you or set you free. Belief is the strongest force in the universe yet it exists only in the mind. Look at your life— are you physically fit and on top of your game? Financially do you struggle to make ends meet? Emotionally are you prone to breakdowns, depression and feel like a failure? Spiritually are you numbed by the world, empty and void
of the connections that feed your soul? Are you doing what you love, fueling your passions and fulfilling your purpose? Are you happy in your relationships with others?
This compelling page turner is filled with wisdom that may trigger a shift in you and create the momentum needed to shift your beliefs and get what you want. It all begins and ends with the conversation you have with yourself that will make the difference.
Throughout our lives, most of us are blessed with pets in our lives. Animals touch nearly everyone's life and if we allow it, the out come it positive. I personally have learned many lessons from my fur babies: How to love with out judging, how to let go when its time for them to leave this plain, how to have joy, how to feel safe, and many more life lessons. I have been blessed with several fur angels in my life that have loved me unconditionally and blessed my life.
Today Teresa and Candi will talk about the animals that have touched them as well as how animals are sent to teach us lessons. Have your own fur angel story? You can call in at 818-495-6931
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George Tandy Jr.
George Tandy, Jr. was born and raised in Virginia where he learned to play several instruments. His stepmother, Candi, a vocal coach and artist developer, encouraged him to move to Florida to pursue singing, songwriting, and playing keyboards while working as a hip-hop dancer. Tandy later found work as a barista at Starbucks, where he gave a copy of his demo to Cima Georgevich, a frequent customer who was also the CEO of RedStar Entertainment. The label signed Tandy and released his debut single, "March", in September 2013. The song, produced with the help of Tandy's jazz musician father, George, Sr.,entered the Billboard US Adult R&B chart later that month and peaked at number three in March 2014.
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Candi and Teresa will be continuing talking about being a writer. Have you already written your first novel or are you just beginning? Maybe you want to get into writing but don't know where to start. Today we will talk about character development. Tools that you can use to develop any character and how each of these authors, develops their characters. Though the writing process is unique to everyone it never hurts to have a little help.
From book to movie who did it better? Have you read the books to your favorite movies? Which do you prefer. I know many die hard book fans always prefer book to movie. Not that we don't love the movies. It's just that we get to play out the scenes in our head they way we want them to go. Movies tend to cuty out so much of the really good stuff. Join Teresa and Candi as they discuss their favorites.
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My Guest will be Billboard Ranked Jazz Musician Marcus Johnson & Radio & Media Personality Courtney Hicks. They will be joining me on the show to talk about the up coming FloFest 2014 takining place in Washington ,DC on Labor Day.
FLOFEST DC (Labor Day Sept. 1st 2014) is a Music, Wine and Literary Festival hosted by Courtney Hicks featuring live performances by Jazz Great Marcus Johnson, The Rudy Gonzalez Latin Band, Soulful Rock Songstress Beverly McClellan, Brazilian sensation The Donvonte McCoy Latin Jazz Orchestra and much more. FLOFest DC will offer a cultural lifestyle experience of delicious Wines, International Foods, and an Author’s Pavilion. Enjoy wine pairing & chef demos plus tastings. Bring your blankets & lawn chairs for a Labor Day celebration you won't forget! WWW.FLOFESTDC.COM.
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