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Join News Director Rick Spisak as he welcomes his guests
Staci-lee Sherwood who has been working on protecting Florida's Turtles from a variety of challenges human and otherwise
And Environmentalist John Quarterman President of the WWALS Watershed Coalition will discuss the Sable Trail Pipeline
And a very special pair of guests Lynn and David Petrovich hosts of a new upcoming Finance/Credit Revolution show called
"Lives in the (Balance Sheet)" - Dave and Lynn have an extensive activist portfolio -
Medicare For All (NJ) + CPAs For Community Support + Green Party of Monmouth & Central NJ + (democratic) Socialist Party of Central NJ + People For A New Society (PFANS) + New Progressive Alliance - NJ + Society For Preservation of Continued Homeownership aka SPOCH (a NJ NP 501c3 Corporation)
They address the issues of credit, student loans taxation and how to maximize your economic power in a RIGGED GAME
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Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actres Renae Jacobs, Known for her work as the ORIGINAL voice of "April O'Neil" in the "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" franchise! JOIN US!
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We are discussing Turtles on tonight's show. Andrew Pardey is an avid turtle breeder and keeper from NSW. It's about time that we had animals of the shelled variety on the show!
Andrew currently owns 8 ponds with turtles in them and another 1 for plants and breeding live food. He has owned large numbers of different species over the years, but has settled on keeping Eastern Long Necks, Macleay River Short Necks, Hunter River Short Necks and Saw Shells.
We're going international this week on Canadian Musician Radio, and who better to have on our first such program than the almighty Slash. With his single "World on Fire" setting rock charts ablaze, the iconic guitarist speaks with Andrew just one day following the release of the album of the same name - his latest solo offering with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators. We'll talk about the record, his trademark guitar sound, and why Canada is so significant to his music career
Also on the show is American folk/rock outfit Trampled by Turtles, who speak with Mike fresh off of the release of Wild Animals, their seventh studio offering. With traditional instrumentation and a fresh ear for contemporary melodies and hooks, the band has been racking up high-profile festival billings and plenty of industry attention in recent years.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we'll discuss the latest remake of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Then, we review the new tornado thriller Into the Storm. After that, we review Helen Mirren's new movie The Hundred-Foot Journey. And finally, we'll discuss Daniel Radcliffe's latest effort What If.
Cowabunga! On this weeks' show, Michael Bay and the guy who brought you Battle: Los Angeles try not to ruin your childhood with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Plus, a review of the culinary rom-com The Hundred-Foot Journey starring Helen Mirren, and John Michael McDonagh's dark religious comedy, Calvary.
This plus news on Batman v Superman, a possible female spinoff of The Amazing Spider-Man, and much more!
On this episode of The Black Geeks Radio Show:
- We review the latest movie about America's favorite Heroes in a Half Shell. Check out our review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
- This week, Zack Synder defended the Aquaman character, without confirming is he will actually be in the Bat v. Sups Movie. We'll talk about the Aquaman character and his possible appearance in the next DC Comics Mega Movie
- Finally, we need to do a quick check in with the Geeks to see what's been going on with them. What are they reading, what are they watching, what are the playing, what's hot on their tech list.
- As usual we'll also have our Sith News segment and a new sponsor.
Memorial Day Weekend, the un-official start of summer and the time where you get drunk with your family and hash out your opinions on just about everything. So, who better to bring into the studio, live, than Patrick and Zack!
We've had these brothers on seperate shows (Patrick ep.20 and Zack ep.11), but never at the same time, so this'll be a blast, for sure! We're talkin, about Godzilla, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Dawn of the Dead (Zombies) and whatever the hell we feel like talkin' about.
So, grab a cold one and join us!
Kevin Eastman Bio Born in Portland, Maine in 1962 Kevin Eastman began drawing at a very young age copying children’s books and reading comics. Inspired by master storyteller Jack Kirby, and later by self publishing creators Richard Corben, Vaughn Bode, and Dave Sim, all of his early work focused more on Science Fiction influences than traditional Superhero style comics. In 1982, he met Peter Laird in Northampton, Massachusetts and the partnership studio; Mirage Studios was formed. Less than a year later in the middle of a late night jam session, Eastman doodled a new character he dubbed a “Ninja Turtle” to make Laird laugh—several sketches a final drawing of four characters later “Eastman and Laird’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” had officially entered the universe! Self published in May of 1984 the first issue sold out of its 3000 copies. Catching the eye of Merchandising Agents and Hollywood Producers, Eastman and Laird maintained full control of their creations while guiding them through Toy Licensing, TV Series adaptation, as well as Feature Film exploitation. Eastman found time to establish the “Words and Pictures Museum of Cartoon Art”, created an artist friendly publishing company, “Tundra Publishing” where projects like “The Crow” “From Hell” and “American Splendor” first flourished, as well as purchased world renowned “Heavy Metal Magazine.” He recently partnered with Writer, Director; Producer Robert Rodriguez to develop a new series of Heavy Metal inspired Animated and Live Action films. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film