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  • 01:00

    "In Other Words…" with Best-Selling Baltimore Author, Julianna Baggott

    in Books

    Julianna Baggott has been writing for 14 years and has 22 books in print, some of them best sellers.  That on its own is impressive, but add to that they were Put out by publishing houses, not self-published.  Then add in that she was raising three small children for most of that time.  Prolific may be an understatement. 


    She also writes under the pen names Bridget Asher and N.E. Bode.  Ms. Asher writes more for women and N.E. Bode (pronounced body) writes for ages 8-13. 


    Julianna talks with us this week about how that all happened and about her process, and about her most recent book, Harriet Wolf's Seventh Book of Wonders.  It takes place mostly in the Baltimore area and talks about some well known institutions here, like what used to be called the Home for Feeble Minded Children, and later, as Rosewood.

  • 02:34

    Cage Side Submissions Ep:88 Adam Martin Jessica Eye Sam Oropeza Serena DeJesus

    in MMA

    Welcome back to another episode of Cage Side Submissions, We plan to  provide you with unique and fun-filled SHOWS. News, highlights, and interviews Please feel free to call in with your questions and comments at anytime. 657-383-0267 For our Host Steve Rychel (@CSSRadio) And Host Rachael Blaze (@RachaelBlaze)


    Our First Guest is Adam Martin @AdamMPR) Adam is a Athlete Rep for Poster Boy Fighters Managment


    Our Second guest is UFC Bantamweight Jessica "Evil"Eye 11-3-1 (@Jessicaevileye ) Jessica is Set to Return to Action at UFC192 aganist Julianna Pena on Oct. 3, 2015 inside the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas.


    Our Third Guest is Sam Oropeza (@SammyO85) 13-2-1 Sam is set to retun to Action October 31th at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 52 At the borgota in Atlantic City 


    And Our Final Guest is Serena DeJesus Amature Featherweight (2-0) Serena will getting back to action SomeTime in November in Las Vegas

  • IndieReview Behind The Scenes WEEKEND EDITION with Steampunk Artisan Daniel Hawk

    in Entertainment

    Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan one of your hosts. My co-host Jamie White is also joining me, and tonight we have the opportunity to chat with Steampunk Artisan Daniel Lee Hawk of HAWK IMAGEnation Design Studio,Managing Director.


    About Daniel L. Hawk:He is the owner of Hawk Image Nation Design Studios developing websites, logos and game designs focusing on brand identity for clients. He created Artwork by Veterans which is a support group for returning hero’s to express themselves through art. Utilizing camaraderie and the healing power of art Artwork by Veterans is a community where vets can show their artwork, meet other veterans and supporting each other. 


    His beautiful wife of 19 years, Cheryl and his wonderful twin teenage girls, Sarah and Rebekah, participate in VFW Post 4809 junior girls visiting VA hospitals providing emotional support for our aging heroes. His outstanding teen son, Ethan, wants to be a game designer or a sniper and is diligently striving to reach both of these goals. Last but never least is the not so baby girl, Julianna, who plays the violin and recently turned seven. Be aware, when experiencing a bad day she can easily force the discouraged to smile. He loves to create designs for heraldic crests which can help in preserving a family’s heritage for future generations. In addition to artwork and steam-punk upcycling he is an avid reader who enjoys skiing, tennis and going to the beach with the family.


    Contact: https://victoriasteam.wordpress.com/what-is-steam-punk-you-ask/


     

  • "The Cross in the Desert: Speaking hope and freedom to Iran."

    in Christianity

    Special live interview with Naghmeh Abedini and Tiffany Barrans (ACLJ) Prayer Vigil for Saeed


    Julianna Taimoorazy, Iraqi Christian Relief Council


    Nahren Anweya, Assyrian Christian genocide.


    "The Supremacy of Christ, Col.1:15 (Biblical teaching)

  • 00:58

    Saving Our Schools

    in Health

    The TEAM WORK READY RADIO SHOW is hosted by Jeff Rose, Ms. Carmen Watkins, Frankie Sanders, Mrs. Pamela Rose, and others plus great guests.


    Team Work Ready Radio Show - on KCOH & BTR


    FEATURED GUESTS - Dr. Julianna Dunn & Shawn Morgan - "Saving Our Schools"


    Team Work Ready, 877-983-2696 or 713-661-2100, www.TeamWorkReady.com

  • 00:58

    Saving Our Schools - Dr. Julianna Dunn & Shawn Morgan

    in Health

    The TEAM WORK READY RADIO SHOW is hosted by Jeff Rose, Ms. Carmen Watkins, Frankie Sanders, Mrs. Pamela Rose, and others plus great guests.


    Team Work Ready Radio Show - LIVE on KCOH & BTR


    FEATURED GUESTS - Dr. Julianna Dunn & Shawn Morgan - "Saving Our Schools"


    Team Work Ready, 877-983-2696 or 713-661-2100, www.TeamWorkReady.com

  • 02:00

    LET'S CELEBRATE THE MINISTRY GIFT'S OF PASTOR CALVIN BRIDGES &REESE 347-989-8119

    in Self Help

    PASTOR CALVIN BRIDGES: https://www.facebook.com/calvin.bridges.58?fref=ts FRIEND HIM ON FACEBOOK: WEBSITE: http://www.calvinbridges.org/


    With a passion for the Gospel and compassion for people of all walks of life, God has appointed Calvin to minister in twelve countries including crusades in Antigua, Jamaica, Ghana, Kenya, Germany, and concerts in England, France, Italy, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland. In addition to numerous recordings, television and radio appearances, his honors also include composing Gospel music favorites, “Chosen”, “I Can Go To God In Prayer”, and “Spread The Word” (Grammy nominated).  Bridges is also the recipient of two of Gospel music’s most coveted Stellar Awards.


    PASTOR REESE: https://www.facebook.com/warren.hudgins?fref=ts FRIEND HIM ON FACEBOOK; WEBSITE: http://reesemusiccompany.com/index/


            Reese, an up and coming gospel singer, hailing from Carrollton, Alabama, has an anointed voice that has been touched by God himself.  His ability to be versatile in his singing allows him to reach all age groups with spiritual praise and uplift.  His music ministers to the heart and souls of those who stand in need of prayer, or who simply love the words of God.  His gift is amplified by his devotion to Christ, and his love for music.     - See more at: http://reesemusiccompany.com/bio/#sthash.bP23Xzrj.dpuf

  • 00:39

    Nicole Sandler, Julianna Forlano Go Gaga On Patricia Arquette's Jigaboo Feminism

    in Entertainment

    Nicole Sandler and Julianna Forlano Go Gaga On Patricia Arquette's Jigaboo Feminism

    So Nicole Sandler is at it again, bringing out the white supremacist side of her liberalism. 


    We've heard her tell Imani Gandi (angry black lady) that it's too bad she "doesn't feel comfortable in her own skin". 
    She couldn't help but quip about the "blacks" giving their kids "weird names". 
    And thought she's quite white and often self identifies as white, she has to remind you that she's Jewish whenever she disagrees with an uppity colored. 

    Julianna Forlano is convinced that big scary black bucks like Elon James White from This Week in Blackness are attacking her... (nice dog whistle). 

    It's another classic case of white folks reminding black folks where their place is and telling those talking negro chicks on twitter to tone it down and behave themselves. 

    We'll discuss, we'll laugh and we'll dig into that Fox clip about Jigaboo music. 

    Maybe after all of that, we'll have time for some news and comment. 


     

  • 02:05

    Carson's Corner from the 2015 Left Forum.

    in Politics Progressive

    Carson's Corner host Bob Carson attended the 2015 Left Forum at John Jay College Friday and Saturday, and he recorded some fantastic audio from some of the key radicals in the fight against imperialism and Capitalism, which are one in the same.


    On 5-29, the first panel discussion, Against The Narrative: Independent Media and the Left, hosted by Julianna Forlano, featured Glen Ford of the Black Agenda Report, Eddie Conway, former Black Panther and political prisoner, and Paul Jay of The Real News. We will play audio from this discussion, which includes a discussion of black indepedent media and the need for a media alternative to the corporate dominance.


    After this panel discussion, Bob had the opportunity to interview John Dennie, a retired postal worker and activist who is protesting a Staples takeover of our postal service.


    Bob also had the opportunity to interview Green Party presidential candidate, Jill Stein. The Election Boycott Advocates have been discussing how ineffective third party candidates have been, considering the very system as constructed by the capitalist class. Bob poses this and other questions to Jill Stein.


    On 5-30, Bob attended Why We Focus on U.S. Imperialist Wars, hosted by Sara Flounders, of the International Action Center, and Joe Lombardo of UNAC (United National Antiwar Coalition). Both had brilliant observations about U.S. imperialism.

  • 00:58

    Saving Our Schools

    in Health

    The TEAM WORK READY RADIO SHOW is hosted by Jeff Rose, Ms. Carmen Watkins, Frankie Sanders, Mrs. Pamela Rose, and others plus great guests.


    Team Work Ready Radio Show - LIVE on KCOH & BTR


    FEATURED GUESTS - Dr. Julianna Dunn & Shawn Morgan - "Saving Our Schools"


    Team Work Ready, 877-983-2696 or 713-661-2100, www.TeamWorkReady.com

  • 00:34

    Eelctions Good or Bad

    in Politics

    For the first time in Ferguson’s 120-year history, the City Council will have three African-American members, but even so, Tuesday’s election was less than a clear victory for the throngs of volunteers who poured into the city in a last-minute push to sway voters.Perhaps the most significant aspect of the results for Ferguson City Council was that 30 percent of the city’s 12,738 registered voters cast ballots — more than double the typical turnout.
    The high turnout did not favor two candidates supported by protesters: Bob Hudgins and Lee Smith.St Louis.com


    Mayor Rahm Emanuel won his fight for political survival Tuesday and vowed to be a “better mayor” in a second term because of the scare he got from Jesus “Chuy” Garcia.


    With 98.5 percent of the vote counted, Emanuel had 55.7 percent to Garcia’s 44.3 percent. The turnout was roughly 40 percent, up from 34 percent on Feb. 24. That was not high enough and nowhere near the outpouring that Garcia needed to unseat the deep-pockets incumbent. Chicago Sun-Times