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Original airdate 4/9/18: Jesse Starcher and Mark Radulich review Ringside Comics Issues 1-5 from Image Comics.
IT IS “WRESTLEMANIA Week” for Radulich in Broadcasting and kicking off the week is Source Material bringing to you their coverage of Image’s “Ringside” 1-5! Join retired professional wrestler Danny “The Minotaur” Knossos in his journey back to the states as he pieces together the whereabouts of an old friend and lover, Teddy. Set amidst the behind the scenes backdrop of the wrestling industry, Danny’s story weaves in noir elements of crime and drugs culminating in a showdown with a seedy crime boss. Mark, Jesse, and Ronnie also bring to you their earliest wrestling memories as well.
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Cadyville, NY - Kimberly Berg is a world-renowned, award-winning artist and exceptional male feminist advocate who supports women and believes in equality.
“The world is experiencing a massive shift for women to embrace more leadership roles in organizations and government and express emotional liberation, self-transformation and inner peace. Now is the monumental time for women to move forward with confidence and reassurance that they can embrace their capabilities and potential so we can finally break down barriers and achieve gender balance. We need to assert that the world is no longer a man’s world. Women are our beacon of hope to create sustainability for a better world long suffering under patriarchy. We can model those Neolithic times when equality was essential for a thriving more harmonious world that is beneficial for both men and women.:
A staunch feminist, Kimberly ‘s passion and hopes mirrored in his magnificent paintings that have long captivated the public with the depiction of women as highly self-reliant, honorable, sacred, and gracious. Some of him most notable painting include My Goddess, Creatress, Meditation and Mandala galleries.
What inspired Kimberly to have such passion to advocate for women’s empowerment was when he read Layne Redmon’s book When the Drummers were Women and learned how women were revered during Neolithic times. He was so awe struck that that it literally encouraged him to make feminism his lifelong mission and he decided he wanted to share his knowledge with the world.
While we have a long way to go before achieving gender equilibrium he is leading the advancement of women through his art.
For more information on Kimberly Berg please visit www.isisrising.net
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