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THIS SUMMER HAS BEEN ONE OF LOTS OF RAIN AND SOME PEOPLE ARE STARTING TO COMPLAIN ABOUT IT, ESPECIALLY AT A TIME LIKE THIS WEEKEND. YES, RAIN CAN RUIN OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES, BUT DON'T YOU REMEMBER THOSE NEARLY FOUR YEARS OF DROUGHT-LIKE CONDITIONS NOT VERY LONG AGO? RAIN IS A BLESSING FROM GOD THAT GIVES US LIVE. TRY SURVIVING WITHOUT WATER AND YOU'LL BE BEGGING FOR IT. SO INSTEAD OF COMPLAINING ABOUT IT, REVEL IN IT AND THANK GOD ABOVE FOR THIS GIFT THAT WE CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT. IT WILL STOP IN DUE TIME AND YOU MAY BE WISHING FOR IT AGAIN SOONER THAN YOU THINK.
SUNDAY MORNING COMING DOWN IS A SHORT PEACEFUL TIME WHEN YOU CAN REMEMBER GOD AND HIS SON THE SAVIOR AND WORSHIP HIM IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME. SHORT, SWEET AND TO THE POINT BUT ALWAYS ON POINT WITH WHAT IS REALLY IMPORTANT: OUR RELATIONSHIP WITH OUR MAKER. HOPE YOU'LL JOIN ME.
What do you do when you're born to legendary comedian Richard Pryor and white Jewish go-go dancer Shelley Bonus in Los Angeles, California, spending your formative years navigating what it's like to be Black and Jewish? You write a show about it! Rain Pryor joins host Robin Milling for a backstage chat about her one-woman show, Fried Chicken & Latkes, now playing at the National Black Theater in Harlem, New York.
On stage Rain tells poignant tales of her childhood, growing up in Beverly Hills in the heyday of the 60s and 70s, expertly weaving in the voices of her mother, her Bubby, her father's grandmother, and her dad. There was the time when she was five and someone called her the 'N' word, and all through her teenage years valley girls bullied her just because she looked different. She tells Robin, 'Growing up in Beverly Hills there weren't kids like me. I think I just wanted to feel normal. It wasn't like I wanted to be white. I didn't want to be black. I just wanted to be OK to be me and it wasn't. I was bullied when kids would chase me down the street throwing rocks at me; that's bullying. It felt like I was running for my life through Beverly Hills! And I literally hid in bushes.'
And then there are the stories of her famous father who had Miles Davis play her a lullaby to send her to dreamland, and when she first realized his comic genius. Father and daughter relationships can be tricky after divorce, but Rain also had to deal with sometimes coming second to her dad's fame and career. She tells Robin how his presence is still strongly felt even 10 years after his death, and dedicates the show to his memory.
As it was in the days of Noah: "The Reign not the Rain"
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Wednesday, June 17th, at 9PM ET/6PM PT, FightSaga Radio presents a special "Rain on the Aftermath" edition of "Musician Spotlight", featuring lead singer Andrea Cerda and drummer Steven Work!!
The talented San Antonio based ensemble will give our audience an advanced listen to their latest single, "Rosalee", and talk about what went into creating their newest studio effort. Andrea and Steven will also discuss their respective influences, as well as the plans for "Rain on the Aftermath" throughout 2015 and beyond!!
The powerful alternative rock band will be performing live this Friday evening, June 19th, at Fitzgerald's, located on 437 McCarty, Ste # 101, San Antonio, Texas, along with "WaxPanel", "Celeste'al Descent" and "Steel Soldiers".
Advaned tickets are available online at TicketRiver.com, and start at $10. Doors open at 8PM CT.
Don't miss this special presentation, featuring Andrea Cerda and Steven Work of "Rain on the Aftermath", sponsored by Affordable Dentures!!
It's so awesome, back in 1971 in the month of February,I received Jesus Christ as my personal savior. I was a young woman, athletically fit, counselor, you name it, I could do it. But oneday something happen to me, out of my control, I felt sick, and didn't understand what to do, so a group 0f Ministers came over, had prayer, and rebuke the illness. After this my cousin introduce me to Christ. Today Abundant Rain Deliverance Center is moving forth in the Prophectic Teaching, Healing, Intercession, Deliverance, Prison Ministry, Prophectic Music, Youth and Unwed Mothers Ministry, ARDC International School Of The Prophets, Deals with Demonic Spirits/ Cast Devils, Marriage Counseling.
Join Vanessa and Sabrina as they bring you another fun filled episode of WMMA Jam Live, produced by Fresh Start Entertainment! Here at WMMA Jam Live, we believe in doing everything big, and what better way to do that than by bringing you the latest news from the MMA world.
Tonight we'll review UFC 188: Velasquez vs Werdum, Tecia Torres vs Angela Hill and other MMA news from around the globe. Also joining us this week Kaiyana Rain. We've got all this and more coming up this Friday on WMMA Jam Live!
Join host Vanessa Richardson and her special guest Gospel Recording Artist, Keith Williams. Keith will be discussing his new CD, "Thirsty for The Rain." and Apostle John Harris talks prophetic movements of God!
Let's talk: Still Standing!
Tune in to “The Certain Ones Blog Talk Radio Show” live every Thursday 6:00 p.m. EST. Guest Call-in (917) 932-1607.
This show will examine and explore the effects of the coming desolations that are to be poured out upon the Western world and the entire world at large. It will also teach and enlighten you on what you should be doing to prepare and where you should be when all of this dread comes down. Will this knowledge you will be able to preserve your family and save you and them from the onslaught of divine judgment that will eventually rain down on the world of Adam! --Powerful, impactful, enlightening, insightful, and educational!
Starting tonight because of the rain. No worries I have some cool tunes
for you to listen and Jam to .You can even call the live request show. It's a mixture of cool feel good
music. You will hear all a wide variety of hit songs. Also the reason I do this music program is to tell
you about Disabled Veterans issue like mine or yours. If you can help me put Disabled Veteran Radio on Radio Stations
around the United States. I am in Florida and love to get Disabled Veteran Radio back on The Radio ASAP. If you can help log into
billapgar.com and donate today. You can sponsor or under write a show. Thank You Mr. Bill Apgar
Mazatzin Casas Acosta, of Kickapoo and Chichimeca First Nations descent, devotes his life’s work to understanding and sharing the teachings of his culture, and in particular the Aztek Cosmology. He is a founding Board Member of the new International First Nations Academy; a member of the Frente Nacional Mexicano Pro Derechos Humanos; and a Peace Ambassador for the United Nations. For over 23 years he’s learned from many teachers from Mexico who had intensively studied the pre and post-Hispanic ‘codices’ and records as well as modern investigators. He also performed extensive independent research concerning the Olmek-Toltek-Maya-Zapotek-Mixtek-Aztek calendar system, along with 7 years of Astronomical Zenith confirmation of their relationship.
He is presently in collaboration with the Institute of Astronomy at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Mexico, UNAM, on the Aztek Calendar. His contributions to the application and use of the units of time have been reviewed by many other recognized scholars and traditional authorities such as the Supreme Nahuatl Counsel, who corroborate the importance of his work. He is recognized as a Tonalpouki… keeper and interpreter of the calendar count.
He met and meets with Elders, Teachers and calendar keepers from Onondaga (Canada) to Machu Picchu (Peru); from the Rain Forest of Brazil to the Valley of Anauak, Mexiko Tenochtitlan (aka Mexico City), to Los Angeles, California. The Aztekayolokalli team’s research helped to re-ignite the ceremonial fires of the 2nd Zenith passage of the Sun through sacred observatories in the past seven years. Every summer from July 25 to July 29 Mazatzin has led a group to the pyramid observatories in Teotiuakan, Mexiko Tenochtitlan, Malinalko, Tepoztlan and Xochikalko; confirming that the Aztek Calendar Day symbols correspond on Zenith observations dates to archaeological sites and to the ancient codices (Borgia).
In the "Wilmer Flores punches his ticket to Cooperstown" edition, Jeffrey and Steve cover one of the wildest weeks in recent Mets history. There are trades, almost trades, crying over the Mets from fans and players, walkoffs, blown saves, torrential rain, pure misery, and Dionysian revelry. You know, the usual. We also answer eleven of your e-mails.