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Interview with Gregory Cioffi about his upcoming film called The Museum of Lost Things. The film is about a man who randomly walks into a museum that has objects that represent something that he has lost in his life. The movie then goes onto to consider more abstract things, like lost illusions. It is a layered story told from different perspectives weaving together objects, experiences and some big ideas. The film is based on a short story by Dennis Pahl and parts of it were shot at Long Island University.
To get the right tone for the film Gregory studied some of Woody Allen and Wes Anderson films, including Midnight in Paris and The Grand Budapest Hotel. However, The Museum of Lost Things is it's own unique story, inspired by Dennis's experience of losing/misplacing things.
If you 'd like to help bring this magical tapesty to life, please check out the film's Kickstarter project.
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Jon Ritzheimer joins Joe for a discussion to set the record straight about the latest rumors and reports surrounding Jon’s activism. SASDogs is an uncensored broadcast for Americans who are like-minded concerning the direction of the country’s future and what we are doing right now to get it there. If you think that America is a social and political mess, then SASDogs is your kind of show. SASDogs is not politically correct so if speaking bluntly and frankly is not your thing then this is not your show.
Kobe Bryant to retire after this season
There once was a Laker Gurl who lived in a tree high over the place they played, just so she could see. And just because the height was high, a top the building up, She could never see the game cause she was just a pup. She followed them to school one day, and it was really hotter, she thought she had the Lakers, but it was the Globe Trotters. She called out loud HEY KOBE, cause she thought he was a dream, and someone screamed back her "Child you got the wrong team!)
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Check this LAKER GURL out - Stephff, not to be confused with Steph CURRY of the GSW, can be reached at 347-205-9366. 347-205-9366.
As Salaam 'alaykum! The Peace be upon you!
TONIGHT! Sunday, November 29, 2015
Join Instructor Benjamin Bilal for: TRUE HUMAN RADIO! from - 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm (EST).
The Number One Team for Muslim-hosted Broadcasting!
1.Community Commentator Levi A. Shabazz - "THINKING OUT LOUD: The Month of Safar - 1437"
2. Instructor Douglas Abbas Kelly - "INTERVIEWS Shaykh Moussa Drammeh, Imam of the Co-op City Mosque"
3. Instructress Kareema Medina Bilal - "MORE STUFF You Just Gotta Know!"
4. Instructor Benjamin Bilal - "THE 7 SKIES Of Human Development""
Call in at: 213-816-0356 (press #1 for Qs & As).
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Thank you for making TRUE HUMAN RADIO! one of the most listened to Muslim-hosted programs on Blog Talk Radio. Please continue to help TRUE HUMAN RADIO! put the "neighbor" back in the "hood"! Tune in, listen, learn and enjoy!
The stage play "BROTHER IMAM" The Life, leadership & Legacy of Wallace D. Mohammed" will be performing Saturday, December 26, 2015 at Masjidut-Taqwa, [Mosque of G_d-Consciousness] 1001 E. State Street, Trenton, NJ 08609
For tickets call: 609-392-3303.
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Join your hosts Jeremy, Jesse and Jerry as we get into rap groups and how these started some of the most successful careers of some of the greatest rap artist that we know and love to listen to today. From Krs one and Scott la rock, Tupac and digital underground, the fugees and many others. Why did these groups call it quits while some were at the peak of their fame and popularity? What went wrong? And how does this impact the rap game? Join us as we go over there speculation and careers of the groups and artists.
The Pittsburgh Steelers lost their Week 12 game against the Seattle Seahawks 39-30, and there were many questions left unresolved after the game. Join Jeff Hartman and Christopher Carter from Behind the Steel Curtain for the Steelers Final Score podcast to talk about the game that was.
Join us live here on BlogTalkRadio to talk about what went wrong, and what went right for the Steelers in the loss which handed them their 5th loss of the 2015 season. Call anytime during the show by dialing (347) 850-8581 to make your voice heard.
Greetings 9Mind Sacred Sistuhs, peace, protection, prosperity and most of all wisdom be upon we all and those we love. This evening we will be discussing genes and if certain pathologies, thoughts, habits, addictions and or mental and physical diseases are passed on thru our genetics from our parents? Is there a Biblical basis for our behavior and what we see going on around us? I will also be admonishing all ebony, chocolate aka Blk females to (not) do any more FREE BREEDING. Free breeding is something that SLAVES do and we need to stop supporting our own enslavement and those of our children.
All of us know by now that babies and children aren't FREE. So my question to all Sistuhs and women, why should OUR WOMBS be FREE? Especially to the lowest of non ALPHA males who prowl the communities and neighborhoods as nothing more than sexual PREDATORS which is the most dangerous predator on the earth? More dangerous than any four legger predator that the Aryan white predator felt like he needed to kill off so him and his kind could be the only reigning predator on this planet. See a man is not determined based off what he LOOKS like. Instead he/they are determined by what they THINK like.
Surely we have been "DESTROYED" for lack of knowledge. So let's get it innn...
The No Look Pass Podcast is back for episode 9, where hosts Frank Santos and Andy Flint continue their journey around the NBA, stopping in Phoenix to spend some time with the Suns. Among the questions they have: Are Eric Bledsoe and Brandon Knight the best backcourt in the NBA?
Plus, the fellas owe some apologies to teams and players they were skeptical of in the preseason that have proven them wrong (yes, that does happen occasionally!), and back by popular demand: Another game of "Assist or Turnover."
Follow the podcast on twitter @NLPPodcast and find all archived episodes at WRSPN.com
So much of our lives are about solving problems. And we are always asking the question, “How am I going to solve this problem?” And the same is true when it comes to helping our kids solve problems. I do it all the time. And there is nothing wrong with that. However, what if we shifted our perspective and decided to coach the person and not the problem? It’s hard, but many times more powerful. One possible approach when your teen comes to you with a problem is to say, “that sounds really terrible, and difficult to solve. I’m curious, what are you learning about yourself in this process?” We’ll try and explore this today.
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