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  • 02:00

    Tha Futuristic Comeback

    in Entertainment

    Dha.Kid.Take-Off N Space Brat Are Back In Flight. Get Ready For A Bumpy Ride.! Hop On Board. Buckle Ya Seat-Belts N Prepare For Take-Off

  • 00:27

    SoFast Futuristic Interview

    in Hip Hop Music

    SoFast Futuristic Interview

  • 00:36

    Interview with Rising Indie Artist B. Mercer hosted by Qween$Ching

    in Hip Hop Music

    B.Mercer aka “The Prodigal Son”
    Born in california raised in Yonkers ny Brings his futuristic trap soul mixed with 90s hiphop and that ny flare…his bars and vocals puts him as a new age lauren hill …theres a reason they call him the prodigal son…B.MERCER


    https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/where-they-at-single/id1029662150


    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=r5DwWipn-pI


    Soundcloud.com/lago2 | Snapchat younglivehumble

  • 01:01

    Dessy di Lauro introduces Neo Ragtime. Vanessa Campagna - a young Celine Dion

    in Music

    Canadian-born, LA-based Neo-Ragtime  ''Feathered Frohawk Futuristic Art Deco Centric Harlem Renaissance Hep Music'' singer/songwriter/producer Dessy di Lauro is fresh from her spectacular  Las Vegas Show at the Cosmopolitan and new EP released for her 2015   for her world tour in parallel with Madonna’s Rebel Heart tour.


    Vanessa Campagna is a young pop singer/songwriter with an accomplished past and a brilliant future who has been described as a precociously gifted vocal powerhouse and a mature singer reminiscent of a young Celine Dion.” She writes songs for films, blows away audiences, rfecsords great songs...she does it all.
     

  • 00:59

    Barbara Marx Hubbard - Conscious Evolutionary Through Co-Creation

    in Self Help

    "This is our finest hour,” writes Barbara Marx Hubbard. “We live in a unique time, perhaps as significant as when the first humans arose in self-consciousness in an animal world. Millions of us are rising in a more universal, holistic, or cosmic consciousness in a still largely self-centered world. We are being called forth in every field and discipline to fulfill our potential through joining together in creative action.”


    Today we will be talking how we have changed. We have the power of what we called gods.


    We can destroy the world and we also can restore the Earth, evolve ourselves and all of society. This is the trump, and the trumpet is sounding for our generation

  • 00:26

    BONUS: Full interview with Motley Fool Co-Founder, David Gardner

    in Finance

    Our interview with Motley Fool co-founder David Gardner ran a little long so we had to edit it down to fit the show. But, dear listeners, we didn't want to deprive you of his fabulously futuristic insights. So here's the whole shebang, including how sheer laziness can be one of your best investing traits.

  • 00:31

    Interview with Heather Harlow for the Argon Factor

    in Books

    In a futuristic world, where Earth's cities are still recovering from being ravaged by gang wars, cyber crime is at its peak and threatens the world's digitized monetary supply. 


    Susan Caldwell is a newly hired security development manager at GTS, the company that controls the world's monetary supply and data. The sophisticated systems have been hacked and now people on Susan's team are being killed while they try to fix the breach. 


    Susan, who trusts no man, must rely upon the GTS CEO, Christoph Baldric, to keep her safe. Little does she know that he's the Argon alien commander on Earth. She's not interested in him, doesn't want a hookup with him, but is extremely attracted to him. Susan has her own plans and will be having a baby through the fertility clinic. She's excited about her pending future, that is, if she is still alive. 


    Christoph Baldric's mission is to protect the Earth's humans and nurture them so that eventually his people can merge with the humans. Christoph's planet, Argon, was blown up when their major sun exploded into a black hole. The people of Argon have been studying and nurturing Earth for many millennia as a new, potential home. Now is the time to make Earth their home and begin merging with Earth's humans, making both races stronger. 


    But first, the Argonians must save Earth from the Grogan's, the Argon nemesis from their home universe, Baldracon, who want to eliminate all life on Earth and take the planet for their own.

  • 00:58

    Barbara Marx Hubbard - Conscious Evolutionary Through Co-Creation

    in Self Help

    "This is our finest hour,” writes Barbara Marx Hubbard. “We live in a unique time, perhaps as significant as when the first humans arose in self-consciousness in an animal world. Millions of us are rising in a more universal, holistic, or cosmic consciousness in a still largely self-centered world. We are being called forth in every field and discipline to fulfill our potential through joining together in creative action.”


    Today we will be talking how we have changed. We have the power of what we called gods.


    We can destroy the world and we also can restore the Earth, evolve ourselves and all of society. This is the trump, and the trumpet is sounding for our generation.


     


     

  • 02:03

    The Juice LIVE with Melody Waters

    in Hip Hop Music

    8:15 ~ Special guests tonight include Keysen Jackman and Chris Thomas of Red Pharoah Media for our first segment where we'll talk about their up and coming urban sitcom, That's Unk.  


    9:15 ~ Stay with us for our second segment with Futuristic Faith, he'll tell us about his newest music and what he's got goin on, he stays on the move so you defintely don't wanna miss a second!


    **S/O to Koolaide for the opening cut!!**

  • 00:31

    The Built Environment PopUp Shipping Containers as Alternative Exhibit Space

    in Visual Arts

    Container Communities "Pop Up"  is a fast, innovative, and highly versatile system that provides stylish and affordable spaces for a range of uses. Terrence Samuel is proposes to artists, and art organizations to create your own container concepts.  Starting from Square One, you can build from 160-320 square feet of studio space, to multiple , movable stack-able structures.  Like livable Legos, container construction can be sustainable, scable creations that define your design, modern modular methods that are created from "The strongest box in the world.


    As a piece of architecture, it's a demonstration of how one of the design world's hottest items can fit into neighborhood programs with small budgets but big ambitions.“It's cheap, fast, portable and secure, a  20-by-8-foot container cost $1,300, and the total budget is $10,000. 


    He is proposing this Spring to work in concert with the Phantom Gallery Chicago to build an intergalactic PopUp Research Station built in the Frank Gehry futuristic model.





     


     

  • 00:58

    Talk with historical fiction writer, Ed Protzel

    in Spirituality

    Ed earned his master’s degrees in English literature/creative writing from the University of Missouri-St. Louis and his bachelor's in English at the University of Hawaii-West Oahu.


    Ed had a dual career for over twenty years, working as an investments advisory manager for Fortune 100 firms, including Well Fargo Advisors, Met Life, and Merrill Lynch, while writing screenplays and novels. He was a whistleblower against a corrupt commodities futures brokerage in a case documented in the Wall Street Journal.


    Ed’s expertise as a novelist and screenwriter is in the American tragicomedy movement (Faulkner, Twain, Tennessee Williams, Flannery O'Connor), science fiction, Shakespeare, and a variety of historical periods, including World War II, the American Civil War, and Fourteenth Century Europe.


    The final two novels of The Lies that Bind trilogy include the same major characters as the original: Honor Among Outcasts, set in Missouri during the transition from the Civil War to a violent reconstruction, and Something in Madness, set in California as Durksen and Antoinette become the tumultuous state’s embattled first couple.


    Ed’s other novel-in-progress is The Antiquities Dealer, a genre-stretching, ostensible mystery/thriller about a Jewish gallery owner drawn by his former lover into a scheme to clone the great minds of history—purportedly beginning with Jesus Christ. Millennial religion, futuristic biotechnology, and human evolution collide in a cauldron peopled by a TV evangelist, a former NFL tackle, Middle East conspiracies, and radicals of major religions.


    Ed is married and lives in St. Louis, where he writes full time and teaches college English.