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  • 01:04

    Episode 236:Universal HipHop Museum Round Table

    in Music

    Join Prez and Mac Jay as they welcome members of the Universal Hiphop Museum including special Co-Host Cli-N-Tel, Kurtis Blow and many others

  • 01:02

    Buffalo History Museum with Cynthia Van Ness

    in History

    Today Cynthia Van Ness, Director of Library and Archives at the Buffalo History Museum, joins Jane to talk about the archives and library at what is otherwise known as the Buffalo and Eric County Historical Society. Find out what gems can be found at the library, especially its War of 1812 collection, the Williamsville Hospital records from the War of 1812 and the 99,000-name newspaper obituary card file.


    http://www.buffalohistory.org/Learn/Research-Library.aspx


    Catalog: http://opac.libraryworld.com/opac/home.php


     


     

  • 00:06

    Tennessee Museum Of Aviation: A Living Museum Honoring Our Veterans

    in Aviation

    The best way to honor our veterans is to remember the sacrifices they have made. It is important for younger generations to learn about history from places that preserve these cherished memories and see items that belonged to our veterans. The TN Museum of Aviation is open year round and is a “living” museum. The exhibits and aircraft change frequently which makes each visit memorable. The museum is a great place for families to reminisce with veterans willing to share their memories with younger generations. When you visit the Tennessee Museum of Aviation, you are taking a step back in time to experience a part of history in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer talks to Vietnam War Veteran, Mr. Don Campbell about an amazing collection of memorabilia at the Tennessee Aviation Museum in beautiful Sevierville, Tennessee! Today’s show is sponsored by The City of Sevierville, the east coast’s hottest most affordable eco-travel destination for families, couples and holiday weekends. If you want to relax, reconnect with nature and have the time of your life, please check out VisitSevierville.com! Do you like FREE stuff? Tune in to The Organic View Radio Show, Monday through Friday @6pm Eastern and visit our contest section at www.theorganicview.com/contests to win one of our monthly prizes!     


     

  • 01:00

    The Lie about the Minnesota Black History Museum

    in News

    Mr. Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen will tell our listeners the truth about what happened to the museum and much, much more. They phone lines will be open.


     


     

  • 02:08

    Art Unity Network & Underground Railroad Museum

    in Art

    347-989-8767 Saturday 1pm PT 4 ET.


    Join Blackistand Radio as we speak to Chrystal Tucker about her Art Unity Network. All forms of artists are encouraged to join us as we push conscious art forms in this revolutionary Renaissance of spiritual warefare. Also we will explore the Underground Railroad Mesuem restoration efforts of Kansas city.


    Special guest and Hip Hop artist King Free Man will also be joining us sharing his dope tracks and vision.


    Tune in and drop some jewels of your own!

  • 00:25

    Rising Above - A Spiritual Chat with Host, Sister Jenna on America Meditating

    in Self Help

    Sister Jenna discusses the importance of Remembrance, Connection with the Divine and Silence and shares special music and meditations.  Join us 24/7 on the America Meditating Radio Show for a lively discussion featuring celebrities, leaders, authors, and average folks sharing success stories. Discussions provide listeners with new and inspiring ways to combat challenges that we encounter along the journey of life. This is not an ordinary radio show, but rather, a unique format of combined sharings of poetry, wisdom, meditation, music, and it features solutions to current day issues. Hosted by prominent motivational speaker and teacher, Sister Jenna, Director of the Meditation Museum.


    Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.  Visit our website at www.meditationmuseum.org.  Download our free Pause for Peace App for Apple or Android 

  • 00:56

    Audio Tour of the Door County Maritime Museum

    in Lifestyle

    On Thursday, November 5th, Going Home with Tony takes the Hot Water 911 Boiler Room Studio on the road again.  This time host Tony Scimeca and cohost Claudia Scimeca go to the Door County Maritime Museum in Sturgeon Bay Wisconsin.  There they will do an audio tour of the museum and talk to the wonderful staff about the ships of Lake Michigan, ship building, ship wrecks, lighthouses and more.  We will be there at the start of the museum's Merry-Time Tree Festival which runs until December 8th at which time, the trees, decorated and adorned by local businesses and organizations will be auctioned off to lucky winners. We are thrilled to be able to experience the museum and its treasure trove of information while delighting in holiday decorations!  AND, as if hanging out at this amazing museum wasn't enough, because it is the first Thursday of the month, our resident tech guru, Carolyn Nicander Mohr of The Wonder of Tech will join us to share the latest and greatest in tech innovations. 


    Find out more about the Door County Maritime Museum by checking out their website and follow them on Facebook and Twitter.


    Enjoy the show!

  • 00:34

    Interview with Noah Jemisin -- Author, Artist, Professor and World Traveler.

    in Business

    Interview with Noah Jemisin -- Author, Artist, Professor and World Traveler.


    What was buried and forgotten under New York, is no longer buried or forgotten.


    Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network


    (All Black! All News! All You!)


    This segment is CBBN Business Journals where we interview business owners and other innovators from around the world.


    Our guest is Noah Jemisin, Author of Buried Treasure: The Story of the First African Americans in New York.  


    Noah Jemisin -- Artist, professor, world traveler, and inquisitive best describe Noah Jemisin. He studied fine arts at the University of Iowa, earning MA and MFA degrees. He has taught at the University level for many years. His works are included in a number of public and private collections throughout the US and the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC and the Montclair Museum, NJ.


    Buried Treasure is the conception of New York-based artist Noah Jemisin, who was inspired by the discovery of a forgotten burial ground. An art book in story form and tells the story of New York’s first African-Americans.


    The book is the first of JAM. Graphics & Publishing’s non-comic publications.


    You may order a copy at: http://www.jamgraphicsandpub.com/


    Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue


    Executive Producer


    Chicago's Black Business Radio Network

  • 02:43

    MichelleO says Whitey is the problem! - More gun sales less murders! Really?

    in Politics

    Hr1    Michelle Obama perpetuated the "reality" of racism at a speech at Tuskegee University.


    In Columbus, OH, police shot and killed Mohamed Barry after he randomly attacked people with a machete at a restaurant. Of course, this is just a random, unexplainable event.


    History is not the enemy, but it's under attack. Especially the Civil War. Now the museum is taking heat for a new weapons display.


    The problem with most churches in America is, they have no spine! God's Word doesn't change! God is pro-life. 


    Hr2   Wait?! Homicides are down? How can that be, with gun sales up? Obama fact-check.


    Media mogul, Xander Gibb joins the convo talking current events, university brainwashing, rape culture, political parties, and uncivilized discourse.


    Disgusting Purdue staff member publicly called for the rape of their pro-life students.


    There are actually groups who want to divide us as a nation, rather than unify us. We need real leadership.


    Hr3  Here's the latest assault on faith... Scientists seek to prove belief in God is caused by brain damage. I guess that means I'm in trouble!


    Socialist Venezuela is running out of food. How can that be? There's always plenty to go around in socialism, right?


    Socialist, Sanders-supporting hipster doesn’t see the irony that he just left California for a state that doesn’t tax it’s 1% at all.


    Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?

  • 00:33

    Ep 72 Grant Wood Regionalist Artist

    in History

    "American Gothic," the frequently parodied painting of the old couple (really father and daughter) standing in front of a white farm house with a gothic style window holding a pitchfork, is one of the most recognizable paintings in the world. You know the painting, but what do you know about the artist? Wood was one of the school of Regionalist painters, but his art ranged from recycle art to murals to stain glass. Wood was born and raised and returned to work in Iowa. Tune in to learn about Wood's life, his art, his Iowa connections, and a new display coming to the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art.
     

  • 00:29

    EXPOSITION -Jamie C. Sloane, Professional Artist February 10, 2016 at 2:00 pm

    in Education

    Exposition hosts Valerie Thomas and Mike Thompson  features Jamie C. Sloane, a professional artist currently residing in Gallipolis Ohio. Jamie studied Music Composition at Marshall University (non-graduate), writing symphonies and other large orchestral works. Jamie began to paint as a pastime, and found later that he had a passion as an artist coming through in the visual form. Much of my earlier paintings resemble music in the visual sense. Sloane’s first gallery show was in Gallipolis Ohio at the French Art Colony, titled ‘Translations: Aesthetic Interpretations of Gallipolis’; a visual translation of the historical landscape of Gallipolis Ohio. His second show occurred just one year later, containing 45 new paintings; this was held in Point Pleasant at The Gallery At 409.


    Jamie C. Sloan


    Professional Artist


    Email address: jamiesloane6@outlook.com


    Phone: 740-709-0663


     


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