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The Big Jack and Dan the Man agree that the greatest job in the world is to cover sports. Whether it is in our backyard with Jay Cutler and the Bears, D Rose and the Bulls. Does Money win Championships. Will the Seahawks repeat? Who is the favorite in the NBA East, Bulls or Cavs? But don't forget about Melo and the Knicks. Dan the Man didn't and won Sports Time Radios first Yahoo Fantasy Basketball League, not only defeating The Big Jack but also Sports Time Radio's resident Fantasy Expert, Mr Fantasy! Think you can beat Mr Fantasy, Dan the Man or The Big Jack, join our leagues! This year we begin our first Yahoo Fantasy Hockey League. Both the NBA & NHL fantasy drafts are auction style. Strategize with us on air with us @ (646) 478-3753...
Today is not a fantasy, as Chris Hagstrom from the South Bend Cubs joins us to discuss the new venture the Chicago Cubs have entered into with the former South Bend Silverhawks. We'll of course talk some Theo and Jed. Will we see Addison Russell in South Bend anytime soon? Get your questions ready for Chris!
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Chicago Alliance Of African American Photographers Captures These Times To Teach History To Future G
A picture is worth a thousand words, as the saying goes. While cell phone cameras an I-pads have given the average person an opportunity to become a news reporter and Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and other social media have given everyone a platform to share images, society still depends on the trained eye, skilled hands, and special equipment of the professional photographer whose newspaper and magazine images freeze those memorable moments in time and preserve them as history lessons for future generations. Today members of the Chicago Association of African American Photographers (CAAAP) discuss their mission of capturing these historic times and defining the African American experience for future generations
2014 is coming to a close and all over the country organizations are gearing up for their Year End Ask. Some organizations are not large but community based, take care of youth, seniors, and the disabled, defend the weak and support the strong and most important STAND UP for the LGBTQ Community. Many of these organizations thrive off of the help and support of everyday people and their donations of money, time, and other resources. Can We Talk for REAL co-host, Ina, Michelle and Terry would like for everyone to join us as we explore the true meaning of GIVING. Listen in Wednesday night as 4 organizations talk about their programs, their future, their wish list and others ways you can be a part of GIVING BACK. It is important to know that you have organizations that can step in and assist if you need them now or in the future. The sad part is if we don’t help, then who will? These organizations are our DIAMONDS and we need to make sure they shine BRIGHT. Opportunities are always presenting themselves and if you want to volunteer some time, if you want to write a check or if you have ideas that would further the organizations mission, join us. Wednesday Night we welcome to CWT4R, the Ruth Ellis Center with Jerry Peterson, Affinity with Jerrell Clayton, Chicago House with James Lobianco, and Gloria’s Helping Hands with Tiara Thomas.
Taylor Mason’s quick wit, flawless delivery and polished material make him a hit with audiences of all ages. He is a ventriloquist, musician and stand-up comedian.
He has carved out a career in comedy and entertainment that has taken him around the world and into living rooms across the United States for the past 25 years. He’s won multiple, prestigious entertainment awards, appeared on a myriad of television programs, helped craft and performed in television commercials, wrote a book on ventriloquism for Penguin Publishing, and on and on.
He has a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture from the University of Illinois and a master’s degree from The Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. His experience as a comedy writer and performer has taken him from The Second City Theater in Chicago to headlining gigs at every major comedy club across the country. He’s as comfortable writing and executing humor for corporate clients like Microsoft and Wal-Mart as he is doing a show for teens or children on a Disney Cruise ship. He’s performed for countless church functions. He’s done bar mitzvahs and synagogue shows. He continues to sell out comedy clubs and is requested at college campuses.
It’s impossible to put Taylor Mason in a box. You cannot define his audience, because his act transcends demographics and niches. It’s a throwback and yet it’s contemporary. He’s inclusive, he’s genuinely interested in his audience and he’s 100% committed to every performance, every project, and every single job he takes.
There is no way to describe what he does, because combining ventriloquism, music and comedy is unique to Taylor Mason and quite literally needs to be seen to be believed.
This Special Fashion Edition Of The Literary Corner Is For All People Who Are In The Fashion Industry. You Will Gain Information About The Ladies Of Trendz & Tresses. They Will Share The Up’s & Downs’s Of Pulling Off A Stellar Fashion Show-Tour, With Models, Entertainment, Vendors & The Other Cast Of Characters Needed To Rock The Runway In A Showcase Extravaganza!
This Show Will Provide Specific Information About The Last Leg Of The Tour, To Be Held In Atlanta On March 29th, 2015! If You Are A Model, Designer, Boutique Owner, Stylist, Makeup Artist, Photographer, Videographer, Vendor, ETC… Seeking Broader Opportunities To Be Seen, Discovered, Show Off Your Talent, Sell Your Goods…Be On The Air on Wednesday 12/17/14 from 8-10 PM. EST. (347) 884-8924 or listen at> http://tobtr.com/s/7190991
I will Also Be Introducing My New Show On TLC “The Fashion Report” Is Going To Be Your Fashion “Go To” Blog Talk Radio Show Hosted By Model Justin DeAmelia & Fashion Stylist/Designer Rashad Corey. My Boy’s Will Discuss What’s Hot, What’s Not & Hot Mess, Celebrity Fashions, What’s Trending, Fashion Do’s & Don’ts as well as having Fashion Guest On The… In Studio Red Carpet, Tune In For Details!!!
Its Music Wednesdays with Nikki Rich of the Nikki Rich Show. We have exciting segnments starting at 5:15pst. Servetta McDowell " Your Voice Radio", Resse Miller "Vibin with Resse" and Gianni CJ Valention " Fashion Inspiration. Call in to hear 323.580.5749 TheNikkiRichShow.com
Jim & Joe Rizoli, the Rizoli Twins, are long-time anti-illegal immigrant champions, but most noted, and reviled, for their confronting the lies promulgated by Organized Jewry regarding the mythilogical "Holocaust". The brothers have courageously taken their battles right onto the streets of Boston and produce four shows a month for their local cable access station in their community of Framingham, MA, the largest town in the United States.
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Jeff Gonzales was raised in Phoenix's East Valley, writing songs for his first band The Dirt Bike Kids at 15. He then served as bassist/vocalist of Tempe's Loud Americans, with the late Marco Holt. In 2005, he joined psychedelic pop band Skybox, relocating with them to Chicago. During this time he began to write and perform as a solo artist, embracing more traditional folk and country music in his songwriting, and testing his songs out at the El train stops in the Windy City. Gonzales later returned to Arizona and recorded his solo debut, The Lights Just Went Out..., which he produced with Aaron Ott. The 6-song EP earned him high praise, including Songwriter of the Year honors from YabYum Music & Arts. A new record is currently in the works, with the single The Robin & Birch Tree to precede the new record, sometime in 2015.
D.G. Scherrer is a singer-songwriter and award-winning poet from Phoenix, AZ. He began writing and singing songs when he was twelve years old, as the front man for a junior high school punk band. Since then he has become something of a songwriter's songwriter, crafting dark, catchy, lyrically sophisticated tunes in the tradition of Leonard Cohen and Townes Van Zandt. Still, the bite and immediacy of punk remains apparent in his songs, as well as in the sheer volume of his voice when he roars a chorus. Scherrer draws heavily on older American music forms, particularly blues, gospel and country.
For about 2 years Amir Arrahim was the Atlanta Men's Fashion Examiner
Amir Arrahim has studied and observed men's fashion since he was 12 years old. He says, "It's my life's passion to be very involved in this tradition and this industry. I have also designed many garments over the past 25 years in the style of Bespoke designs. My entire wardrobe is full of my own designs. In the very near future I will be introducing my very first apparel line. Everyday of my life is either spent writing, creating, studying, designing or imagining how I will be introduced to the world of men's fashion and apparel." http://www.examiner.com/mens-fashion-in-atlanta/amir-arrahim
Welcome to another edition of INtheZONE! Week 15 saw the Dallas Cowboys take out their division rival Philadelphia Eagles with a dominant performance from Dez Bryant. On the contrary, the Green Bay Packers were dismantled by the Buffalo Bills and now find themselves in a tie with the Detroit Lions for the NFC North. The playoff picture is somewhat clearer in the AFC, yet still muddy in the NFC. Join Ed Lindsay and Kevin Hill as they breakdown all the action from week 15, complete with predictions for week 16.