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Poets on Fire is a weekly open mic call-in show designed to offer poets, spoken word artists and other writers opportunities to celebrate the power of words in all its forms. So join us every Wednesday night at 8pm EST. The FREE call-in number is (646) 716-8754.
Music by Lino Rise
Titles: “Channel Intro Germany,” Channel Intro Hungary," and Channel Intro Sweden."
Music by Mike Stewart
Titles: "Strutting Down the Street, Wow, So Good and Playful Children."
Morning Walk - "JINGLE PUNKS" #music #theme
JOIN US LIVE EVERY SATURDAY FROM 3PM TO 5PM! THE LITTLE SHOW THAT COULD IS BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER! NYPA ENTERTAINMENT RADIO! CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS STRONG! FROM THE HOTTEST MUSIC FROM ALL GENRES PAST & PRESENT! TO THE LATEST IN GOSSIP FROM THE WORLD OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT! AND OF COURSE HOW CAN FORGET, WE HAVE THE BEST GUESTS ON THE PLANET COMING THROUGH TO HANG OUT ON NYPA ENTERTAINMENT RADIO!
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Flat Track Weekly Radio is your weekly Flat Track internet radio station. Third generation motorcycle racers Cory Texter & Scottie Deubler bring you insight you won't find anywhere else. Every Tuesday night at 8pm EST/5pm PST we chat with racers, team owners, mechanics, promoters and more that make up the great sport of AMA Pro Flat Track.
Presenting sponsor of the show: Thom Duma Fine Jewelers, Evans Coolant
Associate sponsors: Lightshoe & DesignStar3
-Colin Edwards - Former MotoGP Rider - Owner of Texas Tornado Boot Camp.
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March is National Women's History Month and to celebrate the Power of Poetics BlogTalk Radio Show will salute the many women poets who shaped our world and changed the course of history through their works. These women lifted their voices through their words to fight for rights, to be free of discrimination and stereotypes, to break free from rules set forth by men, family, and society and to be themselves. Please join us every week to celebrate and to share poems that are old and new.