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Stephen "Stix” Josey, an Italian/African American Producer/Director/Writer & Actor will be LIVE as a guest on Nixon Squar’D – Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. EST.
Stix, grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. By the age of 6 his interest peaked in playing drums. At the age of 14 he became a drummer on his first gospel album. That was Stix’s first real introduction into the entertainment industry. Stix attended Saddleback Film School in California. During this time Stix taught himself how to pay the piano and write his own “original” music.
Stix produced, recorded, and engineered over 50 albums. Once signed with Sony Records, as an In-House Music Producer, he worked with talents like Mobb Deep, John Legend, Wu-Tang Clan, as well as several other artists.
Stix also worked in the filming industry writing and producing several films. Stix wrote his very first film “Angels Around Me” in 2012. Because of his writing ability with “Angels Around Me” Stix was invited to the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival.
Join Nixon Squar’D as we interview Stephen “Stix” Josey live to find out what e has been up to and what are his future plans.
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Tonight at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Political Gravity.
Your host Jane Hoffman will be discussing the infamous David Frost interview with Richard Nixon. Did Frost miss some of the things Nixon was trying to get across? Ron Howard directed the famous film, and Jane will compare the film to the real interview.
All this plus NPR news, weather.com forecast, music, and much more.
On this weeks Critical Conversations we talk with Dr. Jim Picht, senior political editor and an expert on Ukraine and Russia and ask if we are entering into "Obama's Cold War." Even if you lived through any portion of the Cold War (1946-1991) you might not understand the media's question "Are we entering Obama's Cold War? a term that most often refers to post-war tensions between the US and the Soviet Union following World War II. Coincidentally, it was during the Cold War, on Septembe 1, 1983, that the Soviet Union shot down Korean Air Lines Flight 007, a Boeing 737 with 269 people aboard, incluidng a sitting congressman, when it violated Soviet airspace.
Also on the show will be guest host Bob Siegel, Communities Writer (Forbidden Table Talk) and radio host on KCBQ 1170, San Diego. Bob will be speaking with Dr. Richard A. Nixon, a practicing attorney in Califorina, Viet Nam vet and author of the controversial book "America, An Illusion of Freedom."
Writers are often recognized for their work and Communities writer Joseph Cotto (The Conscience of a Realist) a nationally syndicated writer that has been recognized by King Kigeli V, Rwanda, for his series on the king who is living in exile in Virginia. Joseph can now claim rights to the title of His Excellency, a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Crested Crane for his servie to the Kingdom of Rwanda and of the Royal House of Nyinginya.
Dr. Picht returns to the studio to talk to Joseph about Rwanda, King Kigeli V and the present day political temperature in this state often forgotten in the worlds bigger headlines.
This conversation is with a few of the models who will be walking in the petite focused fashon runway event, UNDER on Saturday, March 28, 2015. Check out a some of the images below.
If you have a question for the models call us tonight at 7:00 p.m. EST on the Guest Call In (347) 633-9671 and speak with them directly.
We look forward to hearing your voice.
Allow yourself the mind space and the physical space to create that new version of your company. Janet Nixon, president of the Canadian-owned Allworld Packaging Supplies, shares how she jumped the gap from being a consultant and certified general accountant to the owner of a customer-based, quality-care company.
Allworld, under Janet's leadership, continues to be an ever-expanding business while mainting their level of quality service. How does one jump the gap to a more fulfilling business as she has?
Janet shares her 3 key tips in nurturing the growth and sustainability that your company needs through:
Connect: join an entrepreneurial tribe
Check: monitor your error margin
Collect: set up a system that tracks your customers' feedback
Sharpen your vision for the company by tracking your metrics. Putting these 3 keys in place allows your business to thrive for you to see your company transform from 1.0 to 2.0. In the words of Janet, "Try to get outside the box and look at the grand global vision."
Join us LIVE on Fish Bait Radio as we welcome "The General" himself Mr Larry Nixon.
Your host Scott Burns will be talking to Larry about the 2015 season on the road and getting some inside fishing tips.
Be sure to tune in to this must hear show and be sure to follow Larry Nixon on Facebook during the 2015 FLW Season.
Kanita Washington is a local playwriter and producer. Kanita has good things on the horizon and with an upcoming play on Saturday, April 4, 2015 this conversation is sure to get juicy as we discuss "Till Death Do Us Part" her latest production.
Join Nixon Squar'D during the interview of Rob "Photo Rob" Arnold, owner of Realistic Art Photography. Photo Rob is one of Virginia's well known photographers and business owners. Tune in and find out why he started, what "I LOST IT" is all about, and what he has next on the horizon.
You can also chat live to ask him questions.
Talk to you then.
An interviewer and comedic innovator, Richard Oliver Jr. has heading his own entertainment company based out of New York, ICP Entertainement, "to where both the business professional, entertainment and artistic community can network, exchange ideas, and discover new and emerging projects in a positive and inspirational environment, among other like minded Big Picture Thinking Individuals."
We will talk to Oliver about his project "The Rhyme Impersonator Show" and developing his company in NYC.
Welcome to the Mind Right Radio! Tune in every Sunday at 11 AM (EST) as we weave consciousness with reality for spiritual self-development.
The goal of the Mind Right Radio is to provide information and techniques to those who are interested in how reality works and those who want to elevate from a player in the game to a god in their own innerverse.
Prepare to expand your mind for personal development and spiritual evolution!
This Week: Many on the path are interested in spiritual tools and magickal items. In this episode, we will discuss what spiritual tools are and how to use them. How do you know if a tool is a good fit for you? Where can one get spiritual tools? Do you NEED tools? We will tackle these questions and more. Joining us on the platform this Sunday is, Magus Richard Bullard. Magus is a former pastor of 29 years. He is now a Spiritual Teacher and resides in Charlotte, North Carolina.
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Call in number is 858-365-5534 - We will open lines for questions and comments at the end of the show!
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Tulane will miss one of the most talented defensive backs in all of college football with Nixon making his path to the NFL Draft. Blessed with speed that only God gives, Nixon says the defensive back he admires most is Darrell Green. If Mr. Green is before your time he was known as the NFL's Fastest Man. Nixon was invited the the College Gridiron Showcase in Arlington, TX. In front of NFL Scouts he displayed the same qualities that made him stand out at Tulane.
Prior To Tulane: Played two seasons at the University of Memphis, starting 13 of the 18 games he played in for coach Larry Porter...saw action in eight games with four starts as a true freshman in 2010, finishing fourth on the in kickoff returns (4) and return yardage (53), tied for fourth in pass break-ups (2) and tied for 10th in tackles for loss (1.5) while tallying 15 tackles (9 solo, 6 assists)