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Join me on the latest episode of #ASTRadio as I preview the 2014-2015 NBA Season! From discussing the Spurs' chances of repeating to LeBron James' return in Cleveland, I am discussing all of that and more on my Preview Special. So sit back, relax and celebrate the start of the NBA Season with me!
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Welcome to @GMBSports: NFL TRADE DEADLINE SPECIAL on NGSC, starring Brandon Medeiros and Nathan DaSilva. They are young rising stars in the sports world, and cut their teeth on other networks, including GohRN (friends of NGSC). So get ready, as they will come all guns blazing in TWO HOURS of action packed sports talk, LIVE every Wednesday night here on BlogTalkRadio. They will be breaking down the World Series and the unfortunate death of young St. Louis Cardinals prospect Oscar Taveras, giving their analysis and recapping the NFL Trade Deadline, the NHL and more specifically, the Boston Bruins, the New England Patriots and their dominate performance against the Chicago Bears, the start of the NBA season and much, MUCH more!
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Actor Manu Intiraymi, Best known for his work on "Star Trek: Voyager" "Star Trek: Renegades" "Orange County" and SO much more! JOIN US!!
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Join Brotha Hest Aden along with Brotah Manu Lewis and other special guest tonight for a special discussion on the Love that is required for us to "Take Initiative" and act on the needs of our Lives, Family, Community, and System!
God = Love, and is expressed in ways of healthy and life giving bonding. It is too much selfishness clouding the judgment of some really good people...in my humble opinion.
We can do better. Let us come to the table an dialogue Family.
Why are we so selfish?
Why is it so hard to be selfless?
What will it take for us to see the beauty in "Taking Initiative"?
How can stepping up be made easier for those who are afraid of the responsibility for laying down the way for the people?
And are we ever going to take the "call to action serious"...and use the purest Love that we know to remain focused upon this road of Continued Healing & Organizational Structuring???
...in Love & Service
Manu Intiraymi joins the program to discuss his new big movie 5th Passanger as well as giving us all an update on the Star Trek television series Star Trek: Renegades and much, much more. Beam on board.
Professor Manu Ampim is an historian and primary (first-hand) researcher specializing in African and African American history and culture. He earned a Masters of Arts degree in History & African American Studies from Morgan State University in 1989. He joins us to speak about the Save Nubia Project which has a program this Sat., Sept. 27, 1-3:30 at Contra Costa College, 2600 Mission Bell Drive at the John & Jean Knox Center, 2600 Mission Bell Drive, San Pablo, CA http://savenubia.org/about-us/who-we-are
Currently, Prof. Ampim teaches history at Contra Costa College (San Pablo, CA), and a Africana Studies/Study Abroad course at Merritt College in Oakland, CA. He also teaches a pioneering 7-Step Primary Research Methodology Course at Advancing The Research.
We continue our conversation with Mr. A. Dwight Pettit, attorney and author of the recent memoir, Under the Color of Law (2014). www.iuniverse.com
We close with UbuntuTheatreProject.com members to talk about the closing performances this week of 4 plays in three locations: Sept. 24-27:
- Actress (Dance of the Holy Ghosts, Marguerite to Maya Angelou: a moment in prose)
- Playwright (Marguerity to Maya Angelou: a moment in prose)
- Actor (Campo Maldito, Radicalisation of Bradley Manning, Waiting for Lefty)
- Director (Grounded, Waiting for Lefty)
- Actress (Radicalisation of Bradley Manning, Waiting for Lefty)
We have a very special guest: Dr. Manu Ampim
Most of us only know of the name Nubia by an obscure reference in the movie that influenced our thinking about Egypt.
In the movie The Ten Commandments and erroneous and generationally poisonous film written by Cecil B. DeMille we are told the biblcal account of the exodus.
In the film the young son of Moses points to a few black people and he says with great surprise, “Look Father Nubians!”
Now, we can go into the corruption of who or what Moses was, and who and what the Hebrews were, who moved out of Egypt, and we may do that at another time, but tonight we are exploring:
Who were the Nubians?
Where is Nubia?
Why is Nubia historically important?
Dr. Manu Ampim, educator, researcher, author and historian will discuss the significance of Nubia and the Save Nubia project.
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September 5, 2014
Friday at 5-7pm pacific time and 8-10pm eastern time.
We'll react to Rademel Falcao to ManU, Chicharito to Real Madrid, Loic Remy to Chelsea, Danny Welbeck to Arsenal and rate other key transfers from this summer's "silly season". Citizens shocked by Stoke City - should we be surprised? We'll talk Spurs v Liverpool, Everton v Chelsea and much more!
Sunday August 31, 2014. Join us as we welcome Kumu Lua Michelle Manu to the Dojo!
Michelle is a woman of "firsts". 1st generation 9th degree Lua black belt under the Olohe Solomon Kaihewalu, 1st woman to make wooden Lua training weapons, the only woman in the Lua Halau in 35 years....and she has the skills and the brains to back up her position in Lua. Join us as we discuss her background, the history of Lua, and much more
Started her martial arts training at 9 years old.
First generation 9th Degree Black Belt under Olohe Solomon Kaihewalu with the Lua Halau of Kaihewalu.
Earned the title of Kumu Lua which means Lua teacher.
Became a professional hula dancer at 14 years old in Southern California and then went professional in the Midwest at 15 through 22 years old.
Competition cheerleader, competition gymnast and a professional women’s tackle football player.
2002 Martial Artist of the Month by World Black Belt, Inc.
Inducted into the Master’s Hall of Fame in 2006.
Has worked on several productions where she has been able to showcase the Kaihewalu Lua for the first time on television and film.
The only woman in the Lua Halau for the past 35 years.
Brings a rare blend of spiritual and physical lokahi (balance) through the Lua (hard) and her Hula (soft).
The only woman documented in history to have ever made Lua wood warrior combat weapons.
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