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Host David J. Diamond welcomes colleagues, Roberta Levitow (Co-founder and Director of Theatre Without Borders) and Frank Hentschker (Executive Director of The Segal Center) to discuss issues of Artists Working Internationally. At the imminent launch of the Cultural Mobility Funding Guide for the U.S., we will discuss resources, challenges and strategies for artists who wish to travel to other countries to work in the theatre, do residencies, study and present work.
The colleagues, along with Marie Le Sourd of On the Move and others, have created the first Funding Guide of this kind in the United States. On January 7th, they present a full-day Symposium at the Segal Center in New York City to launch the Guide and grapple with the challenges faced by artists working internationally. With over 250 artists, administrators, funders and supporters from around the world, they will discuss issues ranging from visa and legal issues to arts-human rights work.
Listen in to learn valuable information from these extraordinary practitioners. Call in with your questions, share information and be part of the conversation about this important topic.
David J. Diamond is a director, career coach, activist-artist and professor. He was recently certified as an Advanced Transformative Coach and was awarded for his Community Service by Theatre of the Oppressed New York City. He currently teaches or guest lectures at Columbia University, Yale School of Drama, DePaul University, University of Memphis and others. He is a US Delegate to the International Theatre Institute and a Fulbright Specialist is Theatre. More information: www.davidjdiamond.com
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Linda is a powerful women of God with many talents and uses them to glorify God!
She has also worked for CBN in the past.
Currently she holds many titles: AUTHOR OF: HOW TO WIN A SOUL TO CHRIST/MAKING IT A LIFESTYLE-to be published soon.
Being used in Bible School Class now as a manual.
PROOFREADER and Editor (Newspaper and Doctrinal papers and Book Editor)
Confidant to many
Mentor to young ladies
Pastoral Care Ministry
Hospitality Committee at Church
Awana International-Director/Leader of 7th and 8th Graders
As you can see she is very busy for the glory of God!
Linda is not ashamed of the gospel she even ministers to the lost in bars she is an on fire soul winner! This is going to be a powerful broadcast I hope you join us.
Have a blessed weekend
Evangelist Montell Fields
Di started out photographing her son playing lacrosse when he was in 7th grade. Once he joined his high school lacrosse team, they had never had a parent who actually wanted to photograph the games,only pictures of their son's. Di wanted to make memories that would last the boys throughout their lives, so she took on the task. Di was the first full time team lacrosse photographer his high school ever had. Di started out using a Sony Super Steady Shot 15-200mm zoom lens and was their only photographer for her son's four years in high school. Di shot all his club tournaments as well. When her son went off to college, Di volunteered to be the team photographer for Metropolitan State University of Denver. After Di started writing for In Lacrosse We Trust, she also had her media credentials for full field access so Di started shooting the Outlaws games, the FIL and had the great opportunity to be at both the Outlaws semi-final playoff game and the MLL Championship game. In May of this year, Di bought a new camera, a Nikon D3200SLR with 3 different lenses. An 18-55mm zoom, a 55-200mm zoom & a 70-300mm zoom lense, and started getting even better shots. Now Di started her own photography business in the hopes that she can shoot lacrosse games, team photographs, etc. Di is in the process of setting up a website to begin selling some of her work. Di's Facebook page is Di Miller Photography. Di's Twitter account is @dimiller61. Di also posts pictures on her own FB page, Lacrosse is Awesome and the Metro State University of Denver Men's Lacrosse pages as well!
Join us as we get to know Bro Salih Muhammad from Oakland, Ca. He is also going to a workshop presenter and keynote speaker at the 9th Annual Y.O.U.th Summit in February 6 & 7th, 2015. If you have questions for our youth call in and ask your questions.
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Join us for Episode 4 of the Inspectah Ant & M. Bowden Show. We will discuss North Korea's hack of Sony. And Sony's discission to pull the plug on the Seth Rogan and James Franco's new movie The Interview. Also, we will talk about the situation evolving 7th Heaven star Stephen Collins.
Today we have an opportunity to speak to playwright, Julie Hébert, and cast members: Susi Damilano and Carl Lumbly. TREE, directed by Jon Tracy, has its Regional Premiere at the San Francisco Playhouse, January 20th to March 7th, opens January 24, 2015.
Winner of the Pen Award for Drama and Backstage Garland Award, Tree is the story of three generations divided by race, culture, and time. The play has contemporary resonance, posing questions about family and what it means to “be related.” “I set out to write a play about race and ended up writing a play about family,” said playwright Julie Hébert about Tree. “About the inescapability of family, of being known over time, of recognizing yourself in others, of continuing relationships after betrayal and suffering. We keep each other honest. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes painful – and so it is with this play.”
The story explored in Tree unfolds when a southern white woman shows up at the home of an African-American man in Chicago and claims to be his half-sister, impelling them to confront a shared past. In their search for the truth, they must navigate the fragmented memories of the man’s aged mother to discover where their roots intersect.
Yes, as we all look at the calendar, 2015 is making his way in very soon. It has definitely been an interesting year 2014 for us. So, for the third year in a row, we honor the show's madness by airing a year-in-review episode and choose our best guests, artists, moments, etc. in what we call the 3rd Annual Black Top Awards (airs January 7th @ 8PM ET). Tonight, we unveil the nominees for our special show in these categories:
- Showcase Artist of the Year
- Guest of the Year
- Mr. B. Eazy's Slap of the Year
- Episode of the Year
- Prmiere Artist of the Year
- Entertainer of the Year
- Comedian of the Year
- Sport Your Stuff Model of the Year
Our Sport Your Stuff Model of the Week is the beautiful and established Diva DaNae (Instagram: @diva_danae). She calls in at 8:45pm ET to introduce us to herself, hustle, background, goals, and more!
After a lot of baseball related last week, Red Sox pick up a few quality starter, but miss out on the big prize of Jon Lester. Their final offer was $138 Million over 6 years, and the Cubs went for $170 Million on 7 years with the 7th year being a vesting option. The Red Sox used the money to get young starting pitching. Will they make a run after Scherzer or Big Game James Shields?
Celtics had a rough 0-3 week last week, losing a double over time thriller against Washington and losing two lackluster games against the Hornets and Knicks. What will this week bring against Philadelphia, Orlando, Minnesota and Miami? John and Pete will start a friendly game by choosing what they Celtics win and loss will be for the week.
Patriots lock up the AFC East for the 11th time in 12 years. Where do we think they will end up? We will let you know!
Hopefully we will get some national football coverage in. Jonny Football is on Pete's radar
Kyle Miller began playing lacrosse in the 7th grade! Kyle attended camps and then joined a team in the Fall of 7th grade. Kyle decided to start playing lacrosse after 2 things happened; 1) He saw a kid with a lacrosse stick and he thought it looked cool so he bought one, and, 2) Kyle attended a Denver Outlaws game, which at the time set the record for the hghest scoring game in the MLL! Kyle played attack until his senior year of High School when he switched to a Middy. He switched to a Middy because he was big, fast, and good at defense, offense, ground balls, and clearing. Kyle has worn the #16 since his Junior year of High School. Kyle is 19 and a Sophmore in College now. Ever since Kyle began playing lacrosse, he has always played it year round and focused solely on lacrosse and lifting. Kyle plays lacrosse for The Metropolitan State University of Denver! Kyle says, "Metro State's team is family, we're all brothers and have each brother's back.". Kyle started a fecebook page called, "Lacrosse Is Awesome", when he was a Freshman in High School. It was originally created for his teammates and him to post on. Since, that time, Kyle's Mom, Di Miller has kept it going with pictures from Kyle's High School team, College Team, and now his Mom is covering the MLL, and NLL teams too! Kyle's Mom, Di Miller, was a guest on this show on December 8th, 2014! Click here to Listen to that episode! Di Miller will be a guest again on December 22nd, 2014! "Lacrosse Is Awesome" started out with about 50 people and it's now over 800!
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