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  • 00:38

    with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    Boyd and Lucinda

  • 00:54

    Roosevelt Sargent with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    Roosevelt Sargent was born into a violent, drug infested, poverty-filled world that only got worse as he grew older. With his parents’ incarceration, his journey through homelessness, and the thug lifestyle that surrounded him daily, the smart money was on him not living to reach the age of eighteen. Add in teenage parenthood, and his brief future seemed predetermined.

    But then one day something happened that would change him forever.

    From then on he was a new man. Sargent became a published writer of nationally and internationally distributed music projects and he spent over fifteen years traveling and sharing his story to inspire hope in the lives of troubled youth across America. During this time he also founded a neighborhood youth center in Southern California where he selflessly served his local community and now, he is publishing his first book Victorious Underdog.

    From the dead man he should’ve been to the inspirational man he was meant to be, Roosevelt Sargent is the Victorious Underdog.Today Roosevelt resides in Fort Worth, Texas where he continues to serve and impact the lives of many he comes in contact with each day.


    https://youtu.be/qWhNwUPImVE

  • 00:36

    with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    COMING

  • 01:06

    Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    In 1984, on the advice of his attorney Robert Simone, Martorano pled guilty to 19 counts of drug possession and distribution.[2] Martorano was subsequently advised by both the prosecution and the judge, John Berne Hannum, that this plea could result in a sentence of life without the possibility of parole.[2] The prosecution, however, had only recommended a sentence of from 40 to 54 months. On September 20, 1984,[2] Martorano was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, the longest prison term ever imposed on a first-time non-violent offender in American history. One of the harshest sentences ever handed out George Martorano is the longest-serving first-time non-violent offender in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole 


     

  • 02:03

    This Week's Guest is Transformational Psychotherapist Penny Cohen

    in Health

    Our special guest this coming Wednesday is Trasformational Psychotherapist Penny Cohen.  Penny is a leading edge groundbreaking transformational psychotherapist, life coach and author who has been counseling individuals, lecturing, and conducting workshops internationally at professional conferences, universities, and organizations on personal, career, spiritual development and Kabbalah for the past fifteen years.  Join us as we discuss Transitional Manifestation.  How do we go about manifesting what we want in our lives?


    During the first half hour, Tony will go over addditions to our website and will talk about the health topic of his choice.


    During the second half hour, Luella will continue her series on Dreams.  Why do we dream?


     

  • 00:33

    Former NFL Player Minnesota Viking Brent Boyd

    in Sports

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Former NFL Player Minnesota Viking Brent Boyd.


    Brent Boyd is a former American football offensive guard and an advocate for retired football players.

  • 01:11

    Monique Taylor with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    Monique Newell Taylor was born and raised on the East Side of Kansas City, Missouri. She had a traumatic childhood that included violence, sexual abuse, alcoholism, and an eating disorder that started at age five and lasted until she turned 40. She was 21 years old when she started out on a journey of drug addiction that would last over two decades and take her down roads and to places that no one could have ever imagined she would go.


    Over 65 arrests with four of them being felonies to include; prostitution, auto theft, commercial burglary, habitual shoplifter, transporting 90 pounds of Marijuana crossing the Tijuana border, unlawful felony possession of cocaine arrest in the notorious Mc Arthur park by dirty Cops from the Rampart Division Scandal in the 90’s,forgery and last but not least participating in a bank robbery. Her addiction took her across the United States on a drug hungered crime spree that lasted for over two decades. Her story shows how violence and addiction ravaged her family for three generations with sibling and children who were involved in murder, by self defense. It seemed like she was as addicted to Bad Boys and unhealthy relationships as bad as she was the drugs. Choosing men who drug her down time and time again.


    Today she has turned her life over to God and has not used crack for seven years. God healed her relationships with her children and family, she is newlywed to a Pastor who was widowed with 3 small children. She wishes to share her story of God’s Grace as she was a woman who hated herself, abandoned her children, was in and out of prison, whose parents never gave up on her.  And now that she finally has a happy ending, she would like to share, inspire and give hope to others.

  • 01:05

    George Martorano with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    George Martorano is the longest-serving first-time non-violent offender in the Federal Bureau of Prisons. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole in 1988.


    In 1984, on the advice of his attorney Robert Simone, Martorano pled guilty to 19 counts of drug possession and distribution. Martorano was subsequently advised by both the prosecution and the judge, John Berne Hannum, that this plea could result in a sentence of life without the possibility of parole. The prosecution, however, had only recommended a sentence of from 40 to 54 months. On September 20, 1984, Martorano was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, the longest prison term ever imposed on a first-time non-violent offender in American history. One of the harshest sentences ever handed out.


    George Martorano is a writer and speaker. After serving 32 years of his life sentence for a non-violent crime he has been released in Oct 2015.  His aim, as a free man, is to pass to others what he has learned through his unique experience, and to help. We are proud to say that George used The Streets Don't Love You Back Book to teach from in Prison since 2010.


    Martorano has distinguished himself during his decades. In addition to being a "model" prisoner, Martorano is considered one of the most prolific writers in the Federal Prison System, having authored more than 31 books. He has also written numerous short stories, screenplays and poems. He recently published a self-help booklet for inmates entitled the "ShotCaller. He has developed a creative writing course - "The Write to Life" - which has assisted numerous inmate in earning GEDs and developing creative writing skills. was one of the first – if not the first – inmate in the FBOP system to exercise his First Amendment rights digitally, by publishing his works.

  • 01:52

    Meet Psalmist Sheree Boyd/ Listen to the Levels of the Mind-Radio Host Love

    in Spirituality

    Sheree Boyd psalmist, songwriter,singer, and choral conductor, has been singing for the Lord since the age of four. She developed her love for music as a child, listening to her siblings practice for their music lessons in her native home Chicago, Illinois. As a child, Sheree sang in her church choir and with various chorale groups including Chicago's All God's Children, where she was a featured soloist at Chicago's Symphony Center. In this chorale aggregation, she toured the United States and Europe.


    This singer and songwriter received a degree in Music Education from Hampton University and pursued graduate studies in Choral Conducting at Northwestern University. Afterwards, she taught, motivated, and trained students in the performing arts, as well as designed an effective music appreciation curriculum in the Chicago Public School System for ten years. However her love and passion for the Lord mandated that she pursue and develope for full time music ministry.


    Sheree's exposure to several musical styles has given this vocalist the ability to fuse multiple genres of classical, choral, jazz, and gospel music in her songwriting and singing. This Psalmist has sung with various church and community ministries over the years. This includes serving in the Salem Baptist Church of Chicago, Faith Christian Center in Phoenix, 

  • 01:34

    DRAKO SPORTS IMPACT HOUR with guests Boyd Sharpe, Lee Mein and Zach Lari

    in MMA

    This week on the Drako Sports Impact Hour we start with Extreme Cage Combat matchmaker Boyd Sharpe to talk ECC 24 going down March 11. Fresh off another win at Hard Knocks 48 Lee Mein. We wrap the show up with KOTC "Explosive" fight Zach Lari to talk about his upcoming fight in late Febuary. Tune in Wednesday night at 9:00pm(Eastern/6:00pm(pacific) and DOMINATE YOUR WORLD

  • 00:59

    Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    COMING