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Kick your week off with Mentoring Monday, presented by 4wordwomen.org. This show features Auburn graduate Avery Dale who talks about her four years in college and grace filled mentoring from Sandra Crawford Williamson. This show is sponsored by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and travel journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for special discounts.
The new song to hit the airwaves tonight is calle Chase Paper by Johnny Afro.. tune in and hang out with me this evening. Hope you have a good time! I know I will be. It's been an interesting day today and I'm still charging up for a new work week but it hasn't started quite yet so spend the last bit of your weekend enjoyment with me tonight. I will be chatting with you soon!! Call in to the show if you would like at (646) 378-1541
Jen Adams and Gizmo join us with the Gizmo Report, followed by Mr. Pet Radio himself Steve Dale live from Chicago who will give us the latest news on the dog flu epidemic in Chicago, and the founder of the K9 Fit Club will tell us how to keep your dog lean and fit. Also joining us is the founder of Puppy Bumpers. Phone lines will be open during the segment with Gizmo and Steve Dale.
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On the lucky 13th episode of Mike on the Mic, Mike will cover a huge weekend in sports: the NBA Playoffs (Spurs-Clips Game 7!), the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Mayweather/Pacquiao, the Kentucky Derby and more!
-NBA Playoffs: Eight teams left: Hawks, Warriors, Cavaliers, Rockets, Bulls, Clippers, Wizards and Grizzlies. Who wins in Round 2 and why?
-Stanley Cup Playoffs: Also, eight teams remain in the chase: Rangers, Ducks, Canadiens, Blackhawks, Lightning, Wild, Capitals and Flames. Who advances to the Conference Finals?
-Mayweather/Pacquiao: Why did Floyd come out on top? What's next for Mr. 48-0? Is this the end for "Pacman"?
Tune in on Monday afternoon at 1 PM ET!
Paul Tran is a Vietnamese American historian and spoken word poet. He won "Best Poet" and "Pushing the Art Forward" at the national college poetry slam, as well as awards and fellowships from Kundiman, Poets House, Lambda Literary, Napa Valley, VONA, and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. His work can be found in CURA, Nepantla, cream city review, and RHINO, which selected him for the 2015 Editor's Prize. Since 2013, Paul has taught the Untitlement Project at New Urban Arts in Providence, Rhode Island, and coached the Brown University, Barnard College & Columbia University, and Providence youth slam teams. He currently lives in New York City, where he's writing his first book and working at New York University.
On tonight's episode of Talking in Circles; we discuss this weekend's events at Talladega Superspeedway. The NASCAR Xfinity Series race was clouded with controversy as Joey Logano won the Winn-Dixie 300, but the rules in the NASCAR Xfinity Series prohibit drivers from "push drafting." It was evident that no matter how big or how small, there was push drafting during that race, and some think that there should have been a different winner.
The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race, the Geico 500 was the exact opposite today. There was an early "big one" that was caused when Trevor Bayne got sideways in front of the field. This took out some early contenders in the race.
Other than that, there wasn't much action. Everyone was anticipating the others making their move with around 20 laps to go. No one did. No moves were made. A couple of drivers tried to get out of line, but no one gave them any help and Dale Earnhardt, Jr went on to the victory.
We'll discuss the strategy of the end of the race, and what just may be going through people's head at the end of the race.
Another week, another minority unfortunately dies at the hands of our nations finest. Yes our boys in blue don't seem to be slowing their roll of murder and mayhem. The story is similar to others, yet the details and laws that aided in the mishandling are slightly different.
Young Freddie Gray wasn't shot in the back. Details about how roughed up he was at the time of arrest differ, but one detail of this case made the public cringe, if for nothing more than the fact that the police couldn't reveal, by statute, what had happened to this young man after being loaded into the paddy wagon, not to mention his original sin was making eye contact and possibly heading the other direction.
After the police gave light chase, the apprehended him, restrained him with handcuffs, and caused enough pain that he was screaming in agony while being loaded into the wagon. They drove to the police precinct, and in that spat of time, Freddie's neck was 80% separated from his spine. They finally got him medical attention, where he slipped into a coma and passed away within a week.
Police offered no explanation, and why should they, Maryland has a law enforcement bill of rights that grants cops 10 to get their stories straight.As is now routine, angry protests followed, at first peaceful, but as Baltimore is a powder keg of inequality and racial tension, it soon escalated into riots the likes of which haven't happened since the great riots of the 60s when MLK was assassinated.
Is it finally time to address the underlying issues plaguing our society? What are they, and how to we appease the communities that are currently being disenfranchised by the symptoms of this divisive issue. The police are low hanging fruit in this grand problem. What is the root of it?
Dad Gone Mad joins Halloweens Jack and Jacqueline and Dale Kay. We'll wax on Horror Radio shows on the 'net.
The Laborers for Souls Harvest Ministry Broadcast with Prophet Dale C. Hopson is a half-hour of powerful prophetic word from God that will surely bless your life during the end times. Prophet Dale C. Hopson continues to travel locally and abroad, giving people a word from God in this season like never before. So, CALL, TEXT, INBOX a friend and love one and tell them Prophet Dale C. Hopson is LIVE on the air. For more information, go to: www.dchministries.org -or- www.facebook.com/dalechopson
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