• 01:01

    Deepertruth Tuesday Our Lady of Quadalupe and the St. Lucy Story (8:00 Central)

    in Religion

    Tuesdays are basically open nights for interviews, topics of interest, and featured articles from the Deepertruthblog.  Each week this will be an opportunity for Deepertruth to promote upcoming events such as Ross and Margie of Roaming Romans.  They will have the mike from time to time as they prepare for their Jerusalem and Rome trips.  


    It was the fall of 1978 that I began to rediscover perhaps for the first time the importance of my Catholic Faith. The story of St. Lucyintrigued me greatly because of her courage.


    St. Lucy lived in the early 4th century during a massive persecution of the Catholic Church. She was a very beautiful young woman whom I wondered how she would have lived in our time.


    As a young beautiful woman, many men wanted to take her hand in marriage and her Mother wanted to arrange a wedding for St. Lucy. That never materialized because of St. Lucy’s love and commitment to Jesus Christ. She wanted to be one of Our Lady’s maids who are presented before the King (Psalms 45:15).


    St. Lucy dedicated her life solely to the Lord. She would pray at the tomb of St. Agatha and through her intercession, her Mother was cured of a long illness miraculously.


    This led to her Mother’s conversion to Christ, but that did not stop the suitors seeking St. Lucy’s hand in marriage.

  • 01:17

    February 21, 2013, guests Lucy Johnstone and Anthony Rayson

    in Politics Progressive

    Chuck Gregory and Mike Palecek welcome Lucy Johnstone and Anthony Rayston to the show.
    Lucy Johnstone is a clinical psychiatrist and activist practicing in England. She makes a case against the medical model of psychiatry and DSM 5. Anthony Rayson is a Chicago activist and a regular columnist on our show. Don't miss The News from Mount Liberty!

  • 00:54

    Interview with singer/songwriter Lucy Kalantari

    in Music

    Lucy Kalantari is a NARAS (Grammy) member who has just released her debut children's album "Pockets Full of Joy." It is a brilliant album that takes the childrens genre and turns it on its head. Lucy brilliantly infuses 1920's jazz into her children's album and takes the listener on an incredible journey. Be sure to tune in for this interview. 

  • 01:09

    Lucy Taylor - Horror and Dark Fantasy Author

    in Books

    Lucy Taylor joins us to chat about her latest book "Fatal Journeys" and "A Respite for the Dead". She was born in Rich­mond, VA, and never really got the South out of her sys­tem, as evi­denced by the fla­vor of South­ern Gothic in many of her works. She’s pub­lished seven nov­els, includ­ing NAILED, SAV­ING SOULS, and LEFT TO DIE (under the pseu­do­nym Tay­lor Kin­caid), and over 100 short stories.


    FATAL JOUR­NEYS is a col­lec­tion of sto­ries about trav­el­ers who ven­ture into regions both macabre and seduc­tive, on the planet and within the psy­che. Fea­tur­ing eleven sto­ries, includ­ing the pre­vi­ously unpub­lished “Sum­mer­land”, “The High and Mighty and Me”, “Soul Eaters”, the novella “How Real Men Die” and an intro­duc­tion by acclaimed hor­ror author Jack Ketchum, who writes: “…there are places you really shouldn’t go. Places that are dan­ger­ous to the heart, mind, and body. And these are the jour­neys she’s tak­ing you on here. Some very far away geo­graph­i­cally. Some much closer to home.… To Ice­land where a wan­der­ing spirit exacts sor­row­ful, end­less vengeance. To the back roads of Mis­sis­sippi on the Fourth of July in search of a child-killer…To Thai­land to kill your best friend.… So many dan­ger­ous places to go.” Visit her website at: www.lucytaylor.us

  • 01:00

    Lucy Review

    in Movies

    AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire Shane Leonard review Scarlett Johansson's latest, Lucy.


    It's stirring up a lot of talk about using 10% of our brains, but isn't doing that well with critics. We'll let you know if this one is worth time, answer listener questions, and give you a preview of what's coming to theaters.

  • 00:28

    Black Geeks Review: Lucy

    in Movies

    This week your favorite lady geeks review "Lucy" starring Scarlett Johanneson and directed by Luc Besson. Tune in to find out if Mr. Besson has given us another timeless, kick-ass femal heroine or if he should have let this one stay on the shelf. Below is the synopsis from IMDb


    "A woman, accidentally caught in a dark deal, turns the tables on her captors and transforms into a merciless warrior evolved beyond human logic."


     

  • 02:00

    Mystic Moon Cafe Hosts Lucy Hammond of the LucyHammondBand & NW Roots Uprising

    in Spirituality

    This afternoon Mystic Moon host Lucy Hammond, of the LucyHammondBand, NW Roots Uprising, & many other productions..


    http://www.thelucyhammondband.com/


    Lucy Hammond


    Portland,Oregon based singer/songwriter Lucy Hammond,is a force to be reckoned with! 

    Possessing a powerfully versatile vocal & writing style, with stage presence to match, Lucy burst back onto the Portland music scene in early 2011 with the release of her all original, self produced studio album,"Proof".The 1st Portland blues artist accepted for a Kickstarter.com crowd funding campaign, Lucy used it to successfully fund the physical production of "Proof". Having distributed several pre-release singles by the time the album dropped, airplay & radio interviews were in full swing. "Proof" hit #1 on the Roots Music Charts,November of that year,& has remained on playlists world wide since.


     Lucy's vocal abilities run the spectrum from soft & seductive, to a raucous growl, pulling her audience along with her, as she shares the emotion she feels with each song. In the traditions of Etta James, Bonnie Raitt, etc..


    Lucy has shared the bill/stage with great artists such as,Kenny Neal, Bobby Rush, Candye Kane, Curtis Salgado, Duffy Bishop & many more..


    "Never let anyone else decide what you're capable of or let anyone's opinion but yours decide your path! Go for it! Nobody can stop you,but you!" - Lucy Hammond


    About NW Roots Uprising:  NW Roots Uprising is a cross genre pollination,collaboration,compilation,performance/ recording project,founded/produced by Lucy Hammond/Kevin Nettleingham
    https://www.facebook.com/NWRootsUprising

  • 01:24

    Matters of the Heart

    in Spirituality

    Join our special guest Elder Lucy Heath, author of Pastor Q and Donna, A Christmas Surprise.  The Queen of the week is Minister Keynia Hardley.  Join us as we discuss what matters to the hearts of God's daughters.

  • 01:19

    What DOES the lonely do at Christmas (Repeat)

    in Spirituality

    Not everyone is rejoicing in this great Christmas season.  Many are truly dreading December 25th.  Apostle LaShawna Holland-Simpson will be sharing some coping techniques.  Our Queen of the week is Jeanne Marie Thompson.    Book Chat, Pastor Q and Donna, A Christmas Surprise by Lucy Heath

  • 01:47

    All Independent Music Playlist - Powered by Fiverr.com/DTongSports

    in Music

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  • 02:44

    APR Night at the Movies & Children's Adventure Hour

    in Education

    Wednesday, December 17: 


    American Patriot Radio is proud to present our next installment of Wednesday Night at the Movies.


    This week's feature will be the 1947 holiday classic we all grew up watching;  Miracle on 34th Street with an entire cast of some of the greatest actors in the early days of their illustrious careers. Actors including Maureen O’Hara, Edmund Gwenn, William Frawley (from "I Love Lucy" fame) and an unknown child actress, Natalie Wood, in her iconic role as the sweet Susan Walker.


    And as always our presentation will be audio narrated and specially adapted for radio broadcast.

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