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TA's Scouting Scoop talks with 2015 dual threat QB prospect Brett Gilchrist about recruiting, academics, baseball, and the upcoming football season.
On this episode Kalonji Gilchrist joins us to discuss "Single Parents and Dating." We get answers to about navigating the murky waters of being a single parent and dating.
Errol "Ras Minimum" Graham son of Irene "Mama Cherry" Haughton and Roy Graham was born in Montego Bay Jamaica where he lived for a very short time during his childhood. He later moved to Kingston Jamaica where he presently lives. He was destined to be an excellent Musician, Producer and Artist. It was at the tender age of 16 years old after moving to Kingston that he was trained by two great men whom he had the utmost respect and looked up to Mutabaruka and Earl China Smith from The High Time Studio. Errol is quite talented in the music field, as a Musician, Producer and Artist being versitile with skills in instruments such as the Drums, Percussion and Bass Guitar just to name a few. Place almost any instrument before him and he will strum the beat. He has played with many Legends such as the late Dennis Brown, Lloyd Parks and We The People Band, Peter Tosh, Sugar Minot, Squidly (who now plays with Ziggy Marley),Ritchie Spice, Sizzla Kalonji, Jah Cure, Jimmy Cliff, Inikamoze, and Queen Ifrica. He is now a member of the Hammony House Band which is lead by his best friend and mentor "The" Gifted Beres Hammond. Touring the world and spreading reggae music to many, is his passion and love....he believes that reggae music has no boundaries as it has the ability to unify people of every race, class and creed........ONE LOVE.
Angel Pitch Events
The broadcast begins with a 15 minute pitch from a promising technology startup. The pitch deck may be downloaded from this site so listeners can follow along.
A period of Q&A follows where a panel of expert advisors and angel investors can ask questions of the presenters.
The panel scores the startup in key areas including:
The Business Model
Time permitted, listeners may call in and ask questions and offer their feedback.
The Startup: VoxEdu - visit the show page at AngelPitches.com to download the pitch deck
John Ricci - Founder/President at US Angel Investors
Andy Stewart - Managinig Partner at SJH Ventures
William Keyser - Managing Director at Venture Founders LLC
Wayde Gilchrist - Host
Today GetRealLive talks to John Gilchrist who is one of Canada's best when it comes to knowing food. John has reviewed restaurants for CBC Radio in Calgary since 1980 and is the author of ten National Best-Sellers on dining in southern Alberta. He has also released three restaurant apps including Eat Canada, a nation-wide restaurant guide for the business traveller. His weekly Off the Menu column appears in the Calgary Herald and he is a contributing editor for Avenue and Where Calgary magazines. He also writes regularly for Swerve and Harry, and is a member of San Pellegrino’s World’s Top Restaurants judging panel and the Calgary judge for the Canadian Culinary Championships. Gilchrist teaches Food and Culture programs for the University of Calgary and leads travel programs to culinary destinations such as Santa Fe, New York, Rome, and Paris. Join us as we talk about all things Food with John.
Freddie McGregor born 27 June 1956, Clarendon, In 1963 he joined with Ernest Wilson and Peter Austin to form The Clarendonians, He was only seven years old at the time and was known as 'Little Freddie'. McGregor worked with producer Niney the Observer during the late 1970s and early 1980s.In 1975, McGregor converted to Rastafari, which had a profound impact on his music.With the release of "Bobby Bobylon". "Big Ship", "Push Comes to Shove", "Just Don't Want to Be Lonely" and "I Was Born a Winner"; as well as cover versions of many early reggae standards. He has also worked with producers Junjo Lawes, Linval Thompson, and Gussie Clarke. McGregor has also He secured a licensing agreement with RAS Records in U.S. and released Come On Over .He followed it two years later with a similarly well-received album, the Grammy nominated, Anything for You.
Sizzla Kalonji, or simply Sizzla (born Miguel Orlando Collins, April 17, 1976, Jamaica is a reggae musician. He is one of the most commercially and critically successful contemporary reggae artists and is noted for his high number of releases.[As of 2011 he had released over 70 solo albums. In 1995 with a release through the Zagalou label, he then teamed up with "Bobby Digital" Dixon for a series of singles.
Jamaican reggae dancehall artist Daniel “Chino” McGregor sees the release of his debut album, Chino, on May 24, 2011 on the VP Records imprint. The highly-anticipated studio effort from one of reggae’s dynasties, Chino being the son of reggae icon Freddie McGregor and brother of acclaimed producerStephen “Di Genius” McGregor, composes a new formula in reggae and dancehall music
Charles Leslie Gilchrist showed marked artistic talents at a very early age, drawing and painting constantly. His artistic career really began at the age of four, as he was already convinced of his life's path.
His formal art education began at the age of 11 (1951). He was the youngest student ever taken by Genevieve Ingram Frickle, a well known portrait and landscape painter, living, working and teaching in Wichita. She developed his natural drawing talent and taught him to see as an artist.
Charles' journey has led him to many places and careers from truck mechanic, racing engine builder, commercial photographer, graphic artist, and fine artist.
In 1972, Charles reentered the Cleveland Institute Of Art and, while working full time as a commercial photographer by day, graduated from the night school program (1977) majoring in Intaglio print making. Through his studies, Charles discovered the classical concepts of open-eyed meditation and began to create Mandalas as a path to self discovery.
Charles (now back in Cleveland) continues to produce volumes of work in mutable media including Mandalas and photography. He is collected by numerous patrons. One of his most extraordinary commissions (1996) was for a group of 48 paintings (Mandalas based on sacred geometric icons) which are hung in the new headquarters building of the company "Corporate Express," located in Broomfield, Colorado.
In september 2007, Charles launched his first Video Workshop on Sacred Geometry, choosing YouTube to introduce his understanding of Mandalas and Sacred Geometry to the world in video form.
http://www.charlesgilchrist.com/ http://www.gilchristbnw.com/ http://www.youtube.com/user/CGimaging/featured
I had the pleasure of going on the air in Charlotte this morning on WFNZ immediately after general manager Rich Cho came on the program. An excerpt of Cho's interview was played, and wait until you listen to his nervous laughter before saying he is not "shopping" Michael Kidd-Gilchrist but is listening to offers.
That, folks, is semantics.
"Shopping" is a loaded word. "Listening to offers" is a more soothing statement.
I went on to defend the story we posted yesterday about Kidd-Gilchrist, and how he would become expendable if Otto Porter falls to the Bobcats at No. 4.
And let's not forget that when you are in a position like the one the Bobcats are in, somet
Today, we converse with Congolese-born rapper Kalonij Kadima who moves his audience under the moniker 'Kogniak'! He not only entertains the masses with his music, he also advocates for change with his music. A lyrical ambassador for The Democratic Republic of Congo, listen in for a few, and lets change the world through his music. Believe.
Miguel Collins a.k.a. Sizzla Kalonji, a Bobo Ashanti dread Born 17.4.1976 in August Town/Kingston, Jamaica, made his first musical steps as a singer for Caveman Hi-Fi. His energetic singjay-style and spiritual lyrics earned him enthusiastic acclaim already with his 1995 debut album "Burning Up", while the 1997 follow-up "Black Woman & Child" was an international breakthrough, which brought Sizzla the 1998 MOBO award and magazines' top 100 albums of the year.Sizzla was part of the Phillip Burrel's XTerminator stable, touring with Luciano and the new roots&culture wave. Judgement Yard is like a home to many Rastafari youth, of which the majority wear turbans and trod the earth as battlefield warriors in Selassie Army in that I and I "burn" corruption and dirty livity. Many of these same youths who are members of Judgement Yard fraternity are musicians or have other direct affiliation with the music. As Sizzla Kalonji is a versatile pioneer within Reggae music, so are all of the battlefield warriors who compromise the body of the Judgement Yard organism, while Sizzla represents the head. The Andrew Dixon Foundation is a not-for-profit foundation established to develop self- esteem and motivate youth through the eyes of baseball. The past 3 years has been developing baseball throughout Jamaica primary schools, certifying and teaching Physical Education teachers baseball. Along with the annual back to school and Christmas projects give-a-ways.
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