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  • 01:01

    Al Tubbs joins SGWS

    in Sports

    Blue Collar Wrestling manager and color commentator Al Tubbs joins Sign Guy's Wrestling Show for the first time. He's been in the professional wrestling buisness a long time and has done everything there is to do in the buisness. He has moved from the midwest to the Pacific Northwest where he found a home in BCW. From managing tag teams to calling the action for radio broadcasts, Al Tubbs is a valued member of the BCW roster. Find out the latest with him as he joins us for an explosive interview.

  • 01:08

    Episode 4: With Ricardo Tubbs and Trey Herbert

    in MMA

    Ricardo Tubbs is the president of Da Firma Kimono Company, which specializes in custom grappling gear and apparel as well as sponsors many fighters in grappling and MMA events all over the country. He is also a BJJ brownbelt under Marcello Alcantar. Trey Herbert is a broadcast radio producer and sports talk radio on-air personality in Hampton Roads, VA. 

  • 02:16

    Live in the Cage: Ron DeLeon, James Gray, Brandon Ruffin.

    in MMA

    Tonight, your host Dave "The Butcher" Clifford welcomes Ron DeLeon of Capital City Cagefight Championships to talk about his event this Saturday in Lansing. Next up on the Every Victory Earned hotlines is James Gray of Team SFS to talk about his active roster and upcoming contest in Brazil for the XFCi tournament semifinal. After that, Brandon Ruffin stops in to talk about his contest for Shiloh Blu's Masters of Combat this Saturday. Live in the Cage is brought to you by Genco Boots of Jackson, MI and Every Victory Earned for the ACSLIVE.TV podcast network, powered by Baker College.

  • 01:56

    Live in the Cage: Travis McClellan, Dan Hoogerhyde, Lamar Foster, D. Humphrey

    in MMA

    Tonight on the ACSLIVE.TV podcast network (Powered by Baker College), inside the Stars Sports Bar and Adult Entertainment virtual studios, and brought to you by Genco Boots, host Dave "The Butcher" Clifford will be welcoming SSFL competitors Travis McClellan and Dan Hoogerhyde. Dan is also co-promoter for the Spyder Submissions Fight League, and they have another stacked card coming to Midland, MI this Saturday night. Next up, and competing for the Prison City Fight League, also on Saturday night, is Lamar Foster of Team Tubbs. Lamar is making his comeback fight this Saturday in Jackson vs. a very tough Gilbert Reyna. Our final guest of the evening is Team SFS' Darryol Humphrey. Darryol is making his debut as a professional mixed-martial-artist on Jan 23 for the WXC. 

  • 00:56

    Lynette Norris Wilkinson, Sharon Tubbs & Bruce Mills

    in Books

    At the top of the hour host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Lynette Norris Wilkinson to Conversations LIVE. At 15 min. past the hour, Webb talks with author Sharon Tubbs. Then at 30 min. past the hour, join Webb in welcoming author Bruce Mills to the show. Finally at 45 min. past the hour resident chef Bruce Tretter brings this week's "Quick and Easy Cooking Tip".

  • 02:03

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: SF Doc Fest

    in Art

    This morning we feature interviews with directors featured in the 13th Annual SF Doc Fest June 5-19, 2014, www.sfindie.com or (415) 552-5580 adv. tickets: N'Jeri Eaton, producer and Mario Furloni, director's "First Friday," Ryan Murdock's "Bronx Obama," and Kevin Gordon's "True Son." We close with a prerecorded interview with director, Chris Mason Johnson, "Test." Test opens theatrically in the Bay Area June 6, 2014. Music: Amikaeyla's Hambone and Dreamer; Meklit Hadero's "Call" and Meklit and Quinn's "This Must Be the Place."

  • 00:59

    "Johanna Carroll's Dialogue W/Divinity" Guest: Dada "The Monk Dude"

    in Spirituality

    Hollywood gave us Bill and Ted, two "excellent-dudes".  The video gaming industry introduced us to "Postal-Dude": Well, in this edition of Johanna's Dialogue With Divinity, we introduce you to Dada Nabhaniilana "The Monk-Dude".


    Dada Nabhaniilananda (a yoga monk, meditation instructor, award winning song-writer, musician & author) was born in New Zealand. During his early life he studied classical music and poetry. At the age of 11 he started composing music for the piano, and his teachers had high hopes of him becoming a concert pianist. However, during his time as a University student he developed a deep interest in Eastern mysticism.


    In 1975 he left his native land for Australia, and later Nepal and India where he studied the disciplines and philosophy of Yoga and Meditation within sight of the Himalayas, and was ordained as a Yoga Monk of Ananda Marga in 1979.


     


    Dada currently lives in the US where he tours occasionally, performing and teaching at Yoga Centres, Festivals and conferences, Universities and New Thought Churches. In 2007 he performed in New York with Premik Tubbs, who has played with Santana, the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Whitney Houston and host of other greats.


    Dada is currently based in California, where he teaches a course at UC Berkeley in Yogic Meditation: A Technology for Conscious Evolution, writes new songs, and is working on a comic science fiction novel.


    Today, we'll explore what Dada refers to as "The Revolution Of Love".  We will be taking your calls as well.


     

  • 02:15

    Talk show tonight interview with Ashley upcoming artist

    in Entertainment

    ifteen Dynasty founder, Ms. Ashley Tubbs going to meet Africa Bambaataa. The father of Hip Hop and the founder of the Zulu Nation. At 9:00 pm. She have a interview with www.realtalkafterdarkradiostation.com. If you want to speak with her call in. 646-200-3339. She is on her way. — with MsAshley Tubbs Datwalksbyfaith.

  • 00:32

    KathyYolandaRice-PhilipMichaelThomas

    in Music

    Philip Michael Thomas' duet with Kathy Yolanda Rice on Flesh of My Flesh (Paintbrush Records), is available at Amazon, iTunes, and CD Baby.  The song is from Emanuel, a gospel musical written by Thomas and Archbishop Abuna Nathaniel Salem of the Ethiopian Coptic Church of North & South America to depict the relationship between Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, and Joseph, His earthly father. Thomas has shared his music with Kathy since in 2007, when they met on MySpace. The song is the cornerstone of their collaboration. Kathy felt something special about the message in the song. It is faith/Christian based and speaks of what it is like to be loved by a man who knows and fears the Lord. Widely recognized as Ricardo Tubbs in Miami Vice and Stix in Sparkle, Thomas is a composer, multi-instrumentalist, and vocalist. "Music has always been and will always be my first love." In 2004, Rice composed and produced her debut album, After All These Years. From Huntsville, AL, she studied piano at 6, and voice training at 12. She holds a B.S. in Music Education from Alabama A&M University. Paintbrush Records was formed in 2004, and Kathy engages in several projects and collaborations. She works with a group of women musicians on the Bobby Pin Diaries movie soundtrack, featuring I've Gotta Find a Love. Rice was the lyric soprano for the Walter Hawkins' remake of Jesus Christ Is the Way by Nuove Mystique (Warner Music Group). She's featured on Women in Jazz South Florida Music Collection Volume III. Visit Kathy's Website.


    www.wijsf.org


     

  • 00:34

    WordThirst Literary Journal with Author Sharon Tubbs

    in Books

    WordThirst Literary Journal & Authors Showcase is  a contemporary vehicle of satisfying your thirst for the written word and ultimately for God's word through creative literary venues. On this segment we will be interviewing  Author, Sharon Tubbs,on her new release, Living In The Pink.

  • 00:58

    Tim Witherspoon

    in Sports

     
    Tim Witherspoon turned professional in 1979 after just five amateur bouts. He worked as a sparring partner for Muhammad Ali when the former champion was training for his ill-fated comeback fight against Larry Holmes in 1980. Witherspoon also briefly worked as a sparring partner for Gerry Cooney. "I lasted three days," Witherspoon said. "When I bloodied his nose, they told me to take a walk."
    In May 1983, with a record of 15-0, Witherspoon fought Larry Holmes for the World Heavyweight Championship and lost by a twelve-round split decision. 
    Witherspoon defeated Tony Tubbs by a fifteen-round majority decision in January 1986 to win the WBA Heavyweight Title and successfully defended it with an eleventh-round TKO of Frank Bruno in July 1986.