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Join us this week as we welcome pop music recording artist and actress, Mandy Rain. Mandy started her acting career at a young age. In 2007, Rain auditioned for "Star Camp" a Nickelodeon television show that focuses on the making of a super star musical group. Rain was chosen along with seven other kids to join the show and "The Giggle Club." The band disbanded shortly after the series finale. In the summer of 2009 The Giggle Club's producer Nick Cannon formed a group called The School Gyrls which Mandy was apart of along with Monica Parales, and Jacque Pyles. After two movies and two albums, Mandy decide to quit the group and go solo. A year after the disbandment of the School Gyrls, Rain released her debut single "Boogie". Her most recent Ep album "Riot" was released in January of 2015. Currently Mandy has just released her latest single "Back to Bad". The track was co-written by Mandy, Maria Christensen, (J-lo, Celine Dion) and Isaac Hasson (Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez). The new single from Mandy is available Now @ digital outlets. We will talk to Mandy about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, feature her latest songs, and ask her to share her message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Mandy Rain at http://www.realmandyrain.com/ and spread the word. Fans are welcome to call in and speak live with Mandy during the show (718) 766-4193. As always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Be sure to join us, Sunday 11/8/2015 at 4 PM EST! Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.
Holly Elle proves to be a force that is unpredictable in the best way possible. “Mirage” is now available for free download on Soundcloud.
Holly Elle teamed up again with Isaac Hasson (Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez) after enjoying a successful collaboration on her previous singles, “Lifeline” and “Lose Control.” While her last release was an urban party anthem, “Mirage” moves with a cool and tranquil sound, pairing a crunchy, industrial synth beat with her sultry vocals. The result is an addictive combination that will stick with fans long after the first listen. Elle evokes the sentiment of an uncertain lover with the hook, “is this love a mirage?” The idea of seeing an unreliable lover everywhere, haunted by the thought that he may disappear at any moment paints a melancholy picture. While her catalogue tends to showcase strength, liberation and fearlessness, Elle shows a softer side with this song while still maintaining the intensity she is known for.
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Tonight we have a very special guest, Rabbi Yehuda Glick!
Rabbi Yehuda Joshua Glick is an American-born Israeli rabbi and Torah Scholar, Recently he was shot during an assignation attempt by Hamas and survived 4 bullets in the chest and abdominal cavity. He is a civil rights activist who campaigns for expanding access to World Jewry to our temple mount area, which is currently under control of Jordan. Glick is the leader of the group Haliba, a coalition of groups dedicated to “reaching complete and comprehensive freedom and civil rights for Jews and Gentiles on the Temple Mount.
Yehuda Glick was born on 20 November 1965 in the USA to American parents, Brenda his mother and his father Shimon Glick; the family made Aliyah to Eretz Israel when he was a child. Glick is chairman of the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation, and previously worked as the executive director of The Temple Institute, a group that supports the building of the Third Temple on the Temple Mount. Glick advocates opening the Temple Mount on an equal footing to prayer by Muslims, Jews, Christians and others. He has been called "a symbol of the struggle for Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount. And has been described as representing the recent shift in the demand for Jewish prayer to be permitted on the Temple Mount on an equal footing. Left Wing Liberal journalist of Haaetz Nir Hasson credits Glick as having put the Israeli left on the defensive by "uncover(ing) the absurdity created at the Temple Mount" by a status quo that, by permitting Muslim prayer while prohibiting Jewish prayer, "discriminates against people because of their religion."
Jo's guest today will be Randall Hasson...owner of the "Randall M. Hasson Gallery" in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
All of Randall's work has a Spiritual essence...he is one of Jo's all time favorite artists.
Be sure and tune in...we know you will enjoy meeting Randall.
Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Holly Elle, a Pop and R&B Singer and Performer from Nashville to the show.
An electrifying bond of authenticity links modern chanteuse Holly Elle’s radiant voice to lyrics, melodies and beats. With soul infused pop as a point of reference – and the mantra “No Labels, no rules, no limits” – Holly arrives with verve, vision and vibe.
Her viral video hit “Freak” struck a resonant chord, especially with young LGBT audiences who drew inspiration from the song’s message of empowerment and inclusion. Praised by opinion makers across the board, it was highlighted with two articles in the leading national gay publication The Advocate. Further strengthening this connection, Holly was invited to perform at the 250,000 strong Atlanta Pride Weekend.
K.Y.D. ( Hasson Barrow) is a young man who wants to get across the message that there is just too much violence in this country. He started out as a rapper at the age of 14 and he experienced some things which gave him a different perspective on life. He is now on an active mission to help stop the street and domestic violence throughout the communities in this country. Please tune in on December 11th at 6PM EST to hear what this young man has to say.
Julie Hasson has shared her expertise through articles and recipes for well-known magazines including Bon Appétit, Cooking Light and Vegetarian Times, as well as in numerous newspaper and web articles. Julie is currently working as a spokesperson for the Sugar Association and is one of the hosts of the cooking show and DVD “15 & Done” (Banyan Entertainment). She has done numerous television appearances around the country.
Today's guest is Bill Hasson, a long time supporter of Caribbean Culture in Washington DC as well as internationally. He is talking with me today about what really went on behind the scene in the planning and eventually the un-doing of the 2011 DC Caribbean Carnival.
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Intro and Outro music by St. Lucian soca artist Mantius Cazaubon. You can download his music here.
Remember communist thinking Janet Hasson, publisher of the Journal News who approved voyeurism at the Journal News, allowing her communist thinking employees to map out and list the addresses of private citizens who exercise their constitutional rights to own firearms in Westchester and Rockland Counties, N.Y.?
What's good for the goose... Robert Cox of "Talk of the Sound" in Westchester, N.Y. has maped out and listed the names and addresses of the Journal News employees. Hasson doesn't like that. Neither do her employees; the same ones that thought listing the names and addresses of ligitimate American gun owners was fair game and good for a few laughs.
Who's laughing now?
Virginia Film Festival officials recently announced what attendees and special guests of the Festival saw all weekend long – that by every possible measure, the 28th Annual VFF was an unqualified success.
The Virginia Film Festival is presented by the University of Virginia and the Office of the Provost and Vice Provost for the Arts.
The 2015 Virginia Film Festival welcomed Hollywood heavy hitters like Meg Ryan and Oliver Stone, famed film historian and critic Leonard Maltin, history-making writer and activist Larry Kramer, rising stars like Israel Broussard and Maddie Hasson, and more than 100 filmmakers covering territory from right here in Virginia to points all across the globe.
Record numbers of film fans streamed into theaters across Charlottesville throughout the four-day festival to take in more than 130 films and special events in what was one of the VFF’s deepest and most diverse programs in its 28-year history.
“This was, in every way, an extraordinary year for us,” said VFF Director and U.Va. Vice Provost for the Arts Jody Kielbasa. “Each year as we go through the process of putting together our program, we are inspired to raise the bar for what we know is one of the most engaged and enthusiastic film festival audiences in America. The way our patrons came out to support this program this year is truly remarkable, humbling, and gratifying. “
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The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this journey over the rainbow and through the looking glass. And remember to take the red pill.
Today's Guests are Meredith Skye and T. Eric Bakutis.
The Gods of Garran
The House of Hasson
Nethermost Realm: The Prisoner of Arlunn
T. Eric Bakutis
More information on these authors and links to their novels is at blog.sevantownsend.com.