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  • 02:08

    Cage Side Submissions Ep:81 Vince McKee Elizabeth Phillips James Krause

    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 Cleavland Author Vince McKee (@VinceTheAuthor) who has recently finished his latest book "Ohio Warriors" Vinceis also the MMA correspondentfor inscriber Mag: Digital Magazine


    Our second guest is UFC Bantamweight Elizabeth Phillips 5-3 (@UfcPhillips)  Phillips faced Jessamyn Duke at UFC on Fox 16 on July 25, She won the bout by unanimous decision.


    Our Final Guest is UFC Lightweight James Krause 22-7 (@TheJamesKrause) Krause coming off a Two fight losing streak James faced Darron Cruicshank on July 25  at UFC On Fox 16 Krause won the fight by submission in the first round .


     

  • 02:24

    TALL CITY BLUES FEST, BERNARD ALLISON, BLUES411 REPORT, BETH MCKEE, ROY GOREN

    in Music

    Show # 271 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With “Musicians You Should Know”


    Lisa Grissom from Tall City Blues Fest stops by to discuss the festival on July 10, 11 & 12.  Music On The Couch will be webcasting live once again and I am acting as stage Emcee for this Festival partner.


    Bernard Allison just released his first studio album in 6 years entitled In The Mix, which features all of Bernard's influences. Learning to play at an early age and listening to his dad's albums, put Bernard on solid ground.  He has made himself into his own man and we will explore his journey.


    Chefjimi comes by with the Blues411 Report and I am sure it will include updates on the new bionic knee.


    COUCH KID NEW MUSIC TIMES TWO


    First, Beth McKee brings her new album, the just released Sugarcane Revival to the Couch and we will speak with her about what has been going on in her life since she last sat with us back in June of 2011.


    Another Couch Kid returns when Ray Goren brings his EP Save My Soul to share.  Ray originally sat with me as part of the Generation Blues Band with Jamie “Bluesboy” Powell.  Jamie passed recently and Ray is continuing with the lessons he learned from his mentor and friend.

  • 01:01

    Keeping It Reel 63: Lonette McKee

    in Film

    Join Keeping It Reel host Tim Gordon as he welcomes legendary Black Reel Awards nominated actor, singer, songwriter, screenwriter, producer, director Lonette McKee (Sparkle, Jungle Fever and She Hate Me) to the BIG show. PLUS: AOL Black Voices' Wilson Morales and the Movie Mob will give us the latest movie news and reviews.

  • 01:03

    Godly Women with Kimberly Mckee Pickens & Mary Hall Edwards on CD Speak UP!

    in Christianity

    Kimberly Pickens is a preschool teacher at her home church daycare. She has written two stories that are featured in Christmas Moments and Spoken Moments. Her story, Molly's Promised Land, won an honorable mention from The ACFW First Five Pages Contest. She is a member of a writing and critique group, Crosses and Pens. She is also a member of NACFW and the ACFW. Kimberly likes spending time at home with her husband and best friend of over twenty-five years. They have a daughter and a son. Besides writing, Kimberly's passion is her faith in God, her family, and helping children achieve academic success. She has recently started her own enrichment program in preschools to help children develop a positive attitude early-on in math and science. Her program is called Math that Counts. It is Kimberly's heart's cry to bring glory and honor to God Almighty by using the talents He has blessed her with, to advance the kingdom of heaven through her writing.


    A veteran attendee of Writers Advance conferences, Mary is an experienced photographer, seeking to capture memories that bring smiles. A 2013 graduate of Christian Communicators Conference, Mary speaks about her own experiences with abuse, leading her to begin her Be A Voice 4 Kids ministry.  She recently shared at the Chosen Chicks for Christ Conference and local church events, with the latest being the guest speaker “What's I Your Purse?” banquet at Faith Temple Baptist Church. With much prayer she followed through with the calling of becoming trained as a facilitator of Stewards of Children through Darkness to Light to help prevent child sexual abuse. She loves to share the Love of the Lord and brings hope to those who hunger for only what can be found through Jesus Christ. Find Mary on her face book page at Be A Voice 4 Kids or at www.writeblessings.com or  www.beavoice4kids.vpweb

  • 00:40

    Original cast member, Lonette McKee set to SPARKLE too

    in Books

    Sparkle starring the late Whitney Houston and Jordin Sparks, hits theaters on Aug. 17 and fans of the cult film classic can see at least one of the original film's stars in concert.


    Our guest today,  Lonette McKee, was born in Motown.


    She will perform in concert with vocalist & bass player Michael Henders on on 11/2 at New York City's Aaron Davis Hall.


    McKee's career began in music in Detroit as a child prodigy, where she started writing music/lyrics, singing, playing keyboards & performing at 7. At 14, she recorded her 1st record, which became an instant regional pop/R&B hit. McKee wrote the title song for the film Quadroon when she was 15.


    Her career has included leading roles on stage, screen & TV. McKee made a highly praised film debut as the drug-addicted lead singer of a Supremes-like pop group in "Sparkle" (1976) and even has won a Tony nomination on Broadway.


    McKee has since appeared in some 40 TV & film projects, including a number of Spike Lee movies, such as Jungle Fever, Malcolm X and She Hate Me.


    She currently teaches at the City College of New York, has a lot of upcoming music, film and TV projects, including an urban tragedy, Dream Street, which will serve as her directorial debut.


    She was "Sister"  in the original Sparkle and is still shining. Hear her talk about her career & "Sparkle, a Night to Remember."  LonetteMcKee.com

  • 00:53

    More Than Just The Talk... Becoming Your Children's Go To Person

    in Lifestyle

    Join Us As We Discuss The Unedited Truth About Sex


    In a sex-saturated culture where kids are exposed to nearly 14,000 sexual references per year on television, and 70 percent of teenagers have encountered ography on the Internet, parents can't rely on the traditional one-time "sex talk" that their own parents muddled through. Kids need to know that it's natural to be curious about sex and that their parents are the most reliable source of information. Otherwise, their friends and smartphones will be more than willing to give answers that are likely to lead them down the path to sin and heartache.


    Teens questions................


    · Is hooking up really wrong?
    · What about living together if you fall in love?
    · If the Bible bans sex before marriage . . . is everything else fair game?
    · What about same-sex relationships? Since when does God deny any kind of true love?

    Great questions . . . but who has the answers?

    Our culture creates a lot of confusion about sex. Honestly, sometimes it's difficult to know who's telling the truth. On one hand, when we read our Bibles or go to church, we hear how God's design is to wait for sex and save that kind of intimacy for marriage. But on the other hand, when we go to school, turn on the TV, or listen to many of the songs on our favorite playlists . . . they say quite the opposite. Naturally, this makes many of us wonder. Who's right? Sex seems fun. How can something so natural be off-limits?

    In Jonathans new book Sex Matters, Jonathan McKee tackles all of these questions, giving you the frank, unvarnished truth about sex--regardless how awkward or embarrassing.


     

  • 00:11

    Author of LeBron James book discusses his craft

    in Basketball

    Vince McKee was on the Sports Beat with Nick Camino & Andre Knott on WTAM 1100 in Cleveland last night to discuss the excerpts on SheridanHoops.com this week from his new book “The Redemption of the King.”


    Highlights from the interview include the meaning behind the title, and McKee's original inspiration to write the book.  


    They also covered the best parts of the book -- but also the most difficult parts of the book to write.


    Among topics discussed were LeBron's epic Game 5 of the 2007 NBA Eastern Conference finals, as well as the hard fought series loss to the Orlando Magic in the 2009 Eastern Conference Finals.


    It was a fun and informative interview that will keep fans excited about the excerpts on Sheridanhoops, as well as the book in general.

  • 01:31

    Sharona Unfiltered - Episode Five

    in Entertainment

    Soft Sexism, Sharp Elbows and How to Play Nice with Others and Not be the Bitch in the Boardroom. Also, let's please stop calling strong assertive women bitches. Sharona and special guest co-host Jessica Luther talk about being a woman these issues, being a woman in the media and much more. Special guest this week is Yahoo's Sports' Eric Edholm. 

  • 00:43

    Pop Up Talk Show|| 10 Wife Duties to Avoid with Boyfriends... WHET?!

    in Self Help

    Wait, Whet? The past few days I've decided to do these Pop Up Envy McKee Shows in a somewhat random fashion. Last night it was at midnight. On Monday, it was like an hour before. Today, I decided, not but an hour after I finished broadcasting my last episode. We'll assume my desire comes from the quality of the content that crosses my FB feed. Congratulations. Somebody whack hit the Pop Up Envy McKee Show jackpot.


    So the plan is to break some things down about Voldemorts and their relational reindeer games for once and for good so that it shall foreva eva be broke broke. Articles like the one mentioned in the title, make me tired. For one, it swirls around the mind wave that the only thing people who are in relationships are up to is to be married--which is so dumb it's actually just, so dumb. For B, it suggests that being inauthentic, manipulative and superficial is a promising idea when it comes to forming life partnerships. Like, huh? Why does that even make sense at all? Who writes these things? Where do they even live? 1952? And also, whet?! My brain cells are draining fluid right now because I have half a mind to do another pop up show this second. But I won't. Imma marinate for the evening. But be forewarned, what I have to say, just may change the way you view most things marriage and relationships. 


    I'll also share another excerpt from David Cameron Gikandi's awesome e-book: A Happy Pocket Full of Money. Cause clearly, lots of folk need wealth consciousness in their lives like pronto. B'cause they broke. Pfff.


    Tune in and plan to call in tomorrow, will you? NOON! K?

  • 00:45

    Pop Up Talk Show|| Finding Your Pretty

    in Self Help

    We started out today's The Envy McKee Show Pop Up Show re-defining the word co-parenting. I got the inspiration not only from yesterday's pop-up show, but also from this article: 


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/vanessa-martir/im-a-single-mom-and-this-s-is-hard_b_6023856.html


    It's so worth the read.


    Also, I do get sick and tired of being sick and tired of the kinds of things people do for their self-loathing, rather, self-esteem challenges. I don't even think people know how they look when they go against the grain of their natural gorgeousness. All in an effort of finding their pretty. Often times, we discover--as I eventually did--that our pretty is exactly underneath all the bullshat we keep telling ourselves.  Turns out 30 minutes was NOT enough time... Welp.

  • 00:46

    Pop Up Talk Show|| WTF is Wrong w/ Don Lemon + A Happy Pocket Full of Money

    in Self Help

    Oh, there was another Envy McKee Show Pop Up Talk Show. Oh,yes. There was. We covered "two" things:


    1) Don Lemon. Ugh. The fuckery that happens to be respectability politics.Charles Barkley speaking about how "unintelligence and unintelligent Black people be hating on successful Black people" to a white talk show host. Why a "light-skinned" "light-eyed" Black woman who also happens to be Republican thinks Black people are RACIST against her for her "lightness". No, not Stacy Dash. Oh, and why Van Jones was probably not thee best person to come to the conversation's defense.


    2) Then we capped up with wealth consciousness-- If you haven't yet read A Happy Pocket Full of Money by David Cameron Gikandi,  you can read it now by going here. For Freeeeeeeeeeee! http://digitalbankroll.com/go/happypocket/ahappypocketfullofmoney.pdf <~~ Spread the word. Blam!

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