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You’ve found “The G-Spot” with DJ Vince G.

A radio show on Mellow 94.7 FM every every Saturday from 6-9am and Sundays 6-10am.

Listing down all the stuff I talked about On Air in case you wanted to check it out.

Listen online – http://Mellow947.fm

Connect with me on Facebook.com/djVinceG or on Twitter.com/VinceGolangco

EDUMACATE ME!

For my segment “Edumacate Me!” we had friends from the UFO Studios and UFO Workshops come in to talk about independent film making. They talked about the ins and outs of indie film making and the most important parts – financing your film.

See more info about them on my other post – http://www.vincegolangco.com/mellow-94-7-dj-vince-g/ufo-sighting-on-the-edumacate-me-learn-indie-film-making-on-the-g-spot/

edber mamisao  (digital filmmaker)
FilipinoCanadian filmmaker Edber Mamisao’s advocacy is to make everyone able to tell their own stories, by teaching them how to make their own films and empowering them in the process. To him it isn’t about having expensive equipment, it’s using what you have to efficiently tell the story.

jourdan sebastian (film producer who will teach “financing your film”)
http://ufoworkshops.wordpress.com/our-mentors/jourdan-sebastian/

wilson go (stand up comic teaching “the art of funny” for the 2nd year at ufo)
A rare bird in the local comedy landscape where tasteless slapstick and degrading insult humor seem to dominate, Wilson Go believes that laughter is one of mankind’s primary instincts along with crying and sex. Go also sees comedy as a way of dealing with and examining our personal pains and insecurities. Please come share the laughter and truth with him in his “STAND BY ME” A STAND-UP COMEDY WORKSHOP

jake atienza (ufo film screenings programmer)
Jake is a documentarist who is working with edber on a film project (ako si elvis) and also is documenting lady gagita & haronce’s “rise to fame” in Manila. He is helping program/organize the ufo film screenings to help independent filmmakers get more exposure among local audiences

albert alfonso (intern)
gary aldovino (intern)

On This Day – June 13

1774 – Rhode Island becomes 1st colony to prohibit importation of slaves

1920 – Post Office says children could not be sent by parcel post

1922 – Longest attack of hiccups begins Charlie Osborne, 98 hiccupped over 435 million times before it stops, He dies 11 months after it stops

1930 – 1st Nudist Colony opens

1948 – Babe Ruth’s final farewell at Yankee Stadium, he dies Aug 16th

1989 – 43rd NBA Championship: Detroit Pistons sweeps LA Lakers in 4 games

1991 – A spectator is killed by lightning at US Open Golf tournament

1993 – YokoZuna beats Hulk Hogan to become WWF champ

1997 – 51st NBA Championship: Chic Bulls beat Utah Jazz 4, games to 2

Celebrity Birthdays

Tim Allen, 57, comedian, actor (“Home Improvement,” Galaxy Quest), born Denver, CO, June 13, 1953.

Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen, 24, actress (“Full House,” “Two of a Kind”), born Los Angeles, CA, June 13, 1986.

#1 Song Today, June 13th in the 80s:

THE 1980s

1989 I’ll Be Loving You (Forever) New Kids on the Block
1988 Together Forever Rick Astley
1987 Always Atlantic Starr
1986 On My Own Patti LaBelle & Michael McDonald
1985 Everybody Wants to Rule the World Tears for Fears
1984 Time After Time Cyndi Lauper
1983 Flashdance … What a Feeling Irene Cara
1982 Ebony and Ivory Paul McCartney & Stevie Wonder
1981 Bette Davis Eyes Kim Carnes
1980 Funkytown Lipps, Inc.

Fact or Fiction

Early humans and dinosaurs lived in the same era.

FICTION

Despite what you may have seen in any number of B movies, dinosaurs and cavemen did not co-exists. Dinosaurs have been extinct for 65 million years whereas our earliest ancestors only date back about 6 million years.

Reason to party today – coz it’s happy hour somewhere in the world.

World’s First Roller Coaster

June 13, 1884. The world’s first roller coaster opened on this day in 1884 at Coney Island, Brooklyn, NY. Built and later patented by LaMarcus Thompson, the “Gravity Pleasure Switchback Railway” boasted two parallel 600-foot tracks that descended from 50 feet. The cars traveled at six miles per hour. Riders paid five cents each for their rides. The roller coaster was a sensation, and soon amusement parks all over the US and the world featured them.

Moment of Zen

“Life is one big road with lots of signs. So when you riding through the ruts, don’t complicate your mind. Flee from hate, mischief and jealousy. Don’t bury your thoughts, put your vision to reality. Wake Up and Live!”  ~Bob Marley

bob-marley

Thanks for listening to “The G-Spot”

Hope it was good for you too…


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FREE Seminar to help you protect your kids from the dangers of the internet!
The G-Spot w/ DJ Vince G on Saturday, June 12 - HAPPY PHILIPPINE INDEPENDENCE DAY!!!