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Today Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Aran Keating (Artistic Director) & Rob Bradley (Vocalist/Actor) of the Baltimore Rock Opera Society to the show!
The colossal worlds of rock and classical music converge in an epic musical fusion between Concert Artists of Baltimore (CAB) and the Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS): Convergence Maximus at Light City! A new edition of the 2014 musical event that the Baltimore Sun called “a giddy, thoroughly entertaining event” (Tim Smith, Baltimore Sun Online, December 31, 2014), will run for two nights as a part of Light City. This large scale musical event will feature CAB’s full orchestra and chorus accompanied by rock n’ roll musicians performing a diverse and captivating program of masterpieces from the classical repertoire and original selections from rock operas written here in Baltimore. The rapid-fire program will also feature large-scale immersive projections that will accompany each musical selection.
This is a Recording from a Series of Tony King Seminars...
After working as a boilermaker in the steel mills in Ohio, KEVIN P. KEATING became a professor of English and began teaching at Baldwin Wallace University and Cleveland State University. His essays and stories have appeared in more than fifty literary journals. He lives in Cleveland.
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Susan Katz Keating is an investigative journalist specializing in national security. She is a correspondent for Soldier of Fortune and PEOPLE magazines, covering stories such as Bowe Bergdahl, the assault on Osama bin Laden, the devastating helicopter crash that took the lives of SEALs in Afghanistan, and more. A former Washington Times reporter, she is the author of Prisoners of Hope: Exploiting the POW/MIA Myth in America. Her work has appeared in Time, Readers Digest, The New York Times, Air&Space, American Legion, VFW, and other publications. She has been cited in the New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, Salon, and other journals. She is a founding trustee for the National Museum of Americans in Wartime, and serves on the board for Cooking With the Troops. She was a director of the Travis AFB Museum, and served as restoration crew chief on a B-52.
Special Guests: Brian Keating, Gary Keating, and Robert Keating
When looking at the market for pre-war motorcycles, it may seem that field was dominated by just a handful of manufacturers; Harley Davidson, Indian, Excelsior, Henderson. But, did you know that in these very early days of motorcycling, hundreds of motorcycle companies were in existence across the globe? Many of these manufacturers actually date back even earlier than American legends Harley Davidson and Indian! Dozens of these smaller companies were in existence here in the United States, with many of them located in the Northeast. While some of these companies were later purchased by the industry leaders, most of these early builders wound up closing their doors. The design elements of several of these defunct manufacturers still wound their way into the machines produced by the larger companies. Today, machines such as the Flying Merkel, Reading Standard, Minneapolis, Cyclone and several others are invaluable to cataloging the history of the sport and are usually only seen from behind plate glass in a museum. On September 23rd, we are joined by three very special guests. Signing on for the cast on the first episode on our new network, we are honored to welcome the Keating Brothers: Brian, Gary, and Robert. The Keating brothers have an interesting link to the pioneering days of motorcycle development: enter the Keating Wheel Company. Amongst a long and incredible list of milestones, the Keating Wheel Company was the very first manufacturer in the United States to build a complete and running motorcycle (also called a motor bicycle)—MONTHS before Oscar Hedstrom and the Indian Motorcycle Company offered their first machine. Adding to the incredible history of the company, the Keating Wheel Company sued both Indian Motorcycle and Harley Davidson for patent infringement and design, and WON both cases.
The second part of a conversation with Bill Epperly, Ph.D on stages of faith, Ken Wilber's integral theory, and the spiritual health of our culture and planet in terms of psycho-social development.
The Graveyard Cowboy At Midnight is an ongoing with podcast about mysticism, Christianity, and world religion. Bill Epperly, Ph.D is a spiritual director in Chicago. Clint Sabom is an award-winning writer and former monastic in Atlanta.
If interested in the ideas talked about, you might want to check out some books by Ken Wilber, Thomas Keating, and Thomas Merton. For more info on the show, please visit our website
in Self Help
I know you've thought to yourself, 'Why can't I get over this?'
I know you've looked at a friend, a colleague, or a relative and thought, 'Why can't they get over this?'
Well... 'Why can't we?'
First, we have to understand that we have "The Human Condition."
When we popped on the planet, we arrived as a baby girl or a baby boy. We were dependent. We needed security in the form of food, drink, and shelter. We needed some semblance of control. We needed the approval of those around us. But as we mature, we must begin to understand that we are capable of being self-sufficient. We can take action in the world. We can gain experience. We can fend for ourselves. We can grow up. Getting your head wrapped around the fact that you have the power within to make your dreams turn into destiny is the work of the mature.
As the Center for Contemplation states, "God calls us to live in a real world as mature people. And so, growing in God's grace is a gradual process of stepping into the light, of owning up to ourselves and becoming fully human."
In essence, we are expected to grow up and "go" after life so we can SHINE. Join Nicole Greer, PPCC, aka The Vibrant Coach for a lesson from The Human Condition by Father Thomas Keating.
This episode deals with objections and fears about mysticism, and it also addresses the urgency of reviving the Christian contemplative tradition, as many go outside the tradition because they are so bored and unfulfilled within it. Also, original blessing (the idea that a part of us is untouched by original sin) is understood in light of redemption and the path to divine union. Thinkers like Thomas Merton, Thomas Keating, and Matthew Fox are discussed along the way.
Welcome to The Graveyard Cowboy At Midnight, a podcast on Christian mysticism. For more, please check out our website at http://www.thegraveyardcowboy.com
When YouTube approached the popular cellist Zoë Keatingwith their new music streaming service earlier this year, they delivered an ultimatum: sign the contract, or your artist channel will be blocked.
The move sparked a wave of outrage among musicians when Zoë wrote about her experience. Independent labels had already negotiated with YouTube’s Music Key service for months, but hadn’t reached a workable agreement. YouTube’s terms are certainly harsher than those of other streaming services, but the truth is that streaming services on the whole are a bad bet for successful independent artists — if you want to earn a living selling your music.
Still, streaming services grow in double-digits year after year. We’re reaching a point in which most music listeners will be using at least one of them. The situation hands artists a dilemma: do you accept the low rates paid by streaming services in exchange for exposure? Or do you eschew the services and risk losing part of your audience?
Your answer to this question depends on how you make a living as an artist right now. If most of your income is from music sales, like Zoë Keating, then putting your music on a streaming service is probably a bad idea. On the other hand, if most of your income comes from other sources, like live performance, then streaming may still be worth it for the access to listeners.
Streaming Sites Aren’t On Your Side (Even If They Want to Be)
So after a week together, In our 15 minutes to thrive to keep your business alive. We are ready for the final- self - business and over all healing, so we can move forward to start healing others in a BIG way!!
Psychotherapy is what God has been secretly doing for centuries by other names; that is, he searches through our personal history and heals what needs to be healed - our own self-inflicted wounds. "Keating"
I really believe that breath, in and of itself... can become the ultimate self-healing tool. "Tagawa"
My self healing lies in praying for those who have harmed me. "Marianne Williamson"
Who has the best chances of making it to the general elections and White House? Weigh in with your thoughts or listen to our panel of pundits share theirs.
Listen to Keidi Keating share her story of how she reawakened to living in the light. What is it to reach rock bottom and then to ask the universe for a sign. Less than 24 hours later, Keidi, relates she received her answer in the pages of a magazine. Amazing spirtual teachers began to magically show up in her life.