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The King of DC Media, William Powell, welcomes his cast-mates from Greenbelt Arts Center's production of "A Raisin in the Sun." Dial 347.884.8997 to speak with the guests or host. Cast-mates include: Jim Adams, Shemika Berry, Janelle Daniels, Kandace Foreman, Perry L. Foreman III, Adrian Johnson, Shanice Jones, Denzell Masenburg, William Powell, Jason Thomas, and Ryan Willis.
A Raisin in the Sun
by Lorraine Hansberry
directed by Rikki Howie Lacewell
When her deceased husband's insurance money comes through, Mama Lena dreams of moving to a new home and better neighborhood in Chicago. Walter Lee, a chauffeur, has other plans, however: buying a liquor store and being his own man. Beneatha dreams of medical school. The tensions and prejudice they face form this seminal American drama. Sacrifice, trust, and love among the Younger family and their heroic struggle to retain dignity in a harsh and changing world is a searing and timeless document of hope and inspiration.
With Jim Adams, Shemika Berry, Janelle Daniels, Kandace Foreman, Perry L. Foreman III, Adrian Johnson, Shanice Jones, Denzell Masenburg, William Powell, Jason Thomas, and Ryan Willis.
May 15 - June 6
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Tonight on Race Fans Rock Radio show, Infield Jen will chat with you about what her week & weekend was like at Speed Street & at the track! She will be speaking with Bradley Carpenter about Racing2Cure.org to find out how he became involved with them. He will also share how this amazing organization helps families and individuals suffering from Cancer and how YOU can get involved too!
Stay tuned in as Infield Jen gives you the inside scoop about RaceFansRock.com and how she can easily help YOU become a Team Sponsor so YOU can see the NASCAR races up close and personal! After all...Infield Jen IS Your Personal Hot Pass!!! Tune in tonight!
Show starts at 8:00pm eastern time.
This week, Race Fans Rock Radio Show will air on Wednesday night instead of it's normal Tuesday night time slot. Infield Jen had to attend a benefit with Brian Kesleowski for their charity, the MDA of Charlotte.
On WEDNESDAY night's show, host Infield Jen will be speaking with "Showman Dan" who is the top Chef for Chip Ganassi Racing's NASCAR Sprint Cup Series teams. Hear what delicious things Dan will cook up for his crew at this weekend's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway!
Jen will also speak to a dedicated fan she finally met in person this past weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway who has an incredible story!
Stay tuned as Jen speaks with Adam King from KollegeTown.com as he shares what he is doing with Jen & Brian as well as with other teams to help them raise some much needed funds while providing fans with some cool team gear!
Jen will also recap the races last weekend and talk about whats to come! Find out what's HOT on RaceFansRock.com too.. It all starts this WEDNESDAY night at 8:00pm eastern time!
Don't miss it!
On this EXCITING broadcast of Race Fans Rock Radio Show, host Infield Jen shares an overview of what went on at Kansas Speedway and she will go over everything in detail with guest, Bob Kroeger who was Jen's "Dedicated Fan in the Stand Reporter". Bob will share what it was like to have that "insider's view" of Kansas Speedway!
Stay Tuned as Jen fills you in on how she turns Fans into Sponsors and how she can do that for YOU too! She will also share what has been going on off the track and in the race shop! You dont want to miss this.. She's making a BIG Announcement too!!!
Show starts at 8pm eastern!
Make up sex. What exactly is it? What's it to you?
Is it a good thing? A bad thing? Something that all couples do? Something that has become more popular in the media in recent years? Is it safe? Is it dangerous? Is it something that makes up for an argument? Does it end with just an argument or disagreement or is violence sometimes what's being made up for?
Are there people who actually start arguments or fights in order to initiate make up sex? Would someone do that?
Is the sexual energy that comes after an argument healthy? Can it be unhealthy?
Is make up sex really just a cover up for domestic violence?
If you like make up sex but the person that you're with doesn't like it or understand it, how will that work? Can that work?
Do most people who engage in make up sex usually know what they are getting into or does it get introduced to some people at the most inopportune times? Can you learn to like it and if so what does that say about a person?
Boy are we gonna get into this one. The question is how will we get out of this one? LOL
Tune in tonight to Race Fans Rock! Host Infield Jen shares what is going on in the NASCAR garages and at the race shop! She will be talking with her "Dedicated Fan in the Stands Reporter" from Richmond International Raceway, William Deboard! He will share EVERYTHING he experienced this past weekend at the track!
Stay tuned as Infield Jen tell you ALL about the cool new & exciting RaceFansRock.com Social Community and how YOU can become a part of it! Jen will fill you in on what YOU can expect to see this weekend at Talladega SuperSpeedway!
Make sure you tune in, starting at 8pm eastern!
Are parents who aren't married influencing people who want to get married to remain single?
Many people who think about having children want to get married. It's the traditional way of raising a family, it often eases the pain of managing finances, children are said to be better adjusted in a household where there are two married parents and the fit into society seems to be a good one for married people.
Many parents who are not married make ways to make a decent living and provide for their children financially, emotionally and educationally. Some fair better than their married counterparts.
Some single parents are eligible for assistance programs such as grants to send their children to private schools. This can be the case even if they make a decent wage. Is that fair to married couples?
What are some things that single parents benefit from that married parents might not get?
What about the stigma of having multiple children by different moms or dads? Why do some find it easier to deal with this stigma than others do?
With so many single parents in our communities nowadays, is being a single parent a big deal anymore or has it become something that we've come to expect and accept?
There are many people who refuse to have children without being married and others who refuse to date anyone who has kids. Is that right?
Is being married a badge of honor?
Is being a single parent unacceptable?
All my single parents should come out for this one whether you like being single or not because this one is gonna be hot! Tell your story and how you feel.
While Europe was experiencing its Dark Ages, a period of intellectual, cultural and economic regression from the sixth to the 13th centuries, Africans were experiencing an almost continent-wide renaissance after the decline of the Nile Valley civilizations of Egypt and Nubia.
The leading civilizations of this African rebirth were the Axum Empire, the Kingdom of Ghana, the Mali Empire, the Songhai Empire, the Ethiopian Empire, the Mossi Kingdoms and the Benin Empire.
The Aksum or Axum Empire was an important military power and trading nation in the area that is now Eritrea and northern Ethiopia, existing from approximately 100 to 940 A.D.
At its height, it was one of only four major international superpowers of its day along with Persia, Rome and China. Axum controlled northern Ethiopia, Eritrea, northern Sudan, southern Egypt, Djibouti, Western Yemen, and southern Saudi Arabia, totaling 1.25 million square kilometers, almost half the size of India. Axum traded and projected its influence as far as China and India, where coins minted in Axum were discovered in 1990.When European merchant ships began to visit West Africa from the 15th century onwards, Benin came to control the trade between the inland peoples and the Europeans on the coast. When the British tried to expand their own trade in the 19th century, the Benin warriors killed their envoys.
This show is kinda about eating disorders but not all the way.
Does food make some people feel better? Does it substitute for other deficiencies in people's lives?
Recently I put out a question on Facebook dealing with this situation: I just heard a conversation between two women in the fitness room and one of them was saying that she gained a lot of weight because she didn't have a man for a long time.
Huh? Loneliness = weight gain?
Can someone explain this logic to me?
One of the things that many responders eluded to was that the woman in this example probably compensated her loneliness with food. Is this true? Can that work? Are there many people who resort to this?
Can eating unhealthy foods make a person feel better emotionally? If so, why does it have to be the unhealthy foods that do the trick? When does it stop? Is it a woman thing? Do men go through this as well? If men go through the same thing then is it for the same reasons?
Will men or women change their lifestyle when or if they get what they have been missing?
We'll get into these things and more and we'll also talk about turning all of this around and how eating nutritional foods can also cause emotional problems.
This show will be the absolute bomb! Tell some friends.