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This week on the BIG show, actor/producer Isaiah Washington will be our special guest to discuss his role in the Sundance favorite, Blue Caprice. The film is inspired by the events known as the Beltway sniper attacks. Plus, we'll have entertainment news and reviews of the latest films including The Family on Episode 219 of Keeping it Reel with FilmGordon.
Check your watch, no doubt its time! Its the Tuesday Spot on the D-Hour Show and on this show we will be talking with phenominal actor/writer Isaiah Washington. We will also be taling to the Hillariously talented Comedian/actor Eddie Griffin. And as always we will be bringing you all the hits from new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming (R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, and Neo-Soul) artists! We got the D-Poetry, Real Men Talking, and many other incredible segments! We will be also giving you the la
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor, author and humanitarian Isaiah Washington to Conversations LIVE to talk about his journey in hollywood, the physical journey that led him to write the book A MAN FROM ANOTHER LAND and his current project Blue Caprice that will be taking him to Sundance Film Festival. The single "New Dawn" by Mojo Morgan kicks off the show. You don't want to miss it.
After what many are calling a tour de force performance in the Sundance hit, 'Blue Caprice', Isaiah Washington joins us to talk about portraying the infamous "Beltway Sniper" John Allen Muhammad! Plus, Sandie Angulo Chen of NextMovie calls in to discuss the upcoming zombie romance, 'Warm Bodies'. Then, Keeping It Reel host and WAFCA President Tim Gordon steps into the arena to break down Sylvester Stallone's 'Bullet to the Head'.
Join Alan Zlotorzynski and Stephen Shoup for the Fanspeak.com Washington Redskins Pre-game show this morning at 11:00.
Last week, The Redskins earned their second win of the season in comeback fashion in Week 7, scoring in the final minute to complete a 45-41 win against the Chicago Bears. Washington gained 499 yards offensively, the team’s most since posting 511 yards vs. San Francisco on Dec. 26, 1999, a game that went into overtime.
The last time the Redskins posted at least 499 yards in a game that ended in regulation was on Nov. 10, 1991 vs. Atlanta. The 45-point performance was the Redskins’ most in the Shanahan era and the team’s most since scoring 52 points vs. San Francisco on Oct 23, 2005, a span of 128 regular season games.
Washington will need all of that offense today, as they travel to the Mile High City to take on Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Manning and Co. are coming off their first loss of the year to the Indianapolis Colts and will not be looking to strike early and often today.
Alan and Steve will break down the game, complete with all of the stats you have come to expect from the dynamic duo. Be sure to listen for the Redskins keys to a victory today.
Despite playing in different conferences, these two teams have a storied history and you will hear all about it this morning.
The guys will finish the show by previewing the rest of the action in the NFL today. You can follow Alan on Twitter @zlotsports and Steve @steveospeak.
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Today we’re bringing you a powerful show of enlightenment and specificity. My guests today are 2 exciting speakers who have changed the lives of thousands where ever they go! Sit back, grab a pen and paper and be prepared to be changed forever….
Charles Cary: Charles is the owner of “Trueality enterprises and the creator of the “3P’s to Success”. Learn how to harness the power of (Pleasure, Passion & Purpose)
Joseph B. Washington: Mr. Washington is one of our Country’s foremost speakers and the creator of “Breaking the Spirit of Average”. Tune in today and find out how to not live a mediocre life!
All this and more….
On this day in 1775, Continental Army commander in chief General George Washington condemns his troops' planned celebration of the British anti-Catholic holiday, Guy Fawkes Night, as he was simultaneously struggling to win French-Canadian Catholics to the Patriot cause. In his general orders for the day, Washington criticized "that ridiculous and childish custom of burning the Effigy of the pope," part of the traditional Guy Fawkes celebration. He went on to express his bewilderment that there could be "Officers and Soldiers in this army so void of common sense" and berated the troops for their inability to recognize that "defence [sic] of the general Liberty of America" demanded expressions of "public thanks" to the Canadian Catholics who Washington believed to be necessary allies, and wrote that he found "monstrous" any actions, which might "be insulting their Religion."
Those who deny George Washington’s connections to the Jesuits and being involved with a hidden Luciferian New World agenda need to read the following article reprinted below from a Catholic publication. Those critics need also examine the Washington family crest, which Washington displayed proudly on his uniform during the American Revolution.
Tune into the Ron and Don Show as they talk about the major demonstration planned for the Thursday, November 7 game against the Minnesota Vikings and Washington Red Skins.
The problem, "Red Skins." Listen to this program to find out more. The phone lines will be open.
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