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  • 02:53

    Lewisville Fighting Farmers vs. Rowlett Eagles: Play-By-Play

    in Football

    Lewisville Fighting Farmers vs. Rowlett Eagles: Play-By-Play

    Come and listen live to high school football!

  • 00:30

    The Legal Show: Adding Insult to (Literal) Injury in Louisiana

    in Legal

    Attorney Sarah Avraham and writer Bennet Pomerantz discuss the subjects of the day.

    The audience should know that although Ms. Avraham is a licensed attorney, she is not offering legal advice in any capacity, is not establishing an attorney/client relationship with anyone listening to the show, and recommends that any listener of the show consult a local attorney for any legal advice they may require.

    This show is about us discussing hot topics and how they relate to the law.  The commonplace practice of billing rape victims in Louisiana for medical exams came to an end in June after state lawmakers signed off laws that change what the federal government has required for a decade.  Why did this take so long?  Why was the federal government allowing this in the first place?  Tune in to hear our hosts answer these and other questions on this issue.

  • 01:01

    Independent Black Farmers Meeting Coming to Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana

    in Politics

    Black farmers like Michael Stovall and Ferrell Oden has been in and out of court suing the USDA for years.Thousands of discrimination complaints had been filed aganist the USDA by Black Farmers in America. The Independent Black Farmers are asking the " Justice Department to investigate the USDA. Many black farmers were denied loans to purchase farms and farm equipment. 

    Please join Host Antoinetet Harrell and her special guest Michael Stovall and Ferrell Oden for a discussion on the on going litigation. 

  • 00:59

    Do farmers make better lovers?

    in Lifestyle

    Is the lifestyle of humans affected by where they live?  Do you believe farmers are at the bottom of the foodchain?  Would you love to be a farmer?  Or did you want to go up to be the farmers spouse?  Is there something sexy about the lifestyle of the farmer?






  • 00:42

    Broadcasting live from Winston County Farmers’ Market

    in Self Help

    The Winston County Farmers’ Market will open for business on Thursday June 18, 4-6pm at Louisville Coliseum, 201 Ivy Ave. Louisville, MS. The farmers market allows our community to have access to purchase a variety of locally grown fresh vegetable and fruits, value added products, crafts, arts, bake goods, and resources for healthy living according to Jean Harper. This is your opportunity to support local farmers and help create income for Winston County’s Tax Coffers by purchasing fruits and vegetables from your neighbors. We are on the threshold of creating an atmosphere where friends can cruise vendors and catch up on pass events and develop new lifelong friendships. Gather up your family, friends, church members, co-workers and others to journey over to Winston County Farmers’ Market on Thursday, June 18, 4-6pm and making a difference in Louisville, MS. In 2014 the market hosted a record number of vendors and customers reflecting a trend that highlights fresh local food being brought from the farm them to the table bringing an increase in community earning and community involvement. Winston County Farmers’ Market is sponsored by the Coalition for A Healthy Winston County and we need your support in making 2015 a successful year. For more information contact Jean Harper 662-312-8004 or Janice Hopkins 662-705-2019.

  • 01:23

    4th & Baker with Host Kiler Davenport: Interview with Nicole S. Brown

    in Books

    Nicole S. Brown is also the author of School Days, Holidays, and All Days That Lie Between, More School Days, Holidays, and All Days That Lie Between, God’s Calling You To Live A Life That’s True, Who Do You Love?, All About Slime, Trials Of A Northeast Louisiana Child, The School of Hard Knocks, and Life Support. She is a native of Monroe, LA. Nicole is the youngest of seven children, and was formally educated in Monroe, LA. Nicole is a Louisiana and Mississippi-certified, K-12 teacher who holds certifications in the following subject areas: Chemistry, Physics, General Science, and Music. She is also a member of Zeta Phi Beta, Sorority Inc. She holds a B.S., in Chemistry Education from the University of Louisiana-Monroe. Nicole worked as an elementary general music teacher for two years in Baton Rouge, LA, in her second year of working in Baton Rouge, she wrote and published seven books of poetry.


    in Spirituality


  • 01:58


    in Podcasting

    LEFT HIGH AND DRY: Calif. farmers struggle amid drought, regulations 

    Ivy League professor calls Carson a 'coon'

    Things you didn’t know about gummy bears 


  • 01:56

    Rainbow Radio

    in LGBT

    Tune in tonight for our 2nd Anniversary Special !!!! call 6467878636 to join in the convesartion or give your opinion on our topic!!!! Our Blonde boo yellah boi will also be thru to give you all the celebrity tea gossip and shade Dont miss out !!!!

  • 00:59

    The Star Chamber Show #58, featuring Courtney Vice

    in Art

    The Star Chamber Show takes a turn toward the art world when Courtney Vice stops by for a visit with co-hosts Alexander S. Brown and Selah Janel on Wednesday, October 7th at 9pm EST. An amazingly talented artist whose work appears on everything from books to people, Courtney is a rising talent in the art world that listeners will enjoy meeting and discovering! Get ready for a good Vice! :) 

    About Courtney Vice: Courtney Vice was born in Baton Rouge Louisiana. Although she has been creating for 12 years, four of those years were spent in art school. In 2009, she graduated from Antonelli College, where she mastered graphic design. She has been tattooing and piercing sense 2010. Although she enjoys Dot matrix she is talented in a diversity of styles. Prior to becoming a tattoo artist, she contributes freelance graphics and designs for several businesses.

  • 01:11

    Art Tanderup - Nebraska Farmer/Activist Update

    in Current Events

    Nebraska farmers and activists, often one and the same, are heading into the Fall with more determination than ever. They are working closely together to keep their land from being snatched up by the big oil & gas industry only to ship fossil fuels overseas where they will continue to have a devastating effect on the environment and climate.

    Talkupy welcomes Art Tanderup, Nebraska farmer and activist, back to the show at 9 pm ET on September 29, 2015. Art will give us an update on how the Pope's visit to the U.S. was received by Nebraska climate activists and what landowners are doing to prepare for their day in District Court to try and stop the KXL pipeline from crossing their properties. We'll also talk about a recent gathering of the Cowboy Indian Alliance to pick this year's sacred corn together at Art's farm.

    For more information on Art go to his Facebook page and Bold Nebraska's website. Please visit Talkupy.net, subscribe to Talkupy on Stitcher or iTunes and follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter.