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  • Wanda's Picks Radio Show

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    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

  • William (Bill) Burke Interview

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    The forces of darkness are out! Join G.L. Ross and William Burke as they discuss his exciting paranormal action adventure.

  • What Is That Church Life All About?

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    Massachusetts native and educator, Teresa Howell, opens up about her new book, That Church Life. The story centers around the Mt. Zion Holiness Church. Dial (347) 994-3490 on Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 11am/EST and tune into Off The Shelf Book Talk Radio to hear author Teresa Howell share insights on Natalie Freeman, Missy Jones, Tommy and other page turning characters. 
    Get insight on what attracted Missy to Tommy, a man she may be much better off without. Is there anyone at Mt. Zion Holiness Church who can be trusted? Does everyone have an ulterior motive? If so, why? What do the people who attend Mt. Zion really want?
    Author Teresa Howell shares these and other insights with host Denise Turney and Off The Shelf Book Talk Radio listeners during the Saturday, October 15, 2016 at 11am/EST (New York City time) interview. 
    Dial (347) 994-3490 to catch the show LIVE! Or connect right here via the chat room!
     

  • Mystery of the so-called African-American People and the Ethiopian People

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    Do the so-called African-American People know the Bible is an Ethiopian Bible! Do the so-called African-American People know the main characters are of Ethiopian and so-called African-American decent.

  • The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

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    Author Patricia A. Thoma returns to the show to update us on her book, God Reveals A Mystery!
    About the book:
    Lies and myths surround the dragon. With so many distorted pieces to a complex puzzle, only God can sort through the complexity of falsehoods and reveal the truth with simplicity. God knows everything and He can give you the solution to a puzzle that man could never fathom. Many know, especially in the continent of Asia, that the fictitious or mythical dinosaurs' fossils really belong to the dragons'. Well, what happened to the dragons? There has to be an answer out there somewhere and there is. The God-given answer will surprise many. But, knowing the truth will set you free!The profound truth in Patricia Thomas' book will open up your eyes to realize the answer to this "great mystery" that has perplexed many for years.
    About the author:
    Patricia A. Thomas is a God-chosen prophetess, licensed missionary evangelist, and founder of Words of Vision Ministries. She is a public speaker, who once hosted her own Christian radio program. She earned a bachelor's degree in English from The Ohio State University. Originally from Louisiana, she currently resides in Columbus, Ohio.
     

  • Ice Ministry - Deacon Roy & Evangelist Christine Tallie

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  • DO YOU BELIEVE IN MANMADE EARTHQUAKES: YOU WILL AFTER HEARING THIS

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    October 20: Bill Larkin: Bullet in the Blue Sky
     
    In the chaotic aftermath of a massive earthquake that leveled much of the Los Angeles region, a LAPD deputy chief sends an elite team of detectives on a rescue mission. They are ordered to set aside all law enforcement duties, to ignore the destruction and to focus on one task: Find LAPD Detective Gavin Shaw, who disappeared just before the earthquake.
     
    Kevin “Schmitty” Schmidt of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department joins five others on the rescue team. With rioting, looting, attacks and homicides rampant in the streets, the six cops have to defend themselves while chasing down leads on the whereabouts of Shaw. The mission takes them through the dizzying war zone and the more they encounter, the more they wonder why they are searching for one man in these extreme circumstances. Why is this man so important to the deputy chief, and why now?
     
    Schmitty discovers that others with high connections are also after Shaw. The questions pile even higher when they learn of a shadowy history between Shaw and the deputy chief. A history with deadly consequences for the team as they uncover a threat that elevates the mission to a race against time.Fran Lewis: Literary Viewpoints/MJ Magazine
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  • Football Team Rain

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  • The 3 AMovIeGOerS: December (Top 10 Disappointments of 2016)

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    Before we can start selecting our best choices for 2016, it's time for that dreaded look back at the movies that most disappointed us this past year.  It's easy to usually pick a list of the ten absolute worst films of the year, because expectations were usually low to begin with.  But it's another thing when a film has higher expectations and ends up disappointing us.  So join in tonight as Jason, Jamey, and Garney present their lists of the ten movies that most disappointed them in 2016.

  • The Lena Nelson Dooley Show

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  • Partners in Crime, Buried Secrets

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    Partners in Crime hosts, Kimberly McGath and Sue Coletta interview author, retired police officer and forensic investigator Richard Goodship. Goodship is the author of the Camera Guy: "Life was not easy for Forensic Investigator Bill Walters. His ability to see the spirits of the victims at his crime scenes gave him an edge, but it kept him isolated from his fellow Officers and gave him the reputation of being a 'Nutbar' on the force.Bill could live with this. He could even live with the family of ghosts that haunted his apartment, the loss of his friends and religion and the estrangement of his daughter, Eryn.What Bill couldn't live with was the Demon that came to town hungry for those spirits."
    Richard Goodship is a former Police Officer and retired Forensic Investigator. Richard spent over 22 years in the Forensic section (FIS in Canada) gaining experience in explosive ordinance disposal, post blast, arson, blood spatter, firearms reconstruction, fingerprint examination and a host of other disciplines. Richard's last 5 years before retiring were spent working under the Office of the Attorney General as a Forensic Investigator travelling to various scenes for examination. Richard's second novel, 'The Camera Guy' is an Occult Murder Thriller as seen through the eyes of Forensic Investigator Bill Walters. Richard is currently working on a sequel to The Camera Guy as well as a Historical Fiction/Fantasy trilogy called "The Ostiary".

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