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Friday night instead of the sweet and romantic music S and M Radio will come to you LIVE to discuss relationships WANTS and NEEDS? With the new year in effect it's always a good time to take stock in one's selfe and see it the things you thought you wanted and needed last are the still the same. If you are in a new relationships doesn't matter; taking time to evaluate where you both are going and where you both want to be is still very useful. Are you still single and made a vow to be "booed up" this year, this topic is perfect for you!!
Does it matter if your new boo be a reader? Is that a need or a want? Is having a man or woman that is loyal...is that a want or need! What's important to you and what is an automatic deal breaker. These are just a few of the questions that we will ask so join Sasha and Max as discuss our wants vs our needs in relationships! Join us LIVE at 11:00pm to hear the show at (912)477-1332 on your PC, Tablet, or phone!
Chef Elliott is honored to share his technical skills and culinary wisdom of his friend and colleague: THE DISTINGUISHED AND PHENOMENAL, Owner of “Knead...Baked Goods”, Celebrity Chef Jackie Mazza!!!
Chef Jackie Mazza is a New Jersey Pastry Chef and Artisan who has been in the culinary industry for thirteen years, spending the majority of her career serving as the Executive Pastry Chef for the acclaimed The Frog and the Peach, in downtown New Brunswick, New Jersey. She attended the Art Institute of NYC for Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management as well as Baking and Pastry. After wrapping up her tenure as head baker for a New York based bread-company, she came home to Jersey and founded “Knead…Baked Goods”.
Topic 1: Job Announcements and Sponsor Shout Outs
Topic 2: Tonight's guest, Elliott Katz, is going to help us answer the age old question, "What Do Women Want?" His book is called, "Being the Strong Man a Woman Wants:Timeless Wisdom on Being a Man" Join the Conversation and call in to 914.219.0884.
Topic 3: Journey Through the Bible with Malik. We will continue our journey with Leviticus 10-12
Topic 5: Current Events
Topic 6: Ask Malik
Topic 7: Final Thought
Reminder: Email your dreams to Knowledgeshow@yahoo.com for Diane Brandon, the Dream Interpreter. Premiering in March 2016.
Thought for the Day/Week: Hurt people hurt people, but loving people teaches people to love.
Join S and M Radio is back after a long vacation. We will be discussing. Are you living life or are you just living too............. We will take a look into what people live for and the positive and negative of those situations of why we live and live for. Call in (929) 477-1332 with your comments or tell us what your living for!!!!!!
Adam Stanco's in-depth discussion with San Antonio Spurs broadcaster Sean Elliott, the 1989 National Player of the Year and a two-time NBA All-Star, as part of the Great Point Podcast series on BBALLBREAKDOWN. The college legend and longtime Spurs standout discusses why a childhood injury changed his life, the reason behind the uprising of Arizona basketball, and how he hit one of the most famous shots in NBA history. Elliott also reveals a side of Gregg Popovich the public doesn't see, how one team nearly sabotaged Elliott prior to the NBA Draft, a side of Gregg Popovich the public doesn't see, and how his brother saved his life.
Adam Stanco: @NaismithLives
Great Point Podcast: @GreatPointPod
Chef Elliott is honored to share his technical skills and culinary wisdom of ***SOUL FOOD Part II***!!!
Chef Elliott Farmer, Food Network Cutthroat Kitchen star, CEO/founder of Chef Elliott’s Enterprise, Inc. and Farmer’s Gourmet Catering has been cooking for over 40 years. He is a highly requested cooking instructor, motivational speaker, radio personality, Martell Cognac council member (ATL) and culinary judge. Though he caters primarily to celebrity clientele, he takes every opportunity to connect with the “everyday cook” during his annual food tasting tour throughout the United States, UK and Canada, as well as with his radio show. Chef Elliott is famous for his unique menus from soul food capitals to dishes that are sophisticated in flavor, yet true to their origins. His “soul food with a jazzy flair” combines casual and familiar with creative and authentic. He creates an experience that marries comfort, warmth and a fusion of soul flavors. His cookbooks, invite cooks to re-create the “Chef Elliott” experience at home with recipes from casual dining to a five-course meal.
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