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  • 00:43

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: David Hare’s Memoir

    in Books

    This week, David Hare discusses “The Blue Touch Paper”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Sarah Vowell talks about “Lafayette in the Somewhat United States”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 01:30


    in Entertainment

    Author, Journalist, Radio Personality, & Activist With 2015 marking her 20th year in the media business, Raqiyah’s influence goes back to Newark, NJ. Born to a teen mother and domestic abuse survivor, Raqiyah’s climb from mastering a speech impediment to being bullied in school, led a shy, insecure, girl into becoming the confident, outspoken, success she is today. Featured in The Limited clothing store’s 2015 nationwide “New Look of Leadership” campaign, she’s been chosen and honored as a female leader for her passionate work as an author, journalist, radio personality, stepmother, and activist. A writer at heart, Raqiyah’s debut fiction novel, “The Man Curse,” out now, chronicles the world of Meena, a young women who spends her life trying to break The Man Curse and become the first woman in her family to marry. No stranger to the book world, Raqiyah contributed a chapter to Gil Robertson’s anthology “Where Did Our Love Go: Love & Relationships in the African American community.” She was a featured profile in Thembisa Mshaka’s book of entertainment industry professionals, “Put Your Dreams First: Handle your entertainment business” And Raqiyah was a reporter at large for Cheo Hodari Coker’s VIBE book “Unbelievable: The Life, Death, and Afterlife of The Notorious B.I.G,” which was turned into feature film, Notorious. Raqiyah is a passionate activist for issues affecting women, children, and African Americans. In college, she helped create the Diversity Union on Penn State University’s Altoona campus after acts of racism toward black classmates. Today, she continues her penchant for activism. From marching in Ferguson, MO to Baltimore and attending protests in NYC. 


  • 02:05

    3rd Party Debt Collector

    in Politics


    Join us as we discuss 3rd party debt collector

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  • 00:47

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: The Life of George H. W. Bush

    in Books

    This week, Jon Meacham discusses his biography of the 41st president; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Dan Ephron talks about “Killing a King”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:54

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: Putin’s Reign

    in Books

    This week, Steven Lee Myers talks about “The New Tsar”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Amy Ellis Nutt discusses “Becoming Nicole”; Maria Russo talks about the season in children’s books; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 02:01

    Dynamic Dojo Talkradio: 3rd Anniversary Show!

    in Sports

    Sunday November 8th, 2015. 6:00 PM Pacific Time

    Its our 3rd anniversary show! Join Restita and Robert as they reminisce about the past year on the air, and thank all the guests and guest co-hosts for another great year of "Dojo Talk"!  Its an open forum night, so we can talk about anything else as well as our 3rd year on the air. So call us this sunday at 6 pm PST, at (347) 677-0699

  • 00:38

    'Arrow' 4x07 - 'Brotherhood' Review

    in Film


    'Arrow' 4x07 - 'Brotherhood' Review


    So Andy Diggle is back.  Not as a ghost... well, I guess he his, kinda.  So Diggle wants to take him back, but doesnt want the team to help.  Of course the team is going to help!  Even Ray! Also, Captain Lance grows some big shiny balls, and Damien Darhk continues to be one scary mother!  Until Thea shows up... Speaking of Thea, she's dating Oliver's campaign manager and receiving offers to kill pedophiles from her dad--all in the name of sating that damned bloodlust.  Sigh, good times.

  • 01:29


    in Entertainment

    Now more than ever independent artists thirst for an opportunity to be heard. Indie Review Radio is the catalyst to do just that. Each week the show will feature the best and greatest in the world of independent musicians artists and seasoned industry professionals. The show will include new music by indies, the latest in industry trends by seasoned industry professionals and a wealth of information for independent artists that are looking for what's next in their careers.

  • 00:22

    'The Flash' 2x07 - 'Gorilla Warfare' Review

    in Film


    'The Flash' 2x07 - 'Gorilla Warfare' Review

    So Barry is almost better from being paralized by Zoom, but his head is really not in the game!  He's lying to Patty, and not even covering his tracks very well... so perfect time for Gorilla Grodd to come back -- and kidknap Caitlin no less!  Time for Harry Wells of Earth-2 to throw on a Reverse Flash costume and give the Eobard persona the old college try!  But wait, Henry Allen is back, and he might be able to get Barry back in the suit just in time to help the team!

  • 01:48


    in Entertainment

    THE WE OUTTA HERE EPISODE.......tonight we gonna discuss NBA...NCAA HOOPERY (mens/women).....NHL....and discuss WEEK 11 NFL......and getchoo ready for TURKEY DAY....we gonna discuss NCAA FOOTBALL and COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFF.....we gonna talk about SPORTS like we always do !!!!!....LIVE and DIRECT on THE WACKO BOB NETWORK from 8-10pm......we got the THREE MINUTE RANT and of course YOUR phone calls at 646-478-5337......AFTER FURTHER REVIEW 2.0 would like to wish everybody a very HAPPY THANKSGIVING !!!!!!!......link THE MAYOR at FACEBOOK ((((AFTER FURTHER REVIEW)))).......and we live on TWITTER ((((at LEFTHANDID))))......*****HAPPY THANKSGIVING****** 

  • 01:54

    3rd Sunday Seminar: "Between The World And Me": An Islamic Perspective

    in Education

    “A father writes a letter to his son. His writing starts with a recollection of his interview in a popular news show. The host’s question about the meaning of losing a body is still stuck in his head. The question is the host’s way of asking for reasons why he thinks America’s progress is built in violence and looting. At the end of the interview, he is asked by the host at that moment he is sad because deep inside he knows he failed to explain his views. He believes that the host and all the other people who think they are white are reveling on a deceptive hope. White America knows that its White Dream rests on the backs of the black people.”
    From Instanalysis (2015-10-09). Between The World And Me: by Ta-Nehisi Coates | Key Summary Breakdown and Analysis (Kindle Locations 80-83).

    In this broadcast with will applaud and at the same time critique the clarity of the author's views on the source of the State of Affairs with regard to Race Relations in America and address what is the proper perception and response to it.