• 01:37

    Festival- has spirit diminished or grown since 1960s-Top 10 best Festival songs

    in Music

    The Entertainment Celebrity Link -Looking back at festivity---has the spirit deminished or grown over the 1960s till todate? Which is the top ten festival songs of all times. Celebration In Jamaica  in August 

    Breadfruit Festival - (1 day event) in Bath, St. Thomas Parish. This is a really nice local cultural event where they show you what you can do with breadfruit. They roast it on natural coal fires and then later you can fry it. They serve it with fish, stew, chicken or pork. Bath is well known for the mineral spa, so why not a combination of the two! When you go home you feel as if you are re-born again. This event start at 12.00 and ends in the evening with a sound system. There is no entrance fee.
    Independence Street Festival, Kingston. This outdoor all day event offers traditional food and craft work. The day boasts a parade featuring many well known marching/drumming bands and traditional dances like the kumina and jonkunu.
    EMANCIPATION DAY August 1 - Public holiday.
    INDEPENCE DAY August 6 - Public holiday.www.caribbeanradioshow@gmail.com www.crsradio.com 661-467-2407

  • 01:01

    Wake Up America And Face the Dragon...Victoria's Voice

    in Politics

     The political audience made up of mostly average people like me are sick to death of polls and unrealistic percentages of nameless and faceless people. The so called news media is losing creditability we do not trust what they say nor the garbage they are feeding us, if the news media thinks the people are that stupid to believe that a large portion of Americans support a government that is suppressing the people with dictatorial regulations for our own protection brother do I have real news for you. Those in the news media, and the egotistical elitist drinking their narcissistic cool aid are about to see a counter revolution to the 1960s revolution.

  • 00:32

    Special Episode: Tribute to Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    in Lifestyle

    This show is a special tribute to the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  As our nation, celebrates and honors a man of courage, conviction, leadership, and faith with his own national holiday, we are observing the sacrifice and commitment of him on Monday, Januray 19, 2015.  This is a profund accomplishment that our nation is giving such recognition to a man who was fighting for social justice and equality that sometimes was against the system of this country.

    In Dr. King's short life of being born on January 15, 1929 and died on April 4, 1968, he only lived 39 years.  However, in that relative short time he made a lasting impression not just in America, but around the world as he was influenced by the teachings of Jesus Christ and Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi "Mahatma Gandhi."  During the 1950s-1960s, Dr. King stood up for the voiceless and the underrepresented minority groups in America with the Noviolent, Civil Rights Movement.

    He is most known for his "I Have a Dream" speech, yet I believe that speech was more than a speech in Washington D.C. on August 28, 1963, it was a prophetic vision and declaration of what God has allowed him to see.  This is just as the biblical character Moses from the Holy Bible going up Mt. Sinai to show him the promised land for the children of Israel.

    Once again as we celebrate the selfless life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., I ask what are you willing to fight for, what cause or group of people are you passionate about in making a difference.  It does take a group of people to make a difference, but it takes one person to begin a movement in fighting for social justice, equality, peace, and unity.


    Link: http://www.thekingcenter.org/

  • 02:05

    Population Control- New World Order!

    in Culture

    Human population control is the practice of artificially altering the rate of growth of a human population.

    Historically, human population control has been implemented by limiting the population's birth rate, usually by government mandate, and has been undertaken as a response to factors including high or increasing levels of poverty, and overpopulation. While population control can involve measures that improve people's lives by giving them greater control of their reproduction, some programs have exposed them to exploitation.[1]

    Worldwide, the population control movement was active throughout the 1960s and 1970s, driving many reproductive health and family planning programs. In the 1980s, tension grew between population control advocates and women's health activists who advanced women's reproductive rights as part of a human rights-based approach.[2] Growing opposition to the narrow population control focus led to a significant change in population control policies in the early 1990s.

  • 00:34

    Topically Yours - The Duprees Tony Testa

    in Entertainment

    Deardra Shuler interviews Tony Testa of The Duprees who will be performing as part of a Doo Wop show at Lehman Center for the Performing Arts in the Bronx, NY. on Saturday, January 24, 2015 at 8:00 pm.  Other groups featured to appear with the Duprees are The Platters, The Belmonts, Barbara Harris & The Toys, Larry Chance & The Earls and Ragdoll.

    The Duprees were formed in the early 1960’s in Jersey City, NJ by five William L. Dickinson High School students. They were discovered by big band leader George Paxton who combined their smooth doo-wop vocal harmonies with a big band backing on their first single, a cover of Jo Stafford’s “You Belong To Me”, which was an instant top-ten hit and million-seller. Thus the sound of the Duprees was born and hits in the same format kept coming throughout the 1960s including “My Own True Love,” “Take Me As I Am,” “Why Don't You Believe Me,” “Have You Heard,” “Love Eyes,” “It Isn't Fair” and “Let Them Talk.” Over the years, various members of the band have come and gone, but their unique mixture of doo-wop vocals with big band arrangements has remained.

    Along with Tony Testa, Jimmy Spinelli, Tommy Petillo, and Phil Granito make up the rest of the current group. Original member Michael Kelly left the group in 2012.  The other 3 original members, Joe Santollo, Joey (Canzano) Vann and Michael J Arnone passed.

    In 2006, the original Duprees were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame.

    Lehman Center for the Performing Arts is located on the Lehman College campus, located at 250 Bedford Park Boulevard West, Bronx, NY 10468. Tickets can be purchased by calling the Lehman Center box office at 718-960-8833 or online at www.LehmanCenter.org.


  • 01:30

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham With Col. Rich Graham, USAF (Ret.)

    in Military

    Take 1,000 aviation historians/enthusiasts and ask them to list 10 favorite airplanes, and there is a 100% chance that on everyone's list will be one or more of the famous Lockheed "Blackbird" family of aircraft. Beautiful, sleek, clandestine, extremely fast, and even sexy to the eye, the Blackbirds were among the most iconic and well-known airplanes of the Cold War. Beginning with the CIA requirement to replace the U-2 "Dragon Lady" in the 1950s, Clarence "Kelly" Johnson and his famous team at the Lockheed " Skunk Works" created a family of airplanes whose performance has never been equaled since being retired. Starting with the single-seat A-12 for the Central Intelligence Agency in the early 1960s, Johnson and his Skunk Works team created airplanes that went higher, faster, were "stealthy," and were light years ahead of anything else in the sky. Sadly, in the end, it was not any enemy capabilities that killed the Blackbirds, but high operating costs and an indifferent Congress that failed to see the worth of keeping them flying. Today, Blackbirds are the pride and joy of museums across America, where they stand as testament to the national requirements of gathering intelligence over denied territory during the Cold War.

    To learn more about the Lockheed Blackbirds, the people who flew and maintained them, the clandestine missions they conducted during the Cold War, and the amazing technologies behind them , join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 P.M. Eastern time. His guest this week will be retired U.S. Air Force fighter pilot, along with Blackbird and Dragon Lady driver Col. Richard Graham. Graham is the author of four books on the Blackbirds with Zenith Press (@Zenith_Press).

  • 00:21

    Vessie Simmons - The Journey Is Never Over

    in Music

    This review is from: My Baby Said - Ain't Gonna Kiss Ya (Vinyl)

    The only thing known for certain about the 1960s Girl Group known as The Ribbons (Arthetta Givan, Lovie Kinchion, Evelyn Doty and Vessie Simmons) is that they had one nationally charting single in February 1963 and that was the # 81 Billboard Pop Hot 100 Ain't Gonna Kiss Ya, written by James Marcus Smith (better known as P.J. Proby), and which was produced by Marshall Lieb and distributed on the tiny Los Angeles-based Marsh M-202 b/w My Baby Said.

  • 00:46


    in Entertainment

    Actor, author, poet, ichthyologist, herpetologist, & paranormal researcher, WILLIAM J WATKINS JR., of West Virginia, publicly reveals his terrifying experiences growing up in the 1960s in an Antebellum house on the New Jersey Shore that was plagued with malevolent poltergeist activity. William J Watkins Jr. tells his amazing tale publicly for the first time to Actor/Researcher and Occultist John Link & co-host, Edward X Young, star of the independent ghost story feature film, 'PARANORMAL CAPTIVITY", and co-host Cameron J. Scott writer/producer/director of the cult film 'Post Mortem America, 2021" starring Linnea Quigley ... in a very bone-chilling episode of THE JOHN LINK SHOW!

  • 00:21

    Matt Smith, Writer of Award Winning Indie Movie " My Last Year With the Nuns "

    in Movies

    NWP welcome writer and actor Matt Smith! 

    Local Seattle actor and writer, Matt Smith is starring in a new feature film called MY LAST YEAR WITH THE NUNS, a hilarious and moving story about his experiences growing up on Capitol Hill in the changing 1960s.

    The movie is based on a monologue he wrote of the same name about his experiences adapting the stage play for the screen, or what it was like to grow up in Seattle during such a tumultuous time. This film was a wild hit at SIFF this year, and it opens theatrically in Seattle on January 9, 2015.

    Matt previously appeared in Sleepless in Seattle. https://www.facebook.com/mylastyearwiththenuns 

    http://northwestprime.com http://facebook.com/northwestprime



  • 00:30

    First Contact Radio 1/1/15

    in News

    First Contact Radio 1/1/15 Show #1287 hosted by Joshua Poet


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    This Week’s Sky at a Glance, Dec. 26 – Jan. 3

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    CIA Behind UFO Sightings in 1950s and 1960s


    Daily Stories
    Robert Schuller quotes

    Tony Robbins Quotes

    The Ziglar Official Quote Library


    Personal Goal Setting

    Goal Setting Workshop

    Louise Hay Affirmations

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  • Wake Up America And Face The Dragon...Victoria's Voice!

    in Politics








     As Americans we have experienced the changes in this country that frankly are now beginning to have citizens of all ages disenfranchised about the direction this country is taking politically. The slow agonizing erosion of morals, values and Christian religious freedom should be a priority and a form of disaster control for all Americans. But to do so first We The people need to completely understand the years of conservative silence that attributed to this spiritual decay. Years after L.J. served his country with the Army Corp of Engineers, He found myself compelled to write a book pointing out to the reader where and why America went wrong which started most of the deep rooted problems. America should face the Dragon of Liberalism and truly understand what actually politically transpired in the 1960s. These ideas used in this book are spoken from a war veterans point of view as it pertains to the political hoax portrayed on the people that has not been faced, once understood it will light a new way of the future.




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