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Junyong Pak, 2 time Toughest Mudder World Champ smashes Guinness Book World Record by running the fastest marathon (3:12:47) carrying a 40lb. weight. Pak says: “it's an addictive rush when you're so good at tolerating pain—and you come out the other side”.
Richard Diaz catches up with him to find out how he does it. We’ll talk nutrition, training and grit and plans for future competitions, obstacle racing and marathon running.
This episode of Behind the Prose features an interview with writer and artist Soo Na Pak.
Soo Na Pak lives in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her essays and prose appear in The Butter; TheRumpus.net; AlterNet.org; “Outsiders Within: Writing on Transracial Adoption” (South End Press); Hamilton Stone Review; and Digital Artifact Magazine.
On Sunday’s show, we’ll analyze her two pieces “Woman” - a tribute to Amy Winehouse and “Osiris.”
We will discuss Soo Na's use of voice and tone in her narrative. She's also skilled at adeptly mixing abstract and concrete elements in nonfiction, and we'll get to the bottom of how she does it! Or at least close to somewhere in the middle.
POLITICAL ANIMALS; Senator Melendez(New Jersey) facing federal public corruption charges---Melendez is originally from Cuba\
Which federal-state or local legislator will face or maybe facing federal corruption charges? Nancy Pelosi? Willie Brown? Rose Pak?--Ed Lee? Rosario Anaya? or?
Former Russian Policeman caught spying for the US--Roman Ushakov received 15 years in the gulag?
Ushakov is not sharing the fate of Col. Oleg Penkowsky, who was executed for spying for the US and Britain
Political fiction--Only Russians--British and Americans spy on each other
Church Steeples now sought for wi fi transmission
Warming to all employees--Monitor your pay check deductions and make sure these deductions are promptly remitted to the proper govenment agencies--Income Tax--Unemployment Insurance--Disability Insurance--Social Security
MARCH 6TH BIRTHS-DEATHS & EVENTS-- Relevant to US(a) (1810) Illinois was the first state to mandate vacination--Anton Cermak Chicago Mayor assasinated in Miami Florida,
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Seasons Greetings, people! Check out the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse show-airing this Saturday at 6pm EST. For the first Comic Shoppe segment, your hosts-Dburt, Capt. Kirk and the "Uncanny" Daryll B. will empty out the following topics from Santa's stockings: the new Terminator: Genisys trailer hits the cyberwebs; just how will Marvel market the upcoming African themed Black Panther film? What are we to expect regarding the merchandising end of this project? (Think: emblazoned "Black Panther" shirts being worn multiracially...hmm); is the WB encroaching on Marvel's gravitas with the upcoming Suicide Squad movie? Oprah, Will Smith, Jared Leto and Tom Hardy in the same film?; discussing the #savestorm campaign-with Greg Pak's Storm series being threatened with cancellation, how can female and minority centered books be saved going forward? And speaking of another graphic novel that must be supported, the crew waxes about the release of Book #2 of the multi part series, March by Civil Rights icon, Congressman John Lewis.
And then the Afronerd Radio machine continues at 7pm! Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they unfurl the following issues: picking up from the last show-we attempt to broaden the discussion on Hollywood's continued antagonism toward Black actors portraying historical/biblical figures (or even fantasy characters like Stormtroopers); Roots drummer, Questlove critiques the silence of hip hop artists on the Ferguson and Eric Garner controversies and lastly, Dburt picks up on what can only be called Victimization Media (fallout on Charles Barkley comments, Ferguson, Garner, etc). YOU WILL BE AMAZED. Call live at 646-915-9620.