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Northeast Mississippi Alcorn State University Alumni Chapter will celebrate their Black History and Scholarship Banquet on Saturday February 21, 2015 at the Summit Center 852 Gloster Street in Tupelo, MS. You can listen to a live broadcast starting at 7:00 pm by calling 323-580-5735. Dr. Alfred Rankins Jr. Alcorn State University 19th President will deliver words of encouragement to help hoist our university into the next stratosphere. Please share this information with friends and others who cannot attend to join the grand celebration via a live broadcast at 7:00pm.
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Today on "Frosted Pop" host David Jeffrey Frost looks at the drone landing on the White House lawn, the big snowstorm, Sam Smith and Tom Petty and Kobe Bryant. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Isagenix Indenpendent Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
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"Frosted Pop" hosted by David Jeffrey Frost takes a look at the latest trends and news about the Celebrity Apprentice, The dud Stormstorm of the Century, A-Rod, Vanderbilt Football and Apple. "Frosted Pop" is brought to you by your friendly Independent Isagenix Associate at www.Purpose.Isagenix.com.
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Walter Wise CEO of the Northeast Business Resource Center. Walter discusses the services the center provides for Veterans. This is a great segment for any Veteran currently runnin a business or thinking about starting one.
For the upper Northeast coast, this has been a MAJOR RECORD-SETTING SEASON to be remembered in the Weather History Books! SEVERAL ALL TIME WINTER-RECORDS WERE BROKEN during the month of February 2015 and thats what we start out with on tonites show! After that we move onto OTHER ENDTIME TOPICS as GLOBAL WARMING; ROAD WRECKS; ROAD RAGE; FLASH FLOODS; 120 YEAR OLD LIFESPANS; BRAZILIAN DROUGHT; TYPHOON WHIRLWINDS; MIDDLE EAST SANDSTORMS; VOLCANOES; and more on this awakening episode of UNDERSTANDING THESE FINAL ENDTIMES THAT WE ARE NOW LIVING IN with Steve "Si" ~ The Bible Guy! Your Prophetic Mouth of the Appalachian South!.. STAY TUNED! STAY INFORMED! GET IN THE KNOW! AND ENJOY THE SHOW!...
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THE FINAL QAR LIVE SHOW
3 HOURS OF HARD HITTING TRUTH THAT WILL BURN HOT!!!!
“Walk toward the fire. Don’t worry about what they call you. All those things are said against you because they want to stop you in your tracks. But if you keep going, you’re sending a message to people who are rooting for you, who are agreeing with you. The message is that they can do it, too.”
? Andrew Breitbart
“While adulation has its moments and can be like a bath in warm water after coming in from a snowstorm, the psychic high from standing up for what you believe in and being attacked for it far surpassed the comfort to be derived from that bath of praise.”
? Andrew Breitbart,
Winter is about ready to give way to Spring 2015, and all in the Northeast U.S. in particular are more than ready to bid it good-bye! Cathleen Kelly will be making her first visit to Voices this year after several appearances in 2014 for the seasonal holy-days of the Wheel of the Year, Summer Solstice, the Autumn Equinox, and Samhain (Halloween). Not only will we be offering a ritual to mark Spring's arrival, but we will be discussing the other big events of this remarkable week: the Solar Eclipse and the New Moon both coincidiing with the Vernal Equinox. it is going to be a lively hour and more whether you tune in live on Wednesday at 7 pm Eastern / 4 Pacific, or choose to listen to the podcast at a later time. Cathleen and I wish everyone a marvelous Equinox and Happy Spring!
Uranus/Pluto Square: http://goldenageofgaia.com/2015/03/18/dl-zeta-paradigm-shift-now-uranus-pluto-square-asks-us-to-evolve-on-our-feet/
Cathleen's video for Ostara: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKrLUKDn0DE
Lisa Thiel's "Spring Song - Ostara" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0K1hNDHVs_c
Cathleen's website: http://www.rnholistic.com/
Good source for further info on Equinox and Ostara: http://www.witchology.com/contents/march/ostara.php
Tonight on the CommDiginews Hour Travel the World we continue our tour of Central America with a tour of Belize. Geographically situated South of Mexico with Guatemala to the West and South, Belize is the only country in Central America whose official language is English.
The Mayan civilization dates to about 1500 BC and thrived until about 900 AD before it suddenly disappered; Modern day Belize is formerly known as British Honduras, gaining its independence in 1981. The influence of the British on the schools and the world feel of this tiny county combined with the depth of the Mayan culture creates a diverse community wiht many cultures, including a strong Amish influence.
Today the Mayan way of life is still strong as Mayan's work to keep their historical places and culture survive. Descendants of the Maya still have a rich presence and thrive primarily as farmers in the region, while many of the youth are found in tourism as docents at historical sites, the many pyramids that still exist, the largest being Lamanai in the Northeast of the country.
Join us as we Travel the World, tonight to Central America and Belize.
Author Bio: John E. Guzzardo
John E. Guzzardo has been writing, in one form or another, for over 20 years. His writing career began in high school, continuing to college as Editor of his campus newspaper from 1994 through 1996, and again in 2011. John has been featured on Examiner.com, Yahoo and published a webcomic, Love & Marriage, from 2005 through 2007. His first full-length novel, A 38 Day Education, was contracted for publication with Solstice Publishing in February one day following the second major snowstorm to strike Atlanta. His second published work, Paper Losses, is currently available from Solstice Publishing.
History, politics and art are some of John's favorite subjects, and he is an avid highway and cat enthusiast, as well as a fan of baseball's Tampa Bay Rays. Personal causes include the fight against Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP), diabetes awareness and constitutional law. Among the writers John counts as his inspiration for pursuing his dream of being a published author are Peter David, Dave Barry and George R.R. Martin. He currently resides in the Atlanta area with his wife, son, and, yes, cats.
The 12th episode of MCS Live and our eighth Faceoff pregame show brought to you by Beast from the Northeast!
Co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona will touch on UMass Lowell River Hawks hockey and preview Saturday night's Hockey East quarterfinals matchup between the River Hawks and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts.
The River Hawks have been off for a week after earning a first-round bye for finishing the regular season in fouth place. It was a different story for the Fighting Irish who played a three-game series against the UMass Minutemen last weekend, including the longest every NCAA hockey game on Friday night.
Additionally, Justin and Greg will discuss (with help from Mike McMahon of College Hockey News) UMass Lowell's PairWise ranking and if the River Hawks will return to the NCAA Tournament for a fourth-straight year.
MCS Live Faceoff will air from 5:00-6:00pm live from the Tsongas Center lobby. Justin and Greg will take questions and comments via Twitter and Facebook.
Our next broadcast of MCS Live: Faceoff will be prior to the Hockey East Finals on Saturday, March 21. If the River Hawks make a return trip to the Hockey East Finals, MCS Live will talk River Hawk hockey. If not, we will preview the teams fighting for a title.