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In the absence of your beloved hosts we are rebroadcasting the Norman Reedus interview! This show is a fan favorite. Listen in as Norman speaks to fans about "The Walking Dead" Boondock Saints and shares some personal life stories! DeadDave and Lee Platt will be back in the studio Live next Sunday 9/30/12 with guests Neal DeConte as he speaks about his action figure line and Matt Farnsworth director of "The Orphan Killer" a cult film in the making!
Robin Milling chats with Norman Reedus at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival, starring in Meskada. Reedus talks about his role, gives a shout-out to his Boondock Saints fans, and reveals his upcoming gig in the new Hawaii Five-O television series.
Milling About visits Senoia, Georgia, also known as the city of The Walking Dead. This sweet little town just outside of Peachtree City, Atlanta with it's Norman Rockwell Main Street, has become the backlot for the most successful television show on AMC. Walking around you see where the Governor lived, Hershel's farm, the railroad tracks and lots of familiar woods where zombies roam. Don't expect to go there and try to hop the fence that was built around the surrounding woods or find out anything about season five currently shooting there as the show is shrouded in secrecy. Scott Tigchelaar, president of Raleigh Studios, which houses the production, and John Hartnett, former president of Riverwood Studios now with Southern Hollywood Film Tour join host Robin Milling with some fun nuggets about the show.
John tells Robin why the homeowner of Hershel's farm was a tough sell and how tourists love to ring the bell of the Fried Green Tomatoes house even though someone lives there! Scott reveals why Senoia is their permanent production home and how the cast, especially Norman Reedus (Daryl), like to surprise Walker Stalkers visiting The Woodbury Shoppe, the official Walking Dead store. There's a great photo on their Facebook page with Norman and manager Carrie happily straddled behind him on the motorcycle which is on display in the store's basement. Here is where you'll find all your Walking Dead swag. Scott promises an upcoming installation of Penny for Penny's Cage by zombie make-up artist Greg Nicotero. They have specialty items like leather eater keychains with ears made of leather; a throwback to Daryl's trophy of zombie ears he wore on a lanyard around his neck.
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Some of the biggest market applications for Biometrics include Physical Access Entry, Time and Attendance, as well as Single Sign On Solutions. However, Biometrics are also starting to boom into other industry sectors as well, such as airport security, construction/workforce management, and as we all know, mobile solutions as well. In today's radio show, we interview Mr. Neil Norman, CEO of Human Recognition Systems, based out of the United Kingdom. Human Recognition Systems has scored many firsts in the UK, such as:
*Implementing the use of "Iris at a Glance" technology;
*Deploying Biometrics across the correctional and penal system in the UK;
*Deploying Biometrics at a UK based airport;
*Also being the UK's first vendor to offer Multimodal Biometric Solutions.
Of course, we will be finding out first hand about many of these firsts, but also, we will hear about successful client implementations, and what lays ahead for Human Recognition Systems in the coming years.
Run! The wolf is coming! Zach Van Norman and Amy Hood have been caught "Red-Handed" and are ready to huff and puff and blow the house down with their latest episode review! Relive the magic as Ruby learns about lemurs, Red shares romantic moments with Peter, and Granny grabs her crossbow. See you tonight!
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Back by Popular Demand .... You asked for him.... We caught up with him... He's Here!
RIVERS IN A DESERT is excited to announce another rare visit from our good friend TONY "GUITAR" COPELAND!!
Tony "Guitar" Copeland is a self-taught musician from a musical family. By age 5 Tony "Guitar" had settled in his mind to becoming a professional musician. He taught himself to play lead and bass guitars, drums, french horn and later piano. Tony is also an accomplished vocalist whose style is similar to Frankie Beverly of the R&B group "Maze featuring Frankie Beverly". His jazz-style is a cross between gospel, reggae, rhythm and blues, fusion and funk, which appeals to young as well as mature audiences worldwide. It's been stated that he sounds like "George Benson", "Norman Brown" and "Earl Kluh" etc.
Tony Guitar Copeland recently journeyed to the east coast, where he produced featured vocalist, Reginald and Reginald Halsey Jr., who teamed up and did a wonderful job on "Just My Imagination" for his upcoming "Waterfalls" CD release, produced by Grammy award winning, Felton Pilate Co-founder and current member of famous R&B group ConFunkshun.
Copeland is not new to the music industry however; he released the "Panoramic View" jazz project which he wrote and produced on his Indie label "Danay Records" in 2010. You will find it at www.cdbaby.com/cd/tonycopeland.
2 Corinthians 5:14 For the love of Christ constraineth us; because we thus judge, that if one died for all, then were all dead:
15 And that he died for all, that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto him which died for them, and rose again.
Today, August 25, 2014, we will have one of our newest HFR Hosts Queen Tahiyrah as our Guest Host for Rules of the Game. The topic will be Norman Kelley's book The Head Negro in Charge Syndrome: The Dead End of Black Politics (Nation Books) Paperback – May 20, 2004. In this book Brother Kelley discusses Al Sharpton’s entrance into the 2004 Democratic presidential race is evidence of a decaying black political culture where ego trumps politics. It is the last gasp of a tradition that has been transformed over a generation from bold, effective and results-oriented politics to rhetoric and symbolism, argues crime writer and social commentator Norman Kelley. As Kelley shows, what Sharpton covets is the sobriquet—The Head Negro in Charge (HNIC), a symbolic political mobilization that replaces effective politics and organizing. “The HNIC syndrome has seen the rise of symbolic leaders—Jesse Jackson, Louis Farrakhan, Sharpton and now Russell Simmons—who may be charismatic,” Kelley writes, “but are politically unaccountable to the very people they claim to represent, namely African Americans. The transformation has been underway since the 1970s, but most African Americans have yet to confront it.” HNIC syndrome is both a symptom and response to the failings of black political and cultural orthodoxy, of a sclerotic black elite represented by the NAACP and the Black Congressional Caucus, who have embedded themselves into the machinery of the Democratic Party and the conservative movement.
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Dr. Aikyna Finch will be joined by Dr. Darrell Norman Burrell, Faculty and Executive Coach, as he discusses "Empower Yourself Through Education" on Sunday Night's Changing Minds Online Show. Dr. Burrell has a extensive background in education and has helped countless others reach their educational goals. If you have been thinking about starting or returning to school, this is a call you don't want to miss. Call in to (949) 203-4763 at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 8/24 to join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2014/08/25/empower-yourself-through-education
Dr. Walter Martin, the Original Bible Answer Man, takes a close look at the power of positive thinking. If we say positive things, will only good come to us? Are we in danger if we say negative things? What do we do when leaders in the church choose a path that "overturns the faith of some?" 1 Thess 5:21 tells us to put everything to the test, and that is exactly what Walter Martin does tonight, on Night Watch.
It's such a privilege to have the friendship of Norman Woods - who is also known by his Jazz Poet moniker. He has changed it a few times but this current name will stick (I'm convinced!) N-Side The Healer seems right. Especially when you get to know Norman :) From the San Francisco Bay area, he is also a screenwriter and a music publisher. And has had epiphanies in his life that beg to be shared. Like homelessness. And true psychological challenges. In his poetry, N-Side shares those struggles as well as his triumphs. He asks questions - and sometimes he answers them himself. But he wants US to think. Way beneath the surface. Norman's not much for "surface." When you've been on the street, you get to see people at their best and worst. He has never forgot that lesson or any other that he has learned. Hear it for yourself via "Living in the Poetry Hotel" - we'll hear three tracks from this latest project by our beloved friend.
Kim Waters joins us on 8/20! This immensely popular saxophonist is celebrating 25 years of giving us joy - that instrument has produced four # 1 albums and more than a dozen # 1 singles. Kim is from Maryland and folks in the state can tell you - he's a "Hometown Hero!" And it's terrific to know that he returning to this region for a special date at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia. Here's the reason why: Kim has a new CD on the way! Called "Silver Soul", it's full of original music - our "hero" wrote ten of the twelve tracks :) Sharing the immensely warm vibe on the album: Kim's talented wife, Dana Pope, as well as Eric Roberson and the teen actress/singer, Zendaya. We'll hear classic tracks from Kim and get the lowdown on his new & exciting life! C U in The Chat Room!
Help--My Step Child Had Sex In My Bed!
Tonight Talk Radio Host Myron Norman confronts one of the most difficult challenges for married couples everywhere--step families. Unfortunately 70 percent of step-families in America will end in divorce.
On a special KLJN 107.7 Broadcast--youth and school representatives, parents and couples will discuss the reality of couples struggling with step-children gone wild.
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