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I am Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, coming to you live from San Jose, CA, in Silicon Valley. This show normally airs Thursdays at 3:30 PM PDT. We help business and marketing executives and their teams humanize what they do by telling their most important company, product and customer stories to the world.
This podcast is all about making marketing more human and effective. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Leave a comment on the blog.
Banish Boring Content
Even if you are in B2B, there is no excuse for boring content today. In a world of too much noise, you have to stand out. Your marketing can and should be fun. Join me Thursday, April 23rd, at a special time - 1:30PM PDT - with British copywriter extraordinaire and creator of the funny video channel, AmyTV: Amy Harrison. Now you get two funny ladies in one podcast!
Amy Harrison is a copywriter, content trainer and owner of Write With Influence: an online resource that helps business owners write better marketing content faster and easier. She is also the host (and many of the characters) of AmyTV: an online comedy sketch show all about writing compelling business copy.
Today we welcome to the show another actor who surpasses the bar of brillance. He is James Quinn, and his range in roles is mindblowing. One minute he is a zombie, and in the blink of an eye, sheriff of a small town. He is real and raw, his performances possess true passion for his craft. He is also a comical character both on and off the screen, a quality I always personally admirer in a character actor. Please join us today for some fun and frolic!!
Songwriter and Recording Artist JAMES HOUSE co-wrote Grammy Nominated Country Song of the Year “Ain’t That Lonely Yet” (recorded by Dwight Yoakam) and CMA Nominated Song of the Year “A Broken Wing” (recorded by Martina McBride) along with another smash hit "In A Week Or Two” (recorded by Diamond Rio).
Other artists to record his songs include Tina Turner, Olivia Newton-John, Rod Stewart, The Mavericks and Sara Evans - to name just several.
Born & raised in Sacramento, California, James pursued music in L.A. before making the move to Nashville in the late 1980s. Not long after the move, he was signed to MCA Records, where he began a string of chart hits like “Don’t Quit Me Now” and “Hard Times For An Honest Man.”
A switch to Epic Nashville produced the critically-acclaimed Days Gone By album and yielded the top 5 hit “This Is Me Missing You,” and top 20 singles “Real Good Way To Wind Up Lonesome” and “Little By Little.”
His latest album is entitled Songwriters Serenade. It features 10 songs co-written with James by some of the most successful songwriters in country music. One of the most talked about tracks has James singing the duet "Over Getting Over You" with newcomer Natalie Noone (daughter of famed founder/member of the Herman's Hermits, Peter Noone).
Join hosts Tom Riddell and guest co-host Bobbi Hughes-Millman as they welcome author James McAllister to The Writers Lounge. Sit back and relax as James discusses what it's like to be a writer and he will also talk to us about his book: THE TURRET
It has been generations since the Earth survived the alien invasion. Politicians have cast a greedy eye on the funding of unused defenses, eyeing the reallocation of the funds as an path to reelection.
Young Jock MacAlister’s life long dream comes true with his assignment to ADS 1437, the last operational Asteroid Defense Station.
The capture of an alien scout vessel changes everything. Jock is thrust into a prominent role in planning Earth’s defense. He must overcome personal tragedy, political corruption, and devastating treachery to build the forces needed to save the Earth.
Along the way, something unexpected takes root, something crucial to Humanity surviving as a greater struggle between good and evil follows Humanity to the stars.
JOIN US AND LET THE STORY BEGIN!
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression.
1. Lynn Brown, the editor for the Footsteps of Baldwin Anthology project, is a freelance writer, blogger, and nonprofit communications consultant, who specializes in writing about culture, travel and social justice. She's been published in Conde Nast Traveler, the Colorado Daily News and the Atlanta Black Star. In addition to the anthology she's currently working on a speculative fiction novel centered around the mythology of New Orleans and an MFA in Creative Writing at San Francisco State University with a concentration in Multicultural Literature. Visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/footsteps-of-baldwin-anthology-project
2.James Baldwin's "The Artists Struggle for Integrity."
3. Blackademics playwright, Idris Goodwin, and directors: Mina Morita & Lisa Marie Rollins join us. Visit crowdedfire.org
4. AlterTheater Company joins us to talk about James Baldwin's Amen Corner. Jeanette Harrison, director; Cathleen Riddley as "Sister Margaret," Tracy Camp as "Sister Margaret," Chauncey Roberts as "Luke." Visit www.altertheater.org
A friendly group discussion about our favorite booty flicks, how good is lebron james actually, and our embarassing love of all things cheese.
Friendly Group Chat is a half hour hip-hop show about exactly that- friendships, family, and f^@%ery!
Tune in as we talk about an array of topics from the LATEST entertainment news, the HOTTEST word on the street, and the you just might get a weather report here and there.
In conjuction with "Bless Set Radio", a monthly, hip-hop group-based, internet radio stream on soundcloud hosted by MoneyOverZombie, Friendly Group Chat will follow along the same structure.
Follow us on Instagram/Tumblr/Soundcloud for updates and news on what's going on with the ILLEST $#!T OUT ON THE STREETS FAM!
This week my guest is Tyson James Lee, salesman, personal development practicioner and all around cool ass dude. I first met him in person at Traffic and Conversion in San Diego. The guy is 100% full of energy. I really dig the zeal for what he does. We are gonna talk sales, money and life on this episode.
Is sportsmanship overrated?
Can Andrew Harrison's comment be considered racist?
Do you think that sportsmanship is only for a certain age bracket/group?
Do you think that teaching sportsmanship, at a younger age, will become confusing as an athlete gets older?
Can you be the best in a sport and also have good sportsmanship?
Should the NCAA give student athletes classes on how to handle the media?
Will people ever stop using an athletes age as an excuse for inappropriate behavior (like the way Stephen A Smith did when speaking about the Harrison/Kaminky situation)?
Hugh O'Brian, best-known for portraying legendary lawman Wyatt Earp, talks about his acting career as well as HOBY, his successful youth leardership project, in this special episode. O’Brian’s movies include such popular releases as The Shootist, Ten Little Indians, Come Fly with Me, and Twins. With the help of his lovely wife, Virginia, he’s also written a memoir titled Hugh O’Brian, or What’s Left of Him -- just in time to celebrate his 90th birthday on April 19! One of the few remaining classic Western stars, O'Brian has amazing stories of an era in entertainment that there soon will be too few who can share in first person. Friends, family and fans have been encouraging Hugh to finish his autobiography for several years. The book chronicles many never before published stories about Marilyn Monroe, the Marine Corps, living at the House of Seven Garbos, meeting Albert Schweitzer, and being shot between the eyes on the set of The Shootist because the director wanted a film shot without interruption, which wouldn’t allow for the use of a stuntman. O’Brian’s impressive showbiz resume includes 7 Broadway shows, 33 films and 450 television shows. He has a well-deserved star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a Golden Globe Award.
Virginia O’Brian, film historian James Colt Harrison, and Classic Movie Guide founder Diana Saenger will also participate in this celebration of Hugh O’Brian’s upcoming 90th birthday. Happy Birthday, Hugh!
Autumn, The Play Inspired by the Newark NJ Mayors Cory Booker and Sharp James!
SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 2015 EXCLUSIVE: MNN's "The Gist of Freedom" Interviews of Richard Wesley and cast members! Mr. Wesley an Award-winning Playwright and Screenwriter talks about his new play, "Autumn"!
Richard Wesley, whose hits include "Uptown Saturday Night" and "Let's Do It Again" which starred Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby and "The Mighty Gents" which went to Broadway.
"Autumn," an absorbing new drama by Richard Wesley that probes the fragility of political legacies and human relationships, premieres at Crossroads Theatre Company April 23 through May 3.
"Autumn" is the first full-length stage play, since the premiere of Wesley's acclaimed work, "The Talented Tenth," in 1989, which looked at the lives of a group of Howard University graduates who were part of an emerging Black elite.
“I began thinking that there was a new generation of post-civil rights movement politicians emerging that was very different from the generation that came of age during the civil rights movement,” Wesley said. “There was a group of old-school politicians who found themselves wrapped up in political scandals; and right behind [them] were these younger politicians who were moving up.”
Since 1995, Wesley has been an associate professor of dramatic writing at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he served as chair of the Rita and Burton Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing for eight years. He is a former vice president of the Writers Guild of America, East.
Crossroads Theater Company is located at 7 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. For tickets, call (732) 545-8100 or purchase online at crossroadstheatrecompany.org.
Following a six year dream, SC State University alumnus, James T. DeShay’s, ‘83, latest project has finally come to fruition. DeShay is delighted to announce the launch of his latest poetry book, ‘Thoughts, Love & Reflection’. The book is a beautiful display of poetry in which the true emotional depth of men is showcased. Proving that men are able to convey their deepest feelings without fear of being seen as weak, DeShay’s natural talent for moving his readers is evident within every page. “It is my desire to share my thoughts in a way that will benefit all races and genders. I want to dispel a lot the misnomers related to men,” explains the Orlando, Fla. native. He continues, “Stereotypes are a simple way of placing people inside a box; but sometimes the information belief is inaccurate and destructive. When stereotypes are used exclusively, they service only to deny people the wonderful opportunity to discover uniqueness of humanity.” DeShay sincerely hopes that his book will serve to destroy the ageold stereotype that men cannot share or communicate their deepest thoughts. Each page will also serve as an enriching journey into male thoughts relating to life, joy, love, happiness and reflection. “Readers will be able to free and embrace their own emotions, while taking a journey into the emotions of those around them.
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