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Picking Back Up On Last Monday's topics of "TAX SEASON DOPE BOYS" & "WOMEN WHO TURN INTO RETARDS WHEN TAX SEASON HITS"
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Today on the Video Marketing Madness radio show it’s Rod Holmes, partner at Chicago Style SEO in – where else? Chicago IL. Chicago Style SEO is one of the top online marketing companies in the Midwest. Rod keeps up on all the SEO changes and is also an expert on pay-per-click. We’ll focus a lot on PPC since we’ve yet to do that on the radio show.
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To introduce and present the Shaykamaxum Empire and Republic Governments' Platform and Agenda for the Inhabitants of Mother Earth
Relationships are a lot of work. What things do you need to know about maintaining your individual identity, choosing the right mate, roles, communication, emotional needs, etcetera? Our guests will be authors and motivational speakers, Angelia Menchan and Sidney Andrews. We'll also be joined by security professional, Ray Baker. These individuals have a total of 80 years combined marriage/domestic partnership experience. You don't want to miss this show!
Tonight!! On "TheMusicBox!" It's a RADIO-A-THON to help raise funds to introduce gifted, yet under-served youth to the same world-class arts training provided at the nation's top summer arts & music programs! This is made possible, through a summer arts program called Teen Arts Program, or 'TAP!' [A partnership with the DC Jazz Festival and Hosted at Howard Univerisity]
The 3-week overnight multidisciplinary summer camp & 1 week jazz camp has become the best hidden secret and premier summer arts camp on the East Coast. This year’s ambassadors include world-renowned opera diva Denyce Graves, The Joffrey Ballet residency, Ray Mercer from Lion King, Oscar Hawkins (Kirov Ballet/Cirque Du Soleil) and 30+ additional resident artists who will teach multidisciplinary classes from Opera to Hip Hop. The icing on the cake is that the program will culminate with showcases and a Broadway style musical at the Kennedy Center accompanied by a professional chamber orchestra alongside the camp instrumentalists
Join guest co-host [and the man behind the idea to rally the financial support of fellow musicians and artists], Mr. Kevin Williams, and I, as we talk to former camp student Tariq AlSabir, who went from Hip-Hop to Opera at Peabody Conservatory on a full scholarship! We also speak to resident artist, D.C.'s award winning percussionist/composer, Victor Provost! We can't wait to see you, as we unite to teach and help our children in any way that we can! The harvest is plenteous, but the laborers are few!
-Tanya, Stellar/Dove Award Nominated Recording Artist
The rebuilding, The Tanking, the 2013/14 Boston Celtics season has mercifully come to an end. Celtic Fans will look to quickly put the 2013/14 season behind them and look toward the teams future. Their future is the 2014 ba draft. We will be joined by Ty Ray and Nick Gelso as we discuss where the Celtics sit in terms of the NBA Draft Lottery position. What Draft Picks could they end up with. As well as which players from the 2013/14 roster are keepers and which ones do we believe should be sent packing.
Ellen Seeling is a trumpeter, bandleader, educator, and recording artist with 35 albums, three multi-platinum with Chic and Sister Sledge. The first woman to earn a degree in Jazz Studies from Indiana U, the Milwaukee native moved to New York in 1975, where she performed and recorded with Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra, Machito Orchestra, Slide Hampton Big Band, Luther Vandross, Laura Nyro, Ray Barretto, Paquito d’rivera, The Temptations, Larry Harlow and Latin Fever, Joe Cocker, Cornell Dupree, Isis, Ben E. King, Martha Reeves, and Larry Elgart. In 1980, Seeling and saxophonist Jean Fineberg formed DEUCE, recording original compositions on Deuce (1986) and Windjammer (1996). In 1989, they relocated to the San Francisco, performed with DEUCE, Bo Diddley, Patti LaBelle, DIVA, Phoebe Snow, Maiden Voyage, and local artists. In 1998, Ellen founded Montclair Women’s Big Band to provide visibility for Bay Area women jazz. They released a CD in 2005. MWBB performed at Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, Grammy Foundation in Los Angeles, Opening Celebrations of SFJAZZ's Miner Auditorium, San Jose Jazz Festival, KCSM-FM Listener’s Concerts, Yoshi’s San Francisco and Oakland, and Human Rights Campaign and Hillary Clinton. Seeling teaches jazz trumpet and ensembles at UC Berkeley and Jazzschool. She taught at Indiana U, Pennsylvania State U, International Women's Brass Conference, JazzCamp West and Kansas City Women’s Jazz Festival. In 2009, Ellen founded and summer jazz camp for girls, Girls’ Jazz & Blues Camp at Jazzschool, featuring women’s faculty from MWBB. In 2011, Seeling and Fineberg launched a similar camp at the Jazzschool for Women. www.montclairwomensbigband.com
Down here in the South we do things a little different. Whatever we're doing we like to have a little fun while we're at it. The same applies when it comes to hunting ghosts. But when the hunt gets going we get real serious. Deep South Paranormal is one big family, a gumbo of ghost hunters. We're on a mission to hunt down all souls and lonesome spirits all over this blood-soaked land.
If you are a black man, it is highly likely that most of you have experienced or heard of crossing paths with a white counterpart on the streets, that she/he will either clutch their purse, or cross the street to avoid your presence. What makes a black man so threatening that the cycle of discrimination, assassination of his being and character, begins as early as birth?
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to take you into two areas. One, where we will interview up and coming R&B Artist, Ray Singleton, who is also a college student, and discuss his music career and “The Threat of the Black Man” from an artist's and college student's perspective. We’ll also play excerpts of an exclusive Hot Topics Talk Radio interview with a young man who is serving time in Albany, NY. Was this young man's destiny determined because of the color of his skin?
Please join us for this very provocative topic:
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 at 9pm PST/11pm CST/12 Midnight EST
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