• 01:06

    Trace Amounts

    in Health

    My two guests, ERIC GLADEN and SHILOH LEVINE, will be discussing their new documentary called Trace Amounts.  This film is the true story of what happened to Eric when he scratched the top of his head on a rusty nail at work, and went to the hospital where he then received a tetanus vaccine shot.  Eric's life changed forever as he began to have adverse reactions from this vaccine.  He describes the mental chaos of what our Autistic children are going through and what these symptoms feel like as your body and mind are being taken over and you become a trapped prisoner.  These Autism-like symptoms were caused by mercury poison, which came from the thimerosal (50% ethylmercury by weight) that is used in the tetanus vaccine.  Instead of giving-up, Eric is determined to find out the answers of what is happening to him, so he hits the road in his RV to travel the country seeking out doctors, specialists, and all the documentation he can find to solve this puzzle.  Please join us live on February 26th at 12:00 P.M. CST.  I will not be taking phone calls during this interview.  The film crew is traveling from location to location through the states promoting and taking interviews at the screenings.  Find the closest theater near you and buy a ticket to attend this film, it is absolutely amazing!  Clarksville TN we're bringing Trace Amounts to you in March.  I will let you know when tickets are available for purchase.  

  • 01:29

    Creatively Speaking (TM) On Air #MichelleMaterre 323.927.2913

    in Film

    Hosted By: Michelle Materre


    Recap of “TELL IT LIKE IT IS” series at Film Society of Lincoln Center


    This week’s show will highlight some of the most significant issues and themes that became apparent throughout the 2 week Creatively Speaking Film Series at Lincoln Center. We will also hear from audience members and young filmmakers and scholars as to what they feel was the importance of this series.


    Co-host for this week’s show is artist/educator and cultural critic, Malika Leigh Whitney.


    Malika Leigh Whitney (Co-Hosting) Malika Leigh Whitney, Storytelling, Theater, and Creative Writing--Reverend Whitney is Artistic Director of Pickney Productions, an arts and education consortium. As a performing artist she has appeared extensively on stage, television and in film. Reverend Whitney is a familiar voice to radio listeners as a producer and host for many years on WBAI Radio. An acclaimed author of the book, Bob Marley, Reggae King of the World, she has travelled extensively throughout the Caribbean, Africa, Central and South America. Her commitment as a community activist and advocate is exemplified through work with special needs populations, youth at risk, seniors and notably in support of the displaced Gulf residents impacted by Hurricane Katrina. 


    Abhita Austin?Founder/ Videographer at Hidden Chapel Studios: There are many competent videographers across the country that can help you produce a high- quality video. But when it comes to capturing ideas on video, and producing a product that has the right impact on your viewers, creativity, insight, and experience is needed.


     

  • 01:00

    Guest:Kari Perkins/Costume Designer/Boyhood/A Scanner Darkly

    in Movies

    KARI PERKINS (costume designer) has created the wardrobes for seven films directed by Austin-based filmmaker Richard Linklater, first working with the two-time Oscar® nominee as additional costume designer on his critically-acclaimed 1993 comedy, “Dazed and Confused.”While it would be another decade before Perkins reteamed with Linklater on his 2002 HBO feature, “$5.15/Hour,” she has since collaborated with him on five additional features -- “Fast Food Nation,” “A Scanner Darkly,” the critically-acclaimed comedy-thriller, “Bernie” (Best Picture nominee at the Independent Spirit Awards, Best Comedy from the People’s Choice Awards, and recognition as one of the Top 10 Films of 2011 by the National Board of Review), his epic  12-year-odyssey, “Boyhood” and, most recently, the period baseball drama, “That’s What I’m Talking About.”In addition to her film/TV work, Perkins has also designed for some of Austin’s most prolific dance choreographers such as Ballet Austin’s Stephen Mills’ “Women and Light,” “Torso” and “Wall of Names,” and Sharir+Bustamante’s “For Four” and “Court 6.”  Perkins has also worked on Ariel Dance Theater’s “Gyre,” “Five2Ten,” “Flush” and “Everything Between”; and Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Co.’s “Murmur,” “Royal Pair,” “Spin” and “Woman Smiling.”  Her stage work also include the 2002 B. Iden Payne Award for Outstanding Costume Design for the stage production “Dark Goddess.” You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film

  • 01:26

    A New Day, Athletic Parks & Recreation Center ,Diane Scott

    in Education

    A New Day, An African History program looking back at figures in our story that left an impact on our people and inspired a nation to stand up & fight for our rights,equality and freedom of religion as people.Written, directed, and choreography,art direction and costuming:Tafari Nobles-EL ; Diane Scott coordinator. The children are from ages eight to eleven.

  • 00:29

    Upclose and theatrical with ArtStream

    in Family

    Join us today as we follow up on our local theatre folks- ArtStream. Their next production is coming up and we want to know ALL about it!

  • 01:35

    A LOOK INTO THE BOOKS OF CORINTHIANS - A Church Divided

    in Spirituality

    We will continue our study in examinnig one the most important twin books in the Holy Bible, the books of 1st and 2nd Corinthians.


    Now Corinth was a city-state located on an isthmus (a narrow strip of land connecting two larger land areas, usually with water on either side) that joined the Peloponnesus Peninsula (The southern most tip of Greece) to the mainland of Greece.


    Because of where Corinth was geographically situated it was a city that was a meeting place of many nationalities and cultures. It served as a trade center between Asia and western Europe.. The city boasted of an outdoor theater that could seat 20,000 people, and often hosted athletic games the rivaled the ancient Olympic Games of Greece itself. It also was the home of the Great Temple of Aphrodite (Aphrodite was the Greek goddess of love). This pagan temple housed over 1,000 prostitutes. The city was known for its corruption and immorality. Their debauchery was so blatant that the phrase, ":to act the Corinthians" meant to practice fornication. Many of the problems, and divisive issues that flowed throughout this city was a direct result of the sin and wickedness that festered in the hearts of the people that lived there.


    To this city, Paul first came to preach, in the year A.D. 50, during his second missionary journey. Paul stayed there for nearly two years, preaching and winning many souls to Christ. After leaving, Paul wrote the Corinthian church a letter, which was lost (5:9), but, learning of disturbing news about some believers from other believers (7:1) prompted the apostle to write 1 Corinthians. All of these issues will be addressed and examined, during this indepth study.


    Come with us, as we begin to understand the church established in Corinth... a church divided.


     

  • 01:03

    Guess Who Came to Dinner

    in Movies

    Actress Katharine Houghton talks about her experience as a cast member in the groundbreaking movie Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, and film critic Mack Bates shares his picks for best movies about the African American experience. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner received 11 Oscar nominations and won two of them -- Best Picture and Best Actress. It also made a profound impact on the marketing of feature motion pictures in southern states. The 1967 film starred Sidney Poitier, Katharine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy and Katharne Houghton, who is Hepburn's niece. Houghton has appeared in other films including Kinsey, Ethan Frome, The Last Airbender and Billy Bathgate. She is also a successful playwright, popular lecturer, and award-winning stage actress. She won an Obie for her performance in Scent of Flowers and has played roles in over 50 regional theater productions. Bates has written freelance articles for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and serves as a staff blogger for Milwaukee Magazine's official film blog. He also received a local Emmy for his work on The Robert and Rosie Show. Co-host James Colt Harrison is a film historian who contributes film commentary to a variety of outlets.     

  • 01:06

    Consider This Guest, Gina Citoli "Awakened Entertainment"

    in Spirituality

    Welcome! Gina Citoli is a dynamic, creative force introducing "Awakened Entertainment" and its benefits for our world. Dir. of New Earth Theatre for NEW EARTH NATION, Gina educates, communicates, inspires, enlightens, entertains, motivates and excites her audience. A background in theater, rock bands, metaphysics, evolution of consciousness and holistic healing wraps experience into one--delivering extraordinary, inspirational, motivational and empowering performances. Her amazing premier production "A Cabaret of Consciousness" has been called magnificent, brilliant and genius. Gina performed to standing ovations and rave reviews in NY's Battery Park; Den Design-Forum of the Museums Quarter in Vienna, Austria; and Beverly Hillshire Screening in California. She has phenomenal songs with Grammy-winning producer Barry Goldstein; her music was used by NASA; in environmental film and on international CD compilations for world peace. ginacitoli.com


    Live! Mondays @ 8pm Tune-in for spiritual evolutionary dialog from the heart uniting our world in Oneness honoring ALL perspectives in sacred traditions. Enjoy cutting-edge discussion with veteran, interspiritual minister co-hosts, Rev. Dr. Linda Marie Nelson and Rev. Dr. Nancy Ash. Raise vibrations with Doing a 360 meditations with music to re-calibrate consciousness. Since 2010, Consider This shows have inspired all to consider embracing the new paradigm. 


    Nancy: http://www.Doinga360.com


    Linda Marie: http://www.shekinahruha.org

  • 01:40

    The ISIS Idea: Fight with Incite or Insight?

    in Motivation

    ISIS has become a household name.  The question has become how to fight ISIS…because no one, no one is exempt from its ideas.  Some say their fight is random and others say it is purposeful.  We have used, are using, and will use bombs, bullets, money, bribes, technology, coupes, diplomacy, and sometimes history to fight them with unsustainable results.  But the question is how to fight an idea?  Do leaders Fight with Incite or Insight? – which is our question of the day. 


    Helping us with that as we continue our Awakening Series with have our regular onCUE! duo, the Smith Brothers – Nehemiah & Jacques.  Both are both “raising the consciousness” and providing a voice to world -- Reverend Nehemiah Smith, Editor-in-Chief of The Weekly Defender (http://weeklydefender.com/?section=home) and Bro. Jacques Smith -- man of God, father, husband, engineer.  Both operate in the theater of ideas.


    Please join our host Eric J Powell on onCUE! Radio Sunday night @6pm CST (http://www.blogtalkradio.com/oncue).


    DON’T MISS IT!


    To listen to last week show about “The Leader in the Mirror: How to Close the Gap?” -- http://tobtr.com/s/7356065


    To Listen LIVE -- (Download Flash Player http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/)


    Series: Transformational Leadership: Awakening


    © 2010-2015 CUE Foundation, Inc All Rights Reserved


     

  • 00:31

    Stage Right Presents: David Marcus!

    in Culture

    We are honored and thrilled to have as our guest on today's episode of "Stage Right" Mr. David Marcus.  David is a playwright and blogger who has been featured in "The Federalist," a web magazine focused on culture, politics, and religion.  David's blogs have discussed, quite rationally, the lack of conservative voices in theatre and what we can do about it.  He was also a playwright represented at the Republican Theater Festival in 2012.  Be sure to join me for what promises to be an enlightening discussion with a man who shares our cause!




  • 01:14

    Metabolic Mission

    in Health

    Metabolic Mission - A lifelong endeavor with which an individual is "supernaturally" commissioned in order to propagate and lead humanity to the science of "Metabolic Typing".  It is the unique science, that when applied, will rebuild ALL metabolic systems within the human organism.


    Join Us as we talk with Dr. Curtis Kuhn about Metabolic Science.  We will also be discussing Dr. Kuhns books "Metabolic Metamorphosis", and "Metabolic Mission", along with his show "Lecture Theater".


    Dr. Kuhn formed the Metabolic Institute, LLC, after 28 years of personal experience on Metabolic Therapy.  The core of this nutritional protocol is the science commonly known as "Metabolic Typing".


    Dr. Kuhn is a Certified Metabolic Therapist, Ecological Lifestyle Advisor and was on the board of directors for the Kansas Lymes Associationfrom 2010 to 2011. 


     


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