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Host Paul discusses some of Talking Pictures Experience on day #2, previews day #3 and reviews some of day #3's choices.
We just got back from going to the 2016 Epcot Flower & Garden Festival and we will go over out must do's and the stuff to skip. Plus all of the new happenings coming to Epcot in the future. We will also tell you about our trip and stay at the Swan resort!
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Host Paul Booth discuss day #2 of th Turner Classic Movies Film Festival and reviews some of the films that are playing.
Main Topic: Eternal Life Possible, says Doctor
Side Topics: Wasteland Weekend - post-apocalyptic festival. Pro-Mexico protesters rage outside Trump ralley. Hedgehog dressed man threatened news station over 'message that needs to be heard,' he claimed. The financial wake of Prince's death. Is Glenn Beck losing his mind?
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Carl Malcolm initially learned the keyboard, picking up skills on the instrument at his local Methodist church. He attended St. Elizabeth Technical High School before moving to Kingston, where he worked for a shoe company and was a reservist in the Jamaica Defence Force. In 1965 he joined his first group, The Volcanoes, alongside Al Brown, the pair staying together until 1969. Malcolm then gave up music while he continued his studies, but returned when he joined the group Big Relations, led by Jo Jo Bennett. Malcolm recorded briefly as a solo artist, recording "Father Free Us" for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One label, before spending time in the United States.
6th annual Chesapeake Bay Reggae Fest
30 REYNOLDS DRIVE HAMPTON, VA 23664 USA
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iRon Lion says,"I've been blessed to be backed by some of the best reggae musicians in the business.Veteran Grammy nominated musicians have taken the stage backing me and other current and up and coming world class traveling musicians also.When we take the stage,we bring sweet vocal harmony,drums,bass,keyboards,guitars and horns on occasion.Beach and Island-style events are our specialty.We play at colleges,festivals,private parties,bars,clubs,amphitheaters and more places! As iRon Lion I've opened for Jimmy Cliff,The Wailers Band,SOJA and many more kings of reggae music!
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Dedication breeds the best results. Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum guitarist and singer Mark Tremonti continues to wholeheartedly commit himself to his craft, barely drawing a breath for air in between his eponymous band, Alter Bridge, and Creed. Following tours supporting his critically acclaimed 2012 solo debut, All I Was, and Alter Bridge’s chart-topping Fortress, he immediately began writing in his Orlando Studio at the top of 2014. Joined by longtime guitarist Eric “Erock” Friedman, drummer Garrett Whitlock, and bassist Wolfgang Van Halen—a studio first—Tremonti penned more than twenty-five songs over the course of multiple sessions. Emerging from the most prolific period of his two-decade career, Tremonti delivers successive albums—Cauterize and Dust—on his Fret12 Records with production by Michael "Elvis" Baskette [Alter Bridge/Slash}. Cauterize lead the charge in summer 2015 and Dust is following in April 2016, the one-two punch of modern thrash and melody that has become the group’s signature fuels this engine, but Tremonti tweaks it with a polyrhythmic jackhammer at just the right moments. The group sold out countless shows on its tours and has a full slate of dates lined up ahead—including appearances at major festivals such as Download Festival, Graspop Metal Meeting, and Hellfest. “I hope people can enjoy the music the way I do,” he leaves off. “As we were recording, there was this excitement amongst everyone. We go into every record questioning if we’ll be able to outdo the previous album. That’s my goal—to make a better record every time. If one fan thinks Dust is better than Cauterize and All I Was, we’ve done our job.” For more information, visit www.fret12.com/mark-tremonti
This is a Black Arts and Culture Site.
1. San Francisco Arts Festival 2016 is May 19-June 5: Joining us are: Genny Lim (artist), Andrew Wood (Executive Director, SFIAF), Charlie Levin (artist), Jon Jang (artist). sfiaf.org
2. Alice Aziza Jefferson, Artistic Director of Sankofa Akili Dance Ensemble, speaks about the 2016 Spring Benefit, Apr. 30 at DeFremery Recreation Center, Lil Bobby Hutton Park, 1651 Adeline Street, in Oakland. She is first generation West Oaklander, Founder & Artistic Director of The Sankofa Akili Dance Ensemble. She founded the dance company in 1998 to pay tribute to the artistic legacy of her mentor Ms. Akili Denianke, under whom she studied at CSU-Hayward and elsewhere as a member of the Harambee Dance Ensemble. It is the mentorship of Ms. Denianke that she attributes the clarity she has attained regarding her life purpose. Info: 510-735-5150.
3. L. Peter Callender and Leontyne Mbele-Mbong join us to speak about ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA — which closes the African American Shakespeare Company 2015-16 season. Shakespeare’s epic love story — is set in modern day. Mark Antony has traded his power over an empire for the forbidden love of one woman, Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt. Jealousy, betrayal, death, and war cannot refute their undying love for each other. With award winning actors L. Peter Callender and Leontyne Mbele-Mbong in the title roles of Mark Antony and Cleopatra. Visit http://www.african-americanshakes.org/productions/antony-and-cleopatra/
1th Annual One Festival presents CINEMENTIA: Written/Performed by Nancy Lombardo Directed by Rhonda Hansome. One woman’s comic journey explores why movies are, The best way out …of your mind! Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre - 304 West 47th St. NYC Thurs. April 28, 8 PM & Sun. May 1, 2 PM theonefestival.com/performers/
International author David Chatfield & UIF founder Tim Ray discuss breaking the code to happiness and his new book TAKING CONTROL: Cracking the Code to Happiness on the UI Radio Network, syndicated on Angel Heart Radio .
David Blake Chatfield began his career as an attorney and manager, representing global companies, music artists and producers, motion picture and television writers, producers, actors, and editors. During his career, he has twice served as the president of his local bar association, been elected to public office where he served two terms as a councilman, and has been a senior executive in both public and privately held companies, including a nationally distributed record company and a music and video production and publishing company. He currently has his own law practice where he serves as General Counsel in several diverse companies, is the managing partner of The United Music Group, a partner in C & A Management, and owns Chatfield Entertainment. Over the past few years, he has been on international panels and roundtables as far away as Liverpool's Sound City Music Conference and Festival and as close as North Hollywood's IES Music Summit, as well as two years of guest lecturing to music business classes at Universities. Chatfield also currently serves on the boards of two charities and is a recent graduate of the YouTube Space Build Your Channel workshops.
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Today's featured organization is Mass Poetry. Marie interviews Writer/Program Director Sara Siegel about Mass Poetry's various initiatives and upcoming Mass Poetry Festival in Salem, MA. Sara directs Mass Poetry's programs, including Student Day of Poetry, Poetry on the T, Common Threads, U35, and Professional Development, and manages the volunteers and interns who help make Mass Poetry run smoothly.
Sara Siegel is a lifelong writer and crafter based in Somerville. After graduating Washington University in St. Louis and working at women's health organizations in NYC, she moved to Burlington, Vermont to earn a Masters in Public Administration at UVM. Sara's short stories have been published in Wild Violet, Vantage Point, Toasted Cheese Literary Journal and Cleaver Magazine. Her sketch comedy group, Mister Bismuth, regularly performs at ImprovBoston in Cambridge.
2016 FESTIVAL HEADLINERS
Sandra Beasley • Martha Collins • Mark Doty • Edward Hirsch •Marie Howe • Ada Limón • Greg Pardlo • David Rivard • Charles Simic • Ocean Vuong
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Host Paul Booth and Co-Executive Producer Carolyn Booth review the film SUMMER OF 8. Talking Pictures was fortunate enough to attend the world premiere. It is part Stand by Me, part Dazed and Confused, but had an original take on "Universal" themes.