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  • 01:02

    PRESSURE PROJECT RADIO - EPISODE 11

    in Pop Culture

    The Pressure Project and Pressure Project Radio is a podcast based movement inspiring men to re-embrace their masculinity through honor, brotherhood, and the pressure to succeed.

  • 02:00

    NEW LIFE MINISTRIES..THE ALPHA AND OMEGA PROJECT W/ REVEREND ARIZONA HARTING

    in Christianity

    Reverend Arizona Harting of New Life Ministries the Alpha and Omega Project ...talks about what it really means to be a Christian Patriot...a Veteran, and a Man of God who speaks the truth of the Word of God and exposes those who wish to pervert the truth....WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A PATRIOT...your real duties..the way it should be done.....


    Going back and looking at history and the things of the order of the days of our forefathers are again rearing its ugly head....


    i am going to enlighten you to the groups I met with yesterday and due to a cam issue that it was ..horrible....sound was bad bad bad...and the video actually cut off...so in this one hour show I am going to NOT take calls...but please feel free to call in que and listen....God Bless and God Be with you all.....And Hopefully God will again Bless America ....when the evil is removed...

  • 01:00

    Beyond the Airwaves Episode #381 -- Weekend Wrap-Up & Monday Night Madness

    in Entertainment

    This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.

    So The Jungle Book dominated for a third straight week, doing nearly twice as much as all three new releases (Keanu, Mother's Day, and Ratchet & Clank). Of course, that dominance should end this week with Captain America: Civil War hitting the theaters. Also, it's May, meaning the public swimming pools will be opening, the weather's warming up (and in some cases getting toasty already), and the summer blockbuster season is practically here! We'll talk about what other movies to watch for this summer besides Captain America. We'll also cover other stories that got our attention over the weekend.

    Our team:
    Frodo Ikari (Founder and creator)
    Shirley "Oddball Extreme" Burton (Regular Host, Learning PR Meister, and Walking Encyclopedia of Useless Knowledge)
    Mike "King of Hearts" Boyens (Monday night host and anime/manga/gaming expert)
    "Tokusatsu Tim" Schoon (Tokusatsu and Paranormal Expert)
    Janet "AZ Magician" Simmons (Regular Contributor and Team Comedienne)
    Christina "Eyeshine" Cavuoti (Regular Contributor)

    Visit our official website at http://beyondtheairwaves.weebly.com and don't forget to join in the conversation on the forums located on our official website. We want you guys and gals, the fans, to tell us what's on your mind and what you feel is important to cover, so let us know what you want to hear.


    **All sound effects are protected under fair use provisions and are NOT intended to create any copyright infringement.**

  • 00:39

    Lemonade or Tea? The Covenant

    in Entertainment

    On tonights show I will be citing references about Beyonces latest project ,"Lemonade". You can say whatever you like but I will tell you what I saw. I will discuss her darkness. I will discuss the imagery. I will also discuss Khalik Allahs role in the film. As I have stated he did the cover of my book ,"The Pookie Chronicles" As a woman my brother Saladin spoke about the covenant. If you dont know what that is perhaps you should get to know one. It is the reason young women are being raised as whores, NOT queens. There is NO sisterhood.

  • 01:53

    Joseph Illidge Talks Solarman and Comics with Graphic Policy

    in Pop Culture

    Graphic Policy has a brand new episode with guest Joseph Illidge. Joseph joins Brett and Elana to discuss the upcoming Solarman from Scout Comics as well as his impressive career.


    After a twenty-five year hiatus Solarman returns! Ben Tucker is a teenage hacker going after the wealthy and corrupt, fighting bullies, and living in his father's basement. When a mysterious alien attacks a space station conducting secret experiments, Ben is accidentally exposed to extraterrestrial technology and imbued with nuclear-based power. Now Ben Tucker is a fugitive from the police, an alien menace, and a paramilitary division hunting him down, with the intention to capture...or kill.


    Joseph Phillip Illidge is a public speaker on the subjects of race, comics and the corporate politics of diversity. In addition to his coverage by The New York Times, CNN Money, the BBC and Publishers Weekly, Joseph has been a speaker at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Digital Book World’s forum, Digitize Your Career: Marketing and Editing 2.0, Skidmore College, The School of Visual Arts, Purdue University, on the panel “Diversity in Comics: Race, Ethnicity, Gender and Sexual Orientation in American Comic Books” and at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art in New York City.


    Joseph is the Head Writer for Verge Entertainment. His graphic novel project, “The Ren,” about the romance between a young musician from the South and a Harlem-born dancer in 1925, set against the backdrop of a crime war, will be published by First Second Books, a division of Macmillan.

  • 01:41

    Healing Through Creativity with Cheryl Green & Craig Sicilia

    in Art

    Healing Through Creativity 
    Hosted by Cheryl Green and Craig Sicilia
        
    Creativity and time can heal all things.  Even though it’s been almost 10 years, the first 3 or 4 being the darkest of all.  Creativity kept me alive, kept me from letting the darkness of loss because of my disability after sustaining a brain injury.  It gave me purpose, strength and carried me through many days and months and years.  



    There are many forms of creativity, and hope to have many share their arts, but some that I have worked with and all were an amazing benefit, but I had to explore many different types.  And some of them worked at different times in my journey to today.  Some of the ones I have used, have been, writing in the beginning I have written thousands of pages of material, and hope to come out with a book one day, I have 2 ready to go.  But the books will change my life and how people think of me.  Writing them not only helped me deal with the darkness I was going through but also the extreme darkness before my injury.   Then it was on to writing music, forming a band, and then performing.  And as suddenly as the music came several years later it left just as quickly.  Then banner design through graphics, writing lessons and developing curriculum for schools, support groups and many others.



    Other creative things like public service project, events like brain injury camp, hoopfest teams, gaming events all of which gave me purpose.  Other forms of creativity are painting, sewing, pottery, yoga, movie making, crafts like jewelry making, poems, needle work, building things, destroying things.  All help us deal with things and heal.  All give us purpose. 
    Love to hear what folks are doing out there, call in and share 424-243-9540


     

  • 00:57

    Meet Julie: Award Winning Professional Organizer and Coach

    in Spirituality

    Hello Everyone! Thank you for visiting Sasha Talk's latest project, "Moving Mountains with Sasha".  We are here to celebrate life experiences, share lifes' lessons, explore new ideas and recognize the best talents in their respective industries.  


    Meet Julie Coraccio, an award winning professional organizer and coach who takes a holistic view of clearing clutter and organizing. She is passionate about supporting people to release clutter from all areas of their lives--physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and energetic. Julie believes when you clear your clutter you can create the life choose, deserve and desire. Image & Bio Credit: Reawakenyourbrilliance.com


    All are welcome to join the conversation through chat, listening in and writing to Sashatalks.com.  Sasha Talks Terms of Service & Disclaimers Do Apply. 


    Thank you for listening!

  • 00:27

    Let's Talk Kingdom w/Catrina and Guest Noah Hinshaw

    in Christianity

    Noah is a seventeen year old singer, songwriter, speaker, and worship leader from Winchester, Tennessee. His passion has always been christian music, and that passion is sparked from his desire to Serve God and spread His word in any way possible. Noah started singing at the young age of four years old and it just kept growing from there. He started writing his own music when he was thirteen years old, and this led to his project "The View From Heaven". This project began when Noah had the privilege of meeting one of gospel music's most well know singers and songwriters, David Staton. After this Noah was signed by Grapevine records, which is a division of Song Garden Music Group, and David produced his first record. 

  • 00:15

    PMBOK 6.4 Estimate Activity Resources

    in Business

    On an all-new episode of Project Management Mondays, hostess Carla Jenkins will discuss Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) estimate activity duration. The definition of this process is to ‘estimate the types and quantities of material, human resources, equipment or supplies required to perform each activity.’ Estimation is very important towards creating the best project schedule. A great project schedule increases project success. Remember, time is one of the triple constraints.


    Sign up for the Carlarjenkins.com Newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/bLeVnD

  • 00:44

    HOW TEACHERS CAN CHANGE THE NARRATIVE

    in Education

    HOW TEACHERS CAN CHANGE THE NARRATIVE


    Interesting show for all with Dr. Mishy Lesser from The Upstander Project, an educational documentary film non-profit. Working nationally, Mishy was just working with teachers in Maine and we'll discuss the Project's  latest work on Native Americans, other films they made, and the learning resources behind them.

  • 01:08

    The PODcast #33: Reviewing the NFL Draft, recap from Chicago

    in Football

    A massive crew across the nation checks in as Chris, Jeremy, Jerry, Kyle, Ryan and Alex all chime in on the 2016 NFL Draft and the Pride Of Detroit invasion in Chicago. The guys break down their favorite moments from the draft and talk about every pick the Detroit Lions made, from Taylor Decker to Jake Rudock to A'Shawn Robinson to Jimmy Landes. They break down each guy, what it means for the Lions moving into 2016 and if the pick can start right now or if they'll need some time, or if they're a project. For the first time, the PODcast also features the calls from Pride Of Detroit readers and Lions fans who left reactions to the draft.