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  • Grandma Is On That Shit - Elderly Drug Abuse Law Clinic

    in Social Networking

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss a issue that maybe should be discuss more and that is ELDERLY DRUG ABUSE.

    In your family "Is Grandma On That Shit  ?????" This shall be a  "Elderly Drug Abuse Law Clinic".  Many people in western countries are Prescription Drug Addicts.  Many people are addicted to LEGAL DRUGS such as "Over The Counter Drugs", Prescription Drugs", and drugs that are in processed foods.

    In the case of the eldery..........many are breaking the law or attempting to break the law not only promoting bad health, but little do they know ....rish going to jail.

    Listen to our website: www.itsmyhouseonline.com

    Call to listen to "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863.

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    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with Alex Boye!

    in Entertainment

    Alex Boye is an award winning and record setting Pop/World Music/Africanized Pop singer, originally from Britain with roots that trace back to Nigeria, West Africa. Boye had an early start in music, in his Tottenham neighborhood in the UK, where he was influenced in his youth by Motown and other soul greats that championed that sound. In 1995 his professional career was launched as a member of the boy band Awesome, and since then he hasn’t looked back. He has gone on to set numerous records for views on Youtube, by taking famous pop songs and making them his own Africanized rendition, to much acclaim. With over 110 million Youtube views and many more accolades under his belt, Alex is hard at work putting together his Pop/African Infusion album which is bound to be a trend setter for the next few years.

  • 00:59

    The Real Teen Mom Talk Live: Episode 53 - You Mean Your Nanny Isn't a Stripper?

    in Television

    Check out our website at www.therealteenmomtalk.com for news and exclusive interviews with the casts of Teen Mom, Teen Mom 2, Teen Mom 3, and 16 and Pregnant!


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  • 00:28

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with Jordan King!

    in Entertainment


                    Up-and-coming Alternative R&B/Hip-Hop artist, Jordan King, released her very 1st single, entitled “SCARED”, on Halloween. Take an intimate trip with her as she seduces you into submission while revealing her temptations in this sexually charged anthem, but you MUST remember one rule: Don’t Be SCARED.


                    While in LA, Jordan collaborated with producer Donnie B. to record this eerie, yet sexy track. Jordan pulls influences from a wide variety of artists from Prince, to Missy Elliot, to Teyana Taylor, and definitely does not hold back.

  • 00:30

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with Jilly Anais Moor!

    in Entertainment

    Rising Urban Pop artist Jilly Anais Moor, going by the name of Jilly Anais is determined to be an artist to watch.  More than just a breathtaking beauty, Jilly’s resume includes modeling, acting, commercials, print ads, competitive dance and competitive cheer. Through music, Jilly has showcased her sound armed with infectious hooks and lyrics that are upbeat and edgy.

  • 00:17


    in Entertainment

    'Teen Scene' that is scheduled to air every Wednesday at 8pm pst / 11:00pm est (until further notice) & spotlights popularity at school in the 'Teen Scene'. Be first in your friend circle to appear on the show. Call in  if you or somebody you are friends with is popular in the 'Teen Scene' or if you want to give a shout out on the radio show. Parents. You too can nominate your teen as 'COOL' on the 'Teen Scene'. Vote Most Popular or Achieved Scholastic. Scholarship Awards to winners in future show(s).

  • 00:50

    Teen Talk CNY: Prescription Drug Abuse

    in Youth

    Teen hosts Kia, Arij, and Kudzwai discuss the prescription drug abuse epidemic. Our guest is Colby Sutter from Contact Community Services.

  • 01:29

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1231

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Debra Monk from Enfield, New Hampshire, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse from multiple perpetrators over several years throughout her early childhood and into her early teens. She's now become an anti-abuse advocate who's now writing a series of children's books addressing a topic that's close to her heart. "Most of my abusers were direct or close family members," Debra says. She explains the new book series for children touches on the tough but important topic of family violence and abuse, and what that might look like through the eyes and perspective of a child. That's because Debra eventually came to understand that there was a systematic cycle of abuse within her family that had already been going on for many generations. "I'll address family violence, such as domestic and intimate partner violence, sibling abuse, sexual abuse, incest, neglect and physical abuse. Abuse and malnourishment can create patterns and characteristics that when, if not dealt with appropriately may cause repeated cycles or systems of family violence and abuse to occur later on and well into their adulthood lives." Debra's published before. Her work "A Journey of Poetry from an Adult Survivor of Sexual Abuse" is available as an e-book and author Caroline De Chavigny included Debra's missive in her book, "Letter to a Monster." Debra says her mission and goal is to create positive change that reduces the risk for violence in already broken and volatile homes.

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1232

    in Self Help

    Q & A Night - You'll suggest the themes for tonight's show, which will involve any topic from the world of public safety, violence prevention, and child abuse and trauma. Special co-host Dr. Debra Warner, Psy.D., a Los Angeles based Forensic Psychologist will lead the discussion. ~~ NAASCA is pleased to announce that Debra will be making regular special co-host appearances on upcoming Tuesday night question-and-answer style community participation shows. An educator and violence prevention expert, Dr. Warner will assist SCAN host and NAASCA founder Bill Murray field questions and lead a variety of topic discussions suggested by our call-in participants. Debra's understanding of the issues of child abuse and trauma spring not only from a professional perspective, but also from a personal one. Multiple members of her own family have been victims of predators. She'll share how she's participated in their struggle with surviving and thriving. ~~ Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in SCAN's ever-present community chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org

  • 01:03

    AAU Teen Talk Radio

    in Education

    Our Mission -AAU Youth Magazine & Radio is to motivate our youth to define their vision and create greater opportunities to help them meet their destiny.   The focus of the magazine is to help them establish a true relationship with their purpose and to encourage and nurture a loving relationship of “self” to allow them to explore and develop a greater respect for the person they are seeking to become.


    Twitter: CJ@aautvradio

  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1230

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Angelique Anderson from Stockton, California, a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and activist who's currently writing a short story series called "Little Lost Girl." The first book, "Separation," has been released and book 2, "Home is where the heart is," is releasing this week. It'll shortly be followed by the final book in the trilogy, "Reunited." Angelique plans to include NAASCA info in her books, explaining, "My short story series is a fiction series based on my life. Which is why I wanted to use the resources you have available!" Angelique's an advocate for those who have been abused, and for former foster children. She grew up in dire and tumultuous conditions, bouncing back and forth between her parents, family members and foster care homes, and was abused in many ways. Angelique lived in numerous states all across the American West. All through her childhood she was alternately neglected, assaulted, beaten, treated like a slave, abandoned and left to her own devices. At 18 she was living hand to mouth when she moved in with her boyfriend. They've been together ever since. "I am very happily married to the most amazing, God-fearing man who has stood by me through the healing process and ups and downs that come with that," Angelique says. "We have four amazing kids, and I know looking back that my husband has been God’s tangible hand of love in my life."