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Join our host as he interviews Chef Rylon from Batter & Berries one of Chicago's Best Restaurants!
Batter & Berries is a bright cafe with creative french toast flights, omelets & other breakfast eats plus sandwiches & lunchtime favorites too. This show will be good!!!!!! Call in 347-205-9896
Address: 2748 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago, IL 60614
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Part 3 of 3: Originally Aired September 2, 2012
Dianne Linderman talks about not being afraid to start a business! She also continues her discussion on politics, and later in the show – shares a simple and delicious recipe for French Toast (done the right way!). Also on this segment – a brand new recipe for Coconut Cream Milkshake. Yummo!
http://www.everythingthatmattersradio.com/ and be sure to check out Dianne's cook book Everything That Matters in the Kitchen.
Tonight Bonnie Kaye's guest is author Ann Palmer who has a career not only as an author, but also as an actress, producer, model, and ordained minister specializing in creating beautiful marriage ceremonies.
Ann's long-time career was spent in Hollywood working in films and TV with many famous celebrities. She also appeared in Love With a Proper Stranger - Redline 7000 - Courtship of Eddy's Father - Goodbye Charlie - Bonnie and Clyde - Mail Order Bride - Mars Needs Women, Challenge, The Last Party (Robert Downey, Jr.) - Vegas Vacation - Conair - Something to Believe In - My Giant - Fear and Loathing - Chicago Hope, plus a French movie - Bold & Beautiful -Climax - Red Skelton - Heinz Theatre - Shower of Stars - Bachelor Father - Hallmark Hall of Fame - Divorce Court - Robin Hood and more. Ann was interviewed on Sally Jesse Raphael, Real People, Two on the Town, Sightings, and others, many national TV and radio commercials, (live and film Local, Regional and National).
Ann produced and hosted: "Ann Palmer in Beverly Hills"- "Women in the Power Years “ – plus a live call in show, (over 250 cable television programs) all pre-post production, won the 1994 Western W.A.V.E. award for directing and editing, plus hands on experience: host/producer director/editor /cameras/sound equipment/et al. Produced self-help audio tapes, authored two books so far, wrote articles, scripts for commercials, story ideas, synopsis, created and conducted workshops, classes and lectured from coast to coast.
Tonight we will highlight Ann's newest book Intermingled Destinies Between a Mother and a Daughter, an inspirational autobiographical account of her greatest tragedy and rebuilding of her life.
Two African greats one who nearly liberated nearly the entire continent of Africa from the Rothschild family to the African Che Guevera who freed Burkina Fasko from an oppressive government Thomas Sankara whose fight will always be remembered in Africa despite his brutal end to his revolutionary life who was ended by the French supported coup
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Tune in today from 3-5pm as I Co Host w/ Coco T, Arlene Romona, &Donna Djfemmie Jackson Mixtapes talking about the latest hot topics! Call in & Shout Out! 215-383-3759 3pm-5pm!
Charlotte Abotsi is a college student and poet hailing from Providence, Rhode Island. She was the Youth Grand Slam Champion at Providence Slam in 2013, taking her to her second Brave New Voices competition. She has competed in Oakland, CA and Chicago, IL. Charlotte has also been on the Providence Slam national adult team, competing in Boston, MA. In 2014, Charlotte won Providence Slam's Women of the World Poetry Slam qualifier taking her to Austin, TX to compete alongside 72 other poets. Charlotte works extensively with Providence Slam; specifically cultivating a safe space in the community and being the assistant coach for the youth program, while also being Providence Slam's booking coordinator. Other poets vaguely know who she is because she can never stop fangirling over all of them. French fries are the only thing she cares about.
Lee Vowell and Todd Vandenberg talk baseball, beer and preview the French Open. Ted Hicks sits this one out as he is an old, old man. The special guest on this episode is the awesome Dave Manel from Pittsburgh Pirates website, Buc's Dugout. Also, we have a special dedication!
"They began to do this quite well, and when I got to Paris and London--there are many Afro-Americans in Paris, and many in London. And in December--no, November--we organized a group in Paris and just within a very short time they had grown into a well-organized unit. And they, in conjunction with the African community, invited me to Paris, Tuesday, to address a large gathering of Parisians and Afro-Americans and people from the Caribbean and also from Africa who were interested in our struggle in this country and the rate of progress that we have been making. But since the French government and the British government and this government here, the United States, know that I have been almost fanatically stressing the importance of the Afro-American uniting with the African and working as a coalition, especially in areas which are of mutual benefit to all of us. And the governments in these different places were frightened because they know that the Black revolution that's taking place on the outside of their house--And I might point out right here that colonialism or imperialism, as the slave system of the West is called, is not something that's just confined to England or France or the United States. But the interests in this country are in cahoots with the interests in France and the interests in Britain. It's one huge complex or combine, and it creates what's known as not the American power structure or the French power structure, but it's an international power structure. And this international power structure is used to suppress the masses of dark-skinned people all over the world and exploit them of their natural resources. So that the era in which you and I have been living during the past ten years most specifically has witnessed the upsurge on the part of the Black man in Africa against the power structure. He wants his freedom." MALCOLM EL HAJI MALIK SHABAZZ
Welcome to another exciting guest on "Through The Looking Glass With Kinia Colbert"
Join me this week for a beautiful story by author Melissa Lee as she introduces her book: "Emmeline at Commander's Palace", you and your children will not only love the message from this really cute book, but you'll enjoy listening to Melissa Lee as she shares some of her most memorable moments when writing the story of Emmeline.
Emmeline at Commander's Palace Emmeline is a precocious little girl who lives in New Orleans and always has some kind of mischief going on! Join her as she spends the day, or at least tries to, at Commander's Palace, the famous Garden District restaurant. Complete with simple French recipes any child can follow, you'll fall in love with Emmeline.
"Tonight one of the things that has to be stressed is that which has not only the United States very much worried but which also has France, Great Britain, and most of the powers, who formerly were known as colonial powers, worried also, and that primarily is the African revolution. They are more concerned with the revolution that's taking place on the African continent than they are with the revolution in Asia and in Latin America. And this is because there are so many people of African ancestry within the domestic confines or jurisdiction of these various governments.
There are four different types of people in the Western Hemisphere, all of whom have Africa as a common heritage, common origin, and that's the--those of our eople in Latin America, who are Black, but who are in the Spanish-speaking areas. Many of them ofttimes migrate back to Spain, the only difference being Spain has such bad economic conditions until many of the people from Latin America don't think it's worthwhile to migrate back there. And then the British and the French had a great deal of control in the Caribbean, in the West Indies. And so now you have many people from the West Indies migrating to both London--rather both England and France. The people from the British West Indies go to London, and those from the French West Indies go to Paris. And it has put France and England since World War II in the precarious position of having a sort of a commonwealth structure that makes it easy for all of the people in the commonwealth territories to come into their country with no restrictions. So there's an increasing number of dark-skinned people in England and also in France." MALCOLM EL HAJI MALIK SHABAZ
I recorded an interview earlier today with French attorney "Lupin" who posts at the Obama Conspiracy Theory Blog. Lupin once and for all destroys the nonsense that Swiss philosopher Emerich de Vattel defined natural born citizen as require two citizen parents. I will take calls following the podcast portion of the show.
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