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  • 00:18

    The Name Quest with John Avery

    in Books

    The Name Quest mentions all the names of God in the Bible while explaining their significance in ordinary language. The author weaves together fifteen years of Bible study research with plentiful illustrations and humorous anecdotes. These include lessons learned as a pastor on a Caribbean island.


    Join us as we interview author John Avery of The Name Quest.


    Twitter #TheNameQuest


     


    SHOW SPONSORS:  God's Mighty Kids    Roots of Health

  • 00:39

    Tom Sharpe Is 'Lifting the World' With His New Music

    in Music

    Tom Sharpe is taking the road less traveled with his new album.


    The veteran musician is well-known to audiences worldwide for his annual tours as the drummer in Mannheim Steamroller, as well as playing with former Styx maestro Dennis DeYoung. But he's much more than that. Sharpe is also a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and composer in his own right. 


    Sharpe's latest album is Lifting the World, which sees him turning his attention to a full-blown symphony. The album features Sharpe on multiple instruments, blending percussion elements, piano, strings, a choir and more for an ambitious, challenging piece of work that is an amalgam of classical and world music. Sharpe draws on a very broad palette, but has also created a work that is accessible to the average listener by focusing on structure and strong, clean melodies.


    Tom Sharpe talks to Long Live Rock about his stint in Mannheim, his recent departure from DeYoung's group, the process behind Lifting the World and more!

  • 00:21

    Word On The Street (50th St & Marsha Sharpe Freeway) (Lubbock, Tx)

    in Radio

    Catch up with Peteypete as he broadcasts from 50th St & Marsha Sharpe in Lubbock, Tx promoting for a local food truck! Come out and support! 

  • 02:00

    The George Mack Show with guest Beth Sharpe

    in Sports

    The George Mack Show is coming at you with a guest who has a story so hot that it actually set her phone on fire the week before. Taking extra precautions, Beth Sharpe will be on the show to share her incredible butter churn story. This story could be the greatest story ever told and it's being brought to The George Mack Show. Not even the extreme and overpowering negativity of All Caps Jonak can bring down the mood as people gather round to hear what could have happened with this butter churn. Other things will likely happen, but all you need to know is BUTTER CHURN STORY.

  • 00:16

    Mentoring Monday presented by 4wordwomen.org with Auburn Grad Avery Dale

    in Lifestyle

    Kick your week off with Mentoring Monday, presented by 4wordwomen.org. This show features Auburn graduate Avery Dale who talks about her four years in college and grace filled mentoring from Sandra Crawford Williamson. This show is sponsored by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and travel journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special discounts.

  • 02:02

    BAMS talks Avery Johnson, and spring football with Kirk McNair

    in Sports

    What a difference a week makes! After what was one of the worst weeks in Crimson Tide athletics history, this week has been decidedly better. Avery Johnson's hire has injected excitement into a program that had been marking time for years under Anthony Grant. Alabama's football also had its first scrimmage, and we'll have some information from that affair on tonight's show as well. Finally, we will be talking all of this and more with Luke Robinson and Kirk McNair. The show kicks off at 5:30 with Cary Clark, Drew DeArmond and Thomas Watts. Be there or be Auburn.

  • 01:00

    Miesha Avery talks Clean Eating 101

    in Self Help

    How much water should I drink?
    Is this item healthy to eat?
    How many calories should I consume?
    The importance of reading nutritional labels.

    When eating clean these are questions we may have. I will be discussing clean eating; what that truly means and how we can do it better.

  • 00:48

    AN EVENING WITH BESTSELLING AUTHOR: AVERY WASHINGTON; "LETTERS TO MY DAUGHTER"

    in Entertainment

    JOIN ME AND CO-HOST: JACKIE HICKMAN AS WE WELCOME, BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF LETTERS TO MY DAUGHTERS, POETIC AFFIRMATIONS OF LOVE FROM A FATHER. POET, MENTOR, ADVOCATE: "AVERY WASHINGTON..

  • 00:59

    Robert Sharpe, Motivation & Manifestation Expert

    in Self Help

    Robert Sharpe is the Founder of BITEradio.me, host and producer of the Bringing Inspiration To Earth radio show and author of Joy Potential: Where You'd Least Expect It, and the newly released It's No Secret: Spirituality BITEs. BITEradio.me was established in 2010 to provide a source of positive programming designed to enlighten and entertain listeners. In the more than 4 years of programming, the Bringing Inspiration To Earth show has aired 750+ shows focusing on inspirational guests in the Self-Help, Spirituality, Children's Corner and Environmental Awareness genres.


    In addition to his radio work, Robert also works with non-profit organizations designing and maintaining web sites and assisting with business plan development. A former corporate trainer in the financial and restaurant industries, Robert has more than 25 years experience in the study of self-help, personal development and metaphysics. His more than 10 years radio experience include both broadcast and Internet-based show development. Robert has a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Whittier College.


    For more information about his radio programming and books visit: www.BITEradio.me

  • 00:23

    Autumn, The Play Inspired by Former Newark Mayors, Cory Booker and Sharpe James!

    in Education

    Autumn, The Play Inspired by the Newark NJ Mayors Cory Booker and Sharp James!


    SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 2015 EXCLUSIVE: MNN's "The Gist of Freedom" Interviews of Richard Wesley and cast members! Mr. Wesley an Award-winning Playwright and Screenwriter talks about his new play, "Autumn"!
     
    Richard Wesley, whose hits include "Uptown Saturday Night" and "Let's Do It Again" which starred Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby and "The Mighty Gents" which went to Broadway.



    "Autumn," an absorbing new drama by Richard Wesley that probes the fragility of political legacies and human relationships, premieres at Crossroads Theatre Company April 23 through May 3.   
     
    "Autumn" is the first full-length stage play, since the premiere of Wesley's acclaimed work, "The Talented Tenth," in 1989, which looked at the lives of a group of Howard University graduates who were part of an emerging Black elite.  
     
    “I began thinking that there was a new generation of post-civil rights movement politicians emerging that was very different from the generation that came of age during the civil rights movement,” Wesley said. “There was a group of old-school politicians who found themselves wrapped up in political scandals; and right behind [them] were these younger politicians who were moving up.”
     
    Since 1995, Wesley has been an associate professor of dramatic writing at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, where he served as chair of the Rita and Burton Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing for eight years. He is a former vice president of the Writers Guild of America, East.
     
    Crossroads Theater Company is located at 7 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. For tickets, call (732) 545-8100 or purchase online at crossroadstheatrecompany.org.

  • 00:46

    Terri Avery

    in Writing

    Terri Avery is a 30-year veteran of the radio business. She started her career at radio station WWRL in New York City as an intern. She was then named assistant music director and worked part time on the air. Her career took her to Dallas where she worked as a midday on-air personality at KKDA-FM, later becoming music director and then assistant Program director.


    After 10 years at KKDA, she added more credits to her resume in Texas working at KMJQ in Houston as program director, before returning to KKDA as Operations manager and entertainment reporter for the then, local, Tom Joyner Morning show.


    She’s done a stint in the record business with Mercury records before going to WWIN/WERQ in Baltimore. Soon after, becoming Director of Programming for Radio One.


    After 6 years, she went to work at the National Association of Broadcasters in Washington, DC.


    After a year there, she got recruited to work for Davis Broadcasting in Columbus, GA as Program director of WFXE, WOKS, and WKZJ.


    In 2001,Terri, then got recruited by CBS Radio in Charlotte to be Program director of WBAV. After a year as Program director at WBAV, she was promoted to Program director over the three urban stations in Charlotte, WPEG, WBAV and WGIV.


    In 2003, Market manager Bill Schoening promoted Terri to Operations manager/Program director over the two urbans, WPEG and WBAV. The stations WBAV/WPEG consistently reign in the Top 3 in Charlotte Neilson ratings, the system that measures radio listening in Charlotte, Gastonia and Rock Hill.


    She a recipient of the Living Legends Foundation’s award for her many achievements in radio. She has been named as the recipient of the annual MIW (Mentoring and Inspiring Women In Radio) Radio Group “Achievement in Programming” Award and recently named one of “The Best Programmers” in the country from Radio Ink, a radio trade publication.


     


     

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