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Please join Author Michele Gwynn and Jami Brumfield along with guest authors Kelly Cozzone and Isobelle Cate as we discuss what makes a delicious bad guy April 23rd at 7 pm Eastern.
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The Raiders Report
* Rodney Hudson
* Malcolm Smith
* Roy Helu
* Dan Williams
* Curtis Lofton
* Nate Allen
* James Dockery
* Christian Ponder
* Trent Richardson
* Unsigned Available Free Agents
* The NFL Draft
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For the month of April we will continue discussing your dating dilemnas. This week's topic is BAD BOYS Part 2:
Why do good girls like the Bad Boy?
What are the potential issues if he is a Bad Boy?
How can I spot them before I get involved?
Can I change my desires and give good guys a chance?
Join Matchmaker & Dating Coach Kiki Strickland and her special guests with YOUR calls, as she explores this topic!
"One of the Top Matchmakers in the Country" - Ebony Magazine
Kiki Strickland is a matchmaker and Dating Coach who is passionate about helping smart, successful, singles who have a difficult time finding and keeping love. Her private coaching sessions and dating seminars are all about providing love life solutions to singles who desire to be married. Professionals who have succeeded in their careers are often frustrated by not finding the same success in relationships. Through her "A Diva's Guide to Meeting Mr. Right" Coaching Program and 5-Part Audio Series, as well as her eBook "How Divas Date", Ms. Strickland is helping singles find love and the relationship they have dreamed of.
We all know how it feels to be stuck in a bad mood. Bad days happen to the best of us – days where you just wake up in a really bad mood; or days where something, or NOTHING, has made you angry, sad, frustrated, disappointed, or just plain feeling like, “Wow, this is going to be a really bad day.” The tough part is that on most days, you still have to get up and go to work, no matter how much you want to stay in bed and pull the covers over your head.
Join Dennis Carradin on this episode of "Own Your Life" as he shares a number of strategies that you can use to turn your mood around and get back to your normal life. Join Dennis Live on Wednesday, April 22 at 10:30 PM.
Our guest today on a special edition of the Greuling truth will be Coach Tom Flores who is still only one of two people in NFL history to win a Super Bowl as a player,Assistant Coach and Head Coach. as a player Tom was the first starting hispanic QB in pro football history and ended his career in 1970 as the 5th all time passr in AFL history. He started his coaching career as an assistant to the legendary hall of fame coach Sid Gillman, he went on from there to be an assistant coach with the raiders helping them to win Super Bowl 11. He was named the head Coach of the Oakland Raiders in 1979, one year later led the Raiders to a 27-10 win over the eagles becoming the first minority coach to win a Super Bowl, 3 years later he led the Raiders to another Super Bowl title beating the favored Redskins 38-9.
Paul Revere and the Raiders: An American Musical Revolution – Part I (1961- 1967 ‘The Classic Years’ ”)
Labeled by Paul Shaffer of The David Letterman Show as “the greatest show band of all time,” Paul Revere and the Raiders became the vanguard of America’s response to the British Invasion with one of the most exciting live shows in the business. Their hits are now seen as bold, unpretentious pieces of '60s rock & roll with a defiant, punk edge, which would become the foundation for the development of punk rock. Although they experienced disappointment when they saw another version of “Louie, Louie” become a national hit, they bounced back to sell records in numbers second only to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones during their three biggest years (1966-1969) while garnering more TV appearances than any other rock ‘n’ roll band from 1965- 1968. Tonight, in Part I, we focus on the years when a band with a Northwest U.S.A. origin grew so highly in popularity that each member’s charm and fame would rival the Beatles with their own fan clubs and constant appearances in every teen magazine.
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