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Tune in live for Hex Education, an irreverent Witchcraft radio show featuring your hosts, Salem Witches Christian Day and Leanne Marrama. For this segment, we'll be speaking to our good friend Edward Menten, creator of one of the most popular pagan-based pages on Facebook, Confessions of Crafty Witches, about recipes, do-it-yourself projects, homeopathic remedies, spells, and all things crafty! Find out what it takes to operate a high traffic, highly interactive Facebook page that has attracted well over 200,000 followers! Call (347) 308-8731 with questions for the guest and be sure to join us in the chatroom where you can interact with other listeners!
Dungeon Crawlers Radio is excited to have special guest. Author, Edward Lazellar to talk about his new book, "The Lost Prince".
In Lazellari’s debut fantasy, Awakenings, New York City cop Cal MacDonnell and photographer Seth Raincrest found themselves stalked by otherworldly beings intent on killing them. The two had to accept the aid of a mysterious woman to unlock their hidden pasts, and what they discovered changed their lives. This interview will be broadcasted live from Epic Puzzles and Games in West Valley City on Monday September 09, 2013 starting @ 6pm.
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GOSPEL GOES TO THE CASINOS..You probably wouldn't think of Gospel music being in nightclubs, bars, or casinos. Today's Gospel music is gaining recognition in venues where typically secular artists perform.
The Blind Boys of Alabama, recognized globally as living legends of gospel music, will perform at Harrah’s on Saturday night.
On this episode of KINDRED SPIRITS LIVE (In The News) with Edward Mathews and Lady Jaz, we will discuss the movement of today's gospel music. Is it ministry or business?
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Slaves in the Family with Edward Ball
If you knew that you were a descendant of a slave- owner, would you tell anyone?
If you had an opportunity to apologize to descendants of those enslaved by your family, would you?
Edward Ball is a writer of narrative nonfiction and the author of five books, including The Inventor and the Tycoon (Doubleday, 2013), about the birth of moving pictures. The book tells the story of Edward Muybridge, the pioneering 19-century photographer (and admitted murderer), and Leland Stanford, the Western railroad baron, whose partnership, in California during the 1870s, gave rise to the visual media.
Edward Ball’s first book, Slaves in the Family (1998), told the story of his family’s history as slave-owners in South Carolina, and of the families they once enslaved. Slaves in the Family won the National Book Award for nonfiction, was a New York Times bestseller, was translated into five languages, and was featured on Oprah.
Edward Ball was born in Savannah, raised in Louisiana and South Carolina, and graduated from Brown University in 1982. He worked for ten years as freelance journalist in New York, writing about art and film, and becoming a columnist for The Village Voice.
His other books, all nonfiction, include The Sweet Hell Inside (2001), the story of an African-American family that rose from the ashes of the Civil War to build lives in music and in art during the Jazz Age; Peninsula of Lies (2004), the story of English writer Gordon Hall, who underwent one of the first sex reassignments—in the South during the 1960s—creating an outrage; and The Genetic Strand, about the process of using DNA to investigate family history.
Edward Ball lives in Connecticut and teaches at Yale University.
1) Program Introduction
2) Report from the Real News about Edward Snowden the NSA Whistle-blower . 3) My finnal Comments 4) Other internect programs on the same subject . WikiLeaks Blasts U.S. for Leaving Snowden "Stateless" as NSA Leaker Withdraws Asylum Bid in Russia