• 02:03

    The Collective: Greg Oden, Riley Cooper, Batman/Superman

    in Entertainment

    Hosts: Martin Soaries, Tommy Hill, Lawrence & Jason Reels
    Topics:
    NBA - We discuss the Detroit Pistons adding guard Brandon Jennings and the Miami Heat signing center Greg Oden.
    NFL - We discuss the NFC East division, Riley Cooper, and news from training camp.
    What We Hear - Our hosts share what they're listening to in our weekly segment. 
    Discussion: Young MC Earl Sweatshirt says that rap music is either on the cusp of dying or having a renaissance.
    TV/Film: Our hosts share thoughts on new movie news, including 'Batman vs. Superman', and thoughts on popular TV series 'Breaking Bad', 'Orange is the New Black', and more. 
     
    www.thekeys107newo
    rk.com
    www.facebook.com/groups/TheKeys107/
     

  • 01:55

    Jim & Lally: College Ball & Riley Cooper

    in Comedy

    Talk about the  upcoming College football season, and why Riley Cooper is the worst dude on Earth

  • 01:40

    Football on your Phone, Riley Cooper, & Johnny Manziel

    in Sports

    Join us this week as we follow-up on the complex discussion of race in the lockerroom and debate whether or not Johnny Manziel's autograph fiasco will change the way things are done in the NCAA.
    We'll also see which host likes/dislikes the new DirecTV NFL Sunday Ticket campaing "Football on your phone" with the Manning brothers!
    Tune in at 7pm ET for another episode of Game Changers Live!

  • 00:59
  • 00:33

    Recording Artist Bri Cooper discusses THE FLIP SERIES on #ConversationsLIVE

    in Music

    Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Bri Cooper back to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss her new project THE FLIP SERIES.

  • 00:31

    Elaine Cooper,Fields of the Fatherless,The Road to Deer Run

    in Books

    Author/Speaker Elaine Marie Cooper is a self-described history geek. Her bookshelves are filled with volumes about the American Revolution, an era she became fascinated with when growing up in Massachusetts.


    Her passions are her family, her faith in Christ and writing—usually about the American Revolution, a frequent subject of her novels.


    Her most recent publication is a definite change in her usual topic. Bethany’s Calendar is a non-fiction memoir of her daughter who died of a brain tumor in 2003. This is the book she never wanted to write, yet felt an inner prompting to pen her daughter’s  journey through terminal cancer. It has already touched many lives and her prayer is that it will help each reader, whether a caregiver, patient or friend of a patient. Or just anyone who faces an unimaginable struggle in their life.


    Elaine is also a contributing writer to Fighting Fear, Winning the War at Home by Edie Melson, and I Choose You, a romance Anthology. Her freelance work has appeared in both newspapers and magazines, and she blogs regularly at http://ColonialQuills.blogspot.com.


    You can read her blog at this website. Just Click on the “Blog” tab in the menu bar. You can subscribe to it as well.

  • 03:00

    MAJ Tracy Riley (ret) Show -Race, Veteran's Disability, Gender, Inequality

    in Social Networking

    The purpose of this show is to bring attention to the issues facing veterans as we transition from military service to the civilian sector. 


    MAJ Tracy Riley (US Army Reserve Ret) is a 24 year disabled Army Veteran working to open the only disabled veteran and female owned supper club in The French Quarter of New Orleans.  MAJ Riley (retired) obtained the 16,500 sq ft building and began work to open The Rouge House in June 2013.  The Rouge House is designed to be the premiere platform for independent artists of the Southern U.S. boasting a state of the art recording studio, film production studio and an internet radio station.


    "My daughter Kenna J. Moore, filmaker and owner of Ghost of Elysian Films, says "Art heals life." "I believe art helps to heal our hurt. Through their love and work in the arts, I want to help our injured Veterans and independent artists develop their artistic gifts and create a life for themselves based on their passion."


                                                            MAJ Tracy Riley (US Army Reserve Retired)


    Upon retirement in January 2014, MAJ Riley (ret) hung up her uniform but was surprisingly forced to "suit up" mentaly to fight for her right to open her dream business.  She will share her story and she invites you to share yours. MAJ Riley (ret) also discusses her journey of receiving treatment using the complex VA system.  Join the discussion Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  We want to hear from you.


    https://www.therougehouse.com


     


     

  • 00:53

    ELDER ERNIE COOPER

    in Christianity

    THIS BROADCAST IS SET UP TO ENCOURAGE THE MEN TO BE STRONG IN THE LORD AND IN THE POWER OF HIS MIGHT. KNOW THAT WHATEVER YOU ARE GOING THROUGH, THE BATTLE IS NOT YOUR'S, IT'S THE LORD'S.


    ELDER COOPER CAN BE HEARD EVERY LAST SUNDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 7:00 PM.

  • 01:24

    Building up that which was broken - Apostle Earnestine Cooper and Co ELRC Inc.

    in Christianity

    When you have done ALL to stand the Apostle Paul said ... STAND. Sometimes life can really throw a few curve balls and some fast balls as well. But in order to be able to hit a homerun and make it to home plate you have to hit that ball (trouble) hard with the word of God make sure to place hit at the area in focus the run with all fire and vigor through the bases (the Bible) until you make home. 


    You may get stuck on base, strike out or even get put out. But you don't give up you step up to the plate and you swing hit again until you have overcome that obstacle or you loose the game. 


    .Life is not about giving up... it's about winning and you can only win in God. When others see you as a loss God sees you as a win win. Whatever is broken if you break your bat, pick up a new one start over in God and push it to the limit. You will find there is No Limit in God. He will carry you on to home plate by His Angels that are in the Outfield.


    Allow the word of God to rebuild in you what you seem to think as lost in HIs word. 

  • 00:55

    Gail Pallotta,Vanessa Riley,June Foster, and Connie Almony-The Fairy Tale Series

    in Books

    The Fairy Tale Series - from Gail Pallotta


    Mildred Colvin’s son, Jonathan, suggested his mother and each of her critique partners write a fairy tale and self-publish them.


    We all agreed, saying we’d be there for each other if any of us got stuck during the process.


    Mildred, who’s self-published over twenty books, spearheaded the effort. Vanessa Riley, who’s a talented designer as well as writer, volunteered to create a cover for each story.   


    We’re a laid-back group, so no one set rules about which fairy tales we chose or what direction we took with the retelling. We wanted and needed to make them consistent though.


    First we discussed length and decided on novellas. Considering several options on how to tie them all together, we chose the location. June Foster had already started her story in a town called Fairwilde. We all agreed to put our characters there, but instead of having them in a particular town and state, we created Fairwilde Kingdom. I think this was important because it gave us a way to use more than one setting for our stories. Vanessa suggested the same size for the covers along with a title, sub-title and series name. We call each book A Fairwilde Reflection Novella.


    We started writing and critiquing immediately. Working in our fantasy worlds for a year brought us lots of joy. We hope the novellas will do the same for our readers.


    First out was At the Edge of a Dark Forest, a retelling of Beauty and the Beast by Connie Almony; next, Red and the Wolf, a version of Little Red Riding Hood by June Foster; third, Mirror on the Fall, an adaptation of Snow White by Mildred Colvin; fourth, Swept Away, a twist on Cinderella by Vanessa Riley and lastly Mountain of Love and Danger. 

  • 01:01

    Actor Clay Chappell with Boyd and Lucinda

    in Lifestyle

    Atlanta - Actor Clay Chappell is no newcomer to the big screen. As a working actor, he has landed some prime bit parts in several major films. He played a councilman alongside Dennis Quaid in the remake of "Footloose" and did a scene with Robert Duvall in the Billy Bob Thorton directed "Jayne Mansfield's Car." But his brief appearance in the cinematic drama, "Selma," a historical period piece distributed by Paramount Pictures, has been heralded as the showstopper which may just define his career. In "Selma," Chappell plays a southern registrar opposite Oprah Winfrey as Annie Lee Cooper, a Black women seeking to vote in 1965 when racial discrimination made voting very difficult. The scene, only a minute in length, sets the tone for the entire film, and is Oprah's only speaking role in the movie.According to film critic, Derrick Bang ( the-march-resonates-anew )   "the scene with Oprah is a "landmark cinematic moment: a scene destined to be memorialized, and oft resurrected, for decades to come." Chappell's performance has been highlighted on talk shows across the country, including "Ellen," "The Tonight Starring Jimmy Fallon," "Barbara Walters," and "The Today Show." Not bad for an actor who has been working since 1996 to secure more than five lines in a film!Chappell originally auditioned for the role of one of the klansmen in the film, but was asked by casting director Cynthia Stillwell to come back and read for the role of the registrar for the film's director, Ava DuVernay. After doing so, Chappell was asked back but couldn't make the third audition and thought maybe he had lost further consideration. When his agent at J Pervis Talent called him a week later, requesting a table read, he remained hopeful. DuVernay offered him the part after the read, 


     

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