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In the sixth season of Travel Channel's Mysteries at the Museum, airing Thursdays at 9pE, history explorer Don Wildman leaves no artifact unturned as he scours America’s archives, uncovering objects that bear witness to some of history’s most astonishing secrets. Museums are where America displays its wondrous treasures of the past — often strange and curious remnants of the momentous events that have shaped our history. Behind each artifact is yet another story to be tol
Today, I am on location in Las Vegas Nevada having my flag flown at the Clark County Museum. I am being hosted by Mark P. Hall-Patton: Administrator, Clark County Museum system.
This is the same flag that has flown over Cheyenne high school in North Las Vegas where my son Robert teaches English.
It is honor and privilege to do a show with a gentleman that I have seen on TV (“Pawn Stars” and “American Restoration”, take the time out of his busy schedule to both hoist my flag and then talk about his adventures as a museum administer.
Mark Hall-Patton is the Museums Administrator for the Clark County museum system, where he oversees the Clark County Museum, the Howard W. Cannon Aviation Museum, and the Searchlight History Museum. He has been with Clark County for nineteen years, and was previously the Director of the San Luis Obispo County Historical Museum in California.
He is a MAP surveyor for the American Association of Museums. He has authored two books, Memories of the Land (a place names dictionary of San Luis Obispo County, California) and Asphalt Memories (a street names dictionary of the Vegas valley). He has written over 400 published articles, and has written and produced 48 local history videos. In 2009, he hosted a live interview program on C4 television in the Vegas valley, and is regularly seen on the History Channel’s Pawn Stars as a visiting expert. He has also appeared on American Restoration and Mysteries at the Museum.
In addition to the Nevada Museums Association, where he served as President from 2000 to 2002 and 2008-2010, and has previously served on the California Association of Museums and Western Museums Association boards. He is a member of the Board of the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation, and the Nevada Aerospace Hall of Fame.
Every Friday evening at 9pm est. Jan Eberle's Swing Museum.
The Swing Museum with Jan Eberle celebrates the very best of Big Band, Standards and Jazz. As a "second generation-er" and performer (daughter of big band singing balladeer, Ray Eberle and niece of baritone crooner, Bob Eberly), I've been blessed with a unique understanding and incredible passion for this Era. One of the things I enjoy most about this show is bringing snippets of history and rare tidbits about the artists and music... some personal.
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Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro League Baseball Museum in Kansas City, joins Amiri Tulloch on JG Sports Talk.
Bob comments on how the Negro League came about, which Negro League players would have translated well to Major League Baseball, and his thoughts on the declining number of African-Americans in the sport today.
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"Beyond the Cutting Edge" is a one-of-a-kind spiritual radio show, exploring the material of the international renowned mystic and empowering contemporary teacher, Almine. The show is hosted by Noor Milekpah and Marc Peycker. The new information that is received by Almine, probed by their sharp and heartfelt inquiries and questions, bring us into state-of-the-art spiritual territory, taking us ‘beyond’ the limits of today’s existing paradigm, beyond what is currently known to man. In this way, the information explored and discussed is always fresh, enriching, deeply metaphysical, and stimulating for both heart & mind. Join us live Sundays at 9 AM PST(/12 PM EST/5 PM GMT/6 PM CET) for an inspiring show, taking us all on a mystical voyage: “Beyond the Cutting Edge.”
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8:00 --> Amiri looks at the first few games of the NHL playoffs with NHL writer Steven Liberman. Who's impressed Steve the most so far, and what series does he have his eye on? Steve let's us know.
8:15 --> Bob Kendrick, president of the Negro League Baseball Museum in Kansas City, is interviewed on the show. Bob comments on what the Negro Leagues were, which players would have made great MLBers, his thoughts on declining number of African Americans in the sport, and more.
8:30 --> With the NBA playoffs slated to start on Saturday, Amiri gives his predictions on all of the series.
8:45 --> In the JG Sports Talk Newswire segment, Amiri looks at the under-the-radar sports topics of the day. He discusses the NCAA's food rule change, whether or not the 49ers should keep Aldon Smith, and Craig Sager's leukemia diagnosis.
This episode originally aired 6-2013.
The official Cardboard Connection Radio show with your hosts Doug Cataldo, Rob Bertrand and Russ Cohen. Enjoy 90 minutes of sports, entertainment, trading card and memorabilia talk.
Arlene Marcley, curator of the Shoeless Joe Jackson Museum
Visit www.cardboardconnection.com for all of your trading card news, checklists, forums and more.
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David Wright - http://longflyball.blogspot.com/
Doug Cataldo - http://dougcataldo.blogspot.com
Rob Bertrand - http://voiceofthecollector.com
Russ Cohen - http://sportsology.net
Enjoy Cardboard Connection Radio every Wednesday and Friday evenings at 10pm EST.
Various ancient African Egyptian topics are discussed with host Unut Anpu. Topics are based on the teachings of Shetaut Neter (Egyptian Mysteries) as taught by Dr. Muata Ashby of the Sema Institute and the Temple of Aset.
On Saturdays at 3:00 PM CST the latest Christian Persecutions around the world are discussed. Bring your bible or doctrinal questions, testimonies, or prayer requests and call into the program at 1 646 478 5014. Today is completely open.
LiveParanormal.com Presents: The Cajun Ghost Hunter chronicles
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Join me, Stanley Jolet, the Cajun Ghost Hunter, as I play and discuss EVP/ITC I have captured at the many locations in South Louisiana and beyond that I have investigated and visited. Joining me in future shows will be guests that are paranormal researchers, authors, and investigators to discuss their evidence and their adventures they experienced over the years. New to EVP/ITC? I will reveal what instrumentation I utilize to capture my evidence and the procedures I use during my investigations. Tune in and discover how a scientist became a paranormal investigator and how my plunge into the paranormal revealed secrets and mysteries that hard science cannot explain. It should prove to be a hauntingly, informative hour for all interested in the paranormal.
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Host Deardra Shuler talks with award winning director/producer/documentary filmmaker Nadine Patterson about her film "Tango Macbeth," a Shakepearean tale told with a unique slant which will be screening at the Magic Johnson Theatre on Wednesday, April 23rd at 6:30:00 pm in Harlem. Ms. Patterson has a background in theatre, world cinema and documentry film enabling her to create works grounded in historical contexts, with a unique visual palette. She operates her production and consulting company, Harmony Image Productions with her mother Marlene G. Patterson. Through the company they make multicultural films and media content.
Holding 2 Master degrees, Ms Patterson has taught video production at West Chester University, Temple University, Arcadia University, Drexel University, University of Western Sydney (Australia) and Scribe Video Center over the past 20 years and is the only filmmaker selected for The Biennial 2000 at the African American Museum in Philadelphia.
Among her films she includes “I Used to Teach English”, Winner Gold Apple Award 1994 National Educational Film/Video Festival, Oakland, CA; “Anna Russell Jones: Praisesong for a Pioneering Spirit”, Best Documentary 1993 African American Women in the Arts Film/Video Competition, Chicago, IL; “Moving with the Dreaming”, Prized Pieces award from the National Black Programming Consortium in 1997; “Todo El Mundo Dance!” selected for the 2001-2002 Council on Foundations Film and Video Festival. Other notable works include: “Shizue”; and “Release."
In 2011, she published her first book Always Emerging which regals her experiences as an independent filmmaker. "Tango Macbeth" has screened in film festivals in Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Washington D.C., Mar del Plata Argentina and Paris France.