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  • PWTorch Livecast - James Caldwell & Greg Parks

    in Wrestling

    PWTorch assistant editor James Caldwell and PWTorch columnist Greg Parks discuss the week in pro wrestling on Thursday afternoons with your calls and emails to pwtorchlivecast@gmail.com.

  • VOC Nation Entertainment: Faces for Radio with Anthony & Gartiz

    in Pop Culture

    Prepare yourself for the greatest show that has ever aired.  For years, Anthony & Gartiz have been debating their uniquely diverse views on everything and nothing at the same time. Now, you get to listen. Wrestling is still real to them, they listen to better rap than most, have a love/hate relationship with movies, and don’t worry about climate change because a super volcano is going to destroy everything.  Their perspective on day-to -day happenings will change the way you look at life.  Ranging from the funny to the serious and all the craziness in between…no topic is off limits.
    Call any VOC Nation Radio Show live, toll free at 855-VOC-RADIO (855-862-7234).
    Follow VOC Nation @vocnation
    Visit VOC Nation on the web at http://vocnation.com, simulcast at http://thebradyhicks.com
    The VOC Nation Radio Network traces its roots back to 2009 in Philadelphia.  Bruce Wirt took over the afternoon shift on the Voice America Health and Wellness Network and proclaimed himself, “your new ‘Voice of Choice’ in afternoon radio.”  The V-O-C in VOC Nation was born.
    The VOC Nation Radio Network spun away from WNJC Phila in October 2012 and took to the “cloud”, using their solid fan base to instantly become one of the most listened to mediums on the Internet.  In 2014, VOC Nation merged with Brady Hicks' IN THE ROOM Internet Radio Network, giving the combined medium over 50,000 monthly listeners. 
    VOC Nation Radio streams live programming 7 days a week, and has forged partnerships with BlogTalkRadio, Stitcher Internet Radio, Podomatic, iTunes, and GoDaddy to bring daily live entertainment and podcasts to listeners worldwide.  VOC Nation has over 100,000 twitter followers and ranks in the top 1% of podcasts as ranked by Podomatic, and in the top 5% of streaming programming as ranked by Stitcher. 

  • Exploration of Consciousness

    in Entertainment

    just SHARING QUALITY SHIT W YOU GUYS

  • Joel Segal - Movement Building / Donald Whitehead - Ending Homelessness

    in Politics Progressive

    Joel's special guest is Enid Shore, activist, homeless advocate and formerly long-term unemployed living in New York
    Donald will discuss solutions tothe homelessness crisis

  • FFP 24: Closers Update, Mock (ery) Drafts?

    in Sports

    Aroldis Chapman, Closer updates and Spring news....
    First rounds of a draft- situation critical!
    The attributes and shortcomings of Mock Drafts...
    Listener questions....

  • Author, Playwright Vanessa Richardson stops by Good Deeds w/ Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Vanessa Richardson is an author, poet, and playwright. Vanessahas written several stage productions and have been blessed to perform them at various venues. Her stage productions includes: Someone To Love Me, Why Do Bad Things Happens To Good People? Lord, I Don't Understand, and The Fullness Of Time.
    Vanessa wrote her freshman Nonfiction inspirational novel titled, The Certain Ones. A spiritual impacting novel that inspires her readers to know that not everyone are called into greatness. Fact: Many can not handle the process that goes along with becoming great. Only the certain ones, who endures; can obtain destined greatness.

  • When will you elect a President like me - please - it's 4 our own good & world

    in Elections

    Wherever you are, either within or outside the political spectrum, you should have doubts, disappointments and the desire to correct the mess which is our political government and its politically appointed officials & elected representatives. I am neither of those nor ever intend to be one. I wish to serve our country and you as President. Please excuse such a big statement. I know it's important statement. It's almost audacious, almost preposterous, except for you and me, if only, you can weather my broadcasts on Blog Talk Radio - not for a moment compromising your views, but expanding on what is better. Although not bigger than conventional radio, Blog Talk Radio is the only medium open to me for a presently unknown and presently insignificant person. But, imagine, for this moment and more to come, Clinton vs. Clinton in the 2016 Presidential Election: a person of the people ( not of a party ) VERSUS politics, PACs, political influence, political contributions, campaign banners, buttons and tv ads. 
    I am for everything better and good. I present myself without the aid of campaign financing or political endorsements. I come to you, as in the old days, by word of mouth and the ride by light of Paul Revere. 
    I am capable of this feat. The same may be said of you.
    I am thankful for your time and consideration...
    I am thankful for our country..
    bwell... 
    ( c2it ) 
    i am Curtis Clinton, Curt Clinton & c2 
     

  • Power Points of Prayer

    in Lifestyle

    For the best of the best in Prayer Teaching listen daily at 5:30!  Call a friend.  Share a miracle.

  • "A Survivor's Story"

    in Women

    Join us  Thursday October 2, 2014 at 5:30 pm to hear  a triumphant story of Breast cancer Survival from Mrs. Cassandra Levine.
    Check out these facts:
    Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among African American women. An estimated 27,060 new cases of breast cancer are expected to occur among African American women in 2013. Among younger women (under age 45), however, the mortality rate of breast cancer is higher in African Americans than in whites. The median age of diagnosis is 57 years for African American women, compared to 62 years for white women. Breast cancer incidence rates increased rapidly among African American women during the 1980s, largely due to increased detection as the use of mammography screening increased, then rates increased more gradually during the 1990s 6. In the most recent time period (2000-2009), breast cancer incidence rates increased slightly among African American women (0.7% per year) and decreased among white women (1.0% per year). The decrease in white women during this time period in part reflects the sharp decline between 2002 and 2003 that was related to a drop in use of menopausal hormones. 27 A similar drop in incidence was not observed in African American women among whom menopausal hormone use is historically lower.   Breast cancers diagnosed in African American women are more likely to have factors associated with poor prognosis, such as higher grade, advanced stage, and negative hormone (estrogen [ER] and progesterone [PR]) receptor status, than those diagnosed in white women. 30 – 32 Furthermore, premenopausal African American women in particular appear to have a higher risk for triple-negative (ER negative, PR negative, and  human epidermal growth factor receptor [HER] 2 negative) and basal-like breast cancers, which are distinct but overlapping aggressive subtypes of breast cancer that are associated with shorter life.

  • Becky Bookamiliar Club

    in Books

    Hello to you all this is your Host Becky G. I am just happy to bring you another great guest to the book club you still have a moment to call in so dail-in ar 347-205-9535 and be apart od the greatest listening audience in the world. We have the greatest guest here on this show. Stay tuned Thursday at 1130p
     
     

  • Thinking From On High

    in The Bible

    In this episode we will examine how our minds function. 

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