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  • 00:30

    why is it hard for successful black women to find a husband in 2015

    in Culture

    Why do black women seem to find it hard to find a Good man now a days...is it that we sale our self short or there are not a lot of " Good men" around anymore.

  • 00:34

    New Music Inferno w/ Davey Muise(Find Your Shovel & Vanna)!!!

    in Music

    Davey Muise - Front man of Vanna & former school teacher..Find Your Shovel ...The new initiative and brand launched by Davey...The campaign will be a collective for fans, students, and community to come together to share their stories and meet other like-minded individuals. Shovel Brand is set to mirror the messages Muise exudes in his speaking engagements and he hopes to promote the core ideals of never giving up, to find one's own identity and be proud of who they are. Finding one's shovel is never an easy task. Muise wants to offer a helping hand to those that need the guidance and support, by starting conversations with a purpose. Throughout the coming months Muise will launch a slew of new initiatives that will call upon the community to collectively come together and share their stories of how they found their shovel. Check out more info @ www.daveymuise.com

  • 00:54

    Medical Sociologist, Jane Leserman, Discusses Abuse, Trauma, and Pelvic Pain

    in Health

    Dr. Jane Leserman, who will be speaking at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference this October, is a medical sociologist and retired Professor from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  The focus of her research has been on how stress and traumatic life events (e.g., sexual and physical abuse) affect long-term physical and mental health.  Specifically, she has examined the effects of stress and trauma on patients with gastrointestinal disorders, pelvic pain and those with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).  Her research has shown that trauma and stress are associated with many diverse and severe health effects years after these events.  Stress has been related to faster progression to AIDS and increased risk for mortality among the HIV infected.  Patients being seen for chronic pelvic pain and gastrointestinal disorders have worse health status (more health visits, poorer function, more pain) if they have a history of trauma. Dr. Leserman’s research has been the inspiration behind her becoming a member of the board of her local agency to prevent domestic violence.  Dr. Leserman has authored and co-authored over 100 papers on topics concerning psychosomatic and behavioral medicine. 

    You will not want to miss this one-hour discussion on her research behind the role of physical and sexual abuse and trauma within the diagnoses of chronic pelvic pain disorders. This will be a sneak preview of her larger lecture at the International Pelvic Pain Society conference in October (www.pelvicpain.org). 

  • 02:11

    Mental Addiction vs. Physical Addiction/Project Paperclip

    in Entertainment

    Mental Addiction vs Physical Addiction: Is It Really That Easy Forming Habits. Also a look into another conspiracy: Project Paperclip, found out whats that about tonight with NLTH and Poegossi. Also a new song from Michael Piccard and one from Krayzie Bone off his new album "Chasing the Devil".

  • 02:02

    How Do We Find The Killers In Our Community?

    in Women

    You would think gun violence just happens out of nowhere, that someone lands a spaceship in our neighborhood, gets out and shoots people, then goes back up into space. Why are people afraid to speak out? We have cell phone videos that have exposed dirty cops that beat and shoot unarmed people, putting the heat on law enforcement to clean up its act, throw out the trash and get rid of those who have no business policing others. How about we use our technology to expose the rats and snakes among us in the community. If a Facebook page were created to post anonymously those who commit crimes, face, name, address, etc., would this help legitimate police capture those who commit crime? We can't stop crime until we remove fear and we can't remove fear until we create trust of police and we can't trust police until police remove corrupt cops from the ranks. But how about creating a social media network to expose wrongdoers? And what if cops still do nothing? Do we enact "street justice"? What do you think?


  • 00:32

    Find Faults with the Competition and Exploit Them

    in Business

    Find Faults with the Competition and Exploit Them

    Don’t be mean – simply analyze your competitors’ products and authority and be what they’re not! Or, be what they are, only better. You can stay in the white hat marketer category and still learn from the competition in several ways. You’re not doing all you can for your business if you don’t use the competition to boost your online presence. There are some ways your competition can help. Gather intelligence first. When your competition is successful, you’ll be able to see what works and use the same techniques for your own success. It’s good to see failures, too because you won’t have to waste your time doing something that clearly doesn’t work. For example, if they work hard on a big launch of a product you’ll be able to see by their success (or not) whether the product was the reason for the success or perhaps the launch day or time was off, resulting in a total flop. It’s valuable information to have and use. Your competition helps you define yourself. When you know your competition and what they’re all about, you’ll know better what you identify with – especially to your audience. This information helps you discern how to compete in the niche you’ve chosen. For example, if your competition isn’t targeting a certain group in your niche, it becomes a perfect opportunity for you to become a leader for this area of competition.

  • 00:48

    Ro-Hun Therapist, Ordained Minister, Author of “THE HEALING CURVE” Sara Chetkin

    in Spirituality


    Born in Key West, Florida in 1979, Sara Chetkin was 15 when she was diagnosed with severe scoliosis and spent much of the next fifteen years traveling around the world seeking healing and spiritual insight. These travels are the basis for her first book, The Healing Curve: A Catalyst to Consciousness. She graduated from Skidmore College in 2001 with a BA in Anthropology. After graduation, she moved to Somerville, MA and worked in various cafes and restaurants while pursuing an education in herbal medicine. As well, she worked toward an advanced degree in Spiritual Studies at Delphi University in McCaysville, Georgia. In 2004, she began a master’s program at the New England School of Acupuncture and earned a Master of Science in Acupuncture and Oriental medicine in 2007. She is a Ro-Hun therapist and an ordained minister with the Church of Wisdom, Delphi University. She lives in New York State with her husband, Brecht, and their son, Adrian.

  • 00:42

    Altidude Welcomes Therapist back to The Corner

    in Entertainment

    Join Altidude LIVE on The Corner as he welcomes fan favorite Therapist back to the show! On this episode Altidude will talk w/Therapist about his new project "Ungifted", as well as pick his brain for his thoughts on a myriad of issues surrounding the genre! CALL in LIVE 818-495-6975 or join the conversation online @ www.blogrtalkradio.com/thentunedshow

  • 02:20

    "Barbershop Talk: How to Love a Black Woman the Right Way"

    in Radio


    In today's society, far too often do we hear stories of women having their hearts broken by the liars, dogs, cheaters, manipulators and abusers of the world. Now, It's time for you to hear from great men who are looking to love, cherish and respect our beautiful black queens. Tune into a special rebroadcast of "Barbershop Talk" on "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST, where my all star panel of professional black men will discuss "How to Love a Black Woman the RIGHT Way".  Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters".

  • 00:03

    You Are Not Going To Find The Best Way To Work At Home Using Google

    in Self Help

    Matthew Lesko of http://lesko.com/, http://bigdatalesko.com/, MoneyToDoYourThing.com and http://lesko.com/videoebooks tells us that we are not going to find the best way to work at home using google

    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BIupyZCZSfQ

  • 01:05

    "How to Overcome Your Ex"

    in Family

    Are you still holding on to painful memories of your Ex?  Well, check out this show to find out how you too can overcome your Ex and move on with your life.