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A New Friend: In 2011 a 15 year old boy named Lucas joined Kristin in Glory. His mother, Tonya will be my guest tonght to tell us what happened then and what is happening now. With your radio host and Bible believer, Kim Magdalein of God Is My Strength "God is my strength and power: and he maketh my way perfect." 2 Samuel 22:33
She is one of the designers I have admired for a long time and I am happy to say that she is my friend! When I first met Kristin Nicholas I told her that when I look at her books I had to have a napkin handy because my mouth salivates! Why? Well, take a look at one of her beautiful books and see all the vivid color and you will understand!
So, when I found out that she had a new book out with SOHO, with out a doubt, I had to have her on my show!
Join me and chat with Kristin Nicholas
In this episode, the Dedman will interview Barbie Wilde (Female Cenobite, Author of the Venus Complex), Nicholas Vince (Chatterer Cenobite, Kinski from Nightbreed) and Simon Bamford (Butterball Cenobite, Ohnaka from Nightbreed)!
We will also be discussing the latest horror news from around the world as well as reviewing Scream Factory's Witchfinder General and The Abominable Dr. Phibes from the Vincent Price Collection!
We will also listen to and discuss a few tracks from Metal Blade Records artist Hail of Bullets as well as have a Blu-Ray and DVD giveaway!
Make sure to tune in at 8 PM EST and REST IN PEACE!
My guest on today's show is Kristin Kuhns Alexandre, the creator of the television series Gem City based on her graphic novel Nuncio and the Gypsy Girl in the Gilded Age
She will join us to chat about that as well as her new novel Gem City Gypsy.
The period between post-adolescence and adulthood – that time known as “coming of age” – can often be painful and confusing. For Neci Stans, a 19-year-old gypsy girl in pre-World War I Dayton, Ohio, the stakes are raised as she experiences first-hand an historic tragedy at sea and deadly bigotry at home.
In Kristin Kuhns Alexandre’s new novel GEM CITY GYPSY, Neci’s harrowing journey of self-discovery includes surviving the sinking of the Lusitania, witnessing the brutal murder of her master and mentor Lord Pool and facing down the ever-menacing Ku Klux Klan.
Victoria is originally from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She moved to New York 4 years ago to study acting at The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre. Since graduating two years ago, Victoria has starred in 2 independent feature films, multiple short films and commercials. Along with acting, Victoria is also a singer/songwriter and wrote and recorded 2 songs for the feature Placebo, which she has starred. She is currently residing and pursuing her acting career in New York City. Follow her on Instagram & Twitter @victoriarmaria http://www.imdb.com/media/rm177122304/nm4666198
Nicholas Garnett received his MFA in Creative Writing from Florida International University (FIU), where he was a two-time recipient of the school's literary award in nonfiction. He is now an adjunct professor of creative writing at FIU, a frequent instructor for the Center for Literature and Theatre at Miami Dade College, and the nonfiction editor of the literary journal Sliver of Stone. His work has been anthologized in Sundress Publication's “Best of the Net”, TIGERTAIL'S 10TH ANNIVERSARY poetry collection, and Cleis Press' BEST SEX WRITING OF 2013. He lives and writes in Miami Beach, Florida.
Johnny Nicholas is an incredibly gifted and hard-working bluesman, arguably one of the best and most well-respected alive today. He has the coveted Grammy win, but more importantly, he’s paid his dues in music and in life. His music has given him a voice when his blues transcended words and he holds that deep-seated love of music in common with the legends he left home to follow and apprentice with—Johnny Shines and Robert Jr. Lockwood—the only two men who ever got close to the King of the Delta Blues, Robert Johnson.
He brings that deep understanding of the history of blues—what it is at its deepest level and what it costs to tap into it—to this interview. What does paying your dues look like? Where does the ability to play the blues come from? We’re honored to have this conversation with an amazing man—the ever-humble, soulfully-talented Johnny Nicholas.
Music from the albums Future Blues, Back to the Country, Slide Show, and Golden Triangle. Also, the song Kind Hearted Woman Blues performed by Robert Johnson.
We sit down with Actor and Comedian Nicholas Bravo and discuss the new Independent film "Office Man" and acting and life in general. I had some tech issues during the show but overall it was an interesting evening.
Life Lessons features Nicholas Hammond, star of Sound of Music. You know him as the oldest Von Trapp son- Friedrick.
Nicholas lives in Australia and is in Los Angeles for the Hollywood Show at LAX to sign autographs with the six other actors from The Sound of Music film.
This show is sponsored by Gracefully Yours Greeting cards and journals. Go to www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for today's specials.
Nicholas A. Coleman, Founder / CEOMr. Coleman started his career in finance working for Bear Stearns & Co, Inc. He later established his pattern as an entrepreneur by starting an Internet gaming company. His second gaming company, Game Trust, was acquired by Real Networks after five years. Mr. Coleman then lent his talents again to the world of finance and money management, before launching his own hedge fund, Intracoastal Capital Management, which is based in Palm Beach, Florida, and is currently operating. Mr. Coleman is a graduate of Providence College.
Join me for an in depth cultural conversation with Dr. Nicholas Hartlep, author of The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Asian American Success. The Asian-American student population supposedly scores off-the-charts on high-stakes college admission tests, such as the SAT. Public perception of Asian-American success is evidenced in the phrase “the Asian invasion” — the notion that Asian-Americans are overrepresented on college campuses. Dr. Hartlep sheds light on percieved myths and stereotypes through his groundbreaking research. Dr. Hartlep is an assistant professor of educational foundations and author of the forthcoming books, The Model Minority Stereotype: Demystifying Success (2013, Information Age Publishing) and The Model Minority Stereotype Reader: Critical and Challenging Readings For the 21st Century (Cognella Publishing, 2013). He can be followed on Twitter @nhartlep
Verona Mitchell, Ph.D. Host & Producer myCULTURALConversations