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What do virtual reality and gaming have to do with Parkinson’s disease? In this show, Dr. Nathan B. Herz, a professor of occupational therapy at Georgia Health Sciences University, discusses gaming technologies that potentially can slow the progression of symptoms and increase function in individuals with Parkinson’s disease. For nearly a decade, Dr. Herz has conducted research using the Wii Gaming System with clients diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the GHSU Movement Disorders Program, a National Parkinson Foundation Center of Excellence.
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Welcome to episode 14 of We Game. Tonight we're going to be hearing a lot about the scoring aspect in a lot of reviews out there. You might give us a 2.3 or a 5 star review, but you could also call in and share your thoughts and insight as to how games are rated, reviewed and seen by those that haven't even played them yet. Join us!
This year's New York Comic Con was both exhilerating and exhausting, nevertheless we aim to talk about that event and more for this week's broadcast. Welcome to our Mid Week in Review show airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm eastern. Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they address the following issues: More NFL shenanigans! Dallas Cowboy's Joseph Randle vs actress, Winona Ryder in dualing shoplifting crimes; advances in regenerative medicine may help you if you lose your "membership" in maleness; MINSTREL ALERT! Vh-1 premieres the best in coon entertainment, courtesy of Tiny and Shekinah's Weave Trip. No one caused a ruckus after Girlfriend Intervention, huh?; Dburt finally gets a chance to check out the Denzel Washington thriller, The Equalizer; The Root highlights a White American Studies' project entitled The Whiteness Project; anti-minority remarks made by Lucas Oil founder, Charlotte Lucas should remind us of the need to create minority owned businesses; YourBlackWorld.net highlights the story of a popular website that "stolen" from its original owners; the latest saga in the US ebola crisis and lastly, do the problems with The Source magazaine and BET's Hip Hop Awards provide even more evidence that Hip Hop is dead? Call live at 646-915-9620.
"Do you know what is the greatest gift anyone can receive in his lifetime? The greatest gift we can receive is to have the chance, just once in our lives, to make a difference. Do you understand how many times you made a difference? Enough for a hundred lifetimes." - Doctor Strange speaking to Peter Parker.
It's time to keep things straight with no chaser, loyal citizens! Welcome to The GrindHouse broadcast of Afronerd Radio airing this Saturday at 6pm. Join Dburt, Daryll B. and Captain Kirk as they wax and unpack on the varied and current pop culture, socio-political and scientific issues of the day. The topics up for grabs this week are: sci-fi/horror author, Chad Hunter stops by to discuss his latest literary effort, The Monster Man; more impressions on last week's highly popular NY Comic Con; just what is #Gamergate and why are women's gaming issues at the "eye" of this digital storm? Isn't there a racial problem in video gaming as well?; DC/Warner announced no less than 10 films slated for release up to 2020 (and if Marvel is included, that 40 movies potentially slated for release); our thoughts on Birdman director, Alejandro Gonzalez' assertion that the superhero movies are tantamount to "cultural genocide"; picking up from last week's show regarding the Whiteness project and actress Viola Davis raises eyebrows during the last scene of the latest episode of How to Get Away With Murder. Call live at 646-915-9620.
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Join Steve and Chris Levitan as they discuss all the comic TV happenings and other news pertaining to Marvel and DC.
Episode two of the new season of The Walking Dead has survivors back on the road. We talk about the episode.
The Geeks complaint about the quality of NFL Football games.
We talked about students who assult teachers and why this is becoming more common.
There were a number of conversation in the after show... just passed the 60 min mark.
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Thomas J. Churchill is a multi-award winning writer,producer,director, and radio host who founded Church Hill Productions. Born in Brooklyn, New York on his Mothers birthday, Churchill would test his skills once again with another version of The War Master. This time a bit bigger, a tighter script. This time he spent more money than he ever spent on the so-called neighborhood films. A System Devoured aka Devoured put Churchill through the test of being creative. Even though there was a budget, it was very, very low. Again a personal challenge to test his own skill at writing, producing, directing, acting and even editing...Churchill completed something he set out to do. A System Devoured was entered in the New York City Independent International Film Festival and won Best video in 1999.It's the film credits that he has building recently that he considers his beginnings...Films that include the 2 time Award winning Retro-Film Noir Zombie epic-Lazarus:Day of the Living Dead (Best Horror Film at The New York City International Film Festival), the 6-time award festival winning horror film The Emerging Past Director's Cut, produced and played The Sheriff in a small film called Mr. Hush.Thomas was seen by millions on the SyFy Network's "Monster Man" a reality show, which showcased an episode of the director. The episode was #2 titled- The Forbidden Werewolf. The Forbidden Werewolf focused on the behind the creature effects for the promo trailer for Churchill's werewolf project, "Hallow Pointe". The film is currently in the development stages. The Monster Man show is currently now running in some South America countries and throughout the world.Churchill would team up again with Roy Knyrim and his SOTA FX company to handle the effects for Lazarus: D Churchill and Roy Knyrim and SOTA FX will be teaming up yet again, with Marilyn: Zombie Hunter.
We are keeping it freeform tonight. @julito77 is solo and he will talk about some of the top stories this week at LatinoRebels.com:
#RespectheÑ: a topic we have talked about for years hit the critical mass point this week with articles in Mic and PRI.
We will also talk about how one Buckeye, Arizona police officer threatened to kill an immigrant man over a traffic stop.
We were also in San Francisco this week to see how youth from The Mission took their fight to City Hall and won.
Then there is a #FergusonOctober piece we published this weekend as well as racist graffiti at UMass Amherst.
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