• 00:15

    World Hypnotism Day - Hypnotism IN popular culture

    in Business

    Welcome to World Hypnotism day! January 4th every year is celebrated by hypnotists around the globe --really. Todays program is about how hypnosis is seen in the movies and through an entertainment lens. "Trance" is a great example. Listen and learn what is real and what is not.

  • 01:25

    Conversations with John Kuhry, Sr.

    in Religion

    An exciting and hard-hitting show with host writer/speaker, John M. Kuhry, Sr. in discussions of very relevant topics deemed “too hot” to be mentioned in today’s pulpits due to the political correctness of our popular culture. The show will feature discussions on the Roman Catholic Faith and provide call-in opportunities for questions and commentary.


    John is a retired CEO of multiple companies, lives in Omaha, Nebraska with his wife of 50 years, is a father of 4 children, a grandfather of 9, and a great grandfather of 3. He’s also a golfer, author and keynote speaker. John is a registered Republican, an authentic Roman Catholic, and detests modern politics.


    John has written several books and recorded numerous talks available from his home page at www.johnmkuhry.com. Tune in Sunday nights at 8:30 pm ET.

  • 00:05

    Culture of Truth: Tolerance

    in Current Events

    Political satire from Culture of Truth, who notes the most ridiculous moments of the Sunday morning political talk shows. Read his Bobblespeak Translations for March 29. Digby and Joan McCarter responded on VS Sundays. Listen here.

  • 00:29

    Why those who think they look good don’t and those that don’t do

    in Religion

    Has anyone, besides me, ever wondered why those we are told are so beautiful are often times not and those who we are told are not often times are?  Remember that popular girl or boy in high school who seemed to get all of the breaks and attention and everyone wanted to be seen with only to finally get a chance to hang out with them and learn that there was nothing really there.  Quite disappointing wasn’t it especially if you sacrificed truly good friends to get the opportunity to rub elbows with them.


     


    How about that unpopular girl or boy that everyone advised you to stay away from and even though you wanted to heed their advice, you slip one day and actually have a conversation with them.  It was then you learned that all you had heard about them was wrong and that there was so much more there, it would take you a life time to learn.  Each day was exciting to be around them and each day came with a lifelong lesson attached.  You enjoyed being in their presence so much that it even made you a better person to be around them.

  • 00:46

    PART 2 INDIGENOUS CULTURE

    in Self Help

    WE WILL CMPLETE THE CULTURE BUILD

  • 00:53

    The BCS Experience

    in Education

    Really Cool People...all across the country will be tuning-in to "The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review & Discussion" – live – every Wednesday – 5-6 pm (EST) on www.goproradio.com.

  • 01:00

    Arts Culture Beat: Actor Reg E. Cathey

    in News

    Join us for a lively conversation with wide-ranging actor Reg E. Cathey. Best known for his for his roles as Norman Wilson (right-hand-man to Mayor Carcetti) in The Wire, Freddy Hayes (of Freddy's BBQ) in House of Cards, and Martin Querns in Oz, Cathey also has a rich career on stage, recently starring as Prospero in a production of Shakespeare's The Tempest. Cathey has also been a core participant in the Theater of War project, which presents staged readings of anciet Greek tragedies for audiences of service members and civilians as a way of opening up issues related to the experience of war. He talks to ArtsCultureBeat's Miriam Hall and Sara Elkamel about acting for stage, screen, and soldiers.


    Arts Culture Beat is the web magazine of the Arts & Culture MA Seminar at Columbia Journalism School.

  • The DCPP 5th Anniversary! A Special Conversation with Poet Kim B. Miller

    in Entertainment

    The DC Poetry Project will be celebrating its Fifth Anniversary on Saturday, April 11, 2015 at Eatonville Restaurant in Washington, DC. The special guest at the event will be acclaimed spoken word poet Kim B. Miller!  Tonight, Ms. Miller joins us to share some of her poetry and talk about her upcoming performance at the Fifth Anniversary Event. An open mic poetry session will follow the conversation.


    Kim B. Miller: 


    Parent Advocate, Spoken Word Poet, Author, Internet Radio Show Host, Mom, Wife


    Kim is a native New Yorker, born in Brooklyn. She is an author, facilitator, internet radio show host and a spoken word artist.  She's passionate about helping moms and dads parent together, even if they are in pain themselves. She's been featured on WLIB, KD Bowe Morning Show with Denise Hill, giving advice and guidance to callers with questions on parenting. She facilitated workshops and was part of an author's panel at Hueman Bookstore in Harlem, NY.


    This spoken word artist loves writing and spittin. She wants you to feel her heart in each piece. She has been the featured poet in several venues, churches and programs in VA, MD, DC and NY. She has also performed in an off-Broadway production.  


    http://kimbmiller.com


    http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-dc-poetry-projects-5th-anniversary-special-event-poets-on-fire-tickets-15968327698

  • 01:30

    CREATIVELY SPEAKING (TM) On Air #MichelleMaterre 323.927.2913

    in Film

    Michelle Materre and Alexandra Nichole Salazar


    Michell is a Professor At The New School, Media Relations. Founder, CEO and Curator Of “Creatively Speaking Film Series” that has brought the most exciting, innovative and creative new film makers and their films for the past nineteen years to the Greater New York City area. She is the first independent Black film distributor in America. Her commitment to presenting and preserving the Black Film genre is unbending and relentless. 


    Alexandra is a Senior at the New School, Women's Studies and Michelle’s assistant 

  • 00:30

    U-N-I-T-Y!!! Bringing Unity back to the Black Community.

    in Culture

    Throughout the years unity within the black community continues to be a bone of contention. Once desegregation took place, and integration was in full effect, unity among the black community has continued to erode. Whether it’s in inner cities consisting of violence and the like, or black folks leaving for suburban living. The lack of togetherness and community has caused great harm for African Americans. Let’s discuss how to bring the U-N-I-T-Y back! Solution based radio!!

  • 01:23

    the Conversation: legendary Lenny Williams

    in Self Help

    It's time for "the Conversation" hosted by Klarque Garrison and Michele Gilliam-Morrissey. Today's we've got a Super fantastic show lined up for you. Our guests are:


    Lenny Williams- the Legendary crooner Mr. Lenny Williams is back to talk about his newest musical project and more!


    Willie Stewart- the founder of the very popular magazine "Trendsetters" joins us to talk about her media World


    Nansey Sinclaire- Our favorite Canadian is back and this time we're chatting about her collaboration with the book "the Change"...


    All this and more!


     

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