• 00:43

    Empowered through Prayer with Dr. Angela S. King

    in Prayer

    Dr. Angela S. King, host of (Empowered through Prayer), talks about how to empower yourself and keep the power. "Your Birth has Purpose"


    Join me at 6:30 am CST and call in 646-478-4958 on Tuesday, Dec 16th and Thursday, Dec 18th.


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  • 00:46

    Empowered through Prayer with Dr. Angela S. King

    in Religion

    Dr. Angela S. King, host of (Empowered through Prayer), talks about how to empower yourself and keep the power. "Surely the Lord is in this Place!"


    Join me at 6:30 am CST and call in 646-478-4958 on Tuesday, Dec 9th and Thursday, Dec 11th.


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  • 00:30

    Show Talk with Angela Butler

    in Entertainment

    The guest on Show Talk with Angela Butler motivational speaker and author Lucas Armstrong. Armstrong has overcome many obstacles and even being abused as a child. Armstrong is well known throughout the United States for his ministry and motivational speaking.  His website is   www.lucasarmstrong.net.  He will be on the show today at 1 pm cst and reaired at the usual time of 6 PM CST.

  • 00:45

    Empowered through Prayer with Dr. Angela S. King

    in Religion

    Dr. Angela S. King, host of (Empowered through Prayer), talks about how to empower yourself and keep the power. I Hear You..."YOU NEED PEACE"


    Join me at 6:30 am CST and call in 646-478-4958 on Tuesday, Dec 2nd and Thursday, Dec 4th.


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  • 01:01

    Show Talk with Angela Butler

    in Entertainment

    G m everyone!!! Today on 'Show Talk with Angela Butler, "the guest is Mr. Elmore Bryant Director of the NAACP. Mr. Bryant is the first black man to become mayor of Marianna, Florida. Mr. Elmore Bryant will be on "Show Talk with Angela Butler." Bryant will be discussing the closed "Dozier School for Boys located in Marianna, Florida.  This school is also known as the Author G. Dozier School for Boys.For a time, it was the largest juvenile reform institution in the United States.[3] A second campus was opened in the town of Okeechobee in 1955. Throughout its 111-year history, the school gained a reputation for abuse, beatings, rapes, torture, and even murder of students by staff. Despite periodic investigations, changes of leadership, and promises to improve, the allegations of cruelty and abuse continued. Many of the allegations were confirmed by separate investigations by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement in 2010 and the Civil Rights Division of the United States Department of Justice in 2011.[4] State authorities closed the school permanently in June 2011. The day and time for this show is 7 PM EST and 6 PM CST . The day of this show is 12-03-2014. The call in number is 1-347-327-9376. The link to listen to this show is

  • 00:46

    Dr. Angela S. King, host Empowered through Prayer

    in Prayer

    Dr. Angela S. King, host of (Empowered through Prayer), talks about how to empower yourself and keep the power. "Your Birth has Purpose"


    Join me at 6:30 am CST and call in 646-478-4958 on Tuesday, Dec 16th and Thursday, Dec 18th.


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  • 00:46

    Shwo Talk with Angela Butler

    in Entertainment

    The guest on Show Talk with Angela Butler is Ricky Jason. Jason is a film director and activist. Jason made the film documentary about James Byrd. Byrd is from Jasper Texas and was tied and dragged behind a truck by three white three white men and two were white supremacists.featured Martin Luther King III,rdDick Gregory who is then first black man to run for the presidential nominee. Congress Maxine Waters.The three mean are Shawn Berry, Lawrence Russell Brewer, and John Kin...g who dragged Byrd for three miles behind a pick-up truck along an as phalt road. Through most of the dragging James Byrd remained consciousThe murderers drove on for another mile before dumping his torso in front of an African-American cemetery in Jasper. Byrd's lynching-by-dragging gave impetus to passage of a Texas hate crimes law. It later led to the federal Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, commonly known as the Matthew Shepard Act, which passed on October 22, 2009, and which President Barack Obama signed into law on October 28, 2009. Lawrence Russell Brewer was sentenced to death in 1999. Elijah RickY Jason will be talking about the recent kiilings of black American youth. The show will be on 12-01-2014 at 7 PM EST and 6 PM CST. The call in number is 1-347-327-9376.

  • 00:43

    Dr. Angela S. King, host Empowered through Prayer

    in Religion

    Dr. Angela S. King, host of (Empowered through Prayer), talks about how to empower yourself and keep the power. "Surely the Lord is in this Place!"


    Join me at 6:30 am CST and call in 646-478-4958 on Tuesday, Dec 9th and Thursday, Dec 11th.


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wpfcm

  • 00:59

    LOTL THE COMFORT ZONE PRESENTS THE LEGENDARY ANGELA BOFILL

    in Entertainment

    Angela Bofill was born to a white Cuban father and a black Afro-Latino Puerto Rican mother.[1] She performed with Ricardo Marrero & the Group and Dance Theater of Harlem chorus prior to being introduced to Dave Grusin and Larry Rosen (of the jazz label GRP Records) by her friend, the jazz flautist Dave Valentin.[2] Grusin and Rosen signed Bofill and produced her first album, Angie, in 1978. Angie was well received both critically and commercially and included the chart single "This Time I'll Be Sweeter" (co-written by Gwen Guthrie), as well as Bofill's sprawling jazz composition, "Under the Moon and Over the Sky". Less than a year later, a second album, Angel of the Night was released and outperformed its predecessor. The album included the chart singles "What I Wouldn't Do (For the Love of You)" and the up tempo title track, as well as the self-written song "I Try" (covered by Will Downing in 1991). The reception of these albums positioned Bofill as one of the first Latina singers to find success in the R&B and jazz markets.


     


    Following the release of Angel of the Night, the head of Arista, Clive Davis, (whose label had a distribution deal with GRP at the time) showed interest in Bofill, and she switched labels for the release of her next album, Something About You in 1981. The album, produced by Narada Michael Walden, was an attempt to move Bofill into more mainstream R&B and pop material, but performed less well than her earlier releases, despite the relative success of the singles "Holdin' Out for Love" and the title track, which both reached the R&B Top 40.[3] The following year Bofill and Walden reunited for Too Tough, this time achieving a major hit with the title track, which reached #5 on the R&B chart and spent four weeks at #2 on the Dance chart, as well as a Top 20 follow-up single "

  • 00:37

    Empowered through Prayer, with Dr. Angela S. King

    in Religion

    Dr. Angela S. King, host of Empowered through Prayer, talks about how to empower yourself and keep the power. Listen..."Whatever you do...Just Don't Quit"

  • 00:44

    Show Talk With Angela Butler

    in Entertainment

    The guest on Show Talk With Angela Butler is Miss Black America Alexander Morton for the 2014-2015 Queen, This pageant has been around since 1968. And is a distinguished and prestigious pageant for Women of Color. J. Morris Anderson created then pageant to show women of color in a positive light. Oprah Winfrey wore the distinguished and prestigious crown of Miss Black America. This pageant is the oldest pageant for women of color. So tune in to hear Miss Black America Alexander Morton talk about her walk to winning the crown. This show is today 11-19-2014 at 7 PM EST and 6 PM CST and the call in number is 1-347-327-9376.

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