Recording King

23 Apr 19
Marv Blogging

AMANDA  People store memories in many ways. Some do it by taking photos, recording Videos or writing diaries; while others may just prefer to store them in their brains. This day, that very somber day when Mom passed away, I found an empty-paged notebook laying next to her bed, with my name written on it. […]

23 Apr 19
Christopher's space

I sat in the office and graded some exams. The afternoon became quite warm. After I was done with work, I was fortunate to catch a bus quickly to the BART station, but I was frustrated that I had to wait 13 minutes for a train. On a Monday night with school still in session, […]

23 Apr 19
disillusioningillusion

This is a rant about how pissed I am and how dehydrated I am and how my neck and my head hurts. The day 12/04/19. I went to an interview, pretty important and a crazy good job so you’d expect that the process is quite crazy as well. The damn interview was an affair that […]

23 Apr 19
Site Title

Mix with your ears not your eyes. How did you get your start in music in general? I was a huge band nerd in middle school, I played drums in the marching band, jazz band, concert band and drum line. I didn’t stick with it in high school but it was then that I got […]

23 Apr 19
Good Question

Q. How long was it from when God rejected Saul as king because of his second serious disobedience (when God said, “I regret that I have made Saul king, because he has turned away from me and has not carried out my instructions”) to when God said to Samuel, “How long will you mourn for […]

23 Apr 19
Blewett Photography

In my research so far I have looked at the history of street photography as well as some of the pioneers of the genre. I have analysed their photographs to look at how they composed their images and the different scenes and subjects that they would photograph. I have also looked at the work of modern […]

23 Apr 19
musictomyears

The red plastic covered Phillips transistor radio only had the shortwave bands so; music was all about what George Colinet gives on Voice of America as well as music on BBC (African Service), the Radio Nigeria stations were all on shortwave bands. Later African Numero Uno broadcasting in French from Libreville, Gabon joined the fray; […]

23 Apr 19
Books and (Re)views

When I was getting my Masters of Theology the Reformation was one of my main areas of focus, with particular emphasis on Luther’s Reformation in Germany. The courses I took on the Reformation centered mostly on the movement as it began with Luther and spent time on figures like John Calvin and Huldrych Zwingli, who […]

23 Apr 19
A Lot of Chop

On the 25th Anniversary of perhaps the greatest ever hip-hop album  – Nas’ Illmatic – there’s been some gem-like articles waxing lyrical on the masterpiece. So I was inspired to veer off restaurants and post about my favourite album of all time. Widely considered to be their finest work, Exile on Main Street sees The […]

23 Apr 19
Future Greyhound

Tuesday 23rd April 2019 It’s Semi-Final night in the Northern Sprint @ Sheffield this evening and one greyhound has been grossly underrated in the Antepost betting markets and can land the spoils. CALZAGHE FLASH @ 10/1 (Betfair SB & BetVictor) is a must bet Eachway for outright honors. Ted Soppit’s National Sprint Hero was up […]

23 Apr 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Rating:  0 The Medieval period (1250-1485)   Dunstable: Veni Sancte Spiritus – Veni Creator Spiritus Dunstable, referred to now as Dunstaple, was born in 1390 or thereabouts, worked in France between 1422-37 at the court of Henry V’s regent, the Duke of Bedford, and died in 1453. Many sources, in his lifetime and shortly after, acknowledge […]

23 Apr 19
Lifebit Blog

Over the past few months, Lifebit has had an unparalleled opportunity to experiment and validate our ideas over one of the most innovative projects. In Summer 2018 Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation, announced the Design Foundation funding competition, investing up to £1 million to fund early-stage, human-centred research and design projects. The […]

23 Apr 19
I’ve bought another ticket

Theatre is one of the most exciting ways to spend a few hours, but it’s an expensive hobby to uphold with many ticket prices setting you back an average of £50 per ticket. There are ways to still immerse yourself in musical theatre, and not spend out on tickets. Cast recordings and soundtracks/ Encore radio. […]

23 Apr 19
To the Peace on Earth

  The official release celebration of the new book To the Peace on Earth takes place in Johannesburg on Thursday evening 7PM at the Roving Bantu Kitchen. The book is set in the post apartheid era and is released under a multi-media theme of 25 years of democracy. Programme of the launch: Madala Kunene performing […]

23 Apr 19
mandersmedia.co.uk

Rating:  0 The Medieval period (1250-1485)   Dunstable: Veni Sancte Spiritus – Veni Creator Spiritus Dunstable, referred to now as Dunstaple, was born in 1390 or thereabouts, worked in France between 1422-37 at the court of Henry V’s regent, the Duke of Bedford, and died in 1453. Many sources, in his lifetime and shortly after, acknowledge […]

23 Apr 19
Frederick Anderson

  Lying in his single bed, Joseph could see through his window reflected flashes of blue against the sky and he wondered in passing what they might represent; but he was used to the noise and constant siren song of London, so he paid them little heed.   His mind was too full. Perhaps he had […]

23 Apr 19
GHANAPAGE™

Yesterday news went viral that Bhim Nation boss Stonebwoy had performed to only 32 fans in the Volta Region during one of their Easter festivities. But it has emerged that it was rather his rival and self-acclaimed Dancehall King Shatta Wale. When the picture went viral, SM fans took to social media to troll Stonebwoy […]