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Andrew Utley was born in Michigan in January of 1984. He has remained trapped there ever since. An avid reader since becoming capable of understanding words, Harvester : Ascension is the first project he's completed exceeding short stories or crude poetry. He recently also completed The Taken, a paranormal thriller to be released through World Castle Publishing.
Eric R. Johnston was born and raised in the Flint area of Michigan. He was raised to appreciate science and history. Eric's father was an "in-home Carl Sagan," explaining the nature of the cosmos in easy to understand terms, teaching his children about stars, planets, worm holes, and black holes.
His introduction to science fiction came in the mid-1980's with reruns of the original Star Trek series. In fact, his earliest memory of going to the movie theater was to watch Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home in 1986. The following year saw the debut of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and he was hooked on science fiction.
Nick interviews MLBTradeRumors.com's writer Jeff Todd about the biggest trade rumors across the MLB as well as the potential moves involving the Phillies. In the second half of the show, Nick and JT discuss his ideas for the Phillies with the trade deadline just two days away!
Today, The Inspiration by Loretta Show welcomes Dr. Ebony Utley. She is an expert in popular culture, race, and romantic relationships, and the author of Rap and Religion: Understanding the Gangsta's God. Dr. Utley's writings have appeared in a variety of high-profile publications including Black Women, Gender, and Families, Ms. Magazine and Women and Language. She lectures at universities across the country and is an associate professor of communication studies at California State university Long Beach. She is here today to discuss the African American experience with infidelity .
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Tonight at 9:00pm, the Buzz On Broad crew will be talking all Phillies and Flyers.
We'll touch on Chase Utley's return to the lineup tonight for the Phillies for the first time this season as well as offer up an in-depth breakdown of every trade possiblitiy the Phils have to improve their lineup by the deadline.
Special guest and BoB Phillies contributor John Carullo will be making another appearance in studio to offer his professional analysis.
We'll break down the Flyers' most recent trade of JVR and acquisition of defenseman Luke Schenn in addition to potential free agents that could land their way in Philly.
Jim "Chet" Chesko and Bill Furman talk the latest in Philly sports including the Summer League debut of the 76ers Nerlens Noel, Chase Utley's All Star game selection, Jonathan Papelbons snub as well as all other things Philly sports. Bill reverses rolls and puts Chet on his own Rapid Fire hot set this week as well. We will also have the Philly Pressbox Radio Audio Clip of the Week. Be sure to join us live Wednesday night at 7pm or gives us a call on the www.shopforkisses.org phone lines, 929-477-2855.
Justin Utley - OUTmusic Award winning singer/songwriter - joins Candi & Randy to talk about his new critically acclaimed CD "Nothing This Real."
SiriusXM OutQ Radio named him "Artist of the Year"
Next Magazine called him "New York's hottest up-and-coming musician."
Good Morning Maine: "Exceptional songwriting... Outstanding and groundbreaking music. This is what you've been looking for."
Tune in to hear Justin tell his story, the story "behind the songs," his approach to songwriting and his candid thoughts about life in the honest lane.
Who: Justin Utley
What: Nothing This Real
When: November 11, 2011
Where: Kolob Records
Nothing This Real Great Escape State of Loneliness This Time Guided Back To You Moment For Me It Is What It Is Behind My Eyes In July Stand For Something (Live)
Ebony A. Utley, Ph.D. is an expert in popular culture, race, and romantic relationships. Her critically acclaimed book,Rap and Religion: Understanding The Gangsta’s God addresses all of the above by closely examining the juxtaposition and seeming hypocrisy of references to God within rap music. Utley asserts that religion has always been part of theurban environments that birthed rap music, and she shows exactly how a God sanctioned gangsta identity can be empower