• 00:03

    Increasing Our Retirement Account Contributions

    in News

    WSJ's Mathew Passy reports on why we should be increasing our retirement account contributions and why hospitals want nurses to spend more time with you.

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  • 01:46

    Urgent Frequency Ep. 107 - We remember [SHO] Rage75 and Qbert Wants You

    in Video Games

    We lost a long time community member Rage75, Clan Leader for Shadow Ops on the 16th of March.


    Tonight we look back on some of the contributions to Urgent Fury SHO has made along with a special call in by his friends and family. We invite you to join us and call in as well.


    We talk PlayStation News including the latest Update, Rainbow Six Siege Beta and Planetside 2 Beta. We breakdown the few entries we have in the Qbert Survival Challenge.

  • 02:00

    Poppa L's Old School Flava Sunday's w/SFG Shameka Andrews @ 4pm on PD Radio

    in Radio

    Hope everyone is enjoying this Palm Sunday and rejoicing in their blessings...Poppa L's and Co Host CM Dubb have some flava for you this Sunday. Join the Old School Flava Crew as they interview Shameka Andrews owner of Disability Empowered Consulting and former "Ms. WheelChair NY" about her contributions and advocacy for the disabled. Only on Poetic Designs Radio will you get this kind of insight into the struggles and acheivements of beautiful people like Shameka Andrews...Tune in today at 4pm for a live listen....Feel free to call in or listen via 657-383-0107 or www.PoeticDesigns.net/PDRadio  What's your old school flava?

  • 00:57

    IN THE SPOTLIGHT with Marilyn Brown and Tottie Limejuice

    in Motivation

    This week's special guests are authors Marilyn "Slyce" Brown and Tottie Limejuice. Join us on IN THE SPOTLIGHT as we discuss their books, contributions to the literary arena and find out what's going on next for them.


    IN THE SPOTLIGHT is the place where authors, publishers and literary professionals connect. Join us every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Sundays at 3 pm est with host, award winning author and media personality, Tumika Patrice Cain.


    If you'd like to be considered for a spotlight, please email your headshot (jpg), book cover/product image/company logo (jpg) and your bio to saywhatbc@yahoo.com.

  • 00:56

    DW3 pays “Tribute” to their late drummer-mentor Ricky Lawson

    in Entertainment

    GRAMMY®-nominated vocalists DW3 are brothers Billy & Eric Mondragon and Damon Reel.  With the release of their highly-anticipated Woodward Avenue Records debut, Southern California’s premiere R&B, funk and contemporary urban jazz powerhouse DW3 lets the world in on a cool “Vintage Truth” paying tribute to their late drummer Ricky Lawson.


     “Vintage Truth” features contributions from a handful of the genre’s superstar performers. Brian Culbertson plays piano on the opening track, the rousing, vocal harmony laden R&B tune “Let The Music.” Paul Brown produced, mixed and contributes his inimitable guitar to “I Can’t Tell You Why,” while Greg Adams lends trumpet and horns to Eric’s original tune “Hold Me,” and Dave Koz infuses his lush sax emotion on “When You Cry.”  Before he passed away, legendary GRAMMY®-winning drummer Ricky Lawson, who performed with DW3 in the final two years of his life, co-produced four of the core tracks on “Vintage Truth” with keyboardist Sean Dancy – including “Dance With Me,” “Overjoyed,” “California Dreamin’” and “When You Cry.”


    Follow DW3 on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

  • 03:01

    Callywood Live wirh Michael Dolpin

    in Entertainment

    Callywood Live


    The legendary John Dolphin, also known as Lovin’ John, was one of the most well respected black businessmen who made his way in the music business in the 1940s and 50s well before Motown ever existed. An independent record label owner and R&B producer, his contributions to the formative years of Rock & Roll are often overlooked. Lovin John, a minimogul who had almost every facet of the record business covered, had taken Los Angeles by storm and brought people of all colors together through music.


    Dolphin first entered the Los Angeles music scene as a retailer in 1948, when he opened Dolphin’s of Hollywood, a record store near the corner of Vernon and Central Avenue, the music mecca of the west coast, that would stay open 24 hours a day to cater to the late-shift workforce. The store featured deejays like Huggy Boy and Hunter Hancock broadcasting on the local station of KRKD, in front of the huge, glass window Mr. Dolphin had installed on the face of the store so that people on the outside could see in. Some of the most popular deejays found a home for their art in front of this window, playing for late night crowds of Blacks, Whites, and Latinos alike, who would dance and party together well after dark, until the cops came and shut the parties down.

  • 02:18

    PGT Episode #242 – “'It's High Time”

    in Legal

    Tonight 8-10pm EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


     


    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


     


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.


     


    Joining us tonight-


     


    Reid Murdoch- Law Students for Sensible Drug Policy at U of M and the associate editor of the Michigan Journal for Race and Law, recently authoring an editorial entitled- 'It's High Time for the Defense Bar to Bring Race-Based Equal Protection Challenges to Federal Cannabis Scheduling'


     


    Jim Powers- Co-Director of Michigan Parents for Compassion- recently attended, along with many community members, the committee hearing for Sen. Jones' "landlord/tenant" bill designed to change the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act with a super-majority vote of the legislature.


     


    And- Josey Scoggin of Sons and Daughters United who is working on a local legalization ballot effort in Benton Harbor, MI


     


    And- regular guests and friends of the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels, Thetford Twp Trustee- T-Pain takes a trip.


     


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!


     

  • 00:12

    Leaders: Hire Right Fit Employees to Explode Business Brand

    in Jobs

    On the WIN Without Competing! show Dr. Arlene says, “When hiring, stop focusing on the Cultural Fit.  Instead evaluate the Brand Fit.”  If new hires are Cultural Fits but not Brand Fits, they are Wrong Fit employees.  To explode your business brand, train each employee to become a Brand Ambassador.  


    To do that, you must evaluate whether the employee has the right interpersonal skills to communicate the brand and the passion to do so.  Determine this when hiring.


    Do not assume that all employees can and will want to become Brand Ambassadors.


    Join Dr. Arlene on her 95th episode of the WIN Without Competing! show to learn how to “WIN Without Competing!”


    See the book http://bit.ly/1BNCefv
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    About Dr. Arlene & barro global:


    After holding high-level healthcare executive positions and making significant innovative contributions with global impact, Dr. Arlene entered the world of executive search and tested her Right Fit Method. She was setting the stage to become an entrepreneur.


    In 2003, Dr. Arlene, creator of the Right Fit Method and Right Fit Branding Strategies, founded barro global search, inc. a retained executive search firm, to design innovative search solutions for corporate clients. After her book WIN Without Competing! was published, Dr. Arlene expanded the services of the firm, which now has three divisions.


    Dr. Arlene, a behavioral educational psychologist, is a UCLA-trained PhD with distinction for her doctoral dissertation on creativity. Innovation, Contribution, and Impact characterize her career.

  • 00:04

    Rescheduled due to technical issues...Remembering Selma - 50th Jubilee Part III

    in Motivation

    I have a dream...Celebrating Our 50 Years of Jubilee!


    Our forefathers and mothers planted trees from which we gather fruit, and dug wells from which we quench our thirst. Civil Rights Activist marched for us, died for us and pleaded for our equality. So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? How will we strengthen our kids, families and our communities now?


    Fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Now we Celebrate our 50th Year of Jubilee for the Selma March to Montgomery, and join in struggle to teaching us all to Evolve in our Beliefs, Values and Purpose for Elevating our Consciousness on the Greatness that lies within us - all of us!


    Our ancestors from Africa knew the power of connection to the Divine, while honoring the human-ness in each other. I invite you to remember the greatness of our people, and let's have conversations that inspires us all to take action to "Heal what's hurting our Hearts and our Black Community" so we can again uplift all races. We all have contributions to give.


    On today's show we welcome our featured guest, Ms. Helen Moore, who is the President of Keep the Vote, No Takeover Coalition and renowned educator and activist for school reform. She has been a life-long advocate and warrior for the children of Detroit, beginning with her days as a State of Michigan Social Worker and continuing with Black Parents for Quality Education. She annually hosts trips to Selma, and strongly believes in protecting the vote! Tune to learn more about how she is helping Detroiters keep the power of their vote.


    Today let's discuss the power of the Vote.


    Know your value, Know your worth.

  • 00:58

    Soul Town The Sound of Music with Host Reginald Jenkins

    in Music

    Come join us each Saturday afternoon at 3:PM for Soul Town the Sound of Music with your host Reginald Jenkins as we explore the best in Soul Music.  The focus is on Memphis Music legends known throughout the world for their magnanimous music/artistic contributions to the entertainment industry.  The includes guest artists and their music, their contributions to the craft and their take on what makes Memphis music, Soul music so appealing to the world.


    Call in with your questions and comments each and every Saturday from 3:00pm to 4:00pm CST as we explore this fine art form.  Seee you there!!!!

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