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DangerManUrban Superhero on Mixture of Arts with Saytue Saye.
Does DangerMan fly? Noooo! Does he climb up buildings and drive an invisible car? Heck No! So what in the world does DangerMan do?
DangerMan is a real life Superhero that helps fight childhood obesity and illiteracy & supports healthy and safe lifestyle choices.
Tune in and chat with DangerMan!
Death of Aaliyah & Missing You Aaliyah on Mixture of Arts.
What are your thoughts on Aaliyah?
Kenya's Producer Artist- Nje Msanii on Mixture of Arts.
Fredrick Kiama aka Nje Producer Msanii (Msanii means artist in Swahili) was born and raised in an area known as Changawe in the city of Mombasa, Kenya. His passion for performing and producing music began in Primary school when he began going to clubs to get DJ’s to make instrumental sounds for him and his fellow artists.
After major trials and errors, He officially opened Ufuoni (Seashore) Records in the coastal cityof Mombasa, Kenya. Nje has performed as an Artist and been the Producer for thefollowing top Kenyan Artists as well as International artists; Ukoo Flani,Ufuoni Family, G.O.B., Cannibal, Nyota Ndogo, just to name a few.
Nje is always involved in charity events and over the yearshe has performed concerts for The Red Cross Society of Kenya, The AllianceFrancaise, Youth Against Drugs, Okoa Maisha and other charitable organizationson issues involving ending Hunger, promoting Peace, the fight against drugabuse, and sex education.
Beyonce Pregnant 2011 Confimed Photo on Mixture of Arts.
Let's talk about this world. Can you really believe Beyonce is pregnant? What about Jay- Z? What are your thoughts on this?
Should Children Get Makeup & Pedicures on Mixture of Arts. Why or Why not?
America's Missing- Kara Kopetsky 2011 Update on Mixture of Arts.
When 17-year-old Kara Kopetsky didn’t make it home from school on May 4, 2007 her family immediately knew something was wrong. She was last seen at 10:30 in the morning leaving her school.
In February 2011, police searched for Kara in a sparsely wooded area. 40 officers were on hand to conduct the grid search through brush and debris. Nothing of evidentiary value was found in the search but that has not silenced the hope of Kara’s parents who continue to believe she will be found.
Tune in as Saytue talks with the victim mother : rhonda Beckford.
West African Author Ivis Wonlah on Mixture of Arts.
The Perspectives of An African Female: It's My Opinion, Deal With It!
When it comes to writing and voicing opioions, Ivis Wonlah is definetely known for it. A victim of many tragedies and disappointments, her strong mind, social attitude and kind heart with a zest to become more than what she can imagine has led her to become successful in different aspects of her life where she thought was impossible.
Now, here comes her African fiction book, "The Perspectives of An African Female: It’s My Opinion, Deal With It". In 2011, this African fiction writer is going off and doesn't intend on stopping.
Tune in and listen to her story!
Why Men Love Bitches on Mixture of Arts with Saytue SayeWhy Men Love Bitches on Mixture of Arts with Saytue Saye.
Radio Station Online Best of Friends Game on Mixture of Arts.
Call in with your best friend and play the best friend game on Mixture of Arts.
Join the Parenting Sessions on Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 as we dive deep into the arts as a method for consciousness expansion and transformation. We will hear a wonderful message from Master Morya about the power of art, music and dance to usher us, playfully, easily and naturally, into expanded, multidimensional states of consciousness. Morya will also talk about the many various dimensions of the arts that are not currently perceived by our ordinary human senses and how we can expand our abilities to access all new levels of perception.
We will follow up this message with a dynamic round-table discussion with Patti, Heather, Lulu and Susan. And lastly, we will close this episode with a guided session that reveals yet an even deeper level of understanding about how the arts ultimately bring us into direct communication with our Grand Self.
Join the Collective Voice for parents, teachers, guardians and caregivers all over the world! For more information, visit www.ParentingSessions.com, www.LilysTruth.com and www.PeaceOutProject.com.
Culminating the 2014 Community Symposium Series of The Colour of Music Festival in Charleston, SC (October 22-26) was a timely keynote address by Wayne S. Brown, former Director of Opera and Music at the NEA and now President and CEO of Michigan Opera Theatre. In his address, Brown shares his trajectory in the arena of arts management, its important and passing the torch to the future of the field. Brown has had considerable experience in the arts, himself first playing cello and singing as a tenor. his talk comes from a place of sound perspective and in Part 2, his talk culminates in a panel moderated by host and Washington Life Magazine performing arts columnist, Patrick D. McCoy. Joining the panel is Dr. Karen Chandler of College of Charleston, Jennifer Bowman of the Washington based Folger Consort and Festival Founder, Lee Pringle. The Colour of Music Festival is one that celebrates the contributions and performance of blacks in the arena of classical music.
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