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What's on your "Bucket List?" What's stopping you from achieving it?
We all have dreams, goals,desires that we are aching to accomplish, so let's talk abou it, what's on your "Bucket List"
Come and Pour the T with me today at 12:30pm
The call in number is: 347-633-9497
What is your relationship like with your mother? Should mothers and daughters be friends? How does having a positive self image aid in the raising of a wonderfully self aware daughter? Moms/Daughters call in and let's talk about it.
Come and Pour the T with me. Today at 5pm. 347-633-9497
I have tackled this topic in round about ways, speaking on gender roles, being a Black Woman and talking about my experiences with men. And while I am hesistant to discuss this topic, I will do it once and let it go.
Is there a "war" between Black Men and Black Women? Do we love each other, hate each other or just tolerate each other?
Why are there so many examples of Black Men and Black Women just not getting along? Or is it all media hype and we are really no different from any other group?
Let's discuss. Black Men vs. Black Women? Come and Pour the T with me today at 3pm.
The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
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Join Frances Micklem for Healing From Harmony Hall describing the healing journey of one of forgiveness, of oneself and others. For more information contact Frances on www.healingbyfranc.com or buy her book How To Live As One, available as well on Amazon. Lucinda Drayton's meditations, retreats and music are available at lucindadrayton.com.
ABOUT THE MUSEUM
Hundreds of Exhibits of Rare Artifacts and Memorabilia of Stars and Stunt Performers of Motion Pictures and Television, featuring personal items of John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, Steve McQueen, and Stunt legends of the movies including Yakima Canutt, Cliff Lyons, Dave Sharpe, Ronnie Rondell and hundreds of others.
There are over 350 concrete blocks that contain the footprints and handprints as well as signatures of many of the Greats of the Cinema ... a collection that out-ranks those that are located at the Mann's Chinese Theater on Hollywood Boulevard. This rare collection has taken its founder, John G. Hagner more than 65 years to gather and preserve for posterity, featuring parts of costumes, weapons, stunt equipment, photos and paintings and drawings ... hats and caps, boots and shoes and hundreds of items from the movies and television, plus videos, films and film clips.
The Hall of Fame has been in existence since 1973 and became a non-profit organization in 1984, dedicated to preserving the history of the Stunt profession and to honoring Stunt People the world over.
Currently the Hall of Fame is without a home and needs financial support to enable them to afford a building in which to welcome visitors. Anyone interested in participating in this effort, may make a tax-deductible donation to the HOLLYWOOD STUNTMEN'S HALL OF FAME, and mail it to 81 W. Kane Creek Blvd. - #12, Moab, Utah 84532. For more information, contact John Hagner at 435 260-2160. Email address is email@example.com.
Former New York Times editor Edward Klein tells Rick there is a real blood feud between the Obamas and the Clintons. Brigitte Gabriel responds to criticism by the establishment news media that she is “Islamophobic.” Distinguished attorney Sidney Powell talks about corruption in the U.S. Department of Justice.
Guest: Bradlee Dean
Topic: "Getting Real"
On today’s program we will be joined by Bradlee Dean for a high-octane conversation covering a wide-range of issues plaguing our nation. We’ll be talking about issues you need to be informed about including the attack on the Constitution, debt, the targeting of America’s youth and the true power of grace. You will not want to miss out on this very exciting program!
The smoke filled bars....The loud music....The sawdust covered dance floors....The honky tonk angels.....Scott Stamper covers these and a lot of other musical topics in "Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall"
Scott's motto for this show is "All Country, Every Week", and that's exactly what he'll bring you too. Just in time for your Thursday dinner hour, Scott will bring you all the country you can handle, from the lyin' and cheatin' songs, to the drinking songs, to the ballads, to the songs that move you to spin around the dance floor.
Put on your Wranglers and your best pair of boots, push back the coffee table, and throw some sawdust on that hardwood floor, as Scott Stamper brings back some of the glory days of country music with "Honky Tonk Saloon & Dance Hall"