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    Beth Karas on KingJordan Radio Talking Jodi Arias/Boston Bomber

    in Entertainment

    Beth Karas and Anne Bremner debut on The King Jordan Radio. Beth Karas has an unbelievable background trying cases as a prosecutor in New York, lead investigative reporter for HLN and CNN and she is now covering the Jodi Arias case we will cover that along with Anne Bremner who has been a prosecutor out of Seattle has worked in helping police, also in 2008 she was a part of the defense for the high-profile trial Amanda Knox, she has appeared on Fox HLN, CNN she has been onNancy Grace, Dr Drew Between Beth and Anne they both have covered a bunch of high-profile criminal trials, like Scott Peterson, Menendez brothers Michael Jackson, Jodi arias, Casey Anthony, Conrad Murray , OJ Simpson and countless others On this episode we will look at the retrial penalty phase for Jodi Arias along with the Boston bomber Trial

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    A Beacon of Light in the Bronx: The G & N Project

    in Women

    On Monday, January 26 at 7:00 PM, we’ll talk to two distinguished ladies from the Bronx, who saw a need in their community, and united to address it.  The result was an organization that helps families trapped within the shelter system restore their strength.  We’ll talk to Gisselle Brea and “La Nena”, the founders of “The G & N Project”.  We’ll find out what they do personally to help nurture the spirit of women and families victimized by abuse, and we’ll talk about what motivates them to carry on in their noble pursuit!


    Explore their website at www.gandnproject.org or find them on Facebook!!


    We gladly take your calls at 646-721-9605.  Monday night on The Vent Man channel.

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    Boston Bombing & Trial of Boston bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev

    in Spirituality

    American terrorist attack.


    "Two bombs were detonated during the 2013 Boston Marathon around 2:50 p.m. EDT (18:50 UTC) on Boylston Street near Copley Square, just before the finish line. As of 15 April 2013, the blasts killed at least 3 people, and injured at least 141.


    18 April 2013, the brothers Dzhokar Tsarnaev, born 22 July 1993, and Tamerlan Tsarnaev, born 21 October 1986, were named as suspects for the bombing. The older brother was killed by the police (pronounced dead at 1.35 am Friday 19th), while the younger was captured by the police on Friday evening.


    ASTROLOGY ARTICLES



    Boston Bombing chart delineation by Astrologernyc on April 18th - 3 days after attack before we knew who bombers were. They were found by police on Aprli 19th
    Astrology horary analysis accurately describing bombers before it was known to publicon April 19th 2013 by Astrologernyc

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    Brain Awareness Day! Bronx NY; LavonneHunter@gmail.com

    in Culture

    Brain Awareness Day! SYNAPTIK FOUNDATION. Come out to The Learning Tree at 801 Bartholdi Street in the Bronx this Saturday from 1-5pm for Pi and Brain Awareness Day.
    LavonneHunter@gmail.com
    Listen and learn more about Brain Awareness Day on The Gist of Freedom


      Www.blogTalkRadio.com/blackhistory
    Saturday March 14th


    SYNAPTIK FOUNDATION. Come out to The Learning Tree at 801 Bartholdi Street in the Bronx this Saturday from 1-5pm for Pi and Brain Awareness Day.


     


    The most complex object in the known universe, the brain, only uses 20 watts of power.
    It would require a nuclear power plant to energize a computer the size of a cit block to mimic
    your brain.  Brain Awareness Day! LavonneHunter@gmail.com


    Lavonne Hunter earned a dual BA in Psychology and Special Honors Curriculum, and MS in Secondary Adolescent Education in Biological Sciences from Hunter College. Trained as a research scholar in neurobiology, Ms. Hunter served as the Science Learning Coordinator of the Minority Access to Career (MARC) program coaching MARC scholars, and taught the fundamentals of biomedical research to undergraduates for two years before teaching adolescents. Celebrating her 11th year in New York City classrooms, Ms. Hunter currently teaches 8th Grade Science in the Bronx


    O Ms. Hunter actively shares her work presenting workshops on student-led and place-based learning for the World Maker Faire, Alternative Education Resource Organization, and Math for America. Ms. Hunter garners inspiration from two quotes:


    1. “Start where you are, with what you have, make something of it, and never be satisfied” – George Washington Carver
    2. “The problem with the US educational system is that it rewards students for answering questions they never asked”.


     
     



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    Hiphop recording artist Acidoe Rostein joins us Sun May 3rd at 7pm

    in Entertainment

    Bronx New York up and coming hiphop recording artist Acidoe Rostein joins HOT16REALTALK..Acidoe Rostein has been doing shows around the nyc area,and he has caught the attention of music executives,and magazines,and showcases.Tune in as we get personal to find out what makes this young hiphop artist and C.E.O tick,Its bigger then radio,its radio revolution!!!!

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    Alison Feliciano- is the epitome of "I'm Every Woman"

    in Women

    Alison Feliciano is a CEO, Speaker, Author, Wife, God Fearing Woman, Mother, sister and friend. Alison has been in the Finance, Mortgage and Real Estate industries in different capacities for over 25 years. Alison is passionate about educating people in the areas of credit and debt and more importantly how to DREAM BIG. Alison walks the walk----  Its with great pleasure that we are announcing Alison's decision to launch her candidacy for the mayoral seat in Powder Springs, Georgia. Kudos to you Alison.....xoxoox


     

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    From The Desk of Kiler Davenport Presents: Interview with Billy O'Connor

    in Comedy

    Billy O'Connor came to America from County Cork, Ireland, and grew up on the Bronx streets. After Vietnam, Billy was a Teamster, a Pub and restaurant owner, and before becoming a N.Y.C firefighter for 23 years, an illegal bookie. He has sailed, dove and traveled the world burdened by his addiction to drugs and alcohol.


    After the tragedy of 9/11 and the loss of 343 of his brother firefighters he sobered up and attended the University of Florida. At the age of 62, he earned his journalism degree and began to write.


    He has written two highly praised weekly columns, two screenplays and numerous political pieces. He also finished in the finals out of nearly 400 contestants in Arizona's funniest comic contest two years in a row.


    "Confessions of a Bronx Bookie" is his much-anticipated first novel. Every Amazon review has been phenomenal, all five stars. Most see the novel as a movie or series.


    Unlink many authors who come directly out of college, O'Connor waited to write until after he had something to say.


    If anyone personifies that life truly begins at 60, it is Billy O'Connor. You can reach Billy @ http://www.BronxBilly.com.


    Billy's acerbic wit on stage has entertained audiences throughout California, Florida, New York and Arizona for the past three years. He has shared the stage with such great comedic talents as Todd Berry, Julian McCullough, Lisa Landry and Thai Rivera. As a reformed alcoholic, compulsive gambler and drug addict, his inspirational story reminds us that reminds us all that with proper attitude, life begins at 60. He currently lives in Phoenix, Az.


    - Vietnam Vet  - Former NYC Fireman  - Published Author  - Stand-Up Comic


    - Former Bookie  - University of Florida Graduate


     

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    #KenyanTragedy #TsunarevGuilty #FamilyofEightGone #SCPoliceShooting

    in Entertainment

    On Saturday's broadcast of the "It's Marvellous Radio Show," Derrick will discuss hot topics such as the tragedy in Kenyan students killed by terrorists, Tsunarev, the Boston Marathon bomber found guilty, South Carolina police officer charged for murder of an unarmed man, and a man with his 8 children died of carbon monoxide poisoning.

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    SWTS 559: Pro Talk: NHL Conference Semifinal Preview; MLB Week 4

    in Sports

    Join us for our pro talk segment on Sports With The StatMan on Wednesday night.


    The Conference Quarterfinal series in the Stanley Cup Playoffs are all over and we are down to the final eight teams. The Rangers disposed of the Penguins in five games and they will play the winner of the Islanders/Capitals series, which is going to a Game 7 on Monday night in Washington. We'll review the Conference Quarterfinals and preview the four Conference Semifinal matchups. And, join the StatManSports Online league in the NHL.com Bracket Challenge to see how your picks stack up with mine. ***


    The Mets and Yankees are both in first place when they met in the Bronx last weekend for an early edition of the Subway Series. We'll break down the series. The Yankees and Red Sox came into last weekend tied for first as the AL East is extremely tight, top to bottom. We'll talk baseball and the latest stories, not only for local teams, but we will also go around the league. We will also reveal our 2015 MLB over/under picks. ***


    Listen live this Wednesday night at 11pm ET or download the podcast here.  "Like" the show on Facebook.  Follow the show on Twitter (@gstatman) for the latest updates.  You can also download the show on iTunes from your PC or mobile device in the iTunes Store, as well as Stitcher. And, visit our new website, StatManSportsOnline.com.

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    Creatively Speaking (TM) On Air #MichelleMaterre 323.927.2913

    in Film

    TOPIC:  What’s happening, Detroit?


    Focusing on a new documentary, this weeks’ show will feature the filmmaker and subject as well as a local accomplished artist and writer, Marsha Music working to restore Detroit to its original station as a vibrant, progressive, creative, diverse community. Detroit 48202: Conversations Along a Postal Route explores history and change in Detroit, through the lens of Wendell Watkins, an African American postal worker, and the customers on his route of 30 years.


    Wendell Watkins was born, raised, and has lived most of his life in Detroit. He has delivered mail in the New Center area of Detroit for 30 years and the respect he has earned from his customers is keenly evident. Wendell attended the renowned Cass Technical HS and is an avid reader of both fiction and non-fiction.


    Pam S is a Bronx-based documentary filmmaker whose work interweaves historical narratives and personal storytelling. Pam is in post-production on Detroit 48202: Conversations Along A Postal Route. Pam teaches Documentary Production in the Department of Film and Media Studies at Hunter College.


    Marsha Music, daughter of a legendary pre-Motown record producer, Joe Von Battle, was born in Detroit and grew up in Highland Park, MI. She is a self-described "primordial Detroiter", and for many years she has written about the city’s music, and its past and future. She is a noted presenter and she has contributed to important anthologies, oral histories and an HBO documentary.