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Let me introduce you Dr James W Wilkie, UCLA Professor of History. Author, and Researcher, Wilkie has written over 30 books on Mexico and United States Relations before and after the Cold War. Is Che Guevarra Dead? Dr Wilkie is President of PROFMEX, CONSORTIUM FOR RESEARCH ON MEXICO, and you can access the books online at: http://www.profmex.com You can call in: 646 652-2924.
Josh Wendell joins me tonight to discuss his upcoming book and Kickstarter Project, "Redemption: Oath and Honor." Josh is a marine who served our nation from 1992-1998. He is now using a pen to further that service. "Oath and Honor" is the first of three fictional novels in a series entitled "Redemption" that depicts the horrific events leading to the appearance of antichrist upon the earth. Unique interpretations of Scripture and other prophecies are used to make a highly compelling argument that America was predicted to exist in Revelation, was founded on a Covenant with God to in essence become New Jerusalem, and that now the Covenant has been broken, making America the New Babylon. We'll discuss coming events, current events through a prophetic scope and many other topics with a bit of conspiracy thrown in!
Josh could use our help to get this book off the ground. Please consider throwing a few bucks this way: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1480420476/redemption-oath-and-honor
Romance novelist Bernadette Walsh interviews Sarah Wendell, co-founder of the famous romance review site, SMART BITCHES, TRASHY BOOKS. Sarah is also the author of EVERYTHING I KNOW ABOUT LOVE, I LEARNED FROM ROMANCE NOVELS. Sarah's articles have appeared in several newspapers including The Washington Post and USA Today.
Join us tonight as we discuss ObamaCare (aka The Affordable Care Act), and other healthcare policy issues with distinguished guests Wendell Potter (Author, "DEADLY SPIN: An Insurance Company Insider Speaks Out on How Corporate PR Is Killing Health Care and Deceiving Americans") and Rick Ungar (Political pundit and Forbes.com contributor). Survivor spotlight on young adult colon cancer survivor Alma Hachey.
Learning to live thru the “drama”: Theatre and Life of Christian Phillips- The Actor. The Artist. The Creative Visionary. The man…
We explore life tragedies and comedies, drama and joys featuring a raw interview and in-depth with Chrisitan Phillips, a highly awarded artist in both his acting and directing. Christian comes from a legendary theatre family also highly revered and awarded, mother- Jean Shelton and father-Wendell Phillips. He is co-founder & Artistic Director of Actors Theatre of San Francisco and an esteemed Acting Teacher. His teaching style is an incredible experience to his students as he hmself was a highly studied actor, having worked w/ the finest teachers of the American Theatre, Stella Adler and of course his own father and mother, Wendell Phillips and Jean Shelton. He has performed periodically on film, radio and television with many awards to speak for his talents. The Bay Area is fortunate with Chris's dedication to honoring and supporting the enhancement of Theatre to the SF Bay Area where many have benefitted as an audience, student, cast and theatre company member to Chris's many roles, productions & classes.
Maggie de Vera, his former student, lead actress in his directed "Rose Tattoo" theatre production & great fan, she explores his trials & tribulations thru his lifetime and experiences in his profession. "Chris is raw, filled w/ intensity & depth that can't help but draw people in"...
This will be an incredible show. Tune in!!
For more info on Christian Phillip's & ATSF, visit www.actorstheatresf.org/
All shows are archived and can be listened to anytime, visit: www.blogtalkradio.com/maggiedevera
The Truf Bros. are back with the 3rd installment of our controversial series "Venus vs Mars". Are men and women really that incompatible? Are gender roles still relevant and needed? Or has all that went out the window with the new woman's movement? Tune in Monday June 3rd as we get into this and many more topics as we "go there" with one of our favorite series Venus vs Mars, with our special guest, Truf Bros. Listener, Wendell Weaver.
Don't Follow Angelina Jolie's example. Here is Why. Irene Boscoe on Angelina Jolie's decision to have a double mastectomy. Is It Self-Mutilation? Jolie has not heard of changing your diet yet? Brad Pitt is due for a double castration, next. What are antioxidants and how these protect your DNA. Eat more vegetables and fruits! http://drolgasharesfruitplus.com
Dialogue with Irene Boscoe. Health Coach.
Second topics we are covering is a course in History on Latin America, Introduced by Professor James W Wilkie. Contact Dr Olga; firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for an interview with teenage author Micaela Wendell. She discusses her passion for writing and reaching a young audience of fantasy lovers with her first book The Branding. And guess who her audiobook narrator is? None other than NEWD station manager Tiffani Knowles.
Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles and So Hai Culture editor Crystal Dundas gab for an hour about trends, music, faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.
Fela, the musical is coming to town, Oakland, to be exact, June 4-9. Today we speak to Melanie Marshall, who is wonderful in her depiction of "Funmilayo," Fela Kuti's mother. Ann Chinn joins us once again to update us on The Middle Passage Ceremonies and Port Markers Project which is hosting an ancestral remembrance ceremony in Yorktown, VA on Memorial Day, May 27, 2013 8:00-9:30am on the waterfront. During this event the first marker associated with its efforts to mark Middle Passage arrival ports in the US will be unveiled. The organization is formally honoring and remembering more than 31,500 Africans who arrived in the York River District between 1698-1771 and the contributions of their descendants in creating this nation. We also are honoring the approximately 4,000 Africans who perished during these ocean voyages to the York River. Steven Anthony Jones, artistic director of Lorraine Hansberry Theatre in San Francisco, joins us to discuss the 1-Voice 1-Play 1-Day 1 Fundraiser for 27 black theatres nationwide & Port Elizabeth, South Africa, June 17. In this year's reading of A Soldier's Play by Charles Fuller, Jones is National Artistic Director, and appears in his original role as Private James Wilkie. Visit lht-sf.org We close with a conversation with artist and visionary Mario Chiodo, whose historic monument Remember Them: Champions for Humanity, depicting 25 civil rights activists like Rosa Parks & Cesar Chavez, peacemakers like Martin Luther King Jr. and revolutionaries like Ruby Bridges. Its official unveling is next Friday, May 31, 2013, 3 p.m. at the Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Park (19th Street and Rashidah Muhammad). Special guests at the event include the local honorees depicted in the sculpture along with Ambassador Shabazz, Ms. Juliana Roosevelt and Ms. Ruby Bridges. Visit http://oaklandwiki.org/Remember_Them%3A_Champions_For_Humanity_Monument
Wednesday May 1, 2013 6pm PST They say it takes a village to raise a child and now we get to see exactly that. Wendell James, co-stars alongside friend, actress and comedienne Kym Whitley as part of her “village” on the hit new show “Raising Whitley” part of OWN Oprah Winfrey Network. IN THE MIX talks with him about the new show, Whitley and what it felt like knowing 2.1 million viewers watched the premiere show. IN THE MIX web radio is sponsored by: GEN’S GUILTLESS GOURMET: Healthier for the planet, healthier for you! www.gensguiltlessgourmet.com Please leave your comments. We'd love to know what you think about our shows.