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July 2, 2014
Balancing Heaven and Earth with Denise Iwaniw @ 8 PM EST
Join Denise Iwaniw for an evening of Balancing Heaven and Earth this Wednesday at 8 p.m. EST. Denise will talk about "Unlearning What We Have Learned, as We Walk Our Spiritual Path" with Ortrun Franklin.
Sacred Hoop with Neshi Lokotz @ 9 PM EST
July 2 – Drum Making: Times are Changing
In some Native American, First Nations People, Nations it is tradition that women not touch a drum. Times are changing for some Native American women as they begin their journey with the sacred drum. Please join Neshi and her guest Yolanda Martinez, drum maker, singer, composer.
Yolanda Martinez is Apache/Comanche/Hispanic born in S New Mexico. She is an Artist, Singer, Composer, and Master Drum Maker. She was one of 11 children and was raised in New Mexico till the age of 15 when her family moved to California, San Joaquin Valley in 1965.
In 1986 Spirit sent a message for her to make a Drum. She made her first drum in 1987. This turned out to be a base drum made out of a redwood planter. She thought she had completed her task, and was ready to move on, WRONG! Great Spirit still kept after her to “MAKE DRUMS”!
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On #SNFL this week we have 12 yr old BJJ Phenom Joaquin O'Campo to kick off the show. The rest of the show is filled with MMA fighters Dave Rivas and Orlando Aspericueta. Tonight show id dedicated to Joe Camacho. He is gone but will never be forgotten. We go "LiVE" at 7pm PST 10pm EST
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Patrice MucCular is on the NiACOM Platform, this Saturday 4/5/2014 @ 7pm CST!
Patrice MucCular, being an ordained elder, licensed missionary and impassioned evangelist, Ms MucCular knows what it means to serve. Having ministered musically most of her life, Patrice began singing with her siblings at an early age, accompanying her pastor/father during revivals and other activities throughout the Churches of God in Christ.
By age 16, Patrice's passion for music led her to play the violin and direct both the youth and young adult choirs of the PowerHouseChurch in San Pablo City, Calif. Marrying at an early age took Patrice to another level of service. Her late husband, Vodie MucCular, used his vision as a gospel promoter to lead the couple to co-host "Gospel Is," a good news television ministry on Comcast Cable that ran for 16 years. At the same time, Patrice served as a gospel radio announcer while raising a family, working part and full-time jobs, attending college, and contributing service through a variety of outreach ministries. Her hard work paid off when, three sons later, she was awarded a Bachelor of Science Degree in human services in 2001. In 2005, she received the Family of the Year Award in Stockton.
Patrice has an immense love for children, and her passion is evident in her endeavors. She is a former preschool teacher now serving as a social worker with Head Start of San Joaquin County. Her second love is the jail ministry, in which she conducts singing and preaching sessions for incarcerated women and men throughout the state.
As the proud pastor of New Covenant Tabernacle of Lodi, a non-denominational church under the umbrella of the Visionaries Pursuing Excellence, Inc., Patrice continues to share her love of the gospel. The release of her album, Yes Lord, has furthered her ministry of music, and she has absolutely no plans of slowing down.
this movie got acolades by top reviewer magazines and newspapers .. it is the dumbest sounding description, but then u hear about the o/s plugging into a robotic female physical form and u begin to understand the fuss ...
In Los Angeles, in the near future, lives Theodore Twombly - a complex, soulful man who makes his living writing touching, personal letters for other people. Heartbroken after the end of a long relationship, he becomes ... more
Directed by Spike Jonze. With Joaquin Phoenix, Lynn Adrianna, Lisa Renee Pitts, Gabe Gomez. A lonely writer develops an unlikely relationship with his newly purchased ...
Fishing with Phil Twilight trips start this weekend; more info Phil@PFORadio.com.
Catherine Miller joins Phil to talk about the wonderful time you can have at Day at the Docks.
Don Ashley joins us with the best in saltwater fishing and how you can help the orphanages in Baja.
Bill Varney with the best in surf fishing.
Jill Roldan from Tailhunter International with the latest and greates from La Paz. Joaquin Espinoza about the new Spanish Outdoor show, Aventuras Al Aire Libre with EL GRINGO.
Chuck from Anglers Arsenal in La Mesa with the hot San Diego freshwater bite. Diego Gamboa with news from Shimano and G Loomis.
Rick Scott from the Ocean Odyssey says yellowtail are eating something that may be a sign of an approaching El Nino.
Tim Campbell from Friends of Rollo, Will Ebersman on the Rosarito Beach Hotel and the Grand Hotel in Tijuana.
Today's show will start by looking at the request of the Westboro Baptist church that people not picket the funeral of their recently deceased pastor A request that originated - not with that church's website, but rather on a Satire Site called the Daily Currant.
Then we will move on to Egypt's death sentences, and have a look at today's culture via a celebrity list.
Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.
Westboro Satire article link
A better link on the Westboro Church story
Egyptian Court Sentences 529 Muslim Brotherhood Members to Death
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We welcome special guest, Joaquin Sedillo: Glee's Director of Photography (Cinematographer) who has worked on Season 3 and 4. He has also worked on the following television shows: Veronica Mars, Single Ladies, Sons of Tuscan, and The Ex List. In addition, he has extensive work as a camera operator. You may check out all of his credits on IMDB. You may call in to ask him questions when we are on air live at 10pm central/8pm pacific for 30 minutes. Don't miss this show!
All pictures courtesy of his twitter feed - follow Joaquin @JoaquinSedillo
Note: If you are listening live, the streaming live feed will end at 30 minutes into the show, so the entire 45 minutes will be recorded and uploaded onto the website shortly after the show is over.
Forgive us if the sound quality of this week’s show is a little shaky … With missed flights and broken laptops, it’s amazing we managed to get a new show produced this week at all (and closer to our usual Monday release than the past two weeks).
From the stumbling opening, to the less than elegant closing, your friends in podcasting are flying without a net this week. There’s no chance to edit or smooth out the audio levels.
The conversation is classic Chillpak, however, touching on topics ranging from the death of Harold Ramis to the careers of Boris Karloff and Preston Sturgess, from deadly on-set accidents to the difference between “victims” and survivors”, from Dean’s road trip with Billy Dee Williams to how the Oscar nominees for best picture rate in terms of their roles for women.
Don’t delay, enjoy YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour NOW!
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss the possibility that we will soon be interacting with intelligent agents like Tony Stark's digital assistant Jarvis in the Iron Man movies or Joaquin Phoenix's crush Samantha in Her. Our current interactions with Google and SIRI may be just a shadow of things to come.
Developments that speak to this future capability:
Digital fitness coaches
Converstional Chatbots getting closer?
Google's interesting moves towards Artificial Intelligence
A proposed computing device with emotional intelligence
How long before truly intelligent digital agents are not only a part of our lives, but real people who are in our lives?
Tune in and explore.
Join Host Author and Activist Anita Wills on Freedom Speaks. On Wednesday we will be discussing the murder of 16 year old, James Rivera Junior. James Rivera was shot and killed by Stockton Police one day before his 17th birthday, on July 22, 2010. He died in a hail of 48 rounds fired by three Stockton, Calif., police officers after they forced the car he was driving to crash. Nearly two years later, a report by the district attorney found James’ death “justified.” His mother, Dionne Smith was at the scene and witnessed her sons body on the ground. The NAACP nor any other Civil Rights Organization came out to demand Justice for James Rivera.
Our shows cover the American Just Us System! The discussion encompasses the Prison Industrial Complex (PIC), Mass Incarcaration, Wrongful Convictions, Unjustified Police killings of Hispanics and African Americans, and the system of Plea Bargains. It seems like a lot but all of the above mentione are connected to the Racist Selective System of Just Us, here in America.
The People United Will Never Be Defeated!
The Indians have been busy this past week as they have made key acquisitions improving the starting rotation and bullpen and Jake Dungan and guest host Michael Hattery are here to discuss them.
First, the Tribe found their veteran closer in John Axford, whom they signed to a 1-year deal earlier this week. Will he manage to return to form with his new club? Also, the Indians signed veteran starter Shaun Marcum to a minor league contract with a spring training invite as well as acquiring left-handed reliever Josh Outman from Colorado in exchange for Drew Stubbs. How would you rate the moves made so far by the Indians and what else would you like to see them do?
In other MLB news, the Royals have filled a major hole at second base with Omar Infante, whom they signed to a 4-year deal. Also, the Indians' acquisition of Axford seems to have gotten things moving on the closer market as Joaquin Benoit and Grant Balfour have signed with the Padres and Orioles, respectively. Plus, what's the latest on Tanaka?
We'll discuss all that and more tonight at 9pm ET on Call to the Bullpen.
Episode 26 of Wrath of The Kidd will be full of speculation and guesswork, as The Kidd and Mascott pour over all sorts of ideas surrounding the rumors of Joaquin Phoenix being eyed to play Lex Luthor in the DC Cinematic Universe and the news that Paul Rudd is set to play Ant-Man for Marvel.
However, you should reserve all your excitement in the show for the knowledge that Oscar Isaac, star of INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS will be joining us on-air to talk about the latest film from the Coen brothers.
And, of course, in addition to all the other news, we'll be taking your calls, where we're wondering what your must-see annual holiday movie is, so feel free to dial in and share that with us.
It's sure to be a happy holiday as Wrath of The Kidd gets us all in the right spirit to celebrate.
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