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Monday, January 27, 2014

Dj Grandpa's Crib: My Crowdfunding Word of Honor

Discover the artists, singers, producers, entrepreneurs, game developers, and inventors of the future at DJ Grandpa's Crib, the unofficial Kickstarter Podcast. With a fresh voice and inspiring interviews, this weekly podcast celebrates the creative genius in each of us. Don’t miss a single episode!

DJG learns about AngelBlocks, puts on his Spurs with Sean Brown, gets dazzled by Pixel Art,  falls hard for the Michigan City Vandals, talks Icarus with Ronald Garner, witnesses a Livestock Uprising, and rides into the sunset on My Wooden Horse.

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Show roster for My Crowdfunding Word of Honor links to all Funding campaigns discussed in this episode:

1.  Mike Cameron & Michael Konas
Livestock Uprising - A Call to Farms
by Dog Might Games 
Pinckney, MI              
2.  Al Linke
Santa Clara, CA                
3.  Ronald Garner
Icarus: A Graphic Novel
by Silence in the Library Publishing 
Washington, DC                                      
4.  Julee Laurent 
Michigan City Vandals Album Project
Benton Harbor, MI              
5.  Sean Brown
Spurs: A Tale in the Old West
by Mr. B. Games 
Aurora, CO                                                                    
6.  Netta Shalgi
My Wooden Horse 
7.  Steve Montgomery
AngelBlocks : Lifestyle Automation Anyone Can Use 
Yukon, OK              
 8.  Evan Roman and Patrick J Russell
Shout Out of the Week:
Show Producer: Von Rupert
Theme Music: Trevor Williams
Assistant Editors: Jeffery Banks, Bertram Zeek & Zachary Simao

Sunday, January 26, 2014

You should always "Set a High Standard for Yourself..."

Finding your niche is easier than you may think. Entertainment expert, Ron Greenfield shares his tips on how to find it and how to remain true to it.

The Creative Process: Exploration and Discovery

What do I want to do? Or, what can I do? Some of us have a sense of it from the beginning while for others it
involves self-discovery and exploration. In either case, it is a journey of one kind or another, filled with a variety of
experiences, self-assessment, and examination. - See more at: Aspects of Entertainment

Thursday, January 23, 2014

How to choose on Broadway...

If you're planning a trip to New York City to see a Broadway play, entertainment expert, Ron Greenfield has some advice for you.

With the awards season in full swing, The Golden Globes, Critic’s Choice, and SAG Awards, it’s safe to assume that most people will continue to hedge bets and pick their favorites up until Oscar® night.
While in New York the other week, putting aside the “awards madness", I indulged myself and took advantage of one of the best things about New York – the Broadway Theater. While seeing any Broadway production can be excessively expensive, there is the TKTS Booth, located in Times Square and downtown near the Seaport Museum, where anyone can purchase tickets at half the price on the day of the performance. Two must-sees for me were Once and a new production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie.
- Read more at: Aspects of Entertainment

Saturday, January 18, 2014

It was an honor just to be nominated...

It's nomination time at the Oscars, baby,  and Ron Greenfield shares all!

The Oscar Nominations
Well, it’s official. The nominations are out and the web
and social media are all abuzz. Who’s favored to win,
who got snubbed, or who got forgotten.  Read more at:

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Notes from New York City

Ron Greenfield takes us on a magic carpet ride through past and present New York in his latest post, Notes from New York City.
Notes From New York City
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
For those of my generation there was no other like Johnny Carson. He had that mid-western charm and humor, his
second banana Ed McMahan, and Doc Severinson. Then he moved the show to Los Angeles, to attract more Hollywood celebrities. Then Jay Leno succeeded him, later the NBC debacle of turning over the reins to Conan and then back to Leno. Now it’s Jimmy Fallon bringing it back to the city over thirty years later. Does Fallon have the chops to pull it off? I don’t think so. Obviously he attracts a younger demographic, having cut his teeth and getting his celebrity on Saturday
Night Live, but does he have the sophistication and savvy to pull it off? That remains to be seen and given that it’s NBC and the network’s faux pas’ in recent years, it may be another disaster is the making. - Read more at:

Monday, January 13, 2014

It's all about Persistence!

Entertainment expert Ron Greenfield finishes up his three part video series with Persistence.
Purpose, Passion, and Then There Is PERSISTENCE.

As the final segment of my three part video series, the third aspect is Persistence. This is the action element. It is the part that will give legs to your goal or project – whatever it is you want to achieve or accomplish. Without it Purpose and Passion are meaningless. To watch the video, go to:

Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Facing The Wolf...

Entertainment expert, Ron Greenfield explores The Wolf of Wall Street. Will this movie win big at The Academy Awards, or will it get swallowed up by the other mega hit movies of 2013?

Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street
"That is the crux of the story – one man’s rapid rise to unlimited wealth and with that, his eventual downfall. With stories
of this nature we bear witness and even revere the lifestyle – the homes, cars, clothes, and jewels. But what about the
other side – the victims who get swindled, the ones who lose their hard-earned, life savings." - Read more at: