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Joing us as we discuss the happenings at New York Comic Con 2014! We met a TON of interesting and fun people, saw a lot of awesome cosplay, sat in on some panels and spent some money maybe we shouldn't have! It was another great year at NYCC, so tune in to hear our favorite new things and some things we think they could work on. It is sure to be a fun show!
If you heard the following words to describe someone; what would you guess would be the outcome of their life?
Lost his mother to heart attack,
Father in jail for life.
Originally raised Muslim, but now is a Christian.
Took a three day bus trip from Philadelphia to California with NO money.
Today we will be discussing how Sal Vance is using his life story to inspire youth with his upcoming book, “Say No More.”
Vallory Vance is the pen name for a color inside the lines Human Resources professional living in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex by day. After her family consisting of a husband of almost twenty years, three kids and two dogs have filled her evenings with laughter, she sits down to her laptop to write tales of the first moments of falling in love when nothing else seems to matter.
As a fortieth birthday present to herself, she decided to share her stories of romances which range from sweet to spicy.
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Marta Moran Bishop, author and poet, will sit down and chat with Karen Vance Hammond about her award winning paranormal novel Shoe Marks and her inspirational story. Shoe Marks is inspired by a true story and takes us deep into the world of the paranormal. A place where anything can happen.
Adopted at birth, Karen Vance Hammond was born with an ear disfigurement, dyslexia, and learning disabilities. Unable to read or communicate well at a young age, she was removed from mainstream education due to failure and placed in a special school. Karen didn't let that hamper her love of the written word. When she learned of a woman who lived in a home that had paranormal activity, she was intrigued by the story, approached the owner and asked if she could write a novel about their lives.
While living with her own doubts she got to work. After the final manuscript was complete, she submitted Shoe Marks; to publishing companies. After countless rejection letters, Karen was loosing all hope that Shoe Marks would be published.
Not only was it published, but it went on to become an award-winning novel in the literary category. It adorns the shelves of libraries and classrooms across the world. Shoe Marks is Synegebooks best selling title in the paranormal genre and has been in the top 100-seller bracket numberous times on Amazon. Karen's second novel, Secrets in the Shallows from The Monastery Murders series, co-authored with Kimberly Brouillette has made the top 100 on Amazon twice since its debut and is now an award-winning title. Falling in love with the craft of writing, Karen is currently creating her third and fourth paranormal novels, entitled The Crossroads and The Stone.
I hope you will join us as we delve into the world of the paranormal and talk with the inspirational genius that is Karen Vance Hammond.
This year's New York Comic Con was both exhilerating and exhausting, nevertheless we aim to talk about that event and more for this week's broadcast. Welcome to our Mid Week in Review show airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm eastern. Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they address the following issues: More NFL shenanigans! Dallas Cowboy's Joseph Randle vs actress, Winona Ryder in dualing shoplifting crimes; advances in regenerative medicine may help you if you lose your "membership" in maleness; MINSTREL ALERT! Vh-1 premieres the best in coon entertainment, courtesy of Tiny and Shekinah's Weave Trip. No one caused a ruckus after Girlfriend Intervention, huh?; Dburt finally gets a chance to check out the Denzel Washington thriller, The Equalizer; The Root highlights a White American Studies' project entitled The Whiteness Project; anti-minority remarks made by Lucas Oil founder, Charlotte Lucas should remind us of the need to create minority owned businesses; YourBlackWorld.net highlights the story of a popular website that "stolen" from its original owners; the latest saga in the US ebola crisis and lastly, do the problems with The Source magazaine and BET's Hip Hop Awards provide even more evidence that Hip Hop is dead? Call live at 646-915-9620.
"Do you know what is the greatest gift anyone can receive in his lifetime? The greatest gift we can receive is to have the chance, just once in our lives, to make a difference. Do you understand how many times you made a difference? Enough for a hundred lifetimes." - Doctor Strange speaking to Peter Parker.
Well the New York Comic Con is just a few days away and it's time for another Grindhouse Mixtape (The Comic Shoppe+Afronerd Radio) broadcast-this Saturday at 6pm EST. And were expecting noted writer/filmmaker, David Walker to stop by to discuss his latest Shaft project with Dynamite Comics. So check out your Podcast Avengers-Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they unravel the following issues: the latest rumor concerning the highly anticipated J.J. Abrams' helmed Star Wars reboot (hint it has something to do with Luke Skywalker); the crew give their breakdown of the latest in fall season TV shows (Resurrection, Sleepy Hollow, Scorpion, Korra, Blacklist, SHIELD, etc); Do the Adam Sandler and Crouching Tiger Netflix deals spell the death knell for theater owners? ; and what sounds like a definite 21st century problem, who inherits your digital estate when you meet your maker (if you believe in an afterlife)?; was DC/Warner correct in apologizing for licensed t-shirts that many interpreted as sexist? ; a White lesbian couple sues a sperm bank for a mixup with a Black donor; Dburt continues his rant about NYC liberalism vs accepted thug life in the DeBlasio administration; is the Secret Service really incompetent or are they setting up the nation's first Black president for a tragic fall?; and lastly, Dburt has multiple anecdotes about Dr. Henry L. Gates' geneaology specials, Louis Armstrong and Dr. Charles Drew-if time permits. Call live at 646-915-9620.
"I believe there’s something inherently dangerous when something real becomes mythic. Because when faced with a myth we can’t win. So the mythic must be exposed for what it is. So we can believe in ourselves. Because it’s only what’s in us…the drive to be mythic…that matters." -Lex Luthor
Yep, folks the clock is ticking and we can't wait for the New York Comic Con, which technically starts this Thursday! But as a primer, consider this Wednesday's (7:30pm EST) episode of the Mid Week in Review broadcast, from the makers of Afronerd Radio. Join your hosts, Dburt and Captain Kirk as they gas up the "Mystery Machine" in hopes of unraveling the following current event inspired concerns: is the Ebola virus really on the rise in America? former Cosby show actress, Raven Symone raises eyebrows by proclaiming not to be gay or Black (and yet looking very much like both descriptors); we finally address the recent Secret Service faux pas relating to the POTUS and White House security; legendary actor/choreographer, Geoffrey Holder passes; and just when Dburt was railing about the anemic portrayal of Blacks as nerds in cinema, the BrilliantistheNewBlack site provides a rather impressive list of men/women of color in the STEM fields; we give our thoughts about what to expect for this upcoming New York Comic Con; is Sony actually considering sharing Spiderman with Marvel?; and lastly, the irony of the dad from 7th Heaven, actor Stephen Collins, reportedly confessing to child molestation (why is this not a bigger story?). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
You know that 'anomaly' you remarked upon recently? That electric pulse you sense more and more consistently? The pulse that seemed to be completely random at first, but now registers with every cycle? t is what the humans call a conscience. It is what recognizes and differentiates good from evil. It took me centuries to finally figure out what it was. It took me even longer to realize that the best thing to do was simply heed it. What will you do with free will?- Uatu, The Watcher
Tune in to INside Tennessee with Dave Vance every Tuesday on ConservativeNationMedia.com. Even if you're not from the Volunteer State, issues that are being raised in Tennessee will soon affect all of America.
U.S. Army veteran David Vance brings the most informative guests and exciting topics to you every Tuesday. INside Tennessee is brought to you by The Tennessee Action Council and the Tennessee Republican Assembly. So make sure to stay 'ahead of the curve' and tune in, and call in, to INside Tennesee Tuesday at 8pm eastern, 7 central!
The program all about TV, originating live from the studios of Brooklyn Independent Media HD near Barclays Center in New York. Our guests: Chris Vance, star of TNT's Transporter: The Series, and Thomas Kail, creator of Freestyle Love Supreme, coming later this month to Pivot.
Many artists do not know what it means to be original. However, one artist knows that originality comes from telling a true story. Gymini is a story teller like Slick Rick was back in the days. His listeners can relate to his songs because they feel like they know him although they have never met him. This grown man doesn’t portray an alter ego in the limelight. He has the ability to boldly express music from a directly honest point of view, but yet understanding and passionate. Gymini said, “I will make you feel like you have known me your whole life.” His style, “high energy” is a variation of hip hop crunk mixed with a heavy metal sound that captivates all audiences.
Maurice Harmon, a child of God, now known as Gymini, the original ambassador of hip hop was born and raised on the west side of Savannah, Georgia in the project of Fellwood Homes where most of his lyrics derived from. He grew up in a crowed home of 11 brothers and 12 sisters so he didn’t get the undivided attention that most children want to have with their mother, so instead of developing a bad behavior, he took his pain onto the stage and started gaining attention from his audience. Gymini kept his crowd screaming by his raw and uncut stage performances at the age of
18. He is truly an artist with no gimmicks. He was inspired by many, but Ice T taught him everything that he needed to know about the music game. Gymini started his acting career in 1989 with a standing ovation by appearing in many films, “Glory” with Denzel Washington; “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” with Moran Freeman and directed by Clint Eastwood in 1997; and “The Legend of Bagger Vance” with Will Smith, Matt Damon, and Charlize Theron in 2000. Gymini was honored to receive the Key to the City of Vidalia, Georgia. Twitter @GyminiMrMusic
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