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In today's society, we often hear about the issues black women have with black men...However, very little attention is given to the issues black men have with black women. Tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of my special on the hit movie, "Diary of a Tired Black Man" where we discussed exact what black men look for (and what we don't) in relationships. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online at www.dedantolbertshow.com
Have You Ever Wondered . . .
How your mind works – our awareness, our ideas, our very instincts? Who or what programmed us? How was life conceived? Who designed birds, the stripes on a zebra, or a tiger’s camouflage? Is language really the extent of how we can communicate? How do so many see, hear or feel a person’s ‘spirit’, (their true self) yet so many others go on ignoring this reality? Why do so many people “know better”, but are still stuck dong what brings them harm or unhappiness? Why do so many people not want to change a thing about life, but still complain about how unfulfilled they are? Why do so many people drink, smoke, and have affairs, yet give advice on how to run a company, or even a country, when they clearly do not even have their own life in order?
What if it’s your imagination that holds the key? After all, it is in our imagination that answers come. But isn’t our imagination just all made up? Or is it?
Who is to say that what is ‘made up’ is any less real than the reality we live by? What if our imagination is more than we know? What if we have it all backwards?
Anything is possible, right?
Let’s find out . . .
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Today there're will be a joint interview between myself interviewing Misha Dale Ordonez , Reporter for the Derrick Diary. Derrick Diary is the school newspaper for Montebello High School. We will talk about Fying US Flags around the world and teachers who are Veterans. In turn Ms.Ordonez will be interviewing me about what means to be one of the military vets on campus
should be fun and as always all in invited
In this episode, Debbie and Chris will interview co-writer on a book that Debbie is currently working on entitled, Fans of Hip Hop the Diary Vol 1 with her writing partner Benjamin Jones, who will discuss the interview he conducted with Rah Digga and snippets of the interview will be aired. We will also discuss the news, and briefly touch on the anniversary of Tupac's death.
in Self Help
Author of The All Knowing Diary, Daniel Rechnitzer says that the “era of not knowing who we really are is coming to an end”! Telling his readers that “It’s time to realize your greatness and your importance,” Rechnitzer says within ourselves we are ALL KNOWING; and that it’s time for us to reach within,
Tonight we meet the show cast for the very popular stage show 'The Diary of Black Men- How do you love a Black Woman.
Russell Andrews (Director)
Russell’s journey with The Diary of Black Men began in 1986 when after two very well-received performances, at Houston’s Ensemble Theatre, an opportunity came to cover a character in The Diary at Philadelphia’s Walnut Street Theatre. After that single performance Mr. Andrews was asked to be the sole understudy for all 6 male characters as well as the assistant to the director and technical staff. With The Diary’s phenomenal success,
Russell spent the next two years covering all of the 6 roles, while continuing to drive “the van” across the country several times, ironing the costumes, moving the props and carrying the luggage for the cast. The opportunity to take a permanent role in the play came at the famed Town Hall Theatre in New York City where, while keeping his position as technical assistant, he took over the role of ‘The Intellectual’ and never looked back.
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The Cozumel Diary running amuck with the King of Gonzo, Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, in Mexico and other weird tales By Al Satterwhite. Al's own words, Hi! My name is Al Satterwhite, I've been a photographer since I was in high school shooting for major publications such as Life Sports Illustrated & Time Magazine. My career gave me an opportunity to get to know some of the major personalities & icons of our culture. Little did I know what was in store for me when I met, and became friends with, the one and only gonzo journalist, Hunter S. Thompson. Hunter and I became friends back in the early 70's when I first met him at the Republican Convention in Miami Beach. We were both there covering the event for different magazines he for Rolling Stone me for Newsweek.Hunter and I hit it off so when Playboy wanted to interview Hunter in 1974 he insisted I be assigned to photograph the event. I knew this wasn't going to be an ordinary gig. Hunter and I met up in Cozumel, a small island off the coast of Yucatan, Mexico. From the moment we got together until the work was finally submitted to Playboy, mischief and mayhem ensued. Not only did I capture Hunter photographically, I captured the experiences we shared together and what a ride it was including the start of 'the Great Shark Hunt' I'm publishing is the story of that trip. Since Hunter and I continued our relationship I'm adding a few other Hunter stories that were most definitely warped as only Hunter could be whenever he came to visit me in Florida. Tales involving the Secret Service, drugs, stopped for speeding in Palm Beach , a harpoon gun and more. The phone would ring and off to some crazy adventure we would go.With so much material, I've put a high quality photographic book together to share those stories along with many of the never before seen photos that I took of Hunter.http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1934661728/hunter-thompson-the-cozumel-diary
This week Ken Hopkins turns the musical time machine back to October 1, 1958. At the top of the tune charts we had a mix of doo wop from the Elegants and Little Anthony, popular mainstream hits from Roger Williams, Domenco Modugno and The Tommy Dorsey orchestra and good 'ol rock and roll from Bobby Day, The Big Bopper, and the sweet sounds of Tommy Edwards, Ricky Nelson, The Poni Tails, Kingston Trio and many others. Extras from Ken's musical diary will come from the 60s and 70s. 1958
This week Ken Hopkins will play the best of the top 40 hits on the WLS Silver Dollar Survey for the week in '62. Old musical friends such as The Sherelles, Crystals, Ray Charles, Dee Dee Sharp, Chubby Checker, Shelley Fabares, Paul Peterson, James Darren, Chuck Jackson, Johnny Tillotson and many moire await the eardrums. Give a listen and let the oldies put a smile on your face. The Diary starts at 8pm Eastern, 5pm Pacific. Requests always welcome before and during the show. Phone lines and chat room will be open. The website is www.Musicaldiaryofababyboomer.com