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Ep05: Shining Polaris Cosplayer and Model
Shining Polaris, from the greater Chicago IL area, joins the Undead Podcast to talk about
what Cosplay is, how she go into Cosplay, and some of the social Do's and Don'ts in the Cosplay Community.
Shining Polaris also shares with us a little about her favorite costumes and how much time she puts into creating them.
Undead Randy also learns that tying his mother's best bath towel around his neck and pretending to fly is not Cosplay.
Mike and Andrew shift the show to Tuesday night due to the Habs facing the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday. Topics on the show include Pacioretty Week being a gigantic success, Andrew's first press access to a game at the Bell Centre, changes coming with the Hamilton Bulldogs, and the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
The debut show of a new show on EOTP Radio called Ears on the Prize, with hosts Andrew Berkshire and Mike Obrand.
Today's episode will cover a range of topics from where Douglas Murray fits with the Canadiens, which Habs have the best shots of being Olympians, the biggest worries going into the 2013-14 season, and a brief season review to get us all up to speed going into October.
Polaris Rose, the dynamic Los Angeles indie rock band made up of Peter Anthony and Madelynn Elyse return to Music Friday with their new EP, Oceansongs. Peter and Madelynn combine luminous songwriting with effortlessly eccentric sound characterized by intricate harmonies in an electrifying atmospheric style. The result is a unique collection of diverse, energetic, pop-infused melodies. They released their newest EP, OceanSongs following the success of their debut offering, The Moon & It’s Secrets, which we previewed on Music Friday, and we are delighted to have them back again.
Justin Dzuban, makes great music!. He is no stranger to unique and classic pop and rock styles and his influences range from Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones to Johnny Cash and Bing Crosby. His style of embracing his natural tones and influences has developed his New/ Old sound of Rock and Country kicked up a notch by his baritone voice.He combines these varied music passions into an original yet familiar sound of Americana and Classic Rock influences on his second album, “Shakedown,” due out next month, and we get a preview!.
Doña Oxford, the "Queen of Boogie Woogie" will drop in for a minutes to preview her upcoming birthday bash show at Brennan's in Los Angeles.
Political / editorial cartoons convey messages into daily life. These messages fertilize social movements, large and small.
Meet Pulitzer prize award recipient Clay Bennet. With over 45 awards to date, his cartoons often challenge souls to ponder topics large and small. In honor of Pride and the on-going expansion of marriage equality across our nation, his recent cartoon inspires lively commentary from conservaties to liberals alike.
Join us to listen to Clay's evolution on his journey to tackle LGBT civil rights issues. After the show, be sure to visit (bookmark, favorite, like, etc.) the following sites:
Clay Bennett's Facebook page
Times Free Press
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Arlington, WA – We’ve all heard the phrase, “Timing is everything.” Whether you’re starting a new company, launching a new website or making new products or services available, there’s a fine line between jumping the gun and missing the boat. But how can we know when the time is right?
Polaris Business Guides specializes in helping individuals and businesses create higher levels of prosperity through the use of astrology. Led by Madeline Gerwick, an internationally recognized and certified astrologer, Polaris Business Guides helps these individuals and businesses maximize their opportunities by working in harmony with the Universe.
“We help business leaders prosper by teaching them how to embrace prosperity,” says Gerwick. “We’re particularly interested in helping business people get out of fear and the scarcity model and move toward an abundance and prosperity model."
25 years ago, a group of astrologers conducted a study of 1,400 bankrupt businesses to determine if their failure had been influenced by the cycles of the stars. The study found every one of these business began during what’s known as a “time-out” period where success was virtually impossible.
According to Gerwick, the bottom line for any business isn’t money, but rather the energy that generates money. When businesses focus on lack, a scarcity model, employee morale is low and stress is high. These companies are literally pushing money away from them at the energetic level.
“From an energetic standpoint there is only abundance, but we’re masters at convincing ourselves of the illusion of scarcity,” explains Gerwick. “If an owner can shift to a more positive outlook, a more prosperous orientation, everyone else in the organization will shift to match that energy.”
For more, visit http://www.AskMadeline.com
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