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  • 00:53

    Teacher Sexually Assaults Minor, Cheerleading and Good Grade

    in Current Events

    New Trends with Hosts Tasha and Regina.  Topics include Venturing into the Potty Realm, Baffling Kenya, Teacher Rapes Student, Cheerleading and Good Grades, etc...

  • 00:46

    Author of Unconditional Love is Hard to Find Dontisha James

    in Books

    Dontisha James is a woman of God and I fear the Lord. I'm a mother of one daughter, work full time and I'm single parent till the Lord send me my mate ( husband). My hobbies is love reading the Bible and talk to others about the good news of Jesus Christ. My fun times are movies night, hanging out with friends and family and my most enjoyable moments are feeding the homeless or helping another person and love supporting my daughter in school, cheerleading.

    This is my first book by the grace of God's its a very touching story to my heart. It's a true story and its about a lost girl looking for love in all the wrong places.  I'm believing some people will relate to some of the pieces in this story. I'm very humble and grateful to become an author. And one day in God's will I will write another book the title will be Pure Love my new birth and new fresh start.

  • 00:59

    Cheerleading: The True Story Behind The Cheers

    in Sports

    Go! Go! Fight! Win!

    Cheers like this are being heard across North America as a new football season will  soon be upon us. The cheerleaders dancing at the sidelines are as much a part of the game as the referee.

    According to a report, almost 95,200 female students take part in high school cheerleading annually, along with about 2,150 males. College participation numbers are hard to find since cheerleading is not classified as an NCAA sport.
    Cheerleaders are more likely to get hurt in a formation, than players getting tackled in football. There were more than 20,000 bumps, bruises, scrapes and even worse, severe, injuries last year. Some of the more serious injuries have included concussions, spinal cord injuries and broken limbs. High school cheerleading accounted for 65.1 percent of all catastrophic sports injuries among high school females over the past 25 years. Injuries are up 55% over last years statistics. Hear about what it’s like to cheer - along with the physical, emotional and scheduling demands that go the world of cheerleading. Professional cheerleader and Chiropractor Andria Hoda is LIVE with us in conversation on Wednesday July 17th @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.

  • 00:25

    FFW #24: Bonnie-Jill Laflin - Being a Successful Female in the Sports Industry

    in Culture

    Bonnie-Jill Laflin was the first ever female scout in the NBA. She worked with the Lakers, scouting for them for ten years.

    She's also been seen on the sidelines cheerleading for the 49ers and Cowboys. 

    Bonnie-Jill talks with with Tim about what its like being a successful female in the sports industry. She tells us all about the challenges and how rewarding it is.

    Bonnie also talks to us about her affinity for the military and animal activism.

    Be sure to join the conversation on Twitter using #FFW24 and tweeting at us:

    @BJLaflin (guest)

    @TimLawson21 (host)

    @LawsonEntertain (Production)

    @LockNLoadJava (Production partner)

  • 02:00

    Messy Monday

    in Entertainment

    KING and Velvet from Vine will talking about hottest stuff on the internet. If you want to chat it up with them make sure you press one to join in on the covo they are having. This week they going to be talking about Rick Ross getting sued ..Did Suge Knight kill EasyE? Why is there a rapist cheerleader? Is Rihanna dating someone new? FINE OUT ON #MESSYMONDAY with KING and Velvet. Wanna be Messy? Call in :) Got Questions? Call in!!!

  • 00:29

    Episode 6: Why Should Titleholders Conduct Themselves in a Professional Manner?

    in Entertainment

    From cheerleading on the Chicago Mustangs Football to helping corporate leaders achieve their speaking goals, Charlene knows what it takes to bring out the best in you! She also has the credibility to walk you through the process. By the age of 26, she received three industry certifications, obtained a Zumba instructor certification, and earned the title of Distinguished Toastmaster, the highest public speaking and leadership designation in Toastmasters International. 

    HINECharlene Rhinehart is a graduate of DePaul University where she studied Accounting & Finance with a minor in Community Service Studies. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), and Project Management Professional (PMP). Charlene is currently 2nd Vice President for the National Association of Black Accountants, member of the National Black MBA Association - Chicago Chapter, frequent speaker for the Illinois CPA Society, and mentor for Year Up. Charlene was recently awarded the Outstanding Leader Award from the National Association of Black Accountants - Chicago Chapter and the 2014 Illinois CPA Society Young Professional Leader of the Year. On March 7th, Charlene was crowned Ms. Corporate America 2015 in Orlando, Fl. During her year of service, she will be responsible for conducting professional workshops, doing national radio/television broadcasts, attending seminars and speaking to audiences about her platform of “Diversity in Business”.

  • 00:31

    Overcoming Adversity: Joy as the Key to Success

    in Business

    Our guest this week is Grandmaster Manny Sosa, President and founder of Victory Taekwondo Chung Do Kwan Assoc. Since 1998, Grandmaster Sosa, and his wife Vicki, have owned and operated Victory Academy, located in Bloomington, IL. Victory Academy is a multi-program center offering gymnastic, tumbling, dance, cheerleading, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Taekwondo, with a peak enrollment of 765. 

    He has pioneered a unique program designed for children to learn the martial arts called "Mighty Kids", teaching students as young as 4 years old the beginning skills of Taekwondo.

    Grandmaster Sosa is skilled as a martial artist and business owner who has enjoyed great success and devastating setbacks. We are excited to have him share the wealth of wisdom he holds for you, our listeners, as we finish this quarter strong!

  • 01:28

    Momma June Hour - June Dawn Knight at Mississippi Awakening - Revival Picayune

    in Christianity

    June Dawn preached on Sunday, June 14th at the Mississippi Awakening. June reveals the matters of the heart and preaches on purity. God is coming back after a Bride without spot or wrinkle. We pray this sermon blesses you.

    June Dawn Knight is an author, business owner, mother and grandmother.  Her heart is to serve her community.  She has been in public service for the last 15 years.  She spearheaded four organizations. The Middle Tennessee Jr. League Cheerleader’s Association in which she unified four different counties and ten cities for cheerleading.  MTJLCA still exists today.  She also served as the president of the Steelworker’s Union for the CMCSS Bus Drivers in 2004/2005.  Then, she went to World Harvest Bible College in Columbus, Ohio.  Following Bible College she attended APSU from 2008 – 2012. 

  • 01:00

    Monadnock Area Sports Talk - We're Talkin' Local Sports

    in Sports

    The Coach will have some fun guest on Saturday.

    The Lotito brothers who play Swanzey Cal-Ripken baseball

    Also Northern Lights Cheer Coach and owner Megan Primrose will report from Florida on the teams trip and how the girls are doing....

    Monadnock High School Track team and more!!!!


  • 00:32

    Philly's Finest - Coach Eric Taylor

    in Motivation



    Founded in 2012 assisting athletes from South Eastern Pennsylvania improve their football and life skills. This unique opportunity started when a group of young men were turned away from playing a sport they had all grown up loving and playing. Those young men came together along with their parents and decided to form their own team. After presenting their situation to a local football coach they began practicing and competing. Philly’s Finest has quickly become one of the most successful 7v7 programs on the east coast.




    To serve our community and youth by providing an environment that breeds competition in athletics and education. The athletes are surrounded by positive coaches and mentors that help guide the athletes through the everyday challenges they face on the field, in the classroom, and in their communities. They are provided with guidance throughout each level of education from high school through college. With the high level of college athletes that graduate from our program, we have become experienced in providing a level of guidance and assistance in the college recruiting process. We not only teach the physical aspects of the game but we raise the athletic intelligence level of each of our athletes. Our goal is to bring out the competitor in each of our athletes so they can be successful on the field and in the classroom.



     An organization that is made up of football, basketball, track, soccer and cheerleading. Education in the college recruiting process is major and must be provided to parents as well as athletes. Our organization plans to provide that education. Competition will not be limited to just athletics. Our youth will compete in academic competitions in the fields of law, medicine, and business. To further prepare them, our goal is to establish strong tutoring, SAT, and ACT programs.

  • 00:45

    Author Denisha Hardeman

    in Entertainment

        Denisha Raychelle Hardeman, also known as Dede, was born in Houston, TX on February 18, 1991. Denisha grew up entertaining people. She would perform all the time in church plays, speeches and praise dancing. The church noticed a spark in Denisha, which prompted her to want to continue acting and singing. Growing up Denisha also took on another hobby, writing. She won many creative writing contests in school and her poem “Halloween Night” won a poetry contest and was published in a poetry book when she was 8 years old.

    In Elementary school, Denisha was the captain of her school cheerleading team and was also the president of the school when she was in 4th grade. After noticing her leadership and creative schools, MadingElementary’s new choir director, Mrs. Roache, decided to start an acting program. She starred Denisha in her first stage play, “A Christmas Story,” where Denisha played the quirky and funny version of Little Red Riding Hood. In middle school, Denisha auditioned for Pershing Middle School for Fine Arts. During her first audition, the theater teachers told her that they wanted her in the school no matter what. She did not have to attend the 2nd and 3rd auditions. During her time at Pershing, Denisha starred in “Cinderella” as Cinderella, “The Wizard of Oz” as Dorothy, “For Colored Girls” as the Lady In Red, and “Romeo and Juliet” as Juliet. Denisha also won best actress for the school her 6th and 8th grade year.

    There will be more for us to talk about....tune in www.blogtalkradio.coom/prefacemedia or call into the show at 678-716-4700