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What can we learn from a pedagogical approach that assumes intelligence? How is Dr. Wes working to create a space for deeper intellectual engagement on Black Renaissance TV? How is the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture setting the stage for a national conversation on education and the arts in its November 2014 tribute to Cultural Historian Albert Murray? Join us Friday, October 31, 2014, on Trading Fours and “get in on the Rhythm.”
11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific)
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What can the jazz process tell us about life: education, democracy, business, government, culture? Get in on the rhythm as Jackie Modeste, Ph.D. and Wesley J. Watkins, IV, Ph.D. trade fours on topics beyond the bandstand with special guests from around the globe. Dr. Modeste is an educator and founder of The Global Roundhouse, a boutique consulting firm that specializes in educational products. “Dr. Wes” is Founder of The Jazz & Democracy Project®
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Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014 is celebrated worldwide as #GivingTuesday, a day where charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world come together for the purpose of celebrating generosity and giving. Planet Restoration will do its part during our weekly "PR 13:20" show to celebrate giving by highlighting a few very special initiatives including Vancouver, BC's Project Blue Hands Society, Los Angeles' Playing For Change Foundation, and Washington, D.C.'s One Common Unity.
Also, our guest will be Wes Days, musical artist, teacher, and U.S. expat now residing in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil with his beautiful family. His life has taken him on a phenomenal journey to several countries around the world, including a 4-year journey on a school bus from Washington, D.C. to Costa Rica, with a community of artists and musicians. For several years, he's been engaged in peace and reconciliation initiatives, having worked with Seeds of Peace and One Common Unity, and is now making another evolutionary leap, soon moving from Salvador, Bahia to Rio de Janeiro, where he's continuing his life path and purpose of engaging communities via the arts and transformative culture, bringing the power of creative change where its needed most.
In the spirit of #GivingTuesday, we encourage people to visit Planet Restoration's online store at http://www.PlanetRestoration.info/#Store and purchase the #EraseEbola and #StandUPforAfrica t-shirts. Proceeds from these sales benefit the work of EmergencyUSA in their efforts to stop the spread of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
Trade Fours with us Friday, August 29, 2014, (11AMET/8AMPT) as we review recent shows. Topics will include: jazz education; transforming the learning environment; the tempo of learning; and community development through music. Call 347-989-8321 to join our conversation and "get in on the rhythm."
Download recent shows by clicking the links below:
Banjo musician Don Vappie
Vocalist Rhonda Benin
Bassist and Founder of Jazz Impact Dr. Michael Gold
Dr. Raphael Travis Jr.
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Tonight your host Bill Bachman interviews Wes Forsythe, the host of the internet radio show 'Paranormal Filler'. Wes is also a ghost hunter, paranormal researcher, and aspiring "light worker" and "spiritual warrior" from central Kentucky. As he researched phenomena he was encountering in the field, he started attracting the attention of psychics that told him he had certain "gifts" that he has only begun to explore. These revelations sparked a strong interest in the spiritual side of the field that he strives to balance with his technical knowledge. His passion in learning about the paranormal manifested into Paranormal Filler, a weekly internet radio show currently heard on multiple networks including LiveParanormal.com and Art Bell's Dark Matter Network and freely syndicated across the web. On the show he tries to have fun while encompassing a wide range of topics and viewpoints. His guests regularly include paranormal investigators, psychics, energy workers, authors, and celebrities.
To find out more about Wes Forsythe visit his website at www.ihuntghosts.com
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My Paranormal Experience- Hosted by Niki ParaUnNormal and Dave Spinks
Guest: Wes Forsythe
Weston Coppola Cage, AKA Wes Cage, is an actor and musician from Los Angeles. Weston released his first single “Tell Me Why (Matriarch of Misery)” off his debut solo albumPrehistoric Technology on September 22, 2014, with the album set to follow in January 2015. He has classified his sound as “Ghost Metal,” which Wes describes as a amalgamation of metal, industrial and symphonic/world elements. His lyrical content spans a broad horizon, which includes autobiographical content, vengeance, mysticism, spirituality and philosophy. Along with his music, Weston has been involved in several films recently, including Rage (previously titled Tokarev) and is currently filming Deet ‘n Bax Save the World: Part 1.
Weston first began his career in 2004, at the age of 13, as an actor in the film Lord of War and at 15 years old transition into music. In 2006 he began, and was the front man to, an underground black metal band, “Eyes of Noctum.” Cage released his first album with Grammy Award-winning producer Jack Douglas and top Swedish Metal producer Fredrik Nordstrom. The album, “Inceptum,” took off and was followed with an American tour.
How does empathy create communities? In what ways has jazz education changed over the decades? How are jazz and contemporary music similar/dissimilar? How does the Common Core impact the learning environment? On November 22, 2013, Drs Modeste & Wes reviewed smart conversations with Clarinetist Anat Cohen; Director of the New School's Jazz & Contemporary Music department, Martin Mueller; and Education Professor Yen Yen Woo. Join us today (11AM ET/8AM PT) as we revisit that eye-opening episode and "Get in on the rhythm."
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Join us tonight as we continue to track the "new normal" in world events and economic conditions. Oil continues to decline in price, NATO continues to put pressure on Russia, MSM still pumping propaganda and distraction while government alphabet agencies ramp up for increased civil unrest. Where is it all going? What can we do? Tune in and call in and help us find our way as we once again see how deep the rabbit hole goes!
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My Dear Friend Wes "Deep Throat" Crews died this weekend. Here is our last broadcast together. He was on FIRE!
We are beside ourselves here. Death always comes too soon.
Joins us tonight as we discuss the ongoing downward trend of many factors in our world today. With civil unrest continuing in many cities, and more cops not even going to trial for killing citizens, the populous is reaching a breaking point. The economy also continues to stall or fall with many moves being made by central banks and governments around the world. So, what does this mean for you and what can you do? We will also discuss some survival scenarios in a "what would you do" format.
We also want to thank all of our listeners for all of your support!! October was our best month ever with over 10,000 total listens!!! THANK YOU
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What’s the relationship between classroom and community learning? How can learning the licks of the jazz masters encourage creativity? On Friday, November 21, 2014, we’ll trade fours with Saxophonist & Educator Ronald Carter. Join our discussion about improvisation, jazz history, and learning through jazz and “Get in on the Rhythm.”
11AM Eastern (8AM Pacific)
WATCH Ronald Carter, re: Improvisation
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