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Poetic interlude. Relax, relate, and release life's intimacies through verse. Front porch convo at its finest. Come on over and kick off your shoes. I'll even leave a light on for you.

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It's been a minute folks, but Boogie and I are back on the front porch and eager to take on some real issues. In this show we will be talking about violence and the inevitable path being constructed straight to the belly of self-destruction. Mothers... more

Greetings all. Today the Real Life Radio joins Minor Production Radio Show on the Lyrical Disciples Show to discuss relationships and being faithful. Why do young folks and adults play so many games when it comes to relationships... more

What's good FAM. As requested by popular demand, today's show will be delving into the very prevalent issue of Mental Illness in the African-American communities. What are some of the first documented instances of mental... more

Feeling a little discouraged this Christmas Season? Maybe funds are looking a little scarce or maybe you are missing a loved one. Perhaps the recollection of where you wanted to be by now versus where you are now is a bit off balanced.... more

Join us as we welcome Carl Beard, Executive Director of The Lazarus House, and associates, to the front porch to discuss the topic of overcoming addiction. The Lazarus House is a non-profit residential facility for the treatment of alcoholism... more

DUE TO A FAMILY EMERGENCY, THE SHOW NORMALLY SCHEDULED FOR THE 2ND SUNDAY HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR NOV. 21ST. The topic for the show: What's on your mind? Might it be that fungus on your big toe that... more

Everybody has them. Phobias or fears that often prevent a person from achiveing all that they were born to in this life. They say that the first step to overcoming anything, is to recognize that it is a problem. What is your greatest fear? Stop... more
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