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  • 01:01

    Inside National Geographic Traveler

    in Travel

    The Editor-and-chief of National Geographic Traveler, Keith Bellows, joins World Footprints Radio to talk about the magazine, travel storytelling, his upcoming travel book for children, and his never ending quest for discovering different cultures. Then, because culinary treasures are a manifestation of culture, Shelley Galloway from the newly opened Buddha Bar DC, the newest member of the internationally renowned Buddha bar group, will offer a culinary journey that promises to delight every palate. Finally, Tonya and Ian will introduce a celebrated jewelry designer, Monique Pean, whose socially-conscious and culturally-inspired designs have been featured in the major fashion magazines and have been donned by a who’s who of celebrities including first lady Michelle Obama.

  • 01:00

    Inside National Geographic Traveler

    in Travel

    Keith Bellows, Editor-in-chief of National Geographic Traveler joins World Footprints Radio to talk about his magazine and his upcoming travel book for children. Then, Shelley Galloway from the newly opened Buddha Bar DC, will offer a culinary journey that promises to delight every palate. Finally, Tonya and Ian will introduce a celebrated jewelry designer, Monique Pean, famous for her socially-conscious and culturally-inspired designs that recently caught the attention of First Lady Michelle Obama.

  • 02:24

    National Geographic Proves Teaching on Mr. Yakub

    in Current Events

    The prestigious National Geographic Society has reported that scientists studying DNA have now confirmed that “Europeans as a people are younger than we thought.” Using the unbiased measure of genetic science they point to the same birth date for the European as did The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad. Prof. Alan Cooper, director of the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA at the University of Adelaide, analyzed DNA from ancient skeletons and found that the genetic makeup of modern Europe was established just 6,500 years ago.It is Mr. Muhammad who, in the face of much mockery and ridicule, taught that the white man first appeared 6,000 years ago on the Island of Patmos (or Pelan), in the Aegean Sea, where they had been “made” by a 600-year process of selective breeding called “grafting.” Under the command of a Black scientist named Yakub, the 59,999 Blacks who came with Yakub to the island were placed under a system of mating that was based on skin color, in which only lighter-complexioned babies were allowed to survivehttp://noirg.org/national-geographic-proves-teaching-on-mr-yakub/


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  • 01:01

    ENCORE: Inside National Geographic Traveler

    in Travel

    Keith Bellows, Editor-in-chief of National Geographic Traveler joins World Footprints Radio to talk about his magazine and his upcoming travel book for children. Then, Shelley Galloway from the newly opened Buddha Bar DC, will offer a culinary journey that promises to delight every palate. Finally, Tonya and Ian will introduce a celebrated jewelry designer, Monique Pean, famous for her socially-conscious and culturally-inspired designs that recently caught the attention of First Lady Michelle Obama.

  • 01:00

    Cherry Blosson Festival & Born to Explore

    in Travel

    Today we’ll go on some remarkable adventures and we’ll review the history of friendship between the United States and Japan. Mary Anne Potts has worked in the adventure travel editorial space for more than eleven years. She started on the editorial staff of National Geographic Adventure magazine in 2001 and has moved up the ranks from there.  She has run the magazine’s website and also launched its social media presence. Mary Anne continues to run Adventure as a standalone digital brand for National Geographic and includes her National Geographic Adventure blog which Outdoor Magazine recognized as No. 3 within its Top 10 List of Adventure blogs. Richard Wiese has been called the modern day Indiana Jones.  He is a world-class explorer and host of ABC’s new program, Born to Explore.  As an explorer and field scientist Richard has traveled to all seven continents.  From tagging jaguars in the Yucatan jungles to discovering new life forms on Mt. Kilimanjaro, Richard became the youngest President of The Explorers Club. As a journalist, he has received numerous honors, including an Emmy, a Genesis Award, an Associated Press Folio Award and a Golden Halo Award.  Each year, the National Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates spring in Washington, DC, with the gift of the cherry blossom trees, and the enduring friendship between the people of the United States and Japan.  Washington, DC is celebrating over 100 years of the gift of cherry trees from Tokyo, Japan. 

  • 01:58

    The Ed Boston Podcast - Killing Jesus Coming To NatGeo

    in Christianity

    Tonight I reviewed the upcoming movie from The National Geoprahpic Channel called Killing Jesus. After that I talked about and gave my opinion on the Indiana Religious Freedom Act. The law was read word for word and Indiana Governor Mike Pence's statement was read as well. Also included was a heart felt post from my daughter Brook encouraging people to do their research and not just believe everything you are told.  

  • 00:45

    Actress Noree Victoria

    in Entertainment

    Noree Victoria, Baltimore, Maryland native, has been active in the creative arts her entire life. Starting out writing imaginative short stories and plays, she completed her first bound children’s book at the age of 7. Loving the arts and academics, during her middle school years, she used creative and intellectual outlets to escape her sometimes-challenging upbringing in Baltimore, opting to spend summers in special programs on college campuses studying drama, creative writing, and painting with the help of government subsidized grants and academic scholarships. At the age of 16, once again longing for a life beyond the borders of her home city, she petitioned her school board on her own and successfully won their approval to bypass her senior year, and go directly on to college, earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing and Biology, and subsequently a Master’s Degree in Information Technology. Noree completed her Master’s program with a 4.0 GPA. However, coming from an entertainment family with modest means-- kin to the late jazz musician Eubie Blake, and sister to Emmy nominated actress Penny Jerald-- the lure of acting proved way too overpowering for her to neglect. After completion of her academic studies, she stepped out on faith to pursue her creative passions in the performing arts full time, gaining recognition by winning the Best Actress award at AMTC’s Shine, a nation-wide talent competition drawing over 2000 contestants each year. After being discovered at AMTC, Noree was contacted by the New York Conservatory for the Dramatic Arts and offered a scholarship to study under the direction of some of the most esteemed instructors in the business, taking on Scene Study, Advanced Film Combat, Voice-over, Michael Chekhov technique and Shakespeare Presentation.


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    The Social Media Advantage Of Today's Music Artist!

    in Music

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    Social media is allowing the Artist to connect with there fans in more ways than ever before.

    Social Media has given Artist the creative control of the who, what, when, where, why and how methodology of marketing.

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  • 01:24

    Microsoft Promotes National Small Business Week!

    in Business

    Creative Biz Ideas main focus is the success of small businesses.  We collaborate, exchange ideas and promote businesses and industries that help the growth of your business.  Next week is National Small Business Week, where we celebrate the impact small business has on our society.  To talk about what they are doing next week to add to the celebration is Microsoft.  All week they will have many functions at all of their locations that will benefit any business.  Also, get your weekly tips from our #1 business coach Doug Winnie and legal business advice from our attorney Mark Smith.  Hosted by Nolen Davis and Chris Burres.

  • 02:00

    IURL Presents: The Bearman Radio Show Unapologetic Politico Talk- 4/27 @ 9pm ET

    in Politics Progressive

    Welcome to IURL Presents: The Bearman Radio Show  REPLAY at 9 pm ET. Be sure to not miss the The Bearman Radio Show LIVE each Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from Midnight to 2am ET at WBAD.net and BearmanRadio.com.


    The Bearman Radio Show is Adult Themed Political Programming


    Be Aware -- The BearMan is truly raw, unapologetic talk radio at it's finest! Returning to the Blog Talk Radio in Replay format via the IURL Network, listen in to The Bearman Radio Show Replay each Monday at 9pm ET!


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