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  • 00:10

    Introduction to Ballet Teaching Series with Nena Gilreath

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to Ballethnic Dance Company's weekly podcast. We begin our 3 week teaching series in which we will discuss how to recognize a good dance teacher, the importance of developing strong technique in your students, effective teaching methods and ways a teacher can build their students confidence while teaching proper technique.Ms. Nena Gilreath co-founder of Ballethnic Dance company introduces the teaching series in this podcast.

  • 00:30

    Free Nena

    in Comedy


  • 01:23

    JOHN ANDREWS- LOUDBOY Musician - Songwriting, Inspiration & The Theory of Fate

    in Indie Music

    John Andrews is a NYC based guitarist, singer and composer.  Hailing from Auburn, Massachusetts where as a teenager he studied with jazz guitarist and director of Jazz Studies at WPI, Rich Falco.   Studying with Rich at Clemente Music Studio in Worcester proved to be the perfect musical environment for the young guitarists growth not just artistically but also personally.  It was then that John got the opportunity to move to New York City to attend the prestigious New School Jazz program.   It did not take very long before John fell in love with both the school and the music scene in New York City.

     He is an international touring guitarist.  Having performed shows through out the United States, Europe, and Japan.He is a long time member of the New York City band BOTANICA, and since 2006 he has been a constant member of the NENA band. In 2011 he started his own band LOUDBOY to showcase his talents as a singer and songwriter.

    We'll interview John about his songwriting techniques, what inspires him, and his philosophy of "Life" and "Death."  

    You can find John at: www.loudboy.net


  • 01:01

    A Beacon of Light in the Bronx: The G & N Project

    in Women

    On Monday, January 26 at 7:00 PM, we’ll talk to two distinguished ladies from the Bronx, who saw a need in their community, and united to address it.  The result was an organization that helps families trapped within the shelter system restore their strength.  We’ll talk to Gisselle Brea and “La Nena”, the founders of “The G & N Project”.  We’ll find out what they do personally to help nurture the spirit of women and families victimized by abuse, and we’ll talk about what motivates them to carry on in their noble pursuit!

    Explore their website at www.gandnproject.org or find them on Facebook!!

    We gladly take your calls at 646-721-9605.  Monday night on The Vent Man channel.

  • 00:53

    Episode 17: Imposter Syndrome

    in Culture

    We discuss wardrobe pare-down techniques, as Ann records from inside her closet. Why red carpet season turns us into human garbage monsters. Women who don’t want other women to have abortions. Sophia Grace shouts out her girlfriends, but where is Rosie? This week in Shine Theory, the delightful contestants on Masterchef, Jr. This week in menstruation, an IUD update and don't flush tampons. And, how to deal with imposter syndrome.

    Reading List:

    Closet pare-down

    Women who don’t want other women to have abortions

    Alison Turkos shoutout

    Shine Theory: Masterchef Jr


    Mark Ronson - Leaving Los Feliz (ft. Kevin Parker)

    Sophia Grace - Best Friends

    Nena - 99 Luftballons

    Hannah Rad edit of Robyn - Call Your Girlfriend

  • 00:31

    Going for Greatness: Contact Center Recruiting

    in Health

    Nena LaLumia, President of Atlas Contact Center Staffing & IT Consulting, talks contact center recruiting and how to keep high turnover rates and poor retention rates at bay. Putting the right type of person into the chair makes a huge difference, and having compassionate, empathetic, and skilled agents translates to higher levels of customer engagement and loyalty. But how do you find the right people?



  • 02:59

    Open Relationships: What's that all about? with your host Queenfg

    in Relationships

    Lets have candid, open, and real conversations about Love, Lies and Relationships! Join your host Queenfg Dointhedayummost as we discuss open relationships: what's that all about?

    The origins of the term open marriage remain obscure. Researchers in the 1960s used the term open marriage to describe individual freedom in choosing marriage partners. Closed marriage meant individuals had to marry someone based on social prohibitions and social prescriptions. Open marriage meant individuals could choose to marry someone based on personal preferences.

    Nena and George O'Neill changed the meaning of the term with the 1972 publication of their book Open Marriage. The O'Neills conceived open marriage as one in which each partner has room for personal growth and can develop outside friendships. Most chapters in the book dealt with non-controversial approaches to revitalizing marriage in areas of trust, role flexibility, communication, identity, and equality. Chapter 16, entitled "Love Without Jealousy", devoted 20 pages to the proposition that an open marriage could include some forms of sexuality with other partners. These concepts entered the cultural consciousness and the term "open marriage" became a synonym for sexually non-monogamous marriage. (source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_marriage)

    We'd love to hear your thoughts, perspectives, and experiences...


  • 00:18

    Pop Off.

    in Comedy


  • 00:35


    in Comedy

    PG. Nena@Imvu.com Barbette@Imvu.com Nene@Imvu.com Time: 11:30 PM. Topic: We're back.  

  • 02:00

    Love Life and Pain feat Nena Wordsong

    in Poetry

    Come and join us as Poetess Nena Wordsong is coming to bless us with her poetry !

  • 00:45

    Blue Fiddles Web Series Creator Nena Botto

    in Television

    I recently got the chance to speak with the creator of a Web series called Blue Fiddles. Let me read the description of the series from its press kit:
    Blue Fiddles, is a new web series written by actress Nena Botto. It's the story of three women searching for meaning amongst the day to day grind living in Portland, Oregon. The theme is a mix of comedy and drama that aims to be glamorous through honesty- women who have scars from life experiences not numerous Botox sessions. The characters are complex in their demeanor and wonderfully flawed in their intentions.
    Within this interview, Nena tells of how she came up with the idea for the series and just how much filming it turned into a huge collabortive effort between the cast, crew and the city of Portland.

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