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Orange Avenue, a five-piece American Pop-rock band from the shores of Daytona Beach, talks about their new CD Small Victories and showcases their music on the Conversation Crossroad radio program's INDIEvening.
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Join Conversation Crossroad hosts Betty-Lynn White and Garrison Leykam for their INDIEvening interview with indie band Orange Avenue on Monday, May 30th at 7pm EST. Buzzworthy calls Orange Avenue's RESET EP "EXCELLENT"! "While their music has the energy of punk, it has the sheen of the best radio pop, calling to mind the likes of Goo Goo Dolls and Matchbox Twenty."
In the "Mostly hypothetical discussion" edition, Jeffrey and Chris discuss what Mets they would like to have a late night snack with, try to figure out what is going on with the Mets offense (and for the first time in the podcast's history, the incredulity is positive!), revel in the Summer of Flores, consider the near-term futures of Logan Verrett and Noah Syndergaard, and question the Nationals current PR strategy. Normally we would answer your e-mails next, but there are too many, and Jeffrey has no internet set up in his new apartment. So instead we just wrap things up with an IFK Goteborg update. (We will be back this weekend for all of your e-mails, which are now stretching into the double digits).
Imhotep Asis Fatiu, affectionately known as Baba Asis to many within Baltimore City, was born Antoin Torain on March 20 1971 to Marie and Connie Torain; the fifth of six children. During his youth, he grew up in the challenging Park Heights Neighborhood on Shirley Avenue where he was introduced to aggression, criminality, and all facets of street survival as early as age six. Contention within the socio-economic repressed neighborhood of Park Heights would engulf him causing young Antoin to engage in a series of acts which kept him in and out of juvenile courts and detention centers and would eventually lead him to being sentenced for 20 years in prison; of which he served 13 years and 9 months, being released in November of 2004. In Imhotep’s words, “I did not have the knowledge, skills or moral and structural support to succeed.”
From his 20 years of incessantly studying African history and culture, politics, psychology, sociology, and world history; Imhotep Fatiu emerged. Imhotep has spent years making amends to his community and ancestors for any wrongs done through his dedicated, unwavering and consistent efforts to teach, organize, empower, and heal the spirits and minds of Black people. His extensive experiences assessing the urban psyche, community organizing, experiencing the worst of European aggression, and using critical thought inspired Imhotep to develop a system of concepts and behavioral code entitled: UrBan Philosoph
Tonight I'll be talking to comedian/radio personality Brian Moote. Does the last name Moote sound familiar? Well it should, his younger brother Patrick was the star of @UnhungHero, which Brian makes a cameo. For more info on Brian visit his website at www.mootecomedy.com
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Maritalyn Koulebetouba - Actress on a mission
This BIGthinking actress is making her dreams come true 1 role at a time. A late bloomer that decided to go after her dreams she never looked back and moved forward with a plan that has worked for her lifestyle.
Orange Is The New Black, Under The Dome, Hatterbox, Escape To Tell are among a few of the movies and series she has acted in. Listen as she explains her work life / passion balance revealing tips to live your dreams.
Good morning all you crazy Hammerheads!!!! Join Hammer 96.7, along with me, Ellen Johnson, and the rest of the morning crew. We'll take you on a magical mystery tour, full of turns and maddening twists that will have you wondering where we will end up next.
Today on the show, Hammer will talk about what is happening with MVP On Demand, along with trending news, gossip and much more. So grab whateve liquid libationr gets you going in the morning(besides Brian), and come along with us.
Today's show is brought to you by the Williams Law Group LLC and by Loretta's Authentic Pralines---home of the world-famous sweet potato cookie.
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2 Timothy 1:6-8 (KJV)
6 Wherefore I put thee in remembrance that thou stir up the gift of God, which is in thee by the putting on of my hands.
7 For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.
8 Be not thou therefore ashamed of the testimony of our Lord, nor of me his prisoner: but be thou partaker of the afflictions of the gospel according to the power of God;
John and Dan preview everything you'll need to know about this Syracue football season -- from the big namse and important themes, to the little-known contributors and unsung storylines. They'll also offer predictions for 2015, and discuss beer, obviously.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015, 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
(2:00-4:00pm Mountain; 3:00-5:00pm Central; 4:00-6:00pm Eastern)
In the 1st hour, Dr. Evaggelos Vallianatos will share with Dr. Hildy about his book Poison Spring which documents the EPA's corruption and misuse of science and public trust. E. G. Vallianatos, who saw the EPA from the inside for more than two decades with rising dismay, reveals in Poison Spring how the agency has allowed our lands and waters to be poisoned with more toxic chemicals than ever. No one who cares for the natural world, or for the health of future generations, can ignore this powerful exposé.
In the 2nd hour Dr. Hildy will welcome Carol Van Strum author, A Bitter Fog: Herbicides and Human Rights, a true story of people living in the forests of Oregon fighting to protect their families and environment from Agent Orange poisons sprayed on them from the air. A Bitter Fog puts human faces on those who defied profiteering corporations and indifferent government agencies.
MUCH MORE HERE >>> https://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2015/08/26/dr-hildy-dr-vallianatos-carol-van-strum/
Matt Chatham and Brady Quinn continue their college football preview series of Power 5 conferences by headiing out to the ACC. Florida State has owned the conference in recent years, with most discussions centering on whether or not the strength of the conference was enough to keep FSU on top while staying undefeated.
The guys start by discussing this year's big Boston College vs Notre Dame game to be played November 21st at Fenway Park, and how cool games in historic venues can positiviely affect players and recruiting.
2015 figures to be a much more competitive affair at the top of the conference as question marks abound - specifically from a collection of close-but-not-quite-there programs like Clemson, Georgia Tech, Louisville, and Virginia Tech looking to climb to the top of the heap as Florida State reloads. The guys get into the keys to winning the conference, some sleeper schools to keep an eye on, and a discussion of the year ahead for some of the conference's best players.