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Pagan Pride Day season is just about here. The official event season kicks off with Lammas and concludes with Samhain (1 August through 31 October). Every seasons since PWN launched the hosts have spent some time talking about PPD and related events. They plan to do the same this year as well.
RevKess and Zaracon will also give you a Pagan perspective on world news, health and science, and updates on stories previously covered on PWN. Pagan related music and book releases will also be shared.
Tonight on Pat's Perspective, we are talking all Fantasy Football for 90 minutes. I got my rankings by position, sleepers and busts for each position and also ranking the rookies to target and what rookies could be sleepers! I also want to here from all of you, call or tweet your Fantasy Football questions, callers and tweeters make the show great and I can use all of you guys and gals!
To get in touch on the phones, you can call 347-637-3521 or tweet at me @patcle330 using #AskPat.
Come on in and stay awhile! I got ya for 90 minutes starting at 1am EST
In today's Pat's Persepctive. We talk ALL THINGS NFL. We will talk about the NEW decision in Cleveland with Mike Pettine making his QB decision. Hoyer? Manziel? Connor Shaw???? We got the fallout. We will also look at the latest on the arrest of Le'Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount in Pittsburgh. What's next for PITT? My new segment "Stock Up, Stock Down" as well as some Fantasy Football talk! That and all of your calls at 347-637-3521. Come on in and join us for awhile!
Ellen Gee welcomes rapper, poet, and overall cool kid 2Point to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective. He comes to the show to discuss love, creativity, and gives us a peek into the world of someone who is wise beyond his years. He's quiet but when he does speak, the gems he drops are beyond amazing. He says he's not in for the glory. He represents the real ones with a story. It will be my pleasure to get to know him this evening.
Ellen Gee updates the listening audience with the 2014 4th Quarter Schedule of events and reads an excerpt from her blog The Evolution of Perspective (theevolutionofperspective.blogspot.com). Follow Ellen Gee on social media:
This episode of The Evolution of Perspective is being sponsored in part by Purple Honey Music & Entertainment. Visit www.purplehoneymusic.com to get information and tickets to the September 14 show that stars Krystle Est, Ama Chandra, April Sampe, Comedian Stiletto, and Poet Rebecca Dupas.
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Ellen Gee welcomes Bronx born, Baltimore raised emcee Nivek B to this episode of The Evolution of Perspective on Blog Talk Radio. Nivek B joins Ellen to discuss his music, including the debut of two songs For You Ma and Above the Clouds, life in Baltimore, and his plans for his musical career.
Here more music at on his Soundcloud at https://soundcloud.com/nivek-b-2, on the DatPiff website at http://www.datpiff.com/na-NivekB-unreleased-material-mixtape.399260.html, and on his ReverbNation page at https://www.reverbnation.com/mrnivek72. Friend him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/kevb72.
Are you interested in the "pagan festival scene"? Perhaps you are new to the pagan path, and you would like to attend your first pagan festival. Tune in to the Sacred Oak Circle, and listen to Rev. Gary talk about his experience with pagan festivals. Our mission is to inspire, teach, and empower you on your spiritual path!
She recorded her first song in Columbia, South Carolina, where she also earned her diploma at Richland Northeast High School's Palmetto Center for the Arts. Shortly after, she moved to New York City, and later, Charm City. It was in Baltimore where she met her lead producer, Morece, at an internship doing theatre with inner city youths.
An impromptu performance with Baltimore wordsmiths, David Ross and Femi Lawal of 5th L cleared a way to work with artists in the Baltimore music scene and beyond.
A month later, she was performing with the group in New York. A year later she was asked to come on as the vocalist for live performances with the Out of Water eXperience, Lawal's solo adventure that fuses alternative rock and hip hop.
Using this unique opportunity, Alexis has honed her talents on stage and at local venues.
She is now on the verge of releasing her first solo album.
An Army Brat, Alexis-Joyce is truly a lover of music- in all it's many forms. Her musical influences range from Donny Hathaway, Natalie Cole, and Stevie Wonder, to Aerosmith, Santana, The Eagles, and country artist such as Rascal Flatts, Kenny Chesney, Kieth Urban, and Miranda Lambert. She spent months dancing to a Shania Twain cassette tape- given to her by an aunt as a girl.
"There's no such thing as 'Black music' or 'White music," says Alexis Joyce. "I strive to create music- and that can cross racial and cultural barriers. Music isn't stifled or limited by anyone's genre restrictions."
She joins Ellen Gee on this episode of The Evolution of Perspective.
It is not uncommon to find Pagan high priestesses and celebrants wearing something on their heads, be it a full, face-covering veil, a headdress, a hair-covering scarf or shawl, or even a small, tiara-like circlet.
This week, Kalisara and RevKess are bringing you a panel discussion: Pagan women from many different paths and beliefs who share the practice of using veils and other head coverings in their ritual and/or daily lives.
While we have touched on this topic previously, this time we will hear from those women who practice veiling, discussing the why's, the how's, the when's, as well as the problems that can come from veiling. We will be hearing their stories, many of which embody a quiet strength reflective of the oft-veiled Matron Goddesses.