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American Dreamer: Sam’s Story (Long Haul Productions)

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A lot of great sounds tonight…including 2 new EPs from Secret Archives of the Vatican a dubwise summer mix (“Dubble Trubble from Pete Cogle’s Podcast Factory); the soundtrack from Eric Hilton’s new film Babylon Central; and a couple of Michael Rose selections to commemorate his appearance at the 5th annual Bayfront Reggae Festival.

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Kurtis Scaletta discusses Mamba Point, a book for middle-grade readers inspired by his childhood in Liberia. In a recent starred review, Kirkus Reviews called the book “A tale tinted with magical realism that is by turns scary and very funny.”

Award-winning children’s book author John Coy also joins us to discuss his ongoing series for younger readers. John Coy is the author of 9 books ranging from picture books to young adult novels.

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“Gacho!” This episode explores the lost genre of Freestyle, Colombian Vallenato (cumbia), Soul and Funk, and Latino Hip Hop. Tambien, we give a shout out to the entire island of Puerto Rico. Look inside for more details and playlists ese.

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A profile of Charles Nolte—international stage and screen actor who also directed, wrote and taught in the Twin Cities.

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Your words and body language sell the most valuable product you own—YOU!

Think, speak and act like a victim and people will take advantage of you. Think, speak and act with confidence and pizzazz and you’ll command the respect and attention of other people—especially your peers. In order to get what you want you must feel powerful and the only way to do that is to think, speak, and act powerfully!

Erika Lyremark was in the studio with Kinshasha. Having spent nine years as an exotic dancer, Erika Lyremark (LEAR-A-mark) used her street smarts and hustling finesse to muscle her way into partner and co-creator of a commercial real estate investment firm.

In 2005, Erika parlayed one successful career into another and created her professional coaching and consulting company, DAILY WHIP. Sassy and unstoppable, she’s made an art and science out of whipping you into action. Erika stays connected to big business by consulting for her commercial real estate firm while helping her client’s with their businesses and careers.

Erika has been featured on KFAI, Twin Cities Live, KSTP Channel 5 News, Twin Cities Business Magazine, Metro Magazine, and in 2009 Mpls/St. Paul Magazine listed her coaching as the #1 thing to do to make your life better.

She also has a new book coming out called “Think Like A Stripper: How To Make It In Any Economy.” Look for it January 2011.

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