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  • 01:05

    The Neo Soul Show Presents Havana

    in Music

    Another Wednesday, another amazing new artist! From MJ's ears to your hearts, we welcome Havana to the show! You will be blown away by her refreshingly new sound. Havana is an artist who defies predictable first-impressions and lazy stereotypes. Part street, all real talk, Havana’s progressive, eclectic, hyper-soul can spin at the club, at a house party, or on the stereo on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Join the Q-man and T. Mitch as they discuss Entervention, music and everything under this songbirds Californian sun!! Check out Havana at ihearthavana.com

  • 00:59

    Exotic Running- The Havana Half Marathon

    in Sports

    Join Richard Diaz and his guest, Coach Jenny Hadfield as they discuss an exotic running vacation: The Havana Cuba Half Marathon.  Due to the US embargo, Cuba has been restricted for US travelers. This is a unique chance to visit and run on the forbidden Island of Cuba.

    Few Americans have had the pleasure of visiting Cuba since we blocked trade with Cuba as far back as October of 1960 back.  Through the efforts of InsightCuba, a non-profit travel organization specializing in legal people-to-people travel to Cuba for Americans, runners from the US can legally visit Cuba to participate in this event.

  • 00:31

    Welcome Lorenzo To The NTUNED Mix-Up

    in Music

    LORENZO was born in Los Angeles, California, but raised in Havana, Florida, a small town outside of Tallahassee, Florida. As a child, he sang in the churches and was an avid listener of Luther Vandross, Peabo Bryson, Michael Jackson, El Debarge, James Brown and Sam Cooke - just to name a few. In high school, Lorenzo was active and competed in sports, making him one of the top cornerbacks in the state of Florida.

    In 1990, Lorenzo put out his first album, Let Me Show You. The album was released with Alpha International through CEMA Records. The album's title track reached #64 on the R&B charts, while the album's other single "Tic Tok" reached #41.

    While in Philadelphia working on his first album, Lorenzo had the privilege of working with great "behind the scene" legends such as Joe Tarsia (legendary recording engineer), Mike Tarsia (son of Joe Tarsia-awesome engineer), Joe Jefferson (he wrote "Sadie", "Brandy", "Mighty Love", "Love Don't Love Nobody"...just to name a few), the late John Whitehead (half of McFadden & Whitehead - he wrote "Backstabbers", "Ain't No Stopping Us Now"), Mike Forte (he signed Lorenzo....produced "Gotta Get You Home With Me Tonight" and "Don't Say No Tonight" by Eugene Wilde...he also produced and co-wrote "Dreaming" by Vanessa Williams), Bruce Weeden 

  • Quantum Healing with Candace - Halloween 2015 with Alba Weinman

    in Spirituality

    If you love Dolores Cannon's work, you will love this show. Candace Craw-Goldman and Alba Weinman both practice Dolores' method of Quantum Healing Hypnosis! (QHHT)

    To learn more about Candace and her QHHT practice go to NewEarthJourney.com

    To learn more about Alba and her QHHT practice go to albaweinman.com 

    Alba's QHHT SPANISH practice go to AlbaAlonsoHypnosis.com

    To find out more about Dolores Cannon or to locat a qualified QHHT practitioner go to DoloresCannonqhht.com

    Alba was born in Havana, Cuba and came to the United States shortly after Fidel Castro took control of the country in 1959.  She grew up in Fort Lee, NJ viewing the New York City skyline from her bedroom window and after finishing High School, moved to Miami, Florida where’s she lives now. She has worked in the telecommunications field for 35 years and is always finding creative ways to use Information Technology to improve her life and business. The most unconventional technology she uses is Automatic writing, a practice in which her guides and spiritual teachers communicate with her via a pen and paper.

    Alba is fluent in English in Spanish and practices QHHT in Miami, Florida.  She has a YouTube channel under her name where you can view some of her hypnosis sessions.

  • 01:18

    At Eye Level - Live From Havana Cigars

    in Entertainment

    This week, we're live from the new location of Group Therapy Open Mic, Havana Cigars in Tustin, CA.
    Havana Cigars sells cigars and accessories and offers a smoking lounge for customers to sit and enjoy a variety of events. They carry a large selection of fine cigars with a huge walk-in humidor. Their cigars have been carefully selected to impress everyone from the most experienced cigar aficionado to first-timers looking for a new experience.
    After the show will be Group Therapy Open Mic, where you can "work out your issues" on our stage. So come out and smoke and joke with some of Orange County's finest up and coming comedians.
    We're also looking for singers, musicians and poets.   Sign ups start at 7:30; the booked show starts at 8 and the open mic is right after. Acts will get to perform for 5 to 10 minutes on a first come, first served basis. If you're on a roll you can keep going, but if you're bombing, we'll gently help you off.

  • 02:00

    Cuban Baseball

    in History

    Cesar Brioso, author of Havana Baseball: Spring Training, Jackie Robinson and the Cuban League will talk about the history of Cuban baseball.

  • 01:08

    Film Maker Joshua Bee Alafia Chats About Havana Habibi

    in Entertainment

    In 2003, Tiffany Madera aka “Hanan,” enraged her Cuban family in Miami by getting on a plane to Havana to participate in an artistic exchange that led to the formation of Cuba’s first Arabic dance troupe; Grupo Aisha Al-Hanan. The troupe founded by hanan was composed of eight women at the University of Havana’s History Department.  A live band of musicians shortly followed from Havana’s colorful and diverse music scene. Guided by hanan, Grupo Aisha Al Hanan; quickly gained notoriety around Cuba despite its departure from State- Sanctioned Culture and Art models. A grassroots cultural movement ensued which had a profound impact on many lives across the globe.

    For Hanan’s family, her returning to Cuba was like an act of support for the Communist Revolution that drove them from their island to Miami. Havana Habibi begins three years later following Hanan’s visit to Havana for the International Dance Festival and workshops with Grupo Aisha Al-Hanan.  We meet the ensemble and see the sacrifices they make to create their art.

    Havana Habibi looks at the cross cultural exchange and intermigration between Africa, Cuba, Spain and the USA; what it means to be a Cuban Bellydancer in Revolutionary Cuba as well as the Cuban Diaspora and travels throughout time, geography and space to tell the human story behind Revolution and geo-political Identity through the sensual metaphor of Bellydance.  

    Jason Bee Alafia joins me to discuss this critically acclaimed documentary film.

  • ALL THE RAGE , SEPT 20 2015

    in Radio


    U.S. and China Seek Arms Deal for Cyberspace


    Baby Gorilla Died In Zoo, And Her Mother Just Can't Let Go


    So Whats To come:

    Crowd gathers for papal Mass in Havana


    We Asked For More Diversity At NYFW, And Here's What Happened


    Why We Must Fight the Attack on Planned Parenthood



    4 wheel Drive Hardware






  • 01:56

    Dr. Julio Marmol, former advisor to Fidel Castro & Tad Atkinson, actor/writer

    in Entertainment

    Dr. Julio Antonio del Marmol is the son of the principal financier behind Castro's Revolution, Leonardo del Marmol. Due to the close relationship he had with Fidel at that time, Leonardo was able to get the young Julio Antonio's letter detailing his idea about training an "army for the future" into the hands of the new Commander-in-Chief. And so it was that, at the age of 12, Julio Antonio became the youngest Commander in the Rebel Army ("el Commandantico") and the Commander-in-Chief of the Young Commandos of the Rebel Army. In this position, he was a part of the Fidel's inner circle, and so saw firsthand the plans the Castros and their friend, Che Guevara, had for the island of Cuba. Alarmed, he went immediately to his father to warn him of the impending betrayal, only to be met with an outraged dismissal from the house. Utterly disillusioned, he confided everything to an uncle in Havana, only to learn that his uncle had been a spy since World War II. Convinced by his uncle's passion, Julio Antonio underwent intensive intelligence training, becoming the youngest spy in Cuban history before he had even turned 13.

    Over the next decade, until politicians blew his cover in 1971, Julio Antonio took secrets right out of Fidel Castro's very office and transmitted them to U.S. Naval Intelligence at Guantanamo. He became the most-hunted spy in all of Cuba, codenamed by Castro himself as "the Lightning." His cover blown, he is given 48 hours to get off of the island before Cuba's G-2 counterintelligence agency catch up with him to put him before the firing squad.

  • 00:38

    Libby Hellmann's literary masterpiece "Havana Lost"

    in Books

    "Pulp Friction with Paul Levine" welcomes Libby Fischer Hellman to the studio.
    Libby Fischer Hellmann writes “compulsively readable thrillers.” Her 2013 literary thriller, HAVANA LOST, takes place largely in revolutionary Cuba. Her other stand-alones, SET THE NIGHT ON FIRE (2010), goes back to the late Sixties in Chicago, and A BITTER VEIL (2012) takes place in revolutionary Iran. She also writes two crime series, one with PI Georgia Davis, the other with video producer and amateur sleuth Ellie Foreman, which Libby calls “Desperate Housewives” meets “24.”. Her short story collection, NICE GIRL DOES NOIR, was released in 2010. She has been nominated twice for the Anthony Award, once for the Agatha, and has won the Lovey Award multiple times. She lives in Chicago and claims they'll take her out of there feet first.  More at www.libbyhellmann.com.
    The author of 18 novels, Paul Levine won the John D. MacDonald fiction award and was nominated for the Edgar, Macavity, International Thriller, and James Thurber prizes. A former trial lawyer, he also wrote more than 20 episodes of the CBS military drama "JAG" and co-created the Supreme Court drama "First Monday" starring James Garner and Joe Mantegna. His most recent novel is "Last Chance Lassiter."  Look for "State vs. Lassiter" in Fall 2013.  More info at http://www.paul-levine.com
    This is a copyrighted podcast owned by the Authors on the Air GlobalRadio Network LLC and produced by Pam Stack.

  • 00:26

    Friday and some thoughts about the front pages

    in Politics

    We look at some of the stories of the week and review my American Thinker posts......Justice Kennedy and the same sex marriage debate......US flag in Havana......the Iran deal goes to the UN before Congress.....the Clinton 2016 campaign......Obama and GITMO......Obama 2008 vs today.......

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