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Ross is on to talk the low down on the best Film Fest in the City of Milwaukee join us!
Our guest this week will be Corrina Montlo, Co-founder of the Motorcycle Film Festival. Corrina & Jack Drury founded the film festival in NYC, fall of 2013 to provide a home for motorcycle films from around the world. Moto film enthusiasts gather to discuss, celebrate and show their films about their favorite subject, motorcycles! Films such as “Why We Ride” and Dream Racer” have gotten recognized as a result of the exposure they received at the Festival. Listen in to get the inside scoop about the 3rd annual MFF that was held September 23-27, 2015. Corrina will fill us in on who the winners were and how the Film Festival has given a voice to many independent film makers internationally. What is planned for 2016? How can you attend? Those questions and more will be answered.
Please join Sanjay on Tuesday, November 24, 2015 at 8pm CT/9pm ET, as he welcomes ghost hunter and investigator Allison Jornlin to Beyond The Forest Radio on BlogtalkRadio.com!
Allison has been interested in the paranormal since an early age, and has been actively involved in ghost-hunting since the late 1990s. She began by attending American Ghost Society conferences, and then became involved with local groups in Milwaukee. Presently, Allison conducts "haunted history" tours in Milwaukee, and arranges private investigations as well.
Allison works with Paranormal Investigations of Milwaukee, providing investigation work for both residential and business customers; recently, the team conducted an exclusive investigation for the Milwaukee Public Museum.
We hope you will be able to join us for this amazing programme; the chatroom will, once again, be hosted by AJ Milhorn and the Haunted Forest team!
TO ACCESS THE CHAT ROOM:
In a new browser window, enter http://swiftirc.net/?page=chat&client=qwebirc
Where it says #SwiftIrc in Channel box, erase that and type #hauntedspots
Where it says Nickname SwiftIRC, erase that and type in a nickname of your choice, ie JohnDoe, JaneDoe, et al
Hit the Enter Chat button
After that it will ask you to connect again and hit "yes"
Jason began his visual effects career in 1992 at Dream Quest Images, working with the miniature department and the company’s proprietary real time motion control systems and later participating in the company’s transition into the digital world by assisting in the conversion of optical printers into the first generation of film scanners. After leaving Dream Quest, Jason spent the next 15 years as an in-house and independent supervisor on such films as X- Men 2, Thirteen Days, The Dukes of Hazzard, Sinister and The Town that Dreaded Sundown. In 2007, Jason was hired to oversee Sngmoo Lee’s fantasy action film, The Warrior’s Way. Shooting entirely on greenscreen on location in New Zealand, Jason supervised the design and creation of over 1700 vfx shots at vendors spread across New Zealand, Australia, South Korea and America. Jason also directed the vfx and stunt units. In 2011, Jason joined FuseFX as Senior Visual Effects Supervisor, primarily responsible for FX’s hit show American Horror Story, for which Jason and the team at Fuse won the 2015 Primetime Emmy and VES Awards for Outstanding Supporting Visual Effects for the show’s 4th season, Freak Show. Jason also serves as VFX Supervisor for the WGN America original series Salem and Manhattan.You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
This One Step - Older Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
Wednesdays we talk about finding support after breaking our silence.
Polly Moore grew up with six siblings in Mobile, Alabama, but was only 8 years old when her father died of lung cancer. Soon two neighborhood boys began to molest her, friends of her older twin brothers. A couple of years later she was assaulted by another neighbor and later by her older brother. She was able to break away from the abuse at the age of twelve, but was by then deep in the darkness of isolation. Polly is now a mother and grandmother, and has lived in Atlanta for the past 15 years. She is contemplating returning to finish her final year at Western Carolina University where she majored in Accounting, and has become a devoted advocate for adult survivors of Child Sexual Abuse.
She began her organization, This One Step, to help older survivors of Child Sexual Abuse deal with the trama of being part of what she has named, "The Unknown Generation" A generation of survivors who had nowhere to go for support. In her late teens she began writing as a coping mechanism to deal with the PTSD. Her three books, "Cider Blocks and Oven Racks", "Billy Wayne's Christmas Train" and "The Unknown Generation" will be available in early 2016. She has written many southern short stories which have been published in different publications. She is now hosting her own blogtalk radio show Monday through Friday beginning at 6:00am.
Join us every WEDNESDAY AT MIDNIGHT for Trade Martin's fast-paced, one half-hour conservative, political talk show.
We will discuss the most current political news.
I will also take your calls at (347) 838-8898.
Trade Martin: While performing his high-energy night club act, Trade's audience is usually unaware that he has acted opposite prominent television and movie stars Frank Vincent (Soprano's & Goodfellow's), and the well-respected character actor, Vince Pastore in the feature film thriller, "West New York", composed and conducted movie scores, and arranged & produced a Grammy Award winning album by B.B. King.
From the depths of the R&B music revolution emerges an artist whose multi-dimensional lyrical decadence is nothing short of sensational. She is the innovative, yet sensual phenom whose passion and drive for success propelled her music into a new dimension of personal growth for music lovers to experience. Her name is Adina Howard.
From Radio, Stage, and big screen here is everything you want to know about R&B sensation.....
In 1995, Howard hit the charts with her platinum selling hit single “Freak Like Me”, that was featured in her debut album, Do You Wanna Ride?. Following her debut, Howard introduced a second album, Welcome to Fantasy Island, with her lead single, "(Freak) And U Know It". In 1997, she also collaborated with Jamie Foxx on the Platinum selling slow jam, "T-Shirt & Panties" which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1998 feature film Woo.
By 2004-2007, Howard released two more albums, "The Second Coming" on Rufftown Records, featuring the single “Nasty Grind” and "Private Show" released by Arsenal Records along with a promotional single "Picture This." The album managed to reach #17 on the iTunes R&B music chart.
Always thinking about how to set herself apart artistically, Adina Howard's new single "Bad 4 Me" is a fresh twist on a classic sound. The industry is excited about the return of Adina Howard. The next chapter of her journey will be epic.
You see them all the time. Homeless people, wandering downtown, hanging around convenience stores or busy intersections panhandling for anything...money, food, a ride. I met Linda, a 52 year old, one-eyed homeless woman in Waco, TX. At first, she just asked me if I could help by giving her a little money..."anything you can spare would be appreciated." So, I reached in my pocket and pulled out some cash and gave her a couple of dollars. But before I did, I wanted to know a little about her life..."How did you come to be here?" I asked. She told me of her daily challenges and fearful nights living in the streets of Waco. She explained what happened to her and how she lost her eye. "I was sleeping, and someone swung at me with an ax," she said, as she pulled back her cap and hair, to reveal the damage to her skull. She's bouncing from place to place...one homeless shelter to another. One convenience store to another. I went in to pay for gas and as I was walking back to pump gas, she asked me if I could give her a ride. I agreed on one condition, that she would allow me to record her story during our drive. Tonight, I'll air she short interview. Call ins welcome.
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. Nov., 24th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Rahiem Shabazz, Director of Elementary Genocide – Ending The School To Prison Pipeline!!! The City of Chicago has released the dashcam video showing the murder of Laquan McDonald by Officer Jason Van Dyke. We'll continue our discussion of this case and the need for Economic Boycotts.
CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and listen to the podcasts.
COLUMBUS, OH: The Film "BLACK FRIDAY", Friday, Nov. 27th, 2015, 4pm-8pm Visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com or [http://blackoutcoalition.org/blackfriday ] w/ special guests Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network and host of "The Michael Imhotep Show", Dr. Boyce Watkins founder of www.TheBlackWealthBootCamp.com and Dave Anderson founder of "The Empowerment Radio Network".
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DAVID "DINO" WELLS WBC CHAMPION SPEAKS TO @1STFAMWESTRADIO "WHEN THE BELL RINGS" AVAILABLE NOW!! ITUNES,AMAZON..
"Dino", born in Chicago, Illinois on November 3, 1970 to his mother is Gwen Anderson, (a high school graduate) and father David Wells Sr., a Viet-Nam veteran who served in the United States Marines. Dealing with tribulations throughout most of his life and the devastating divorce of his parents; Dino decided to pursue a boxing career as a young man. Raised in Chicago for most of his life, he also lived in a small town called Eufaula, Alabama. Within that span, he dealt with more he could handle, while trying to raise a son and daughter, all while fostering an entertainment career. Dino also served a short stint in the United States Army National Guard & Reserves. He took a few years off to weather the storms in his life, to refine his career