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  • 00:55

    Shakespeare's in the Alley: Artist Skye's Event at Woodwalk Gallery

    in Lifestyle

    On Thursday October 8th, Going Home with Tony will broadcast live from the spectacular Woodwalk Gallery in Egg Harbor Wisconsin.  Host Tony Scimeca and cohost Claudia Scimeca will talk with artist Skye whose installation "Shakespeare's in the Alley: A Tribute to Bob Dylan" will be shown from October 7-19th .  Skye will share her journey and the vision that led her on the path to create forty four banners made of natural hemp fabric and stenciled with the lyrics/poetry of Bob Dylan.  The banners ranging from 9 feet long to 27 feet long will be suspended from the rafters to give the visitor a unique way to experience Bob Dylan's genius.  We will also talk with gallery owners Margaret Lockwood and Allin Walker to learn about their journey with the Woodwalk Gallery. This will be a special show you won't want to miss so tune in live at five ( 5:00 PM CDT ) on October 8th.  

    You can find out more about Skye and the gallery she and her husband artist Peter Ciesla own in Bailey's Harbor, Bazyli Gallery, by going to their website.  You can also find them on Facebook.  

  • 02:21

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

  • 02:26

    We Are Everyday People - South Shore Tars For Life - Host Keith Bledsoe.

    in Current Events

    This evening Thursday 10/8 at 7pm on  “We Are Everyday People” global internet radio.

    My “scheduled” guest is Marc Gordon: Singer, Songwriter, Producer, & Co-founder of the Legendary R&B Group LeVert  We’ll talk about the original LeVert, and the new LeVert II.

    Also, Part 5 of “South Shore Tars For Life”. I continue to keep alive the vibe from the SSH “75” reunion with alumni guests and more interviews from the picnic.

    My Alumni guest will be highly accomplished mortician Leon Candy Grey “SSH 75”. We will discuss mortuary science, life itself, and the sensitive human psychological perspective from someone who is consistently confronted with the end results from the violence in our cities.



    in Culture

    Same #BUD #TIME same BUD #CHANNEL Weednesday nights 9:00-11:00 with your host Dusty Bowlz 

    (Be sure to share this link. It's the best way to listen to the live broadcast) 

    We have another amazing #Guest lined up for all our #LMPG listeners this evening. Tonight Antoine B. Watkins Sr of Voltron Productions Studios, and Director of the film Legalized 4:20 in Georgia. He will be on the show this evening to discuss the current climate in Georgia and to talk about his film and much more. 

    We will also be discussing what separates the California Cannabis Hemp Initiative 2016 from all the other initiatives. I'm hearing squeaks from the peanut gallery this week. The "all or nothing" or "stoners against legalization" phrases are being tossed around and coming out of the woodwork. So we are going to be discussing this heavily this evening. Feel free to call in and ask any questions or share your opinion. 

    More amazing #Music from new #Artists, #Musicians, and #Bands. You will hear from the #Terpsichords, #DIgginDirt, #HighPraise, #Aphrodesia, #Ancestree, and #HopSauce. Go check these guys out @ bandcamp.com and on social media. We will be discussing #Events that the #CCHI2016 has planned or will be attending. We will also be chatting #News and #Grow Tips and Tricks. 

  • Indigo children how they grow up what are we thinking?!?

    in Radio

    Indigo children how they grow up what are we thinking?!? On the show we will be touching on some documented information in this regard. How to recognize a indigo child or adult. What is a good diet for this special kind of being. How to train to remember the passed and what tools to use now that we recognize the special individual for who they are. Tune in and vibe with us. Bring you information and feel free to share. Are we all in our own right indigo children who have evolved into adults? If so how do we remember who we are? Hotep family Ase' your Sis Star Queen Latiqua and Bro. Khaos (Black)!

  • 02:00

    The Cypher

    in Entertainment

    Remember those brothers who brought you a little late night talk show "...Where REAL MEN Talked" a while back? Well...




    Presenting "The Cypher"! Another late night talk show featuring "Bigg" Rich Muscadin, Ray "The Atypical" Jones, and Timothy 'DJ Kemetik' Sifford. It's going to be more of the same topics, more of the same vibe, more of the same profoundness and MUCH MORE of the same hilarity! So get ready for another 90 minutes of REAL TALK from some of the most impassioned brothers on the Internet. This Wednesday, and every Wednesday night starting at 10 pm EST. In addition, listeners will also be able to weigh in with their thoughts and questions as well, by hitting us up at 818-369-0344. Make sure you have us tuned in and locked.


    New name, same brothers, elevated attitudes! It's The Cypher...Tapping Into Your Subconscious!

  • 01:12

    The Answer To Why Black Folks Aren't Attracted To S.T.E.M.

    in Politics Progressive

    There is a reason why Black Afrikan people are not attracted to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in great numbers. The answer is shockingly simple to the point of lunacy. Tune in to find out the obvious answer just in case you haven't figured it out yet. 

  • 01:01

    Review of Long Island Medium and Monica the Medium TV... Live On Air Readings

    in Spirituality

    Feeling doubts about your future? Needing someone to confirm your own Intuition? Wishing you could contact a crossed over loved one? Search no moreRenowned Medium and Psychic Rachel M. Silva | Minnesota Medium is here to guide you through those tough times and communicate with those who have crossed over. Call in to receive your Spirit Communication or Psychic Guidance today! 

    Rachel will have a short "talk" session in the beginning about a specific top of choice... anything from sharing a personal experience, to talk about soulmates, astrology or the details of past readings. The topic is chosen moment to moment and Rachel discusses topics that she is moved to speak of by Spirit. 

    Rachel M. Silva is a Medium (Spirit communicator) Who communicates with crossed over loved ones and Pets and a Psychic sharing her Intuitive Guidance with all. Rachel has been featured on Fox21 News, Saint Paul Pioneer Press, many Radio Shows Including the Nancy Pristine Show and Calling Out with Susan Pinsky. Hosts live Gallery Events all over Minnesota and Wisconsin and beyond. Rachel was born a Medium since birth and has spent a lifetime perfecting her gifts. 

    *** The best way to communicate with a loved one that has crossed over is by booking a sessions with Rachel Via Skype Video, Phone or In Person (if you are in the Duluth, MN \ Superior, Wi Area. www.minnesotamedium.com Monthly Facebook Drawing giving away a FREE 60 Minute Skype Reading! Click HERE

  • Enlightening Life with Jennifer Hoffman, inspiring info, readings & more

    in Spirituality

    Welcome to the Enlightening Life radio show, a resource for spiritual and self empowerment, presented by Jennifer Hoffman, top selling author, intuitive energy alchemist, spiritual teacher, and your resource for rich, happy and successful high vibe living. In this 90 minute show I will be providing you with resources to enlighten your life, including discussion of our weekly newsletter topics. Since 2003 I have written the weekly Enlightening Life newsletter, whose 2 million+ weekly readers call its messages highly accurate and timely. This venue allows me to add another dimension to the information I receive. I welcome your calls and questions and will also provide free short readings on the show. I hope you visit us regularly and use this resource to find help and peace on your spiritual path. Listen each Wednesday at 8PM US Central time or check out our archives. Visit my website at www.urielheals.com and www.enlighteninglife.com. Thank you for being here. Many blessings

  • 02:06

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    Keith Wallace is a third year M.F.A. actor at UC San Diego. He joins us to talk about The Bitter Game, a new work debuting this weekend at LaJolla Playhouse in San Diego. The director was recently seen in the East Bay directing Ubuntu Theatre's Brothers Size.  Mr. Wallace holds a B.A. in Drama from Morehouse College and is an alumnus of The British American Drama Academy.

    Maurice Poplar, Los Angeles based writer & filmmaker, speaks about his essay, Frankenstein Was a Black Dude. He is also directing the film: Donovan Quixote which traces the story of a young man through adulthood as he deals with the realities of the difficulties of growing up as a black man in America.

    Azadeh Zohrabi is the National Campaigner at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights where she works with communities and policy makers on ending mass criminalization and incarceration. Azadeh previously worked as a Soros Justice Fellow at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children where she served on the litigation team representing Pelican Bay prisoners in the federal lawsuit which resulted in a landmark agreement to end indefinite solitary confinement in California.

    Zoe Willmott, Project WHAT! Program Manager is also an alumnus. A native of San Francisco, Ms. Willmott came to Community Works after graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies and Race and Gender History of the United States from Barnard College of Columbia University.

    Tailani Crawford, Project WHAT! Youth Advocate is 16 years old and is a Junior at Castro Valley High School. The Oakland native has been a youth advocate at the agency for 3 years now, where she has trained to over 100 service providers on how to better support and empathize with youth with incarcerated parents. Tailani is a college-bound junior with plans to one day return to work as full-time staff at Project WHAT!, and is also interested in pursuing physical therapy for sports.

  • 02:00

    Black Love & Relationships

    in Culture

    Black Love &Relationships will be on the air this Tuesday October 6th at 6 PM EST. discussing
    Social media: how much is too much and are you getting enough?
    Our special guest Apryl Beverly the "Word Stylist" will supply the listeners with her story, and how she decided to leave her job to become and entrepreneur.
    She will also give great tips on maximizing and sharpening your marketing skills. We hope you can join us!
    Black Love and Relationships is a place where we promote love and unity among melanated brothers and sisters. Our commitment is to promote love, peace, and unity between all of the survivors of the global diaspora. Every week we will bring you hot topics that delve into the Black experience.

    We will discuss relationships, hardships, and solutions. Join SiSi Harry and a special guest every Tuesday at 6:00 PM PST as we explore, discuss, and sometimes debate Black relationships, Black family, Black history, and Black culture. Feel free to call in with any questions you may have regarding these topics.

    Call in at (917)889-2830