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This week, Bobbi Maracai reviews what happened on March 16's show and a number of people are going to get called out. She will also be joined by Big Rigg of the Bounty Hunters. We'll also have an update on the condition of Leroy Jenkins. It's going to be a stacked show so join us at a special time!
M’Hogany is a singer, songwriter, arranger, and former US Soldier. As a child, she was teased for her dark skin complexion. Her mother soothed her by telling her she was not black, she was mahogany—thus the namesake was born. Between the ages of 8 and 12, she began reciting original poems, but never wrote anything down. She was approached to have her poetry published, but her mother declined the offer. Two weeks prior to her grandmother’s death, M’Hogany had a vision to dedicate her completed novel to her. In the wake of her passing, she decided to incorporate her grandmother’s legacy into her writing. Her grandmother was not only the first lady of her church, but she was the head musician. “I had to continue on this journey my granny knew I started. I was named after her because I looked like her, so I feel I have to let her legacy live through me,” M'Hogany said. M’Hogany has also contributed to the Literary Lounge magazine created by Tracie Holmes. “I write the stories that life sings,” M'Hogany said.
Doris H. Dancy is an accomplished and award-winning educator, writer, speaker, playwright, novelist, and member of the Lambda Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. She received her BA degree in English and Spanish Education at North Carolina Central University in Durham, North Carolina, and her MA degree in English Education from Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia. Throughout her career, Dancy served as an English teacher, high school English Department chairperson, English Teacher Specialist, and Supervisor of English K-12 for Hampton City Public Schools.
After retirement, Dancy started her own writing consulting business, Pen To Paper Writing Consulting, LLC, which provides a consulting and editing service for school district staff development and other freelance writers. In 2013, Dancy devoted a year to penning her first novel, Jagged Edges, a Christian Romance and has recently placed as finalist in the International Book Awards contest. She has released the sequel in this “Redemptive Love Series,” titled Shattered Pieces.
Michelle Cuttino is the “Queen of Plus-Size Fiction,” and serves as a freelance writer, talk radio host, and motivational speaker. She is the President of Big Body Publishing and Big Body Broadcasting. Cuttino is a plus-size blogger, covering topics that affect full-figured women, and also blogs about publishing advice and industry events. Cuttino is the author of “Love & Happiness” and “Me & Mrs. Jones,” an eBook series adaptation of her screenplay once optioned with Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Films. Cuttino is part of an erotica anthology under Zane’s Strebor/Simon & Schuster imprint releasing late 2015. Cuttino’s personal mission is to embrace, enlighten, and empower women—principally plus-size women, but her message is for everyone.
Make sure you catch the debut show of season 2. My guest will be Dana Williamson. Dana is a very talented actress that can fit into any role and seem natural when she acts! She have been in close to a dozen movies and she is still rolling strong in the movie industry! If you are ready to learn how she got started in the movie industry and receive great advice on how to get started in the movie industry make sure you stay tuned to this episode of The Big Scoop with Coop.
Claudette Parchment recently separated from her husband of thirteen years. She is a mother of four with one grandson. Parchment is a spiritual person, and a poet. Her skills range from organizational and risk management to legal and people management. She believes in life, living, and love.
She suffered psychological, physical and emotional decline from both personal and professional pressures, but still found the power to persevere.
Today we will hear her story, and how she found Empowerment from Within.
At long last, 5-star recruit Jamal Murray has finally announced his college choice and it's Kentucky!
We want to hear your thoughts on this & the 2015-16 Cats!
Jay Grave joins us tonight to talk about the great hobby of fishing.
We'll also have plenty of NBA Draft talk as well as catching up on the current sports headlines.
Call in and tell us what's on your mind - all callers welcome! 646-716-4741
Pro Wrestling RoundTable with The Big 3
This is our Pro Wrestling Roundtable with JD, LT and BiGG JOE as we run down what is going on in WWE. We give you the Raw Rundown, Rumors, and upcoming PPV news!! So join JD and LT, and the other Xtreme Peeps as we body slam onto the cement floor. Every Wednesday at 8pm est/7pm cst only here on WXTJP The Xtreme..Call us up at 805 830 8338 and don't forget to check out all of our links..
So check us out to get updates on all our new shows coming to the station!
Big Dog Radio Welcomes Aaron Tippin
Tune in as Big Dog Radio welcomes country music legend Aaron Tippin. It has been twenty-five years since the singer/songwriting blue collar country star Aaron Tippin hit the radio with his hit song, “You’ve got to stand for something.” And in that time Tippin solidified himself as a working man’s type of entertainer, singing for the blue collar type of lifestyle, as well as the men and women of our military. Twenty-five years, fourteen albums, numerous classics, countless concerts and endless fans, Aaron has done pretty much all their is in the country music world. In this exclusive interview, conducted by Benny Henderson Jr., Aaron speaks out on his career, his latest album, sharing a few memories and more. Enjoy. For more info on Aaron, check out www.aarontippin.com.
Big Stats interview with emerging artist known as Theo