Spoken Arts

An Evening of Afrotainment playlist for 06/04/2011

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An Evening of Afrotainment
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Louder Than A Bomb! www.louderthanabombfilm.com/index.php

Nate Marshall will make you see in "Look"  www.youtube.com/watch

Jon Siskel (nephew of Gene Siskel) co-directed and co-produced, with Greg Jacobs "Louder Than A Bomb!". Jon and I discussed the amazing high school students who participated in the Chicago metro-area wide poetry slam, highlighting their evocative energies enlightening synergies word imagery winding us up for escape velocity til consiousness expands expounds and goes BOOM. Yeah...louder than a bomb.  Celeste

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Vinyl Pajama Party playlist for 05/24/2011

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Vinyl Pajama Party
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 The "After (or not) The End Of The World" Show

Special Programming: Public Affairs on 05/26/11

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Thu, 05/26/2011 - 7:00pm - 8:00pm
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Community Spotlight: BaseRoots Theatre Company and VOX

TONIGHT is a special Community Spotlight featuring our friends from BaseRoots Theatre Company, Bobby Bermea & Anya Pearson and from VOX, Eric Hull.

Hear them share their experiences during the collaboration of "My Soul Grown Deep", premiering tonight at 7 pm!

Artistic Director, Bobby Bermea, describes the performance event well:

Bridgetown Comedy Festival: A Mini-Retrospection

program date: 
Tue, 04/26/2011


7:02 minutes (6.44 MB)

A Conversation, by I.L. Peretz

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Sun, 04/17/2011

I.L. Peretz story for Passover, as read by George Lederer and Darrell Salk.

9:25 minutes (3.77 MB)

Hives Inquiry Squad 1.11.11 on THE MELTING POT Radio show -Tuesdays 8-10pm(pst) @www.KBOO.fm/listen

The Melting Pot
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Tue, 01/11/2011

"The lyrical style is acrobatic and joyfully disjointed—think Aesop Rock meets Busta Rhymes—while the subject matter owes far more to the post-apocalyptic claustrophobia found on Funcrusher Plus than to the more ubiquitous ride-or-die ethos of The Chronic. In cinematic terms, it eschews the tragic braggadocio of Scarface for a universe that is decidedly Blade Runner in its subterranean futurism." - Ryan Feigh (Portland Mercury) http://www.portlandmercury.com/portland/hive-mind/Content?oid=3300085

"It’s psychedelic rap, and in tandem with a pair of earbuds and Gavin Theory’s woozy, drum-’n’-bass-inspired beats, there’s enough here to trip you the fuck out." - Casey Jarman (Willamette Week)

32:51 minutes (30.08 MB)
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