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  • 01:12

    LLR: A Night of Sensual and Erotic Poetry Oct. 17, 2015

    in Poetry

    It's the 3rd Saturday! Time for sensual, love and erotic poetry with your hostess, Andrea Weston, at 8:00 pm EST/5:00pm PST.  You can join in the fun via blogtalk radio at http://tobtr.com/8005643 ~ via telephone (646) 478-5072 or via Skype.  Tonight the phone lines and chatroom will be open for guests to participate live on the show.  Sit back, relax and enjoy the sensual power of the spoken word.

  • 00:29

    Subtle Sensual

    in Spirituality

    Hello Kings and Queens, 

    Tonight is another episode of MakeupIntuitive bringing forth to you nothing besides straightforward Queen-ish. Tonight's topic is about a  phrase that I have created to represent a woman's demure approach to embodying herself and sexuality. Being a subtle sensual is more than just being a description, it is a representation. Find out more here. Also, I have more beauty news to deliever tonight! 8 things every person should do before 8 AM according to Benjamin Hardy. You will want to follow these tips for a successful beginning! Stay connected with me after tonight's show: twitter - @shaquasial_ , for more questions or just to leave a comment e-mail: shaquasiafuller1@gmail.com, and blog: www.makeupintuitive.com

    Stay beautiful, Kings and Queens.

  • 00:30

    The Roxanne Pappas Show: A Snowball Toss on the Senate Floor? Seriously?

    in Environment

    I  want to continue our discussion on climate change based upon some additional reading I've done.  The Cape Cod Times is doing a series on this with scientists and researchers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Insitution, the Marine Biological Laboratory, NOAA Northeast Fisheries Science Center and the U.S. Geological Survey Coastal and Marine Science Center.

    First thing to remember is that climate change and global warming, although used interchangeably, are really not the same thing. Based upon the disasters we've experience around the world, I can't image anyone believing that our climate is not changing.  Yet we still have the naysayers.  Interestingly enough, though, the pros and cons seem to follow party lines.

    So again, I will provide information and some stats and you decide.

  • 00:42

    the sensual movement: re/discovering YOU

    in Health

    Are you or do you want to experience your life more fully?  Through each and every one of your senses?

    Do you want to feel happy, loving, excited more of the time?

    Do you want better balance and connection between what you want to do and what you have to do in life?

    Do you want to re/discover the sensual in you?

    DO YOU WANT TO KNOW THE SECRET TO THESE THINGS?  the sensual movement will introduce to you with a model for living your life that will bring you closer to all of the above!  Join us as we introduce the sensual movement and how you can re/discover the sensual you.  You can also join us every other week to continue to re/discover the limitless you.  

  • 01:00

    Bloody America & Al Moher Head of So Baptist Seminary Needs to Quit Seriously

    in Christianity

    Al Moher Head of Southern Baptist Seminary Needs to Quit, Seriously and  we're also going to discuss Bloody America and more.


  • 02:04

    The Code of Hammurabi is still studied by historians and students for its contri

    in Music

    The Code of Hammurabi was written by King Hammurabi, who began ruling the Babylonian Empire in about 1800 BC. Hammurabi came to power using his strengths as a military leader, conquering many smaller city-states to create his Empire. Hammurabi believed that the gods appointed him to bring justice and order to his people, and he took this duty very seriously. Not long after his ascent to power, he created his Code, 282 laws written to define all relationships and aspects of life in the kingdom. The laws were displayed in a public place so that all the people could have the opportunity to study them. The laws applied to everyone, though application of the laws and punishment differed according to social class. The punishments for disobeying the laws were swift and harsh, further encouraging compliance. The form of the Code of Hammurabi is significant in the way that it is written. The simple language used to write the Code allowed the average member of Babylonian society to understand the expectations placed on them. Each of 282 laws was written separately with specific examples of indiscretions that were illegal, and the precise form of punishment that would occur. Join Goddess Rebekkah Muhammad and Tim Aldred for the full enlightening show 11/25/2015 @ 4:00 pm est (661) 467-2407

  • 00:07

    @AdinaHoward with host @VickensMoscova Sponsored by @DrivingOnEnergi #ILoveEVs

    in Entertainment

    From the depths of the R&B music revolution emerges an artist whose multi-dimensional lyrical decadence is nothing short of sensational. She is the innovative, yet sensual phenom whose passion and drive for success propelled her music into a new dimension of personal growth for music lovers to experience. Her name is Adina Howard.

    From Radio, Stage, and big screen here is everything you want to know about R&B sensation..... 

                                  Adina Howard

    In 1995, Howard hit the charts with her platinum selling hit single “Freak Like Me”, that was featured in her debut album, Do You Wanna Ride?. Following her debut, Howard introduced a second album, Welcome to Fantasy Island, with her lead single, "(Freak) And U Know It". In 1997, she also collaborated with Jamie Foxx on the Platinum selling slow jam, "T-Shirt & Panties" which appeared on the soundtrack to the 1998 feature film Woo.

    By 2004-2007, Howard released two more albums, "The Second Coming" on Rufftown Records, featuring the single “Nasty Grind” and "Private Show" released by Arsenal Records along with a promotional single "Picture This." The album managed to reach #17 on the iTunes R&B music chart.

    Always thinking about how to set herself apart artistically, Adina Howard's new single "Bad 4 Me" is a fresh twist on a classic sound. The industry is excited about the return of Adina Howard. The next chapter of her journey will be epic.

  • 01:02

    In The Streets with Beverley Smith: United States of Terror (Episode 47)

    in Spirituality

    Two white masked gunmen opened fire on black protesters in Minneapolis on Monday night.  Five people were shot, two seriously wounded. Witnesses said that the gunmen yelled about race wars and white power. At the time of publication, police haven't yet managed to apprehend the suspects. Protesters remain at the police precinct, demanding the release of surveillance tape which is likely to have caught Jamar Clark's execution-style killing on November 15. The authorities steadfastly refuse to release the tape.  The police dash cam video of Laquan McDonald's murder is scheduled to be released to the public on Wednesday, November 25. Jason Von Dyke, the Chicago cop who shot Mr. McDonald 16 times (13 of which were pumped into his body after he'd fallen to the ground) has been charged with murder. Burger King has declared that the Chicago police deleted their surveillance video which recorded the shooting. "Officer of the Year" Jonathan Bleiweiss admitted raping and molesting 20 immigrants, threatening them with deportation if they didn't perform sex acts on him. He's been charged and convicted, but not with sex crimes. Donald Trump's supporters beat down a black man at one of Trump's rallies, while chanting "All lives matter." Trump doubled down, praising his supporters and suggesting that the black man deserved the beating. And more. Tuesday, November 24, 6pm Pacific.

  • 03:14

    Real Talk, Real Views, Never Politically Correct Tuesday w/ Tracey and Friends

    in Current Events

    We will be talking about the issues of the day and the Political Climate that is shaping and reshaping for the 2016 Election. The shock of an ISIS graffiti painted on a local campus Youngstown State University,  Should it be taken seriously?  The Issues that are being discussed on our College campuses  And we will talk about any interesting topic that you bring is or we evolve into.  

    Jon Arnold from J. Arnold Wealth Management will be with us to discuss Money Management, Credit Repair, and Wealth Planning 

    Call in and Voice  your Views 347-945-5229


  • 02:01


    in Politics

    This Can't Be Happening See: http://thiscantbehappening.net/

    (TCBH) is a five time Project Censored award-winning online news writer 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."

    Program Summary: Nov. 24, 2015

    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.

  • 01:57

    Healthy Conversation

    in Self Help

    Today's headlines are filled with stories of war, disease and poverty. And oh yea, the 9000 pound gorilla in the room named Racism, everybody can see this dude but no one wants to talk seriously ABOUT him let alone speak directly TO him. And so we have the question, how can this issue get resolved if all people do is talk about people that they perceive as biggoted. Obviously this strategy is flawed because bigotry is worse now than I can remember in my almost 50 years on this earth.  What are you all so afraid of?  Scared you might grow up and develop a mature outlook on the world?  Or worse, you may have to own up to the crap you do. Join us this Sunday, Novemer 22nd from 2p-4p CST for a little healthy conversation.  Log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/rapsessions or call 347.857.2097 and remember when you miss us you miss out!

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