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  • 00:11

    Jeff Ward Star Of Lifetime TV's (Manson's Lost Girls)

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Jeff Ward Star Of Lifetime TV's (Manson's Lost Girls).

    LOS ANGELES, CA (January 4, 2016) – The psychedelic summer of 1969 comes to life in the Lifetime Original Movie, Manson’s Lost Girls, featuring the next generation of Hollywood stars MacKenzie Mauzy, (Into the Woods), Eden Brolin (I Dream Too Much), Greer Grammer (Awkward) and Christian Madsen (Divergent). Premiering Saturday, February 6 at 8pm ET/PT, the film paints a new picture of Charles Manson's (Jeff Ward, The Mentalist) world, as told through the stories of Linda Kasabian (Mauzy) and the other women who fell under his demonic spell to create one of the most famous cults of all time. Brolin stars as Susan Atkins, Grammer is Leslie Van Houten, Madsen portrays Tex Watson, Grace Victoria Cox (Under the Dome) is Lynnette “Squeaky” Fromme, Isabel Shill (Orange is the New Black) stars as Patricia Krenwinkel and Garrett Coffey (Battle for Skyark) is Bobby Beausoleil.


  • 00:56

    BWE What is your testimony premiere with Actor Reginald Hayes of Girlfriends

    in Lifestyle


    American actor Reggie Hayes was born on July 15, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois. He began his acting career in the theater, performing on a number of stage productions. He was seen in Bang the Drum Slowly, Othello, Less Than Equal, Richard II and Chicago Conspiracy Trial. His other credits include Hellcab Does Christmas, Any Place But Here, Native Speech, No One Goes Mad and Inspecting Carol as well. Reggie is a member of the Illinois Shakespeare Festival, owing to his extensive work on the works of the Bard. After attending Northwestern Military Naval Academy, he graduated from Illinois State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Acting, and has also received Honors in Performance.

    Reggie Hayes has obtained a variety of regular and guest roles on television, as well as major parts in films. He has been seen on Getting Personal as Leon, and played William Jerome Dent on the CW series, Girlfriends. His role there earned him three NAACP Image Awards for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Some of his other appearances include those in The Pretender, Something So Right, Party of Five and Roswell. He later portrayed a doctor in the series Will & Grace, and in the remake of The Twilight Zone, hosted by Forest Whitaker. 

    Hayes film credits include roles in Being John Malkovich and Charlie’s Angels. These enabled him to work with John Cusack, Ned Bellamy, Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, Drew Barrymore, Sam Rockwell and Bill Murray. In addition, he has voiced a character in the Disney animated series Kim Possible. In spite of his numerous credentials, he didn’t originally want to become an actor. Reggie Hayes wanted to follow his father’s footsteps and become a musician. However, he took the path of the theater as well as pursuing his hobbies of shopping and classic cars.



  • 01:01

    "Talking Hoops" NW Hoop Scoop with Jim Basnight

    in Sports

    Jim Basnight is a journalist who published a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com and has worked for Rivals/Yahoo and 710-ESPN Radio Seattle. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim hosts Louie Nelson (UW 1969-73), the last Husky player to average more points per game (23 PPG) than current Husky senior Andrew Andrews (22 PPG). Nelson's former UW team mate Ray Price will also join us, to talk about those teams, as well as this year's model. Nelson hails from Compton CA, home town of Husky head coach Lorenzo Romar.

  • 00:59

    Positive Impact Radio David Corbin- Service Mentality Attracts Influencers

    in Entrepreneur

    2 pm Central, 3 pm Eastern: "Positive Impact Radio," host Carol Wachniak

    Join Carol every week, to talk to people who are making a Positive Impact in the world!

    David M. Corbin has been inspiring and educating people for more than 28 years as a keynote speaker and business advisor in the areas of Marketing, Branding, Organizational and Culture Development, Sales and more. Known as the "Mentor to Mentors", David has been a 'behind the scenes secret weapon' for organizations large and small. His tag phrase, which he garnered at the 1969 Woodstock Concert is, "You're either Green and Growing or Ripe and Rotting and you're never standing still." He's quick witted style coupled with solid, no nonsense, down-to-earth business tactics and strategies which he as field tested over his career.

    He has served as CEO and President of private and public companies and consulted directly with the Presidents and officers of AT&T, Hallmark, Dominos Pizza, as well as Cabinet Members, Association Directors, Hospital Administrators, College and University Administrators and more.

    David is an award winning inventor for his touchscreen patient interview system. Awarded through BofA and presented by Tom Peters, former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Maya Angelou and others. David is star and co-director of the hit film, Pass It On where he guides such luminaries as Brian Tracy, Les Brown, Mark Victor Hanson, Michael Beckwith, Congressmen, Olympians and others. He is currently featured in the Napolean Hill Foundation's book and movie, Think and Grow Rich - Three Feet From Gold, The Secret and numerous other movies and books in the fields of business management, personal and professional development. 

    Volunteer Faculty Member of CEOSpace International since 2010.

  • 01:28

    Setting the Record Straight - Interview with Gay Movement Pioneer Pat Brown

    in Spirituality

    Patrick Brown is one of the original founding pioneers of the gay movement. Mr. Brown was the picket captain of the Steam ship protest from April 1, 1969 to the second week of July 1969 in San Francisco.  Two months before the Stonewall Riot in New York

    A key part of The Movement for Gay liberation Began in San Francisco with the Committee For Homosexual Freedom.

    This important interview of Mr. Patrick Brown will set the record straight on the origins of the Gay movement for liberation.

  • 01:25

    FOI Series: Interview w/ Min. Abdul Rahman Muhammad, NOI Pioneer of the South

    in Culture

    NEW DATE! THURS. 12/17/15 8PM ET
    call in# 646-595-4289

    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the FOI Series

    "An Interview with MIN. ABDUL RAHMAN MUHAMMAD, the ROCK of the SOUTH"

    Min. Abdul Rahman Muhammad was raised in segregated Atlanta, GA in the 1930s and 40s, and joined the Army in 1950 during the Korean War.

    After returning to the U.S., in 1955 he heard and accepted the teachings of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad in Atlanta, and traveled to cities such as NYC, Detroit, Los Angeles before moving to NOI headquarters in Chicago in 1958.

    He rose up the ranks of the FOI from private soldier, lieutenant, first officer to captain and was a part of "the Honor Guard" of Temple #2 responsible for the security of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad as the Messenger traveled the country.

    The Messenger made Rahman National Investigator of all the Temples, and a buyer for NOI Farms in the South, where he took residence in Miami in 1961 and met and became a mentor and trainer of Muhammad Ali and brought him into the Nation of Islam, and also developed a close friendship with Min. Malcolm X and Min. Louis Farrakhan.

    In 1969 Hon. Elijah Muhammad made Rahman the Minister of Atlanta, GA, responsible for reforming the Black Man in the South and building the empire of the Nation of Islam in the Southern Region. Where he brought a new Temple, new School, had thousands of Muslims and established Muslim businesses all throughout the South.

    In 1981, Min. Abdul Rahman joined the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan to help successfully rebuild the Nation of Islam and the teachings of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, and he remains steadfast as a Teacher and Reformer of His People.

    Tune in as he walks us through the HISTORY!

    with co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah

    THURS. 12/17/15 at 8pm EST
    call in# 646-595-4289


  • 00:33


    in Politics

    George Jackson, is living the life of pain and slavery. Locked in a prison cell with no way out he has been locked up now for 4 years. With many trips to the parole board, and as many rejections. Here is one of those letters, to his mother. 

    “December 22.1968

     Dear Mother, 

        I probably won’t leave here until next month. They are sending me to the board here. It meets the thirtieth and thirty-first of December and the third of January. 

    I’m doing all right, and have some very efficient earplugs to help me preserve my sanity.  Have you any theories why blacks talk so much and so loud?  A Chinaman told me once that blacks were the oldest and finest people on earth “but one thing wrong, talkie-talkie-talkie……..

    Wish the best for you, the best of everything this year.  May be in a position to help work something out before this one’s gone.”


    "In January 1969, Jackson and Nolen were transferred from San Quentin to Soledad prison.  On January 13, 1970, Nolen and two other black inmates were shot to death by guard Opie G. Miller during a yard riot with members of the Aryan Brotherhood. Following the death of Nolen, Jackson became increasingly confrontational with corrections officials and spoke often about the need to protect fellow inmates and take revenge on guards for Nolen’s death in what Jackson referred to as “selective retaliatory violence.”


  • 02:39

    FOI Series: Interview w/ Dr. Abdul Salaam, Dentist of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad

    in Culture

    The History of the FOI series

    "An Interview with DR. ABDUL SALAAM, NOI Historian & Dentist of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad"

    with host Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah

    TUES. 12/08 at 8pm EST

    call in# 646-595-4289

    Dr Abdul Salaam was the personal dentist to The Honorable Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X and Minister Louis Farrakhan.

    In 1956 Dr. Salaam graduated with his DDS Degree from Columbia University’s Dental School as the only Black Student IN THE ENTIRE DENTAL SCHOOL FOR 8 YEARS. 

    In 1957, Dr. Salaam was the first health professional to join the NOI. Known then as Dr. Leo P.X. he served as an assistant Minister to Malcolm X whenever he came to the Newark, N.J. area. He served as a Captain of the Fruit of Islam in Newark under Min. James Shabazz.

    In 1959 under the guidance of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, Dr. Salaam started businesses. Dr Salaam became the first African American to import and distribute an English translation of the Holy Quran. Dr. Salaam opened a bookstore in New York City in 1969 known as Books & Things.

    In 1970 Dr. Salaam moved to Chicago with his dental practice to work with Elijah Muhammad, a man with whom he had dinner with almost every night for about nine months--a unique and in depth learning experience. Dr. Salaam was given the name Abdul Salaam by the Honorable Elijah Muhammad in 1973.

    After the departure of Elijah Muhammad in 1975, under the direction of Imam W.D. Mohammad, Dr. Salaam served as ORGANIZATION PRESIDENT. 

    Today Dr. Salaam is in Al'Islam in the broader sense and interacts with the immigrant Muslim community in America, the Nation of Islam and the Muslim American Society.

  • 00:45

    TwN-2 "The Holly Woodlawn Story"

    in LGBT

    Woodlawn was born as Haroldo Santiago Franceschi Rodriguez Danhakl in Juana Díaz, Puerto Rico, to an American soldier of German descent, and Aminta Rodriguez, a native Puerto Rican, and grew up in Miami Beach, where she came out at a young age.[4] She adopted the name Holly from the heroine of Breakfast at Tiffany's, and in 1969 added the surname from a sign she saw on an episode of I Love Lucy. After changing her name she began to tell people she was the heiress to Woodlawn Cemetery.

    In 1962, Woodlawn left Florida at the age of 15, heading north. She recollects that "I hocked some jewelry and ... made it all the way to Georgia, where the money ran out and ... had to hitchhike the rest of the way" to New York City

  • 01:58

    Jeffrey Osborne-Rebroadcast

    in Education

    Jeffrey Osborne began his professional singing career in 1969 with a popular funk and soul group called Love Men Ltd. The band moved to Los Angeles in 1970 and changed its name to L.T.D. Osborne was originally brought on as the drummer and eventually became the lead vocalist. After more than ten years with the band, he decided to pursue a solo career, which produced such Top 40 hits as "Don't You Get So Mad," "Stay With Me Tonight," and "Love Power," which he performed with Dionne Warwick.Osborne's solo career has brought him five gold and platinum albums, including Stay With Me Tonight and Only Human. He also recorded an album of duets with popular singer James Ingram, and scored an international hit with "On the Wings of Love" in 1982. Osborne's touring and recording continue to keep him busy much of the time, but he also devotes some of his time to charity work.

  • 01:00

    Let's Talk Too! Author Phil Davis

    in Books

    I'm your host

    Author Sharnel


    Author Phil Davis,

    He was born June 1969, Springfield, Illinois

    Adopted by Harold and Enid Davis at birth

    Raised in Loami, Illinois

    Attended Loami Grade School, New Berlin High School Graduated 1987

    AS From Lincoln Land Community College

    BA and Illinois Teacher Certification from Sangamon State University {Now U of I, Springfield}

    Jobs I have had

    Grave Digger, Septic tank and field tile repair, Retail Sales and Teaching


    Reading, Hunting, Living History Reenacting {Civil War, WWI, WWII, Vietnam} Tactical Pistol and rifle shooting.

    Why did I write Fall of the Giant?

    First, I started writing as a fun activity for friends to read. I was inspired to go deeper because nearly every novel I read, screwed up the firearms and tech facts. I wanted to write a story that got it right.  I never thought it would be published, but a friend read it and insisted I let a publisher look at it. Three months later it is in print