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In this entry of Rick Shapiro Diaries, Rick discusses the need that we have to adhere to trends instead of being the ones who create our own. Rick also rants about network late night TV, comics taking risks and suggests that CEO's should have to walk the plank.
Quote of the episode - "Look up the word benign. It is you in your Google goggles"
(NOI.org/TheTime) - We intend for the next 58 weeks to deal with the subject that was given by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, The Time and What Must Be Done. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad finished his time among us with a series of lectures called the Theology of Time. Pt1. 1 of Series released Jan. 12, 2013 @ http://www.noi.org/thetime/
HIGH FREQUENCY RADIO NETWORK purpose is clear, to deliver to the listeners/supporters the purist level of information for your benefit, research & study. These weekly lectures concluded February 15th, 2014, HFRN will be rebroadcasting these weekly broadcast chronilogically every Friday for the next 58 week's, ALLAH willing, @ 2pm PST/5pm EST.
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Hip Hop is 40 years old (thats right its middle aged). At times now it seems as thought hip hop is having a mid life crisis. It wants to have fun and be creative but it also has to pay the bills. Its has matured into a new fan base of different culture and those cultures are shaping hip hop to fit it world and views. Tonight we discuss the growth and shaping of hip hop and how hip hop (and hip hop purist) might have to reshape some of their view about the artform and the business. Call in at (347) 826-774
Monica Bloom is an Ayurvedic practitioner, writer, lecturer, and creator of the Ayurvedic blog, HeyMonicaB.com: A Blooming Resource on Ayurveda, reaching readers worldwide. And, when the world responds, “Ayur-what?!,” Monica laughs, explaining the foundation and benefits with ease. Her purist delivery of ancient wisdom fused with Midwest humor and practicality make her an impactful entertaining healer. Monica graduated with a Diploma of Ayurvedic Sciences in April 2009 and in 2010 traveled to India to advance her studies in panchakarma. Monica is a wife, mama of a spirited toddler, and owner of three animals. She currently works a 40-hour corporate grind in San Francisco, a true expert at tucking Ayurveda neatly into our modern lives as she manages the daily crazies just like everyone else. Monica provides Ayurvedic consultations for clients nationwide and speaks at bookstores, yoga studios, and private events around Los Angeles and San Francisco.
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In 2001, Johnny Popcorn was at its early stages, and for the members it was a place to be creative. Considered as a project outside of the regular music careers, Johnny Popcorn would be the outlet when things got too stressful. Fittingly enough, recording Johnny Popcorn jams seemed to hit the spot. Fast forward to 2011 when Johnny Popcorn offered a unique musical formula—a concoction of highly fueled croons layered with its own views on topics ranging from teenage growing pains, self-gratification, weed, humdrum suburbia, and family values. Initially consisting of two members, Hezekiah and Tone Whitfield, the duo's inspiration and experience is the masterpiece that cements Johnny Popcorn. Vocalist and songwriter, Hezekiah, is no stranger to the music industry with 3 full-length solo albums as a hip-hop artist. Feeling like he was neglecting his Southern Funk/Rock upbringing passed down from his parents from Kentucky and North Carolina, he felt inspired for something new and exciting to develop—ultimately settling in on a new found passion. Bass guitarist and all-around producer, Tone Whitfield a.k.a. Grumpy Smurf, has produced numerous songs for Bilal, Meshell Ndegeocello, Zap Mama, and others. Contrast to Hezekiah’s hip-hop background, Grumpy Smurf has always been a rock purist with an open mind. Today, JOHNNY POPCORN is a crow on a mission. An alter ego that was inspired by Hez and Tone, who would jokingly put down fake names on open mic lists. When the host called out JOHNNY POPCORN, the crowd would chuckle in amusement. “I think we have a name for a band,” says Tone Whitfield. If it’s riff-heavy, rolls off the tongue and is more filling, then it’s Johnny Popcorn.
In the course of filling out a variety of forms, Dionne told me she was thirty-two years old, which surprised me, because I had guessed her age to be in the mid-twenties. I wondered why someone with her beauty, presence, and, above all, extraordinary talent was not already a household name by age thirty-two
She realized that she had been given a gift at birth, and a little voice from within kept telling her that it was wrong not to use that gift. Finally, one day, she made up her mind to take bold action to change her circumstances, and thus began her belated singing career
The stage, no matter how small, was her world, and an appreciative audience, no matter how sparse, her reward. I was really impressed with her purist attitude and her passion for performing.
At the meeting, Dionne assured that, with one exception, everything she had told me about herself was true -- her study of classical music in college, initially playing the role of the traditional housewife, then pursuing her destiny as a singer, and the fact that she had no manager. The part of the story that had not been true, however, was her age.
As things turned out, my relationship with Dionne lasted only about a year, chiefly because I couldn't afford to continue the level of investment I felt was required. The music business gives new meaning to the term dirty, and it became apparent that, despite Dionne's talent, it was going to be a long, hard road to the top -- and long was something that was in very short supply in her case.
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We are probing into existential waters here. The title of the show being a list of certain conditions of our fleshy existence. Condensation, Collective Agreements, Engagements, Arrangements, and Contracts
Being a purist and a weird sort of im/perfectionist lately I've done my best to forgo all items on the aforementioned list whilst still retaining basic credibility as a human being.
This, is a bit like paddling upstream. We humans have our social agreements, they are unavoidable, and at times, damn useful. There is a desire to be free of such things though, after all we made these agreements up. We can unmake them.
Join me on this jaunt through our social mores as we chew on the substance that binds us all together and dip a toe into what life may be like without them (or at least if we rearranged them)
Official Biography [courtesy of AngelaBlair.com] Angela Blair . Debuts 2 New Songs " Trust " & " Nobody Like You Lord " Angela Blair, an extraordinary powerhouse singer & Grammy winning producer, Madukwu Chinwah, unleashes on music purist. This time the recipe is something to savor. You take a little R&B, spice it up with some good ole Soul, top it off with Gospel, a powerful message and what you get is the secret recipe for “inspiration” with the Motor City’s sacred sound. The single, “Trust,” is exactly what we crave today. The combination of these two has the making of a classic that you will never forget 20 years from now. Blair’s strong, yet angelic voice makes you come back for more. Be inspired by……Trust. An icon in the making, Angela Blair has been singing since the age of seven years old. Hailing from the great state of Texas, Blair is a multi-talented artist with a heart of gold. No stranger to the struggle life, Blair’s story is one of determination, courage and faith, which will both, encourage and inspire you. Blair’s talent does not end with the ability to wow crowds with her beautiful voice; she is also an aspiring actress. She was cast as an ‘Angel of Mercy’ singer in the motion picture film, Leap of Faith, starring Steve Martin, Debra Winger, and Liam Neeson. She also held the title of Associate Producer on the official documentary short film, “Barack Obama, the Man and His Journey.”
Lakecia Benjamin is a streetwise New York City native born and raised in Washington Heights, who is one of the most highly sought-after players in soul and funk music. A charismatic and dynamic saxophonist and bandleader, Lakecia has worked with Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, The Roots, and Macy Gray. She’s performed on four continents and her recording credits include saxophone and arrangements for Santigold, Maurice Brown, the Clark Terry Big Band, Krystle Warren, and Talib Kweli, among others. After being so in demand as a collaborator, Benjamin took center stage with the release of her unconventional soul and funk album Retox (2012) on Motéma Music. The debut disc finds the saxophonist showing off her impeccable purist jazz resume with a deep, kaleidoscopic, and ingeniously arranged mix of original old school soul and funk songs. [Photos 1 & 2: Elizabeth Leitzell] [Photo 3: Diva JC, Awa, and Lakecia at Umbria Jazz, Perugia, Italy, July 2014]
To render for me, myself and I means I can live a balance lifestyle. Of course you can’t please all the people all the time, but life is worth living. As the world turns we capture a much larger view point meaning someone may never view. We know that the sun gives out light by day and the moon gives light during the night, but to have vision, goals and morals renders hope. Be careful how you treat love, it just may be unconditional, the purist form, and entrepreneurship of God.
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