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Kevin Curry, nutrition blogger and founder of FitMenCook.com has grown a fast community on Instagram sharing healthy recipes in both English and Spanish to support lean muscle and fat loss. He also does online coaching!!
Connie Itchon, Founder of Ripped Goddess has a Facebook Group Community of over 51k friends supporting and sharing fitness tips!! I love Connie's spirit and what she stands for. Join her Facebook Community
Let's embrace our health and call in with questions/comments!!! Tell your friends to tell their friends.....
hear a story many dads know all to well when they are reduced to a payment check.From caring arms the children ripped away by a legal system that always takes one side in these matters.Hear the sorrow and the suffering caused to a good man while those who betrayed him laugh away not letting him see his daughter or else.
Tonight we have a different type of mix. This Bobby Shmurda "HotN*ggas" is seeming to be that next big cut. Man I found at least 20 different mixes of artist on this track (#RealTalk). I weede them down to these 6 for my 6Pack. We open with Bobby Shmurda (he got down on his cut), Juicy J (who ripped it), Lil KIm (really Kim showed she's the punchline queen of rap), T.I. (Tip gave the track his own flair), Diamond (from Crime Mob who really was the surprise in the mix, She got down) and we ended it with Ace Hood (great bars by hood). Whats crazy every artist really gave the song their own identity. Call in tonight (347) 826-774
Plumbing repairs and how not to get ripped off. With all the Plumbing and their plumbing actors out there, how does the Homeowner or Business protect themselves from the Commissioned non licensed Plumbing actor who comes to service your plumbing needs?
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Authoress Tonya Wilson of “The Time Is Now” sheds light Issues Of Addictions, Recovery & Deliverance. Sunday 7:00 PM EST. If You Need Inspiration, Answers, or Support, The Time Is Now! Her Guest Panelist This week is, Author, G. D. Grace of East Palo Alto California writer of “UP” a collection of 25 poems, his 1st novel “Knights of Deception” Ripped & Ready” Season 1-2-3. his 4th novel “Dragged” & He is currently working on his 5th novel, “With Arms Around Me” On the Robert Wesley Branch’s show, entitled “Back From Addiction”. He discussed his experiences overcoming substance abuse and depression & how writing became his new high of choice. Sunday at 7:00 PM EST, Call In @ (347) 884-8924 or listen from you’re computer & chat with other listeners at http://tobtr.com/s/6754661
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This is TheSoulFM's third time chillin with Phil Perry and each and everytime it's new and exciting!
Born and raised in East St. Louis, Phil Perry has spent most of his career as one of the most sought-after backing vocalists in the music business. His bright, multi-octave range has played a supporting role on dozens of albums by such acts as Anita Baker, Boz Scaggs, Rod Stewart, Peabo Bryson and George Duke. But he has also distinguished himself through a series of strong solo albums that have highlighted both his ability to interpret classic soul songs as well as his own songwriting skills.
Perry first came to the attention of Soul Music fans as the lead singer of the Montclairs, whose "Begging's Hard to Do" was a moderate hit in 1972. In 1985 he married soul/jazz singer Lillian "Tang" Tynes, and began a marriage partnership that has lasted ever since. After a brief stint as part of the singing duo Perry and Sanlin, Perry went solo in 1991 with The Heart of a Man, an album most notable for Perry's sheer guts (or some thought audacity) in releasing as a single a remake of Aretha Franklin's "Call Me." It was a real coming out for Perry, as he ripped through the song in bold fashion, even surpassing Aretha's revered original version.
His follow-up album, 1994's Pure Pleasure, was perhaps his best, and included fantastic remakes of "After the Love is Gone" and "If Only You Knew" and a seven minute cover of the Spinners' "Love Don't Love Nobody" that was sheer magic.
I don't know what the hell to make of all of this. We have two events non-related, rioting in the streets, military warfare, accusations of cover-ps in the police department, social-network headlines, the President condems everybody then hits the golf course, Black Panthers stirring up hostilities, Al Sharpton trying to make a come-back and getting bood off the stage . . . What the hell is this damn thing anyway? Its a friggen monster is what it is!
Why do Americans riot and destroy cities for criminals, admire, support and march in the streets for terrorist organizations then make nary a peep when children and teenagers are ripped away from their parents destroying the entire family to be used as lab rats?
We've got it backwards.
Tune in every weeknight at 8:00pm to 10:00pm to hear The Captain unlock his treasure chest of opinions and ideas, facing all matters of Constitutional Freedom.
If faced with an approaching or developing disaster, what's the best course of action to deal with it?
Do you hunker down and stay in place, or do you evacuate - aka "bug out" in prepper terminology?
A lot depends on what the disaster is, and how it's unfolding.
We'll take a look at some scenarios, including those ripped from this week's headlines.
We're not nearly so enamored with the "bug out" option as others in preparedness circles.
We make our case, share our insights, and welcome your input beginning at one o'clock EDT
Three months after a fire ripped through Cove Creek Assisted Living Facility, repairs are complete, but even as Reverend G and her cat, Gabriel move back into their apartment, the retired pastor realizes life just isn’t the same. She continues to minister to her fellow residents — the widower who reads the same book over and over and the woman who waits by the front door for the family who never arrives. Even Gabriel is back at work, making his rounds and forecasting death. But while Reverend G is able to find the words to conduct a funeral service, anticipates the birth of her first grandchild and plans her future with her beloved, Chris, she battles her worsening Alzheimer’s symptoms — memory loss, paranoia, anger and fear. Now, her worst nightmare seems to be coming true. God hasn’t spoken to her in weeks. Has Reverend G lost her connection with God?
RJ Thesman has been a writer since she flipped open her Red Chief tablet and scribbled her first story. After writing 4 non-fiction books and almost 500 articles, she woke up one day with a novel in her head. That novel became "The Unraveling of Reverend G."
Thesman enjoys teaching writing workshops and helping writers birth their words. She is a certified life coach, works as a writing coach and as a coach for women who are Starting Over Single.
Thesman is the mother of an adult son, and she enjoys reading, gardening and cooking - especially anything with blueberries. Thesman lives in the heart of Kansas with her son and an elderly cat.
Playing hard drum n bass tonight. This is part two to last weeks DNB session. Drum and Bass is a genre that ripped up the dance floors like no other sound has before. The beats are rough, the bass lines are deep and the energy is out of this world. Every week we bring you hard beats , Dubstep, Hip Hop, Electro House, and tonight - Drum N Bass. This is not for the average listener. This music can give you a heart attack if your not careful. Listen @ your own risk !!!!!
Is art imitating life?
That's just one of many questions Writestream host Dariaanne will ask of author Daniella Bova, whose 5-star rated novel Tears of Paradox has been described by one reviewer as:
"A cautionary tale that could be ripped from the headlines of the not so distant future. Bloated, nanny state government, the new way of doing business, forced abortion, attacks on faith, and two people caught in the center of the storm."
Daniella joins the program in the first hour to discuss her book, the first in a series entitled Storms of Transformation. Host and guest will also delve into the writing, publishing and marketing process, and how to succeed as an independent author.
In the second half, the Right Wing Riot stampedes the airwaves with its unique brand of "Public Service Satire" with The Prince of Whitebread, Scary Smart and Always Right.
During the live show, listeners can call in with their questions and comments at 347-945-7246 and join in the live chat.
Don't miss Writestream Tuesday with author Daniella Bova and the Right Wing Riot on August 12!
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