Archive for August, 2012

August 26, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, Aug. 25 (8 pm), and Sunday, Aug. 26 (2 pm), 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon will interview Andrea Mallis, a certified astrologer and owner of Virgo in Service Astrological Consulting on Saturday, August 25 at 8 pm, with a rebroadcast on Sunday, August 26 at 2 pm on 1480 KYOS AM.  The interview can be listened to on Facebook at Arts in the Valley beginning this Sunday.  In this segment, we explore San Francisco Giants Gemini pitcher Tim Lincecum’s unique astrology chart and forecast.

To listen to Astrologer Andrea Mallis, click onto the link:sports asrto

Andrea brings over 20 years experience, and studied with Vicki Noble at the Motherpeace School of Healing Arts. Her web site is www.virgoinservice.com, email is andrea@virgoinservice.com.  Voicemail is 510-874-4911.  You can also find Andrea on Facebook, and Twitter@virgoinservice.

She’s currently the astrologer on the Giants flagship station KNBR, 95.7 The Game, ESPN and Comcast SportsNet, and served as the astrologer during the Oakland A’s Moneyball Era.  Andrea’s pioneering work has been featured in the San Francisco Chronicle, USA Today and the New York Times.

Her services include timely forecast updates, insightful birth chart reports, relationship compatibility, childscopes and more. E- readings conveniently mailed to your inbox, and in-depth consultations are available as well.

Andrea is offering convenient e readings, emailed astrology birth chart, forecast and compatibly reports, from $30-$40, mention this show for 10% discount off all astrological services.

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August 19, 2012

Arts in the Valley, August 18 (8 pm) and August 19 (2 pm) 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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Tune into Arts in the Valley on Saturday, August 18, and Sunday, August 19 as host Kim McMillon interviews Spiritual Medium Allie Cheslick, and San Francisco Bay Area Vocalist Faye Carol.

To listen to Spiritual Medium Allie Cheslick, click onto the link:ally cheslick-1

Allie Cheslick is a Professional Spiritual Medium, Healer, Intuitive & Radio Host. She has been a consultant to a national and international clientele and a sought after guest on many radio programs. She is also known as a Psychic’s Psychic and has been privileged to work with various families aiding in connecting to help with cold and current murder cases.

Allie has been touted as one of the most genuine, sincere, and hauntingly accurate spiritual mediums of our time. Allie’s Love is felt in every reading and her, “Tell it like it is attitude” is refreshing and authentic. Allie goes above and beyond to ensure that each client leaves the reading with love, comfort, hope, peace and a sense of empowerment to know they have full control over their ability to move forward in their lives.

Allie says, “It’s never about the psychic or medium, we are just the conduits for the information, it’s always about the client and those in spirit wishing to communicate albeit loved ones, angels or spirit guides.”

Allie’s reputation and comedic personality have earned her a loyal following of clients, referrals and a large local and international radio fan base. Her compassion, ethics, integrity and humor give her the ability to effectively communicate the messages while putting her clients at ease.

Allie can be heard weekly on her Internet Radio Show. Her show is the hottest on the internet and receiving rave reviews! Allie’s show, Wings Of Love Radio, has been in continuous broadcast for 5 years and on various stations such as BlogTalk radio, Z-Talk Radio and her current home station Achieve Radio. Allie has been dubbed the Barbara Walters of metaphysical radio.

Allie’s passion and mission is to be of service to humanity by helping to raise the level of consciousness, teaching spiritual principles and unconditional love. I am not here to convince, convert or judge anyone elses belief systems for each of you have your own path. I am here to gently nudge and remind you that you are a Divine child of the most High God, Creator, Source Energy and that you deserve to be fully and unconditionally abundant in all areas of your life.

To listen to vocalist Faye Carol, click onto the link:faye carrol-3

Mississippi born Faye Carol, along with John Stamos will bring heart and soul to all who come to the Black Rep Theater Saturday, August 25th 7-9 PM. ” Picante Soul: Blues and Jazz” will have a one night only performance. The music from Afro Cuban, Brazilian and Carribean jazz will feature Marcus Shelby on bass, Geechi on drums, Howard Wiley on Saxophone as well as the five times Grammy nominated John Stamos for his Afro Latin percussionist contributions. Marco Casola will be accompanying Faye in what has been billed her “red hot fiery positivity” by the San Francisco Examiner.

PICANTE-SOUL

Saturday, August 25, 2012

Recipe for joy:

Put in TASTES of BLUES and JAZZ from a MISSISSIPPI-DIVA with SASS & SWAY…MIXING IT UP with the “DYNAMIC Ms. FAYE”

Add HOT-SPICY BLENDS of PERCUSSIONIST “JOHN SANTOS” reknown from the MISSION District and COAST to COAST

Clifford Brown Jr.: Radio Man A PRECIOUS SOUL…bringing FLAVOR & MEAT of “HISTORIES-UNTOLD”

A Night Out With “The Dynamic Miss Faye Carol” And “The Hot & Spicy John Santos”…

FEATURING:

Marco Casasola – Piano

Marcus Shelby – Bass

Geechi Taylor – Drums

Howard Wiley – Sax

Saturday, August 25, 2012

2 Shows – 7 & 9pm

Presale $25 ($30 @the Door)

VIP $40 Preferred Seating

**Meet & Greet – autographed pics with the artists

Black Repertory Group

3201 Adeline Street – Berkeley, CA

(1 Block South of Ashby BART)

(510) 652-2120

blackrepertorygroup.com

Faye Carol: fayecarolbiz@gmail.com

Dr. MV Scott BRG: monaconduit7@yahoo.com

August 19, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, Aug. 11 (8 PM), and Sunday Aug. 12 (2 PM), 2012, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon inteviews Robert Hypes, the Artistic Director of Playhouse Merced, and Psychic Medium Renata Santorelli on Saturday and Sunday, August 11 at 8 pm, and August 12 at 2 pm.

To listen to Rob Hypes discuss Playhouse Merced’s Season, click onto the Link:merced theatre-5

Founded in 1994 as the Merced Center for the Performing Arts, Playhouse Merced has grown over the years into the area’s premier theatre organization, presenting a Mainstage season of at least a dozen shows and special events annually.  Additionally, the youth Conservatory offers after-school instruction in theatre, voice and dance, provides educational opportunities through outreach to outlying communities and presents acclaimed theatre summer camps for young people.

Partial list of Playhouse Merced’s upcoming season

9 to 5: The Musical
August 31 – September 16, 2012

Music and Lyrics by  Dolly Parton 
Book by  Patricia Resnick 
Based on the 20th Century Fox Picture

It’s a hilarious tale of friendship and revenge — three unlikely friends who conspire to take control of their company and learn there’s nothing they can’t do — even in a man’s world.

A Few Good Men
September 28 – October 7, 2012 
by Aaron Sorkin

From the writer of “The West Wing,” “Moneyball” and the “Social Network” is this riveting drama of military lawyers at a court-martial who uncover a high-level conspiracy in the course of defending their clients, United States Marines accused of murder.

Richard O’Brien’ The Rocky Horror Show
 October 12 – October 31, 2012


Book, Music and Lyrics by Richard O’Brien

Let’s do the Time Warp again!  Meet Brad, Janet, Riff-Raff, Magenta, Columbia and Dr. Frank N. Furter in one of the most outrageous shows ever produced.

To listen to Psychic Medium Renata Santorelli, click onto the link:renata santori-2

Psychic Medium Renata Santorelli was born in Kentucky and raised in California. Her own life experiences have contributed towho she has become today: a motivational psychic medium, a motivational speaker, a spiritual counselor and a radio show host. Her desire is to continue to inspire others with messages of hope and inspiration through her private consultation sessions, her personal writings… and workshops and lectures, all of which tell of her varied and often difficult life experiences. 

Unfortunately like so many others, Renata has experienced various levels of abuse while growing up. She was taken away from her family when she was twelve due to the abuse; she was made a ward of the state of California and lived in a state run girls’ home in Los Angeles, from the ages of twelve to eighteen.

Her spiritual journey has steadfastly led her to a place of healing and peace as a result of sharing her life’s story with thousands of others. Many other people have also endured what seemed to be impossible life experiences and circumstances.

Renata has been communicating with those in the afterlife since the age of three…

The spiritual world was not something her family understood… This was a confusing time for her, because while what she was hearing and seeing was very real, she learned that her ability was not something she could share with most of her family without severe repercussions at times. She began internalizing what she saw, heard or felt – for fear of ridicule. She was exposed to various religious beliefs, both from her family and from the religious girl’s home where she lived during her teen years. With these beliefs imposed upn her, she was again left with the impression that what she saw, heard and felt from her contact with those on the other side was not a gift, but ‘a curse’.

It was not until her third near death experience in 1997 that she began to realize that maybe what she thought was her biggest curse in life might be a gift. But she was still keeping her abilities a secret at that time.In 1998, once again her life would forever be changed. It was during her physical healing process from an automobile accident that her beloved brother took his own life. After his passing, she fell into a deep depression.Then, one night months after his passing, she had a visit from him. During this visit, he told her that it was now time for her to begin using her abilities and gifts to help others. His visit transformed her life forever.

Thus began her search for the true meaning of the Higher Power that was called ‘God’.

Renata Santorelli worked with the The Windbridge Institute for Applied Research in Human Potential.  The Institute  is concerned with asking, “What can we do with the potential that exists within our bodies, minds, and spirits?” Can we heal each other? Ourselves? Can we affect events and physical reality with our thoughts? Can we know things before they happen? Are we connected to each other? To the planet? Can we communicate with our loved ones who have passed?

August 5, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, August 4 (8 PM), and Sunday, August 5 (2 PM), 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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On Saturday, August 4th, and Sunday, August 5th, Arts in the Valley hosts Kim McMillon inteviews Marina Drummer, the director of Community Futures Collective on the Angola 3; Heike Hambley, the founder of Merced Shakepearefest, on the upcoming production of A Midsummer’s Night Dream; and Dennis Phones and Dave Brown, members of Boots and Slippers Square Dancing Club of Merced.

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To listen to Marina Drummer’s interview, click onto the link:angola 3-1

Marina Drummer has worked at the LEF Foundation since its inception in 1985.  She runs her own non-profit, Community Futures Collective, that serves as a fiscal sponsor for grassroots organizations as well as providing infrastructure development. In addition, Marina serves as Administrator of the Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival.  On Arts in the Valley, Marina will discuss her involvement with the Angola 3.

Through the Community Futures Collective, The National Coalition to Free the Angola 3 has been working together since 1998 specifically to raise consciousness about the case of the Angola 3, prisoners who have been held in solitary confinement in Angola prison for 34 years, as well as general information about prison issues in Louisiana and nationally.

The Coalition raises funds for the legal defense of the Angola 3’s post-conviction and civil cases and to support the important communications efforts of Albert Woodfox and Herman Wallace from their cells in Angola.Robert King Wilkerson, the freed member of the Angola 3 travels the world speaking about his comrades in Angola.  For more information about the Community Futures Collective, and the Angola 3, please visit, http://www.communityfuturescollective.org.

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Click onto the link to listen to Heike Hambley discuss the upcoming production of A Midsummer’s Night Dream:shakspear-1

Merced Shakespearefest founder and artistic director Heike Hambly discusses her latest production, A Midsummer Night’s Dream with Arts in the Valley Host Kim McMillon

A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a play by William Shakespeare. Believed to have been written between 1590 and 1596, it portrays the events surrounding the marriage of the Duke of Athens, Theseus, and the Queen of the Amazons, Hippolyta.  These include the adventures of four young Athenian lovers and a group of six amateur actors, who are controlled and manipulated by the fairies who inhabit the forest in which most of the play is set.

Merced Shakespearefest celebrates its 11th season with ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ on Aug. 11, 12, 18 and 19 at Applegate Park, 26th and N streets in Merced.

Shows on Saturdays are at 10 a.m. and

6 p.m.; Sunday’s show is at 6 p.m.

All performances are free.

Information: (209) 723-3265 or visit, mercedshakespearfest.org.

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Click onto the link to listen to Dave Brown and Dennis Phones discuss square dancing:square dancing

Merced’s Boots and Slippers Square Dance Classes start every September and are free to the public the first three square dance classes.  Classes start Monday, September 10th at 7 pm at the Stratford and Evans Community Hall, 1490 B. Street in Merced.

For info Call

Dennis Fones 209-383-5352

or, Dave Brown 209-777-1274

August 5, 2012

Arts in the Valley, Saturday, July 28 (8PM), and Sunday, July 29 (2PM), 2012, 1480 KYOS AM, Merced, CA

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Arts in the Valley host Kim McMillon interviews Merced’s 60s psychedelic rock group Crystal Syphon.
To listen to the Crystal Syphon interview, click onto the link: crystal syphon-2
Crystal Syphon, one of the greatest “lost” groups of the West Coast psych scene, came together in Merced, California in 1965. Originally a Beatles / Byrds-influenced unit called the Morlochs, they soon shed their original moniker and moved in a more psychedelic direction, becoming a fixture on the ballroom circuit from 1966-1970. Although their music may nod in the direction of the New Tweedy Brothers and Quicksilver Messenger Service at times, it’s imbued throughout with a distinctive sound that arose from practicing up to six nights a week. The band entertained offers from various labels during their existence, but as they insisted on complete artistic control and ownership of their music, no deals were struck. Now, some 44 years after its creation, Roaratorio is proud to make the music of Crystal Syphon available for the first time ever. Drawn from studio tracks, rehearsal tapes and a live recording from the Fillmore West, Family Evil is released in an edition of 500 copies, with cover art by Norman Orr and extensive historical liner notes on an old-style “tip-on” jacket. Digital download included. 
“Family Evil” is available for purchase on iTunes and as additional pressings of the records become available at http://www.roaratorio.com.

 

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