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A recent report said that two gay NFL players are refusing to come out publicly as gay because they don't want a lot of media attention for any kind of big announcement. It's an interesting revelation that both reflects and belies what we think we know about professional athletes.
On the one hand they want all the attention they can get to maximize exposure. Exposure means more of the all-mighty dollar that so many of them seek in the short span of their careers. On the flip side, we often hear that athletes don't want to be known as the "gay athlete" but just want to be known for their athletic accomplishments.
We discuss the idea of the media keeping athletes in the closet, and also the impact that big-name professional athletes can have when they come out publicly.
Plus, we have the growing attention being paid to trans issues in sports and the generosity of one young gay professional athlete named Robbie Rogers.
This Saturday Change The World Wrestling will put on the second show and this show will benefit the South Amboy Rec Department. Tonight I will talk to Colin West about the show and all the amazing matches. If you want to talk this amazing show the number to call in is 323-870-4022. Tune in,Call in,Enjoy The Show.
On July 29, 2015 we will have a very special show for you on Y-CLAD CHAT.
First, we'll be chatting it up with LookBooker Owners Giorgia Rossi and Renee Robbie. LookBooker is an online platform that is revolutionizing the way consumer's book hair and beauty appointments. This platform allows you to search by service or curated neighborhood. It provides the option to compare and instantly book an appointment 24-hours a day from any web or mobile device. By simplifying the process for consumers and also offering streamlined booking solutions and online presence for salons, LookBooker is quickly becoming the leading aggregator of this space.
And if that's not an amazing show on it's own, we'll be chatting it up with Lisa Kim of Lisa Kim Fine Jewelry. We'll be viewing and talking about her amazing collections, as well as, her successes and the upcoming JA show where Lisa will be showcasing her jewelry. Lisa Kim has amazing pieces that represent courage, truth and triumph and amplifies a woman's innate ability to conquer all. Each of her pieces serves to remind us that true beauty and grace are found by facing one's challenges; the way heroes did in myth and legend.
Then we'll have the weeks round up of industry news, events and events to attend.
Co-host K.C. and Cailin will bring you the designer feature of the day which will be the Enamel Hinge Cuff in Turquoise by designer CC Skye. The Enamel Hinge Cuff is a turquoise and gold cuff with a chain enclosure available now on www.y-clad.com.
Mary Aurtrey is a member of the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE) since 1991. She is currently the Network Director for Women In Networking (WIN), Indianapolis, a professional women’s network of (NAFE). She directs general guidance of operations, management, and personnel of the network. She was recognized by NAFE in 2008 as the Woman of Excellence Award for Mentoring.
Mary Aurtrey is a Systems Accountant in the Headquarters Accounting and Reporting Systems Office, Information & Technology, at the Defense Finance & Accounting Service Center, Indianapolis, Indiana. Some of her responsibilities include managing Systems Interface Agreements, Contingency Operations Planning, and Financial Management Internal Controls. She has successfully completed the Lean6 (Sigma) Green Belt and Black Belt Training. She has a Masters Degree in Executive Development (Ball State University, a Bachelors Degree in Business & Administration (University of Maryland) Europe, and an Accounting Degree (Vincennes University). She is a graduate of the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy.
Mary served in the United States Army for 22 years, retiring at the highest enlisted rank of Sergeant Major (E-9) at Fort Benjamin Harrison (Indianapolis) and served during the Vietnam and Desert Storm eras.
The Co-Director of the Group is Lottie McCallister, she brings to the group 30 years of accounting experience. She has a BS in Accounting from Indiana Wesleyan University. She has been 18 years with Primerica, part time and 6 years with the US Government DFAS Full Time. She holds Life Ins., Property & Casualty and Variable Contracts State Licences and has Series 6,63 and 26 Securities Licenses.
Red Moon Travelers CD available www.cdbaby.com/cd/redmoontravelers
Red Moon Travelers, a pop, rock and indie band from Tampa Florida
features the songwriting of Robbie Royer - vocals/guitar/keys, Stevie Watts
- drums, Ed Campbell - percussion, Rich Lansberry - vocals/bass & Max
Bolton - vocals/guitar/keys.
Cynthia James is a transformational specialist guiding people as they make changes for lasting healing in their lives. As a speaker, coach, performing artist and multiple award winning author of What Will Set You Free and Revealing Your Extraordinary Essence, Cynthia has coached and supported thousands of people worldwide into vibrant living. Her program, Advanced Awareness Coaching, offers depth, focus and results for high level business leaders. In 2014, Cynthia’s Extraordinary Living Project was selected to be a Commitment Maker by the Clinton Health Matters Initiative. She serves as minister in Special Ministries at Mile Hi Church in Denver, CO. Internationally, Cynthia creates and facilitates Inward Journey pilgrimage retreats. She has completed a Masters Degree in Consciousness Studies from Holmes Institute and Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. Cynthia is personally committed to utilizing creative expression as a vital and effective healing modality that will assist everyone in their own personal and professional growth. www.CynthiaJames.net
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Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast presents our regular PANW reports with emphasis placed on developments in the aftermath of the racist massacre of nine African Americans in Charleston, South Carolina. The second hour continues the acknowledgement of Black Music Month where we feature a rare archival interview of legendary African American Jazz composer and artist John Coltrane talking with writer Frank Kofsky. Coltrane talks about Malcolm X, social issues and his journey towards making innovations in the music field. In the final hour we focus on the history of Charleston, South Carolina through a classic radio broadcast from 1948 on Denmark Vesey who led a slave rebellion in 1822. The massacre in Charleston on June 17 took place just one day after the scheduled slave rebellion some 193 years ago. We conclude the program with the music of Leroy Carr (1905-1935) who was originally from Nashville and made a tremendous contribution to African American Blues music during the early 20th century.
June 13 I had the privilege of meeting my Co-Host Mr. Garth Kline at C103 studios because he had a new upcoming saxophone band “Irma and the Boyz’s “that wanted a chance to spread their Musical wings. When asked "Who was your inspiration? The answer came back (1) Charlie Parker and (2) John Coltrane. Which led me to this show !
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John William Coltrane, AKA "Trane" (1926 – 1967), American jazz saxophonist composer. Working in the bebop & hard bop idioms early in his career, Coltrane helped pioneer the use of modes in jazz, was later at the forefront of free jazz.
As his career progressed, Coltrane took on an increasingly spiritual dimension.
Charles Parker, Jr. (1920 –1955), AKA "Yardbird" "Bird", American jazz saxophonist & composer.
Parker was a highly influential jazz soloist and a leading figure in the development of bebop, a form of jazz characterized by fast tempos, virtuosic technique and improvisation. Parker introduced revolutionary harmonic ideas including rapid passing chords, new variants of altered chords, and chord substitutions. His tone ranged from clean and penetrating to sweet and somber. Parker acquired the nickname "Yardbird" early in his career; this and its shortened form, "Bird", which inspired the titles of a number of Parker compositions, such as Yardbird Suite,
Both Coltrane and Parker influenced innumerable musicians, such as Irma and the Boyzs.
Valley, Alabama musician Daniel Brooks got his musical start as the bass player for a local cover band, Fifth Element in 2003, where he cut his teeth playing many bars and private parties. In 2006, while in college in Troy, Alabama, he met a fellow musician and formed the duo Stoned Cold Happiness. Stoned Cold Happiness would continue to play weekly around the local music scene until 2008. In 2009 Daniel would begin to venture into solo music, focusing on honing his skills on the acoustic guitar. In 2012, by happenstance of a late night jam session, Daniel and fellow musician Brett McDaniel laid the groundwork for Daniel & McDaniel, an Americana-Folk inspired acoustic duo. In early 2015, Daniel and Robbie Sellers formed the duo Pell Avenue and are currently working on their first album while playing the Southeast. Currently Daniel is also working on a rock/county acoustic duo with his brother, former lead singer of Fifth Element, MarDe Brooks under the name Brooks. Be on the lookout for Daniel as his music career progresses.
Patricia Hall is an Author, Poet, Spoken Word Artist, Smooth Jazz Radio Announcer, Motivational speaker, and Certified Travel Consultant, and most recently Jazz Event Promoter. She rears from New Haven, CT and stated that it just seemed natural to become involved in Radio Broadcasting after two cousins and one of her brothers paved the way. Before moving to NC Pat was Music Director for KNON Community Radio in Dallas, TX, and an Electronic Technician at KDFW TV in Dallas as well as writing for B.R.E. (Black Radio Exclusive) during the early 90’s.
Pat serves as the Smooth Jazz Director and is an Announcer for 90.5 FM, WSNC on the campus of Winston Salem State University. She Emcee's for the “Coltrane Jazz Festival” in High Point, NC, and the “Downtown Jazz in the Park Series” at the Corpening Plaza every summer introducing Smooth Jazz Artists as well as interviewing them on her radio show. Pat has been nominated by the Black Women in Jazz & the Arts Awards Association for “Best Black Female Jazz Radio Host” in 2014.
In 2013 Patricia released her debut CD Spoken Word Project “But Tomorrow is Sunday and Jazz Is” available at CD Baby, Amazon, and other on-line sources, as well. Her Published book of Poetry, “Ammunition for God's Soldiers,” is available on Patricia's website at www.Patriciahallstudios.net as well as local venues in the area. Patricia also has pieces published in Inacubula Scholar Journal Spring 2014.
In addition to the Radio Station, Patricia is also a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, The Bookmark Festival, and participates in events at Salem College like judging writing contests and participating in Poetry Readings while attending Salem College and studying Creative Writing.
One of the true pioneers of US Soccer, in 1989 Paul Caligiuri made "The shot heard round the world" against Trinidad and Tobago that put the United States in the World Cup for the first time in forty years. In pulling off this completely unexpected upset, Paul and his teamates insured the US hosting the 1994 World Cup which provided the momentum and financial impetus for future National Team success (U.S. has qualfied for all six World Cups since then) along with seed money for the first successful professional soccer league in the United States - MLS. If you are among the million plus US viewers each week that watch NBCSN's coverage of the Barcley's Premier League, you know well expert pundit and commentator Robbie Earle. Both football legends join us live from the Podcast Cubby at the Olde Ship British Pub and Restaurant. We talk how each grew to be professional and National Team level players, how soccer has grown in the US v England, BPL teams' summer transfer window needs,FIFA, and some of Paul's personal interfaces with names you hear related to the FIFA scandels. We talk fast paced footy with two worldwide experts - the contrasts and comparisons between a Brit and a Yank and thier interactions with our expert panel make this by far our best show yet!
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the situation in Libya, Yemen, Iraq and Nigeria. The second hour of the program presents an archived edition of the May 4, 2015 New York City version of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe and produced by Bernard White of Community Progressive Radio (CPRMetro.org). In the final hour we enter the first phase of our annual tribute to Black Music Month looking at some aspects of the music of John Coltrane from 1961-62 as well as the first album of the Jimi Hendrix Experience, Are You Experienced, from 1967, through an interview with studio engineer Eddie Kramer.