• 01:01

    Alan Boyle & Marc Abrahams • Ig Nobel's & Annals of Improbable Research

    in Science

    Marc Abrahams, creator of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony and editor of the Annals of Improbable Research returns to talk with Cosmic Log's Alan Boyle.


    B0yle on strange science.


    "Last, but not least, there are the Ig Nobel awards. These come with little cash, but much cachet, and reward those research projects that 'first make people laugh, and then make them think'" — Nature


    Follow @MarcAbrahams @B0yle 

  • 00:31

    IG RADIO SHOW W/ NESHA: SPECIAL GUEST FREDRO STARR OF 90's HIP HOP GROUP ONYX

    in Music

    Today on IG Radio @6pm with Nesha, Special Guest "Fredro Starr' from the 90's Hip Hop Group Onyx. 

  • 00:30

    IG RADIO W/NESHA SPECIAL GUEST: SHONDIA MCFADDEN-SABARI

    in Entertainment

    Special Guest Shondia Mc Fadden Sabari comes to talk the importance of Breast Cancer and her struggles with the deadly disease. She's featured on recent BET's commercial, Essence Homepage, Michael Baisden and Ryan Caneron Show. 


     


    www.boldandbreastless.com

  • 00:31

    IG RADIO SPECIAL GUEST MISS NANA

    in Radio

    IG Radio Special Guest Miss. Nana on live today @6pm hosted by Nesha Da Voice. DJ Shoeshine #InTheMix......... 


     


    BIO


    Miss Nana AKA Lil Red Rhyming Hood


    Miss Nana


    If you ever had to look up the word "BUZZ" in a hip hop dictionary, beside it you would find a picture of Miss Nana - Buzz, Buzz-ing, Buzz-es, Verb - 3 national tours, 11 million YouTube views, 6 Underground Music Awards for Most Promising Artist, 4 dvd's, selling over 60,000 of her 10 mixtapes and co-signed by artists like WendyWilliams, Bow Wow, Wyclef, Chris Brown , DJ Kay Slay & Funk MasterFlex. Staying urban/edgy without using profanity or sexually suggestive lyrics.

  • 01:58

    Nobel Prize Nominee Mary Elizabeth Thunder - Peace Elder - Spiritual Leader-

    in Religion

    Mary Elizabeth Thunder (website)(facebook)


    -Peace Elder-Spiritual Leader-


    See Thunder's full bio here


    In 2005, Mary Elizabeth Thunder was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, as part of 1,000 Women of Peace. The nominated women commit themselves daily to the cause of peace and justice, often under the most difficult circumstances. They call for reconciliation and organize peace negotiations, they rebuild what has been destroyed in villages and cities, they fight against poverty and create new sources of income. They struggle for access to clean water, land and other resources. They care for those infected with HIV and give war orphans a home. They denounce violations of human rights and publicly condemn all forms of torture. They silently protest in public places and seek solutions to all forms of aggression.


    They work in their own villages and regions, in organizations and universities. Some are members of their governments or are active on the international scene. To be nominated they had to fulfill stringent criteria, such as: sustain ability of their work, integrity, the inclusion of all parties to a conflict, or being part of a wide network. The 1000 women are leaders, they are beacons of hope for all people, they are demanding and do not give up

  • 01:01

    Alan Boyle & Marc Abrahams • Ig Nobel's & Annals of Improbable Research

    in Science

    Marc Abrahams, creator of the Ig Nobel Prize ceremony and editor of the Annals of Improbable Research returns to talk with Cosmic Log's Alan Boyle.


    B0yle on strange science.


    "Last, but not least, there are the Ig Nobel awards. These come with little cash, but much cachet, and reward those research projects that 'first make people laugh, and then make them think'" — Nature


    Follow @MarcAbrahams @B0yle 

  • 00:31

    IG RADIO SPECIAL GUEST CHRIS SCHOLAR

    in Radio

    IG Radio Nesha DaVoice interviews Teen Sensation " Chris Scholar",  Also in The Mix [Celebrity DJ] DJ Shoeshine who's the official DJ for Lengendary H-Town... 


     


    In a field saturated with artists fighting to fit in, multi-talented artist Chris Scholar cuts a clear path through it all with skill and precision. The Virginia native writes, sings, raps, dances, and can even claim the title of video director and editor at a mere 19 years old.


    It was at the age of 8 that Chris’s minor interest in music developed into a passion while singing in his church choir. Chris began to realize his calling and ability to impact the lives of others through music. Since then, Chris has been performing on stages up and down the east coast opening for such greats as Doug E. Fresh, MC Lyte, G-Unit, and Dru Hill. He was later introduced to Grammy Award Winning Producer Rio Bridges who noticed his potential and mentored his development. He has kicked off professional sports games with his moving rendition of the National Anthem and been nominated for state-wide awards for his talent. Chris sites influences such as Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Bobby Womack, and Erykah Badu in addition to hip-hop greats, Tupac, Outkast, and The Fugees as inspiring him along the way.


    Despite catching the eye of such legendary music executives as Jermaine Dupri and L.A. Reid, Scholar paired with the Grammy Award winning production house Mars On Sunday under the direction of Blac Elvis and Harold Lilly for his home. His amazing work ethic combined with their industry and creative expertise has resulted in records you are sure to hear in the near future and for years to come. Chris Scholar is a virtuoso on the rise with no plans of slowing down anytime soon… if ever.

  • 00:31

    IG RADIO SHOW W/NESHA SPECIAL GUEST: JACKIE BOYZ

    in Music

    The sultry sounds of Rhythm & Blues infused with contemporary energy have birthed the new sound of Progressive Soul, best defined by the triple threat duo, Jackie Boyz. This Grammy-Award Winning tandem’s ability to write, sing, and perform has touched the hearts of many and has paved the way for their musical success. Jackie Boyz have proved that their talents ensure hits and are highly sought after knowing that they bring success and a sweet Savannah flair to every project they are involved with.


     


    Early in their careers, Carlos and Steven Battey (Jackie Boyz) embarked upon their music journey singing at the pier on River Street down in their hometown of Savannah Georgia. Their inspiration and love for music was instilled in them early on from their mother, Jackie Battey. Devastated by the death of their father in 2003, tragedy lurked right around the corner as their mother Jackie passed the following year. The name, "Jackie Boyz" soon was born to recognize and carry on the memory of their beloved mother. The loss of their parents influenced and motivated the two to leave Savannah, Georgia and pursue their music careers.


    As Artists, Jackie Boyz have released two well-received albums in Japan. "Love & Beyond" and "Songs in My Blackberry" continue to sell thousands of digital downloads both domestically and internationally. You will find that the two brothers known as Jackie Boyz, bring the soul back into music, the heart back into artistry and the innovation back into business.

  • 00:31

    IG RADIO W/NESHA SPECIAL GUEST: RICKY JARMAN

    in Music

    Jarman first broke out in the entertainment industry (in 2007) when he was being sought after both by Transcontinental Records (responsible for signing N’sync, Backstreet boys, and Britney Spears) and Christian Dio of Caliber Records (who has done remixes Michael Jackson and Mary J. Blige) for a spot in the mix of their projects they were both working on separately. After much prayer he  decided to work with Dio of Caliber Records in a boy band called UNITED. Through that time he was able to meet and work with people such as Andrea Martin (song writer/voice coach who has worked with Whitney Houston and Mariah Cary) and Glenn Douglas Packard (one of Britney Spear’s choreographers). Even though the boy band project folded due to some personal choices of some of the band members, his career continued to rise, with breakthrough performances that have broke down barriers for small-town boys everywhere.


     

  • 02:01

    Ig Nobel Prize

    in Current Events

    It’s that time! The Nobel Prizes are about to be announced. Not to be out done, in Boston, the Ig Nobel contestants have already been announced for science and research that goes beyond stretching the limits of human understanding and enters the zone of human folly – This year’s contestants: remote sampling of whale snot; reducing asthma symptoms with a roller coaster; using slime to create a rail system; wearing socks outside of boots; swearing to reduce pain (this one we knew about); people who take dangerous work home; oil and water DO NOT mix; promoting people at random is more efficient that any organizational system (a personal favorite); fellatio is important for fruit bat mating (only fruit bats?); and, squirrel masturbation.

  • 00:37

    IG RADIO W/ NESHA SPECIAL GUEST: FINAL DRAFT

    in Music

    They're known as the Fab Five - and with good reason. D-Nyce, Fashun, Lucky, Voice and Divine, known collectively as FINAL DRAFT, have been taking the music industry by storm with their dashing good looks, dazzling stage presence and dynamic vocal abilities. They are, without a doubt, the new standard bearers for R&B male groups.


    Not just a group of pretty faces and smooth voices, the members of FINAL DRAFT are extremely hands-on with every aspect of their career from songwriting and securing producers to marketing and promotions.


    In an era where artists come and go, FINAL DRAFT, is the real deal, the finished product, the blueprint for all R&B groups to come. They are the Fab Five - and with good reason.

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