Ruth the Riot Girl
Obscure Sense the show that focuses on local artist in the colorful world of art & fashion with host Christian Juarez. On this episodes Christian chats with artist Ruth Ferguson. Ruth uses paint, illustration and music to convey her artistic inspiration. Ruth shares her creative process while painting, discusses her song “Be Strange” and her views on the importance of individuality. They also discuss American Horror Story and the Museum of Death.
You can follow Ruth on instagram and tumblr. Tune in to KPCRadio.com for more from Christian.
A Dynamic Duo
Farsi Show goes around the city to be a bridge between you and the cultural, literature, and arts events. An artist couple, a teacher couple, and an active couple make these two musicians a very special duo. Arezo Kouchakan is a music instructor in a Los Angeles music school, as well as founder and leader of Ladies’ Daff Group. Ladies’ Daff Group had its first performance with the Iranian super star AREF in the Dolby Theater, and in recently in Canada. Arezo will play Daff for Farsi show listeners, and discuss her experience on stage with one of the biggest Iranian pop singers. Vandad Massehzadeh a proprietor and director of Melody Kohen Music school, Director of Artists Home Music, and director and conductor of Koban group. Former music instructor in music school in Iran. Vandad had more than 300 performance in Iran and around the world. He will share his opinion about Iranian classic and folklore music and plays live for our listeners. Vandad is author of two books about music instruments.
Tune in for music and the full discussion!
Samhain, Hallows and Death Mysteries
Gothropology is the show that takes you by the hand and leads you into unknown pleasures. On this episode, Griffin and Brit-El finish the Wheel of the Year with a well-rounded discussion of the Dark Times. From Samhain and Hallows to the death mysteries and all they encompass, join in for a full blooded conversation all about when the veil gets thin.
Grab the last 12 tickets to Saturday the 28th’s Samhain ritual by calling up The Green Man Store– you can also find them on Facebook and check out their calendar.
Find Brit-El on The Belfry Network.
Fit Bodies is a show that focuses on health in the San Fernando Valley by eating right, exercising, meditating, and having a positive attitude. On this episode, Herbalife supervisor Emely Pereira talks about her drastic body transformation. From youth to present day, Emely explained the obstacles she came across to lose over 90 pounds as well as how she stays motivated. Along with Emely, Nataly Rodriguez talks about how Emely’s transformation motivates her.
Follow Emely on Instagram, and reach her over email at email@example.com.
Baptism By Flame
Gothropology is the show that discusses ancient traditions, modern heretics, mortality, sexuality and regeneration- the guide to come and take you by the hand into unknown pleasures. On this episode, reiki master Kristin Dwan shares her lifelong relationship with fire and healing. From third degree burns and a burnt house to regeneration, from job loss to career renewal, Kristin shares an impassioned, compassionate testament to the human will and the awe-inspiring power of fire to destroy and to cleanse. Kristin heals full-time with The Healing Woods, her Los Angeles-centric business that offers healing via reiki, fire cupping and tarot reading. Kristin also counsels other spiritual healers in establishing their own business, solidifying a partnership of energy workers to “heal the world.” Baptism by Flame is the engaging, nonfiction workbook-memoir that makes Kristin’s evolution into an accessible tool for the reader’s personal growth as well.
Follow Kristin on Facebook to stay in the loop, and take a look at thehealingwoods.com to read more about her BS bonfires, reiki packages and coaching.
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Wiley Hicks Simpson
Dance My Way with Randi Love is a show that focuses on promoting an interest in various dance styles and the individuals that teach it. On this episode Randi talks with studio director of the Celebration Ballroom, Wiley Hicks Simpson. He discusses his passion and background in dance and well as his studio. He talks about the various paths he has been down, from being a U.S. Army Ranger to drug addiction issues and how he has worked at helping other overcome their addiction problems.