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Join us as we chat with some of the cast members of the wildly popular web series “The Unwritten Rules” which is based off the book “40 Hours and an Unwritten Rule: The Diary of a Nigger, Negro, Colored, Black, African-American Woman” written by Kim Williams. Season 2 debuted on June 19 and who better to discuss the show than three of the most popular characters. Joining us to chat is Aasha Davis (Racey), Sara Finley (Kathy), and Kaya Ibarra (Jessica). This is going to be a GREAT show!
So pour up your favorite drink, find a comfy spot and enjoy the show!
Reading the Unwritten with Teal Gray
Join us Wednesday March 12th, 8pm central
Teal will talk about her upcoming book "Reading the Unwritten" and it's accompaning journal. She will discuss her Life Oracle Card Deck coming out soon and why she feels it will enhance your life.
There will be an on air announcement of the Weekly Winner in her "Like" Teal Gray Worldwide on Facebook giveaway! An electronic generator will randomly choose a winner from All of those who "Like" her page from the first like up to the time of the drawing, so everyone is included weekly. This weeks Giveaway:"You Are Psychic!" By Pete A. Sanders Jr. - An MIT- Trained scientist's proven program for expanding your psychic abilities.
Episode 14 of the Purple Dinosaur Podcast is jam-packed with awesomeness for your earholes. We're talking Dodgers, Rockies, prospects, and the minor leagues with Craig Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus. Then, Craig and Tyler commiserate on what it's like to be forced to know Anthony in real life. Things get heavy.
Plus, why on earth isn't Corey Dickerson getting an every day shot? Why does Atlanta's David Carpenter get a fine while the Rockies' Nick Masset gets a suspension resulting from last week's ballyhoo and brouhaha? How does Kirk Gibson still have a job? Which mascot would you take a cross-country road trip with? You know. The pressing issues of our time.
Also, we bid farewell to Mr. Padre.
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mz. Koko Bowden interviews Domonique Mitchell about the 2014 www.IAMGODSWOMAN.COM CONFERENCE
Domonique possesses more than 25 years of experience in the entertainment
Domonique Mitchell was born and raised in Elmhurst Queens NY, NY Domonique performed with Select Records Crew as a dancer from 1988-1991. This opportunity allowed him to work and be around some of the music industry's then leading hip-hop artists including KID-N-PLAY, SALT-N-PEPA, and many others.
This experience exposed him to acquire knowledge and gather unwritten street education only obtained through personal observations and experiences. This street knowledge and his art of persuasive communication garnered him the opportunity to serve with Many Superstars,.
As a manager at the World Infamous Club "Flavers" and the “Atrium” in Stone Mountain Georgia. He believed in a young DJ, “SWIZZ BEATS” as he would sneak him in the club at age 15 where he started Deejaying. Case closed, no need to say anymore, the rest is history!! Terry Bradley Jr., the owner, taught Domonique structure in the club business.
His talents were soon recognized by Marvin McIntyre, who mentored and taught Domonique how to develop groups
On an all new, “ Taking The Limits Off” with Dana and Devon, will be talking with Christopher J. Priest author of “The Black Church: An Outsiders Guide” This is an conversation you definitely don’t want to miss.
You can read the article by following the link http://neilbrown.org/id11/guide/more.html
We are going to crack the ceiling on all these meaningless traditions that do nothing but keep us from true worship. It's time we worshipped the way God intended no restrictions, no traditions just real worship!!!
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If you think that it's been a slow go of it during this baseball season you're probably not alone. And yet, there is plenty to jump into if you're patient enough. After all, slow and steady wins the race when it comes to Major League Baseball.
On The Exchange, Sumit and Jason hit the diamond to talk up the push in these final two months into the always electric postseason. They'll flip through the moves already made and waiting to be done as the trading deadline approaches. They'll also look at where the game stands based on contenders, pretenders, the latest in unwritten rules idiocy and public interest as a whole in this current era of pitching over hitting.
Come through on The Exchange in the chat room, on Twitter (@skd_thExchange, @asportsscribe) and the phone lines at 347-202-0247. Of course, don't forget for favorite the show on Stitcher Radio!
Jasiri X's Hip-Hop is incisive social commentary and his videos have been featured on diverse sites such as Allhiphop.com, The Huffington Post and BET Rap City, among others. Jasiri X’s hit song “Free The Jena 6” was played on more than 100 radio stations and named Hip-hop Political Song of the Year. His debut album, American History X, was named Album of the Year at the Pittsburgh Hip-Hop Awards. And he joins us on Music Friday Live!
Lose Control’s roots are Black Sabbath and Guns N Roses, but they have added their own contemporary twist of world class guitar shred virtuosity that reminds people that hard rock is far from dead.They released their first studio LP, Let If Be Known, in April with their signature "dual lead" guitar sound, strong vocal melodies, and a heavy metal backbone. The band has shared the stage with Unwritten Law, Shiny Toy Guns, and Authority Zero and is now wrapping up a summer of tour in support of Let It Be Known. Jeff Nisen, co founder and guitarist for Lose Control joins us at Music FridayLive!.
Team Dirtyredz is back on the air. We have the same cast of characters and we've added new ones. We have Cadilac Phil producing the show in studio. Go-Go Rob with the HOT Wemixes. L.D., the Love Guru and relationship expert. Da Professa, "OLD SKOOL" and You, the fans, are the ones that make the show what it is. Either chat live with us on the air or get the ultimate experience of calling in to the show @ 310-742-1853. We are coming at you each and every Wednesday Night from 8-10. Don't miss out.
Are you a late night "texter" or an @texteranonymous? Do you meet someone and solicit all talk via emojis and witty repartee? Join the women of The Ladies Room to discuss this and much more!
Tonight, I'm joined some of the cast members of the popular web series, "The Unwritten Rules," to discuss their Season 2 premiere!
Season 2 debuts on June 19th and who better to discuss the show than three of the more popular characters?
Aasha Davis, who plays the lead as "Racey," Sara Finley, her overbearing boss, "Kathy," and David Lowe who plays "Peter." He is Racey's office secret admirer.
It should be a fun and entertaining show for this special, early edition of the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 234
A No-Nonsense Guide for Minorities in Business
Dr. Brewer talks with Keith R. Wyche, author of Good Is NOT Enough - And Other Unwritten Rules For Minority Professionals. In recent decades, corporate America has gotten better at recruiting minority talent. But despite their education and hard work, too many African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans still find unique obstacles on the path to senior management. And there are too few minority mentors available to help them understand and overcome these challenges.
Keith R. Wyche, a division president at a Fortune 500 company, is the perfect mentor for ambitious minority businesspeople at all levels. His book is filled with thought-provoking insights and practical advice based on his own experiences and those of the many people he has counseled.
The Write Pack explores the questions about violence in fiction. What is an appropriate level of violence in a story? Of course this all depends on the genre and the story, but when is it over the top? It depends on the unwritten contract between the author and the reader. Does the violence have to be on stage or can it happen in the background? Is the story about violence or does the violence need to reflect the story?
How much violence is needed for the story? Does the violence exist to exist? How does violence move the story forward? How is violence appropriate in the world of the story? What kind of message is the author sending with the violence?
Has the level and focus of violence changed in all the media over the last decade and more? Has the level of violence in Children’s Literature changed?
When does violence kick the reader out of the story? When does violence seem cartoonish?
What kind of violence is never allowed?
Is there typical victims of violence in the story? Do you have Red Shirts or Storm Troopers in your story? Are there certain characters that have to die?
What is the choice of the violence? How does it reflect the character? How does it show their emotions?
How does violence in one story effect other stories in a series or does the series reset?
What is the psychology of violence?