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Today we’ll go on some remarkable adventures and we’ll review the history of friendship between the United States and Japan. Mary Anne Potts has worked in the adventure travel editorial space for more than eleven years. She started on the editorial staff of National Geographic Adventure magazine in 2001 and has moved up the ranks from there. She has run the magazine’s website and also launched its social media presence. Mary Anne continues to run Adventure as a standalone digital brand for National Geographic and includes her National Geographic Adventure blog which Outdoor Magazine recognized as No. 3 within its Top 10 List of Adventure blogs. Richard Wiese has been called the modern day Indiana Jones. He is a world-class explorer and host of ABC’s new program, Born to Explore. As an explorer and field scientist Richard has traveled to all seven continents. From tagging jaguars in the Yucatan jungles to discovering new life forms on Mt. Kilimanjaro, Richard became the youngest President of The Explorers Club. As a journalist, he has received numerous honors, including an Emmy, a Genesis Award, an Associated Press Folio Award and a Golden Halo Award. Each year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates spring in Washington, DC, with the gift of the cherry blossom trees, and the enduring friendship between the people of the United States and Japan. Washington, DC is celebrating over 100 years of the gift of cherry trees from Tokyo, Japan.
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Michele Andres, President of the Red Flannel Festival in Cedar Springs, MI joins the podcast to talk about the upcoming Red Flannel Festival 2015, "Red Flannel Country...There's a New Sheriff in Town!"
In the second half of the show, we'll talk to Joanne Roehm about this weekend's upcoming West Side Walk for Gilda's Club GR.
Join us for what promises to be a very different show. We will be broadcasting live from the event a second time. It promises to be a good one with live interviews, insights from the guests attending the festival, some great music and who knows what will happen.
We will take a look at the 2015 Epcot Food & Wine Festival and what changes have been changed since last year, plus we will look at all of the new in the Walt Disney Company
In this episode of EGUA - Marketplace we discuss our upcoming first annual HOODOO MAYN: Hoodoo Nation Festival, occurring in Washington, DC on October 17th. This is a free all-day event open to the Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African~Black) community. We will have vendors with unique handmade products such as natural soaps, shea butter, cocoa butter, self-published books, clothing, natural herbs, roots, etc. We will also have speakers dealing with different aspects of Hoodoo, natural healing, etc. including our presentation on HOODOO - The Akan Ancestral Religion in North America.
We are publishing a HOODOO MAYN Nhoma (Journal) for the event which will be given freely to all attendees. It will include articles on Hoodoo as well as natural healing. It will also function as an Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) business, organization and institution directory.
See our HOODOO MAYN page for details:
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America
Come and celebrate the Nations Oldest African American Festival celebrating religious freedom, freedom of speech and the right of assembly.
The festival is held at the Harriet-Tubman Riverfront Park in downtown Wilmington, DE with activities for children and adults with music, vendors and fun for all!!
Come share the heritage, music, crafts, singing, stage performances, children events, storytelling, vendors, food arts, African clothing, books and national known recording artis
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Ava founded the Southeastern Film Festival in 2013 with a group of filmmakers to promote independent film distribution in smaller towns in the South. It is the festival’s third year in progress, we have over 1900 submissions from 52 countries in just 3 months, surpassing the entire total of entries in 2015 in just three months. The first event for 2015 took place in Dahlonega, Georgia and we screened 45 films from 24 countries over a long weekend, our next event will be in Nashville in May of 2016. This year the festival has screened 80 films from 24 countries, our next event will be in Nashville in November of 2015. Ava Leigh Stewart is a prolific artist who specializes in creative development for film, television, and web. Stewart launched her film career after earning a film degree in London, England. She garnished attention after directing, producing, and writing an award winning short film called Keepers of the Gate in 2006. In 2011, she directed her feature debut film entitled, South of Southern. She has gone on to direct seven more feature films and countless other media projects. Stewart is currently working on the feature documentary entitled, Paradise Garden. She was one of the producers of the recently released feature documentary film, State of Control, which chronicles the humanitarian crisis in Tibet.
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