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Did you miss our 4th annual “Remembering the Dream MLK Special” where we discussed: The true meaning of Dr. King’s dream, how Rev King would feel about the state of black entertainment with television shows like Empire, Scandal, Love & Hip Hop, and entertainers like Beyonce and Nikki Minaj? To hear our discussion on topics like: Sorority Sisters, my views on Greek Life as a whole, the lack of great black leaders, ridiculous comparisons to Barack Obama and Martin Luther King, “Madea” being more popular that Selma, and MANY other topics? If so, tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years".
Open Mic Sunday: 2 hrs.
In memory of Gary "Gabe" Gabehart "Mishiho"
Talking Points For Open Mic:
Redbone Veteran's Roll Call
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Research News: Nash Research recently transcribed fom the George Washington Papers. Indian Trader John Nash assigned to trade and give gifts out to the Cherokee, Catwbas & Nottoway Indians along the Cumberland Gap River Regions including Rock Creek. Later William and Thomas Nash purchase land and settle at Rye Cove near Ft Blackmore, now Scott Co., Va. among the Cherokee.
Closure of Sorensens Labs
Updates on on the latest Goins Book Family additions; The WILLIAMS, SWEAT, WARWICK/RICK, POWELL, PERKINS and GOINS/GOYENS/GOINGS descendants who are recently collaborating over the perfect yDNA matches between their families. Currently examining each line for migration and relatedness.
Announcements and articles of interest for the upcoming MHA Union in Asheboro
This self talk Evolved when Greg visited an old friend he had not seen in over 12 months. The podcast is just over eight minutes with Greg sharing a story about a father and his three sons. This Memorial Day segment includes Greg addressing the loss of friends at a time where we remember the fallen. This particular podcast looks at father and son relationships at the earliest stages of life.
It is a typical example that... From The Beginning You... Were. Hear how Greg views the prodigies of his long time friend. This is definitely a story fit for the Heritage & legacy Evolvement Forum
Main Topic: Remembering BB King
Side Topics: Dzhokar Tsarnaev is sentenced. Landscaper goes complete psycho on a family of ducks as children watch. Spiders rain from the sky in Australia. Remembering Charles Manson.... NOT! Gov't tries to combat Michelle Obama school lunch pics with their own social media campaign. Zuckerberg's predictions about the recently Facebook acquired Oculus Rift. Survey shows that school bullying is down.
All This in 30 Minutes!!
Memorial Day brings a pulse where many are in the grief process. There is no proper way to grieve a love one. The best one can hope for is healing and positive memories will outweigh those associated with suffering. In fact, holidays do not stop the loss of life. Many will lose theirs today in a car accident. This show will let the families of people lost while serving their country know our deep appreciation of what they have given to us and how to continue to live with hope after loss.
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION - "Remembering All Moms" on Mother's Day!
Frank Perino - Host
Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro - Co-Host
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM FOUNDATION Means FREEDOM, Equality and Total Accessibility Advocates for the Disabled!
As we come upon the eve of another day of rememberance....
The LIVE CREW pays tribute and homage to the fallen, but not forgotten. A look back on those who have made immeasurable achievements in the time served, who have left benchmark legacies, who have battled, saved lives and... fought.
But not forgotten.
For the courage, patriotism, honor and sacrifice has been too large to ever be forgotten.
WAR ... is the ugly side of humanity's struggle for it's freedoms and independence. Tonight we will try to share and remember the highlights of those who have served, and stand in peaceful homage those soldiers lost.
Let's Get LATE, LATE, Night LIVE....
Tonight's Panel: LIVE Host Diamond Ryan And LIVE Host & Veteran Betty Lewis
We've all been there before; screaming at the T.V., begging the G.M. to continue the story, agonizing over the end of a tournament, game or book we loved so much. Well tonight, we are going to talk about the the geeky things we miss that left us wanting more.
But of course, that's not all. We begin our new segment with Store owner Scott Hughes from Highlander games/ Fat Moose Comics, who will be on the show to discuss what's hot in comics and give us a sneek peek at some of the new games that should be dropping in the next few months before Gen Con.
And we don't stop there, We also have a review of Mad Max, the Steampunk Worlds Fair, the miniature skirmish game infinity and an update on our pet peeve...Mordheim the video game.
So strap it on or strap in whichever works best for you and let's get this Memorial day edition of the Den...underway!
Author Royce Murcherson discusses her newest book, Remembering Olympus. Visit www.roycemurcherson.com for more information. Royce hails from Temple, Texas and holds a PhD in Comparative Literature.
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The question of how much money to raise through the Open Space tax is a perennial topic in Bergen County. It came up again last week when the Freeholders voted to keep the tax at its current rate of one-quarter cent per $100 of assessed valuation. However, County Administrator Dominic Novelli left the door open to perhaps raising it next year.
In this segment of Record Talk Radio, Novelli talks about the administration's position on the tax. Freeholder David Ganz also weighs in on why he feels that amount is insufficient, given the county's needs.
In the second segment, Retired Marine Captain Ben Cascio talks about what it was like to be asked to give the keynote speech at Friday's Military Appreciation ceremony.
The air is thick with the compulsive dread that spreads like a dark thundercloud before an epic storm. If you can't feel it, you aren't alive. The administration is pushing hard to pass the TPP, which effectively ends America as we know it, giving title and control, through consent to the major corporations, who will govern commerce and goods with no restrictions and no tarrifs or safeguards for American workers and products. While Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren are beating the drums to raise the minimum wage, they're debating for a hollow platform, an aging paradigm and soon-to-be discarded economic structure. Rumors of pole shift and tectonic rupture abound. California is supposed to meet it's demise in just six days, while the Madrid fault shudders and shakes. More false flag protests are waiting in the wings and an army assembles in the southern states. What's it all mean and where is it headed?
We're in a time of reckoning and the spiritual atom smasher, the real CERN is revving up, accelerating the shift in each and every one of us. I'll be discussing this process and where I think it's headed.
I'll also take some time to honor a great person and a very dear friend, Kenneth Warren. Ken was a writer, social critic, mystic, researcher and communal record keeper. He was a sage and vizier of the highest order and gracious, humble man. Ken passed yesterday morning. I am replaying an interview I did with him after he got back from the Vincent Ferrini conference. Ken was an acolyte of the great, American poet, Charles Olson. His magnum opus work is "Capt. Poetry's Sucker Punch, A Guide To The Homeric Punkhole, 1980 - 2012."
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