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Towson University professors Prisca Martens and Ray Martens are our guests
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For the past 100 years, communities have abandoned the elements of health and replaced them with a car. Many no longer believe it is possible to create a lifestyle not dependent on a vehicle; one in which everything is within walking distance. We regionalize where we work, where we shop, where we play, where we live and where we die.
Our natural lives became alienated in an artificial environment. It didn't stop there. Sustainable family farms were pushed aside by agri-businesses. Radical notions 50 years ago are now primary. We have stopped laughing at those convincing us to protect the environment. We no longer mock science that shows truth. The way many of us were raised, to believe mankind could dominate the environment? Is this the final chapter?
Faced with this knowledge, what else can a good man do but live within his sphere able to calm his thoughts. "If you meet a man who..."
He controls and effects what he can and if he has any insight, learns that somethings are beyond his reach. How different is it for a man to live isolation, embracing a value system hundreds of years old, than a man who feels he does not fit. Robert Heinlein told us abouot him, 'a stranger in a strange land'. Lodges were never intended to be mystery schools. They are tarnished old beacons, in need of repair and replacement but visible in every community and serving an important task. They are beacons not of safety, but about opportunity; a metaphorical light in the darkness to attract a particular type of man; curious about a serious fraternal experience; bright enough to appreciate philosophical reinterpretation of perception.
Becoming the temple of craft masonry is the first step.
“Soul To Soul,” a passionate new song cycle from vocalist, songwriter, producer and musician Carmen Lundy, is set for release September 23rd, 2014 via Afrasia Productions. “Soul To Soul”, Lundy’s 14th album, is the next chapter in her critically-acclaimed career as both a musical artist and a visual artist; a return to her roots but also an exploration of these roots — and the journey that those roots can take you on. The release of “Soul To Soul” will be accompanied by tour dates both in the U.S. and overseas.
Carmen Lundy began working on “Soul To Soul” well over a year ago in a very hands-on manner — literally composing, co-composing and arranging eleven of the thirteen tracks and then playing and recording all the instruments - including bass, drums, piano, guitar and percussion — in her home studio to get a working “feel” for how the music might sound. She then “sweetened” the songs by adding string sounds and other software instruments to elaborate and experiment with the aural mood of each track, interpreting and identifying with each track’s sound individually as well as part of the overall song sequence. On the final CD, Lundy plays guitar on all tracks, piano and Rhodes on many tracks, and drums on two.
This weekly live show coming to you through The Magic Happens Radio Stream is called, 'Kat Got Your Tongue.' Kathleen Anne McCarthy (https://www.facebook.com/kathleen.a.mccarthy), 'Kat for short' will be interviewing different contributing writers to The Magic Happens Magazine (www.themagichappens.com) to find out what makes them tick and what makes them think. Coming at you every Saturday at 11:30 am eastern time.
24 year old Brian Escobar is a man of many hats and enjoys expressing himself in different ways. His interests include Composing, performing and recording music; acting, meditation & spirituality, healing, writing & blogging, fashion & jewelry and business - to name a few. He is a new school type of person that likes to take old concepts and modernize them for the times, making the wise words of the past common knowledge and mainstream through his social media outlets, websites, and other side projects. It is his intention to help heal the world and bring people together through creative expression in a way that is gentle, playful and fresh. His journey has taught him how to heal himself and part of that journey entails sharing that information with others. Brian is also a recently new edition to The Magic Happens Magazine.
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Heal--”Living Life on Pause”
We continue our November theme "Time to Heal—Stop Living Your Life on Pause.” Joining the meeting this week is Musician and Artist 2, MusiQ – a.k.a. Tudi. His musical gifts include singing, rapping, lyrical composing, producing, engineering, emceeing and voice overs, he does it all to the Glory of the Lord. Be on-time and learn about the music industry. They say music soothes the soul-----come be musically healed~~~love u 4 real~~~
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Viki Winterton interviews Heidi Quimby!
Heidi S. Quimby is the author of The Wedge Between Us. She has written a story about her life and the struggles she has encountered. Growing up in a dysfunctional family did not give her the best chance to be the successful individual she has turned out to be. Heidi has filled the early pages of her book with stories of the hardships, challenges and grief that she has endured. She has written a remarkable story that focuses on overcoming obstacles, never giving up and finding out how to believe in yourself.
By shifting her thinking and opening up to a higher power, Heidi has moved on to create the harmony and bliss that exists in her life today. She has an inspiring, motivational story that will pull at your heartstrings. While possessing a determined and committed aura about her that is both captivating and magnetic, she truly draws people and circumstances to her through her gifts. She is a woman of incredible mental strength, depth and an endless capacity for what is possible next!
Heidi lives in the small town of Perkiomenville, Pennsylvania with her adored husband, Neal. She is the proud mother of four boys, Travis, Luke, Jordan and Jacob. When she is not busy composing, she enjoys the hectic life of a soccer mom, listening to both Christian and country music and is an avid reader. She has also established herself within the bodybuilding arena, earning her professional title in May of 2013 as an NGA Pro Figure Athlete. She attributes her success to maintaining a balance in her life of Mind, Body and Spirit.
This musical showcase shines a spotlight on Nick Proch based out of Phoenix, Arizona. This young but experienced composer is a University of Arizona graduate, with a Bachelors Degree in Music and is UCLA certified in Film Scoring. His newest project is grabbing attention as he is rearranging modern music with classical orchestration. Help him Kick Start this independent venture. Hosted by Tyler Wolf.
Tui Snider is a writer and travel blogger specializing in offbeat sites, overlooked history, quirky travel destinations, and haunted places. Tui has worn a lot of hats in her life - literally - and is especially fond of berets.
When not obsessing over her latest writing projects, Tui enjoys posting photos on Instagram, and composing dreamy electronic music. She plays several instruments and is currently learning the Theremin - although, so far, she's pretty terrible at it!
Tui sometimes jokes that she became a travel writer simply because she's moved around so much. At one point, she moved 16 times in 10 years! After living in several US states, Belgium, Italy, and a tiny island with a population of 7, Tui fell in love with a Texan and followed her heart to the Lone Star State, where she has lived for 5 years straight - a personal record. Although Tui admits to experiencing as much culture shock here as she ever did overseas, she now considers Texas home.
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FROM THE BACTA TANK A Star Wars radio show filled with gossip, comedy, discussions, skits and a whole lot more.
Update 1: A trilogy based on Obi-Wan [Rumor]. Rumors say that Ewan himself would like to reprise his role not only in episode VIII but in a standalone trilogy.
Update 2: John Williams to begin scoring Episode VII. Sources say in under two weeks he will begin composing.
Update 3: Star Wars Rebels to rebroadcast on ABC with added footage.
What an exciting show is in store for you! Al DeGregoris is back with a new CD and Lisa Engelken is making the trek from West Coast to East! Music from BOTH amazing artists? You better believe it!
Al's background is both wondrous and serene. He gravitated to piano at 4, sax at 6, and had songs and his first band under his belt at 7! By 12, he was a paid pro, insatiable for more learning and playing. A source of pride in his native New York, Al received his Bachelor's in Music Merchandising - AND excelled in law at Hofstra University! Straddling the legal and the musical highways, Al was determined to get involved in EVERY way. So, he found the means to design his own production studio that made a splash. Composing, recording, honing his skills on keys, and producing - well, let's just say that his multiple talents have paid off! Al's third project, "All in Good Time", is based on something poignant that his beloved parents used to say. Help in delivering the message: Nils, Jeff Lorber, Eric Marienthal, Chuck Loeb, and the late Ricky Lawson.
Like Al, this is Lisa's second visit - and she's ready to spread the news! Not only about her big events on the East Coast, but also what ELSE she has up her sleeve. This consummate artist is at full throttle ALWAYS; singing in Portuguese, Spanish, French and Italian - the culture and music of which she has swallowed WHOLE for years - even earning a fellowship to Italy to pursue studies. Her operatic and theatrical training, the sextet and quintet that she co-founded in Washington, D.C., her award-winning performance in "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" in San Francisco - did I mention how fascinating Lisa is? The youngest of 13 children from Big Skies, Kansas has made a SPLASH internationally - to RAVE reviews! "Little Warrior" tracks are on tap - join us!
Mary E., and ArtSees Productions, celebrates Global Cooperation Day with an special interview with Bill Sosinsky CEO/Founder of the Energime Organization. Energime is a bottom-line solutions provider for businesses looking to lower their operating costs and create a more sustainable business model. Music compliments of Red Buffalo Heart. Michael Dimitri.
Bill Sosinsky has been a proponent of sustainable growth and renewable energy since the early 1970s. After academic work at the SUNY Binghamton School of business for undergraduate studies, and NYU graduate school, he started Environomic Solutions, an early version of Energime, in 1977. He ran that company until its dissolution in 1981 when it closed due to an immature market. During the 1980s he traveled the world working on documentary films, many of which dealt with the issues of unsustainable development and the improper use of natural resources. Later in that decade, Bill settled back in New York City where he started a construction and renovation company. 1996 saw a move to the Pacific Northwest for Bill and his family. There he developed and built single and multi-family residential communities, invested in real estate and worked as a teacher and mentor, educating new real estate agents and investors. Bill’s credits also include teaching at the Henry George School of Economics, working for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York City Bicentennial Corporation, NYPIRG, and composing and producing sound tracks for television and film. Returning to his green roots in 2005,
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The multi-talented musician Greg Manning stops by to chat with host Mike Tee. Greg Manning is primarily a keyboardist in the Jazz/Soul/Funk genres, but he is also very accomplished in Composing, Producing, and many other areas. His latest album is entitled "Dance With You." Join Us Live!