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There's only one thing we love more than ourselves, and it's you! Just kidding, we all really hate you. So much that we called your mom and told her you stole our credit card. Her response? "I knew that little bastard had it in 'em!" Besides that, we will be touching briefly upon Ariel Castro's death, Syria talks, John McCain's poker addiction, and focus on some questions about Evolution. Join us for a live chat on our Facebook page during the show. Submit your questions as a reply to the show status and we'll read them on the air! Thanks for listening!
Today on the Brian The Hammer Show:
-A meeting of the NAACP Chapter and the KKK Organizer in Wyoming - Believed to be a first. Abarr (KKK) told The Associated Press that he met with Simmons (NAACP) Saturday and ended up filling out an NAACP membership form so he can get the group's newsletters and some insight into its views. He said he paid the $30 fee to join, plus a $20 donation.
-Brian will make a live call to the Grand Wizard of the KKK and to the NAACP to get to the bottom of this.
-Cleveland kidnapper Ariel Castro found dead, official says. Ariel Castro, the Cleveland man who was sentenced to life in prison plus 1,000 years in August after pleading guilty to imprisoning and raping three women for a decade was found dead in his jail cell.
-BUT WAIT: There is another victim in this story we will talk about...Brian will be making a call to the McDonald's Corp
Don't miss today's show LIVE at 10am pacific - 1pm eastern time - Call in with your opinions or questions 646-595-3032
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-Sassy Lady'z Boutique
1. Obamacare…….why does everyone want out? Who’s left? Just you and me, Bubba……..
2. Daniel Castro – How does a civilized society deal with Monsters? How can the punishment possibly fit the crime?
3. Meaningless Indictments from the idiotic.
Author Brian Castro reads from and talks about his latest novel Street to Street, his three protagonists, the transformative power of the imagination, the notion of failure, melancholy, the relationship between fiction and non-fiction, the fuzziness of genre, and lots more.
On May 6, 2012, the Cleveland man, Charles Ramsey, gained national recognition as the hero who played a major part in the rescue of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michele Knight, after being held captive for a decade at the seemingly normal home at 2207 Seymour Ave. in Cleveland – the home of now convicted felon, Ariel Castro.
On tonight’s show we will discuss this case from beginning to end…
Taking you to the moment Ramsey first heard the cries for help from Amanda Berry; to his national media interviews; his reward and status today; and through the time of Ariel Castro’s conviction of 1,000 years.
Join us for this captivating episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio on Wednesday, August 7, 2013
9pm PST/11pm CST/12Midnight EST
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Epiphany Castro was born and raised in Berkeley, California. She grew up in a rich environment which has traceable roots to New Orleans. Surrounded by family members who were knowledgeable of music fundamentals, she began singing and performing in church at age 5. She began dancing and acting in school at the age 7. During this time, she also began writing journals and has been writing ever since.Epiphany studied Theatre Arts at San Francisco State University. From 1985-1988, she performed with the band Shy Hand with Dwayne Higgins of Toni Tonee Tony. From 1988-1994 she performed with Riot Going On. She was also a session singer for various studios. She has appeared at venues in London, primarily as a songwriter. After returning to the United States, she embraced the stage once again, playing local gigs in the San Francisco/BayArea.In 2007, Epiphany surrendered to pen and paper and began writing poetry. Soon after, she released a book called Everything and Nothing.. Finding a different muse, she began taking spoken word more seriously. Encouraged by artists and friends, Epiphany began her BlogTalkRadio show Epiphany’s House on Sunday afternoons.On the second Friday of each month, Epiphany hosts Sessions Live West Coast-a spoken word event at Dorsey’s Locker. To date this venue has seen the likes of the incredible spoken word duo Tribal Raine and Max Parthas, the Chairman of the Board, and Lyrical Toye, just to name a few.Slowly honing her craft in open mic houses and internet radio, Epiphany, has created a huge and diverse following within the spoken word community. Her first solo project Soul Flower has become a favorite among avid fans of spoken word. On this project, she demonstrates her many influences like Billie Holiday, Lewis Taylor, and the legendary group; Earth, Wind and Fire. Her voice rings with truth and confidence, as the melodic lyrics entice the senses with a unique and eloquent passion.
This week, the COOL CRITICS talk about Ariel Castro's suicide (legit or was he murdered?) and President Obama gets the go-ahead from Congress to bomb Syria, lots of protests from people who don't want to see that happen... 347-205-9366 give us a call - S@6pE.... (Saturday at 6p eastern, 3p WEST COAST time) hang on to your hats, fasten your seat belts and get ready to ride! The Cool Critics on the JKN.
Plus a couple of tracks from VINTAGE TROUBLE during the show, some Joe Leavy, & Club Nouveau NEW - right here on the JKN
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Love works wonders. Love can motivate you, it can strengthen you, it can heal you, but love can also destroy as quickly as it builds. Next 2RAW4TV we explore the true power of love. What can true love do for you? What's Love Got To Do With It? Bay area poet, radio host, and super vegan, Epiphany Castro talks about her new project, HollyWeird, and why she stays in the moment. blogtalkradio.com/2RAW4TV 8/1/13 @ 11PM EST CALL 323-410-0036 TO COMMENT OR ? ATLANTA Prepare to be ROCKED as 2RAW4TV presents Amp Too Real @ Club Vinyl on 8/25 get tix here--> http://tickets.aftonshows.com/2RAW4TV
I am BACK! After a months sick leave I decided to come back with a BANGIN artist for you all...I give to you all fellow Bay Area Artist...Joyce Lee....Please join us as we sit down and chop it up and then do a bit of Q & A and then...OPEN MIC!!!!! Yep....So..brang it..and I will see u at the show..Love,E
Joyce Lee is a writer, poet, story teller and educator born and raised in California's Bay Area. She has performed for Lexus' Versus & Flow TV Show on TV One, Two Chairs Story Telling in Minnesota, is a regular story teller for NPR's Snap Judgment and Internationally throughout Europe and Canada as a poet. You can purchase her CD No Country for Honest Womyn at joycelee.bandcamp.com.