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  • 00:30

    Midnight After Easter: Blazers-Rockets & The Curious Fall of Teddy Bridgewater

    in Sports

    Fresh off Game 1 of the Blazers-Rockets series, how far can Houston really take this thing? Also, the football media has waned on Teddy Bridgewater in startling fashion. All of a sudden, everything that's been said about him as a promising NFL prospect is out the window. Hard to make sense of it. But let's discuss. 

  • 00:28

    Sports Talk with Kelvan Drummond

    in Sports

    Minnesota Vikings Division Champs, Coughlin out, CFP, and much mor

  • 02:13

    Gone But Not Forgotten on Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne

    in Music

    On this segment of Brunch In The Basement with JaVonne, we take time to talk about and listen to some of the music of our legendary singers who have passed away. Some left us way too soon, Like Aaliyah, Minnie Riperton, Phyllis Hyman, Biggie, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Gerald Levert, Heavy D, Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, and Tupac. What might they be giving us and feeding us today had they lived longer. And then those voices that I grew up on, Billie Holiday, Barry White,  Rick James, Teddy Pendergrass, McFadden and Whitehead, not to mention our recently fallen angels like Natalie Cole and Maurice White. This show will pay honor to as many as we can discuss in two hours. Please join us for this tribute and Brunch in the Basement with JaVonne.

  • 00:14

    Author Lindsey Leonard on Write Now Radio!

    in Writing

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    Viki Winterton interviews Lindsey Leonard! 


    Lindsey Leonard is the Executive Director at the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation.


    Lindsey joined TBCF in March 2012 with a decade of non-profit experience in program administration, fundraising, grant writing, donor cultivation, and facility management.


    Before joining TBCF, she worked at Santa Barbara Channelkeeper, a local nonprofit environmental organization, serving as a development director. Before joining the Foundation, she was the vice president of operations at Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clara Valley in Ventura County, and she served as a branch director and a state licensed childcare center director at United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County.


    Lindsey has devoted much of her professional career to making a positive impact in families' lives through education, mentorship and constructive social interactions. She has built her career on the philosophy that "the sky is the limit," and that every family can be great given an opportunity and the support they need.


    She believes openness to creating a positive work environment and collaborative participation is paramount to build a healthy organization, particularly in small communities such as Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Ventura. 


     

  • 00:59

    KELLY O'CONNELL AM 1450: NH Rubio Rising

    in Politics

    In the Christian Chaos of Ted Cruz’ win, did Teddy use tricks against fellow believer Doc Carson? If so, is it OK for Believers to fib to achieve what they think is God’s mission? Isn’t that what Jacob did to Essau? Is the Cruz Camps dirty tricks acceptable to you? And did Trump really win if Cruz cheated? Or is this like another Patriots SUperbowl?


    Meanwhile, Trump himself sounds silly and uncharacteristically naive in admitting he didn't even know what aq “Ground Game” was. WHAT??? Does it cause you doubt that Donald didn’t master the topic and thought elections were just based on raw popularity? And if he screws this up, what about the Presidency? Will he then bluff his way through 4-8 years just like the current POTUS?


    Then again, Hillary’s penchant for shouting in a sickening voice, worse than any mythological beast, is causing great distress to listeners. And is Bill ready for Gray Hills Retirement Home?


    But most disgusting is the President’s penchant for heavy, over-the-top and historically false support of Islam. Would he at least convert on his last day in office?


    Finally, the impact of this Administration’s heaping of foreigners across the US is finally coming home to roost. Can we reset when a new president comes in or does America have to go the way of the Passenger Pigeon to fulfill the President’s childish grudges?!!

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  • 00:45

    Industry Part 1

    in Podcasting

    The music industry the CEO Is Thefather of lies  


    Tday  special guest is Ted Pool Aka Teddy Sm!th We Spin a Track Called Child talks about  injustice and world issues  . You can follow him on Ig TedPool and listen to Him on Soudcloud and Buy music on CD Bady unders Teddy Sm!th 

  • 00:20

    Hal Price on Expert Insights Radio!

    in Self Help

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    Viki Winterton interviews Hal Price!


    Hal Price is an Inspirational Speaker and an Award-Winning #1 International Best-Selling Author.


    After serving as a lifetime marketing and branding executive for Fortune 100 companies and professional athletes, Hal is now using his skills as the creator of the HEROIC HEART™ platform whose mission is to ignite the Divine spark within the Heroic Heart of children (both young and old alike). He does this through books, heartfelt storytelling, speaking engagements, Heart Purpose Coaching, Inner Child Workshops, his SuperHero CampsTM for children and their parents and via his HALGO- RITHMTM process to see each person’s unique “Destiny Blueprint.”


    Hal is completing a series of nine children's books designed to teach the virtues of the heart and how to listen to the "secret whispers of their inner wisdom."


    Hal shares his wisdom as a co-author in the #1 International Bestseller, Ready, Aim, Thrive ~ Discover How to Flourish and Prosper TODAY from Top Experts.


    Hal is a volunteer/fundraiser for the Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation and is also a co-author of the #1 International Bestseller, Cancer: From Tears to Triumph ~ Inspiration from Survivors and Thrivers, Health Care and Support Professionals, Caregivers and Loved Ones.


     

  • 01:00

    Somewhere I Belong -- Write Stuff -- 1/26/2016

    in Entertainment

    Years ago, there was a movie called D.A.R. Y. L. about a robot who resembled a ten year old boy built by the government. I watched the movie as a kid and I always loved the song that played at the end. It was called Somewhere I Belong by Teddy Pendergrass. The song depicts what the majority of the movie is about...where can an artificial boy can belong in the human world.


    Belonging. It's something we all long for. Loneliness is not usually a choice a person choose to be. Most often, a set of circumstances may happen to where loneliness becomes the only option for some individuals.  Loneliness isn't the same as having alone or 'me' time. That often gives us a chance to be communion with the Lord, bask in his presence, calm down life and recharge. But loneliness was never part of God's plan.

    Join me as I chat with Ruth ONeil, author of Belonging. You can call in at 646-668-8485, press to be live on air. Or, click on the link here:  http://tobtr.com/8247115. Tune in!

  • 01:07

    The Rex Ryan Show Returns to New York and a Look Ahead at Week Ten of the NFL

    in Football

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    On this week's episode of "Pro Football View from the East," hosts Joe Tufaro (@Tufdan) and Dennis Agapito (@PFVFE) discuss the return of Rex Ryan to face his old team the New York Jets as head coach of the division rival Buffalo Bills and his controversial decision to name IK Enemkpali, who broke Jets QB Geno Smith's jaw while a member of the Jets, as a team captain for the Bills.   


    Joe and Dennis also take a look at the quarterback injuries of Andrew Luck, Ben Roethlisberger and the concussion suffered by Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater. They also look at Vikings coach Mike Zimmer's comments about St. Louis Rams defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and his past involvement with "Bounty-Gate," did the Rams target Bridgewater? They also discuss key week ten games in the NFL as playoff positions are on the line.

  • 00:29

    BONGO BOY ARTIST INCHES FROM SIN

    in Culture

    Inches From Sin is a duo originated in New England & New York - formed by Robert Brewer and Karen Holloway Brewer. Their music covers many genres from rock, pop, rap, blues, blue grass, funk, New age, Country,  Americana, and Folk. Their songs reflect current world events, from looming race wars, true love and everything in between.


    Inches From Sin's first video, "Raised In The Hills" was filmed in Lincoln, RI and Directed by William Hayes in CA. The song has an old time Blue Grass feel. It was picked up by Bongo Boy TV.


    In March 2015, their video "Laid My Heart Out" was filmed in Ft. Myers Beach, FL and Directed by Amanda VanSandt, Nashville, TN. It was picked up by Bongo Boy TV.


    In October 2015 their video "Murder" was filmed in Belvidere, NJ and New Rochelle, NY, Directed by Amanda VanSandt, Nashville, TN.


    In December 2015 their video "I've Seen Better Day" was filmed in their hometown, Elmira, NY, Directed by Ronald Deaver from NYC.


    Inches From Sin's album "Bridgewater Triangle" was released in Asia in October 2015 through Bongo Boy Records. The World Wide Release January 19, 2016, also through Bongo Boy Records.


    Inches From Sin's next album is nearing completion in the summer of 2016.


    You can find Inches From Sin on Bongo Boy TV, Bongo Boy Records, Inches From Sin's YouTube Channel, Facebook and Twitter.


    www.inchesfromsin.com


    www.facebook.com/inchesfromsin


    @frominches