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Originally from Detroit, Lashonda Lester has been working in entertainment in some capacity for over 20 years. She's the creator, star and executive producer of "Weird! True Hollywood Tales", a biography lecture series about strange or mysterious Hollywood tragedies, now in its third season.
Lester also took 3rd place in the 2014 Funniest In Person Austin contest, and has opened for comedy heavyweights such as Earthquake, Rickey Smiley, Kyle Kinane, SNL alumnus Finesse Mitchell, Godfrey, and legendary Grammy Award winning band; Earth, Wind, and Fire!
What else?? She recently made her national television debut for Nickelodeon's NickMom Night Out comedy showcase. When she’s not performing comedy, Lashonda enjoys buying frivolous items on eBay, keeping up with the latest conspiracy theories and spending time with her family.
Nancy Mills joins the show to talk about her women's empowerment community: "Spirited Woman." She'll be sharing the story of the Sisterhood of the Sacred Scarves as well!
In the second half of the show, NYC Actor Lester Greene will talk abou this new book "Getting Your Act Together."
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Want to ask Nancy or Lester a question? Call 323 657-1493! FYI: Nancy is NOT an intuitive, but if you have questions about empowering women - call to ask her your questions!
Actor Ron lester has his own Talk show! He was the actor, Billy Bob from Varsity Blues that was 508lbs, and lost 348 of it. Tune in live for his humor, his heart and learn about his journey. With guests Tricky the OG, World Famous Trainer, Rob Riches and Co-Host, Shannon. Also, listen for the Key Word for tonight to get your personalized autographed copy of Varsity Blues!
Four fabulous women talking about four fabulous books! Tune in to the Literary New England Radio Show for book giveaways and conversations with:
Megan Mayhew Bergman on Almost Famous Women
Heather Webb on Rodin's Lover
Alison Jean Lester on Lillian on Life
Nellie Hermann on The Season of Migration
If you can't listen live, be sure to download the episode as an iTunes podcast or stream from the Literary New England Radio Show archives.
Larry Lester was one of the founders of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) in Kansas City, Missouri, and he served as its Research Director and Treasurer for five years (1991-1995). He was instrumental in the development of the Museum's business plan and licensing program that became its primary revenue stream in the start-up years.
He left the NLBM in 1995 to start NoirTech Research, Inc., combining his expertise in research and technology to strategically track the African American experience in sports and entertainment.
Lester is co-chairman of the Jerry Malloy Negro League Conference, the only academic symposium dedicated exclusively to the examination and promotion of black baseball history. The Conference offers scholarships, library grants, and raise funds to purchase headstones for unmarked graves of players.
Lester is the author of eight books, and has written forewords to four other books. He is listed as a contributing researcher to more than 150 publications on African American history, and has served as a consultant on numerous sports documentaries with ESPN, ESPN2, PBS, CNN, et al.
More information can be found at his website: www.LarryLester42.com
Actor Ron lester has his own Talk show! Tonight Ron discusses his near death experience, his weight loss surgery, answers questions from fans and talks about past and current roles he has played. Call in with your questions or leave your questions in chat!
There was a time when the press, and specifically newspapers, were seen as watchdogs of the government. That is why the press was given such freedom from oversight by the founders. Few news agencies today see themselves that way. One that does is The Missouri Torch. Tonight we will talk with Duane Lester, editor of that forum about the duty of journalism and Missouri politics in general.
Too little is said and understood about the important job of the State Auditor. In a time when tax dollars are jealously guarded by you and me, the State Auditor is supposed to be our champion for guarding those dollars. We will chat with Sean O'Toole, Libertarian candidate for State Auditor. He will be facing off in November with the incumbent Auditor, Tom Schweich and Constitution Party candidate Rodney Farthing.
Have you written or talked to your State Rep about the Diehl or No Diehl? Please call in tonight and let us know what your rep had to say about this issue. If this is going to work we absolutely need your support and participation.
Join us live at 7PM by clicking the link above. Call the sudio line and participate at 347-677-1835.
Join us tonite as we welcome back scientist/inventor Lester Loving to the program.
The brother will detail solution based applications to activate your melanin and keep it activated.
We will also discuss the information shared from this past weekend's "MELANIN CONFERENCE"
We've heard alot about what people THINK pertaining to melanin, but what can be proven?
What are the parameters to this science?
Is melanin activation to the solution that we've all been looking for?
Are we being hampered by lazy melanin activation and sloppy science?
Tune in and bring your pad & pen...CLASS IS IN SESSION!!
This week Ashli Fisher Holley, close friend of Ron Lester was killed in a car accident on Monday night, January 26th. Ron talks about his friendship with Ashli, the good times they shared and asks that you call in to share your memories of Ashli. North Cobb High School, and everyone who's planning to attend on February 7, at the reunion - give us a call. Join us live tonight at 7pm Eastern or 4pm Pacific. This is my way of forever trying to pay a tribute to show the beauty and light that she was. Hopefully some of you have been lucky enough to have been touched by her.
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