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Keeping secrets or telling lies in a relationship which one is worst? Who's the villian....call in 347-884-9973 and tell us your opinion!!!!
Can you really tell your friends the truth? We say, "Don't lie to me, tell me truth." But, can we handle the truth from people who say they love us, who say they are our friends. Can telling the truth destroy friendships? Tune in and hear what the ladies are saying.
Domestic Violence, Poetry and Personal Philosphy. We talk with Alex, Amanda, Nicola and Nina. Women writer's who are expressing their thoughts and opening up for us to look into their Minds, Hearts and Souls. Telling their stories with the confidence they have gained through their experiences.
Truth is most often used to mean in accord with fact or reality. “Can it can be proven to correspond to experience?". Fact is sometimes used synonymously with truth. Reality is the state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or might be imagined. Be careful when reality is defined in a way that links it to world views and dominate perspectives.
In America, there is a penalty for telling the truth. Young Mr. Snowden is “on the run” because he told the truth about an incident that America would rather that the world and American citizens not know. The "powers that be" minimize discussions about the information that was “leaked” and sensationalize the “offense” committed by the act of revealing the information. Does this trouble you?
Over the last few months, there has been courtroom coverage of a young woman’s trial where she killed her lover. No one questions that she killed him, but the gory details of the murder and the sexual interactions between the murderess and the victim was sensationalized. There were “spin-off” shows that discussed the daily courtroom “drama”. How is this entertainment?
How is “wrong” made “fair seeming”? Why is debauchery sought after. Truth is so often buried or made less significant than anything else. Why is that? Has truth been molested and cowed down to reflect only a “created” reality?
The American people are fed a constant diet of “un-reality”: A lizard sells insurance, a camel walks freely through an office place bragging about “hump day”; a stuffed animal sells fabric softener; pigs fly on airplanes, drive convertibles; dishwashing sponges walk around and give orders to diswahing detergents, babies sell stocks and bonds, dogs demand certain types of flea collars
Guest Co Host: Monica Rosales, Executive Director of DocMiami.org
Bay Area actor and writer Don Schwartz has been seen in a number of film roles during the last six years. He is a writer for CineSource magazine (and previously wrote for now-defunct Film/Tape World) on various topics of import to the local film community, including advocacy and personal profiles. Don has also been published in a variety of publications since 1977. Previously the director of The Trager Institute for 21 years, Don holds multiple degrees, including a PhD in psychology and counseling. Currently a strong advocate for bringing film and TV production back to the Bay Area, Don is also a working member of the Scary Cow film cooperative, which develops widespread ‘mutual support’ for numerous projects by its members. Don is also busy promoting his two scripts, and hopes to produce one in the near future. Don’s other interests include listening to (and sharing) a wide variety of music, taking care of his twin nieces, and promoting natural health and healing through research. He is a dedicated environmental activist, and an avid fan of aviation and space exploration. About six times a year, readers find Don in the editorial pages of the Pacific Sun, Marin County’s popular alternative weekly.
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Tune in Friday, September 6, 2013, as Stacey Brewer of H. Blu's Word speaks on Tatyana Fazlalizadeh's campaign, "Stop Telling Women to Smile: A Discussion on Street Harassment." Stop Telling Women to Smile is a street art project that addresses gender based street harassment. Street harassment is a serious issue that affects women world wide. This project attempts to take women's voices, and faces, and put them in the street - creating a presence for women in an environment where women are a lot of times made to feel uncomfortable and unsafe - outside in the street.
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Come Join us for some fun!!! Bring a virtual gift for each guest and describe in detail what it is that you are offering to the party. Your Hostesses Lisa and Monica Today will set the scene. Act one scene one of the party takes place in a beautiful meadow... etc. We will begin by each sharing our gifts and then continue starting a story that each caller will take turns continuing.This celebration is a wonderful exercise for the imagination, a way to visualize and share exciting stories and to connect with new people! This should be a wonderful time! To register private message me with the phone number that you will be calling in from so that i can pull you into the call and whether or not you would rather remain anonymous. (Good for shy folks ;) The call in number for the show is (347)989-0110 you can always
ArtSees Diner Radio welcomes Jack Thanatos, of The Djinn Trials series and Stephen Cooney, illustrator. Jack Thanatos writes with a little bit of mythology and dark humor, The Djinn Trials mixes in with historical and modern events with a view through the Djinn lens, as if The Old Ones were in control the whole time. The Gods of Chaos follows Jack and his close nit group of friends as they discover a world where the strings have been pulled by the Old Ones. Jack Thanatos drives the narrative style story into the far reaches of mythology inspired chaos. Jack Thanatos, aka. Justin Irps was raised in Kankakee Illinois with three sisters, a hard working father, and a mother that had enough love for the entire neighborhood. The Gods of Chaos occurred "while bored out of my mind standing watch in the engine room, thinking about people back home." Being in the US Navy and being deployed right after 9-11, he was able to delve into the nature of humanity, while living within the lines of the military, he told stories of those who can only exist outside the lines! Stephen Cooney is known for his illustrations specializing in horror, Sci-Fi and murder/ mysteries. His style is reminscinet of Iron Maiden album convers. His life and passion are centered around two things; his family and his art. He loves creating and designing new projects for author's who want to transfer an understanding of the their work to potential readers. He is a lover of horror, zombie, and grizzly stories. While he stays in within the lines, his mind is telling stories outside the lines.