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  • 01:01


    in Spirituality

    Supporting the challenging child the Shaman's return to give us insight on how their techniques in healing can provide the necessary changes that lead to healthier, happier family relations.

    These shaman have helped many troubled boys and families to transform lives.  Are you prepared to support yourself and cut a new path to healthy family networks? 

    World-renowned for their inspired performances of traditional Mali tribe music, Papa Wango and Djaly take their calling quite seriously, and with great reverence. African Mali rituals, long held in secret, are considered one of the most powerful and exotic forms of magic the world has ever seen. Practiced for thousands of years, this magic is considered principal to living, mainly through the intense power behind creation and assuring the integral health of the spirit. Papa Wango and Djaly perform their music (which ranges from traditional African styles to even rock and pop sung in Bambara, English, German, French and Spanish) in hopes of entertaining first, but also healing, helping and freeing others. They have presented on radio and television around the world and through their current world tour look to raise money and awareness for African Mali children in need. Acting as their Canadian agent, I am now able to arrange public appearances, events or even private sessions with these extraordinarily talented and personable individuals.

    For more information on the show visit www.vickerstree.com/cynastry

  • 01:03


    in Paranormal

    An ancient curse that puts a whole new spin on the horror genre, DEAD BEFORE DAWN slashed onto Blu-ray Disc, DVD and Digital Download October 1 from Gaiam Vivendi Entertainment and Wango Films.
    Casper Galloway (Devon Bostick) and his college friends visit an occult shop run by Casper’s grandfather (Christopher Lloyd) and accidentally unleash an evil curse, causing people to kill themselves and turn in to Zombie Demons, aka "Zemons."
    Armed with a slew of homemade weapons and a Winnebago, the college kids race through the night, killing Zemons and fighting time while frantically searching for a way to reverse the curse within 24 hours.
    As the Zemon army starts to overpower the team, Casper finds himself with no choice but to face his fears and become the unlikeliest of heroes.
    Shot entirely in live-action stereoscopic 3D, the feature marks director APRIL MULLEN -- who also co-stars -- as the first and youngest female to direct a film of this kind. April was brought up in the city of wonder Niagara Falls. She left to study at Ryerson Theatre School in Toronto where she received a B.F.A. Honors. She skipped over to the United Kingdom to further her training at the prestigious Royal Welsh College of Drama.
    Writer and co-star Tim Doiron and Mullen have made three films together via their Wango Films.

  • 01:42

    Afrikafe with DJ Godspeed and DJ EmpLove

    in Culture

    They Geryeleshem – Alemayehu Eshete           Kora jazz trio – garde a vous            Baba Maal – wango arti              Ifa – yunji oyelana            Tony Allen – no discrimination           Sai – condo bongo man                     Nimlilie Nani? – Ndala Kasheba            Water No Get Enemy – Fela Kuti               Tire Loma Da Nigbehin – Monomono          Yamala (Responsibility) – Yunasi                   Opposite People – Fela Anikulapo Kuti                    Vimbayl – The Four Brothers                             Asa-Sa – Fred Fisher                   We Dey Suffa – Oghene Kologbo and Afrobeat Academy                    Roforo Fight-Fela Kuti

  • 00:20

    Eva Universe

    in Entertainment

    Eva’s recent single “Breath Away” has been playing on KIIS FM in Los Angeles and she recently conducted an on air interview with Good Morning 90210. She has performed across the nation with performances most recently at Wango Tango, Universal City Walk, Club Splash and the Hollywood House of Blues. She is performing Sept 15th at the Sing for Self Esteem festival in Huntington Beach 

  • 01:00

    Kreeptown 134

    in Comedy

    The rundown-- **So it appears that author of Dracula, Bram Stoker may have been involved in a homosexual relationship with the man who was the title character's inspiration. What?! No way. How could anyone believe that there is gay subtext in vampirism? {adjusts eye liner, puts on frilly shirt, and douses self in Twilight brand body glitter} **And while we're on the subject of Dracula, google Vlad the Impaler and tell me that guy doesn't look like actor Vincent Gallo. "You up there. The one slowly and agonizingly sliding down the twelve foot pike that's been run up through your ass, what we're doing here is spanning time." And the dozen or so people that got that one, thank you. Now get off my lawn!! **Anne Hathaway gets naked in an awful lot of movies. In fact, she's all kinds of naked in her new movie. Frequent co-star Jake Gyllenhaal sure is a lucky man, cuz we all know how much he likes those big luscious boobies. What? What I say? **Foreigner was just all about older men with young girls with crazy Native American-like allusions to fire. It's like the story of Pocahontas as blared through the speakers of a custom van. **So, c'mon all you Ted Nugent fans. Time to ante up once and for all. Are you Wango or are you Tango? The world has a right to know. **Hayden Panettiere is with heavy weight champ Wladimir Klitschko. Makes a lot of sense. I get trying to rebel against your family and stir things up, but sweetheart, next time commit to that shit and go all the way. I'll let Kimbo Slice know to expect your call. ** Bonus popsicle stick joke of the day: What did the lawyer name his daughter? Sue.