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  • 01:00

    Jonelle Allen - Exclusive Interview - Thurs, June 18, 2015 - 5:00 pm PST

    in Music

    Jonelle Allen is an American actress, singer, and dancer.


    Born in New York City, Allen grew up in Harlem's Sugar Hill in a neighborhood that included Duke Ellington, Sonny Rollins, and Johnny Hodges, and NAACP founder Walter White. She made her Broadway debut at the age of six in The Wisteria Trees, Joshua Logan's Americanized adaptation of The Cherry Orchard starring Helen Hayes. As a child, she also made regular appearances on a local children's television series, The Merry Mailman, hosted by Ray Heatherton.


    Allen returned to Broadway for a revival of Finian's Rainbow. She was in the cast of the original off-Broadway production of Hair at Joseph Papp's Public Theater and also appeared in George M! before receiving critical acclaim and a Tony Award nomination for Two Gentlemen of Verona, which earned her New York Drama Critics' Circle, Drama Desk, Theatre World, and Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance. Despite her success, it proved to be her last Broadway appearance to date.


    Allen's film credits include Cotton Comes to Harlem, The Hotel New Hampshire, and The River Niger, for which she won an NAACP Image Award. Other television appearances include Barney Miller, The Love Boat, All in the Family, Trapper John, M.D., Hill Street Blues, Cagney and Lacey, ER, and Girlfriends. She played a lesbian prison inmate in the 1975 television movie Cage Without a Key, which starred Susan Dey.


    Her most notable roles are Grace, the entrepreneurial cafe owner in the old west, that she played for seven years on Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, as well as the flamboyant and outspoken Doreen Jackson on the NBC soap opera, Generations and Lucinda Cavender, the vampire witch in the horror comedy film The Midnight Hour. Before her role of Doreen on Generations, Jonelle played ambitious salesgirl turned boutique manager Stacey Russell, on the short-lived primetime soap, Berrenger's.

  • 01:01

    A PILL FOR ABORTION LANDS WOMAN IN JAIL FOR MURDER

    in Current Events

    A PILL FOR ABORTION LANDS WOMAN IN JAIL FOR MURDER


     


    A Georgia woman took pills to end her pregnancy and the prosecutor charged her with murder. Huh? The 23-year old bought the pills on line that caused her to go into labor. She delivered the non-viable fetus on the way to a hospital.


    So what are these pills? Can anyone get them? What is the medical abortion as opposed to a surgical one? Is it legal? Can women really be jailed for taking them? Is this common in the rest of the world?


    Join us Saturday as Dr. Beverly Winikoff of Gynuity Health Projects joins us to talk about medical abortion and the status of medical abortion around the world.  Beverly was Director for Reproductive Health at the Population Council for 25 years and worked on preventing STDs, improving postpartum care, and Safe Motherhood. She is a professor of Clinical Population and Family Health at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.


    We’ll also have Monica Simpson, Executive Director of SisterSong, a Georgia organization that works for reproductive justice among indigenous women and women of color. She has been featured in several publications as an activist and an artist and works in philanthropy and fundraising as well.


    Join us Saturday as we talk about the Georgia case, and others like it; what can happen to women who take matters into their own hands when it comes to reproduction; what is a medically induced abortion; drugs used to terminate pregnancy; and what’s going on in the world when it comes to reproduction.


    Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.


    And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways


     

  • MailMan Studio Tlk

    in Entertainment

    Interviews N Studio Tlk With New Atlanta Talent - 


    From D Ground Up 


    - be the first to help break diz records 

  • 01:10

    Sports Our Way: Adderall in professional sports, and Roger Goodell resume

    in Sports

    Once again the fellas get together for a great Thursday night discussion.  Sports, Humor, Sports, Humor, Sports.....that is what these guys are always thinking (unless a lady in yoga pants walks by)/


    Tonight we discuss:  1)  If you owned a company, would you hire Roger Goodell to run it?  2)  Kobe vs Mailman......i guess Karl wants to "fight" Kobe.  3)  Adderall in the NFL, should it even be banned pr should it be allowed?  4)  well thats all for specifics, but of course we will have DMAF to start us off and Weird News to wrap us up.


     


    HOSTS: @FNChaos   @governor_banes   @SOWHollywood   @kendalescott

  • 01:04

    A Kind Voice on Music: recap 6

    in Music

         This Musical showcase spotlights Music.!  Oddly fitting but somehow a rare delight on our program.  We are honoring this who have shared their music and kind voices with us all through playing the music that they chose to share with our listeners.  We will play their music and reminisce about the time they shared with the show.  We will highlight the stylings of Joshua Rich, Bill Phillippe, and Justina Shandler.  Enjoy the show and please use your kind voice to make a difference..  Hosted by Tyler Wolf.

  • 01:29

    Return to Sender

    in Christianity

    On today's show, on Just Keeping it 100, we will here from Pastor Monica Perry. She will be discussing the topic of the day, Return to Sender. What are we returning? Who sent it? Did we even order it? I'm sure lots of us have received things we didn't request and just want to send it back. Are you confused at this point? Well tune in to learn more and what you can do about filtering out the mess satan has sent you. You don't want to miss out on this teaching.

  • 01:59

    That I may publish with the voice of thanksgiving...

    in Christianity

    The world may be falling apart all around us, but let's resolve to publish our lives with the voice of thanksgiving.


    Is your voice being heard? Are you spreading the news? The Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ?


    Are you?


    Do the people in your life even know that you believe in Jesus? If so. how many of them? Just a few? Maybe just the people you go to church with?


    Everyone that you ever have the occasion to utter one syllable to should know about your faith in Jesus and your relationship with Him.


    You may be feeling a bit squeamish or even embarrassed at the thought of sharing your faith with your boss, the mailman, the cashier, the policeman...whoever. You may even say that it is inappropriate to share the Gospel while at work, gym, grocery store, etc. etc. etc.


    They are merely excuses for you and every other Christian to stay silent while the world perishes.


    Shame on all of us. There are people dying without Jesus by the hundreds of thousands by the day.


    We are without excuse. Myself at the top of the list.


    TUNE IN & TURN ON to tomorrow's 'Morning Routine' and we will read 5 Psalms and 1 Proverb and discuss how we can suck less as Christians.


    God bless you.


     


     

  • 00:27

    Sunday Morning Referee: Episode 2

    in Sports

    Every Sunday morning at 11:30am EST (8:30am PST) LT the Commish will join GSCeltic live for a podcast about our league, the Fantasy Football Freaks. Getting your team ready for the weekend in fantasy football. We'll also discuss Roger's League (the NFL), review last week's picks, make this week's picks and talk all things sports from Michigan's West Coast to the Golden Coast and even back East. 


    Friends since N'diaye introduced us back in '93, GSCeltic and LT have been discussing sports and chasing a higher level wherever and whatever the game. Broken noses, sprained wrists, turned ankles and the Mailman's ruptured patella haven't stopped our love of the game. We're on the sidelines holding yard markers, at practice running wind sprints, throwing penalty flags and sitting in the studio talking about football. JW handles the studio (sleeps on the floor) with absolutely no clue. 


    Sponsored by Little River Woodworks in Newaygo, MI.

  • 01:32

    Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin: DryWater Productions | YWCA | Homeless

    in Current Events

    On this episode of Discover Janesville with Yuri Rashkin:


    Stephen and Cameron Pickering of DryWater Productions talk about running a film production company in Janesville, and their latest production "The Bus Ride" made for Project Greenlight.  


    Attorney Crystal Reinoso stopped in to talk about the upcoming Walk a Mile In Her Shoes event/fundraiser for YWCA and why it is important to bring awareness to domestic violence.


    Janesville mailman Tom Hathaway stopped in to talk about the big fundraiser he is putting together, looking to raise funds to benefit the homeless people of Janesville, and local organizations that provide needed services for the homeless.


    That, music by Gallant Ghosts, and Yuri's take on the primary election, on Discover Janesville!


    This episode is sponsored by My Office-JVL, a small business incubator, copy center, and home of Janesville Community Radio, and also by Ronald Ragotzy, MD's book "Raising Abel, the Life of Faith".  Learn more by going to www.RaisingAbelTheBook.com and find Ronald Ragotzy on Facebook @ Raising Abel by Ronald Ragotzy, MD.  


    Be in the know.  Discover Janesville!  

  • 00:47

    FOOD VS. DIAPERS!

    in Self Help

    Have you ever personally faced the dilemma of choosing between buying diapers for your infant and putting food on the table?  Have you ever had to leave your baby in the same diaper for an entire day because you couldn’t afford to purchase diapers? This is reality for many North Carolina families as well as 49,000,000 family around the United States


    Diapering an infant requires between 8 and 12 diapers a day, on average.  And we all know that diapers are expensive (about $100 per month per child)!  Programs such as WIC and food stamps do not cover their purchase. If you know of anyone who have this problem please have them tone in on friday July 25th at 11:00Am EST. As I discuss with


    Dr.Curtis Skinner, 


    Director, Family Economic Security


    National Center for Children in Poverty


    Mailman School of Public Health

  • 00:55

    Ep 8 Single Characteristics in Relationships | VIP Makal Cross

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to todya's show! Ok so our VIP is Mr. Makal Cross of Simply Awesome Clothing co out of St. Louis, Mo. Since I enjoy talking about relationships (at least I'm in one to talk about it right? lol) and the TOTD is Single Characteristics in Relationships! #BOOM Also on the line up we have good music of course, talk to our VIP Guest, Pennsylvania opens the gates to gay marriages, Dr. Oz's explanation of the Triangle of Death, Mailman kills a couple's dog, events and more! Make sure you check me out at www.DeannaDias.com! 

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