Thursday, October 8, 2009

Michael Lang: The Road to Woodstock

Michael Lang
Michael Lang: The Road to Woodstock
Friday, October 9
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

For Beyond 50's "History" talks, listen to an interview with Michael Lang, the promoter of the Woodstock Music & Art Fair held in upstate New York (in photo above). You'll learn about Lang's maneuvering and deal-making that resulted in a concert attended by 500,000 people on August 15, 1969. He was only in his 20's at the time (in the photo above). He deemed himself part of a new generation rejecting the old social order and embracing fresh ideas about such issues as civil rights, sexuality and drugs.

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Gemini AdamsYour Legacy of Love
For Beyond 50's "Death & Dying" talks, listen to an interview with Gemini Adams, a British grief expert. She will explain that we must understand our Emotional Assets (stories, values, guidance, voice, image and love) to leave surviving family with a loving and lasting impression.

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Andrea AdlerHolistic PR:
The Science of Spiritual Marketing
For Beyond 50's "Business Basics" talks, listen to an interview with Andrea Adler to explore a different way of marketing yourself, ideas, products and services through a new set of visual and mental lenses. You'll learn holistic principles and practical applications to marketing in a more spiritual way that aligns with your values and vision. Andrea Adler has over 30 years of experience in marketing and public relations.

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PG-50+ Movie Reviews
Beyond 50 only recommends films that are creatively responsible to reveal the finest qualities of the human spirit; allow you to think and feel deeply about life; make your heart soar; and champion human rights.

Capitalism: A Love Story
Capitalism: A Love Story
Michael Moore makes his case against the evils of Capitalism and free enterprise that have destroyed the lives of many ordinary people. His solution: Socialism. The documentary is both engaging and funny. It will leave you thinking about the answers to many important questions: Are Capitalism and Christianity compatible? What would happen to Capitalim if you strip out regulation? Who actually controls the the government of the United States, the top 1% or the bottom 95%? (Available in theatres everywhere; Genre: Documentary; Running Time: 120 min.)

This historical film is based on the legendary life of Amelia Earhart and her rise to fame as an American pilot, crossing the Atlantic in 1928, then attempting to do a solo flight around the world in the summer of 1937 that lead to her disappearance while flying over the Pacific Ocean. A hero to millions, the story also reveals her personal life: a rocky relationship with her husband, George Putnam, who served as promoter and publisher. There was also her passionate affair with longtime friend and lover, pilot Gene Vidal. (To be released in theatres on Oct. 23; Genre: Biopic, Drama, History)

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