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Tune in as Stacey B. and Miss Fancy speak on Real Housewives of Atlanta's (RHOA) Apollo Nida (Phaedra's husband). Stacey and Fancy will speak on Apollo's arrest for fraud and identity theft.
Stacey and Fancy will also speak on the latest episode of the RHOA, which included a major brawl among cast members, particularly Apollo and Kenya Moore's assistant, Brandon DeShazer.
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With all of the rachettness happening in the world, it's only right that we discuss it. Grab your bibs, we're serving Sloppy Joes! Let's explore what Headlines stole the most shine from TV's highest rated Storylines. For us this week the news has been must see TV 4real! The Angela's will also chat about the never concluding reunion episodes for RHWATL. I can't wait to talk about what Appollo and Phadrea have to say for themslves. (Andy could've did that over Nene's 1 on 1. Just sayin...) BasketBall Wives Reunion show and the latest on the R&B Diva's of Atlanta. Plus, a lil Tea about the Marsha Ambrosius's Friends and Lovers Tour final first leg of the tour ending right here in sexy Las Vegas. Our 2nd TwerkOutWorkOut Event happening this Sunday May 18th, at 5pm. Practice your deep breathing now, Vegas has NEVER been this LIVE before. The Angela's are goin INNNNNN!!! Straight, No Chaser.
Join me tonight as we discuss hot topics like The Real housewives of Atlanta Reunion part 3
Willow smith’s conversational picture in bed with a 20 year old Disney actor
Apollo Nida guilty plea
Porcha Williams of ATL housewives preaching against gay and lesbianism
Monica Lewinsky come back,
Disturbing man on septa bus exposing himself on a bus
And many more topics join me tonight @9pm sharp, CALLERS WANTED!!
NBC space correspondant Jay Barbree, who has covered every manned space mission in U.S. history talks with NBC Digital science editor Alan Boyle about the just released Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight and the 45th anniversary of Apollo 11. Follow @B0yle
Tonight, on The Tatum Talks, join us as we discuss headlines from the week that everyone is talking about.
The L.A. woman that was punched in the face repeatedly by an officer of the law.
Apollo Nida's 8 year sentence, and whether or not it was a just penalty.
The controversial "N*gga in the White House" newspaper article.
Joan Rivers calls Michelle Obama a "tranny"
And plenty more...
We promise it will be a good time. Tune in and chime in!
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First Contact Radio 7/23/14 Show #1194 hosted by Joshua Poet
Highlights of Tarot
Tree of Life
This Week’s Sky at a Glance, July 18 – 26
Megadeth Drummer Nick Menza Records UFO In His Yard, July 14, 2014
UFO Signs Seen Around Aurora, Texas Warning of UFO Abduction, July 2014
Government Takes First Major Steps Towards UFO Disclosure
What Countries Disclosed UFO and Alien Documents?
Amazing UFO sighting over West Kelowna, Canada on 17th July 2014
Crop Circle found near Roydon, Essex, UK on 17th July 2014
A.R.E. Search for Atlantis Findings
The Lost Continent: Atlantis
Atlantis: The Lost Continent (Secret History Documentary)
Moon Landing Hoax Uncovered!
NASA Probe Sees Apollo 11 Moon Landing Site from Space
Wagging the Moondoggie
Jesus July 22, 2014
Agape Affirmation week of July 20, 2014
FREE Meditation Music "Reflections"
It's Moving Train Radio's 6 month anniversary program. Come celebrate with us!
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The week in review:
Apollo 11 45th anniversary
The troubles at Gaza / Israel
NYPD police brutality
INTRIGUED? You should be!
Listen to us Tuesday, July 22nd, 8:00pm EDT / 7:00pm CDT / 6:00pm MDT / 5:00pm PDT
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How does a show that begins with a lengthy discussion of Phil’s hairstyles thru the years end up being so darn inspiring?
When it’s YOUR Chillpak Hollywood Hour, of course!
On this week’s show, Dean and Phil discuss The Paramount Ranch, westerns, Chaplin, Alexander Payne, the moon landing and history belonging to those that move and delight us.
Dean shares great advice for comedy writers.
Phil explains both the good and the bad in our move to BlogTalkRadio.
Then, your friends in podcasting remember a famous werewolf, a punk rock icon, the Grand Dame of Broadway, the preeminent bass player of his generation, the last “real man”, a war hero and Olympian, and a 21 year-old actress and filmmaker.
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He is a songwriter, pianist, vocalist with a range spanning four octaves, and a linguist who speaks five languages. His name is Kenny Wesley. With two acclaimed projects, nine Washington-Area Music Award (Wammie) nominations, multiple collaborations and compilation features, and a slew of high-profile performances under his belt, including a 2nd prize win as the sole U.S. representative for the 2013 Montreux Jazz Festival’s Shure Vocal Competition, Kenny has firmly placed his stamp on the burgeoning modern music movement. His songs, fusing elements of funk, classical, folk and jazz, have been prominently featured on radio, film and TV – including the FOX series So You Think You Can Dance. A welcomed guest to festivals and legendary venues across the globe such as SXSW, The Kennedy Center, Blues Alley, Montreux Jazz Festival, Ronnie Scotts, The Fillmore, The Blue Note, Black Cat, Howard Theatre, Bohemian Caverns, and The Apollo Cafe, he has shared the stage with numerous artists and musicians including Alice Smith, Eric Roberson, Maysa, Vinx, Rachelle Ferrell, Stephanie Mills, Vikter Duplaix, Leela James, Federico Peña, Charnett Moffett, Frédéric Yonnet, Mino Cinélu, Debórah Bond, Kindred and The Family Soul, N’Dambi and Syleena Johnson.
Jane Oates is currently the Vice President for External Affairs at the Apollo Group. Prior to joining the Apollo Group in June, 2013, Ms. Oates served as the Assistant Secretary for Employment and Training at the U.S. Department of Labor. Immediately before joining the Obama Administration, Ms. Oates served as the Executive Director of the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education under Governor Jon Corzine.
For the preceding decade Ms. Oates worked as senior advisor to Massachusetts Senator Edward M. Kennedy. Her portfolio for the Senator included higher education, teacher preparation, research, workforce and training issues, national service and special populations. She was the lead staff on reauthorizations of the Higher Education Act, the Office of Educational Research, the National Science Foundation, the Carl Perkins Career and Technical Education Act and the Workforce Investment Act.
Earlier in her career Ms. Oates was the Director of Field Services at the Temple University Center for Research in Human Development and Education where she was engaged in research on inclusion, community schools, charter schools, and the work of the federally funded Mid-Atlantic Regional Educational Laboratory.
Ms. Oates began her career as a special education teacher in the Boston and Philadelphia public schools. She holds a BA in Special Education from Boston College and an M.ED in Reading from Arcadia University.
From 1947 to 1968, a series of four rocket-powered research aircraft provided American aircraft designers with the information and test data to build everything from early jet fighters like the North American F-86 Sabre, to the incredible speed, altitude, and stealth of the Lockheed A-12/ SR-71 Blackbirds. These aircraft, the X-1, X-1A, X-2, and X-15, literally took American aircraft design through the sound barrier, to hypersonic regimes above Mach 5. In addition, these aircraft demonstrated new materials, aerodynamics, systems, and even rocket engines that could be throttled. And in the case of the X-15, actually took pilots above the atmosphere and into space. Of of these amazing aircraft, it was the X-15 which was arguably the most productive and successful of the X-planes, flying 199 times and setting records which would only be broken by the arrival of the Space Shuttles in the 1980s. Flown by some of the most talented pilots of their generation, some, including Neil Armstrong, would go on to fly for NASA on Gemini, Apollo, and Shuttle missions. Today, the two surviving X-15s are prized museum exhibits, which still draw the attention of patrons from around the globe.
To learn more about the X-15 rocket plane, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guest this week is pilot, engineer, and aircraft designer Robert Passman, who spent much of his career working with rocket powered aircraft and spacecraft for the NACA, NASA, the U.S. Air Force, and CIA. Along with John Anderson, he is the co-author of the new book X-15 from Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press). Together they will go through the history of the X-15, including its heritage, design, pilots, missions and legacy. Listeners are encouraged to call in and offer their own questions and opinions on this landmark aircraft, in an hour that will highlight perhaps the greatest research aircraft of all time.
Peep Da Lodd Manafess Show Where We Build On Real Hip-Hop & Politx Sex,Single Father Hood etc Star Host Is The Raaddrr-Van. For many fans of true hiphop having the opportunity to discover an artist the caliber of RAADDRR VAN is akin to the experience of receiving a Christmas present in the July.
That's because Raaddrr Van embodies many qualites that a true emcee should possess. Great lyrical skill, excellent flow, pinpoint timing & delivery, intelligent content all encased within a powerful chrasmatic personality.
Sometimes working with a group works. Sometimes it creates an environment that nurtures creativity and makes everyone involved better at their craft. Sometimes it doesn't. For Illa Ghee, he found his time with Mobb Deep to be more representative of the latter rather than the former which is why he's chosen to distance himself from the Queensbridge team
Many are familar with the voice of this 2X Apollo winning songstress from her many Wu Tang features, most notably with Raekwon on Only Built for Cuban Linx, ("Rainy Dayz") on the original and "Have Mercy" which also featured Beanie Sigel on last year's NYTimes, Itunes & Global Grind hip hop album of the year), but not so with her name...Introducing Blue Raspberry,