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Wendy Jo Smith, better known by her stage name, Wendy Ho is one part skilled singer, one part comedienne, one part rap artist, and 100% entertainer. Over a million youtube views, having drag queens around the world cover her songs, and being spoofed by Ryan Murphy are just a few of this ho’s claim to fame.
Ho is an artist. Ho is a state of mind. Ho redefines women in music and comedy with true liberation. She is funny and sexy, never sacrificing one for the other. A pretty bitch, a witty feminist, a self-possessed, self-assured mashup of street and trash who makes you laugh while she makes you think. The responses she evokes from audiences are as diverse as her roots, but at the core there is no question about who she is. Wendy is all woman. All Ho.
For the full bio and more at her official web page, please click HERE!
Crystal L. Bass is an American author, playwright, freelance writer, and motivational speaker. Bass has used her platform to uncover and illuminate issues that are important to young women, to ultimately empower and strengthen them. Her hit stage play titled, "Ain't No Love Like A Mother's Love," opens in Baltimore City Nov. 15. Kehinde Koyejo, Artistic Director, InterACT Works, is curator of the 10-minute one-act play series “Don’t Call Me Crazy: A Glimpse into the World of Mental Illness: An Afternoon of Short Plays and Dialogue at the Joyce Gordon Gallery, 3 p.m. 406 14th Street in Oakland, Sun., Sept. 7, then in a reprise “Through the Eyes of Buddha at SGI-USA, Oakland Buddhist Center, 3834 Opal Street in Oakland, Sept. 14, at 1 p.m. Kehinde (“Next Step”) is joined by participating playwrights: Nathan Yungerberg (“Golden Gate”) and Kineithea Carter (“Depression Daughter”). Visit http://www.interactworks.org/upcoming-interactions.htm Poets Genny Lim and Steve Dickison join us to talk about “Struggle for a New World: Fred Ho Memorial Tribute,” Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, 2:00-4:30 p.m. at the Oakland Asian Cultural Center, 2 p.m., 388-9th Street, upstairs Rm. 290, (510) 637-0455. Admission is free. This remarkable landmark gathering of Fred Ho's artistic collaborators, ranging from composers, musicians, poets, singers, storytellers and activists, have come together to pay homage to this great baritone saxophone-composer, cultural activist, teacher, author, pioneer and legend. To listen to Fred Ho http://www.mp3olimp.net/fred-ho/ We close with a conversation with San Francisco native, Barry “Shabaka” Henley, about the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre production of the World Premiere of his Mingus Remixed, directed by Delroy Lindo Sept. 5-6 in San Francisco, www.lhtsf.org
Snoop had some words about iggy Iguana the culture theif and after being confronted by TI who came to her defense, made an apology to her.
To date TI has been vocal and critical of black women, quite publically and without any issue, why is he protecting his white horse??
Why Did Snoop actually apologize for saying some real shit???
What is REALLY goin on in this industry??
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UnitedFanBoyz presents a one night only conversation with the creator of BlackGirlsAreEasy.com and the author of the new book Ho Tactics: How To MindF**k a Man Into Spending, Spoiling, or Spnosring. In a conversation moderated by UFB founder Bmore Banner, we invite listeners to call in 347-850-8790 and get questions answered or you can email your questions in by clicking here at UnitedFanboyz.com
After the Mars Hill University Lacrosse team held a "Cowboy's and Nava-HO's party" Native MHU students Madison Crowe (Miss Cherokee 2014) and Katlin Bradley former Native Student Organization President have been getting harassed at school and on social media after "outing" the party to the public. Tonight we'll talk to MHU student Madison Crowe - reach out to her on Twitter at @MadiCrowe
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To be filled with His Spirit, it's not enough for you just to be thirsty; you must also take the next step and go get a drink of water! Jesus said in John 7:37b - "If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink. So you must respond to your thirst by going to Him and drink. Just as the famous Spirit ad says you must obey your thirst! If you don’t obey your thirst and go get a drink, you will stay thirsty! Isaiah 55:1 says, Ho! Everyone who thirsts, Come to the waters...
Now, there are certain ‘waters’ that the Lord has prepared for His people to go to continually and drink of the river of His Spirit I like to call them Spirit-filling stations, where believers can go and fill themselves up with the Holy Spirit, just as you would go to a gas station and fill your car up with gas! Listen to this broadcast and discover what they are!
"Cannons to the left of them/cannons to the right of them/volleyed and thhundered!/Into the Valley of death rode the six-hundred!" That, of course, was from Tennyson's, "Charge of the Light Brigade." While the British charged to certain death, what are the Americans, British, Iranians and Syrians going to do??? Are we dooming ourselves to another endless 10-year war??? Is there an end in sight??? Will this tenuous alliance be able to defeat ISIS/ISIL??? We at the Coffee Club would like to know...So call us at 646-595-3275. As the weather is cooling off, warm coffee is a must!
Every one has a story to share or tell that lies waiting to be coaxed out...
This Nonfiction Author Special Event Series this month features Amanda Johnson, a popular writing coach, sharing her philosophy with us about she how she helps people to get their messages and stories out to the world. Her company is called "True to Intention."
We'll get inside of the mind of a writing coach and both published and soon to be published authors. The schedule of interviews for the show:
10:00-10:30am PST: Amanda Johnson - CEO, True to Intention - shares about the writing process and how she helps people become world class authors
10:30-10:45am: Marlia Cochran - Author of Where's My White Picket Fence: When a Good Girl Doubts God
10:45-11:00am: John Gray - Author, Untitled - a work in progress
11:00-11:15am: Maggie Bain - Author of Love on the Rock: Take Your Love Life from 'Ho-Hum to Extraordinary'
11:15-11:30am: Jenee Dana Don - Author of Have Fun & Get It Done: Graduate From a Top University in 3 Years or Less Without Being a Genius
11:30-11:45am: Renee Cabourne - Author of HarMoney: A Step-by-Step Guide to Your Money...Your Rules, Your Way!
11:45-12:00pm: Amy Cheryl - Author, Untitled - a work in progress
Listen in to the heart and soul of the creative genius expressing itself!
Do not be a shoe, purpose and plate ho!
Today, I want to discuss the value women put on themselves or the lack thereof.
In this dating culture, some women have lost themselves, failed to identify their purpose and in a lot of instances, competing with other women for male attention. Rationing themselves out for dinner, purses and shoes. You are worth more than a few hundred or thousand dollars. You my queen, are priceless.
The Hopi Ten
Chumash elder Choqosh Auh' ho' oh' some years ago summoned by a prestigious group of Hopi elders (she's not Hopi, but some other tribe). They told her they have a message for her to share. They said, "You've been telling people the 11th hour is approaching. Tell them it is here, and there are things to be considered."
They gave her a 10-point Hopi Checklist to consider:
Where do you live (not just geographically)?
What is it that you do?
How are your relationships?
Are you in right relation with the Earth?
Where is your water?
Know your garden (and nature around you).
Speak your truth; it is time now.
Be good to each other.
Don't look outside yourself for the leader.
This could be a good time.
This Can't Be Happening (TCBH) is a four time Project Censored award-winning online news collective.
From their web site: "Our goal is to give you the stories you aren’t getting from the corporate media, or to give you the stories you are getting from them, but from a different, and more honest, perspective."
1st Hour - a pre-recorded segment of TCBH radio from the Progressive Radio Network (PRN.fm) hosted by Dave Lindorff which airs every Wednesday 5pm (Eastern)
2nd Hour - RFK goes live with TCBH contributor John Grant. John Grant is a writer/photographer/filmmaker living just outside Philadelphia’s city limits. He has worked as a newspaper reporter and has published both fiction and non-fiction. Starting in the 1980s, he traveled to Central America and other places as a documentary photographer for publication and for exhibits of his own large prints. He shot and edited an 80-minute documentary film called "Second Time Around" about a seriously wounded Vietnam veteran who chose to live and work in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, 35 years after his first tour there. John has been to Iraq twice during the war, once as an observer critical of the war and once as a cameraman on a documentary film.
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