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Did you miss us? The show was dark for two weeks, but we're back! Join us for great conversations and book giveaways as we talk with:
Rachel Pastan on Alena
Diane Jacobs on Dear Abigail: The Intimate Lives and Revolutionary Ideas of Abigail Adams and Her Two Remarkable Sisters
Rene Denfeld on The Enchantments
Isla Morley on Above
Listen to the show air live at 8 pm Monday, March 31, or stream later from our on-demand archives. The Literary New England Radio Show can also be downloaded as a podcast from iTunes.
Many jazz musicians have decided to make Washington, D.C. their home after traveling over the world performing jazz. This evening, I will interview Herman Burney a bassist, composer and educator who decided to reside in Washington, D.C. after traveling around America and the world performing music. He has performed with many musicians. For instance, he played the bass for 5 years with Freddie Cole and for 4 years with Rene Marie. The list of jazz performers that he has recorded and performed with is extensive. Rufus Reid described Herman as one of the finest bassist on the scene today. Join us as he shares information about his music and we listen to his CD, Offering. Jazz lives at Jazz Notes.
ChabDog and Rene Betts check out Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals (Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors);
Can Houston's H&H duo wipe up on the Splash Brothers, or will McHale's Navy drown in the City by the Bay;
Update on the Cleveland-Atlanta series;
MLB and NHL updates;
Sanford and Son music ... is this the big one for Grady Harden?
Will hack-a-Howard be brought out of the closet?
Take in the beautiful Spring air! It's another great day in the Soul Neighborhood and we are blessed to have a talented visitor come by. Today's episode is brought to you by the letter S as our guest is soulfully talented. Lydia Rene is a trained pianist who shared the stage with some big names. She's now sharing her latest album Vintage Heart. Join us tonight as we take you on yet another soul-gasmic journey with the host Q-man and co-host T.Mitch as we present Lydia Rene.
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In 2008 Dr. David Imhotep received the first Ph.D. concentrating in ancient African history from Union University in Cincinnati, Ohio. He has served as President of the Egyptology Society at the Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium and was the founder of A.S.C.A.C. in Miami established in 1991. He has been featured in several magazines as the Journal of Black Studies, entitled the “African Aqualithic Period.” This book is the first in a series of books designed to cause any books about ancient African history to be rewritten.
An increasing number of historical and archaeological finds made around the world have been classified as "out-of-place artifacts" (ooparts). They have been called this because they appear unexpectedly among the ruins of the past with no evidence of a preceding period of development their technological sophistication seems far beyond the capabilities of ancient peoples [because they predated the civilizations that followed.] Drawing on the literature and art of the Chaldeans, Sumerians, Babylonians and others [who actually were able to witness these ooparts], Rene Noorbergen's contention is that a superior race of man was responsible for these scientific marvels that bear testimony to a civilization with technology comparable to our own. Noorbergen, R. (2001) Secrets of the Lost Races, p. 206. TEAC: Services Inc: New York
ChabDog and Rene "I make all the right" Betts look in on all-important Game 5 of the Memphis-GSW series
Can the quintessential Grizzlies Zach and Gasol bully their way to another take back of the hca?
Will Golden State run wild as in Game 1 or be a bunch of jump shooters with no inside presence?
Will Tony Allen be bogus, or will Bogut be an animal?
A discussion of the Chicago-Cleveland slugfest and the other conflicts, including why Blake needs no chariot.
The Ladies are getting to know Authors Chris Renee, LaQuiesha Malone and Maurice Bishop and they're inviting you along for the ride. Discover how these Authors got their start in the literary world, what they currently have to offer readers and why they're here to stay. Listen in as they give their thoughts on the industry, and what they predict will happen in the future. Get ready, because once again the Ladies are bringing you, the cold hard TRUTH and another explosive show!
One of the most stylish and creative lead bassists of this wonderful time in C-jazz is the rising star Julian Vaughn whose fluid bass runs and compositions always seem to hit that special nerve in you that’s reserved for the smooth groove. Here on his latest released,Limitless, he continues to serve it up in abundance.
Bringing in a few luminaries from his Trippin N Rhythm/Cutmore Records family (saxmen Lebron and Darren Rahn, keyboardist Nicholas Cole, and flutist Althea Rene) along with saxmen Marcus Anderson and Elan Trotman, the bassist loads up with heavy grooves and romantic seductions.
The up-tempo but easy ridin’ lead track “Ride Along” firmly complements tracks like the energetic “Initiate” and calls a cool timeout for the fluid entrance of the more laid back romance-laden offering “All to Myself” and the mid-tempo R&Bish “Ecstacy.”
Vaughn’s wonderful tribute to the late great Wayman Tisdale shows how much of an impact the jovial and greatly talented Tisdale had on Vaughan.
We all love a great up-tempo jam, and Vaughn certainly offers his share here, but his skill with crafting slow- to mid-tempo tracks with tons of melody like the previously mentioned “All to Myself,” “I Will,” and “Say Yes” is equally as powerful and full of charm.
Here is a bassist who is doing it the right way…feeling the genre and the groove and how it moves him and his music to always strive for excellence. As the album title could imply, his potential is truly Limitless. – Ronald Jackson, The Smooth Jazz Ride.
Listen in or call in as ChabDog and Rene "I make all the right" Retts survey the situation in all-important Game 3, LAC-SAS.
Can the Spurs stick it to the Clippers in the ribs another time?
Will the Clippers walk the plank at the River Walk?
Can Doc find a solution?
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From crochet to the Serial Podcast to wearing a jihab, hmm...husbands, ADHD...what didn't we talk about?
Jacinta Rene Brooks began blogging about her interests...and they are many. Please check out her blog, Black Girl, Lost Keys and see for yourself!
Curiosity is one of the primary driving forces behind taking action for someone with ADHD. You are invited to join Rene and me as we discuss how curiosity fuels her, while for me, not so much. Is this a good thing?
What do you think?
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#MyRealTalkRadio interviews Singer/Songwriter & The X Factor USA season 1 Winner: Melanie Amaro.
The winner of the first season of The X Factor USA, Melanie Amaro drew comparisons to classic R&B divas such as Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston. Born in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and raised by her grandparents in the British Virgin Islands along with her two brothers and sister, Amaro grew up singing at home as well as at church, weddings, and other occasions, but never entered any talent competitions until her mother encouraged her to try out for The X Factor. Amaro sang Beyoncé's "Listen" for judges Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul (both formerly of American Idol), solo artist and former cat Doll Nicole Scherzinger, and producer L.A. Reid at the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Florida. She was chosen as one of the 32 finalists and sang Michael Jackson's "Will You Be There" for Cowell, who selected her as one of his singers to mentor for the season. When she didn't make the cut for the 16 finalists, Cowell decided he'd made a mistake and she became the show's 17th finalist. Amaro did well during the season, becoming one of the final three singers along with Chris Rene and Josh Krajcik; on the final episode in December 2011, she was named the show's winner, earning $1 million for herself as well as a $4 million contract with Epic Records. She also appeared in a Pepsi commercial with Elton John that aired during Super Bowl XLVI. Amaro's debut album, Truly..., featuring the single "Don't Fail Me Now," Melanie is currently in the studio working on a solo album which is set for release in the fall 2014.
Join Monster X hosts, Gunnar Monson and Shane Corson as they broadcast live from HopsSquatch!
HopsSquatch is a monthly Bigfoot and Beer speaker series hosted by Guy Edwards in Portland Oregon.
We'll discussing this month's HopsSquatch speaker, Larry Lund.
This is a MOnster X you will not want to miss. Larry Lund doesn't travel the Bigfooot circuit as much as he used to. His last public event was possibly three years ago at the annual Skamania County Bigfoot Bash. It is a rare honor to have the opportunity to meet the man who did research with all the original four pillars of Bigfoot research. That's right, Larry Lund rubbed elbows with John Green, Rene Dehinden, Grover Krantz and still keeps in contact with Peter Byrne.
Before Finding Bigfoot, in the 90's, the Bigfoot authority you wanted on your TV show was Larry Lund. Larry made several TV appearances including the Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
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