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11am CST: Finding My Way With Kayla Padgett: This English/Korean Talk Show hosted by Award Winning Recording Artist, Kayla Padgett is a breath of fresh air that WOWS you with wisdom.
Back By Popular Demand
Angela Price Shin, Korean Opera Singer
Cafe Fontana Owners: Tom and Valerie Schranz
Pastor Dr. Joseph Shin, Official Pastor and English translator for the FMW Radio Show
12pm CST: A Voice For Our Time Radio Program
Host: Charlana Kelly
You've heard from her guests, now hear exclusively from the host of A Voice for Our Time Radio Program, Charlana Kelly. With a strong dose of courage and determination to speak for truth regardless of the cost, her words may be provocative—a call to action for some, an offense to others. Nevertheless, her words are always resolute, strummed delicately on the strings of her own heart. “What’s the use in saying something if it doesn’t inspire a heart change for Christ?”
#TRUTHmatters #SPEAKup #BeAVoiceforOurTime
The Mad Scientist is on break, but the lab remains open, as Dr. Pamela Michelle of Sports Infusion and Sports Radio One brings her brand of smarts and sass to create TSCRN's newest experiment - "The Ladies of Fantasy Football".
Joining Pamela as her special guest assistant will be none other than "Her Fantasy Football"'s own (and ESPNW contributor) Brandon Marianne Lee. Scheduled to join them as their test subjects will be Allie Fontana of breakingfootball.com and "Maximus & the Bartender" and Renee Miller of FantasyInsiders, rotoViz, The Fake Football and more.
More guests will be joining throughout the night, so be sure to tune in and listen to Pamela and Brandon concoct new experiments, and show why this isn't just a man's game anymore, as the "Ladies of Fantasy Football" show why they dominate at their craft.
The beacons will be lit, and the experiments will be aplenty, and the lab is open for business.
A moderate earthquake rattled Fontana in the Inland Empire. It was 4.4 in magnitude, according to the USGS. There was some minor damage to some school buildings. We'll talk live with Syeda Jafri, of the Rialto school district.
Redlands police ticket distracted drivers using cell phones.
Unemployment Insurance benefit extentions get a no-go vote.
The 2014 Corvette Stingray wins 'Car of the Year' honors. We'll be taking it for a test drive
A breakdown of all the tempers, triumphs and trouble from NASCAR's four-day weekend in Thunder Valley at Bristol Motor Speedway, plus an on-site preview of Budweiser International Classic week from Oswego Speedway headlines tonight's all-new episode of Motorsports Madness at 7 PM Eastern on Speed77 Radio powered by Race Chaser Online.
Studio host Jacob Seelman will anchor the weekly motorsports wrap-up from the Speed77 Studio in Charlotte, North Carolina, while co-hosts Tom Baker and Steven Ovens will join the crew live from New York to break down everything transpiring around the 2014 Bud Classic 200 for the Novelis Supermodifieds.
Joel Sebastianelli will also join the crew to break down the Team Penske title-fight headed to this weekend's MAVTV IndyCar World Championships at Fontana as well as Scott Dixon's stunning Sonoma victory.
As always, commentary on all things motorsports is possible during the fastest motorsports show on the web — including Indy Lights, Formula One, the World of Outlaws, dirt and pavement modifieds, super late models, NHRA Drag Racing and much more!
Marilyn Campbell-Lowe is a published playwright, award winning actor, co-founder (w/Michael Halberstam) of the Writers’ Theatre in Glencoe, IL, and Board Member and Artistic Associate. Her co-adaptation of Crime and Punishment, w/Curt Columbus, is the recipient of a 2003 Joseph Jefferson Award, a 2009 L.A. Backstage Garland Award and a 2009 nomination from the L.A. Drama Critics Circle (“Best Adaptation”). Her play My Own Stranger (w/Linda Laundra, based on the writings of Anne Sexton) is currently being made into a film. In addition to playwriting, Ms. Campbell is an award winning actress and host of an award winning radio show on WFMT called The Feminist Lens. For more, visit www.marilynRcampbell.com
Linda was a co-founder of The Writers Theatre in New York City where she served as its Artistic Director for over 10 years. She directed numerous plays for the company and helped develop hundreds of others. Linda moved from stage to screen through Daytime Television where she was a Producer and Director for 12 continuous years, working for the 3 major networks. She was nominated for Emmy’s as a producer and a director. Her first show was GUIDING LIGHT then, ANOTHER WORLD and concluded her daytime life at ALL MY CHILDREN. Her first film, JEAN, based on the final chapter of Mark Twain’s autobiography, won several awards in the Festival Circuit. She is currently working on 3 screenplays, including her first feature film of the play MY OWN STRANGER, which she adapted with writing partner, Marilyn Campbell. She serves on the Directors Council of the Directors Guild of America, where she created and chaired the first long-standing women’s committee, Focus on Women.
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