Friday, July 17, 2009

Musician/performer you name it Double M can do it and from Renovatio Dance Eulie joined us on our show this morning.

ART-C FRIDAYBy Denisia Adams


1. to gather (information) bit by bit 2. to gather the useful remnants of (a crop) after harvesting

What popular board game has Franshoek and Soweto featured on the board?

A- Twister B – Snakes and Ladders C – Monopoly

Answer: C – Monopoly

NASA has released newly-restored footage of the first moonwalk after acknowledging that the original recordings were likely erased. The original footage of the moon landing was beamed to Earth and stored on giant reels of tapes. In the 1970s and 80s, NASA erased and reused about 200,000 tapes to save money, and it appears the moon landing videos were among them. Recently, NASA engaged the services of a Hollywood film restoration company that is now in the process of sharpening existing television video copies of the moon landing.


How to Decide What to Do on Your Birthday Outing

First, consider your budget--this may rule out some more extravagant party ideas. Consider, also, your friends' budgets. For instance, if one of your closest friends just lost her job, she may not be able to afford to barhop in an expensive city.

Pick the setting and theme. Do you want a loud night on the town? Would you rather curl up with your closest pals and watch movies? It's your birthday, so pick what is most appealing to you.
If you're having trouble deciding (and you probably are, if you're reading this article), ask your friends for input. Have they always wanted to attend a murder mystery dinner? Do they have to work the following day, so heavy drinking is out? Do they know of a new place in town that might be fun to try?

Make a list of things you will need. If you are going out, you may just need a fabulous new outfit. If you're throwing a themed party, you may need to visit a party supply store. If you're renting a venue, find out what they provide, and decide if you'll need to bring snacks, extra decorations, etc. Remember that pretty much any party you throw at your house will require you to provide snacks and drinks.

Schedule your desired events. Sometimes, you really don't need to plan much of anything--just decide on a start time and let the party run its course!

Invite your friends. Let them know what time the party starts, and what you plan to do. It's courteous to make it clear if a meal will be involved or not, so they know whether to eat beforehand, or whether to budget money for a dinner out. If there is a definite end time to the party, let them know that as well. Try to make a decision and let them know well in advance.

Have fun! Enjoy the party the best you can.

Try to invite people who get along with each other--or who are willing to call a truce--to avoid having drama ruin your birthday.

If you are planning a themed party several weeks in advance, you may be able to get cheap and fun party supplies.


Ons agtse Golden Cloud program. Hierdie week het Joy gebakte pampoen en karringmelk poeding gemaak.

Musician/performer you name it Double M can do it. He joined us in studio to speak about his musical journey and his album called, “REAL ME”. He’s an Afro-Pop musician incorporating hip hop, kwaito and Rn B.

Lastly Eulie from Renovatio Dance joined us to speak about their exciting production call, “Walking In The Footsteps Of Legends”, hip hop legends, styles and fashion. The event is taking place at the Cape Town City Hall tonight at 7pm. For details contact Eulie on 082 847 64 98.


C. Wright Mills

Freedom is not merely the opportunity to do as one pleases; neither is it merely the opportunity to choose between set alternatives. Freedom is, first of all, the chance to formulate the available choices, to argue over them -- and then, the opportunity to choose.
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

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