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Come and celebrate the Nations Oldest African American Festival celebrating religious freedom, freedom of speech and the right of assembly.
The festival is held at the Harriet-Tubman Riverfront Park in downtown Wilmington, DE with activities for children and adults with music, vendors and fun for all!!
Come share the heritage, music, crafts, singing, stage performances, children events, storytelling, vendors, food arts, African clothing, books and national known recording artis
Join Rich Gehlhausen Host of ON THE LINE Public Interest News and Special Guest for this National Event.
Library Of Congress Jennifer Gavin
The Library of Congress and Honorary Chairs President Obama and Mrs. Obama invite you to the 15th Anniversary National Book Festival, Saturday, Sept. 5, 2015, at the Washington Convention Center. To mark this special occasion, as well as the 200th anniversary of the Library's acquisition of Thomas Jefferson’s personal library
Join American Hauntings and host Loren Hamilton for our Fourth Annual Festival of Haunts -- our End of Summer event to benefit the historic and haunted James Eldred House! The FREE daytime event features chilling presentations ghosts, hauntings, spirited locations, true-life encounters and unsolved mysteries! Meet authors and speakers and, network with ghost enthusiasts from all over the region and later, join us for a special ghost hunt or haunted campout that will make this a haunted weekend that you won't soon forget!
Make Eldred, Illinois THE place to be on Saturday, August 29 for the Biggest and Best Summer Festival yet!
Join Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series,http://www.johnlennonseries.com as she takes you on a quick 45-min. tour of Beatles at the Ridge, the FREE Beatles festival coming up in Walnut Ridge, AR, Sept. 18 and 19. You'll get to meet 3 of the authors and artists who are volunteering to make this a wonderful, informative, and Beatlesque weekend! First, meet famed musician (he's played with Paul McCartney and Bo Diddley), Anthony Robustelli, whose book I Want to Tell You: The Definitive Guide to the Music of The Beatles, 1962-63 is one of the best books written on the complete catalogu from that era (cover songs included!). Anthony will tell you about the "Multi-Track Meltdown" he'll be doing at The Ridge...and taking requests! Then, Dr. Kit O'Toole, Contributing Editor of Beatlefan magazine, will share her special insights on Beatles music from her new book, Songs We Were Singing! And she'll give us a sneak peek of her BATR presentation, "Beatles Sounds That Changed the World 2.0"! She'll also make 2 BIG ANNOUNCEMENTS! Finally, reknown Louisiana artist Rande Kessler, will talk about the 4 mediums in which he has captured the spirit of The Beatles for The Ridge: photography, pen and ink art, charcoal sketches, and his gorgeous mixed media sculptures of each Beatle! Coool stuff. Don't miss this great show!
When a city's largest employers pull out and the population begins to decline what do you do? Find new corporations, preserve the downtown, improve the quality of life by improving the schools, rebuild neighborhoods and focus on becoming one of the "Top 100 Arts Small Towns in the United States."
Enter Artisphere, now in its 12th year and awarded Top 20 event out of the "100 Best" Art Shows in the country by Sunshine Artist Magazine, a Top 10 Fine Arts and Fine Craft festival by the Art Fair Sourcebook, and #3 out of 20 finalists in USA Today's 10 Best Reader's Choice Award for Best Art Festival and listed in ArtFairCalendar.com's Best Art Fairs in America.
Kerry Murphy, Executive Director of Artisphere and Liz Smith, Program Director, join us to share their experiences.
We'll talk about how a city in the rural South, half way between Atlanta and Charlotte, attracts the nation's top artists and why those artists apply again and again to be part of the event.
How a fine art event is "sold" to the town and how they attract buyers.
The organizational structure of the event, recruiting working board members who expand the reach of the festival.
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Smack, PeeDee, and Butter B reporting live from the 7th annual Dover Urban Music Festival bringing you live interviews and a boatload of support for the independent artists.
We discuss all things Festival Italia this evening with a special secret guest caller. Festival Italia entails both a Friday evening Dinner Buffet as well as Saturday event. Oh and half of us are podcasting live from the Dockside in Wakefield! We hope you enjoy!
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Helios Film Festival Director Lana Read & Festival Co-Director Ramsey Stoneburner to the show.
The Helios Film Festival is an annual three-day event. Helios is the place for filmmakers to get their short and feature films seen, network with actors, filmmakers and production companies. Helios Film Festival, for film enthusiasts and high quality films!
Lana began her career studying with Playhouse in the Park alumni, Colin Worster. Lana went on to study for many years with the impeccable, Silvana Gallardo at The Paris Actor’s Studio. Lana is now a Film Director with Garnet Films as well as an Acting Instructor with The Core Studio in Cincinnati Ohio. Read’s career has spanned more than 10 years on screen, behind the camera and preparing actors for honest performances on stage and on film.
Jerrod Carmichael is our guest. He chats about the premiere of his latest project:
“The Carmichael Show” - 9:00 p.m. Wednesdays; premiere Aug. 26. Jerrod Carmichael is an executive producer, writer and the star of “The Carmichael Show.”
The program all about TV, now in its ninth year on the air. Our guests: John Ehrhard, executive producer of GSN's new competition series Steampunk'd (launching next Wednesday night)l, and New York Television Festival founder and executive director Terence Gray. Plus an exclusive follow-up segment on The Next MacGyver competition, held last month at the Paley Center for Media in Los Angeles, with MacGyver creator Lee Zlotoff and competition winners.
Paul Kengor-He is a professor of political science and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. His latest book is The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis, The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor. The professor talks about Black Pastors Protest Margaret Sanger at Smithsonian.
Alexis Levinson-Senior political reporter at National Review, where she covers the 2016 presidential and Senate races takes us to the eye of the GOP Presidential storm.
Steve Evans-The Movie Guy reports live from Hollywood, CA on the weekend's box office, with Straight Outta Compton and MI5 coming in 1 & 2 once again. Plus, this week's coming attractions.
Barbara Tako-The breast cancer and melanoma survivor, author, organizing/de-cluttering genius and motivational speaker discusses Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools.
Stacy Washington-A member of the National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network, and a local talk radio host in St. Louis, Missouri talks about the bitter black reporter who gunned down white ex-colleagues live on air and posted the video online.
Horace Cooper- Adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator, asks, "Is the activists narrative that blacks are treated unfairly leading to disgruntled blacks who ultimately go off the edge?"
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