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With all of the buzz about Fifty Shades, we invited Filmmaker/Actor Ka'ramuu Kush in to tell us what makes his film
as the FREAK takes you well worth investing in, especially for the sex-positive among us. He hopes to stop through, but is very engaged in his role
as inaugural filmmaker-in-residence at the Pan African Film Festival today. Tune in at 6:30pm EST
SUNDAY 2/15/15 and hear about this dynamic artist's new characters and how you can help bring them to life on the big screen in as the FREAK takes you.
The Leadership Freak: Empowering Leaders 300 Words at a Time by Dan Rockwell
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Dan Rockwell. The original live interview was 1/30/15.
Leadership Freak blog began in January of 2010. Dan started writing because he felt a deep need to share the leadership lessons he was learning. Although he started leading at a young age, the last ten years of studying leadership changed his life.
Today, Leadership Freak is read in virtually every country on the globe and has been recognized as the most socially-shared leadership blog of 2012 and 2013. There are over a quarter million subscribers to Leadership Freak’s social media channels. Dan boasts over 301,621 Leadership Freak followers, fans, and subscribers.
Dan also owned two businesses and served fifteen years as a Workforce Development Consultant for a Penn State University Special Affiliate. In that capacity, he designed courses, hired and mentored instructors, and delivered hundreds of presentations for local, regional, and global organizations.
His website is leadershipfreak.wordpress.com/
For more information about the Executive Girlfriends' Group see: http://www.executivegirlfriendsgroup.com
Turn It Up Tuesdays hosted by Magi Love, the spot to get connect with aspiring individuals worldwide.
Playing some of the best indie artists, interviewing individuals from all walks of life and discussing random topics.
Exclusive Listening Session: American Horror Story: FreakShow by Sir Nasty
A few times in each entertainment era, the game gets an anomaly. January, 1983 in Berlin,
Germany such a star was born. Residing now in Macon, GA. after years of
worldwide travel, Sir Nasty developed an affinity for music at just five years
old. Now a father, songwriter, and devoted Christian, Sir Nasty is breaking
every mold known to industry with his new genre, “Horror Music.”
Praised by fans as a “Gothic Gangster,” Sir Nasty goes against the grain that
most mainstream are wooed into following. Connecting early on with the
gothic nation, and saving lives with one on one interaction, influenced Sir
Nasty to mold and create within his own genre of rap music. Often wearing
skulls, masks and black threads, Sir Nasty makes a clear statement that his
individuality is not for sale.
Sir Nasty and his label “Graveyard Entertainment” dismiss the notion that one
has to sell out to make it. The skull gang, and urban gothic movements, are
more powerful than ever. Putting to rest the cross cultural theories that are
manipulated by media. Sir Nasty's out of the box style has fans from all over
roaring for more. "Horror Music" makes bold, stand alone statements that not
just any artist can live up to.
Reacting to the New England Patriots' win in Super Bowl XLIX over the Seattle Seahawks with "Tha Roundtable": Chris Loupe and The Yard/HBCU Sports' Duane Nash. Among the topics:
1) What in the hell were Pete Carroll and the Seahawks coaching staff thinking?
2) Pivital moments in Super Bowl XLIV
3) Does the win remove the "Deflate-Gate" stigma from the New England Patriots?
Deep Thoughts, Deep Space, and the Super-Consciousness