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This week Robert Lloyd covers the outrageous story of the 'Peanuts' comic series and its creator Charles Schulz. How did this ever come about and what would propel someone to draw such simple caricatures? Robert will cover:
*Who really is Charles Schulz and where did he come from? (Hint: German ancestry)
*Did his high school yearbook committee really turn down his offer to help with the artwork? (Yep)
*Could such a mild mannered (or is he?) gentleman handle a 50. caliber machine gun in WW2?
*How did the Peanut series ever come about?
*Is Charlie Brown actually Charles Schulz in disguise?
*Who is 'the red-haired girl?'
*And who are the 'Royal Guardsmen?'
Have a great time learning of this talented White man. Contact Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzetta Perkins had the heart of a writer at a very young age. As a dreamer, writing was one of the avenues that allowed her to dream big and take her imagination beyond the boundaries of the four walls of her bedroom. She wrote many short stories, and in high school, she became the co-editor of her school's yearbook. Today, Suzetta has traveled many miles since her early days. She has been to more than twenty countries and has lived and/or visited just as many states in the U.S. She plans to write stories whose backdrops come from the experiences she's been fortunate enough to visit. To have traveled and experienced the world as she has is a story in itself. The mother of two grown children and one granddaughter, Suzetta finally realized her dream of writing a full-length novel. In 2000, she penned her first novel, Behind the Veil, a mainstream suspense novel that looks into the life a man whose greed and deceit nearly costs him his family, livelihood, and his life. Suzetta Perkins is also the author of A Love So Deep, Ex-Terminator: Life after Marriage, Déjà vu, Nobody Stays the Same, and At the End of the Day. She is also the cofounder and president of the Sistahs Book Club.
Lori Soard chats with authors over a casual cup of coffee (or tea!). In this episode, she talks to authors Barbara Hodges and Dr. Bob Rich. She also chats about the author yearbook. Visit coffeewithauthors.com for details on additional shows.
Please note that this is our first show and we had some technical difficulties. They have been ironed out and will not be present in future editions. You can also download a cleaner copy at coffeewithauthors.com.
Tonight on a highly illegal edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we're on the lam with a trio of tales designed to lower your I.Q. by no less than three points. We start with a behavioral specialist being accused of having sex with the family dog over the course of a month.
Next, we go on the run with a New Mexico man who faces multiple charges after police say he was having sex with a woman while driving drunk and crashed, ejecting the woman from the vehicle. He tried to drive away after the crash, but a witness grabbed his keys from the ignition. He also allegedly tried to hide from responding officers behind a cactus.
Finally, we get caught with our pants down with the high school student who faces a possible felony charge for changing a student's last name to "masturbate" in the yearbook. She could be charged with first-degree property damage, a felony, and harassment.
All this, and more tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
T.L. Tucker was born in Washington, DC. She resided in PG County all of her life. T.L. knew at a young age that writing was her passion inspiring in her senior yearbook to be a journalist. T.L. is single with two beautiful children, Sabrina and Reginald. In 2008 she released her first book, "Single & Saved in PG County," a self-help auto biography about dating, singleness, single parenting, and divorce. She has stepped out of the box with her new fictional novel Revenge Interrupted, setting a new standard for real literature. She has also produced and directed her first short film also titled, Revenge Interrupted based off of her novel. As an author and film maker her goal is to challenge society and plant the seeds of righteousness, integrity, and morals while entertaining them with her unique style of writing.
Mark Dixon came up with some great topics this week! Like Aaron's "Mary Jane" last week, this week we talk about the man who was "gay"? that was murdered, and the pregnant teen mom who had her picture denied with her son from the yearbook.
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Byron Hurt is the New York-based producer of the award-winning documentary and underground classic I Am A Man: Black Masculinity in America and Moving Memories: The Black Senior Video Yearbook. Hurt is a former Northeastern University football star and long-time gender violence prevention educator. For more than five years, he was the associate director and founding member of the Mentors in Violence Prevention program, the leading college-based rape and domestic violence prevention initiative for professional athletics. He is also the former associate director of the first gender violence prevention program in the United States Marine Corps.
Byron has lectured at more than 100 college campuses and trained thousands of young men and women on issues related to gender, race, sex, violence, music, and visual media. http://www.bhurt.com
Byron Hurt’s recent film, Soul Food Junkies explores the history and social significance of soul food to black cultural identity and its effect on African American health, good and bad. Soul Food Junkies premiered on the Independent Lens in January 2013. http://www.itvs.org/video/soul-food-junkies-trailer
Byron is currently working on Hazing: How Badly Do You Want In? documentary film. Hazing is the practice of rituals and other activities involving harassment, abuse or humiliation used as a way of initiating a person into a group.
Blogs and Social Networks with Stevie and Stephanie Haile aka Blogheiress and Wavecritter. All About My Yearbook's newest addition of the VIP Club! An Upgrade to My Yearbook that is going ballistic :) Earn Lunch Money Quicker, Get More Stuff, More Friends, Many Props, and Sneak Peeks into New Happenings at My Yearbook First! Listen in! All shows are recorded to listen in anytime!
Interview with the CEO of Lifepages.com Michael Riorden, Online Yearbook Internet Marketing Strategy
Listen in as I interview the CEO of Life Pages.com, Michael Riorden. Michael founded Life Pages.com, a new website allowing high schools and colleges to post their yearbooks online. Users to the website will be able to collaborate directly with classmate. Life Pages.com has many unique features that Michael will discuss. If you are a yearbook advisor or run a business in general, this is a must listen. You will find out how Michael has taken an idea and made it a reality.
Eric, owner of Kleiman Enterprises, LLC dba Eric Kleiman Photography has been a professional photographer for more than 30 years getting his early start in photography on the yearbook staff in high school and documenting US Marine Recruits at Parris Island, SC as one of his first high school assignments Mr. Sadler started his career in dental group management as a partner is Clay Sadler Associates (CSA), a practice management company that built and managed dental practices
The Best Ever You Show is proud to welcome Rachel Wyatt - Miss America's Outstanding Teen! On Saturday, August 18, 2012, Miss South Carolina's Outstanding Teen 2012, Rachel Wyatt, became the eighth Miss America's Outstanding Teen. Wyatt won more than $25,000 in college scholarships and the title of Miss America's Outstanding Teen 2013. Rachel is a senior at Wren High School and serves as the President of her class, yearbook editor and member of the National Honor Society. In ad