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JON WILLIAM LOPEZ
Jon William Lopez is a student of New Thought spirituality, metaphysics, and a professional licensed spiritual counselor and prayer practitioner with the Centers for Spiritual Living. A cartoon animator, illustrator and professional photographer, his career spans over 40 years, during which he worked at Disney Feature Animation, Dreamworks SKG, Turner Feature Animation, Film Roman (for 3 seasons of “The Simpsons”) and dozens of other studios and production houses. He has exhibited and sold his photography in New Mexico where he and his partner co-owned an art gallery, Morning Calm Gallery. He was born and raised in Puerto Rico and has also lived in Michigan, Brazil, New York, Texas, Georgia and New Mexico. He and his partner also taught English for a year in South Korea. Always interested in metaphysics, Lopez was introduced to New Thought ideas in the mid-1980s and has since had direct personal experience with the spiritual principles that beliefs, thoughts and words create reality, and that there is one Universal Mind and Intelligence of which we are a part and can use in our daily life. Using these principles, Jon has, along with attracting his life partner (now his spouse), manifested his dream job, increased financial prosperity. He is author of a book, “Perfect Praying: 5 Simple Steps That Make Prayers Work.” Though not raised in any formal religion, Jon has always had a keen interest in and fascination for metaphysics, spirituality, the paranormal and UFOs. In the 1980s, while living in Brooklyn, NY, he had a lucid, out-of-body experience involving UFOs, so vivid and real, he remembers it as though it happened yesterday. His favorite movie of all time is “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”, which he has seen more times than he will ever disclose. He and his spouse now live in retired bliss in Tucson, Az, where he continues his photography and spiritual practice.
Welcome listeners to a special segment of the Omni Game Terminal Jarvis Database featuring Deadly Darlings: A group of women that have come together to express their love for everything creepy and crawly as an awesome art form. They will be joining us to express their fun process transformations from natural beauties to dark macabre with elegant finesse. Watch along while listening to see some of their photo shoots with scenes from the Walking Dead to Texas Chainsaw. They will be answering questions from callers so feel free to satisfy your love of horror to a whole other level at 8pm Eastern Standard time. Call in at (347) 884-9299, be sure to stop by their fan page and like "Deadly Darlings" on Facebook. Contact them for event bookings at firstname.lastname@example.org. Right here on the Omni Game Terminal Jarvis Database part of the Tru Radio Network, Turn on, Tune in and Turn Up!
The Don S. McClure Show Live- Celebrating Family, Relationships, and Thanks Giving Celebration.
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Artist and Composer Mark Kostabi was born in Los Angeles in 1960 to Estonian immigrants. Raised in Whittier, California, he studied drawing and painting at California State University, Fullerton. Kostabi moved to New York in 1982, and by 1984, emerged as a leading figure in the East Village art scene where he cultivated a provocative media persona by publishing self-interviews reflecting on the commodification of contemporary art. By 1987, his work was widely exhibited in New York galleries as well as prominently throughout the United States, Japan, Germany and Australia. He inspired extensive international press coverage in 1988 when he founded Kostabi World, his Manhattan art studio, which employs numerous painting assistants and idea people. Beginning in the early 1990s Kostabi's work has been widely exhibited throughout Italy. Kostabi established a second home in Rome in 1996. Dividing his time between Rome and New York enabled him to dramatically enhance his presence in the Italian art scene.
Kostabi has designed album covers for Guns 'N' Roses (Use Your Illusion) and The Ramones (Adios Amigos), Jimmy Scott (Holding Back The Years), Seether (Holding Onto strings Better Left to Fray) and numerous products including a Swatch watch, a Bloomingdales bag, Alessi vases, Rosenthal espresso cups, and a Giro d'Italia pink jersey. Kostabi is the subject of numerous documentary films.Kostabi has been profiled on 60 Minutes, Eye to Eye with Connie Chung, A Current Affair, Nightwatch , The Oprah Winfrey Show, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, Nonsolomoda, West 57th, CNN, MTV and numerous television programs throughout Europe and Japan.His permanent public works include a mural in Palazzo dei Priori in Arezzo, Italy, a large bronze sculpture in the central square of San Benedetto del Tronto, Italy, and a bronze portrait of Pope John Paul II in Velletri, Italy. http://mkostabi.com
The art of being a warrior who wars in the spiritual realm while serving God in the NOW is very powerful. A warrior who worships God is skilled in living eternal life NOW, unto God his Father. He lives and walks in the spirit actively wearing and moving forward in the armor of light. He welcomes the Holy Spirit to flow within him as he yields to and rests in his presence.
The Light, The Fire and The Glory Gathering messages are available on CD at our website www.hilaesters.org. Also available is my music CD, Into the Light and my book entitled, Daddy’s Little Girl in paperback. The eBook, Daddy’s Little Girl, is available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com.
For more information about our ministry, go to www.hilaesters.org. To listen to the show, call (646) 716-8140.
Ronnie Laws has a soulful sound on tenor that ushered in a new era of Jazz-Funk Fusion that help shape contemporary jazz as we know it today. Laws has a proven natural art of combining the exploratory heart of Jazz with the broader reaching strains of Soul and Pop music. His iconic career, includes early-'70s gigs with Quincy Jones, Ramsey Lewis, Earth, Wind & Fire Howard Hewett, Hugh Masekela and his brother, Hubert Laws. He is often listed on Billboard's contemporary jazz chart
His first hit, “Always There” , was one of the most popular, sax-driven, cross-over hits of the 70’s Jazz-FunkFusion era. He pioneered the sensualization of the soprano sax with Quiet Storm gems such as “Grace”, “Karmen”, and “Just Love”. Pressure Sensitive, Fever, and Friends and Strangers (Blue Note 1978), the title track of his third album, all propelled to gold status.
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Andrew I. Wilson, multimedia artist, joins us to talk about his new work, The Colored Museum, opens at the Omni Gallery at Impact Hub Oakland. It opens Friday, Dec. 4, 6:30-10 p.m. with an Artist Performance at 8:30 p.m. Visit aiwart.com
2. Nimely V. Napla, master drummer, craftsman, costume designer, choerographer and former director of the Libemian National Cultural Troupe, joins us to talk about Diamano Coura's 40th Anniversary Sekelati (Longevity) at Laney College this weekend, Nov. 28-29. The centerpiece is Napla's The Forbidden Bush part 1.
3. Victoria Theodore in archival interview (4/26/2013) Music SHE Wrote at OPC.
Music: V. Theodore's "Grateful," "I'm Your Angel."
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Wolfhours was conceived in the mind of Shontai Ralieck George a poet ,wordsmith, barz spitter master from Brooklyn New York. Though he now resides in the southern states he still has that gritty streetwise intelligence that makes him one of the most intriguing sought after figures within the poetic community.
The wolfhour concept basically presents a way for everyone to tell their story. Everyone no matter what background or lifestyle, profession or trade, religious or non-religious ..everybody has a story to tell. The guy on the corner begging for change to the lawyer in the courtroom pleading his/her case before a judge , they all have stories to tell. You might have been driving home from work when suddenly a car crosses three lanes just to get in an accident with you. By via of said incident you now have something to get off your chest. Well let it off!!!! We call this a vent. Venting is what the wolfhours movement prescribes if you got some stored up energy that needs to be released in the form of words. Written, spoken, even singing there is no one way to vent.
This blog talk radio show will give wordmiths nationwide a platform to showcase their skills in front of a virtual audience. Spoken word is the new hip hop. The body of the old hip hop is dying so it is up to us as word smiths to preserve this art form by embracing this movement through spoken word. So whether you are a bar spitter ..ballad writer, erotica, political, conscious or what have you. Its time to represent this art to the fullest. As and added bonus we will be featuring some of the hottest spoken word artist in the poetic community, given our callers the opportunity to call in, get in que to spit or ask the featured guest a question. Even if you just want to call in an enjoy the show either way the airwaves will be set a flame.
George Washington said, "Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor– and whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint Committee requested me to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness.”
Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Luke 22:31-32 which reads: "And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold,Satan hath desired to have you, that he maysift you as wheat: But I have prayed for thee,that thy faith fail not: and when thou art converted, strengthen thy brethren."
Our prayer motivator quote today is from C.H. Spurgeon. He said, "There should be a parallel between our supplications and our thanksgivings. We ought not to leap in prayer, and limp in praise."
Host Karen Christine Patrick interviews Charlotte Rose Won on We the Anunnaki.
Charlotte is an experiencer, poet, and has done media work in the area of ET contact and the Annunaki. Blessed with gifts from her Irish an Cherokee heritage, she has also worked on developing what she calls, "The Knowing" as her contact was telepathic. In dreams, visions, and through her art, she has mad contact through the "innernet" going into the broad internal of thought to delve into questions she's had through her multi-varied life.
She and her husband PJ, were close friends with AR Bordon, the mysterious insider who shared information from his research about the Annunaki and other ET races, about "life physics," a theoretical physics model arising from studies with anonymous physicists working with intuitive psychics. Charlotte comes it to share her story and philosophical perspective on the eventuality of our meeting our galactic family, hopefully, in the near future.
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Today's Guest: "Zippy the Pinhead" cartoonist Bill Griffith, who reveals his late mother's sordid history in Invisible Ink: My Mother's Secret Love Affair with a Famous Cartoonist!!, a graphic novel.
(Tech Note from Mr. Media: For some stupid reason, my audio during this interview is engulfed in static; I don't know why. The good news is that my guest, Bill Griffith, sounds and looks great. I apologize for the sound difficulties in advance.)
BILL GRIFFITH podcast excerpt: "My mother read my work from the very beginning. It caused her quite a bit of discomfort."
Key interview moments:
• 8:15 Ever wonder how an adult-oriented artist such as Bill Griffith explained their work to Mom? Or how Mom, full of pride, explains it to the neighbors?;
• 25:00 Griffith explains a bit about what his mother's lover, artist Lawrence Lariar contributed to the early days of comic books, comic strips, commercial art and mystery novels, and how he inadvertently had an impact on Griffith himself;
• 38:50 Griffith reveals the future of his 50-yearold daily comic strip, "Zippy the Pinhead."
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