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Coming to theaters August 6, 2010.Become a Fan On Facebook: http://facebook.com/StepUp3D .New York's intense street dancing underground comes alive in eye-popping Digital 3D in the third installment of the STEP UP franchise as the raw, passion-fueled culture goes global. A tight-knit group of street dancers, including Luke (Rick Malambri) and Natalie (Sharni Vinson), team up with NYU freshman Moose (Adam Sevani), and find themselves pitted against the world's best breakdancers in a high-stak ...
 
Depuis maintenant 13 ans, Street Diamond décortique l’actualité afro caribéenne et propose aux artistes une plateforme unique d’expression. Nous vous faisons découvrir les talents d’aujourd’hui et nous révélons les diamants de demain. Nous croyons que la diversité est une force et que l’intelligence collective est la condition de la solidarité. Street Diamond est diffusée en direct tous les samedis de 19h à 22h sur radio RGB. 99.2fm et www.streetdiamond.fr
 
Every May in New York City, Dance Parade shakes up The Big Apple by providing an outlet for all forms of expression through dance to come together on one single day. The 9th Annual Dance Parade will take place on Saturday, May 16, 2015. The Parade rocks down Broadway from 21st Street, takes a left on St. Mark's Place and culminates in Tompkins Square Park with DanceFest. To learn more about Dance Parade please visit http://danceparade.org. Registration is FREE and so is the Parade and Festiv ...
 
This is a podcast for those working in or interested in the creative arts. An industry insight that you will find is hard to beat. Where do creatives do most of their thinking? Well, many admit that a lot of ideas happen while they are in bed! For example, Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory was inspired by a dream, as was Christoper Nolan’s Inception. So hop into bed with with me and my guests and we'll take you under the covers and show you what's rarely seen! A life in the creative arts ...
 
HEYWHATSUP™? GUNWASH is the future of talk radio; a weekly 90 minute explosion of dark humor, eye-opening interviews, dancehall reggae and psychedelic sounds. Tune in for unguarded insight from the artists, musicians, troublemakers and curators shaping culture in the 21st century. Design, typography, astrophysics, dancehall reggae, conspiracy theories, illustration, drums, nuclear engineering, disco, Polo Ralph Lauren, crime, the 1990's, iconography, iced coffee, late night downtown, drummer ...
 
The musical adventures of Mickie Zekley. Busking and much more. Mickie is a multi-instrumentalist performing on dozens of unusual instruments. You can find out more about his music at http://celticweddingmusic.net He is the founder of Lark In The Morning world musical instrument business. http://larkinam.com and is also the director of Lark Camp World Music, Song & Dance Celebration. http://larkcamp.com Mickie was also 1/2 of the duo Mooncoin with Michael Hubbert and now performs often with ...
 
Yvonne has been studying Middle Eastern Performing Arts since 1998; her main area of study has been in Traditional Egyptian and Oriental Style as well as some Folkloric. She has taken many workshops over the years with such well known dancers and choreographers as Mahmoud Reda (the legendary pioneer of Egyptian dance theater), Raqui Hassen, Dina of Egypt, Hadia and Aziza of Canada, Nourhan Sharif, Yousry Sharif, and Jillina just to mention a few. Yvonne currently studies under Virginia of Mi ...
 
Welcome to DJ Kervyn Mark's "The Real NYC Podcast". Sweet, soulful melodies and a profound, jazzy vibe are what you can expect from internationally acclaimed DJ Kervyn Mark. After 30 years of devotion to the underground music industry, he has carved his niche as a renaissance man who has done it all. The boundlessness of his skills does not go unnoticed in his hometown of New York City where he is labeled “the world’s busiest DJ”. In terms of his music library in term of deep soulful house a ...
 
SIMON SIM'S: Depuis 1996, Simon Sim's officie comme Dj/Producteur de House Music, En 2004, il signe ses 1er maxis vinyls Chez Antoine Clamaran (PoolEmusic) En parallèle il prend plusieurs résidences dans les clubs de sa région et en France,Navigant entre Paris / Auxerre / Dijon. Fort de sa notoriété grandissante, Simon Sim's est invité à mixer sur à la "Street Parade " de Zurich qui accueille 1 millions de personnes et 70 Dj's internationaux, sur le char du Matrixx Booking En 2007, il s'inst ...
 
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The Premier’s Economic Recovery Team report was released on Thursday, with recommendations on how to get NL out if its financial mess. We heard reaction from Memorial University Economics professor Lynn Gambin (at the 0:56 mark), Memorial University political scientist Russell Williams (11:03), and Western Environment Centre Chair Glen Keeling (19:…
 
Central Health clarifies what kind of cleaning is done in hospital waiting rooms to protect patients from COVID-19, locals and tourists in Rencontre East complain about ferry's reliability, Corner Brook woman hooks a portrait rug of joyous YouTube Bhangra dancer Gurdeep Pandher of Yukon, and a company called Elope NL invites couples to just "show u…
 
A catastrophic winter storm in Texas limits paint supplies and causes the Town of Gander to cut back on street line painting, Fisher’s Loft Inn in Port Rexton re-opens after sitting out 2020 due to Covid precautions, a Gander mother sings the praises of midwives, and Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission inspires an Indigenous singer and son…
 
From fast-food waste to old refrigerators...a Northern Peninsula man starts a Facebook group to highlight the deplorable state of litter in NL. Memorial University Folklore and Language Archive helps reunite a man with his late mom's poems, and the co-chair of the climate justice working group at the University of Waterloo criticizes NL's task forc…
 
NL's environmental industry association reacts to a status report on the province's oil and gas industry, academic says Newfoundland's Terms of Union with Canada practically left Indigenous people out of the agreement, kids' colouring sheets feature visual artists from this province as superheroes, and our "Home Hacks" expert tells us how to use up…
 
New NL Indigenous tourism association says it will face hurdles because of government cutbacks to its federal counterpart, organization that supports survivors of sexual violence offers help in navigating the legal system in the province, founder of Atlanti-con has sold the sci-fi convention, and a Grade 12 student from Musgrave Harbour will be goi…
 
18-billion dollars for Indigenous communities sounds like a lot of money, but Anishinaabe author Riley Yesno says it may not go as far as you may think. A new Team Rubicon disaster response group is being set up in NL, and it's looking for volunteers. And the Tales Tunes Festival is returning to Norris Point in May.…
 
Pandemic restrictions have increased wait times for surgeries in NL and taken a toll on patients, an expert on the Beothuk people says the proposed name for Red Indian Lake is not the right way to honour them, a farm built by a father and son on Fogo Island helps increase food security, and a sweet, little baby goat raises the spirits of seniors' h…
 
Point Leamington is located on the shore of Southwest Arm, which extends towards Notre Dame Bay on Newfoundland's Northeast Coast. A better description of where it is? If you're on the highway, turn down by Botwood, keep going, and you'll get there! Raymond Cooper has lived in Point Leamington his whole life, and he's a bit of a history buff.…
 
NL's government is planning to rename Red Indian Lake near Buchans, but an applicant to the Qalipu First Nation band says the proposed Mi'kmaw name is usurping the Beothuck language. A Memorial University immunologist talks about his research on COVID immunity, the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor is planning to expand the Gorge Park, and an educator te…
 
The province is changing the name of Red Indian Lake, in the name of reconciliation but it's having the opposite effect; carrying liability insurance could reduce police violence; they're sisters who share everything including breastfeeding duties; and 11-year-old Carter Burton needed an assist to make his hockey dreams come true.…
 
A Corner Brook family is reeling from a home invasion that happened in the middle of the day, and a specialist on healthy weight dispels some myths and misunderstanding about weight loss. The task force on redesigning NL's health care system gives a progress report, while another task force - trying to help find affordable housing for families and …
 
School District official responds to criticism from high school students about the in-class/online learning system. Nurses' union understands NL's offer to send medical personnel to Ontario to combat Covid-19, but says government needs to deal with a nursing shortage here. Living-wage advocacy group in NL weighs in on Ottawa's plan to increase the …
 
A place to crash for the night is hardly a home - we ask two organizations about homelessness, its roots and its risks. Also, Megan Jackman of Robert's Arm is winning awards for her company, Ragmaw Designs, which makes purses and handbags to be sold around the world.
 
If you've attended The Gathering festival in Burlington, or gone glamping for a staycation there... chances are, you've come across today's Havin' a Yarn guest. Nope, we're not talking about actor and comedian Shaun Majumder - although our guest IS a good friend of Shaun's and oftentimes his right-hand man.We speak with Rudy Norman.…
 
In class one day, learning online the next - our panel of high school students evaluates NL's "hybrid" education. Also, on our new series, a "Home Hacker" tells us how to grow our own tomato plants from the tomatoes we buy at the grocery store. Florist tells people how to maintain their house plants, and a cellist from Western Newfoundland records …
 
NL teachers' union says the at-home/in-school schedule changes for high school students are causing stress for their members, Municipalities NL wants federal help to rebuild from the impacts of Covid-19, regional chief with Assembly of First Nations asks Ottawa to resume talks with Qalipu First Nation on membership issues, and Labrador-Grenfell Hea…
 
Many Canadians will stop for a moment on Saturday to pay tribute to the late Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, who died last week at the age of 99. Barry MacKenzie is a life-long royalist and a regional co-ordinator of the Monarchist League of Canada.
 
The NL Federation of School Councils reacts to high school students and teachers having to adjust to changing combinations of in-class and online learning. The two-week delay in the re-opening of the Atlantic Bubble means a student may have to wait months to get home to Gillams this spring, and the project manager reacts to news that the caribou mo…
 
For 14-year-old Parker Matchim of Gander, knowing his family lineage has become a bit of an obsession. He's done his family tree, questioned his relatives, and researched online. Now he's sharing what he's found on a new Facebook page - "Ancestors of Eastport, Happy Adventure, and Sandy Cove."
 
Central Health holds vaccination clinics to help battle Covid-19, Gander Airport CEO encouraged by federal assistance package for Air Canada, Qalipu band member who was kicked off the list is upset with Ottawa for cutting off membership talks, and Grenfell Campus theatre students take their show off the stage and perform it online.…
 
Bay of Islands residents rush to take voluntary Covid-19 tests after a small cluster of cases emerges, constitutional lawyer says NDP's court challenge to have all results of the NL election thrown out is unlikely to succeed, City of Corner Brook says fewer accidents and better traffic flow are good reasons to support the new roundabout, and a 14-y…
 
Stacey Alexander of Corner Brook, NL hasn't been well since February 2020. Up until then, she was a healthy, active person, but now she believes she's suffering the after effects of COVID-19. The condition is often called long COVID, or long haul COVID - but Alexander was never diagnosed with the virus.…
 
Centreville-Wareham-Trinity will soon be home to the "Dr. Janice Fitzgerald HOLD FAST Lookout," conservationists say a new ATV trail on the west coast could pose a threat to one of the province's last wild rivers, Gander man helps recycling company collect coffee cup lids and bread tabs, and central Newfoundland man wins Percy Janes First Novel Awa…
 
Weather station on top of Marble Mountain will shut for a year as Doppler radar facility is replaced, public interest group of health care researchers will consult cancer patients and their families, NL fisheries union says lack of competition could cause crab harvesters to sell catches in NS, and forest fire expert says lack of runoff water could …
 
Gros Morne National Park will consult with the public about whether a spruce budworm control program should take place there, provincial Kennel Club warns people to beware of con artists who claim to be selling puppies, and a former Newfoundland crab fisherman - who is now a buyer in Nova Scotia - encourages NL fish harvesters to land their catches…
 
Buying a house for the first time can be a scary experience. There are so many different things to know, and different parts of the process that you want to make sure you get right. Well, The 101 is here to help! Mortgage broker Susan Anthony explains the first step: getting your mortgage.
 
Nalcor temporarily supplies electricity to paper mill in Corner Brook when water reservoir runs low, Hospitality NL applauds Marine Atlantic’s decision to halt rate increases this year, a big, orange, "flying saucer," attached to a helicopter, helps company search for gold, and a major link in the provincial T’Railway system - a trestle near Gambo …
 
An issue arising from a car accident in Corner Brook in 2009 takes an unusual path to the Supreme Court of Canada, and a NAV CANADA spokesperson explains why air traffic controllers in Gander are losing their jobs. Cross country skiers in NL answered an invitation to a virtual marathon recently - and wowed the organizers - and comedian Mike Lynch w…
 
Gander air traffic controllers say 27 layoffs raise questions about the safety of air travel. Stephenville Primary School students co-write and publish a book that will be for sale on Amazon, folklore students at Grenfell Campus curate an art exhibit called the Wampum Belt Project - and make it available for a virtual tour - and a young country sin…
 
Seniors' advocate says seniors in the province face many obstacles in getting enough healthy food. In other stories today, a non-profit group has developed a map to tell people where to buy locally grown produce, local Trans man says International Transgender Day of Visibility sends a message of support, and birder builds 40 bird boxes as shelters …
 
Andrew Furey and the Liberals gained a narrow majority in the provincial election that seemed to go on for months. We speak to both the Premier himself and then touch base with our political panel for their thoughts. High winds in York Harbour yesterday caused significant damage, we speak to a homeowner affected by the storm. Two years since the po…
 
2021 NL Election edition: We speak with the new Liberal MHA for St. Barbe - L'Anse aux Meadows, Krista Lynn Howell. PC MHA Chris Tibbs regains his seat in Grand Falls-Windsor - Buchans, and Independent candidate Eddie Joyce recaptures Humber- Bay of Islands. Retired political scientist Steve Tomblin sums up an unusual campaign and voting process, a…
 
Warm temperatures - followed by a winter storm - prompt a search and rescue group to warn people about ice and avalanche safety hazards, theatre company will welcome audiences back - to a brand new theatre in Cow Head, the Canada Revenue Agency wants your help to assist others with their tax returns, and from accordion stops to a beat drop...a trad…
 
Western Newfoundland pediatrician says the province's vaccine rollout is leaving her and other health care professionals out, Gander Airport manager welcomes the return of WestJet to the province, university student from Botwood wins $30K Frank H. Sobey Award for business, and Town of Gander's new web series teaches kids the wacky and creative side…
 
A Western Newfoundland man didn't receive a mail-in ballot for the provincial election, even though he had applied for one, and a central Newfoundland candidate is hearing similar stories in her district. Caribou on Fogo Island are normally elusive, but they're making their presence known everywhere, even on people's lawns. A new novel tells about …
 
People from outside Miawpukek won't be allowed at annual pow wow due to Covid-19 risk, family of Paralympic swimmer Katarina Roxon not allowed to travel and watch her in Tokyo due to visitor ban. Bonavista Social Club is closed for business, but the owner is giving pizza-making lessons online, and fans of NL comedian and impersonator Glenn Downey m…
 
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