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Join host Wes Blackman as he welcomes David Willson to the High Noon in Lake Worth studios. David is an editorial cartoonist. For the past 20 or so years, David has been just that for the Palm Beach Daily News (The Shiny Sheet), along with other pursuits. He has a rich background in illustration.
Wow, how exciting is it have 3 top tier, top notch guest on "the conversation" hosted by Klarque Garrison this Wed. night!!! Here's our line-up: Jerry Craft: Mr. Craft is a renowned syndicated cartoonist & children's author and illustrator! He's here to talk about his love for our Youth and how he expresses that through his work. Alexis Michelle: Alexis is a motivational speaker and CEO of "Loving Me Again, Inc.". She's empowering women teaching them the
Today, we're in for some fun! Karen with Autism Empowerment Radio is interviewing popular Aspie cartoonist, Matt Friedman, creator of the cartoon series, blog and book, Dude, I'm An Aspie. Matt was looking for a clear and fun way to explain his Asperger's traits to others so back in 2009 he created, Dude I'm An Aspie as a way to help friends and family understand where he was coming from. His cartoons are funny and relatable. His humor speaks well to those with and without Aspe
Clay is a Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist who currently works at the Chattenouga Times Free Press in Tennessee and is syndicated internationally by the Washington Post Writers Group.
Here is a link to Clay's archives at the Tiimes Free Press: http://www.timesfreepress.com/news/opinion/cartoons/
Syndicated Cartoonist, Illustrator, and Best Selling Author Jerry Craft will be in the Cypher.
And Then from 8 - 10,
Spoken Word to Stortellers, DJ's and Comedians
Singers and Hip Hop Artists, it's time to call it in.
And showcase your SKILLZ in The Cyphers Den...
8p -10p est
Kerry G. Johnson is a creative and experienced art director, caricaturist, cartoonist and graphic designer. He’s an award-winning artist whose work has been published in local and national publications, web sites and blogs. Kerry also illustrates caricatures at private homes, schools, corporate functions, church events and local festivals.
He’s currently the director of art and special publications at the American Physical Society in College Park, Md. Before joining APS, he worked as the newsroom graphics director at the Baltimore Sun newspaper. Before joining the Sun, he worked as graphics editor for the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and as a graphic reporter at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. He also has worked at other news organizations in Pennsylvania, Ohio and Washington, D.C.
Today we highlight the Entertainment Key in a follow-up discussion with Cartoonist and Author Jerry Craft in "What Makes a Hero" Part II. New York City native, renowned awarding winning illustrator and author of the Mama's Boyz comic strip Jerry Craft said, "My comics have appeared in The Village Voice, Ebony magazine, The New York Daily News, Street News, and Jewish Week (believe it or not), to name a few. I've also drawn or written gags for a couple of syndicated features such as Laff-A-Day, Tar Pit, Jr. Whirl and Hints from Heloise." He is published in The New York Daily News and has illustrated for Marvel Comics, Essence Magazine, and the illustrator for Kahlil’s Way. For more information about the comic strip Mama’s Boyz, his books and Jerry Craft visit: www.mamasboyz.com
The Keys 107 focus on identifies 7 keys that open doors to endless possibilities in the pursuit of life, peace, and happiness. Each episode explores one or a combination of the 7 keys such as: spiritual, mental, physical, emotional, financial, art science & entertainment, and social with an emphasis on acts of kindness. It was and is our intention to invite guests that specialize in specific areas that through informative dialogue offer solutions that motivates a progressive change and stimulates active action.
Join host John Carosella for "A Shamanic Life".
John's guests this week:
Karyn Armstrong, founder of the Shamanic Life online community.
Patrick Corrigan, cartoonist, graphic novelist, and shamanic practitioner.
Annette Wagner, visionary artist, and creativity coach. In Part V of their conversation on how to create a "Vision Plan", John and Annette explore Our Beloveds.
Mildred Lynn McDonald, host of "Healing Conversations" and "What's Your Prescription for Balance", on the Pachamama Alliance and their work to create a new dream for the planet.
Join us for "The Sensory Experience" with Gina Carosella.
And in "Spirit, Muse, and Song", we'll hear spiritually inspired music and conversation with award winning musical artist Jeff Oster.
Catch all the discoveries! Come share the experience of those who are living "A Shamanic Life".
The Comedy Girls talk about....
Diversity in the entertainment industry - focusing on TV and Film. Have you noticed that TV and Film are more white washed? Yup! We have too! Let's talk about it people! Hate Reality TV? Fashion trends - ghetto shit not to do! With special guest: Cartoonist, Leesa Dean of www.chilltowntv.com
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Camille Sweeney & Josh Gosfield set out on a mission to find out what makes the truly successful people of our time tick. What values or principles do they hold that others do not? How do they prepare themselves to do incredible things despite repeatedly being told that they "can't" and they "shouldn't" or "be real."
Camille and Josh interview a legendary list of people and found certain characteristics that they all share. Find out what those characteristics are and if you're lacking those necessary qualities.
Background on the authors:
Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield are a husband and wife team and co-authors of “The Art of Doing.”
Camille has known she wanted to be a writer since she was 5. She’s written for The New York Times and other publications. She is a MacDowell Arts Colony Fellow and writes fiction in her spare time.
Josh has worked on farms and as a carpenter and cartoonist. He was the Art Director of New York Magazine. His illustrations and photos for major magazines, record companies and book publishers have won numerous awards. He has had several one-man shows of paintings in New York and Los Angeles and has art directed music videos and written and directed short films. For his latest fine art project, GIGI, The Black Flower, Josh was both author and creator of a critically acclaimed, multi-media archive of a fictional celebrity.
Together (and separately!) they have learned a lot from their collaboration and the superachievers they interviewed for their book.
Robin Carter Mayes is a Career and Technology Education instructor at Ryan High School in Denton Texas. He received both a BS and an MS degree from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, his birthplace and hometown. After working in the steel-construction industry for 15 years, Mayes began his teaching career in 1993. Candidate for At-Large Council, Mayes has lived half his life inside the Cherokee Nation and half of it outside the historical boundaries, having alternated back and forth several times. He has lived in several other states, including Oregon, California, Louisiana, Florida, and now Texas.
“From the time I was a small child, my Cherokee family told me the stories about our ancestors who served the Nation and suffered injustice along with others in our tribe,” said Mayes, who is a direct descendant of Principal Chief John Ross. Mayes has proven his commitment to the Nation through many years of activism and political participation. He has served as executive director of the WhitePath Foundation, chairman of the Cherokee National Party, political cartoonist for the Cherokee Observer newspaper, chairman of the Cherokee Nation of 1839 Board of Governors, was instrumental in the formation of the Cherokee Elders Council, and has brought legal actions in the Cherokee courts when he saw injustices that needed correction.
He states: “My goal for the office of At-Large Council is to close the gap between Cherokees who live outside the historical boundaries of the Nation and Cherokee citizens at home,” Mayes said. “There is often too much strife and distrust between us, and that is not right. We’re family.” http://www.facebook.com/robin.mayes.54
Come Join The Foodie Entertainment Radio Show! You Never Know What Might Happen...And Neither Do We! This Saturday we are joined by 4 great guests! Our first guest is Parra West: email@example.com See the cool beer t-shirt logo below..... how would you like a unique Foodie logo yourself? Come listen in to how this artist has gone from cartoonist for the Fresno Bee, Author, to Graphic artist! Everyone needs a cool logo..right? Our second guest will be J Koontz: www.reverbnation.JKoontz