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Traditions seduce people into a religious void. Brother Marcos talks about the Orthodox Church.
Be sure to tune into the Drako Sports Impact Hour tonight at 10pm(Eastern)/7pm(Pacific) as host Skippy Cohen welcomes MMA stars Tara Larosa & Marcos Bonilla!
Dominate Your World
Everyday the news is SCREAMING at us with depressing news, horrific news and news beyond belief. What part of the world is safe? What school or sanctuary is impenetrable to the bad guys?
We have to STOP the insanity and START to do our part to make the world better, one person and one positive action at a time.
Let us work on having inner peace, and together, let us pray for world peace. We are blessed to have Rev. Marcos Miranda with us to guide us and comfort us.
ATTacHE' is an English, Spanish and Latino Urban-Pop American musical group created by "Powerful Music" producer Jorge Marcos.
Marcos is one of the original founders of the band CLOUDS who pioneered the world wide known "THE MIAMI SOUND” featured in the PBS documentary "THE SOUND TRACK OF OUR LIVES” written and produced by TV producer Joe Cardona.
Jorge Marcos was nominated twice for the Grammy Music Awards, alongside his brother, musician Frankie Marcos whose impressive Jazzy Rock and Latin Rhythms has caught the attention of Governors, State Legislators and City Officials honoring them for their international achievements in the field of music.
Marcos has co-produced remix songs for prestigious stars such as: David Bisbal, Jon Secada, M.S.M (the Miami Sound Machine Band) a recent Emilio Estefan musical project.
ATTacHE's flawless feminine vocals are none other than the skilled and accomplished singer Taniyah, a multilayer singer that interprets a variety of sounds from R'n'B, American POP, Latin Rhythms to beautiful international love songs. In her own unique and original style Taniyah captivates all audiences with her beautiful voice and exotic Mediterranean style. She has worked as a vocalist for UNIVISION TV NETWORK for the past ten years.
To complement each other’s musical talents, Taniyah and Jorge have created ATTacHE' and recorded their first English CD: "Dear Music" and for their Spanish audience, the CD "Querida Musica".
Taniyah and Jorge’s life performance will captivate the listening and dancing audience around the world.
HIS NAME WAS Iñigo de Loyola. He was born in 1491 to a rich family, youngest of eight boys, one of thirteen children. His older brother had sailed to the New World with
Christopher Columbus. Iñigo served as a page in the court of King Ferdinand and
Queen Isabella of Spain. He became friends with Ferdinand’s Belgian grandson, Charles Habsburg, whose other grandfather was Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian. (The Holy Roman Emperor was a kind of secular pope who presided over the Christian kingdoms of the western world.) Charles was propelled to great authority before his twenty-first birthday by the deaths of his two grandfathers within a space of two years. From Ferdinand, Charles inherited Spain. From Maximilian, he inherited the Holy Roman Empire. Charles Habsburg was King Charles I of Spain, Emperor Charles V of Rome. He was the most powerful secular figure in Europe. And he was Iñigo’s friend.
In 1518, Iñigo was part of a legation negotiating for Charles with Spain’s traditional rival, France, at the court of the Duke of Najera in Valladolid. While the summit was in session, Catherina, the Emperor’s sister, was presented to the Najera court. Iñigo fell
in love with her. He was twenty-seven and she was eleven. (The Emperor was eighteen.) The match, however, was not to be.
On Memorial Day, we honor and remember the men and women who gave their lives in service of our country.
President John F. Kennedy said "My fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country." Coach Joyce Barrie says "ask what you can do for our veterans." Take this opportunity to support our veterans, to make a difference, not just today, but everyday. Appreciate the veterans and be sure to let them know you care.
Rev. Marcos Miranda will talk about the significance of this Federal Holiday. He will lead us in prayer for our veterans and their families. Rev. Dr. Daniel Delgado will talk about his experiences in the Marines, his medical discharge and why we must never forget our fallen heroes.
Join Us this coming Sunday evening April 26th, 2015 at 6:00PM for the "LIVE" Call In Episode of "The KBK Today Show!" Ask your questions, share your thoughts and memories and most of all grab the wealth of knowledge from our 1st Generation Black Belts of the Late Grandmaster Ferdinand T. Bigard, Jr. Pass the word!!!
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchalk on Thursday, May 14th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is metalsmith and jeweler April Wood.
Please join us for this live interview and participate by logging into the chat-room or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
April Wood received her BFA in Studio Art-Metals from Texas State University in San Marcos and her MFA from Towson University. She is a co-founder of the Baltimore Jewelry Center, where she teaches and manages the studio. Prior to her work with the Baltimore Jewelry Center, she taught at the Maryland Institute College of Art, the Corcoran College of Art and Design, Texas State University – San Marcos, Towson University, Penland School of Crafts, and Idyllwild Arts. She exhibited her work as part of the Jackalope Collective at SIERAAD International Art Jewelry Fair in Amsterdam in November 2013. In 2012, she had a solo exhibition at the Austin Museum of Art and from 2009 to 2012, her work was part of a traveling exhibition of contemporary feminist art entitled A Complex Weave: Women and Identity in Contemporary Art. She has been the recipient of three Maryland State Art Council Individual Artist Awards (2009 – Sculpture, 2010 - Works on Paper, 2012 – Crafts). Her work has been published in Metalsmith, Surface Design Journal, and Sculpture magazines.
Learn more about April by visiting her website or Facebook Page.