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    Unsung Wednesdays

    in Lifestyle

    In this edition of All Subjects Everything, we will review the fall season premiere of TVOne's Unsung series, which started off with KC and the Sunshine Band last week, then we will preview this Wednesday's Unsung featuring producer, singer/songwriter and philanthropist Kashif.

    Kashif was a big hit in the early 80s with his own music and producing hits for Evelyn Champagne King, the quintessential early 80s electro R&B bop "So Fine" for Howard Johnson and Whitney Houston's debut solo single "You give good love." But there's more to the story as Unsung will show. Looking forward to it and you will too after listening to this episode.

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    Thankful for Unsung and a long weekend Wednesday

    in Lifestyle

    Before we take the long weekend off, All Subjects Everything will preview the TVOne Unsung "Keepin' It 100" Marathon, in which the network will play all 99 of its Unsung music episodes, followed by a countdown of the top 10 all-time voted by the people and hosted by the great Donnie Simpson.

    Also, we'll talk about being thankful for certain things and how it's okay to not be thankful for certain things. And after this, we'll be off the grid until Monday.


    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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    Unsung Wednesdays: Double Play Edition

    in Lifestyle

    We're so happy that Unsung is back after a week of TVOne torturing us with Roots that we enthusiastically accept two new episodes in one night.

    All Subjects Everything will preview the two new episodes, featuring songstress Chante Moore and 70s/80s funk band from Ohio Lakeside,discussing their careers, biggest hits and more so Unsung watchers can know what to expect tonight

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    Blue Jays, Royals and Unsung (Oh my!)

    in Lifestyle

    In this edition of All Subjects Everything, we'll discuss the Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays moving on the ALCS with two tough Game 5 victories against the Houston Astros and the Texas Rangers respectively.

    Also, we'll recap the sterling edition of TVOne's Unsung featuring singer/songerwriter/producer Kashif that aired last night (and why we'll have to wait two weeks for another one).


  • Voices of War~Unsung Hero's

    in War

    This week, we will be talking about unsung heroes!  The kind of heroes that stand behind our plant prisoners forever! Some of these advocates will be on our show to discuss prisoners and how you can help!  Windy Erickson Tirre will be discussing plant prisoner Scott Walt.  The amazing Nadia Fischer will be talkign about the Why Tommy Foundation, and Claudia Perkins will talk about Michael Thompson, a plant prisoner from Michigan!

    Regular Guests include Craig Cesal (serving life in prison), Stephanie Landa, Mindi Griffiths, Miggy 420, Tom Korby, Dr Allen and more!    Our show brings the voices for you help you understand the trauma going on with those and those possess, sell or cultivate cannabis. Over 50 people are serving life sentences and have been in since the 80's. Through a series of shows, you will hear from their family members and the prisoners themselves. This show is an effort to remind the world of their sacrifices.  Voices of Cannabis War is hosted by Eugene Fischer (who spent 25 years of a life sentence in federal custody for our plant) and Kristin Flor (who's father died shackled to a bed because our plant is federally illegal).  It is presented to you by volunteers, Becca Nichols, Mindi Griffiths, Kristin Flor and Eugene Fischer. 

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    in Music

    Unsung Lilly are a 5 piece band with two contrasting lead singers (one plays keys) - with a very 'real' and 'live' vibe - think the musicality of  Maroon5 meets the laid back vibe of John Mayer, with the quirkiness of Paloma Faith, and the piano influences of Tori Amos - but with lovely soulful vocals.  The band hails from the UK and has gained a lot of followers via their online blog, which not only took their fans through each step right from the very beginning of its conception, but also talks about many of the issues that are featured in the lyrical content of their songs. We'll catch up with them on Thursday, October 4, 7pm EST to find out all about their music & why fans love them so much! This is one show you won't want to miss! 

  • 01:14

    All About Vets: Barbara Lilly of Donut Dollies

    in Military

    During the Vietnam War, Red Cross workers  provided services to U.S. military personnel and assist Vietnamese refugees (1962-1974) In 1962, the American Red Cross sent its first paid field staff to Vietnam to assist the growing number of servicemen at various bases and hospitals. At the height of its involvement in 1968, 480 field directors, hospital personnel, and recreation assistants (Donut Dollies) served throughout Southeast Asia. Red Cross workers, who provided 1.9 million services to U.S. military personnel, shared the hardships and privations of war with the soldiers. Five Red Cross staff members gave their lives, and many others were injured as they helped servicemen resolve personal problems or get home when emergency leave was granted due to death or serious illness in their immediate family.

    One of these volunteers is Barbara Lilly.  Barbara graduated from Wayne State in Detroit  (Masters much later at Texas State San Marcos) and then on to Vietnam. She served in VN 3/68 through 3/69. During that time she was assigned to Phan Rang, Lai Khe, Cam Ranh Army and II Field Forces. She also did  TDY to Cam Ranh Air Force Base ... She had double pneumonia and it wasn't raining there so they sent her there once she got out of the hospital.


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  • 00:30

    Thursday Morning Flow

    in Lifestyle

    In this edition of All Subjects Everything, we'll be talking television, including recapping last night's episodes of Unsung and Empire and tonight's Scandal finale before the show goes on winter break.

    We'll also look ahead to week 11 in the NFL, which starts tonight with a game promising to be watched by only the fanbases of these two teams, the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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    LIVE! with Cathi...Everyday Heroes...Part Two

    in Fitness


    THE PRINCIPLE and the PRANKSTER...Sherman, a North High School principal in Kansas was on the verge of tears.  He was asked to hold an empty bucket.  He thought this was a senior prank.  In the bucket, students started dropping pieces of paper.  100 messages later...'thank you for the shirt you gave me when I didn't have clothes.  Seniors were to write notes to tell the principle what he meant to them.

    THE PIZZA MAN...a simple idea-sticky notes turns people into superheroes.


    The LIBRARIAN...etc.



    The BIRDER...etc.

    A way to give back to our...etc.

  • 00:34

    On Air with Allison Lilly

    in Music

    The Sharvette Mitchell Radio Show | New Artist Spotlight | www.Sharvette.com

    Allison Lilly

    Tune in to hear about the long awaited debut single by Richmond’s own, Allison Lilly – “Before the Rainbow” - Purchase online as of June 4, 2015 at http://www.mycsn.org/

    Allison Lilly was born and raised in Richmond, Va and is a product of Richmond Public Schools. Allison was blessed to grow up seeing a model lifestyle for Christian living in her home... Read more > http://sharvette.com/on-air-with-allison-lilly/

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    Getting over the hump with ASE

    in Lifestyle

    In this edition of All Subjects Everything, we'll preview the newest episode of TVOne's Unsung series, which premieres tonight and features stage actress/singer Jennifer Holliday.

    Also, we'll recap ESPN's 30 for 30 doc "Chasing Tyson," which charts Evander Holyfield's rise to power as a heavyweight boxers while Mike Tyson was in jail for rape and how they two met in the middle for some interesting fights. Probably the last of the real anticipated heavyweight fights, too.