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  • 01:54

    13th Region Boys Championship-Williamsburg vs Clay County

    in Sports

    Can Clay County make it three regional championships in a row, or can Williamsburg get to the State Tourney in basketball as it did in football this school year?  Take a listen to my play by play account of this battle to go to Rupp Arena in Lexington.  This game will be live at the Arena in Corbin, KY.

  • 02:19

    Saving The Obama Brand, Benghazi's 13 Hours & Hollywood Celebs vs Trump

    in Politics

    Liz Peek-Attempting To Save The Obama Brand In His Final Year & Why Hillary Clinton Has a Tenuous Hold on Black Voters.  Peek, columnist for FoxNews.com and The Fiscal Times explains.


    James Hirsen-13 Hours: Benghazi & Hollywood Celebrities Launch Trump Attack.  New York Times best-selling author, commentator, media analyst and law professor discusses.


    Patrick Wood-The Fourth Industrial Revolution-the rapid spread of robots coupled with artificial intelligence.  Wood is an author and lecturer who has studied elite globalization policies since the late 1970's.


    Reverand Dr. Reginald Davis-Let Freedom Ring: A Call To Heal A Nation.  Davis has presided as pastor of the historic First Baptist Church in Williamsburg, Virginia since January 2004.


    Chris Sajnog-Twelve ways to live like a Navy SEAL in 2016 as explained by Sajnog, a retired U.S. Navy SEAL Master Firearms Instructor and a Neural-Pathway Training Expert.

  • 02:00

    Dear Gilbert Arenas.... Guess What... Black Girls Rock

    in Entertainment

    Hey gang. 
    In the second hour we'll have a thing or three to say about Gilbert... or #Gildingo as I would like to call him, but let's get down to the shizz. 


    A homeless shelter in Williamsburg will no longer accept women as a way to stop people from having sex.The director at Emergency Christian Ministries said people are having sex at the shelter and they cannot accept that.


    A professor at a suburban Chicago Christian college who is wearing a headscarf to demonstrate solidarity with Muslims has been placed on administrative leave.


    Larycia Hawkins, who is a Christian, is an associate professor of political science at Wheaton College, a private evangelical school west of Chicago.


    A moment of self-confidence and black pride landed one little girl in the principal’s office.


    Sharika Jolly says her daughter Makiyah-Jae struggled with self-esteem due to her appearance, and in an attempt to empower the child, she bought her a t-shirt that says, “Black Girls Rock.”


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  • 02:58

    Bill Phillippe, Brad Vickers, Rev Freakchild, The Beat Daddy's and Damon Fowler

    in Music

    SHOW #297 – Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations with “Musicians You Should Know”


    Bill Phillippe sat with me back on March 30, 2015.  He is working on a new album and on the Couch Kid New Music Segment we will talk about the fan-funding campaign Bill is running.


    Brad Vickers and the Vestapolitans have new music, and the album is called That’s What They Say and it is a collection of songs that explore the roots of the music even deeper than they have in the past, both in sound and in material. I’ll sit with Brad and talk about the making of the album and what has been going on in his life since his last visit in June 2013.


    Reverend Freakchild brings his own brand of irreverence to his music and on his latest release, Hillbilly Zen-Punk Blues, he brings it hard. Recorded in Williamsburg, Brooklyn Freakchild enlisted the talents of world famous musicians.  He and I will discuss his journey and where the road is leading.


    The Beat Daddys formed in 1986 and have spent the last 30 years bringing their blend of roots music to audiences around the world.  I’ll chat with Larry & Tommy about their partnership, making the IBC last year and much more as we check out tunes from their new album, Hoodoo That We Doo.


    Finally, Damon Fowler returns to Couch Kid New Music with his new album Live 2015.    Can’t wait to chat with Damon again and find out all he has been up to since his last visit March of 2014.  We’ll, of course, share some songs from the album.

  • 02:00

    Terry Johnson Weber~Author/Paranormal Experiencer

    in Paranormal

    Terry Johnson Weber


    Terry was a pediatric nurse for twenty years and then a parish nurse for five years. She transitioned into churchwork and spent the last eleven years as a church office worker. She has written two books: A Healthy Church Office and Tug of War: Trusting God through the Unexplained. She has had numerous encounters with the paranormal and supernatural throughout her life. Tug of War shares about 35 of those stories. (Ghosts, demons, angels, and precognitive dreams.) Terry has many interesting stories to tell!  In Tug of War: Trusting God through the Unexplained she shares experiences with the paranormal and supernatural. In the Monroe Ghost (After Dark: A Collection of Haunting Tales) she shares the tale of a haunted house from her childhood. Terry has learned to cling to God through all of the unexplained events in her life. In addition, she writes devotions for Hope - Full Living for Seniors (Creative Communications for the Parish). She is married, has three grown sons and three small grandchildren. She lives with her husband Don and their yellow Labrador Roxy in Williamsburg, Virginia. She retired two years ago and spends her time writing, reading and crafting.

  • 01:01

    Cafecito Break - Dance Your Dream

    in Spirituality

    Our topic today is "Dance Your Dream" with Special Guest Pastor Ben and Gavin Russom.


    If I can't dance, I don't want to be a part of your revolution." - Emma Goldman


    What does a Pastor, a Curator of Music, and a Shamanic Movement Coach have in common?  They are co-creating a "Dance Your Dream Party" with the intention of buidling bridges, creating an inviting unified space, and providing a safe place to dance in the segregated and gentrified neighborhood of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.


    The Rev. Ben Mckelahan is an interactive artist, fairy tale writer, and Lutheran Pastor.  Since he stumbled upon Lutheranism and Theatre of the Oppressed, Ben has been fascinated with how to use art and games to create a community that embodies God’s unconditional love. Ben serves as the pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.


    Gavin Russon -  is a sound, visual, and music artist, originally from Providence, Rhode Island, he currently lives in New York City. He has also spent a significant amount of time based in Berlin which he considers his second home. From an early age, he became interested in experimenting with sound, image and movement and investigating the territory where the boundaries between them blur. Not surprisingly, his career has straddled many worlds and scenes. Looking beneath genre and the shifting landscape of stylistic trends, Russom's focus is really the vital energy present in all earthly things and the ecstatic nature of reality. 


    EMAIL - contact@cafecitobreak.com


    Learn more | www.cafecitobreak.com


     


     

  • 01:06

    Veteran's Day Special: Retired Army Captain & Comedian, Isaura Ramirez

    in Women

    In honor of Veteran's Day, we have a special interview with retired Army Captain, Entrepreneur, Comedian and mother Isaura Ramirez.  It's an unlikely post-military career, but Isaura Ramirez keeps you laughing all the while staying focused on bringing arts to Veterans as way to build communities, promote expression and facilitate learning through her work with ASAP. As a Latina combat veteran, she draws from her unique experiences growing up in Puerto Rico, serving in the military, and being the token minority among her white friends. Ramirez is a retired Army Captain, and a graduate of the first Armed Services Arts Partnership (ASAP) Comedy Bootcamp for veterans. She has performed for the Comedy Club of Williamsburg and the College of William & Mary, and her worked has been featured on NPR's With Good Reason, Stars and Stripes and the Daily Press. 


    Tune into our interview to hear her story, her focus on Veteran's non-profit work and how she juggles it all.  We will also bring you our highlights of women who made the headlines this week.  Tune into our newest and special show honoring our Veteran's on Power Lunch Radio, Friday's at 12pm EST!  


    You can also download our free mobile app on iTunes Store, Google Play at http://monalisapowerlunch.mobapp.at/

  • Daniel Clark Network Radio Live@ Supreme Flea Market With DJ ROW

    in Entertainment

    We will bring you all the super savings prices from all the vendors at the Supreme Flea Market @3302 Williamsburg Rd.in Richmond ,Va.23231. We will play some jazz,&blues to.

  • 00:30

    Do Animals Feel Emotions Like We Do? (EXPERT)

    in Pets

    Yes, animals do feel and express deep emotions just like their human counter-parts.  They become depressed when a companion dies and mourn for their loss. See http://www.deathofmypet.com  for more information.


    Many experts (myself included) agree that animals, birds and other animals feel their live deeply.  This isn't a new topic.  In fact, Charles Darwin wrote about animal emotions way back in 1872.  His studies were on dogs who grinned and monkeys who chuckled when tickled.  


    Pure Joy in Animals


    Just now, our dog Rosie heard my husband say "Think I am going to take the dog on a walk in the sunshine."  Rosie went from a solid sleep to bouncing with joy and anticipation.  Was our dog grinning? Oh yes, she was one happy camper.  She knew that a walk in the sunshine meant a trek to the river and an opportunity to play in the leaves and chase sticks and snap at flies and all sorts of wonderful exciting times with her "fur family."


    Barbara King, professor of anthroopology at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, VA says: "Tody, after thousands of years of friendship, there is a great deal of attunement between humans and dogs, not only in terms of comprehension of each other's gestures and body language but also emotionally."


    Come & Claim Your Free Book


    You are invited to join our community of kind, thoughtful people who have respect for all creatures, two and four legged, at www.deathofmypet.com You can claim your free book there as well at www.ILOVEPETSTORIES.COM  You will always be glad you did.


     


     

  • 01:02

    Cafecito Break - Finding Faith in Dark Times with Pastor Ben

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to Cafecito Break's Virtual LIving Room space.  Join Rosangel Perez and Special Guest Pastor Ben as they speak about "Finding Faith In Dark Times.


    About Pastor Ben: 


     The Rev. Ben Mckelahan is an interactive artist, fairy tale writer, and Lutheran Pastor.  Since he stumbled upon Lutheranism and Theatre of the Oppressed, Ben has been fascinated with how to use art and games to create a community that embodies God’s unconditional love. A west coast native, Ben graduated from Reed College in Portland, OR and Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary in Berkeley, CA. He very much enjoys serving the southside of Williamsburg, a neighborhood which, like him, is trying to reconcile its Anglo and Latino identity.  Ben serves as the pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.


    Pastor Ben Hosts a monthly community gathering called, "Voices of Brooklyn". Learn more: http://parablesnyc.org/


    Learn more about Cafecito Break | www.cafecitobreak.com


     

  • 01:13

    George Armstrong Custer "Ascends" above Yorktown and makes Captain

    in History

    Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto replays a revised episode originally aired in January 2015; Lieutenant George Armstrong Custer returns from leave back home to his new assignment with the 5th U.S. Cavalry, and begins to gain recognition for his initiative and bravery during the Peninsula Campaign.