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This is where we talk about Detroit Street Racing. Who did what and what happend. New call outs for the Detroit Street. Where going to be talking about things that happed at the past event and thing thats going to happen in the future. You can call in with suggestions on what u would like to see race on the street and hopefully we can make it happen. Stay tuned in to #westsidehorsepower Detroit Street Racing Radio (#thenewdetroitstreetracingmovement).
Today I will be speaking with actor/model Kevin McGaffey about his upcoming movie, "Into the Storm" The movie will be set to propel into theaters August 8, 2014! What you may not know about the movie is that it was filmed right here in metro Detroit, specifically in Pontiac. Into the Storm" is as close to a real tornado as most of us would ever want to get. Its effects are so spectacular that it makes "Twister" look like "The Wizard of Oz."
Sharina Annette Jones was born in Pontiac, Michigan. When she was just five years old, Sharina was the victim of a shooting. This event left her unable to walk for the rest of her life. More importantly, however, it was the beginning of the unveiling of Sharina's purpose in life; to inspire others to reach their greatest potential.
After graduating high school she continued her education and attended Mott Community College, earning an Associate's degree; the first in her family to attend college. She continued her education and earned a Bachelor of Science degree at Oakland University, and an MBA from Wayne State University in 2008.
In addition to her academic success, Sharina was crowned Ms. Wheelchair Michigan in 2011. She has used her crown as a platform to impact the lives of others in a positive way. She established the organization, Think Beyond the Chair, to provide hope, healing and resources to others in the community faced with circumstances like hers. Her first book, Life of a Push Goddess, is one of her favorite accomplishments. She is currently writing her second book, Not All Goddesses Are Alike. Her long list of achievements also includes participation in the Detroit Free Press Marathon and tossing out the first ball in a Detroit Tigers opening season game.
But when asked, it is her marriage to Grover Jones in May of 2010 that brings Sharina the most joy. In addition to writing, Sharina enjoys hand cycling, wheelchair basketball and swimming. She and her husband also love to travel; Jamaica being the favorite vacation getaway location.
Our guests this morning are Eve Kelso, Kate Nelson and Jan Buike and this morning, they’re going to give us some facts on the senior population in Manhattan Beach along with some of the programs and services offered by the city.
Eve Kelso is a Recreation Services Manager for the City of Manhattan Beach, overseeing the Dial-A-Ride, Older Adult and Volunteer programs.
Eve has been with the City of Manhattan Beach for twelve years. Eve enjoys travelling with her husband Kenny and sons Jakob and Erik.
Kate Nelson began her career at Mira Costa as an English teacher in 1972. In succeeding years, she became the Activities Director, Educational Advisor, and Vice-Principal. For five years she was the principal of the South Bay Adult School, and in 2000, took the position of Assistant Superintendent for the Manhattan Beach Unified School District. She retired in 2001, after her first grandchild was born.
Jan Buike was raised in Michigan. She received Bachelor degrees in Social Work and Education from Michigan State University. After teaching for several years she went into the non-profit world, including InfoLine with United Way in Pontiac, Michigan and Assistant Director of an Emergency Services agency, Lighthouse. Jan moved to California in 1988.
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At age 16 his minister of music prophesied that he would write songs. One year later, God blessed him with his first two songs: “Speak to Me Lord” and “Place of Praise”. Since then, he has been a student of music ministry. His music has been influenced by The Winans, Commissioned, John P. Kee, Marvin Sapp, Marcus Cole, Men of Standard, and many others.Today, Darick has more than 15 years of music ministry experience singing with his 4 brothers in the group "Connection" The Rutley Brothers. He and his brothers are all talented singers, musicians, song-writers, and composers who grew up singing in their father's church and other ministries across the state of Michigan. In November of 2007 he released his first single titled “Leaning”. It gained him the #3 spot on the charts in Detroit gospel radio and remained on the top 30 charts for the first three consecutive months. He has opened up for and shared the stage with various artists, including Marvin Sapp, Kierra "Ki ki" Sheard, Marvin Winans Jr., Bishop Liston Page, Dr. Jamal Harrison-Bryant, and 21:03 - to name a few. He is featured on "Your Will" on Integrity recording artist, Ken Reynolds' recently released project entitled "One World One God". In 2002, at the age of 21, he answered the call to ministry; and in February of 2008, after 6 years of ministry internship, he was ordained as Elder. He currently serves as an associate pastor of Berea Family Tabernacle of Faith Church (Pontiac, MI). One of his favorite scriptures is Eph. 3:20 “Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us”. JOIN THE NiACOM FAMILY!
Its WrestleMania week!! So joining us this week is one of the most busy men on the indie scene running shows this weekend and next. Its Shimmer Owner Dave Prazak!! He talks the big Shimmer IPPV this Saturday afternoon in New Orleans and next weekends Double DVD Taping in Berwyn IL. we also cover a ton of subject from the womens Indie scene and Indy Wrestling in General!! If you are a fan of Shimmer or Dave then dont skip this interview!! Also Bryan The Brain joins us with a live review of PWG Mystery Vortex 2, Greg Davis joins us with a live AAW review of their Pontiac IL debut show, and Mathew Grant joins us with his live Smash review from Toronto!! Plus we cover all the Indie news and run down the entire WrestleMania weekend!!!! Its your Thursday Indie Fix!!
Tune in now to get UP Close and learn MORE about Chef Carla.
Since the age of 12, Atlanta's Chef Carla Alexander has been passionate about cooking. In 1996, after being convinced by her father-in-law that cooking was her gift, Carla decided to become a Chef.
She's a native of Pontiac, Michigan, and received her Bachelor's of Science degree in Culinary Arts. She specializes in Soul Food, Italian, and Mexican, as well as delicious cakes and pies. Today, Chef Carla is the proud owner of Callard Cuisines & Sweets.
Chef Carla is in the current issue of People You Need to Know Magazine. 404-819-8241
"EVERYBODY IS A STAR" w/Choc'Let & Paula Michelle.
A native of Pontiac, Michigan, Paula Michelle was only 4 years old when she began singing in her church choir. Paula remembers day dreaming often of singing and dancing on a huge stage. She would listen to music in her room and sing and dance along.
In 1991, the legendary RAY CHARLES flew Paula to Los Angeles where she joined his 26-piece orchestra and traveled across North America, Europe, Asia, and South America on his DIET PEPSI world tour. She was given a solo opposite Mr. Charles in the tune “HIT THE ROAD JACK”. In the ABC television show “RAY CHARLES: 50 YEARS OF MUSIC”, Paula can be seen singing with STEVIE WONDER, MICHAEL BOLTON, JAMES INGRAM, GLADYS KNIGHT and many others. Read more vi atribefamilychannel.com
On this episode of Discover Janesville, Lois Corwin of Friends of Noah and Alicia Reid, owner of Raven's Wish Art & framing and gallery (located at 101 W. Milwaukee in Janesville), join Yuri to talk about the upcoming Arfctic Art event coming up on February 15th from 10 am - 4 pm at the Pontiac Center.
Next, Yuri shared his thoughts on the Sochi 2014 Olympics. From concerns about security to the general air of unpreparedness of the host city and the ongoing political repressions in Putin's Russia, Yuri finds it hard to be excited about these games.
Dianne Young is a professional public speaker and she joined Yuri to talk about her upcoming show on Janesville Community Radio, in which Dianne will highlight success stories in the area and beyond.
Winner of Janesville Area Creativity (JAC) Roots award, Callie Schouten, called the program from her home in Las Vegas to talk about her career as a professional stage dancer. Callie shared the advice she gives young dancers she mentors and her excitement and appreciation for having been recognized with a JAC award.
An upcoming art show at My Office - JVL - home of Janesville Community Radio - will feature art centering on the human body and nudity. Adena Zastrow - one of the artists featured - called the program to preview the exhibit and to talk about her life as an artist from an artistic family.
Throughout the show, listen to live music performed in the studio by Discover Janesville's house band "Members of the Pancake Riot" featuring Kat, Robbie, Dan and Isaac.
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For more than 30 years, Chicagoan Stanley Wrice languished behind prison walls, convicted for a crime of rape he didn't commit, another victim of torture by police under the command of the now disgraced former police commander Jon Burge. In addition to beating a false confession out of Mr. Wrice, police also beat a witness into giving false testimony. In 1982, Mr. Wrice was sentenced to 100 years in prison. In a case that went all the way to the Supreme Court, Stanley Wrice was released last week, after over 30 years behind bars, one of the many wrongfully convicted victims of police torture. Is it possible to forgive and move on with one's life after being robbed of one's youth? What is fair compensation for such a loss? What should happen to the torturers?