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In this inaugural episode of Urban Annapolis Magazine Radio, listeners will learn more about UAM it's purpose and what it means to the community. Callers will also have the opportunity to ask questions and make comments on current events, policy and community activity.
Look forward to great community profiles, interview and special guests from Annapolis, Maryland!
This new episode will feature the following:
Information related to recent complaints about the Annapolis Police Department and racial profiling,
Community news that you should know,
City Council Meeting updates and upcoming meeting schedules
and much more. Questions? Comments? Something to share? Tune-in and let's hear it!
Tune-In to UAM Radio...One Annapolis, Your City, My City Our City
Your Urban Street Informer, giving you today's local hip-hop, fashion and entertainment live from the capital of the DMV...Annapolis. MD. . Hosted by Keep It Raw Entertainment's own Cell Spitfire & Tre' Da Kid. The show consist of exclusive interviews, independent Hip-Hop and R&B music, exclusive news and other urban topics. Follow us on twitter @RawRadio9738 Listen to the show LIVE on Thursdays at 10 by going to blogtalkradio.com/keepitraw or dial 646.721-9738
Any Artist interested in getting your music played on our show please send MP3's only to Keepitrawradio@gmail.com for further review.
An In-Depth discussion about education cuts being proposed in Annapolis, along with detailed budget details and possible tax/fee raises also being proposed! We shall speak with the Vice-Chair of the Baltimore City Council's Education Committee Carl Stokes, as well as other local and state legislators and community leaders & advocates! You DONT want to miss this SHOW!
Misha Zubarev returns to Movie Addict HQ for a discussion of his diverse filmmaking experience and to bring listeners up to date on the It Had To Be Us movie project. Denise Cassino, publisher of It Had To Be Us, joins in to introduce new readers to this award-winning romantic memoir by Harry and Elizabeth Lawrence. Film historian James Colt Harrison will co-host. Diana Saenger, founder of Classic Movie Guide, also plans to call in.
Misha Zubarev has worked in various capacities on such films as Shooter, Loneliness, Annapolis, Four Funny Families and Synedoche, New York. His film 18 and Out was chosen to be included in NBC's The Screening Room. He also directed an award-winning TV series titled "The Wisdom Tree" and was highlighted in MovieMaker Magazine. After reading It Had To Be Us, Zubarev became interested in adapting it for the screen. He completed the screenplay last year and plans to direct the film.
Denise Cassino heads up the Long Story Short Publishing Company and also offers impressive promotional services through her Wizardly Web Designs site. As the publisher of the Kindle version of It Had To Be Us, she organized a successful launch for the book four years ago, which led to a #1 ranking in an important Amazon category. She has now created an Anniversary Re-Launch, complete with the same bonus items from the original launch.
James Colt Harrison, a founding member of the San Diego Film Critics Society, has written a history of Hollywood studios and contributed film commentary to Classic Movie Guide, Review Express, The La Jolla Village News, Rage Monthly, No Cover Music Magazine and San Diego Metro Weekly..
Join me for the Alysha Live! Artist Spotlight as I shine the light on a gifted musician, innovative producer, singer, and self-taught drummer extraordinaire Carl C-Man Anderson. As a youth, C-MAN was one of the founding members of local Go-Go style band, OCCUPATION, and youth gospel group, UNIFIED. He has performed on over 15 recordings with various artists. Throughout his childhood, his budding talents allowed him to proudly travel beside his father, the late Evangelist, KENNNETH FREDERICK ANDERSON, SR., and the gospel quartet sensation the DYNAMIC TRAVELERS of Annapolis, MD (of which his father was a founding member). These experiences would later prove to be the foundation of who we now know to be the “solid drummer with the quick foot,” C-MAN. This journey has taken him all over the nation. Some of his gospel credits include: THE MIGHTY CLOUDS OF JOY, THE SOULSTERS, THE NIGHTINGALES and REGI McCLURKIN & PRAISE AGENDA.
Keep it Locked on the Alysha Live! Radio Show for the Best in Talk Radio!
This week Ian Wallach discusses exonoration. We will speak with Cynthia Orr -- one of the top criminal defense lawyers in the nation, ( co-chair elect to the Criminal Justice Section of the American Bar Association and recipient of this year's prestigious Robert Heeney award) about the process of exoneration, and the unexpected hurdles that can face an innocent person who has been wrongly convicted. And we also welcome Christopher Ochoa, an innocent man who was convicted of rape and murder and incarcerated for 11 years, and then was exonerated in 2011. His conviction was based on a coerced confession, and we will discuss what that is and how it takes place. You will also learn his surprising take on the Criminal Justice system. Ian Wallach also discusses the Joseph Lamont Walker trial in Annapolis, Maryland, the execution of Joseph R. Wood (the fourth botched execution of 2014), and the warrant in the Manassas sexting case.
On tonight's show:
Red Maryland's Choose Sugar campaign may be having an effect as Nanny Ken Ulman has revised the restrictions on sugary drinks at public events. Sort of. We'll discuss.
The Republican mayor of Annapolis has a great piece in the local paper showing how elected Republicans can bring fiscal responsibility to a deeply blue area like the city of Annapolis. An example of a winning message for Republicans in the most Democratic parts of the state.
Bringing an elected school board to Anne Arundel county has been a pet project of Red Maryland for years. Now a local candidate for the House of Delegates promises to fight for an elected school board if elected.
The Hogan for Governor campaign is making a push in Montgomery County. Can Hogan top the 40% threshold there? Does he need to do so to win? We'll discuss.
A celebration of the life of James Garner. Decorated war veteran, iconic actor and devoted Raiders fan, James Garner was a national treasure and will be missed. We'll play some clips from his best performances.
In honor of the Bicentennial of the War of 1812 and our Nation's birthday, World Footprints will travel the "Star-Spangled Banner" Trail by land and by sea through Maryland. Our first stop will be two historical sites in Baltimore--Ft. McHenry and the Star-Spangled Banner Flag House. Then we will explore Southern Maryland and travel to historic Jefferson Patterson Park and the Sotterley Plantation where we’ll learn about the two largest naval battles in Maryland’s history—the Battles of St. Leonard Creek. Finally, we will travel to Maryland’s capital in Annapolis to visit the U.S. Naval Academy for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Academy where we’ll learn about many artifacts from the War of 1812.
For more information about Maryland’s role in the War of 1812 visit www.StarSpangled200.org.
Jeff Antoniuk and The Jazz Update
Saxophonist Jeff Antoniuk is internationally respected as a jazz composer and musician. Now living in Annapolis, Maryland, the Canadian born artist appears on numerous recordings and has been consistently well received by critics.
With a master’s degree from the University of North Texas in jazz performance and West African ethnomusicology, Antoniuk spent a decade touring and recording with the Unified Jazz Ensemble. In 2004, he formed his own heavy hitting quartet, the Jazz Update.
The group celebrated the release of their first album together in 2007. Brimming with Antoniuk originals and luscious covers, the CD Here Today quickly climbed the jazz radio charts in the US and Canada and achieved stellar success in the world of high tech music sourced through high speed cable, Internet and broadband.
With the quartet’s 2010 album Brotherhood Antoniuk and company step out with fresh, memorable, and beautifully executed compositions. The progressive jazz disc delivers sophisticated and compelling rhythm, melody and harmony. Its global themes are brought home with depth and humor. Brotherhood began receiving significant airplay and advance sales even before the official release date.
Popular shows at Blues Alley, the Kennedy Center, the Smithsonian and U Street clubs show the Jazz Update to be equally adept at live performance. The group surprises and satisfies wherever they perform.
Women's solo Race Across America (RAAM) champion Janice Sheufelt joins us this evening for a discussion of her race experience! Janice has placed first racing The 508, Race Across Oregon, 2 Person Relay Race Across America and many more events and usually makes it look easy. RAAM 2014 through some previously unexperienced challenges her way but Janice overcame them all for a successful finish.
Race Across America is a 3,022 mile non-stop, coast to coast bicycle race. Janice started with the solo field Tuesday June 10 in Oceanside, CA and finished 11 days later in Annapolis, MD.
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