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  • 00:28

    Open Book: "The Crucifixion Poem" by Steve Turner

    in Spirituality

    Rock journalist Steve Turner turns a serious eye on Holy Week with a poem that's sure to challenge your perception of the crucifixion. How are we complicit in Jesus' death? What significance does this death have for us today? And how are we to cope when we feel abandoned by our loving God? Join Lori and Alice as they discuss all this and more! There's no better way to embrace Holy Week!

  • 00:22

    Veterans With Epilepsy - POEM Study

    in Health

    In this episode of Epilepsy.com's Hallway Conversations, Dr. Joseph Sirven, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic Arizona and Editor-in-Chief of Epilepsy.com, interviews John Hixson, MD about the Policy for Optimal Epilepsy Management (POEM) study.


    The overall goal of the study is to improve the self-management practices of U.S. Veterans with epilepsy such as tracking seizures, managing medications and side effects, and engaging with other people with similar concerns about their condition. The results of the study were presented at the 66th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Neurology.

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  • 00:05

    Expressing feelings through a Poem

    in Podcasting

    Your host Maurice Moore takes it to the next leval with his own written words.

  • 00:57

    Poem Central: An Interview with Shirley McPhillips

    in Education

    Join us for an interview with Shirley McPhillips, author of Poem Central: Word Journeys with Readers and Writers. Shirley will discuss her life in and with poetry, and her work with youth as readers and makers of poems.


    *We are re-airing this show in honor of National Poetry Month. It originally aired September 11, 2014.

  • 00:59

    its the d420Show 297

    in Comedy

    Join us every Thursday Night @9pm. est. 6pm. Pst. 


    with your Hosts-


    Antlive: Poem Brake, Mega Bud bakes


    Steve Stoner: (aka OBB) "The Old Bitter Basturd": Eyes on you


    Smokin Joe Rocha: Pot Farming


    Join us for the News With Comedy and the Herbword on the Streets...

  • 00:59

    Is What We are Eating Slowly Killing Us?

    in Health

    We are what we eat!  How many times have we heard that? But do we really believe it?  Will that delicious pound cake become part of your hips?  Will that sirloin steak become part of your feet?  We are on a crash course with our health in the US and so much of what ails us can be averted by making healthier food choices. Children and teens are experiencing the effects of this crash course in much the same way as adults. Dr. Imani Ma'at, the segment's regular host and Author of Healthy Haiku 3: How to Fight Childhood Obesity One Poem at a Time,  will be interviewed by Guest Host Ms. Martha Dowdell. 


    Ms. Martha Dowdell is a health and nutrition enthusiast with more than 40 years experience in research, experimentation, and lifestyle strategy techniques that lead to achieving optimum health. Her passions are etiquette training, health and nutrition education and motivation so that people will be inspired to make healthy lifestyle choices.  


    The segment will focus on the growing health epidemic in our communities. Dr. Ma'at will also discuss her new book: Healthy Haiku 3: How to Fight Childhood Obesity One Poem at a Time.  This book is packed with important topics about childhood and teen obesity such as: obesity as a precursor to diabetes, high blood pressure, compromised immune system, depession, and social isolation; the importance of alkalizine foods and water in our diet and the importance of enzymes.  There is also a great appendix section with information such as a handy chart of akaline foods, icebreakers, role play activties and more! On sale this week only on Amazon Kindle for only $1.99!

  • 00:45

    Author Chit Chat with Sunny Giovanni of The Girls in Tha Hood and Snitch Series

    in Books

    In southern Dallas, Texas, Sunny Giovanni-- or "Gio" as she likes to be called-- was born on the fifth day of June in 1989. Born to a mother who was a teacher and a graduate from Texas A&M University you couldn't so much as watch a Disney movie if you hadn't read the book beforehand. Gio has had a very strong history with literature, diversifying from poetry (winning placements in oratorical contests), to thriller short stories as a way to vent her frustrations.


    The pen was handed down to her from an older sibling as a means to focus her negative energy and anger into something different but was used as a way to alter her own situations.
    As a preteen Gio witnessed how much her writing could touch someone when she left one of her prized spirals in a classroom without knowing. Two weeks after it went missing someone brought it back to her asking for more, letting the young author know that almost everyone she knew read the story, but without knowing it was her in the story she had written.
    Sunny Giovanni is an advocate for gay and transgender rights, and says: "You can't help who you are and you damn sure can't help who you love. You should be true to who are rather than to conform and live the ultimate lie and live miserably until the day you die." Credited from the poem she penned "Titanium", modeled after her novel.
    Gio is a mother of three children, the founder of Lucid Legends Publishing/ Photography, Kno Joke Entertainment, the host of "We Talk TOO Much Radio" on BlogTalk Radio and blogs on Tumblr under the name "KnoJokeGio". She is a friend to many and prides herself on making a smile out of an extremely horrible day. "It doesn't matter if you're having a bad day... a smile could make everything else seem so small. Crack a joke when someone is hurt and see how fast they cheer up. 

  • 02:02

    SPEAKING TO HARMONY "2nd TUESDAY OF FEBRUARY 2016"

    in Social Networking

    JOIN BBROTHER ED UMOJA TONIGHT AS HE WELCOMES HIS CO-HOST AND SPECIAL GUEST FOR A GREAT NIGHT OF CONVERSATION ON SPEAKING TO HARMONY. WE WILL WELCOME SOME NEW GUEST FROM THE MOTHERLAND COUNTRY OF NIGERIA. WE WILL ALSO HAVE MEMBERS OF ANOTHER FILM FESTIVAL THAT WE ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO CONNECT WITH


    .1) SISTER "ONE SINGLE ROSE" WILL OPEN THE SHOW FOR US WITH A POEM 


    2) HARAMBEE TABLE GUEST ARE "YOUTH HUB AFRICA" LIVE FROM NIGERIA


    3) CO-HOST LIVE FROM BOTSWANA SISTER BATSHIDI MOETI


    4) CO-HOST SISTER LIZ LAWLESS WITH "WESTERN LEGENDS: YESTERDAY AND TODAY"


    5) CO-HOST BROTHER KHALIL MAASI WITH LIGHTS, CAMERA, HARMONY. BROTHER KHALIL GUEST ARE THE "NEWARK INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL" TEAM


    SO JOIN US FOR A GREAT NIGHT OF CONVERSATION ON SPEAKING TO HARMONY 

  • 01:00

    Free For All Fridays - Open Mic at Sweet Perfume and Leather Jackets

    in Lifestyle

    Do you have a poem or a song to share?   Would you like to have help finding the value in a situation?  Would you like to talk about your New Year's Resolutions or the lack of them?  Would you prefer to just listen to others share openly on Fridays at Sweet Perfume and Leather Jackets Radio Show?

  • 01:13

    Let's Talk Too! Author Yani

    in Books

    I'm your host


    Author Sharnel


     Guest


    Author Yani,


    She wrote her first novel when she was fifteen years old while attending University City High-School. What started out as just a short story to help her cope with the accidental and devastating murder of a friend, turned into a full length, 893 handwritten paged novel after being encouraged to continue writing more by her peers. Years later, A Thug’s Redemption along with its two sequels, became Amazon Best Sellers and featured in Yo! Raps Magazine. Yani had previously been known for her writing through her edgy poetry, which granted her an invitation to the Tri-State’s number 1 Hip-Hop and R&B radio station, Power 99FM, to recite her popular poem “Why Tyrone Can’t Read” in 2001. Since then, Yani has attended open mic nights, reciting her poetry throughout Philadelphia. Yani has been featured on numerous blogs and has made guest appearances on various blog-talk radio shows. She was also a featured author at the 2013 National Black Book Festival in Houston, Texas. Yani still resides in Philadelphia with her three children and is working on her sixth novel.