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Gallery Night & Day at Ayzha Fine Arts
One of America's oldest black neighborhoods through the lens of Milwaukee photographer Craig Felix.
New genocide paintings by leading Milwaukee artist Patricia Obletz.
Fresh new work by young sensation Jill Schweiss.
Provactive "Sleeping Beauty" installation by DalaMar
Maritime display by Maggie Sasso
Performance by Terrell Lewis & Berdnia Howard
New fashion display Of HOUSE OF VALENTINO & ROIAL laxary goods by Vegas
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and much more so tune in and have fun with us as we broadcast live from gallery night and intverview some talents on the Cushy seat
On Monday April 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join us on The Fine Art of Paleontology as New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the stalked echinoderms in the fossil record. Crinoids, cystoids and blastoids are very common is some deposits. Only the crinoids are still living today, both the blastoids and cystoids are extinct. So many fascinatings things are now extinct. This will be a fascinating discussion please tune in.
Countermeasures to EMF and Other Biohazards
Special Guest Dr. Elizabeth Plourde
Dr. Elizabeth Plourde (www.emffreedom.com and www.sunscreensbiohazard.com) is a licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientist, a North American Menopause Society Certified Menopause Practitioner, who has spent 30 years as a medical researcher providing her knowledge to the world as a health educator, and Internationally known author whose books EMF Freedom: Solutions for the 21st Century Pollution and Sunscreens Biohazard: Treat as Hazardous Waste reveal how to reduce the health impact of wireless devices and alternatives to the sunscreens that can lead to the skin cancers they were intended to prevent.
The cell phones and Wi-Fi we are now surrounded by create a variety of symptoms including headaches, insomnia, itchy skin rashes, dizziness, nausea, and heart palpitations. Essential for everyone to learn, Dr. Plourde offers simple solutions for cell phone and Wi-Fi radiation survival in today’s electrified world, as well as commonly available inexpensive items that provide safer sun exposure.
This Saturday, Lost Arts Radio listeners can tune-in to an unscripted conversation between women’s health and EMF expert Dr. Elizabeth Plourde and Lost Arts Radio host Richard Sacks on Dr. Plourde’s experience researching answers to the EMF health threat and her suggestions to all of us who live with it daily.
Lost Arts Radio invites you to join us for our free health-related educational broadcasts every week. We want to acknowledge and understand the threats we face, while keeping our energy strong, and then come together with positive solutions that can work for you.
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Tonight David goes one on one with Dominique OGrady The Man You Love to hate.
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Join the Queens in the playhouse, as we Turn up with Authoress Carolyn B. for her special day. She wants a bag of money; cause she is fine like a bag of money. Let's make it rain, as we show up, and show out with Authoress Carolyn B. We're going to party like it's 1999, and you don't want to miss the bus.
Justice Clarke Live @ 4th & Baker: On The Sound Board - Interview with Joe DaVerbal Minddancer and Brett Riplak
Short bio about Joe DaVerbal Minddancer:
I am Joe DaVerbal Minddancer. I've always had a way with words just never thought about writing them down. The arts were and still are my passion. So why now, why do I write poetry. I was a bit shy in my youth and very quiet, not one to express my thoughts. Being able to "Rap" (as we called it) was key. My natural shyness had me at a disadvantage. I would sit for hours browsing the world book encyclopedia searching for nothing, seieing everything. The birth of eclectic thinking. My speech was filled with one liners blessed with a quick wit and an eye for detail I used my verbal prowess to conquer love. Yet writing, never took the forefront. I found my way onlne in 2005, years after many before me and 5 years after that I wrote my first poem online.
Short bio about Brett Riplak:
Riplak is an emcee based out of Iowa. The meaning of the name is Rest In Peace Lynn Ann Kremer, in memory of his mother who passed away when he was 12. Lynn's life was taken by her best friend's 22, in cold blood. Riplak was very close to her. After she passed his friends left as well. Family was there but he still felt alone at this time. He began writing to deal with what was trapped in his head. The violent thoughts would come out on paper in attempts to stop himself from acting them out. He began singing/screaming in hardcore bands in high school. The bands never seemed to stay together.
The years went by and Riplak began meeting many people all over the U.S. Travelling to do shows almost every weekend. Making an impact on people with his personal rhymes. Music is the number one love of his life and it shows.
TPN Radio Presents the Metaphysical Monday Show with Rev. Tanya Tarail.
Rev. Tanya Tarail, PT, CranioSacral Therapy certificate, Visceral Manipulation certificate, and founder of Metaphysical Bodywork.
“I began my healing work at a young age when I realized I could heal the animals on my family’s farm. Early on, I knew that this was the way I would serve the world. At seventeen I started massage school, followed by obtaining a B.S. in Physical Therapy from Hunter College, and I have been on this path ever since.
I have also share my gifts through teaching: Anatomy at The IM school of Healing Arts , have taught massage and have lead Craniosacral Therapy and and Visceral Manipulation study-groups as well, and have extensive experience guiding other teachers and healers.
I am also an ordained minister by the Church of Gabriel.”
Each week, Tanya gives callers mini Medical Intuitive readings, discusses therapies for the human body, and answers question about the Healer’s path, the spiritual path and the paranormal.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Pop Singer MERCY to the Show!
Mercy is the moniker Anna Abbott, a young singer/songwriter known crafting pop music with a darker beautiful edge. With a deep passion for music and the arts inherited from her father, Abbott has been writing and performing music since she was six years old. At the age of twelve, she began studying opera and trained in it for several years, including a program at NYU. With a love for both opera and pop music, Abbott chose to pursue her interest in darker pop music. She cites heavy influences from artists such as Lana Del Rey, Banks, Lady Gaga and Bon Iver. With a relentless work ethic, Abott’s music addresses big questions and central themes such as love, life and loss. Performing as Mercy, Abbott has performed several times at venues like Attic State Social House and The House of Blues.
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In the "Well, we're here" edition, there is more talk about the 2015 Mets. This podcast has long been concerned with Carlos Gomez, and Jeffrey is interested again. Greg does not entirely understand what consitutes an extreme pro wrestling stipulation, but that can be forgiven we guess. We also stil don't know if the Mets are good, but the attitude towards this season versus "building a sustainable winner" may have to start changing. Oh, and Jeffrey went to Manchester, NH and watched some bad Double-A baseball in the freezing cold. There was good coffee though. We also answer your e-mails and things get a little dark, but they perk up for your weekly IFK Gotenborg update.
Join us this week as we celebrate the poetry of Chloe Johnson, Sarah West, Nate Rodriquez and Emily Childers. All of these young Christians were recognized at the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council poetry contest. Then Chloe's Mom Coach Katie Johnson joins us to talk about Cross Lutheran Tennis.
Also March of Dimes Executive Director KJ Feder and Natural Bridge Caverns Ambassador Family, Kevin and Mindee Engler join us to talk about the March for Babies at Natural Bridge Caverns.