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This week we bring on Warren Booth who has a wealth of experience in both Corallus and boas in general.
An early fireside chat with @DelSchilling and @VinceSchilling
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Interview with comics artist/writer Jerry Ordway continues! Jerry's been making superhero comics for DC and Marvel for 40 years. He's the guy who made people care about Shazam and the All Star Squadron again. He inked Crisis on Infinate Earths. He's partnered with writers like Alan Moore, Warren Ellis, Michael Moorecock & Neil Gaiman. His essay on age discriminiation in the industry put a name to a significant problem in comics http://ordstersrandomthoughts.blogspot.com/2013/03/life-over-fifty.html
In part two of our interview we talk about why we love hand lettering, the nightmare of Superman continuity, how he approached his groundbreaking graphic novel The Power of Shazam, on working with Michael Moorecock on Tom Strong, Warren Ellis on Planetary and creating a Loki story for Neil Gaiman's Norse mythology book!
Whether you're new to Jerry's work or a long time fan you'll learn a ton about the process of inking and drawing comics (traditional and digital), industry history, Alan Moore anecdotes and why he actually likes drawing boats and buildings (and how he does it so darn elegantly).
On 23 May 2020, 'Africa On The Move' Radio helps facilitate Part I: African Liberation Day / Palestine (Nakba) Day 2020 which is organized by the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC), the National Council of Arab Americans, and other organizations. Join us on Saturday, 23 May 2020 at 12:00 PM (Noon) (EST) by listening in at 323-679-0841, or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move/ or www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move/2020/05/23/african-liberation-daypalestine-nakba-day-may-23-2020....
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@jaspercolesays and @ralphcolejr are excited to be joined by Emmy winning Actress @tamarabraun: She is a daytime drama veteran having starred on the hit series DAYS OF OUR LIVES, ALL MY CHILDREN and more recently GENERAL HOSPITAL. Jasper and Tamara also recently wrapped a new film together, pre-pandemic, KOMBUCHA CURE and they will give us all a little sneak peek at that as well. Call in at (516) 531-9534 THURSDAY April 30th 6 PM/PST
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Duration: One Hour
Marcus Anderson’s thirteenth album “HERO” features thirteen original compositions, which is the quintessential soundtrack of our lives with a common thread of inspiration, perseverance, passion, and resilience. A new-age fusion jazz artist, Anderson’s music – as well as his message- is even more powerful and poignant in the current political, environmental and social climate of this nation and world.
HERO takes the listener on a musical journey through themes of light and darkness and the quest for meaning in an often-chaotic world. Melding a wide range of musical styles with a natural grace, HERO evokes, but never imitates, the many legendary artists that have influenced Anderson’s compositions.
“Just a Taste” featuring Tim Bowman offers a soft and slowly deepening funky vibe with darting sax lines while Tim’s melodic smooth approach brings the song on home.
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How many small businesses are there in the U.S?
SBA Office of Advocacy states there are 30.2 million small businesses in this country.
4 Million minority-owned companies in the United States, with annual sales totaling close to $700 billion. In 2015 The US Census Report that was 2.6 million black or African American owned business Tomorrow is a special episode called Sound the ALARM! I will be shouting out several business owners!
Tune in tomorrow because WE Are in this together!
Listen to Terri Petter and her attorney Jayne Esch tell Terri's story about the civil lawsuit brought by Matthew Simmons of Lockwood Animal Rescue Center and the Animal Legal Defense Fund, alleging violations of the Endangered Species Act regarding her Wolfdogs. Terri will take us through the ins and outs of what she experienced and how it made her feel, from the allegations and outright lies to the loss of income and how she has overcome that today. Jayne Esch will help us understabnd the legal aspects of what Terri went though, from the perspective of the Defense. You have not heard the story like this before and there is no one better to tell it than the person that went through it, this was an animal rights action plain and simple. You do not want to miss this, see you Wednesday 8 pm EDT 5 pm PDT!
On December 21, 1978, John Wayne Gacy was arrested. Upon an initial search of the crawlspace beneath his ranch house in Norwood Park Township, Illinois, the authorities discovered the remains of several bodies. Eventually, the skeletal remains of 29 young men were unearthed on Gacy’s property. Another 4 bodies were pulled from the river where Gacy dumped them off the Smith Bridge in Channahon, Illinois, bringing the body count to 33 total. In 1978 Gacy held the title of America’s most prolific serial killer. For the first time in print, John Wayne Gacy: Hunting A Predator contains the police and other legal files covering the pursuit, arrest, and confession of Gacy. JOHN WAYNE GACY HUNTING A PREDATOR: The Pursuit, Arrest, And Confession-John Borowski
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