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The Spotlight: Linda Marks Singer/Songwriter #253

Episode 253 we talk to Singer/Songwriter Linda Marks of Women In Music Gathering and Artists for the Environment. 8/28/18

Hosts
Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF
J Corina Francis @FollowingBliss1 https://twitter.com/FollowingBliss1

Guest: Linda Marks Singer/Songwriter www.lindamarksmusic.com

ABOUT LINDA MARKS: http://www.lindamarksmusic.com/page10/index.html

As a small child, Linda Marks, was passionate about music and felt a magnetic pull to pianos and all things musical. Her first word was piano, and she was placed in a Longy School of Music experimental program for gifted and talented kids at age 3. She started writing music in grammar school, and wrote the 8th grade graduation song. Linda holds a degree in Music with honors and distinction from Yale University, where she co-founded Something Extra, Yale’s 3rd women’s a capella singing group, as a 17 year old freshman. She ran Café Calhoun at Yale, and both sang and produced musical shows. In the 1980’s, Linda performed in the Boston acoustic music scene and sang and co-wrote songs with Lisa Wexler. She appeared on “Music America” with Ron Della Chiesa, and released a tape of original music, “Dreams and Themes” in 1983. She founded and ran the Boston Arts Roundtable, a group of musicians and other artists who gathered for camaraderie and produced multimedia concerts.

The Women In Music Gathering

The Women In Music Gathering is an intergenerational artist-alliance of women in music: singer/songwriters and performing musicians, with the primary goals of collaboration and support, extending to both personal and professional aspects of being a woman in music.

Artists for the Environment.

Diane Cameron Elam founded this project, and I hope you get to talk with her too! A song I wrote for my 2019 In Grace album, called Enough, which was written in response to the teardown epidemic happening in my neighborhoods (both where and I live and work) was selected to be part of this project. I was also interviewed for the Boston Globe for an article on teardown, and my song will be referenced on an article that will be published in October.

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Guest Kinte Fergerson: “Lakers & Lebron” Just Chill Podcast July 30, 2018

Kinte Fergerson of Indyradio.org talks sports for the first pure sports podcast episode in awhile. @KinteF @JCTpodcast July 30, 2018


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Mars/Venus: Stereotypes that effect Black Men & Women

Episode 90 the topic: In this discussion we talk about how stereotypes affect black people. Monday July 23, 2018

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/271545090066696/


Next Episode 91. TBA
Hosts:
Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF

Female:
Patricia A Murray @durhamskywriter https://twitter.com/durhamskywriter

Male:
Brooklyn Taylor @BrooklynPCB https://twitter.com/BrooklynPCB
Dr. Vibe @drvibeshow https://twitter.com/drvibeshow
Aaron Gowans @Wakeupbetter https://twitter.com/Wakeupbetter
Fin http://ugleeradio.com:7000/
https://www.facebook.com/Ugleeradio

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Mars/Venus: Blerd 2: Black and Nerdy

Episode 89 the topic: In part 2 of this discussion we talk about being black and being known as a nerd. Monday June 25, 2018

Blerd, or black nerd, is a term that has gained more and more popularity in the past couple of years. Try searching for #blerd on Instagram and Twitter and you’ll be flooded with tons of nerdtastic thoughts and personalities.


Mars/Venus: Blerd Black and Nerdy Part 1 Episode 81


Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/179442536097281/

Previous Episode 88. Sowing your wild oats (6×01)
Next Episode 90. Negative Stereotypes that effect Black men & Women

Hosts:
Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF

Female:
Madeline Fleming @karitafleming https://twitter.com/karitafleming
Shannon Ford-Jefferson

Male:
Ray Ray A. Sparrow @DrCybonix https://twitter.com/DrCybonix http://www.thepictame.com/instagram/drcybonix
Neon San @tozonline https://twitter.com/tozonline

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The Spotlight: Actor Sean Cameron Michael

Episode 250 we talk to Actor Sean Cameron Michael who played Richard Guthrie on the Starz Pirate drama “Black Sails” about what he has been up to after the show 6/22/18

Hosts
Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF
J Corina Francis @FollowingBliss1 https://twitter.com/FollowingBliss1
Yardley @militant_marker https://twitter.com/militant_marker

Guest: Sean Cameron Michael @seancmichael https://twitter.com/seancmichael

Sean Cameron Michael is a South African actor, writer and singer. A native English speaker, he is also fluent in Afrikaans. https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0584206/

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Cinema du Fromage: The Return of the Living Dead (1985)

Episode 8: We look at 1985’s film “The Return of the Living Dead” which stars James Karen and Thom Mathews and is Directed by Dan O’Bannon. Our special guest panelist is film podcaster Yardley 6/14/18

Hosts KingPengvin aka Terry Anstey @Kingpengvin https://twitter.com/Kingpengvin J Corina Francis @FollowingBliss1 https://twitter.com/FollowingBliss1 http://criticallaughs.com/
Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF

https://www.facebook.com/CinemaduFromage/

Previous: Episode 7. The Omega Man (1971)
Next: Episode 9. The Warriors (1979)

Special Guest: Yardley @militant_marker https://twitter.com/militant_marker

Movies Make the Meal: Return of the Living Dead: Tar Man Hot Chocolate

Movie Score Talley: 115
71.875% cheese rating

KingPengvin:28
1) production quality 7

2) story 6

3) acting 6

4)overall entertainment value 9

Kinte: 31
1) production quality 8

2) story 7

3) acting 7

4)overall entertainment value 9

J Corina Francis: 27
1) production quality 8

2) story 6

3) acting 5

4)overall entertainment value 10

Yardley: 29
1) production quality 8

2) story 5

3) acting 6

4)overall entertainment value 10

The Return of the Living Dead
R 1985 ‧ Fantasy/Cult film ‧ 1h 31m

When foreman Frank (James Karen) shows new employee Freddy (Thom Mathews) a secret military experiment in a supply warehouse, the two klutzes accidentally release a gas that reanimates corpses into flesh-eating zombies. As the epidemic spreads throughout Louisville, Ky., and the creatures satisfy th… MORE
Release date: August 16, 1985 (USA)
Director: Dan O’Bannon
Budget: 4 million USD
Box office: 14.2 million USD

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Mars/Venus Premiere : Sowing your wild oats (6×01) #88

Episode 88 the topic: Sowing your wild oats does make sense for a young man to get it in as much as he can before he settles down. And should women do the same. Monday June 11, 2018

Sow your wild oats
to have sex with as many people, enojy life, and have fun before settling down
“i need to sow my wild oats” or ” go and sow your wild oats”

Next: Blerd: Black and Nerdy Part 1 Episode 81

Host:
Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF

Female:
Godess Charmaine
DrAmirah Sankofa Kweli
Imani Williams

Male:
Keenan Higgs
Aaron Gowans

Our Social Media:
http://www.spreaker.com/show/marsvenusshow
https://www.facebook.com/marsvenuspodcast
https://www.facebook.com/groups/marsvenusshow

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BAC Writers: Author/Motivational Speaker Melony Hill Episode 4

Episode 4: We welcome Author/Motivational Speaker Melony Hill June 8, 2018

Hosts: Imani Williams
Kinte Fergerson @KinteF

Guest: Melony Hill

Melony Hill is a survivor many times over. Constantly counted out by society due to emotional instabilities and a traumatic upbringing that led her down a path meant to destroy her, she has reclaimed her life and now, seeks to help others do the same. Through Stronger Than My Struggles, she aims to heal through the written and spoken word, offering resources and services to survivors from all walks of life. As the author of 8 books, a life & business transition coach, speaker and advocate, Melony Hill is determined to impact the lives of survivors worldwide.

2018 has come in with a bang, Melony has been featured by a local Baltimore paper, , iconic TIME Magazine, local television show, Bmore Lifestyle TV and a slew of other print and online publications.

Melony is not only a college lecturer and public speaker but also hosts a series of workshops in the Baltimore area including a free weekly therapeutic writing workshop. Taking her mission to connect others with their purpose seriously, Melony leads the Baltimore branch of the Freelancers Union, a national organization with over 350,000 members nationwide. More at http://www.strongerthanmystruggles.com/

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http://www.youtube.com/c/sapphirehill(YouTube)
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www.twitter.com/STMSBmore(Twitter)
http://www.instagram.com/strongerthanmystruggles(Instagram)
http://www.pinterest.com/strongerthanmystruggles(Pinterest)

Website
http://www.strongerthanmystruggles.com/
http://www.sapphirespotlightontalent.com/

Social Media
FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/Blackartistsconnectedwriters/
FB Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/WritersBAC

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Cinema du Fromage: Season 2 Premier The Omega Man (1971)

Episode 7: Season 2 starts off with a look at 1971’s film “The Omega Man” which stars Charlton Heston and Rosalind Cash and is Directed by Boris Sagal. Our special guest panelist is Author/ Machinima film maker Matthew Hahn aka Grouchobeer 6/7/18

Hosts KingPengvin aka Terry Anstey @Kingpengvin https://twitter.com/Kingpengvin

J Corina Francis @FollowingBliss1 https://twitter.com/FollowingBliss1 http://criticallaughs.com/
Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF

https://www.facebook.com/CinemaduFromage/

Previous: Episode 6. “Wild in the Streets” (1968) 8/2/15
Next: Episode 8. The Return of the Living Dead (1985)

Special Guest: Matthew Hahn aka Grouchobeer

Movies Make the MealOmega Man Twist and Serum

Movie Score Talley:

Movie Score Talley: 91 56.875% cheese rating 

KingPengvin 26
1) production quality 5

2) story 5

3) acting 8

4)overall entertainment value 8

Kinte 24
1) production quality 6

2) story 5

3) acting 6

4)overall entertainment value 7

J Corina Francis 25
1) production quality 6

2) story 7

3) acting 5

4)overall entertainment value 7

Matthew Hahn 16
1) production quality 8

2) story 1

3) acting 5

4)overall entertainment value 2

The Omega Man
PG 1971 ‧ Film adaptation/Blaxploitation ‧ 1h 38m

Due to an experimental vaccine, Doctor Robert Neville is the only survivor of an apocalyptic war, with the exception of a few hundred deformed, nocturnal people who are also homicidal maniacs. They blame science and technology for their condition and they see Neville, as the last symbol of science, therefore he must die. Neville, uses everything at his disposal in an attempt to survive.
Release date: August 1, 1971 (USA)
Director: Boris Sagal
Story by: Richard Matheson
Adapted from: I Am Legend
Screenplay: Richard Matheson, John William Corrington, Joyce Hooper Corrington

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Talking: The Terror “We Are Gone” Part 6 – Tuunbaq’s Orgin Plus excerpt from the book


Part 6 of 6 This is an excerpt from “Talking: The Terror” podcast where we covered the series finale episode 10 “We Are Gone”. 5/22/18
indyradio.org/wearegone full episode

Hosts J Corina Francis @FollowingBliss1 https://twitter.com/FollowingBliss1 http://criticallaughs.com/ Yardley @militant_marker https://twitter.com/militant_marker Charmaine Kinte @KinteF https://twitter.com/KinteF “We Are Gone” http://www.amc.com/shows/the-terror/s…

The expedition’s epic journey reaches its climax as men find themselves in a final confrontation with the Inuit mythology they’ve trespassed into.

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