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Michelangelo Lopez and Team LightSpeed will explain why their system is blowing everyone away. It is not some pretty boy replicated site system where you try to make money selling silly stuff that has nothing to do with the opportunity...
Want to learn Exactly what you will need to do to earn six figures? Listen to this show!
Michelangelo teaches the best way to position
yourself as an Internet Guru...
Michelangelo Interviews Newbie turned Internet Pro Ron 'Rocco' Alsip UOIS Member
The giant of the Renaissance Michelangelo was a master the likes of which the world will never see again. He was a sculptor, architect, painter, poet, and at one time a director of defense for Florence. His entire life was dedicated to art and as a workaholic he perfected everything medium he touched.
By the way, the name of the work I cannot recall in the segment at the end is titled, The Battle of Cascina.
Tonight's special guest is Jojo Sayson, founder and CEO of Project Michelangelo. Jojo is a community leader with influences that span from Kankakee County Illinois to NASA, to his beloved homeland, the Philipines. Jojo joins the Ladies of the Diner tonight to share some of his multiple passions and his recent endeavor with Project Michelangelo. For ways that you can help, check out Jojo's Go Fund Me Project. . Jojo Sayson's Bio
Midwest Mondays co-host Diane B. and Mary E., bring spring and share with their listeners all the happening things going on in their communities and Chicago. Excerpts from an interview with Geja's Cafe, General Manager. They will also be sharing Mother's Day ideas, and more! Tonight's musical guest is Steve Champagne, of Champagne and LaLuna, currently ranked #1 in their community on Reverbnation.Diane Blanchette is an artist from Kankakee Illinois. She was recently selected to be one of only 10 artists to participate in an area wide are project in Kankakee County. Mary E. LaLuna is the executive producer/host of ArtSees Diner Radio. She is an author, blogger, musician, creator of ArtSees Diner and an artist, currently residing in Northwest Indiana. Steve Champagne is creative producer/contributor to ArtSees Productions, engineer for ArtSees Diner Radio. He is also an independent musician, and a part of acoustic group, Champagne and LaLuna.
I had the pleasure of speaking to Professor Wallace who is one of the leading scholars in the world on Michelangelo. He has written over 80 articles, countless books, had a hand in the restoration of the Sistine Chapel Ceiling and is called upon to prove or disprove the authenticity of any newly discovered works considered to be by the hand of the master.
We discuss the life and works of Michelangelo and I do my best to keep up...I'm not sure if I passed.
It was my honor and after the interview I truly felt like I have been to school and have seen the light proving once again that there is so much to learn.
Check out the two new books on Michelangelo by Professor Wallace.
Michelangelo The Artist, Man, and his Times by Cambridge University Press (A biography)
Discovering Michelangelo by Rizzoli Press (A beautiful picture book)
Michelangelo DiDonato is the creator of CommuniCandle sculptures. While at work in the family’s steel mill, Michelangelo came across some old style nails. The straight nails were rusty and cold with sharp edges. As he fingered through the pile of nails he cut himself on one of the sharp edges. While watching the blood flow from his finger, an idea surged within.
The nails began to take shape in his mind’s eye. He saw figures reaching out to one another, touching, coming together with the light of love.
Michelangelo created the first sculpture as a gift for his wife, as a way of recommitting his love for her. The nails used to create the CommuniCandle sculptures are reminders that while love may be sharp at times, it is what binds two lives together. No matter how bleak the darkness, the light of one candle can illuminate our way, enliven our spirits, inspire, comfort and unite us. http://bindinglightproducts.com
Tonight's 'Progress Toward Democracy', is a Special 2 hr.show.
"How do youth engage in politics?"
Find out as we speak to two young activists.
Justin Jones, currently 21 years of age, became engaged in politics at the age of 14 and still advocates for socialist causes and Black Lives Matter. He will discuss his thoughts on the current election cycle and how it plays into the class struggle, and how to liberate one's views from that dominated by the corporate run media.
Next we will have Michaelangelo Hamilton, a 15 year old high school student at McArthur High in Hollywood, Florida, who has been active with Senator Bernie Sanders presidential campaign and with the Progressive Democrats of America. He will discuss what made him political aware at his age and his drive for progressive politics.
Last week Valerie Strauss featured a letter from over 30 principals from Southern Wisconsin to governor Scott Walker. In the letter the principals put forth the argument that funding of public schools in WI must be restored and that if the governor truly believed in "small government" he would return control of public schools back to locally elected school boards.
In this episode of BustED Pencils we will be talking to Jim Pliner—one (or more?) of the principals who signed and collaborated on the writing of the Wisconsin Principals' Letter to Governor Scott Walker.
Big Question: Is this the beginning of a new advocacy movement of principals in Wisconsin similar to that of the New York Principals?
The show starts at 5:00 pm Central and will be hosted live from Michelangelo's Coffe House in Madison, WI. If you're in the area please stop in to participate and/or just have a great cup of coffee and an amazing baked good.
BustED Pencils begins its weekly broadcast live from Michelangelo's coffee house.
The People's Press Conference
On Tuesday, June 30, public education supporters from throughout the state will unite in Madison for a press conference at 11:00 am in the Senate Parlor, followed by a reception to show appreciation for legislators who signed on to LRB-2356 and/or LRB-2357 (Our Children Act and the Special Education Restoration Act).
Following the Capitol event please join Jed and Tim at Michelangleo's coffee house on state street to participate in a live broadcast of BustED Pencils.