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The K.D.O.C. (King of DC Media) hosts a special 4th of July episode of the Inside Acting Radio Show. Guests will be Richmond, VA-based actor Wesley Insley who played on episodes 1, 8 and 10 of AMC's Turn ( and co-founder of ScratchOut Creations), Barry Stevens, Ben Franklin impersonator, and returning guest Dylan Hintz fo the DC Stunt Coalition, who has performed stunts in TURN!
Read more about Barry here: http://www.benfranklinprinter.com/
Check out Wesley's crazy YouTube videos here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pw1IJcWmdI
Happy Independence Day!
Dads work hard and sweat to provide for their families. Dads shed tears of joy when they see their children succeed, tears of sadness when their kids feel pain, and induce tears in their kids when calling their daughters whores, and telling their sons that they throw like a girl. That is why IWS Radio is celebrating Father’s Day with a hilarious tribute to all of the dads out there, be they as wise as Ward Cleaver, or as edgy as Alec Baldwin. And…
How can we have Father’s Day without celebrating our nation’s Founding Fathers? Bobby Kraft will be interviewing 18th Century rock star, Benjamin Franklin. Jay, Matt, and the IWS Radio players are bringing the paternal funny as they celebrate Father’s Day and all the Daddy issues and Cry Daddies associated with it. All of that, plus your phone calls, so join in the Father’s Day fun with us.
I will tell you how to become a make up artist and where to get your supplies for a reasonable price, How to get the practice you need and where to go. how to cast mold, work with latex and dental casting. and making your resume to work on film or stage. Schools to learn more about make up. even learn about putting make up on models. working for magazines.
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Join in tonight as Ben-Real go in on the social science of the scripture and addresses some issues that's on the table.
This Week "The Mid Week Sports Rap" we will be talking about the continuing our Laker talk from the last episode as it appears that the Lakers have finally hired Byron Scott as their head coach. Also we have some big news coming out of training camps early on as Big Ben gets told that he will not be getting a long term extension this season. Also out of the NFL we have Marshawn Lynch getting told that he is not going to have his contract restructured after this years SuperBowl campaign. Jordy Nelson however was able to get a deal with the Packers done that seems to benifit both sides in the deal. We have all that and more coming up for you on this weeks edition of "The Mid Week Sports Rap" LIVE at 8 P.M. CST on Wednesday. As always you can feel free to give us your opinion at (347)838-8439.
On the next episode of 'The Standard is the Standard' you will hear nothing but Pittsburgh Steelers talk that will encompass everything from training cam updates to the team's plans on bringing back James Harrison and Brett Keisel. Here is a complete rundown of what we will be discussing:
Ben Contract Situation - Are the Steelers making a Mistake
Current Camp updates
- Early thoughts on camp
- Nagging injuries continue to mount, concerned?
- Biggest surprises, front runner for Isaac "Redzone" Redman Award
- Dri Archer - Worth the hype?
Brett Keisel and James Harrison - Bring them back, just one, or none?
Emmanuel Sanders' comments regarding Peyton's work ethic and backhanding Big Ben at the same time
Q&A from readers
Be sure to tune in at 11 p.m. ET to hear the best Steelers sports talk on the internet!
Tonight: Milford Schools Continuing Changes, Spare Some Change?, City Earners, Events, News, and much more!
Tonight we have much planned for you including some surprises. There is a big event coming up this weekend in the Walnut Beach area and Susan Patrick, owner of the Walnut Beach Creamery, will be calling in to give us the details. We are also waiting to hear back from another guest, the man in charge of the City, to see if he has a few minutes to call in... we may also have a special co-host joining us! Tune in tonight for all of your Milford news, events, and maybe even a few laughs... tonight at 8pm!
We are considered a very small show, but we are proud to not only interview the interesting people of Milford, but we are able to speak to guests such as John Ratzenberger, Dan Patrick, Governor Malloy, Tommy John, and many more. We may be small, but we are badass!
Make sure you join us tonight, without you we look like 2 dudes talking to each other with headsets on!
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CowboysNation.com has boots on the ground in Oxnard at the 2014 Dallas Cowboys Training Camp. Follow the action live from our sideline reporters and analyist as they call in their daily reports to Senior Analyst Rafel Vela.
Steven Van Over, Nate Doughty and Dan Turner fresh from the UK Desk have specific positions and players assigned to track throughout the 2014 Dallas Cowboys Training Camp. You can wait for other sites to put up their information later in the night and read about it the next day, or you can get it LIVE from eyes on the field at CowboysNation.com !
Check the website often as CowboysNation.com team of analyst and writers combine to give you the best Dallas Cowboys news and analysis on the web. http://www.cowboysnation.com
The boys are back and better than ever in a brand new show. The show begins with breaking news of a new contract extension for General Manager Ted Thompson, with speculation that an extension for Mike McCarthy is not to behind. Following that are a couple news tidbits about players coming off the injury lists, and an organization role for recently retired running back Johnathan Franklin.
After the news segment, the boys go behind the bench discussing whether the idea of Micah Hyde being the starting safety over first-round pick Ha Ha Clinton-Dix bothers them, before they check in on the tight end position battle in practice.
The summer conversation series continues this week with a discussion of the guys' favorite pre-Ron Wolf era player, before Ryan discusses some of the starters on special teams in the show's signature segment You're Gonna Want To Cut That.
From The Benches is one of the family of podcasts from the Packers Talk Radio Network, featuring hosts Jacob Westendorf, Ross Uglem, and Ryan Hillesland. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and subscribe over at iTunes.
Richard Street's Temptations/ Larry Johnson - Exclusive Interview - Wednesday, July 30 2014 - 5pm PST
Richard Allen Street (October 5, 1942 – February 27, 2013) was an American soul and R&B singer, most notable as a member of Motown vocal group The Temptations from 1971 to 1993. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Street was the first member of the Temptations to actually be a native of the city which served as Motown's namesake and hometown; all of the previous members were born and at least partially raised in the southern United States.Street was the lead singer of an early Temptations predecessor, Otis Williams & the Distants, and takes the spotlight on their local hit "Come On". The Distants also included future Temptations Otis Williams, Melvin Franklin, and Elbridge "Al" Bryant, who left The Distants and their record deal with Johnnie Mae Matthews' Northern Records to form The Elgins (later The Temptations) with Eddie Kendricks and Paul Williams. After their departure, Matthews had Street briefly lead a new Distants group in the early 1960s.During the mid-1960s, Street performed with a Motown act called The Monitors, who had only one minor hit, 1966's "Greetings (This is Uncle Sam)", to its name. They also had a big hit in 1965 called "Say You" which the Temptations included on one of their albums.Street knew the Temptations and Otis Williams, in particular, having worked for Motown in quality control and through his vocal work with the Distants and the Monitors. By the late-1960s, Street was being called upon to travel with The Temptations and sing Paul Williams' parts from off-stage, while Paul Williams, who suffered from both alcoholism and sickle-cell disease, danced and lip-synched onstage. Street officially replaced Paul Williams in mid-1971, after both he and Eddie Kendricks left the group.
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