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GRAMMY WINNER® MELISSA MANCHESTER RELEASES YOU GOTTA LOVE THE LIFE, HER FIRST STUDIO ALBUM IN A DECADE, ON FEBRUARY 10, 2015 Special Guests Include Al Jarreau, Dave Koz, Keb’ Mo’, Joe Sample,
The buoyant title track opens the album with Gershwin/Tower of Power-inspired horn fanfare and gutsy, autobiographical lyrics. “I wanted to lay claim to my version of a show biz song,” she says. “‘You Gotta Love The Life’ is really that macro- and microcosm, realizing with time and maturity that talent is only the point of departure. Talent is that central nugget, but it’s the reality of the life and the grind that you face every single day. You have to be okay with this version of normal and it’s really not for anybody who has any reservations.” Lead single “Feelin’ For You,” which goes to radio on January 19, is a snaky, flirty tune with electrifying guitar work from Keb’ Mo’ and demonstrates how even a brief conversation can serve as a jumping-off point for a song. Years ago, Manchester was approached by a drunk in a juke joint. She rebuffed his advances but took home his rejected response of “Oh, that’s too bad because I got a feeling for you.” “I thought, ‘I can write that song’,” she recalls. Citrus College, where Manchester is an honorary artist in residence, provided her and co . Manchester co-wrote “Other End of the Phone” with the legendary Hal David, marking theironly collaboration and his last lyric
The final full month of the 2014/15 Boston Celtic schedule is here. The Celtics are in the midst of a highly congested playoff race which features 6 teams fighting for the 7th and 8th seeds in the Easter Conference. The Celtics, Nets, Heat, Pistons, Pacers and Hornets all sat within 2.5 games of each other when the Celtics Talk Crew was last on the air on February 26th. Since that time the Celtics played 4 games 3 of which took place at TD Garden. They hosted the Hornets then played at the Cavaliers. Then hosted the Warriors and the Jazz. 2 of those games were against the teams many feel will be facing off against one another in thi years NBA Final's. So how did the Celtics stack up against the 2 teams many feel are the NBA'S best. Did the Celtics draw closer to the 7th and 8th seed or did they fall farther behind the pack. What did we see from Isaiah Thomas and Jonas Jerebko in what was arguably the 2 biggest games in their short stints with the Celtic's. The Celtics Talk Crew will discuss that and all the other latest news from the Boston Celtic's. On this episode they will be joined by Bobby Krivitsky. Bobby is a writer and editor for CLNS Radio and Hardwood Houdini. On-Air Personality & Producer for Citrus TV and Z89 Radio
In this special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald, discuss current events and news about neonicotinoids. Joining the conversation will be Mr. Tim Tucker, President of the American Beekeeping Federation. Some of the topics for this evening’s show will include the recent EPA’s Pesticide Program Dialogue Committee Webinar, emergency registration for Clothianidin in citrus, how Bayer intends to tackle Sudden Death Syndrome and more! Stay tuned!
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FOUNDING OF ROSEWOOD
Rosewood was established around 1870 in Levy County, Florida on a road leading to Cedar Key and the Gulf of Mexico. It is believed to have taken its name from the abundant red cedar trees that grew in the area. Rosewood prospered as the Florida Railroad established a small depot to handle the transport of cedar wood to the pencil factory in Cedar Key and the transportation of timber, turpentine rosin, citrus, vegetables, and cotton. In 1890, the cedar depleted and many of the white families moved to Sumner, three miles west of Rosewood, and worked at the newfound saw mill established by Cummer & Sons. By 1900, Rosewood had a majority of black citizens.
On the morning of January 1, 1923, Fannie Coleman Taylor, a white woman and homemaker of Sumner Florida, claimed a black man assaulted her. Although she was not seriously injured and was able to describe what happened, she allegedly remained unconscious for several hours due to the shock of the incident. No one disputed her account and no questions were asked. It was assumed she was reporting the incident accurately.
James Taylor, a foreman at Cummer & Sons saw mill and Fannie Taylor's husband, assembled a vicious mob and ordered tracking dogs. The local white community became enraged at the alleged abuse of a white woman by a black man; it was an unpardonable sin for any black man to gaze upon a white woman and he most certainly could not touch one.
James Taylor requested help from Levy County and neighboring Alachua County, where a staged Ku Klux Klan celebration was ending on the courthouse square in downtown Gainesville, Florida. A large number of KKK members had been rallying and marching in opposition of justice for black people on December 31, 1922, leading up to the January 1, 1923 Rosewood massacre.
The Last night of Evangelist Yolanda Henderson's 4 part series of food cures from the bible with special guest musician Normal Henderson JR. Enjoy Live music as we usher in healing as music therapy. Call in live for questions or concerns
Yolanda desires to educate you on what thus says The Lord about your natural healing and tips from the Bible.
Learn how doctors and patients have used these commonly available foods and herbs to achieve lasting relief from everything from canker sores and high blood pressure to tuberculosis, cancer, and heart disease.
Find out the herb that helps with hepatitis, anorexia, and liver problems
discover the fruit used for urinary tract infections
discover bed wetting cures and food for insomnia
Call Yolanda for a consultation about your health she is a certified holistic health coach drugless practitioner, is founder of gift of life community home inc Dallas, the holistic society and holistic braid bar. Join every Monday night @7:00pm CST.
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Turmeric has incredible anti-inflammatory properties. We likely all struggle with some sort of inflammation in our bodies, so the more anti-inflammatory foods we can consume the better. Turmeric also helps improve immunity to colds and viruses, and it acts as a detoxifier that has a great impact on liver health.
How to enjoy it: Turmeric works great in curry recipes and pairs well with citrus flavors. I like to season my soups and sometimes stir fries with turmeric. It also pairs well with eggs, or you can mix it into tomato sauce.
Kale is already a well-known superfood. Kale is packed with vitamin K, a cancer preventative, vitamin A, wonderful for vision, and is loaded with iron, important for blood health. It also has plenty of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties. It acts as a great detoxifier for the body and supports liver health. Additionally, it's high in calcium, which supports bone health.
How to enjoy it: I love to sauté my kale with lemon juice and olive oil (the lemon helps your body absorb the iron); blend it into juices or smoothies, or bake it drizzled with olive oil at 400 degrees to make kale chips.
Hemp seeds are a great vegan option for protein, as they contain all the essential amino acids our bodies need. They're also full of antioxidants from vitamin E, and are a great source of essential fatty acids, meaning they can act as an anti-inflammatory. Additionally, hemp seeds are high in fiber and contain calcium and magnesium.
How to enjoy it: I sprinkle hemp seeds on everything. I love them on top of a smoothie, sprinkled them over my salads, and even use them on top of a stir-fry. They're the perfect addition to just about anything.
Smoking Monk from Drew Estate brings something completely new to the table. These handmade cigars are specially blended to pair with a specific style of craft beer so that the cigar enhances the flavor notes in the beer and vice versa. Cigars and beer – great alone, but better together, and with these exciting blends from Drew Estate, you're about to fall in love with both even more.
Hefewiezen – Mild-bodied with creamy notes of vanilla and a sweet finish
Imperial Stout – Hearty, medium to full-bodied blend with nuances of cacao and sweetened dark roast coffee
American IPA – Medium-bodied with a zesty flavor profile of citrus, spice, and slight smoky finish
Porter – Well-balanced, medium-bodied blend filled with notes of dark chocolate, coffee, and caramel
Triple Belgian – Medium to full-bodied with a rich, complex tobacco flavor and a spicy finish
We are smoking the Imperial stout- drinking North Coast Brewing Old Rasputin, American IPA – drinking Stone IPA and the Triple Belgian – drinking Chimay White
I am a native Floridian raised in Miami.
I attended (then) Miami-Dade Junior College and then Florida State University majoring in Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management. I worked in the restaurant business for eight years.
By 1981 I began my career in radio and television broadcasting as a news reporter and anchor. For the next 18 years I worked in the media in Nevada and California before returning to Florida in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach Counties.
In 1999 I began my career with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services as the primary spokesman for the Citrus Canker Eradication Program. I am currently a Public Information Officer for the department and based in South Florida.
It’s New Year’s Eve and The Frat House Gang just does not want to let go of 2014 . . . or the NFL season. Nonetheless, they run around the league and look at the fallout from “Black Monday” plus some recent “bad boys”: Johnny Manziel, Josh Gordon, and Ndamukong Suh. Oh, and let the QB controversies begin starting with Kyle Orton and Kirk Cousins.
It’s become an annual Frat House Sports Show tradition to take a look at the biggest January 1st Bowl games, and this year we get some help and keeping it light and amusing with our friend, Eric Purdy giving our picks on the Outback Bowl, Cotton Bowl, Citrus Bowl, Rose Bowl, and Sugar Bowl.
We've got "4 Minutes of Football" . . . AND, our picks for this weekend’s Wild Card games: Arizona Cardinals – Carolina Panthers / Baltimore Ravens – Pittsburgh Steelers / Cincinnati Bengals – Indianapolis Colts / Detroit Lions – Dallas Cowboys.
With all of this and much more coming live, you know you want to listen up and chime in. Jump right in with the guys at 347 - 826 - 9964!
You'll never think of an ice cream pop as common when you've tried Buzz Bar, pops infused with real alchohol and not simply the flavor. There are presently six flavors. Larry King Heart Bar of berry sorbet and merlot wine. The Buzz Café of coffee ice cream and Irish Cream. Blitzed Berry with strawberry ice cream and rum. Bourbon Street Chocolate has chocolate ice cream and whiskey. Citrus Berry Drop with raspberry lemon drop sorbet and lemon vodka. The Drunken Cookie of cookies and cream ice cream with bourbon. Vanilla Daze has vanilla ice cream with cognac. Amy Freeman will give us the lowdown. . www.buzzbaricecream.com
Going to Charleston, South Carolina? There are various tours going but Bulldog Tours has a culinary tour that not only takes you for the tastes of low country cuisine, gives you history of the area as well. Kathy will take us on this tour. www.bulldogtours.com
Presented by India Irie, Rhonda Paolo & Kami Be w Honoured Guest, Victoria Maree
The standard American diet consists of mostly acid forming foods. Fake fats, sugar, high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), bleached white flours made into breads and pastry is extremely acid forming. You should focus on eating a diet of 60-80% alkaline foods daily. Real nutrition can be found in a diet high in a wide variety of veggies that are eaten every day, all day! Focus on fresh organic green veggies, fresh smoothies as well as green super foods such as chlorella. Fruits of all types, even citrus fruits that are considered acid, are all alkaline forming. The increased consumption of fruits and vegetables in an alkaline diet may benefit bone health, reduce muscle loss through lack of physical activity as well as reduce cases of other chronic diseases such as hypertension, type 2 diabetes and stroke.
The true benefit of eating an alkaline diet is that it is high in the minerals and phytonutrients needed by your body to grow and maintain itself. An increase in magnesium that may enter the cell is another added benefit of the alkaline diet. This is one of the greatest benefits of eating lots of green leafy vegetables. Readily available magnesium, which is required to activate vitamin D, would result in numerous added benefits in the body. Work a variety of dark leafy greens into every meal over the course of the day. Order some spinach as a side dish, add a garden salad to your lunch, snack on kale chips, make a green veggie juice smoothie or mix up some powdered greens with your early morning juice.
LanceScurv goes in on the recent Electric Daisy Carnival that was held in Orlando Florida because of the underlying issues that this event revealed that many who live in Central Florida refuse to acknowledge.
For those who do not live in Orlando and visit as a tourist, there is a fierce takeover of many Black neighborhoods here by corporate interests that are backed by the local government who are both driven by greed and other self serving motivations.
Most who live here and abroad who occupy these key positions in government, law enforcement and media know exactly what is going on and work together seamlessly to orchestrate the obvious gentrification that has eaten away at these traditionally Black neighborhoods like a cancer.
The Black communities such as the Callahan, Parramore, Washington Shores and Orange Center areas as well as the eventual covert and well planned takeover of the Richmond Heights/Carver Shores neighborhoods have forces at play that are very aggressive yet thrive under the radar of those who do not have any contact in these areas.
Because of the media and how they slant their coverage of the aforementioned areas, the general consensus of those who don't live there is that it's a drug infested, downtrodden, crime ridden burden to society and a blight on the beautiful face that Orlando shows to the world who arrive here in record numbers to eagerly enjoy a wonderful vacation in the manufactured engineered paradise that we all know Orlando to be.
The Black residents who live in these neighborhoods are regularly demonized by the media making it a bit easier to not hear their cries of harassment when the police do just that in blatant fashion.
The Blacks who live there in the minds of those who are bloodthirsty for that precious real estate that lies underfoot must be banished from there by any means necessary so that they can move on with the business at hand.