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I first saw the title of this show on a bumper sticker on the vehicle in front of me and fell in love with it: A PBS MIND IN A FOX NEWS WORLD! Most of us humans live a "reactionary" life responding to the others in our lives and "what is." The teachings of Abraham reveal that we create our own reality even if we are not aware of it; that we are vibratory beings; that the powerful Law of Attraction matches what we are vibrating; and that we have total control over what we are vibrating. We get what we focus on, wanted or unwanted. On today's show we will talk about all of this, as well as how to choose "wobble free" thoughts, how to want it and expect it, how to move into "knowing," and the value of moving into appreciation the first thing in the morning! I am so excited about talking to you, favorite listeners. See you at 11! Love, Linn
I have a PBS mind in a Fox News world. I didn't invent this saying but it defines me more than anything ever has! We have been talking about focusing on "wobble free" thoughts so that we create an "Unconditional Life." I have really shown myself that I can be happy under any conditions by doing the work every morning to raise my vibration to happiness and appreciation. Then, I just watch what happens all day that matches it. Law of Attraction brings you a match every time. We are going to be talking about this in a new way today at 11, favorite listeners. I am so excited! Love, Linny
I am so excited about this poet right here. Mr. "I wrote these words" himself will be on Rap or Spit with PBS spitting hot fire on this mic!
Brandon started writing back in 2001 after a series of events including listening to ABYSS Graham's first performance on Def Poetry. It would be some years before he would finally take his writing more serious. Originally, a screen name, Amayzn then became his moniker as he slowly began his walk into the poetry/spoken word scene. In five years, he had the priviledge of meeting and sharing stages with poets such as Queen God Is, Will Da Real One Bell, Dana Gilmore, Red Storm, and ABYSS Graham himself. After years of rocking on stage at home, he was finally ready to start his travels around our beautiful but confused country and give people a voice who often can't speak for themselves. Don't miss Amayzn onn Rap or Spit on Sunday Dec. 26yh @ 9pm CST!!!!
Join us on Rap or Spit with PBS as our guest host will be Da Champ on this Special Mother's Day Show. We will discuss love, life, parenting and the like. Its an open forum, so be sure to call in to Rap with me and Da Champ or spit a hot piece... just be sure to not miss it.
Joins us Sunday at 10:00 pm EST as we speak to Phillip Rodriguez, director of Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle, a new PBS documentary that examines the life and mysterious death of pioneering journalist Ruben Salazar.
We also discuss Part 3 of Al Jazeera America's "Borderland" with two more cast members.
The Total Tutor will interview Beatles Tribute Band The Fab Four. We will discuss how the band was formed, how to see them in your town, and were they have traveled to.
Beatles Tribute band in the world; current PBS special airing around the country, and currently on US tour.
Andrew Lam is a co-founder of New America Media, an association of 2000 ethnic media outlets in the US, a regular contributor to Huffington Post, and a syndicated writer. He is also an author of three books, “Perfume Dreams: Reflections on the Vietnamese Diaspora” which won a Pen Open Book award in 2006, “East Eats West: Writing in Two Hemispheres,” and his latest, “Birds of Paradise Lost” a collection of short stories about Vietnamese refugees who struggle to remake their lives in America’s West. It has garnered raving reviews from Pulitzer Prize winners Robert Olen Butler and Oscar Hijuelos, and from writer Maxine Hong Kingston and won the Pen West Coast Award.
Lam’s awards include the Society of Professional Journalist “Outstanding Young Journalist Award” (‘93) “Best Commentator” in 2004, The Media Alliance Meritorious awards (‘94), The World Affairs Council's Excellence in International Journalism Award (‘92), the Rockefeller Fellowship, and the Asian American Journalist Association National Award (‘93; ‘95). He was a John S. Knight journalism fellow at Stanford 2001-02.
Lam, who was born in Vietnam and came to the US in 1975 when he was 11 years old was featured in the documentary “My Journey Home,” which aired on PBS nationwide in 2004.
A journalist and fiction writer and a media organizer Lam, who writes about immigrant experience with compassion and wit, and who is a keen observer of the East-West cultural spheres and their, can speak on many issues: the media business, career in writing and journalism, and what it means to be an immigrant to America in the 21st century. He’s working on a novel.
Join Rap or Spit with PBS when my feat. artists will be Brittney Dowell & Sonya Moe. Both these young ladies are hot new spoken artist from the Twin Cities in Minnesota, where I now reside. They both have mad talent. I feel in love with both their ink immediately and I believe you all will too. Call in number is 347-945-7258. Don't miss it!
I am pleased to welcome an soulful singer/songwriter, Ellis B., out of my hometown of Benton Harbor, Michigan. This brother is oh so talented. Don't miss this show on Dec. 5th.
Born early summer, 1977 the singer, songwriter, and producer was destined to be a star. Using personal experiences and artist development skills obtained at his father’s church Ellis began exploring the music world for himself. With his many talents and power house performances he is sure to ‘WOW’ a crowd. Although born and raised in Benton Harbor, Michigan, Mr. Bethea has had many privileged opportunities to travel the States delivering his craft to the world. He’s visited places like Missouri, Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia, & Kansas. He even performed in Memphis Tennessee entertaining an audience of over 25,000 plus at the tender age of 8. By age 12 Ellis was highly recognized for his smashing opening performance for major acts to include The Clark Sisters, Karen Clark-Shepard, The O’Neal Twins, as well as Cece Winans.
As an adult Ellis toured and opened performances for Ronald Isley, Pretty Ricky, Twister, & Shawna.
It’s evident that he’s no amateur when it comes to performing in the presence of a variety of music lovers from small groups to very large crowds. If asked, you will find that Ellis is known for his unique musical versatility that has touched the hearts of many. His music covers many genres from Gospel to Pop to R&B allowing him the flexibility he needs to give his fans what they love.
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