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Episode #14: Today we'll be interviewing Lamon Brewster, former WBO Heavyweight Champion, Brewster was also 1995 US Heavyweight Champion as an amateur and Silver Medalist at the 1995 Panamerican Games in Mar del Plata, Argentina. We'll also be discussing week 5 of the NFL. The call in number is (347) 205-9018
Ooh this was a rough day for Me (Mari) but heavy Weight Champion Lamon Brewster came to the show and shared some words of inspiration that was just what I needed. You really never know what is gonna happen on that's my word radio show. Take a listen to this show you will be glad that you did.
ATG Radio is back with a pure boxing theme as we welcome former world heavyweight champion Lamon Brewster. Brewster is famed for being one of the most all out action heavyweights of this era. He won the world heavyweight by knocking out Wladimir Klitschko in 2004. He recently retired due to an eye injury but isn't exactly done with the sport of boxing. We welcome undefeated super featherweight prospect Kyron Butler to show. Butler recently made his professional debu
ArtSees Diner welcomes Tommie Brewster! She is the Blues Hall of Fame Ambassador to New Zealand.Tommie has held the number #1 position on the blues charts on reverbnation for 4 years running! She is a gifted singer, songwriter, pianist and well known for her music radio shows world-wide!
Join us tonight as we talk about her life, music, and listen to some of her select pieces.
WBO Heavyweight World Champion - 2004-2006 Silver Medalist - 1995 Panamerican Games 1995 Amateur U.S. Heavyweight Champion Lamon Brewster born in Indianapolis Indiana. Relentless Lamon Brewster gained recognition as an amateur in 1995, with a silver medal from the Pan American Games.
Current events - Biblical prophecy - tracking the signs of the last days - encouragement - "sermonettes for Christianettes" -
Music: This Love by Lincoln Brewster -
Scriptures: Galatians 4:4, 2 Timothy 2:15, Revelation 9:21, 18:23 -
Cures for churchianity - gifts for listeners ("Anakypto Gives Back") - homework - and an occasional dash of subtle Piedmont humor ...
NOTE: Because the program must be pre-recorded, I can't take your phone calls. If you want to call in, contact me via Skype at "Steve Kerp" and we will proceed from there. Or send email: visit the HOMEWORK page and click on the link.
OCT 22 - INTUITION FOR BUSINESS SUCCESS
Join Christine Monaghan and co-host Cheryl Brewster, owner of The Intuitive Life (www.theintuitivelife.com) as we delve into the wonders of your innate intuition. Cultivating your intuition is one of the most powerful tools to thrive with more ease, productivity and connect with your ideal clients!
Our word of the week is VISION.
To learn more about the Solopreneur Lifestyle Network, please visit www.solopreneurlifestyle.com or contact Christine at firstname.lastname@example.org
in Self Help
We’re BACK with yet another classic inspirational educational show! We got a few West Coast guests dialing in to bring you something different. So, sit back and enjoy:
Lara Blume: Lara is the creator of “Team Up World” a boutique consulting and fundraising firm dedicated to philanthropy.
Anita Casalina: her non-profit "Billions Rising" whose's mission is to document and highlight efforts of people and organizations around the world that are empowering others to become self-reliant.
Cherie Johnson & Dennis L.A. White: Cherie of Punky Brewster fame & Dennis of Notorious were recently in a far too common scenario. On vacation they were victims of “Racial Profiling” and harassment by the Police. Find out why and what needs to be done!
All this and more!
On September 22nd, 2013, Dennis White and Cherie Johnson were enjoying the pleasures of vacation. While driving through Marion County, South Carolina, and were stopped by a patrolman, and faced a most humiliating experience.
You may have read the account of their experience on CNN.com, but this incident has not been given the proper exposure in mainstream media.
Most of you may be familiar with these two talented actors. Dennis is known for his role in the film, 'Notorious', a story about the late Christopher Wallace also known as “Biggie Smalls”. And Cherie, for her roles in 'Punky Brewster', 'Family Matters', ‘The Parkers’, and guest appearances on ‘Days of Our Lives’.
Hot Topics Talk Radio is honored to have these two talented actors recount their ordeal of racial profiling and harassment. We’re going to discuss the humiliation and violation of civil liberties that African Americans face each day at the hands of law enforcement.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 9, 2013
9pm PST/11pm CST/12 Midnight EST
Call (646)200-3148, to listen by phone. Or listen from your computer and join the chat room conversation.
This is an interview you don’t want to miss… You’ll get the true accounts of Dennis White and Cherie Johnson. Not the watered-down version!
ArtSees Diner Radio is pleased to turn the Blues Green and encourage all of our listeners to plant a tree on October 4th in honor of Global Cooperation Day! ArtSees Diner Blue Plate Specials of the Blues vein will be showcased October 1st in place of our weekly Brother Doug's Blues Hour. Please call in with your comments, well wishes and commitment to make our world Green all the while we listen to the Blues!
Featured musicians are from the ArtSeesDiner.com Blue Plate Specials.
BoPoMoFo, Tombstone Bullet, Tommie Brewster, Bluebird & Skoko, Shun Kikuta, Luca Giordano, Mathy Leah, Gerard Cornielje, Billy Jones Bluez, Sybil Gage and many more!
American Promise is a documentary that has generated incredible buzz and won critical acclaim. Husband and wife filmmakers, Michèle Stephenson and Joe Brewster, will join us to discuss this important work.
In the film, the exclusive and private Dalton School in NYC has recently committed to opening its doors to a more diverse student population. The film follows Idris and Seun, two African American boys, and their families from the day the boys first enroll as 5-year-olds at Dalton through to their graduation 12 years later. The audience is allowed to enter an intimate space with the families as race and class and well-meaning diversity aspirations collide. As the filmmakers tell us, "Opportunity is the first step."
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and owner of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which works with schools and other entities to create education equity plans and promote student equity.