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What's up, folks! Time just keeps rolling forward! Welcome to the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse Mixtape-airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. Join your Podcast Avengers, the "Uncanny" Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they board their sonic quinjet to tackle the following topics: we actually forgot to give our impressions of Bradley Cooper's movie to TV Limitless series, so we'll do just that; the straight to DVD alternate universe version of Justice League: Gods and Monsters was released this week; Spider Gwen creators are alleging that they are fearful of creating new characters for the benefit of Sony Pictures; Mission's Joseph Illidge weighs in on the hip hop cover/diversity debate at Marvel; picking up on a negelcted topic from the last show-impressions of Dr. John McWhorter's Daily Beast piece unpacking antiracism politics as a type of "religion" (and writer, Ta-nehesi Coates is its priest); POTUS wants to build the most powerful PC in the world by 2025 (Person of Interest anyone?); are DC and comic creator, Tony Isabella "making nice" over credit/usage regarding his Black Lightning character? And lastly, actor/singer, Tyrese Gibson calls out mainstream radio for not playing his #1 Black Rose album. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses-George Washington Carver
Bradley J. Smith is a Solo Musician, Recording Artist, and Live Performer for the new age. In the midst of his live performances, he plays acoustic/electric guitar colored with sounds created naturally and enhanced with digital effects. Vocal stylings, crystal singing bowls and native whistling flutes also add to the experience. In the recording studio where he spends much of his time, Bradley plays and orchestrates many more instruments that the music itself calls for such as; guitar,bass, drums,percussion,native flutes,crystal bowls,vocals, and sometimes keyboards. These can be heard on his first CD, Root Chakra and on his upcoming CD, Sacral Chakra.
Theme: Music for the chakras, a healing musical journey through the chakras.
Bradley is creating a musical and spiritual journey of healing by healing himself body,mind and soul,
Liam Cawley of Ireland asks;
It is sad to hear of the passing of Bobbi Christina Brown yesterday. Was her death due to bad parenting or can we hold parents responsible for their children? Is that too much of a burden to lay at anyone's feet? That anyone can be responsible for another soul? I know my own relationship with my parents is good but it wasn't always so and I blamed my mom particularity as a teen for a lot. Looking back now I could have being more considerate of her and her attempts to do her best with a child(me) at times that was so hard to deal with. Also as children and parents alike what can we each do to make life more fulfilled/loving etc for all involved because I can only imagine being a parent has its challenges but perhaps being a child has too as was the case with Bobbi. Kindest regards Nadia.
Today We Discuss How To Recognize What's Sometimes Hard To See--What You Already Have And What You Already Know. How do we know what we know? How do we recognize the love that is already in our lives? How do we transform the shadows of disappearance into the power of change? How dow we learn to imagine the invisible that is always already a part of what we see?
Join Us For A Special Episode of Real Talk Live 216- Word On The Street w/ Host Keelyn Bradley and his Guest Co-Host Avril Somerville, author of A Journey Of Life On Purpose: Creativity, Love, Womanhood, Community, Race, and Identity. http://www.amazon.com/Journey-Life-Purpose-Creativity-Womanhood-ebook/dp/B00Y2GQSAO Call-In Live 7-8:30p, Wednesday 7/29/15.
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