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On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Series Preview Show, brought to you by Knoda.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler recaps the New York Yankees' past series against the Toronto Blue Jays and gives his thoughts on Masahiro Tanka's first start since he partially tore his UCL back in July. Plus, with the injuries to Jacoby Ellsbury, Carlos Beltran, and Mark Teixeira, who should fans be keeping an eye on for the offense in the final week of the season. It will be an emotional final series for fans as Derek Jeter will be playing his final home series as the Captain and shortstop of the Bronx Bombers.
Then, Domenic Vadala, the editor of Birds Watcher joins the show to look ahead to the Orioles' final series against the Yankees this season. Baltimore is already in the postseason after clinching the AL East title for the first time since 1997. What are Domenic's thoughts on the Chris Davis suspension and how big a hit is it for Buck Showalter's lineup, the O's potential playoff rotation, and what roster spots are potentially up for grabs for that postseason roster? Plus, what will be his memories of Derek Jeter?
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WELCOME TO BEAUTY & BEATS WHERE THE WORLD OF BEAUTY MEETS MUSIC CULTURE!
HOSTED BY PRO MAKEUP ARTIST FROM ST. LOUIS ANGELA "ROYALTY" ROYAL, ADULT FILM STAR BIANCA MOORE, AND INDIE ARTIST AND ENTREPRENEUR RAFIEL DAVI.
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Do you think the term "advocating" is used too loosely? What about the emotional toll it plays on those that have been through the same experiences, as those that they are advocating for? When advocating for someone, how much should you share with them about your personal experiances? When letting people know about your advocacy efforts, what is the line between being self-serving or just letting people know what you are doing, so they can help? These are a few of the questions that we will ask during our show.
Our Guests Include:
David J. Pollay - Creator and Author of "The Law of the Garbage Truck"
Larry Enright - Author, Film Producer
Danny Adlerman - Singer/Songwriter (Live Musical Performance)
Kim Adlerman - Illustrator and Writer of Children's Books
Foster Topic Panelists:
Dr. Greg Manning
Join the Dino Dean Show Sunday September 21st @ 5pm CST. Dino will be speaking with LaMar Stephens of the New Jersey-based Rap Entertainment, Inc., he will be speaking about his three-part docu-series entitled "Cities In Crisis." "Cities In Crisis" is about the problem of youth violence that is ravaging cities all across America. T.I., Common, Ice Cube and Talib Kweli, along with educators, actors and community activists, all drop their own brands of knowledge and wisdom regarding the Black youth violence crisis in this amazing and important film series. La Mar will also be giving us information about the Peace March and Mini-Concert, scheduled for Sunday, October 26 in Jersey City, New Jersey. Also Professor Stacee Lang from Lang Capital Group, NFP will be telling us about her 7th Annual Grant Writing Business Boot Camp. Professor Lang has won over $70,000,000 in Grant Awarded Funds. On Saturday September 27th, she & her team of Expert Grant Writers will Tell All. This will also be a Get It Off Your Chest Sunday. In this segment we talk politics, current events, our community, no subject is off limits. The call in number is 646-200-0067. Join the Dino Dean family for smart uncompromising conversation!!!
The Queen of Fresh, The Gypsy Poet talks to the amazing and awesome Mick James! Front man for the band, Mick James Is Dead, and composer, songwriter and producer of the theme song for the show, Criss Angel: Mindfreak! This is an episode you don'twant to miss! This guy rocks the house! Guitarist extraordinaire, film director and co-star of Blood On The Reel, this show will leave you at the edge of your seat and more!
Photos by Edward V. Lecina & Mick James
Deja Voodoo photography
Perry King’s versatile career includes starring roles in film, television and on Broadway, with credits as far back as the '60s. King has been seen “Riptide," “Melrose Place," “Spin City," “Will & Grace,” “The Cowboy and the Movie Star," “Her Married Lover,” “The Perfect Wife," “Titans," "Cold Case," "Without a Trace," "Big Love," "Brothers and Sisters" and "The Day After Tomorrow" and much more.
After graduating from Yale with a B.A. in Theatre, King headed for New York, with a scholarship from the Julliard School, and worked on Broadway and off-Broadway.
Perry is currently in pre-production for a new independent movie, "The Divide," which will be King’s directorial debut for a feature film. King and his Left for Dead Productions collaborators, screenwriter Jana Brown and Chicago-area filmmaker Russ Rayburn, are in pre-production. Principal photography is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2015.
Set in drought-plagued Northern California in 1973, "The Divide" chronicles the story of Sam Kincaid (King), an aging rancher with a failing memory, his estranged and independent-minded daughter, Sarah, and Luke, a young ranch hand who finds himself in the midst of a family in crisis. Internal struggles, the realities of an unforgiving landscape, and the need to reconcile a long-ago tragedy collide to create the backdrop for this classic American Western. www.thedividemotionpicture.com
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Grab a cup of coffee and join us every Sunday morning 9:30 - 10:00 AM Eastern on BigDawg Music Mafia Radio for current news 'intertwined' with fast moving talk and good, clean fun with the legendary Jimmy Jay and Trade Martin - two seasoned professionals in the entertainment industry.
Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.
Jimmy Jay: Host of the Rewind Show and is known as the "DJ of the Stars". Jimmy says "It's a Very Long Story...go to RewindShow.com and PartyMaker.com to learn a little...one thing for sure is I have a Rockin' Wife!"
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Rob Gordons is the weekly snippet from the Nikki X Happy Hour show where Ted, Lee, Todd and Murph give their top five lists on ever changing subjects. Always short, always funny. Tune in.
The name of the show is based on John Cusack's role in the film High Fidelity. The film is based on the awesome book of the same title by Nick Hornby.
J will be reviewing the Kevin Smith film Tusk, starring Justin Long. We'll also discuss the release of the iPhone 6. The crappy company know as AT&T. MLB races heating up. The first few weeks of the NFL. And whatever else comes to mind.
On Episode 56 Kinte & Yardley discuss episode 8 of season 4 "Under Color of Law" with director of episode Director Michael Nankin. Air Date 9/20/14
Under Color of Law
Written by: John Romano
Directed by: Michael Nankin
Cullen makes a decision to ensure his family's safety. Campbell hires a new federal marshal to clean up the streets.
Director Michael Nankin
Michael Nankin was born in Los Angeles to a family of medical practitioners. His mother, Natalie, started the first tissue-typing laboratory in LA and was a pioneer in organ transplantation. A standard-8 movie camera was placed in his hands when he was 10 years old by his grandfather. Michael made films through his childhood but started his career as an illustrator and animator. He won the Jim Morrison Award when he was a film student at UCLA. His undergraduate film, JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, a musical-comedy, caught the attention of Disney studios who hired Michael and his filmmaking partner, David Wechter, to develop features.
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