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Your omnipotent host tasks the right for their intransigent belief that climate change is NOT a problem by pandering to the most ignorant of citizens using the same model that has propelled the NRA to unprecedented heights of hubris as relates to the long-term life of mankind...steadfast refusal to accept anything but what they demand, period. Your always beloved and eternally sexy host will also look at the world of "kid "coaching" and the men who take on this daunting task of teaching sports to those still in single digits...a little like herding cats. Plus other topics of national, internatiponal, and in even more case, absolutely no relevance to anyone but sevsdeadserious.
We're proud to be doing our rock and roll duty with this week's show. Mike has a chance to chat with the one and only Kim Mitchell - songwriter, killer guitar player, radio host, and a whole lot more. His latest release is 2007's Ain't Life Amazing (it is), though he's out on the road right now for a string of dates and you can hear him regularly on Q107. One particularly funny anecdote involves the ever-talked-about Bob Dylan. Tune in for that.
Then, in the return of CM Academy, we'll speak with Aaron Jensen, the artistic director behind the third annual edition of Sing! The Toronto Vocal Arts Festival. Acts like The Nylons, The Kinsey Sicks, Alan Frew of Glass Tiger, Dan Hill, and many others are part of the programming, which includes not only a capella performances, but also daily workshops on vocal technique, the busienss of music, and more.
Dean’s jet lagged, Phil spent all day locking picture on their new film (The Lady Killers) and consequently, this show is coming at you one day late …
In keeping with yesterday’s President’s Day here in the U.S.A., Phil asks an interesting question about the 11th President, James K. Polk.
Dean talks of Thailand on the 10th anniversary of the Tsunami.
They both answer a question about the documentary Blackfishbefore remembering the four show business notables that left us last week (a comedic titan, a Danish film master, a beloved character actor, and a child icon-turned-diplomat).
Then, following a humorous anecdote from Phil involving Alec Guinness, a bay area school teacher and a horror film, your friends in podcasting try to elevate the cultural discourse surrounding the Woody Allen controversy.
Finally, the show concludes with a couple words about women in movies and a killer preview for next week’s show (consider it a cliffhanger!).
Seven days til Christmas, folks! Happy Holidays to our consistent supporters/followers! Stop by this Wednesday for the always informative and insightful Mid Week in Review edition of Afronerd Radio airing live at 7pm. The topics up for grabs this time are: former Death Row CEO, Suge Knight believes "nigga" is the operative term opposing African-American as a descriptor; and TMZ was more than happy to pole their readers (of varied racial strata) which term, "
Our kids today........Parents today.....My take on what is and isn't fair in certain situations that may result in failure to launch later in life. Furthermore, a brief statement and or anecdote on how ones that may to seem to have it all verses ones that seem to have little to nothing doesn't define them at all....A lot o times......IT'S JUST GEOGRAPHY!!! A controversial topic? Yes, indeed it is... However, I also feel it is one of those topics that is far to ove
Is it that time, already? That time being the Mid Week in Review edition of Afronerd Radio airing this Wednesday at 7pm sharp. Join your hosts, Dburt and Captain Kirk as they provide a synopses (with cogent opinions) of the (mid) week's current happenings. The topics for this week's colloquium are: another person of color speaks truthfully about the Trayvon Martin tragedy-enter actor, Romany Malco; Dburt listens to The Champs broadcast featuring Dave Chappelle's silent partner, Neal Brennan and is disturbed by a recent guest; since our listeners appear to dig our Blue Area segment, let's try out another one entitled, "The Anecdote" when we wax about anecdotal info (i.e. the passing of Jazz-Funk legend, George Duke, Russell Simmons has a "Harlem Shadow," Google invests in a 300K hamburger, Dburt revisits the PBS doc, Slavery by Another Name) and lastly, speaking of a Blue Area moment, MSNBC highlights two disadvantaged Mississippian young men of color who both matriculated to the Ivy League! Again, not the show to miss! Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. Excelsior!
It's Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review show, folks! Pull up a seat (or smartphone "Tune In" app if your are walking/driving) this Wednesday at 7pm to listen to the (mid) weekly pop/pulp/political musings of Dburt and Captain Kirk. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. The topics to be analyzed for this broadcast are: the Kenyan shopping mall massacre...when will the terrorism and gun violence cease?; famed director, John Singleton weighs in on White directors that tell Black themed properties; actress Jenifer Lewis gave some rather profound advice to neophyte actors; a recent Motley Fool piece ponders a real life Avengers vs X-men cinematic battle from a financial perspective and lastly, time constraints notwithstanding, for our Anecdote segment, Dburt has a book recommendation entitled, Women Without Race: ‘Miss Anne in Harlem. See you all at 7pm!
Greetings! Please join me, Doctor Dayciaa Smith, on Sunday, August 18, 2013 @ 5:00 pm CST for Divine Experience. I'll give personal updates, talk about POIs for the week, and tell a profound, personified anecdote on the fruits of the Spirit. For our featured story, I'll share eight great reasons to wait on God for bountiful blessings, long-awaited restoration and glorious redemption. Tune in; don't miss this exceptional episode.
Our Guest: Dr. Martin Baroch is world renowned expert in developing maximum stroke efficiency by helping players use the their whole body on the shot. Some subtle stroke mechanics can help yield a lot more leverage on shots. Martin also helps quite a few ATP and WTA players with their serves. He was the full time coach of Petr Korda, and tells an interesting anecdote that changed the history and methods of training...
Infinite Tennis is hosted by Bill Patton, a 25 year career Tennis Professional certified by both USPTA and PTR. He has been honored to learn from some of the greatest coaches in the world and is reaching out, so that you can get to know them, and learn from them. Infinite Tennis also looks out for the little guy, and gives voice to topics in Tennis that affect many of us Tennis Players.
Bill's lifetime study is in The Brain / Body connection, Psychology, Education, and self discovery. Much of the wisdom from these great coaches has guided that discovery.
Planet Green Trees episode 111 – Special Memorial Show September 13 2012 8-10 p.m. 13473269626 dial 1 to get on the air We lost 2 friends from our community this past week, Renee Wolf and Greg Starks, we want to take a few moments tonight to recognize them and give thanks for being touched by them. Please call in and tell a favorite story or anecdote. Also Special Guest: Oakland County Sherriff candidate Jane Boudrdeau Brad Forrester Cheboygan Norml Your host: Attorney Michael Kom