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The American Dream

A weekly program hosted by Stanley El, spotlighting South Jersey people, Wednesdays at 5:00 p.m.
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The American Dream
(Jan 16, 2013) Play Dowanload

Host Stanley El spoke with Robert Hawthorne, poet, philosopher and studier of macrobiotics. Hawthorne made his contribution to the American Dream through poetic insights into a New Age for the earth. He explained some of his poetic habits and inspirations as well as a few short readings of some of his recent work.

The American Dream
(Jan 09, 2013) Play Dowanload

Host Stanley El, co-host Maya Grantham, Allie Volpe and K-Len Anderson talked about their hopes and expectations for 2013. Grantham discussed an upcoming play she's starring in, Volpe shared her excitement of graduation, Anderson talked about revamping his YouTube series and El mentioned his numerous books he's publishing this year. He also offered insight on how writing books is much easier than it seems.

The American Dream
(Dec 19, 2012) Play Dowanload

Tony Ebola, 10, joined host Stanley El to discus his future career aspirations which include becoming a veteranarian. He also shared how he reached his goal of saving money to buy a dog. Tony also talked about working with his father at his pizza shop in Woodbury, NJ and hopes to one day work there.

The American Dream
(Dec 12, 2012) Play Dowanload

Michael Williams, musician and composer, joined host Stanley El to discuss his music career. Recently, Williams has founded a grassroots program called The Healing America Music Project that deals with healing and the principles of the American Constitution. Williams goes into detail about how all the events in his life have lead up to him creating this group and working with music. He also stressed the importance and relevance of performing patriotic music all year long.

The American Dream
(Dec 05, 2012) Play Dowanload

Tom Mirochna, artist and gallery owner joined host Stanley El to discuss his gallery, Tria Art located in Woodbury, NJ. Mirochna shared his American dream, to help establish the arts in South Jersey, particularly in Woodbury. He also talked about his art and his career as an artist. Later, Mirochna talked about the opening of his gallery and the various artists' work he houses there.

The American Dream
(Nov 21, 2012) Play Dowanload

Grand Master Vernon Rich, martial arts instructor at CMA Martial Arts Self Defense and entrepreneur, joined host Stanley El to discuss his martial arts background and his American Dream of rebuilding the reputation of martial arts. Rich later explained what he expects out of students and what he does to meet students' expectations. Finally, physical benefits of practicing martial arts were outlined.

The American Dream
(Nov 14, 2012) Play Dowanload

New author, Kimberly Garvin joined host Stanley El and co-host Maya Grantham to share stories about the making of her upcoming novel with the working title, "Words Inspired by Men". Her goal is a ministry to women seeking a better, more rewarding life.

The American Dream
(Oct 24, 2012) Play Dowanload

Host Stanley El was joined by Dianna Califri, student at Rowan University as well as an executive staff member at Rowan Radio. Califri spoke about her love of radio and what got her into the medium: working the soundboard for her hig school's production. In addition, she spoke about what she considers her greatest victory--paying for college and learning how to live on her own.

The American Dream
(Oct 17, 2012) Play Dowanload

Richard Hay, a retired military pilot and now a writer, joined host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham to talk about his stream of consciousness writing as well as his time served in Vietnam. Later he discussed his haiku writing and read excerpts from a piece called "The Land of the Free," in which Hay was inspired by the liberties we have in the country.

The American Dream
(Oct 10, 2012) Play Dowanload

Host Stanley El and cohost Maya Grantham sat down with Sadik Wicks, the youngest-ever guest on the American Dream at ten years old, to talk about the non-profit organization he founded called Let Me Finish who's mission is to raise awareness about stuttering. The organization is also raising money to send five children to camp.

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