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Inez Bracy, Lifestyle Strategist, interviews Janis F. Kearney, former presidential diarist to President Bill Clinton, and editor for the Arkansas State Press, and author of Daisy: Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Ms Kearney transforms civil rights legend Daisy Gatson Bates' life from black and white, to living color. Kearney interviewed Bates many times; here she creates a riveting, fictionalized last interview granted by Bates, as she lay dying in Little Rock, Arkansas. Most o
Do we anthropomorphize our horses? That is, do we treat horses as if they're humans, embued with human emotions?
The only thing I can think of that's wrong with that is that...who says that being "human" is a good thing? Maybe we should flip that script: maybe humans should learn how to conduct Life from horses.
And maybe that script-flipping would lead to a better racing industry...
Tune in tonight to f!lly Racing Radio, and hear my thoughts. I may be spot-on. I may be insane. Either way, I WILL be entertaining.
Songs from The Vaults Of PEARL
RARE & UNRELEASED MUSIC
Plus all the greatest hits you love!
She claimed the blues, soul, gospel, country and rock with unquestionable authority and verve, fearlessly inhabiting psychedelic guitar jams, back-porch roots and everything in between. Her volcanic performances left audiencesstunned and speechless, while her sexual magnetism, world-wise demeanor and flamboyant style shattered every stereotype about female artists - and essentially invented the "rock mama" paradigm
What's new in horse racing? Who's making news? Will a horse who's not from Kentucky cross the finish line first at the Kentucky Derby this year? So many things to discuss--how can we get it all in in just 30 mintes? Tune in this evening, and see if fueling my brain with coffee will help get it all in...
THE EXCEPTIONAL ONE, KEN MCCLENTON, NIGHTLY DELVES INTO THE CHALLENGES FACED BY CONSERVATIVE AMERICANS WITHIN SOCIETY'S CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS--INDIVIDUAL AND FAMILY, EDUCATION, ECONOMICS, GOVERNMENT AND FAITH--WITH A UNIQUE URBAN TWIST.
MONDAYS THROUGH THURSDAYS AT 9:00 PM EST.
THE NEVADA MILITIA CAME TO THE RESCUE OF THE BUNDY FAMILY.
WHOM DID THEY HAVE TO SAVE THE FROM?
THE US GOVERNEMNT.
NIGER INNIS, NEVADA'S 4TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT CANDIDATE,
JOINS US TO DISCUSS THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, AGENDA 21, THE SECOND AMENDMENT & HIS CAMPAIGN.
JANIS HALL & THE J-HALL WORLD REPORT
JUST AS PRESIDENT OBAMA DESIRED, PRESIDENT BASHSAR AL-ASSAD
IS LEAVING SYRIA AND STEPPING DOWN FROM POWER.
AL-ASSAD IS WINNING THE WAR BELIEVE IT OR NOT! WE'LL DISCUSS.
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Discussing sleeper prospects for the 2014 NFL Draft with Small School Guru Josh Buchanan. Guests are Montana LB Jordan Tripp, Saginaw Valley St. WR Jeff Janis and McGill OT Laurent Duvernay-Tardif.
~~Donald F. (Don) Glut (www.donaldfglut.com) is a director/writer of low-budget independent motion pictures (mostly low-budget/campy/sexy horror films, most recently Blood Scarab; www.frontlinefilms.com), author of approximately 70 books (novels including a national best-seller The Empire Strikes Back and non-fiction, e.g. Dinosaurs: The Encyclopedia series), short stories, comic books (creator of The Occult Files of Dr. Spektor, Dagar the Invincible and Tragg and the Sky Gods), TV shows (live action and animation), music, articles, etc. He was a monster-magazine editor (e.g., Modern Monsters) and is a musician, photographer, lecturer and actor (most recently doing voice-over acting for Japanese-language anime and live-action movies).
During the late 1960s he played bass guitar in the Penny Arkade, a rock band produced by then-“Monkee” Mike Nesmith. Don has been associated with such franchises as Transformers, Masters of the Universe, Twilight Zone, Tarzan, Captain America , Vampirella, G.I. Joe and others. Also, he is also a volunteer fossil preparator at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
Don’s interests include paleontology, horror, science-fiction and fantasy, vintage radio and TV shows, old comic books, stage magic, trains, "Holy Relics," the Three Stooges and Jackie Gleason (plus others).
He is currently in preproduction on a female werewolf movie called SheWolves, which he is writing, directing and executive producing.
Join host John Link, co-host Edward X Young, and resident film historian/impressionist Don Fellman, as they talk with Donald F. Glut on this very special edition of The John Link Show, Thursday, April 17th at 11 PM, EDT. CALL IN to speak with Mr. Glut! 347-934-0493.
B-Good is working on her first musical project entitled PREWRITE, which is a free mixtape (produced by Stay Black) that will be released this summer.