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Join The Dark Diva tonight as she reviews Ed Wood's - Glen or Glenda and Jim Henson's - Labyrinth. Also delve into the TABOO of Internet relationships. Can there actually be chemistry behind a computer screen? Listen in tonight..
**NEW SHOW**OUR GUEST: MONDAY APRIL 14, 2014 @ 9PM: Kancho Darrell Sarjeant, 9th Dan Hanshi, Inheritor/Chief Instructor of Davis Modern Combat Ju Jutsu Self – Defense System. Born in NY, he began training in the Arts of Tae Kwon Do & Karate at the age of five. At the age of fourteen, Sarjeant began training formally in Shotokan. Call in @ 646.716.6825 to listen to the discussion about the life journey through martial arts to health, wellness & fitness.
Training with many martial artists ie; Nick Bruno of Grandmaster George Cofield's in Brooklyn; Goju Ryu Karate Do under a variety of instructors, recieving his first-degree black belt under Glen Nieves, Sensei. While training in the Art of Goju Ryu Karate Do, Sarjeant began serious study in the Art of Ju Jitsu through the Vee Jitsu lineage. He first began training under the guidance of Grandmaster Lil' John Davis, Founder of Kumite Ryu Ju Jitsu. He then began learning Combat Jiu Jitsu under Grandmaster Billy Davis, founder of the Davis Jiu Jitsu Self-Defense System, ultimately becoming its Inheritor and Chief Instructor. He ultimately went on to train directly under the guidance of Dr. Moses Powell, Grandmaster of Sanuces Ryu Jiu Jitsu.
Kancho Sarjeant currently resides in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He serves as the President of the Modern Combat Academy of Self-Defense. Kancho realizes the need for self defense in both the young and old alike. With over 40 years experience in the Arts, he has worked diligently to develop techniques that are easy to learn yet effective for all age groups regardless of size or sex.
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Ron Siegel of Anaheim CA discusses current events, financial markets, politics, and even poking fun at the rest of the media, with attorney Amy Von Esch of Orange CA and Glen Weingarth of Anaheim, CA, in a live radio broadcast from Anaheim CA.
Ron Siegel, consumer advocate and mortgage lender, discusses anything that affects the roof over your head, your bank account or other items that will benefit you / your family.
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1988 film starring Winona Ryder and Christian Slater. The film portrays four girls — three of whom are named Heather — in a clique at a fictional Ohio high school. The film brought director Michael Lehmann and producer Denise Di Novi the 1990 Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature.
OUR COMMON GROUND with Janice Graham
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The 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Act
Attorney General Eric Holder and President Obama on Civil Rights
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The Power of Fashion for Men & Women
1. What should every male & female business professional have in their wardrobe?
2. What are hot designs? Floral, animal print, solids, strips, hound tooth, herringbone, glen plaid, window pane
3. What are the colors that men and women should were during the fall and winter?
4. What are the hottest styles for men and women right now?
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6. Why buy custom suits when you get quality suits on the rack at Nordstroms or Macy?
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Tune in to Iconici Radio hosted by Naiya Marcelo, Poetrynmotion and Syndee on Monday at 7:30pm mountain time for all the latest news on Fashion and Entertainment highlights and hollywood celebrity gossip that has made headlines this week. With Special guest Actress Naomi Grossman and celebrity impressionist Piotr Michael.
Naomi is best known for her portrayal of the fan-favorite, “Pepper” on FX’s American Horror Story: Asylum. Previously, Naomi wrote, produced, and starred in her second hit solo show, Carnival Knowledge: Love, Lust, and other Human Oddities, which enjoyed a twice-extended, sold-out run and rave reviews.She is a graduate of theatre from Northwestern University, Naomi has acted in several of Chicago’s illustrious, long-running, cult comedies: Cannibal Cheerleaders on Crack and Shannen Doherty Shoots a o at the Torso Theatre, as well as Attack of the Killer B’s and White Trash Wedding and a Funeral at the Factory Theatre.
Piotr Michael is best known as an impressionist and gained worldwide attention from Youtube, even catching the eyes of producers from Saturday Night Live. Working as a voice actor and improvisational comedian, he has voiced characters on TV, Radio, the Web, and Videos Games. When not performing LIVE in Los Angeles, he can be found regularly producing comedic videos and podcasts online.
My guest this Sunday April 6 is author Anne Kaufmann. Anne is stopping by the show as part of her Write Now Literary virtual book tour to 'chat' with me about her new book, Glenn Gould: Sketches of Solitude.
About the book:
In GLEN GOULD: SKETCHES OF SOLITUDE writer Anne Kaufmann gives us an imaginative glimpse into the world and soundscapes of Canadian icon and music legend, Glenn Gould. It is a series of vignettes or “sketches” of Gould’s life based on his own recollections over the years and those of others who knew him. Artist Rudin Koci perfectly augments the poetic prose with his colorful, bold and energetic illustrations. This book will inspire young people of today to nurture their own creativity through art and music.
About the author:
Anne Kaufmann is a former teacher librarian. She studied English Literature at Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Toronto. Her passions include music, books, animals and creating nature journals. She has shared her life with dogs, horses, cats and birds. A nature lover, she spends many hours exploring the forests north of her home with her Border Collie, Indy. Some of her favorite childhood memories include summers at her cottage on Lake Simcoe, settling back on the family couch reading while listening to her dad’s weekly String Quartet group, playing with her dogs and wishing for a horse. She lives in Ontario, Canada.
Today we will be interviewing Rebecca Schultzberg, who is the Director of Development for the Cambridge School of Weston. A graduate of Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia with a degree in fine arts, Rebecca lived in Spain where she traveled extensively with her family and friends. Rebecca worked in publishing sales and marketing before the nonprofit lightbulb went off. She held annual fund, campaign consultant and director of development roles in a variety of education and social service settings. She thinks of herself as a "creative risk-taker" who gets "more out of a day than most". She earned a Masters in Public Administration with a focus in nonprofit management from Clark University. Rebecca resides in Boston with her husband Glen and two daughters. She serves on the Vestry of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and is a Board Member of The Puppet Showplace.