• 01:00

    Bellesprit Radio Show, Diamond Psychic, Donna Cantone

    in Spirituality

    Join your host, Gina Wedlake tonight on the Bellesprit Radio Show!  Let's do some holiday Feng Shui with our special guest tonight!  Donna will be taking your live calls in the order in which they are received. Join us in the chat room and be greeted by Laurie, our chat hostess.  join in our disscussion during the program, ask questions, and interact with Donna and Gina.


    Diamond Psychic, Donna Cantone is a regular contributor to Bellesprit Magazine with her column, Spiritual Feng Shui, which focuses on various Feng Shui principles to improve the energy in your home.


     About Donna:" I've been spiritual and intuitive my whole life, having beautiful encounters with angels. Over a decade ago, I discovered the ancient principles of Feng Shui. It was amazing to me that you could improve your life by making energetic changes. I became a practitioner and shared my knowledge in my eBook, Live an Abundant Life with Feng Shui. I've been a guest on several BlogTalk Radio programs in the U.S. and the U.K. providing insights to enhance the life of others. I embraced the spiritual changes in myself and pursued certification in various angelic coaching, card reading, and healing modalities".


    Websites:


    www.phoenixholisticservices.com


    www.facebook.com/phoenixholisticservices


    www.twitter.com/DonnaCantone

  • 00:47

    Cruz Control - Wrestling Legend Diamond Dallas Page

    in Sports

    On this edition of The Cruz Control Podcast, host Randy Cruz talks wrestling with former three-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and WWE Superstar, Diamond Dallas Page. Topics include DDP Yoga, WCW, WWE, his new film about Jake "The Snake" Roberts, his greatest match and his highest moment in WCW. 


    Follow on Twitter: @realddp @cruzr83


    LISTEN: hitsradioshow.com


    DOWNLOAD & SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST ON ITUNES! 

  • 00:31

    Sexting with Diamond - A Pearl Necklace Story

    in Entertainment

    Newest show on Chaos Network, Chaos talks with "Diamond" about anything and everything in the world of sex. From pick up lines in a bar to what life has been like in the bedroom, Chaos always has his own unique take on things and now lets see what Diamond has to say.

  • 01:30

    .....Diamond In The Rough.....

    in The Bible

    Tonight I am sharing the audio recording from my Homiletics Sermon I preached in same named class on September 24th, 2012. I am then going to elaborate on it. I do not know how long it will be. I have scheduled it for 2 hours just in case.


    If you have any prayer requests, testimonies, comments, or questions feel free to email us at firetalkradio2@yahoo.com  


    Please Follow us on our Home Page at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/firetalkradio2  


    Check out and Like our Facebook page at  https://www.facebook.com/FireTalkRadio2


    Thanks for joinning me on Fire Talk Radio  :)

  • 00:31

    Azizah Diamond Live! Up Close and Personal #MusikMonday

    in Entertainment

    Inspired by Egyptian culture Azizah Diamond is just that, a Diamond. Tune in Live Monday November 24th at 11pm and Check out DJ Nia Boom's Interview with Azizah Diamond.mCall 323-443-7518 or hit us in the chat room with your questions and comments Let's GO! 

  • 00:31

    "It's Principal" Mrs. DeNesha Rawls-Smith and Burton Glen Charter Academy

    in Family

    After experiencing  technical difficulties, we will broadcast this phenominal show again! Hear Mrs. DeNesha Rawls-Smith of Burton Glen Charter Academy in Michigan, she will discuss the successes of a charter K-8 education specific to her school. Mrs. Rawls-Smith has been featured on numerous radio and news TV shows because of her school's documented success. The success in education is what listeners love to here! You will hear it in this interview.

  • 00:47

    Ms.P Chats It Up With Azizah Diamond

    in Music

    Azizah Diamond was born on June 20,1989 in Sacramento, Ca. Mixed with Black, Japanese, Choctaw Indian and some family said Ethiopia, she grew up in very cultured families. Azizah began singing in her grandmother's home away from home, Saint Paul Baptist Church, as a young girl. Brought up in the church, Azizah learned to love everything from gospel to rhythm and blues. Knicknamed “Sugamama” and "Miss Hollywood" as a child, she was constantly caught dancing in the mirror singing "old school" songs with her mother and was the first love child in the family. She taught the family how to say "I love You" to each other by simply saying it to her grandmother. Her family knew at an early age that Azizah was born for stardom.


    Raised in a strict home and attending a private school at a young age she was only allowed to listen to certain music, so she would always sneak and listen to the radio at night to learn different songs to sing. I was always listening to Janet and Aaliyah growing. She attended Sheldon High School where she became a member of the dance company Universal Rhythm. Well known for their dance routines in her hometown, and her love for Janet Jackson's dance moves she was named "Miss Janet" with Azizah at the lead, the group had amazing performances. 


    She worked with rapper Doey Rock out of Sacramento  Azizah had her first radio play on KSFM 102.5 as a featured artist on a song called " Halo", later doing shows with Doey Rock she became well known in her home town. Her family and friends encouraged her to want to move to a bigger city to get more opportunities. 


     

  • 02:01

    The Diamond Forum

    in Social Networking

    Thank you all for your support I am truly appreciative of the time each one of you takes to listen to the show every week. I also thank you for supporting entrepreneurs, self-employed and creative talents. It takes a lot of courage to step out there on your own with little to nothing we step out on Faith and dreams. Having a community of people who can relate with that and support one another in that is a beautiful thing. All of the guests are appreciative of the support that is given when you listen.  Our music artists are so talented thanx for recognizing them and showing them some #DiamondLove.


    For this show I will be trying something different I will be having a #Diamond forum of women for this show, we will be having big fun  talking about two particular subjects. I can't tell you what our subjects will be right now but I can say this is going to be a good one! Nicole Richards is a new comer to the show and I decided to use two of my awesome  Diamond guest whom I've interviewed, my forum guest are:


    Nicole Richards
    Regina Puckett
    Jacqueline Rainey


    I will also be playing my new intro. Compliments of voice-over actor Roderick Jefferson (so excited). This show has no first or second part, that's right we will be using the whole show including the music. So make sure you comeback and join us, listen and do call in now ya hear! #Funstuff


    This shows music is provided by:


    To be a guest is Free email me at: guest@linajonesdiamondnetwork.com
    To inquire about your music email: diamond.safehouse@gmail.com
    Take this journey with me read my blog at: videobylina.net
    Coming soon Lina Jones DiamondNetwork.com
    Business website: Videobylina.com


    Enjoy The Show!
    Lina Jones

     


     


     

  • 01:59

    Interviews with the Stars with Miss Diamond - Thurs, Dec, 04, 2014 - 5:00 PM PST

    in Radio

    Miss Diamond Hottopics is a native from Detroit, Michigan.  She made her move to California in 2012 for a different start. She has produced and hosted a variety of radio shows for metro Detroit for over six years. Her works such as “Super Saturday with Tracey McCaskill”, “Mix Health Matters”, and “Girl Bye” at ClearChannel Communications for Mix 92.3 and FM 98 WJLB adds to her professional accolades as a producer/show host at 2 of Detroit’s #1 radio stations.  Known to loyal listeners as the “Super Producer” and “Miss Diamond Hottopics” this dynamic public speaker fell in love with radio, production, and public speaking at a young age. Capitalizing her gift of “gab” she migrated from grabbing mic’s at events and taking public speaking engagements to becoming one of the company’s most premiered host and producers. While liking the spotlight, Miss Diamond took a love for hosting, producing, and organizing. Making sure things ran smoothly became her passion. Starting in 2006 Miss Diamond has held many positions in the radio industry.  In 2008 Big Entertainment Group discovered her personality, professionalism, and drive, she was brought aboard. She was apart of “Doin It Big Radio” for 2 years as Radio Host and Producer. From there she moved on to maintain her own show called “Exclusive with Miss Diamond” on 7 Mile Radio. During that time you could also catch her guest hosting on You Tube for “The Sanz Show” for the most controversial topics the viewers wanted. Currently living in her new home of California ready to give California that personality they’re missing.   

  • 00:17

    Are Protests Over Police Brutality Helping or Hurting The Cause

    in News

    Suddenly, it feels like the 1960s again, with swirling movements for social justice finding inspiration and a powerful common denominator in the struggle for black equality.


    Multiracial, multi-ethnic, multi-class, and multi-generational Americans have swarmed the streets in vast numbers to not only protest against racial injustice but to expose systemic oppression that has been an open secret since the heyday of the late 1960s and early 1970s.


    The decision by a Staten Island, New York, grand jury not to indict Police Officer Daniel Pantoleo in the choking death of Eric Garner came nine days after Ferguson, Missouri, erupted into an open rebellion following another grand jury’s decision not to indict former police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, a black teenager.


    While violence engulfed parts of downtown Ferguson, 170 cities staged largely peaceful demonstrations both in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement and in demand of a vision of social justice that far surpasses the imagination of most contemporary politicians and pundits.


    Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets on Wednesday and Thursday nights to express outrage against the political system that allowed a black man to be choked to death while screaming, “I can’t breathe!”


    Across the country this movement has been spreading with protesters stopping traffic on highways and busy streets. Here in Baltimore protesters attempted to shutdown the annual Christmas tree lighting in downtown Baltimore. Do events like this help or hurt the cause

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