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Steven Chitty and Bill Karalius have a dream, to create an animated series called Sketches! We're going to learn all about the show and get y'all pumped to make this show a reality! Whoo-hoo!
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Marcy Weydemuller lives in northern California. She writes fantasy, historical and contemporary stories, and has published two poetry collections, Summer Sketches and Wind Sifting. She has a BA in History and Sociology and an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Visit her at www.marcyweydemuller.com
Sarah E. Ladd received the 2011 Genesis Award in historical romance for The Heiress of Winterwood. She is a graduate of Ball State University and has more than ten years of marketing experience. Sarah lives in Indiana with her amazing husband, sweet daughter, and spunky Golden Retriever.
Welcome to "Spirit Quest Helps- Serious Talk, Intuitive Answers". We will continue on with our "Short Spiritual Readings" designed to help us to grow Spiritually. Have your questions handy and come on by! Have a question you wish to ask, or a comment you wish to make? Come join us! Do you have something like Haunting activity going on in your home? I can often help with this. Would you like for myself and others to pray for you or a special intention? Please stop by and you can also e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will certainly add you in my prayers. Are you interested in aliens, or ufo phenomena? Check out my new book "A Silent Invasion: The Truth About Aliens, Alien Abductions and UFOs", Schiffer Publishing,LTD. It is available on all on line bookstores and has 110 photos and a few sketches, taken by me, most of them. Want to help souls to return to Heaven? You can e mail me or you can read my first book "To Help Lost Souls Find Home", which devotes a chapter to this!
"Finding My Place: One Man's Journey From Cleveland to Boston and Beyond"
Judah Leblang is a Boston-based writer, teacher, and storyteller. His essays and commentaries have been broadcast on almost 200 NPR and ABC radio-network stations around the US. He is the author of a memoir, "Finding My Place: One Man's Journey from Cleveland to Boston and Beyond," and the writer/performer of "One Man's Journey through the Middle Ages," a performance piece based on his book, which he performed at Gay Games 9 in Cleveland in summer 2014, and at venues in Boston, Tampa, Toronto, and New York City.
“Finding My Place sees the author in wearing a 'WWJD' cap around Jacksonville, Florida (assuming it was the moniker of a local radio station) to an unfortunate car accident on the first day of kindergarten, to trying to fill out a muscle T-shirt at age 51 in the gay mecca of Provincetown, Massachusetts, Judah Leblang's journey of discovery blends comedy and drama. In this episodic memoir, the author sketches the world he comes from--a world of poppyseed kuchen, Indians baseball, and the great industrial city of Cleveland, Ohio, which seemed to be imploding in the 1960's and '70's-and the world he inhabits today, as a hard of hearing man with a funny name, navigating middle age.
For more of Judah's work, go to www.judahleblang.com
His book is available in paperback an Kindle version on amazon.com
Clarence The Pencilman Pointer began winning numerous art contests throughout Southern California and has gained international status. Hundreds of drawing to his credit, the master pencil artist has no signs of slowing down. Some people are in disbelief because most of the images actually look like real photography projects. That is how realistic his work has developed over the years. He can basically draw anything on the planet!
* Recent patrons of his art masterpieces are Singer Stevie Wonder and Actor/Actress/Singers Wil & Jada Picket Smith
Listen in and learn more about Clarence's amazing career and work with Antonia Badon on The Gist of Freedom
Tonight's show is dedicated to Charles White ‘Images of Dignity’, Charles White (1918-1979) captured the strength, character and complexity of African Americans in dramatic charcoal illustrations.
When his Social Realist images were published in a book for the first time in 1967, Negro Digest promoted it. In an un-bylined article, the magazine featured a portfolio of Charles White’s drawings from “Images of Dignity: The Drawings of Charles White” (Ward Ritchie Press).
www.BlackHistoryUniversity.com (on iTunes)
Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! as laughter and an encouraging testimony take center stage as Scott interviews Torry Martin.
Although Martin has a long list of accomplishments as an actor, author, storyteller, and a stand-up comedian, he prefers to use his gifts for laughter, writing, and entertaining to bring serious messages to audiences through the softening blows of humor. After telling a typical “Torry Story” revolving around his own blundering and misfortune, Martin pulls in the spiritual lesson in a sometimes subtle way. “If I can keep them laughing while they’re learning, it doesn’t hurt their brains as much.”
Martin was a stand-up comic and actor in Los Angeles before he became a Christian. After finding the Lord, Martin moved to Alaska and lived in a remote cabin with a friend who was studying for ministry. He gave up acting and comedy for two years and studied the Bible while becoming grounded in his faith. After being encouraged by some friends at his church, Torry began writing comedy sketches which he entered into the national competition sponsored by the Gospel Music Association called Christian Artists, now called Seminar in the Rockies. He won the grand prize two years in a row and now returns annually as an instructor. Martin has written for Adventures in Odyssey, a children’s radio series produced by Focus on the Family. For this self-proclaimed “hippie-for-the-Holy-One,” the melding of talent and faith has also resulted in the release of several books, including Under the Circumstances, and What a Character. Both are collections of comedy sketches about Christian life.
Time of the Locust: Travel into the heart and mind of an extraordinary autistic boy in this deeply imaginative debut novel of a mother’s devotion, a father’s punishment, and the power of love.
Sephiri is an autistic boy who lives in a world of his own making, where he dwells among imagined sea creatures that help him process information in the “real world” in which he is forced to live. But lately he has been having dreams of a mysterious place, and he starts creating fantastical sketches of this strange, inner world.
Brenda, Sephiri’s mother, struggles with raising her challenged child alone. Her only wish is to connect with him—a smile on his face would be a triumph. Meanwhile, Sephiri’s father, Horus, is sentenced to life in prison, making life even lonelier for Brenda and Sephiri. Yet prison is still not enough to separate father and son. In the seventh year of his imprisonment and the height of his isolation, Horus develops supernatural mental abilities that allow him to reach his son.
Morowa Yejidé’s (pronounced: Moe-roe-wah Yay-gee-day) ?short stories have appeared in the Istanbul Review, Ascent Aspirations Magazine, Underground Voices, the Adirondack Review, and others. Her story "Tokyo Chocolate" was nominated in 2009 for the Pushcart Prize, anthologized in the best of the Willesden Herald Stories, and reviewed in the Japan Times.Time of the Locust was a 2012 finalist for the national PEN/Bellwether Prize. She is also the recipient of the Norris Church Mailer Scholarship from Wilkes University. Website: http://www.morowayejide.com/
Starting tonight and every Tuesday, join us for the show with latin Flava! Radio Rob Ft. Rob Torres. Special guest tonight, Actor Jabari Gray! We are bringing you the talk, news,comedy,sketches and a variety of fun with Radio Rob! Plug in!
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Whenever Danimator mentions Pascal Campion among his artist buddies at work, the reaction is something like "OOoohh, I LOVE Pascal's work!" and usually is followed from folks who've met him with "He's such a nice guy! So humble!". Word. We're honored to have Pascal join us in the studio to tell us all about his latest Kickstart project, "3000 Moments".
Since 2005, Pascal has been waking up and creating a new "daily sketch". So what? So he sketches every day, big deal, he's an artist ... don't all artists sketch every day? Well, sure, but these aren't "doodle-sketches", they're pretty much quick illustrations that tell a story, or even just a feeling. These are full-color "Moments" that thousands of people are connecting with. See? 'Told you he's humble.
Anyhow, he's putting his best moments in this latest collection, but beyond that, he's sharing his thoughts on how to help manage your time with your family and how to get out of your rut and get drawing! He's sharing his passion for art and storytelling, he's a total geek for it and you know we love that! So the phone lines are ready for you! Ask a question, or just say hello! Talk to the man, he's here for YOU!!
Get your Pascal geek-fix on, y'all!!
Suze Lanier-Bramlett, aka Susan Lanier, is a veteran of stage, TV & films. She is best known for creating the role of Bambi, John Travolta’s girlfriend on the 70′s sitcom, “Welcome Back, Kotter” and starring in the lead role in the original version of the horror classic, “The Hills Have Eyes.” She has performed stand-up comedy on TV as a series regular on the shows, “Tony Orlando & Dawn” and “Sha-Na-Na,” doing sketches with artists like Alice Cooper, Steve Lawrence, Chuck Berry, and the late Freddie Prinz. Suze starred and or guest-starred on many TV pilots, sitcoms and episodics throughout the years.
In the 80′s, Suze was a regular cabaret entertainer with a following at the popular Rose Tattoo in West Hollywood. She had a recurring role on “Days of Our Lives,” and the sitcom, “So Little Time,” and has done numerous independent films. In 2009, she filmed “Area 51,” directed by Oren Peli, creator of “Paranormal Activity.” Her most recent theatre credits are “Last Of The Honkie Tonk Angels” with Leslie Jordan, written by Ronnie Claire Edwards and Leslie Jordan and “Southern Baptist Sissies” by Del Shores.
Check out her IMDB page and her website!
Marcy Weydemuller lives in northern California. She writes fantasy, historical, and contemporary stories, and has published two poetry collections, Summer Sketches and Wind Sifting and received the 2006 Mount Hermon Poetry Award.
She teaches poetry, fiction and non-fiction workshops, both in person and online. Marcy has a BA in History and Sociology, and an MFA in Writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is also a sought-after content editor for many award-winning and multi-published authors.
Visit her at www.marcyweydemuller.com
Pineapple-Shaped Lamps, a Wilmington-based sketch comedy troupe, boasts hilarious acts including Rocky Horror Picture Show shadowcast, Power Rangers the Movie shadow cast, and tons of original sketches.
Join Keisha ( @Keelime_ ) as she talks with the troupe's ( @PSLComedy ) founder Wesley Brown.
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