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  • 00:40

    Rennie Sharp - Writer and Director

    in Lifestyle

    Once again we are presenting to you a project that has not yet been released, a feature film "Tony and Angel."  Join us is Rennie Sharp, writer and director to tell us about his film and web series "Dead Fall."
    Join us to learn more about Renne Sharp and the inspiration behind these two projects.
    (347) 637-2319 and press 1.

  • 01:56

    The Sharp Edge - The Impact of EMP Attacks

    in Politics

    Make sure to tune in on yet another episode of the Sharp Edge, where Jeff will discuss the impact of EMP attacks in depth and also, will shed some light regarding its affects on the members of society. Plus reveal some hidden gems from international news that the lame stream media is ignoring here in the U.S. Get ready to get educated with relevant information and an exciting inaugural Q&A session! Tune in by clicking on the link (http://tobtr.com/8739075) or call in 929-477-3101 and if you have a question or a comment press #1 to join the conversation.

  • 01:14

    Sara Siegel and Rennie McQuilkin Talk Poetry on Today's Healing Stigma Show

    in Self Help

    Today we're talking about healing stigma through artistic expression with Sara Siegel, Program Director of Mass Poetry, and Rennie McQuilkin, Poet Laureate of Connecticut.

    "Healing Stigma on Left of Str8 Radio" is a weekly featured show on the Left of Str8 Radio Network, currently airing on Thursdays at 2pm PST / 5pm EST right here on Blog Talk Radio. Co-host Kevin Hogan is a high-profile stigma survivor, who's taken his experience and created the Healing Stigma Program, an amalgamation of peer counseling, seminars, workbooks, and classes designed to help in all areas of healing stigma. Co-host Scott Fullerton is an LGBT activist and host of two highly successful LGBT and ally Internet radio shows centered around LGBT issues, the entertainment industry, foodies, and books. Together, Kevin and Scott's goal is to shine the light on stigma and how to heal it in both the LGBT and straight communities, through guests who are able to share, educate, heal, and bring these stigmatizing issues to a new format.

    On today’s show, we talk with Sara and Rennie about how poetry can help stigmatized individuals express their feelings and experiences while simultaneously giving non-stigmatized people insights into their world.

    Check out our website at www.healingstigmaradio.com, and follow us on Twitter @HealStigmaRadio! Be sure to subscribe to Blog Talk channel to get information on all of our upcoming shows. Any sponsors interested in sponsoring the show or advertising their services on "Healing Stigma on Left of Str8 Radio" can email us at info@leftofstr8.com.

  • 01:57

    The Sharp Edge- The consequences behind the free stuff your being promised

    in Education

    On this new installment of The Sharp Edge we get into more great hidden gems in international news. The topic of the week is one you do not want to miss and Jeff has uncovered some masterpieces in the Legislative Update. We also have some great questions from listeners to be answered about health care issues we are facing today. Tune in and get some extra knowledge to use to battle your liberal friends. Tune in by clicking on the link or call in to (929) 477-3101 and press 1 after you hear "blog talk radio" if you want to join in on the conversation. 

  • 01:57

    The Sharp Edge- Refugees and their impact on the economy

    in Education

    Make sure to tune in on yet another episode of the Sharp Edge, where Jeff will discuss the refugee crisis in a whole new light. Plus reveal some hidden gems from international news that the lame stream media is ignoring here in the U.S. With the new format be prepared to get your mind blown with relevant information and an exciting inaugural Q&A session!

  • 01:57

    The Sharp Edge with Edge

    in Politics

    4/8/2016 On this episode of the Sharp Edge, with our special guest Farrah Prudence, we will discuss the cultural differences and refugee crisis and also we will help you connect the dots to realize why and how Trump can fix this issue. Lots of laughs to come with this fireball!!!! Tune in with the link or by calling (424)258-9220 and press 1 if you want to be on air.

  • 02:06

    The Sharp Edge with Edge and Captain Wicker

    in Current Events

    On tonight's Sharp Edge, we will be talking off the cuff about whatever comes to mind. Along with our "Artists of the week", and airing of "The Dirty Laundry". So tune in to FPC Radio, and if you would like to call in dial (424)258-9220 and once you hear "Blog Talk Radio" press "1". To join the conversation.

  • 02:03

    The Sharp Edge

    in Politics

    On the next episode of the Sharp Edge with Edge and Captain Wicker we will start off on the media bandwagon and talk about the Donald and his new antics, including his statements about riots and reasons why he has left the debates. We will also discuss a certain pedophile and the ass kicking he recently recived HAHAHA! he deserved it too. For the second hour we will bring up Roger Goodel and how he is on his way out as the NFL Comish. Maybe tell some dirty jokes and as always have the Airing of the Laundry! Join us as we may have a few special guests join us including Jon Wolf and maybe a mystery guest. Check the comments and updates for more information as guest are booked. All this excitiement in just two hours! Call in at (424)258-9220 and press one to join in or just listen online with the link. 

  • 00:59

    Profile:Basil Khalil/Director/Oscar Nom/Ave Maria

    in Movies

    Award winning director Basil Khalil was born and raised in Nazareth, to a Palestinian
    father and British mother. After studying for an MA at Screen Academy Scotland, in
    Edinburgh, Basil worked on a number of television productions in London. In 2011 Basil
    was featured by SCREEN International Magazine as one of “top 10 Arab filmmakers to
    watch”.  Quote "In the film I focus on the strict rules and obligations that the nuns and Israeli settlers adhere to, which sometimes border on the absurd, preventing each of these groups from interacting with each other despite living on the same piece of land. However, sometimes due to exceptional circumstances, their two worlds collide, leaving them with no choice but to recognise the absurdity of their strict rules, whether they be political or religious, and ultimately break them. They have to work together to overcome their differences, even if it’s just for a few hours. It is these absurd and unique rules and situations that have always sparked my interest when finding new material, because that is where you find the deep, humane, and extraordinary life stories. The nuns you see in the film live a life of silence under the Israeli military occupation of the West Bank, as well as a life of religious silence and solitude. On the other hand we have the Israeli settlers, who represent one of the reasons behind this military occupation, yet they are also "occupied" by their strong religious beliefs and rules. I wanted to highlight the mutual mistrust that these two groups have for one other, as well as their eventual cooperation and the lessons learned from this adventure, and to show that it is possible for people to put aside their differences in the name of a common goal" You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film


  • 01:25

    Rex Sikes Movie Beat chats w William Lu Director

    in Film

    WIlliam Lu, director, served as a development assistant for David Madden and Robert Cort at the Cort/Madden Company at Paramount. He received his MFA in film and TV production from FSU where he produced the 35mm thesis film “Two-Bit,” which was a 2003 Student Academy Award finalist. He was Hired at the SyFy Channel and then spent three years at Herzog & Company where he worked in TV, web and marketing producing content for Disney, Paramount, Dreamworks and Sony Pictures. In 2005, as a recipient of the LA Asian Pacific Armed with a Camera Fellowship; he received a grant which funded his short film Spy Moms.  He wrote and directed Asian Task Force, a half-hour mock pilot that was awarded "Best Action Short" at the 2007 LA Digital Video Film Festival and screened at the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con. William worked as post production supervisor at Machinima on their Terminator: Salvation web series. Hired on at Maker Studios he produced content for their gaming vertical and created and hosted the show “Retro Hardware”. He was co-producer for Rosanna Pansino’s “Nerdy Nummies” . In 2015, he directed the feature drama Comfort from his own original screenplay. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes' Movie Beat for other great interviews, cast & crew listings, events, premieres & more at rexsikes.com

  • 02:14

    The Sharp Edge with Edge and Captain Wicker

    in Military

    Tonight on the Sharp Edge with Edge and Captain Wicker, we will be discussing some historical aspects of the Civil War. Along with the Early history behind the Earliest stages of the Vietnam War from the time of the early colonization of the French forward into when the United States became involved, In the first hour of the show, and in the second hour we will be discussing bad drinking stories, our weekly segment of Dirty Laundry. And we will introduce a new segment "Band of the Week". So tune in tomorrow night for an informative show. Show time is 8pm-10pm Eastern, 7pm-9pm Central. And if you would like to call in and contribute to the discussion dial (424)258-9220, and after you hear the prompt "Blog Talk Radio" dial "1".