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TONIGHT 9PM- UP CLOSE & PERSONAL WITH KEVIN ROSS. Plus, we discuss Tracy Morgan is countering Walmart's claim that the comedian and other passengers should have been wearing seat belts when a Walmart truck hit their limousine from behind earlier this summer, killing one passenger and leaving Morgan critically injured. Is Walmart being fair regarding this matter? We want to hear your perspective. Dial 917-889-3926 to voice your opinion. Also, TOYA will bring FINANCE TIPS LIVE from Delaware. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are TM Hyman Radio.
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Tracey Birdsall (born July 6, 1963) is an American actress. Birdsall has appeared in several TV series, TV movies and films. She co-wrote, produced, and starred in the movie short Tick Tock, which has won many top awards at movie festivals.
Tracey Birdsall was born in Van Nuys, California. and grew up in Burbank, California.
She started performing as a young girl, on stage and in front of the camera. She recalls "My mother drove me to the Gary Dance Studio for lessons constantly as far back as I can remember. She would sew my costumes, drive me to rehearsals, and support me in my shows. It was in my blood, and my fondest childhood memories were on stage."
As a teenager, she sang in choirs at local churches. After appearing in a Sunkist Soda commercial, she appeared in several other TV commercials while she attended acting classes and went to auditions. She appeared in the soap opera Loving, hosted Million Dollar Showcase of Homes and was a special news reported for CNBC.
Her latest movie Dawn of the Crescent Moon won many awards at the recent Action on Film Festival.
Mark Mangie and I will be talking with Sport team owners about how community partnerships work with sports teams. Join in the conversation
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So once you choose enlightenment it is inevitable that it will happen, or so we have been told. What we haven't been told is how that ride is going to look.
Join myself and guest Jann Morgan choosing the path of laughs and irreverence as we head into ascension. We might do Cat Card readings. We might channel the Archangel of Chocolate. We might even make some sense. Who knows.
Feel free to call in or play with us via the chatroom.
WARNING: you may laugh at yourself!
Join Constance Miller, Ken Collins, and Les Paul Morgan this evening for another exciting evening of discussion of current disability topics in the news, hopefully Ken Collins will be speaking about his trip to the APRIL independent living conference for people with disabilities that he just got back home from a couple of days ago and share with us some of what he learned.
The disability round table was born out of a need for inclusion for all people disabilities, but especially to bring people together to discuss more on what we can do to change the world around us for people with disabilities.
To call in to speak with the host (424) 243-9540
You can also join the chat room by going to Facebook and typing Brain Injury Radio Network Facebook and created password and username and you can join in on the chat. So the more the merrier as we all come together to change the world one person at a time, one survivor at a time on the brain injury radio networks disability round table please join us.
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Gadi, will be bringing his unique point of view to the headlines on the world of national security and Islam, keeping you way ahead of everyone else. In the second hour, Jan Morgan our own former co-host has been in the news lately, she outraged Muslims and they are now demanding the Department of Justice (DOJ) investigate her Arkansas Gun Range after she declared “I want my range to be a Muslim Free Zone”. Jan has only done a couple interviews since this story broke and we are honored to have her explain this full story and how it's impacted her life.
We'll have another full show for you as there is so much to discuss from the news this week.Gadi Adelman is a writer, educator, and lecturer on counter-terrorism and Islam. Using a twist on the screams of Jihadists, he's named his show “America Akbar!”, America is Greater! Join us each Thursday night 8-10pm eastern and listen live as Gadi has high profile guests from the world of counter-jihadism. If it concerns National security or the spread of Islamism you’ll hear all about it on America Akbar! Past shows and much more can be found at Gadi's site.
Rodney Kenrdick was born in 1960 into a family of musicians. His father, James “Jimmy Kay” Kendrick was a noted musician with Illinois Jacquet, Sonny Stitt, Lou Donaldson, and Sam Rivers. Duke Ellington and Thelonius Monk inspire him. Kendrick’s unique percussive and harmonic piano style of classic jazz piano, 70’s funk, and gospel, his first instrument was the drums. All but his two sisters, on both sides of his family played an instrument and sang. After high-school, he traveled the world with James Brown, George Clinton, and Harold Melvin & the Blues Notes. He lives in NY and has dedicated his life to a study Black American Classical Music. Barry Harris remains his teacher and mentor, exposing him to Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, and Chris Anderson and their unique perspectives on musical improvisation. Kendrick is a leader on six albums and sideman on countless others. He worked George Benson, Freddie Hubbard, Clark Terry, Frank Morgan, Terence Blanchard, J.J. Johnson and Stanley Turrentine and served as musical leader for Abbey Lincoln for seven years. Since 2004, Rodney produced several albums, including Thank You (2002), Randy Weston & Rodney Kendrick: Duo Piano For My Friend, a duo-piano piece with mentor Randy Weston (2004), with wife of 10 years Rhonda Ross Live (2001), and with his father, Jimmy Kay Black is Back (2006). Discography: The Secrets Of Rodney Kendrick; Dance, World, Dance (1994) Dance, World, Dance (1995) Last Chance For Common Sense (1996) We Don’t Die, We Multiply (1997) No Dress Code (1998). The Colors of Rhythm (Impulse! 2014) featuring Curtis Lundy (b) and Cindy Blackman (d).
Thank You! by Rodney Kendrick
Pastor Brad Morgan of New Life Beginnings Church in Pattison, TX begins his teaching today from 2 Samuel 12:15 where the story of the death of the child that Uriah’s wife bore to David. Here God is teaching how to worship Him in a great loss. The scripture says that mercy will triumph over judgment.
When loss comes and things don't turn out, we have an opportunity to see Christ move. After his crisis, David immediately got up. Before God can birth anything new, many times something old has to die. Pastor Brad goes step by step what David did to move on from his crisis and worship God.