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Tonight on Game show Tonite, we will talk about why some game shows from other countries work/don't work in the US. What import game shows could work or should come to the US. Plus the week's news in game shows and competitive reality shows.
Host Alaia Leighlnd and Co- Host Lin Ocean speak with RCA Member Robert S. about his career as an import export broker in China... we will be joined by another RCA member Rich G who is an up and coming entry in the field of Global trade and we will be taking calls.. the first hour... we will follow this during the second hour with your questions comments and experiences of how to make a living while living abroad... Big Topic LOTS of GREAT Ideas..
Dr John will be talking with Matthew Pour about his unique line of the higest quality Olive oils ,Fine Vinegars and more. With a culture richly valued for its diversity of foods, impeccable attention to hospitality, and a lifestyle that’s organically holistic in its approach, Matthew Pour’s Persian roots are at the heart of Olive Oil & Beyond. With over 25 years of experience in international trade, Matthew developed his relationships, many who are artisans by trade, to gain access to some of the world’s best specialty ingredients. Food as medicine is his mantra. Matthew believes culinary creations of Mediterranean foods are not only simple, elegant and delicious, but are also composed of ingredients that naturally nourish and heal the body. Like olive oil…But not just any olive oil. Mono cultivar extra virgin olive oils are our specialty - Raw, unadulterated, and 100% first-pressed producing the highest levels of flavor, nutrients and antioxidants. That’s because we source from only small artisan growers who are dedicated to tradition and craftsmanship from grove to bottle. Whether from Spain, Italy, Greece, Portugal, Tunisia, France, California, Chile, Argentina or Australia, our growers use only sustainable methods, harvested by hand at optimum ripeness, and closely monitored during every phase of the milling process. But we don’t stop there…Before we import and bring them into our store we test their chemical composition to further validate freshness, quality and nutritional value. This is dedication and respect to our products and to our customers. contact oliveoil and beyond and Dr. John at links below
Frank Shepard Fairey is an American contemporary graphic designer and illustrator who emerged from the skateboarding scene. He first became known for his "Andre the Giant Has a Posse" (…OBEY…) sticker campaign, in which he appropriated images from the comedic supermarket tabloid Weekly World News. His work became more widely known in the 2008 U.S. presidential election, specifically his Barack Obama "Hope" poster. The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston calls him one of today's best known and most influential street artists. His work is included in the collections at The Smithsonian, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond, and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Karen Hudes studied law at Yale Law School and economics at the University of Amsterdam. She worked in the US Export Import Bank of the US from 1980-1985 and in the Legal Department of the World Bank from 1986-2007. She established the Non Governmental Organization Committee of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association and the Committee on Multilateralism and the Accountability of International Organizations of the American Branch of the International Law Association. In 2007 Karen warned the US Treasury Department and US Congress that the US would lose its right to appoint the President of the World Bank if the current American President of the World Bank did not play by the rules. The 66 year old Gentlemen’s Agreement that Europe would appoint the Managing Director of the IMF and US would appoint the World Bank President ended in 2010.
On Sunday, October 20, The NY Hip Hop Report welcomes representatives from embattled New York City graffiti mecca 5 Pointz, to give an update on the grassroots and legal efforts to protect the space against demolition by its owner/developer, a story we previously covered on Birthplace Magazine. In addition, show hosts Manny Faces and Steve Ortiz from BirthplaceMag.com will recap recent news and events, particularly a couple of key events during last week's CMJ Music Marathon in New York City, including the Duck Down/Javotti Media showcase, (which featured the likes of Black Moon and Talib Kweli), and the 6th annual Import/Export International Hip Hop Showcase. Be sure to sign up for our email newsletter on www.NYHipHopReport.com to receive a once-a-week update on future shows and topics. Tune in LIVE at 10pm to listen and call in with your thoughts. THIS EPISODE OF THE NY HIP HOP REPORT BROUGHT TO YOU BY: THE VS. - 90s Hip Hop vs 90s Dancehall Reggae Friday, October 25 at Santos Party House CLICK FOR FULL DETAILS and REDUCED ADMISSION
The CMJ Music Marathon, a massive, multi-pronged, multiple-genre music festival, takes over New York City this week, and The NY Hip Hop Report will preview several of the upcoming showcases dedicated to hip hop, including the Duck Down showcase, and several smaller, independent minded events.
Joining us on air will be Fiona Bloom of The Bloom Effect, organizer of the 6th annual Import/Export: International Hip Hop Showcase, along with YouTube's INDMUSIC.
Fiona will be giving us an idea what to expect from this year's Import/Export show, which is known for delivering dynamic talent and a truly entertaining representation of the depth of hip hop talent hailing from around the world.
Also joining us, Duck Down Music representative and Act Live founder James Niche will call in with info on the Duck Down CMJ showcase happening at the Music Hall of Williamsburg.
As always, we'll be previewing and reviewing releases, events and other hip hop happenings in/around/dealing with the New York area, and as always, we'll be taking YOUR CALLS! Join us live, Sunday at 10pm!
This episode of The NY Hip Hop Report is brought to you in part by The Villain's Ball, taking place on Friday, October 18 at The Living Gallery in Brooklyn. Visit www.BirthplaceMag.com/events for more information about this, and other NY-area hip hop happenings.
Join your semi-clothed host MTG, special guest sidekick, the skincare goddess, Betsy Burr and our featured guest, the enchanting French actress, Paris Benjamin. We’ll start off the show with MTG & Betsy talking about the hot topics of the day or just gossiping about the neighbors. MTG will then flip the switch to throw his guest sidekick some Word Up! curveballs – a word/mind association game where he’ll say a word, name or phrase and ask our sidekick to say the first thing that comes to his mind. And then we gear up for Shitz and Giggles (or Crap That Makes You Laugh) – those slice of life moments that happen all around us. Our featured guest, a very alluring French import, actress Paris Benjamin will chat with MTG about her world travels and how she ended up here in America to pursue her acting goals. During the month of October, be prepared to see Paris Benjamin not once, but twice on top network television shows: NCIS and Revenge! And then it’s time for JUST THE TIP! with our audience – A how-to moment where we give you just enough info to get you started. This week’s topic: “Top Ten Tips for Safe Travel As a Single Woman.”
And stick around for our JUKEBOX 5 segment where MTG puts on his blinders and reaches out to grab 5 various musical artists to share with his guests and listeners. This week’s song list covers the gamut: from modern French rock to old school 60’s U.S. dance hits. And then it’s time to say goodnight, but not farewell. There’s nothing like good friends, good laughs and good stories. And there’s nothing like catching you off guard and hearing you say, “OH MTG!”
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Jonathan Cahn’s book, The Harbinger: The Ancient Mystery That Holds the Secret of America’s Future, enjoys an almost perfect 5-star review status from over 3,000 commentators on Amazon. And the big names in Christianity are raving.
The author has been a guest on a number of programs, lauded by hosts like Glenn Beck. Cahn’s teachings “are known for their prophetic import and their revealing of the deep mysteries of God’s word,” his biography states (see the official show page for more details.)
Do the Old Testament biblical prophecies concerning Israel correlate with the United States of America? Do the nine “harbingers” described in Cahn’s work have prophetic merit? Eye on the Paranormal host Kirby Robinson will address these and other topics in his review of The Harbinger. Be sure to call in with your questions or comments.
A Christian paranormal investigator, demonologist and exorcist, Kirby manages and writes at the Eye on the Paranormal blog where a wealth of articles about the paranormal have been published for the past five years. His program on the God Discussion network airs weekly.
On Journal Jabber: Michael D. Pitman, a frequent contestant in the Iron Writer's Challenge and a news reporter for "The Middletown Journal" a daily newspaper, Pitman is going to share the challenges and import of non fiction, how to be disciplined in your craft as well as tell us how to compete as Iron Writers. Also visit theironwriter.com. Visit the show schedule, tonight's episode is sponsored by The Eyes for Editing!
On the next edition of Fiber Hooligan (9/16/13) my guest will be Meg Swansen of Schoolhouse Press.Meg was taught to knit by her mother, British-born designer/writer Elizabeth Zimmermann. Meg & her mother began to work together in 1965 & ran their knitting-supply mail order business, Schoolhouse Press, until Elizabeth’s retirement in 1990.Meg was the first to be profiled in Vogue Knitting’s “Master Knitters of the 90’s” series and her designs & articles have appeared in Knitter’s, Vogue Knitting, Threads & Interweave Knits magazines. Elizabeth, Meg & Chris (Meg’s husband) began to produce books & instructional videos in 1981. At present, Schoolhouse Press has published 34 books, & 16 knitting DVDs.Schoolhouse Press supplies handknitters with books, wool, buttons, needles, kits, DVDs & assorted tools. Meg continues to publish books, design for & produce her semi-annual booklet, Wool Gathering, import wool from Iceland, Finland, Canada & the Shetland Islands, produce a free eNewsletter through her website, write articles for Vogue Knitting magazine & run four sessions of summer Knitting Camp.Meg has written 5 knitting books & lives with her cats in an old schoolhouse in central Wisconsin.I have had the great privilege & pleasure of knowing Meg for most of my life. I'm very excited to have her as my guest. You won't want to mis
In celebration of the Ten Days of Awe (also known as the "Ten Days of Repentance) of the Jewish New Year, Anastasia invites long-time friend, Gloria Livingston, Sue deVeer, her "spirit sister" and other guests into a discussion of the significance Anastasia has found in returning to her Jewish heritage.
Sharing some of her experiences of "teshuvah,"(Hebrew for the ancient tradition of "returning to the unity of one's connection with the Divine Source of all life), Anastasia and Gloria (Sue somehow being silenced by a possible tech difficulty) open the door in this episode to what appears, at this juncture, to be a topic of great import to be expanded upon further in coming segments.
For stories Anastasia has written on her personal spiritual journey as drawn from the practices that most influece her; Judaism, psychology, feminism and the ancient tradions of Kebzeh, as interpreted by New Horizons; community development mentor, Murat Yagan, read Anastasia's collection of anecdotes labeled, "Former Anti-Semitic Recovering Jewish American Princess."
Also, visit Anastasia's blog site for other stories and background articles related to Anastasia's intriguing life journey.
Guest Co Host: Monica Rosales, Executive Director of DocMiami.org
Bay Area actor and writer Don Schwartz has been seen in a number of film roles during the last six years. He is a writer for CineSource magazine (and previously wrote for now-defunct Film/Tape World) on various topics of import to the local film community, including advocacy and personal profiles. Don has also been published in a variety of publications since 1977. Previously the director of The Trager Institute for 21 years, Don holds multiple degrees, including a PhD in psychology and counseling. Currently a strong advocate for bringing film and TV production back to the Bay Area, Don is also a working member of the Scary Cow film cooperative, which develops widespread ‘mutual support’ for numerous projects by its members. Don is also busy promoting his two scripts, and hopes to produce one in the near future. Don’s other interests include listening to (and sharing) a wide variety of music, taking care of his twin nieces, and promoting natural health and healing through research. He is a dedicated environmental activist, and an avid fan of aviation and space exploration. About six times a year, readers find Don in the editorial pages of the Pacific Sun, Marin County’s popular alternative weekly.