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What’s the relationship between classroom and community learning? How can learning the licks of the jazz masters encourage creativity? On Friday, November 21, 2014, we’ll trade fours with Saxophonist & Educator Ronald Carter. Join our discussion about improvisation, jazz history, and learning through jazz and “Get in on the Rhythm.”
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This Book is Based on a True Story, this is only the preview giving you a taste of the book, it only has two chapters and a half pages leaving a cliffhanger of the book. - The full book will be out on book shelf's in 2015. The book is based on a person named Jr, he loved to help people, but deep down he went through so many things growing up that it damaged him in ways no one would ever understand. Jr had been hurt by the people that he loved so bad that now as an adult he does not trust people and he goes looking for love in all the wrong people. Jr always finds himself alone, and at the end of the day all he has is himself and his kids. This Book has Explicit Contents and a hip hop street vibe. The full book will talk about how he went from being in Hip Hop to becoming a community leader. I wrote my book Impulse, Urges and Fantasy's which is based on a true story to help many people who are afraid and/or scared to speak about their inner secrets which haunt them every day of their life. I’m talking about victims of innocence, when I was younger in my early young teens; I wanted to be down with the in-crowd, but at what price being with this in-crowd cost me. I spoke about this in the book, I was a victim of innocence, a victim of child endangerment at the hands of someone with power to which I was afraid to come forward or to speak about it, this has cost me to lose what I want most a relationship.
Welcome to Get Real LoL's Newest Show, Reality Insider where we will look Inside of Reality Television by interviewing the people who have been on the shows we love to watch. Join us weekly as we welcome stars from Survivor, The Amazing Race, The Real World, Mob Wives & many other Reality Shows. So pull up a chair, turn up the volume, kick your feet up & relax as we dive into the one & only Reality Insider!
Thomas Eric Duncan’s family grieved Wednesday while health officials expanded their efforts to prevent new Ebola cases. And North Texas and the nation grew increasingly anxious about any hint of the illness.At 7:51 a.m., Duncan became the first person to die of Ebola on American soil, after he spent 10 days in isolation at Texas Health Presbyterian of Dallas. A Dallas County sheriff’s deputy who had been briefly inside the Vickery Meadow apartment where Duncan stayed before he was hospitalized. The deputy had come down with a stomachache.
“For the last six years, our economy has gone under assault by the policies of President Obama,” “We clearly need a change in the United States Senate.”Shelley Moore Capito "Every time you hear the congresswoman say something about Harry Reid or Barack Obama, ask yourself, what’s she hiding? She’s hiding the votes that she has taken that hurt you.” Natalie Tennant
Our guest tonight here on the "Know Thyself" Radio Show, Mr. Vincent Duncan is running against Sheila Jackson Lee as an Independent for the 18th Congressional District of the State of Texas. In 1979, This district was created March 4, 1919. Barbara Jordan was the first African American and African American woman to hold that seat. She held it from 1973 to 1979. Congressman Mickey Leland who was killed in a plane crash in Africa, became the first African American man to hold that seat from 1979 until his death in 1989.
Craig Washington held that same seat from 1989 to 1995. The incumbent Sheila Jackson Lee took office in 1995 and she is presently the Congresswoman over the 18th district holding steady for almost 20 years. Vince Duncan says that it's time for change in the 18th Congressional District for the State of Texas. Join us tonight for this groundbreaking Interview!
The second hour of the show is our "Zodiac Hour." Join us as Dr. Khailfani Rivers consult the stars on your behalf! Don't miss this as we bring this opportunity to you every first Sunday of each month!
Learn more about future Congressman Vince Duncan by going to http://votevinceduncan2014.com
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Monday Peter Richardson will interview two former Texas Tech Red Raider football players! Rajon Henly is also a former Atlanta Falcons defensive lineman! Please tune in at 11am to get inspired, entertained, encouraged! No matter what you've done or been through, lifes about making your dreams come true! #Soar
Please join us as we begin our series this month celebrating Women in Ministry. We will be conduciting an intimate interview with Evangelist Jan Duncan, Founder of Wailing Women and Men of Zion. Evangelist Jan will be discussing her ministry of Wailing Women and Walking in Excellence. We will also discuss what it means to be a Woman of Excellence. You don't want to miss this candid and eye opening interview.
In 1986 Randy Lanier won a sports car championship and shattered an Andretti record to become the Indy 500 rookie of the year. What most people didn't know is he paid for his racing dreams by smuggling massive quantities of marijuana.
At the height of the Reagan-era War on Drugs, federal prosecutors charged Lanier and his associates with shipping more than 600,000 pounds of marijuana into the U.S. from Colombia. For eight months, he hid as a fugitive in Antigua, but was eventually caught, arrested, prosecuted and a few days before Christmas 1988 was sentenced to life in prison without possibility of parole.
Under mysterious circumstances that remain sealed by a court order, he was released on Oct. 15, 2014 and is living in a halfway house in Florida. As our first guest, Randy reveals what he is allowed to about his case, speaks out on the necessity of freeing the multitude of people serving life sentences in prison for marijuana prohibition offenses and takes a look at a world that has changed considerably in three decades,
Local initiatives in California communities to allow for patient cultivation and to reverse bans and enact ordinances to allow medical marijuana collectives did not fare well in the November 2014 elections. On the other hand, initiatives to impose taxes on medical marijuana sales did very well. Our 2nd guest is Don Duncan, one of the founders of Americans for Safe Access and currently serving on their Board of Directors, has been up to his neck in alligators on this issue for over a decade.
As the chief lobbyist for ASA, Don has come to learn the intricacies of local and state government and will discuss why the mmj collective and patient cultivation initiatives failed, why taxing marijuana was so popular and what options are available to address the continuing problem of patient access to mmj on the state and local level.
Wednesday at 11 am Pete Richardson will interview former Texas Tech Red Raider Middle Linebacker Brian Duncan. Brian Ducan is currently a tv anchor for Lubbock, Tx KMAC'S news. Please tune in for a great show!
Cloverleaf Radio's hosts, The Host with the Most Jimmy Falcon and Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling's Gremlina welcome Author and Producer, Grandson of W.C. Fields, Ronald J. Fields! JOIN US!
Tune in tonight. Don Allen is on assignment.