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Sebastian Gibson is an international lawyer and political humorist who has written thousands of humorous and legal articles for online publications as well as The Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal. For more info on Sebastian Gibson, please visit: http://www.nittwittthill.com
Karl talks with Brian Schiele to learn about Utah's "Call Your Military Hero" Day; then gets a final update from one of the Nomadic Veterans; then interviews author Sebastian Junger about War, Restrepo and Korengal. Photos provided by Sebastian Junger, Marty Skovlund and Brian Schiele.
Variety Radio Online Month of May is starting off right. Monday, May 5th Sebastian Roché calls in to talk about his role Mikael in the TV Series ‘The Originals’ that air’s on the CW network.
In this interview Sebastian also talks about his time on Supernatural as Balthazar.
While many artists spend a lifetime chasing “international status,” 24-year-old classically trained singer-songwriter-musician Sebastian Mikael is already starting his career where others can only hope to finish. Born in Sweden to a Swedish father and Ethiopian mother, Sebastian Mikael—formerly known as De-Lor (which is French for “of gold”)—was raised in a diverse household that was enriched by music. While no one in his family ever made music professionally, Sebastian Mikael inherited his passion for music from his father and the sounds he grew up listening to inspired him to find out what was going on behind the music.
What started off as a childhood hobby soon snowballed into an adolescent obsession that led to him picking up the guitar and mimicking the sounds he heard on the radio. “I became interested in knowing exactly what the musicians were doing and how they got their sounds,” says Sebastian Mikael, who started off playing his favorite songs by Marvin Gaye, Guns N’ Roses, Wyclef Jean, Akon and Usher. And on Friday Sebastian is talking to his fans LIVE on Fancalls. Is there a question you want to ask Sebastian? Call in 646-929=1325 and ask him yourself 7pm April 18th. He will answer your calls for 30 minutes.
In this episode of Planetary Physician, Dr. JE Williams, OMD ~ shares live in studio the words and prayers of Sebastian Pauccar Flores a traditional Pampamisayoq, a Q'ero healer and ceremonialist, "servant" of Pachamama and the Apus.
Read about Dr. JE Williams (Santiago) intimate relationship with the Q'ero in his book, Light of the Andes.
We had the honor of having this respected Q'ero elder from the high Andes of Peru in the United States on a tour of the east and west coast. This was a long journey for Sebastian from his world into our world.
Join us in the global conversation concerning the life of our planet as it continues on GAIAFIELD radio with Sebastian's message and prayers for the world.
Are suffering from NFL withdrawal? Well the NBA is there to take care of you. The NFL season was a great one, but the NBA is turning out to be great also. Kevin Durant is playing at a MVP level, and Lebron is being Lebron. The Lakers and Knicks are terrible. The trade deadline is soon and both teams need to make a change!
Join host Christine Agro as she chats with Chef Sebastian Oveysi from Amoo's Grill, A Persian Fusion.
Chef Seb is a Persian-American Chef who is passionate about showing the world that Persian cuisine is not just about kabobs and rice, but rather rich flavors, textures, creativity and innovation.
In his culinary creations, Chef Seb demonstrates the complexity of Persian cuisine inspired from different regions of Iran: the spices of the Kurdish mountains, the tropical flavors of the Caspian Sea, and the rich aroma of the desert plains- a cuisine that has come out of the melting pot of the Indo Europeans, the Turks, the Kurds, the Afghans, the Jews, the Armenian Christians, the Mediterranean people and perhaps the Eastern Africans. These dishes are comforting and flavorful!
On today’s Nature Inspired, Chef Seb and I we'll be talking about using flowers in your recipes. From garnishes to main courses, edible flowers are a versatile ingredient that lend color, texture and an element of surprise to any meal.
Please join Ruthie this Thursday July 10th, 2014 8-10 pm CST with
GUEST: DAVE GIBSON of the Immigration Reform Examiner
Dave will join the show at the top of the 9:00 O'clock hour
Many of you are familiar with Dave Gibson and his excellent job of reporting and keeping us informed
on the many many crimes committed by individuals who should not be in the USA to begin with. - that
being illegal aliens. Crimes that make your stomach turn - create sadness and anger
Several of you are also aware of recent news tidbits about Dave Gibson's work - causing concern of just what
is happening.... Dave will join us to discuss how his reporting efforts and patriotic stand now had garnered the
attention of the Federal Government and ICE - all in an attempt to silence the truth.
Who Knows........... seeing that Dave continues to report and I continue to share many of these disgusting and
preventable crimes with you on the show.......maybe this ICE Agent and DHS (who has previously listened to
The Ruthie Report) will tune in as well.
The Total Tutor will interview The Executive Director of The Josh Gibson Foundation and Great Grandson of Josh Gibson, Sean Gibson. Sean will discuss the components of the foundation.
Sean L. Gibson is the great-grandson of Baseball Hall of Fame legend Josh Gibson. Sean has dedicated his life to the preservation of Josh's legacy and is the Executive Director of the Josh Gibson Foundation, a Pittsburgh area non-profit organization. The Josh Gibson Foundation was established in 1994 in an effort to keep the memory of Pittsburgh's beloved Josh Gibson and the entire Negro League alive. The foundation partners with Duquesne University by matching up college students with elementary and middle school youth for tutoring. The foundation also sponsors the Josh Gibson Little League.
There is likely no greater expert on the history of the Negro Leagues than Sean who speaks to a variety of groups throughout the year teaching on the significance of these great men who played the game before Jackie Robinson integrated baseball in 1947.
Josh Gibson, the man that many regard as the greatest Negro League player ever, was born on December 21, 1911 in Buena Vista, Georgia. He relocated to southwestern Pennsylvania in 1924 after his father found work in a Pittsburgh area steel mill. Josh began catching for the Pittsburgh Crawfords in 1927. With the addition of Gibson, the Crawfords rose to the top of the city's sandlot teams and challenged Cumberland Posey's Homestead Grays, a stellar club of Black professional baseball players from across the nation.
During Gibson's career, he played ball with Hall of Famers Oscar Charleston, Cool Papa Bell, Judy Johnson, and Satchel Paige. The Homestead Grays won an unprecedented nine consecutive Negro National League pennants with Gibson behind the plate.
While many artists spend a lifetime chasing “international status,” classically trained singer-songwriter-musician Sebastian Mikael is already starting his career where others can only hope to finish. Born in Sweden to a Swedish father and Ethiopian mother, Sebastian Mikael—formerly known as De-Lor (which is French for “of gold”)—was raised in a diverse household that was enriched by music. While no one in his family ever made music professionally, Sebastian Mikael inherited his passion for music from his father and the sounds he grew up listening to inspired him to find out what was going on behind the music.
What started off as a childhood hobby soon snowballed into an adolescent obsession that led to him picking up the guitar and mimicking the sounds he heard on the radio. “I became interested in knowing exactly what the musicians were doing and how they got their sounds,” says Sebastian Mikael, who started off playing his favorite songs by Marvin Gaye, Guns N’ Roses, Wyclef Jean, Akon and Usher.
Before long, Sebastian Mikael’s newfound passion led him to clocking long hours at Swedish recording studios, singing hooks for rappers and teaming up with a local producer to form a production team. But while the duo’s initial recordings generated a lot of online buzz, Sebastian Mikael was eager to strike out on his own. “I saw the initial potential of the work we were doing,” he says, “but I wasn’t getting a shot at doing my own songs. Plus, they are not as open-minded about music in Sweden as they are in the U.S.”
Matthew Grant sits down with Sebastian Suave for an extensive, exclusive interview which runs almost 3 hours. Sebastian talks about SMASH Wrestling & how much it means to him, teaming with Josh Alexander and now John Greed, the upcoming SMASH Wrestling title tournament and who his pick is, his first-time ever match with Archibald Peck coming up for C*4, tryouts & seminars for ROH, AAW & CZW matches he felt could have went better, his experience in Japan, an awesome word association & so much more!