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In this segment of the D-spot meet artists who have used their dreams in their chosen work. Meet painters, poets and musicians who have received images, words and musical scores in dreams and who have practiced the 'art of recollection' to turn their dreams into reality. Hosted by Poet and Writer Joan Gelfand, this show will include a call-in period for questions and answers.
Nina Serrano born in 1934 in New York City, has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area for 53 years. She is a poet, writer, translator, and independent media producer. She was awarded the 2014 Josephine Miles Award by Pen Oakland for Excellence in Literature for her latest book, “Heart Strong, Selected Poems 20002012” and the Artist Embassy International Book Award for 2013 for “Heart's Journey, Selected poems 19801999”, both published by Estuary Press. Her first book from this Heart Suite Trilogy is called “Heart Songs, Selected Poems 19691979” published in 1980 by Editorial Pocho Che in their classic 10th anniversary series and reprinted as an ebook in 2011 by Estuary Press. Voted “best local poet” in 2010 by Oakland Magazine, her poetry is widely anthologized. Nina Serrano's books are easily available in print and electronically.
My Co Host Luis Serrano, founding member of Miami Latin Boys which later became Miami Sound Machine and I celebrate the end of 2012 with our listeners.
Serrano was born in the Province of Camaguey, Central Cuba, which Unesco designated in 2008 as a World Heritage Site. The Spanish colonizers followed medieval European influences in Camaguey in terms of urban layout and traditional construction of the city. The neoclassical, eclectic, Art Deco, Neo-colonial, some Art Nouveau and rationalism designs would naturally make a nest for an artist of Serrano's caliber to incubate his talents.
Serrano recalls music being a part of his life from the time he was an infant, his mother singing him lullabies, then listening to the rhythms of Cuban music on the radio and television. Luis Serrano feels his love of music entered his soul and rooted in his spirit when he a child.
Luis remembers his hometown's beautiful landscapes of the countryside in Cuba. The large homes he visited when he was a child, where art and paintings hung on the walls now awakening a desire to express himself on canvas with colors and sharing with his fans the amazing talent he was blessed with.
Today, Poetry surges in Serrano as he goes about daily life. Stories, events, people and emotions that move him, help erupt the volcano of ideas that he finds necessary to put on paper.
It is an honor to have my friend Luis Serrano on Cubanarama to wrap up this memorable year.
Join The Crew This Week On Talking Terror Presents As We Interview Director, Manny Serrano! His Recently Released Film, "Blood Slaughter Massacre" (2013), Is Currently Making Waves On The Indie Circuit! A Tried And True Slasher Film With Satanic Ties That Harkens Back To When The Genre Was At It's Best! Also A Credited Actor, Cinematographer, And Producer, Manny Has Dabbled On Many Sides Of The Camera In This Industry! From Feature Films Like "Attack Of The Brain People" (2013), To Television Series "Zombie Hunters: City Of The Dead", Manny Is Certainly Poised To Do Big Things In The Horror Industry! So Give A Listen, Or Call In With Your Questions As We Discuss His Career, His Production Company, Mass Graves Pictures, And "Blood Slaughter Massacre"! Stay Scared!
BIO: LUIS GONZALEZ
Luis González nació en La Habana, Cuba, donde pasó los primeros siete años de su vida. Su madre, viuda y con tres hijos, huyó del estado comunista con sus niños en remolque. La familia se mudo a Culver City, California, un municipio de Los Ángeles. Aunque lejos de su patria, Luis se dio cuenta que llevaba a Cuba en el alma, en su sangre cuando en el sexto grado, hizo un reporte sobre su país y ahí comenzó una relación amorosa con su patria que continúa hasta el dia de hoy. Desde la edad escolar primaria, Luis supo que llevaba la escritura en su sangre. "Siempre me ha gustado escribir, desde niño y supongo que siempre he sido autor independient. Cuando estaba en el tercer grado, después de sólo haber estado en este país un par de años, escribí dos cuentos. Uno se llama Las Zapatillas Mágicas, el otro, Los Delfines. Tomé hojas de papel que doblé y grapé, y no sólo escribí los cuentos, sino los ilustré e hice la portada y todo por ellos. Todavía tengo estos dos primeros libros míos, y ahora que miro hacia atrás me digo, “De verdad que siempre fui escritor, por lo menos en mi alma." Hasta hoy esos dos libritos siguen siendo dos de mis posesiones más preciadas. Luis estudio y se graduó de UCLA con licenciatura en literatura inglés y una concentración en composición y literatura española. A Luis le inspira profundamente y es conmovido por la política, la religión y las artes, cuales forman hilos de la tela en su escribir.
Luz: una novela que amarra esos tres componentes pero al estilo cubano.
This Thursday night at 11 PM, we will have a special show in rememberance of a great friend, brother,husband and father Eric Serrano. This will consist of a chat with friends and family about the life of this extraordinaire musician. We will play his music and travel down memory lane. With live call in. Friends and family are encouraged to call at (619) 638-8410.
This week on Talk-N-Angels Radio Show, Mike takes a break and Rita interviews Rev. Michelle Serrano about her work as a spiritual minister.
Michelle is highly intuitive, empathic, clairsentient and claircognizent, and a natural healer. Through her own experiences in surviving toxic relationships and the search for life purpose, she relates to the many sensitive issues and challenges individuals go through.
Her journey with Spirit began by reading Tarot cards at the age of 15, then automatic writing in her 30's and in her 40's she began speaking with Angels and Ascended Masters.
Michelle says, "Trying to "fit-in" I spent many years in customer service and sales management roles. Recently I surrendered to the fact that I will never fit into what does not allow me to align with my truest self. My angels and guides have always been with me, guiding me to assist others in their own journeys and now I officially do. I am grateful for each day that I am presented with the opportunity to be of service."
Please join us as we talk about the journey of self-discovery and the wonderfully original and unique ways she is using her gifts to help people survive and thrive through her services as an ordained minister. Michelle creates personalized rituals and ceremonies to help mark significant events, including surviving tragedies both emotional and physical.
For more information about Michelle, visit her website All Things IN Love
The Philosophy of Spiritism with Admir Serrano author of The End of Death: How Near-Death Experiences Prove the Afterlife
Admir Serrano, is very active in a spiritual philosophy/religion called Spiritism, which is very popular in Bazil, and he is involved in bringing it to the USA.
Spiritism is based on the five books of the Spiritist Codification written by French educator Hypolite Léon Denizard Rivail under the pseudonym Allan Kardec reporting seances in which he observed a series of phenomena that were attributed to incorporeal intelligence (spirits).
Admir is an unabashed believer in the immortality of the human spirit, is a long time researcher, writer and lecturer on paranormal phenomena such as out-of-body experiences (OBEs), near-death experiences (NDEs), deathbed visions (DBVs), after-death communication (ADC), reincarnation, mediumship and the afterlife. His interest in these topics began when he started having spontaneous OBEs and wanted to understand the phenomenon. He has worked as a hospice volunteer providing spiritual support to terminally ill patients, at which time he could witness first hand the deathbed vision phenomenon. Academically, he has studied Business Administration, Liberal Studies, Psychology, Theology and Neuropsychology. He is the author of three books on related topics in his native Portuguese language. In his native Brazil he has been a guest in several TV and radio shows. The End of Death is his first book book in English.
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Luis Hernandez new show
Luis Hernandez interview with Bryan Solano and uploaded to blogtalkradio.com/Enigami_Production. Hi I'm Luis Hernandez I'm opening my own network and this is my first show you can find my channel, talks with Luis Hernandez in the link up there I was trying new mic so that's the reason why I did this interview.
I ran this show as an experiment to see if Luis could do a live show onto a voice recorder then download it onto a PC then upload it to Blogtalkradio.com
We could only do this on a premium channel
Stand Up Comedians Luis J. Gomez and Zac Amico sit down with Girl Code's Carly Aquilino to discuss being hot, getting famous, and stand up comedy!
Follow @luisjgomez @zacisnotfunny @carlyquilino and @StandUpNYLabs.
Go to www.StandUpNY.com to see when Luis is performing live. Listen to all our other great podcasts at www.StandUpNYLabs.com
Cynematic of K12 News Network hosts a "Back to School" K12NN/MOMocrats Book Club interview with author Jose Luis Vilson.
Jose Luis Vilson has written a powerful and moving memoir of his own childhood spent in NYC schools and how he became a teacher. He's taught middle school math for the past ten years. He is a father of a young son, a math educator, blogger, speaker, activist, and author of _This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education_. Jose has written and spoken about education, math, and race for a number of organizations and publications, including The New York Times, Al Jazeera, CNN, Edutopia, and others.
His book can be purchased directly from the publisher, Haymarket Press, and is also available at Amazon and other major online book outlets. His speaking and book-signing schedule is available at thejosevilson.com.
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