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Engaging niche audiences for two decades, Yalanda learned early on that in order to impact change, one has to make an impact through media. Specializing in marketing strategies which accelerate contagion to create buzz in order to grow businesses. Social media framer recognized by BlackWeb20.com as one of the Top 100 Black Women on Twitter. Recognized by UberSocial (formerly UberTwitter as the one of the Top 30 Content Creators of African American Culture Content. The activist needs an advocate and storyteller. Building on an African Proverb “Until the lion has a storyteller, the hunter will always have the best part of the story,” and a desire to see a different story on the front page of local and national news, Yalanda became the storyteller. Seeing is believing and ownership is key. Born from a passion for community organizing, media and writing, Yalanda developed a community newsletter which grew popular in Atlanta salons and other socialized venues. Add to that, pioneering skills with the Internet and an ability to engage audiences in conversation, the storyteller soon found her way online with live Internet radio after our country experienced back to back tragedies from Columbine to September 11th to simply listening to soldiers fighting a new war. Yalanda Lattimore brought conversations women were having in salons and men in barbershops online for a more cohesive conversation connecting like minds. A self taught webmaster and blogging pioneer, DryerBuzz.com was born March 13, 2002. An international audience followed the storyteller from the early days of Internet radio back to Atlanta for the daily buzz behind the buzz. Today, DryerBuzz.com influences a social world, is award winning for its storytelling, and is one of the most trusted by celebrities judging from the sites headlines and podcasts.
It's a FULL MOON at the U.P. Schlock Show! The 13th episode of the U.P. Schlock show is going to be about classic werewolf flicks! Some of the movies that the Shrieking Ghoul will be talking about are the usual and not so usual classics. Here are just some of the topics that you'll hear that night:
The many sequels of "The Howling"
The early werewolf films of the 30s and 40s
Paul Naschy & his werewolf flicks
Also other fun topics!
So join the Shrieking Ghoul at 10 p.m. central time for 30 minutes of your night!
Crime Prevention - manage your 'attitude' that causes you to intensely despise someone, who offended you, whereby you become consume to get revenge or vegeance through violence. GOD will avenge injustice done to you.
The “Off to the Races” session also featured speeches from Democrats Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley and Republican Ben Carson. The session began with Carson, followed by Clinton, O’Malley and Sanders.
Bush presented himself as someone who’s increased opportunities for African-Americans and said his intentions to overhaul education and dramatically increase economic growth would make things much better in the future.
Hillary Clinton mocked Bush for his “right to rise” s logan. She didn’t mention him by name, but repeatedly suggested that his positions and record make it a hollow slogan. “I don’t think you can credibly say everyone has a right to rise” if they can’t afford health care, if the minimum wage is too low to live on, if college is unaffordable – and, she emphasized – if someone embraces policies that deny the right to vote.
“My views are a little bit different than others,” he said. “Given the enormous crises that this country faces today – crises that may be more severe than at any other time other than the Great Depression of the 1930s – frankly it is too late for establishment policies, it is too late establishment politics.” Senate Sanders Sun Sentinel
Jennifer Kemple Born and Raised in the PacificNorthwest. Started singing at a very early age, was Raised in the church. her father played bass and sang as well, her Mom was a nurse and a singer also, her oldest brother started the whole thing. She Was in Star Fire Express I. 1975-79. Played funk. her influences are Vast. And Range from Etta James to Twisted Insane and Everything in between." By the time I was 14.. I was blackballed from talent shows. At age 16 I became the singer for a band Called Mr Lucky. at18. Sang for a Reggae Band Called Raggs and Bush Doktor. Was discovered at Chan's dragon inn.. By Rhonda Mongee.. And Michael Mentzer, I Became the Singer of Big Mumbo blues Band. Played for The Staple singers at the 2010 Winthrop Blues festival. 2008.2009.2010.." says Jennifer Kemple In 2014 Sept 27th, she was inducted into the national blues hall of fame. April 2012.. Won the X factor pass Contest . Went to N.C. for an Audition for the x factor. Made it to the producers Round. 2013 Went to Seattle for the AGT auditions. Made it to the producers Round. 2012 Flew to New Orleans. Played With Gaynielle Neville. Of The Legendary Neville Family. 2012. Met Rittz. Started working with Twisted Insane and Brainsick. Began Working with the Firing Squad. Became close with Tech 9 and Rittz. 2014 opened for Rittz on The OD Tour...
This'll be the last "Inspiration Sunday" that we will do… However, we will be launching a monthly-primetime program on the second Sunday night of every month at 10 PM Eastern time.
We will still, of course, continue broadcasting "Dinar Intel's Magellan Show"every Tuesday and Thursday at 11 AM Eastern time.
Gay marraige is a hot topic but why is it? The Lord has said certain outcomes will happen before he returns what does gay marriage has to do with it? lets see on tonights show.