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Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1963, Louis Pappas began his career on stage with the Drexel Hill Players in 1971. Also an accomplished pianist, he studied classical piano at Settlement Music School. In 1979, he moved to South Florida where he attended Broward College furthering his music education and taking creative writing. In 2004, he founded Angry Pig Productions with the idea of using the camera to bring about social change. His first film, "Off Ramps," a documentary dealing with the issue of the criminalization of the homeless population in his town, had a successful run being selected in five festivals out of only seven submissions. Since that time, he has written and directed several short films winning festival accolades and awards all over the world.
In recent years, Louis has also returned to acting, and has booked roles in several films including: "The Shift," starring Danny Glover, and "The Last Hit," where he plays the lead, a hitman who saves a young girl from a ruthless gangster.
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Join us tonight at 8pm EST for Cussin' Monday-Hoodoo Dating. We'll be talking about dating within the tradition as well as sharing some experiences we've had. Also, we'll give you a few tips and tricks to get the love (lust) flowing. And as always, since its Cussin' Monday be ready for some ratchetness to hit the airwaves. The phone and chatroom will be open. (646) 564-9782 Text line: (770) 648-4171
Join us as we continue with our series exploring conjure's history as told by voices from the past via the Georgia Writer's Project. If you enjoyed the first installment, you're sure to love tonight's show. We'll also be sharing some stories told from ancestors and other first hand anecdotes involving spiritual work, and the phone lines will be open for you to share yours. Tune in at 8pm EST (646) 564-9782
The NBA playoffs are here! On the latest episode of the State of Independence, Jeff and Mike discuss all things playoff related. We dive into our favorite playoff games we've witnessed live, we talk about former Sixers playing on the big stage and we try to predict how soon the team will get back to the big stage. We also discuss the upcoming draft and the possibility of the Sixers getting back into the first-round in a trade.
Jeff is also shamelessly promoting his older brother Dave's ESPN playoff conversation with LeBron James. Check it out here:
As always, you can follow us on the app Stitcher along with all your other favorite podcasts! If you like what we do, feel free to rate us as well!
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Tonight Social Security abuses in Puerto Rico and yes, by our own COngress. Amazing. Also, was our constitution based on the Iroquois Indian constitution? More on Iceland, Monsanto, and will water be the next valuable commodity? Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.
Join us tonight at 9:30pm for an old school Cussin' Monday! We'll be answering the phone lines asking all your questions on spiritual work. We'll also be tackling multiple topics from love to protection. Also, updates on Papa Lou's weekend and other conjure news. Come pull up a chair! (646) 564-9782 Text Line: (770) 648-4171
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Celebrate the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of fame Class of 2015. Amy Beth pays tribute to:
Ringo Starr, The 5 Royales, Lou Reed, The Paul Butterfiel Blues Band, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Green Day, Bill Withers and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts.
We also serve up our For Your Consideration Wish List for 2016.From Carly Simon to America, The Steve Miller Band to Joe Cocker, some classic artists have yet to be inducted into Rock’s hallowed hall. Have a favorite who’s been snubbed?
Tweet before/during show @abwrites e-mail amybetharkawy.com or Call during show only 347-857-4505
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Join us this Friday at 1 PM EDT where we will discuss how to get more value from your business with three thought leaders for small business owners. Our first guest is Barbara Taylor who will help us understand what a traditional small business needs to do if they want to sell to an outside buyer. Next, is Lou Bortone one of the leaders in the country on how to use video as a marketing tool. Lou will help us understand why video is important and what we need to do to get started with using this very powerful marketing tool. Finally we'll be talking with Rick Kozlowski from Lisman and Leckerling to talk about how to put together a key person compensation plan that will help performance as well as retention for the really important people in your company.
The sustainable business is one that will be here for multiple generations. I want you to ask yourself what you would do differently if you were to have your business still be here and operating 100 years from now. It's this mindset that helps you creat true and lasting value in your business.
The top college basketball players in the country are deciding between the NBA Draft or returning to school. Which programs will hold on to their leaders? Plus, spring games are in full swing as we get the first look at new coaches and schemes across the country. We discuss all that and the latest news in college sports. Listeners are welcome to call in for questions and comments.
Tonight... We continue discussing the best to wear every MLB Jersey Number ever, DNash will take us to the Hot Seat, and as always, we'll name our SLZE of the Week!
Listen in as Coach Scott, Sweet Lou, D.Nash and Zo tear apart the sports world. Listen in for the weekly segments where we crown our SLZE of the Week, Scotty Doesn't Know, the Hot Seat (done outside of football season), our picks for the week, and the Sound Off, Send Off! Also, the fellas are proudly the radio voice of the DC Rollergirls!
Call In! Let us know what you think!!
We go LIVE every Tuesday night at 9:00pm from the Basement/Penthouse Capitol of the World. Check out the website: www.SLZESports.com, like us of Facebook, follow us on Twitter @SLZESports and check out the DC Rollergirls when they're live at the DC Armory: www.DCRollergirls.com
The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders. We have an exciting line-up for our show on April 14th, 2015.
Lou Shack, HSCC Coordinator, BDPA Washington DC
Michelle Cooke, Coordinator, National High School Computer Competition Program
The BDPA iRadio Show. Linking Business, Education and Technology. The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders. Sponsored by the BDPA Education and Technology Foundation, and BETF Executive Director Wayne Hicks. Produced by Franne McNeal. Studio Engineering by Everaldo Gallimore. Co-Hosting by Timothy Butts, Jala Cruz and Ronald Story. The BDPA iRadio Show broadcasts the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month. Join us on blogtalkradio.com/BDPA
Tune in tonight as we host an in-depth discussion on divination. We'll be digging deep into the practice and the theory behind divinations. We'll talk about choosing a form that works for you, getting started, things to watch out for, and graduating into reading for others. Readers new and experienced will be sure to take something away from tonight's show. Blend this topic with our usual blend of hoodoo craziness, and this is sure to be a great show. See you on the porch at 8pm EST. Call in: (646) 564-9782 Text Line: (770) 648-4171
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