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Hip Hop pioneer and icon Asia One joins us to talk preserving and promoting the traditional dance, art, and music of Hip Hop culture through the B-Boy Summit, an annual Hip-Hop event encompassing knowledge of the history of Hip-Hop Culture with the skills of breaking or break dancing, also known as B-boying and B-girling.
Asia One is known worldwide as a Bgirl icon and Hip-Hop activist and pioneer. A visionary, trailblazer and trend-setter, Asia’s influence has been instrumental in setting the bar for high standards in the arts of Hip-Hop, with skills + knowledge being the supreme combination for personal and global transformation. As a seasoned educator, performer, host, and judge – she is known world-wide as an premier consultant on Hip-Hop lifestyle and travels the world regularly not only performing, but speaking and consulting with international ambassadors of Hip-Hop culture on the future evolution of Hip-Hop dance and culture. No Easy Props is her motto (est.1997) and non profit company, created in order to mark her world famous Bboy Summit event along with her Hip-Hop Cultural Arts and fitness program for youth entitled Hip-Hop 101.
Don't miss special guest, Mimi Hwang from Hwang's Martial Arts as my special guest.
Hwang’s Martial Arts wants every family to have fun, AND get healthy together on Saturday, March 7 at the Kentucky International Convention Center, all while raising funds for Kosair Children’s Hospital. From 12pm to 2pm, there will be fire and safety vehicles, free health screenings, interactive booths provided by local businesses, a rock climbing wall, petting zoo, and bounce houses, along with many other exciting things to experience!
From 2 until 4 pm, festival-goers will enjoy an once-in-a-lifetime demonstration by the 1984 Olympic Medalist, Grandmaster Jung Oh Hwang. Along with the spine-tingling martial arts demonstration by Grandmaster Hwang, hundreds of Hwang’s students will be performing exciting demonstrations of their own, featuring heart-stopping weapons routines, high-flying board breaking, and an exhilarating display of precision and technique.
Hwang’s Martial Arts offers a variety of different programs for the whole family. HMA offers beginner taekwondo classes, all day summer camps, after school program, birthday parties, and judo/hapkido classes.
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In this episode we will discuss the plight of Black America as the body of Black America walks aimlessly without proper guidance from the right leadership in the midst of the fall of America and the economic and cultural collapse of the white/western world.
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Deonna Kelli Sayed is an American-Muslim author, global citizen, and cultural commentator. Her first book, Paranormal Obsession: America's Fascination with Ghosts & Hauntings, Spooks & Spirits, is a cultural studies discussion regarding the influence of paranormal reality TV in a post 9/11 American society.
She also writes decidedly non-paranormal related literary short stories and creative non-fiction. Most of her writing, regardless of the genre, is ultimately tied to narratives of identity and belonging.
Tonight, we get to learn more about Deonna and her views within the paranormal as well as her views of the consciousness of the world. It will be an extraordinary show with many areas you may find interesting.
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Tune in tomorrow night as I speak with Amateur MMA Fighter and one of the nicest and most humble guys I've ever met James Gonzalez out of Serra BJJ as he prepares for his big fight this Saturday night for the main event at The Aggressive Combat Championship 10 at York College. He will be facing Prof Tito Hartz for the U.S.M.T.A/M.B.L New York State TItle. James has got the heart of a champion and you definitely don't want to miss seeing his BEAST grappling skills.
Louisana's Creole culture and a famed New Orleans' neighborhood share the spotlight on today's show. Our Creole cultural exploration takes us just outside New Orleans to the Old Mississippe River Road where we'll share the story of a Creole family and a plantation named Laura--voted "Best history tour in the USA" by Lonely Planet Travel and a top travel attraction in Louisiana. Laura Plantation, named after Laura Locoul Gore, is an old sugarcane plantation over 200 years old. We experienced life on the plantation as a member of the Locoul family through the voice of one of Laura's decendents, Norman Marmillion. We will also visit Faubourg Treme with filmmaker Dawn Logsdon. Treme is considered the oldest black neighborhood in America and the birthplace of the civil rights movement in the South. Treme is a place where African-Americans lived free during slavery and became a place of social and economic diversity.
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Get ready for an awesome Friday Night Dance Party tonight! 2 hours of commercial free, fun music and chat with today's rising acts!
Hour 1: ALL THE LOCALS joins the show to talk about their music, inspirations and how they all came together. OH YEAH - you'll hear their music, too!
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All The Locals is John Schmarkey (keys and vocals), Ty Barksdale (guitars), Denorris “Deno” Pennyman (drums), Christian Camp (bass) and newest member Earl “EJ” Jordan (who shares bass duties). Schmarkey writes lyrics with earthy emotionality and brings an unassuming flavor with his keyboard prowess. Barksdale is steeped in blues and adds a lightning rod of dynamics with his fluid style. The rhythm section of Pennyman and Camp/Jordan is telepathically funky, adroitly shifting feels while keeping the beat consistently bumping.
It’s a powerful union of musical and cultural backgrounds that’s been fortified by ATL living together and cultivating deep connections as a musical family. The four-piece’s moniker evokes this sense of coming together in a pure and natural way. “The name has a real communal feel,” Schmarkey says. “It reflects the diversity of the music because when you travel, you always know the place best places to visit are where the locals are. So, on one level, it reflects our traveling musicality, always going to that down home place in the music.”
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