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THAT NERD SHOW: Join Marcus Blake and Guest Host Alex Moore tonight as we discuss the 2014 Dallas International Film Festival. We will review the movies we saw, tell you what movies you should see and avoid. Also we will be talking about the celebrities we got to interview. Listen to That Nerd Show for your 2014 Dallas Film Festival Round-up...Listen at 10pm cst at thatnerdshow.com
Join us for a live broadcast from New York of the Festival of Aries (Easter Festival) Full Moon Meditation.
"I come forth and from the plane of mind, I rule."
Aries transmits the energy of the first Ray of Will or Power, a power that can be destructive or creative and purifying depending upon the vehicle which it contacts. It is a fire sign and the purveyor to our solar system of pure, electric fire which fosters and nourishes heat as well as burning and destroying all limitations both individual and within the world at large. In Aries it is said that the “jungles of experience are set on fire and dissolve in flames and…the Path stands clear and unobstructed vision is achieved.” Fire is the great liberator, clearing away obstacles and bringing forth the truth. And through the agency of fire, Aries is said to “fuse the beginning and the end, to blend the opposites and dispel both time and space”.
Aries coincides with the Easter Festival, the great Christian festival of rebirth. The Crucifixion experience was meant to demonstrate the reality of “life more abundant”, not the focus upon death that has characterised the church’s interpretation of the event. The keynote of the new age understanding of this festival will be upon resurrection, symbolising the precipitation on Earth of a new kingdom in which all will be free from death and released from the cross of matter. Christ came to show us the nature of the “saved life”, to demonstrate the quality of the eternal self which is in everyone.
This News Breaking! PROMO features Royal Bayyan of KOOL AND THE GANG fame... promoting THE NEW YORK ISLAMIC FILM FESTIVAL ON MAY 3 & 4 at the MALCOLM X - BETTY SHABAZZ CENTER in Upper Manhattan, New York.
THIS EVENT IS SPONSORED BY THE MOSQUE OF ISLAMIC BROTHERHOOD'S COMMUNICATION DEPARTMENT
The Music Festival of Rosendale, Inc. is a not-for-profit, grassroots citizen organization that comes together for the purpose of continuing the legendary Rosendale Street Festival for the multiple benefits it offers to our community and the Mid-Hudson Valley as a whole.
The festival is held on Main Street, Rosendale, New York each July for two days to boost the local economy and boost community interaction. It is also produced to help support and expose people to the local music of our region. If the street festival is profitable it is dedicated to help fund scholarships for area youth to attend music summer camps,
For more info about the festival visit; http://rosendalestreetfestival.ning.com
World Footprints travels to New Orleans for our annual broadcast at French Quarter Festival. We will broadcast live from the heart of the Quarter at Jackson Square in the Tableau restaurant--Dickie Brennan's latest gem.
This year we will be exploring the city's African-American history, New Orleans role in World War II, the history of voodoo, culinary arts and the performing arts. We will also talk to a popular psychic.
Join us for the world's largest music brunch and let the good times roll.
♥Last Wednesday the Indie Series Awards commenced at the legendary El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood which honored the best in online scripted serials. Find out how the pre-nomination party at Raphael's went, as well as the red carpet! We'll also chat w/nominated actor Ron Hanks from Golden California about his experience and hear his report from Hollyweb Festival Awards show from April 6.
♥Then stick around as we chat about The Walking Dead season finale, what's coming up for The Vampire Diaires, The Originals, The Following and 24's Live Another Day!
The new indie film GRACE, will makae its world premiere April 18th at the upcoming Nashville Film Festival. Rooted in powerful performances by Annika Marks (“The Sessions”) and Sharon Lawrence (“NYPD Blue”), “GRACE.” compassionately looks at the disease of addiction through a young woman inching towards redemption. Grace was produced by Emmy Award-winning director and producer, Sylvia Caminer, who's our guest on this show.
GET THE FIRST LOOK! Watch the official trailer for Grace here: Website: www.gracethemovie.us
Join Danny & Andy as e recap the amazing Texas Rattlesnake Festival which took place in Round Rock Texas on Marh 8th & 9th. Listen in to how history was made and how this event will shape the future of infamous Rattlesnake Roundups like Sweetwater and Freer which will likely become endangered species in their own right thanks to the Rattlesnake Festival and the amazing people behind this event.
Before it's over, we'll go over some of the hatemail we've been recieving from Roundup Supporters and read them back in Dramatic Fashion, yo uwon't want to miss this!
Once again, it's the world famous, award winning, History Making, UrbanJunglesRadio!
A growing Canadian city with a bussling arts community, Vaughan is bringing in filmmakers from across the world to showcase their work. Besides the showcase, the festival also offers classes to all parts of the film industry, from directing to stuntwork. The event is set for April. We will talk to the organizers about the successes of the festival and what we can expect this year.
The 25th Louisiana Railroad Festival in DeQuincy, Louisiana host this week's American Passenger Rail Heritage Foundation's Let's Talk Trains program.
The City of DeQuincy which observed the centennial of its incorporation in 2003, owes its existence to the railroads. The original townsite was laid out in 1896 and 1897 when the main line of the Kansas City Pittsburgh and Gulf Railroad reached here.
Over the years the railroad -- the Kansas City Southern and Union Pacific Railroads -- have provided employment for several generations of DeQuincy residents and have been a mainstay of the local economy.
Before the coming of the Interstate system and better roads, DeQuincy was the hub for railroad travel, with several east-west and north-south passenger trains coming through each day. The passenger trains are gone now, but the city is still important in the railroad freight industry and continues to be a “railroad town.”
We invite everyone to come and help us celebrate our heritage and traditions as a railroad town; visit our beautiful Railroad Museum which was built in 1923 as the Kansas City Southern Depot, and which is recognized as one of the most attractive restored depots in the nation.
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