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Join the Elements as we discuss the power of intention and manifestation with special guest Darrin Henson who stared the hit television series Soul Food and movies The Express and Stomp the Yard.
Veteran talk and sports radio host/programmer and blogger Gregg Henson joins us ON THE DEAN'S LIST to talk about sports, the greater Detroit area, radio and his reflections on it all. Henson is currently Program Director at News/Talk WPGB FM and Sports WBGG AM in Pittsburgh. He first started on the air in his hometown of Detroit, at stations WXYT and WDFN. Henson has also been at WOWO-AM in Fort Wayne, WPEN-AM in Philadelphia and KRLD-FM Dallas. Henson is also a popular blogger. His opinions and insights can be found at www.gregghenson.com. He regularly blogs about things he is passionate about including his kids, fatherhood, radio, Michigan football, and much more. ----------------------------------------- ANOTHER PODCAST YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN: Sean Baligian talks hockey, football, broadcasting and much more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onthedeanslist/2013/10/02/sean-baligian
The Julius Henson Interview. Candidate for State Senate in the 45th district (East Baltimore), Mr. Henson discusses the plight of residents in Historic East Baltimore. He talks about political power and how it ought to translate into resources for the community. Instead, he sees an underdevelopment led by too many career politicians who have failed to deliver.
This episode will discuss the movie “No Good Deed” starring Taraji P. Henson and Idris Elba and its impact on the negative portrayal of women as well as the negative image of African American women. The episode will discuss some of the subliminal messages that this movie portrays concerning women and the choices they make concerning being mothers vs. pursuing careers, staying at home vs. working, single parenting and the decision to get a divorce.
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Today's Episode: Interview with Wild Woman and Wicked Writer, Lenora Henson
Lenora Henson is an up-and-coming author who is quickly building a loyal following around her witchy-fiction/paranormal romance books, The Wicked Garden Series. In this episode, we will talk about her soon-to-be-released book (Mid July, 2014), "Aurora's Wake" the fourth in the series! We also explore archetypes, mythology and what it means to embrace your intuitive wild nature!
REBROADCAST: Are you tired of settling for less than you deserve? Are you wondering how you keep ending up on the wrong side of life--the broken-hearted, used side?
Some of the best lessons in life are birthed from what appears to be a curse. Be it a break up, getting fired, losing a loved one or even being betrayed, setbacks can be the exact set of circumstances that God uses to usher you into your next season of life. Joining Dr. D Ivan Young is one of Hollywood's shining stars DARRIN DEWITT HENSON.
Darrin is known for his lead role in the hit Showtime series “Soul Food”, and can be seen in his newest film, Black Coffee. He is also an award-winning choreographer who has worked with the biggest names in the music industry like Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Jackson and many more!
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Darrin Dewitt Henson can be seen in the Universal film “The Express” where he plays, the legendary, Jim Brown opposite Dennis Quaid. He had a lead role in Sony Screen Gems “Stomp the Yard” and the HBO Film, “Life Support. Then came “The Salon.” Henson can also be seen in Jeb Stuart’s “Blood Done Sign My Name.” Henson plays activist Eddie McCoy. He has recently finished filming “Tekken” (the largest video game in the world, now a major motion picture) in which Darrin plays the role of Raven. He can been seen in October in the horror film, “The Inheritance.” where Henson plays an introverted writer who is more like the griot of the family.
Henson’s most recognizable dance routine by far is ‘N Sync’s “Bye, Bye, Bye.” His video, Darrin’s Dance Grooves, has also proven successful with over 3 million copies sold and he looks forward to starting production on a movie version of it in the future.
Nachae’ Jones born in Philadelphia, PA always had a heart and appreciation for art and creativity. However, she decided to pursue higher education at Spelman College in Psychology and Philosophy. While her aspirations were to secure a career in corporate America, she was willing to exchange her personal desires for the divine call of God. After graduating from college, God created an opportunity for her to gain a job as a professional photographer, specializing in Children Photography. When clients and the demand for her artistic pieces began to grow, Nachae’ launched Rhèma Word Photography, LLC as her gift and passion for photography enabled the Word of God to spread in an unconventional way by avenues of art.
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Really excited about this week's interviews!
Tuesday the 10th, we bring actor, author and choreographer DARRIN DEWITT HENSON!
Thursday the 12th, we'll featured actress COCOA BROWN.
We have several "kudos" to shout out as well.
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Are you tired of settling for less than you deserve? Are you wondering how you keep ending up on the wrong side of life--the broken hearted, used side? The real meaning of this holiday season is about taking the first step toward finding happiness.
Some of the best lessons in life are birthed from what appears to be a curse. Be it a break up, getting fired, losing a loved one or even being betrayed, setbacks can be the exact set of circumstances that God uses to usher you into your next season of life. Joining Dr. D Ivan Young is one of Hollywood's shining stars DARRIN DEWITT HENSON!
Darrin is known for his lead role in the hit Showtime series “Soul Food.” He can be seen in numerous films including “The Express” where he played the legendary Jim Brown opposite Dennis Quaid, as well as starring roles in “Stomp the Yard” and the HBO Film “Life Support". His newest film, Black Coffee, will be officially released in theatres on January 10th (http://t.co/cCIous7BBT).
Darrin is also an award-winning choreographer. He has choreographed music videos and concerts for the biggest name in the music industry like Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Michael Jackson, Prince, Britney Spears, Usher, Justin Timberlake, New Kids on the Block, and many more.
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In this episode of Studio Q Radio we talk about the biggest stories of the week including the fight between Porsha and Kenya on the RHOA Reunion on Bravo, the racist audio leaked of Clippers owner Donald Sterling, and the racist words from rancher Cliven Bundy. We also talk about our experience going to a Queen Latifah taping and covering 'From The Rough' movie premiere starring Taraji P. Henson. Call us and join in the conversation!
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She is an actress and singer. She is well-known for her roles as Yvette in "Baby Boy", Shug in "Hustle and Flow", and Queenie in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". She was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 2009 for her role in "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button". She also starred in the CBS drama "Person of Interest" from 2011 to 2013. Her other film and TV credits include, "Boston Legal", "The Family That Preys", "I Can Do Bad All By Myself", "The Karate Kid", "Think Like a Man" and "Think Like a Man Too" among many others. In 2011, she won the BET Award for Best Actress and the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Television Movie, Mini-Series or Dramatic Special for the film "Taken from Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story."
In an interview with Beliefnet, she said of her faith, "It is everything. That's who I am. God lives within me. I meditate, I pray. I'm nothing without God. So, I just ask that He use me in my work. There's always somebody who can identify with the characters that I portray."
In an interview with the Christian Post, she spoke of her new role as the host of the annual Celebration of Gospel. She said, "I'm funny, but a lot of times they get comedians or personalities. So I was just very, very honored. And then when I met with the executives I got goosebumps. We all did because it just felt like the perfect marriage. Anybody that follows me, that knows me -- knows that I love the Lord and I'm not afraid to say it..."
Her name is Taraji Henson.