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  • 02:07

    Shotgun Poetry with Wolfgang Carstens

    in Writing

    The infamous "shotgun poetry" reading series returns with a vengeance in its sixth season as Wolfgang Carstens welcomes Frank Reardon, Rob Plath and Lawrence Gladeview to the program.  
    Blood will be squeezed from the alphabet.
    Tune in "shotgun poetry" on the third Tuesday of every month.  
    Leave us a comment at http://inthesoup.blog.com/shotgun-poetry-series/.

  • 01:07


    in Lifestyle

     'Where the light is brightest, the shadows are deepest'- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

    In his day, Goethe's thought about the work of that other genius, Issac Newton and some of it made him angry.  It was because of the assumptions that were suggested by Newton, particularly the conviction that this was the defining, absolute science. In a way, this was saying  there was no other 'plan B'. Goethe made this clearer for us by saying Newtons work  denied shadows power. He went on to illustrate this in a story of a giant with no power whose shadow had great power. The giant was Newton of course.  It would be immodest of me to suggest it was genius reacting to genius so read it for yourself and decide. 

    Genius often reveals what we  understand without knowing how we know it.  Similarly, do we know how radical ideas created Freemasonry?  We know the Hiram allegory was the product of careful observation and contemplation from a time when quoting the ideas of someone else was more highly valued that original thought.   We know the foundation of thought came well before governance and organization.  We know also, that it reflects the stages of cultural and intellectual change. History teaches us about  The Age of Enlightenment, The Reformation, and the Renaissance. As we study freemasonry, we begin to understand in time past, when orthodoxy was a matter of life or death, it was best for men to kept liberal thoughts underground.   We  trace the It was produced by serious thought and had a purpose for man. There were always men thinking beyond the control of church and state. Adherence to church doctrine  and swearing fidelity to the King was a sensible way to live. It took us many generations to carry on the right to probe darkness.


  • 02:01

    Baron's Crypt

    in Film

    79th show, of Horror Movie Discussions, complete with Remembering Those That Past & Contribute to the Horror Genre, my pick for the Horror Icon of the Week - Sarah French. Noting the last news, the Anniversary of Terror Train! The Spirit of the Week.

    Guest: at 730 Craig Everett Earl - Producer and Writer of Intrusion

    This first in a 5-week of Horror Locales to visit.

    The Latest horror movie releases, the horror history and lots more!

    Plus Music from Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein!


  • 00:46

    Episode 4: Brian Duncan from Down to Earth Wine Concepts

    in Business

    Brian Duncan knows quite a few things about creating culture. He is the founder and winemaker for the BIN 36 wine brand for over 14 years. From 1999 to 2013 he was the partner and wine director for the BIB 36 Restaurant Group. Brian was on the cutting edge in the development of the wine bar concept. When I worked in Chicago for Wolfgang Puck, BIN 36 was my frequent hangout. To listen to Brian talk about wine is almost hypnotic. He shares the same passion for making wine as it does in motivating and developing high-performance teams.

  • 02:02

    Baron's Crypt

    in Film

    78th Show! Tonight's show informs the horror genre fans of the latest films, news, remake Shocks! Discussing The Green Inferno! The honoring of the Horror Icon the Week - Elissa Dowling! News about the Horror Convention Bizarre AC - October 16 to 18 - Atlantic City! Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein tours passes the sinister gates of this fest on October 16th!

    Also the remembeing those who pass and contribute to the Horror Genre! Spirit of the Week! Halloween news!

    Fests, Free Horror, Events, Zombie Mud Runs, Shout Outs - did you make the list?

    Upcoming shows and guest news!

  • 02:01

    Baron's Crypt

    in Film

    Show #77, A Horror Discussion show, reigning supreme for the horror fans, delivering in-depth information on those that past and honoring the Horror Icon of the Week: Jason Blum! In addition music from Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein. News of upcoming guests! The Fan Favorite Spirit of the Week - Info for the Horror Collectors.

    Horror History review!

    A Fan of the show, gives feedback!

    Latest Horror Releases and Upcoming Special Shows!

    Events Galore!

  • 00:28

    "I used to drive a BMW, now I get around in a wheelchair."

    in Self Help

    Join Christy Demetrakis and her special guest Wolfgang Wolf for  "I used to drive a BMW, now I get around in a wheelchair."  Tuesday, September 15th at  6:30pm EST.


    About Wolfgang Wolf:

    Wolfgang Wolf was born in 1951 in Leipzig, GDR, he was taken by his parents to West Germany (FRG) at the age of 10 months because his father was sentenced to 18 years in Siberia for an alleged assassination attempt on the Russian dictator Joseph Stalin.       
    He grew up in a refugee camp near Stuttgart until 1957. Having studied Visual Communication, Semiotics and Communication Theory , Wolfgang went on to work in Advertising and Direct Marketing (first as graphic designer, later a copywriter).  In 1980 he emigrated to New Zealand, travelled up and down the country, photographed a lot, co-founded Ogilvy & Mather Direct, and was their Creative Director. He worked half a year in Los Angeles, USA, and founded his own agency in Auckland, New Zealand, in 1985. 

    Then in 1990 he had a major stroke, which he barely survived. It left him in a wheelchair, unable to write, barely able to stand, and talk. He did not give up and feel sorry for himself, but went on to orchestrate this change to his new life, and take control of it. While he recovered and adjusted to life in a wheelchair he wrote the book "I’m not stupid, just disabled", which is out of print now, but a revised, version based on it is available on Amazon/Kindle.

  • 02:01

    Baron's Crypt

    in Film

    75th Show! Wow, Hard to believe! This week, a special tribute the passing of the horror legend Wex Craven, and then more info on Bizarre AC III on October 16 to 18, Atlantic City! And Now on show, presenting the music of Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein his tours passes through the Bizarre AC!

    News on Halloween events, New Releases, Horror History, Indiegogo & Kickstarter, also a few other little things, WHAT? tune in....

    Also the guest tonight, a fan of the show and the horror genre , mainly old school - Christopher, and why not, I welcome horror fans, and stand up for them often. 

    Updates on future shows and guests!

  • 02:01

    Shredding Metal Beasts

    in Film

    56th Metal Show! Bringing the metal to you with vengeance brutal intense! In tonight's we honor the passing of Horror Legend Wes Craven - by leading the show off with Thrash Metal Band - Prowler's "Knives for Fingers" and also featuring music of Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein, who is kicking off part 2 of his town, and visiting Bizarre AC III Horror Convention, in Atlantic City NJ!

    The Show has the Heavy Metal, Punk, Gothic Metal, Doom to Death Metal, and of course Black Metal.

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    in Poetry


  • 00:59

    HSN fitness dude Tony Little says There's Always A Way! INTERVIEW

    in Fitness

    Today’s Guest: Tony Little, HSN fitness and exercise guru, author of There’s Always A Way.

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