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  • 01:00

    BleachBANGS/Tempt/Adage

    in Music

    TEMPT:


    Kids want to rock and Tempt is the band they've been waiting for. Comprised of Zach Allen (vocals), Harrison Marcello (guitars, keyboards, vocals), Zak Gross (bass, vocals), and Jimmi Kane (drums), this New York City-based band is all about big hooks and big riffs. Tempt brings musicianship, style, performance, and an intense rock sound to a new generation.

    Tempt is an explosive new band built on a love for melodic rock. The band is fronted by two 19 year olds on vocals and guitar has taken the heritage of the Sunset Strip, New Jersey and the streets of their hometown New York City and made it their own to take rock into the 21st century.


    Adage:


    A modern rock band displaying monster riffs and powerful lyrical hooks. Featuring guitarist and vocalist Justin, guitarist Luke, bassist Johnathan and Alex on drums, Adage is engaging the music scene with full force. Recently signed with Pavement Entertainment and currently playing shows across the southeast, Adage is setting their sights to hit stages across the U.S.! Look for the EP "Defined" to drop August 2014 

    ad•age \'a-dij\ noun
    1. a traditional saying expressing a common experience or observation.
    2. an up and coming 4-piece Modern Rock Band from North Carolina that has fans filling the music scene for a chance to experience them live.

    Following their highly anticipated performance at Rocklahoma in Pryor, OK on May 25th, they plan to tour nationwide to promote the release of their debut album "Under My Skin". They have their sights set on making 2014 their year.

  • 00:29

    Artists Alvin Garrett and Luke of the group Adage on Conversations LIVE

    in Music

    At the top of the show Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Alvin Garrett to Conversations LIVE to introduce his single NEVER GONNA FIND. Then Luke of Adage stops by to introduce the group's single HOLD ON from their new project DEFINED.

  • 01:42

    New Music Inferno w/ Adage, Light 'Em Up & Rocket!!

    in Music

    Adage - Rock band from North Carolina...New Album "Defined" out now...New tour dates & more coming...Check out their music & more @ www.facebook.com/adageband1


    Light 'Em Up - Pop Punk/Ska band from Las Vegas...New Album "New Shoes" out now...Just headlined the "eNVy Showcase" at the House of Blues in Las Vegas at Mandalay Bay....Check out their music & more @ www.facebook.com/lightemupNV


    Rocket - Rock band from Los Angeles,Ca...New 2 song single "Hey Baby" & "Electrified Moon" out now...Check out their music & so much more @ www.facebook.com/thebandrocket

  • 01:01

    A Parent's Responsibility

    in Lifestyle

    Some parents believe that the children they bring into this world become their property and that they belong to them and them alone. Parents are sometimes clueless to the difference in stewardship and ownership. What happened to the old adage that says "IT TAKES A VILLAGE TO RAISE A CHILD'. If Wisdom is the key to success, then why do most parents dismiss it from the people who have it.  It is a "Color Purple Moment", as parents want to be "The Only One" to advise their children except when that advice comes from some foolish influence in which they are exposed to. The Host of Let's Talk Truth and her guest will explore "A Parent's Responsibility" when bringing children into this world. What are we pouring into our children to force them to behave as they do and what can be done to lead them in the righteous direction. Join us today by dialing 347-843-4945, Tuesday 8/25/2015 at 7:30pm (cst) where you might influence a mind change in a family in a positive manner.

  • 00:57

    The Parker J Cole Show -- Whose Womb Is It Anyway, Part Two

    in Entertainment

    We'll continue our discussion from the week before...hopefully without technical difficulties. 

    History records how conquerors from various periods of time have relocated a conquered nation or peoples. From the children of Israel in biblical times to Native Americans here in the U. S., we have examples of relocation. Most of us would agree that in times of war, the adage, "to the victor goes the spoils" would ring true. So the loser therefore is forced to bow to the dictates and edicts of said conqueror. If the conqueror wishes to relocate, then they must. But in the battles, there is a test of strength and wits, each side going aware of the consequences of failure.


    However, in the battle of the womb, the dynamics are much different. It is the will of the mother against the dependence of the child. A child who cannot speak, whose voice cannot be heard. A child dependent completely on said mother for existence. There is no relocation plan. It becomes a question of "Whose Womb is it Anyway?"

    Join me for this episode of the Parker J Cole as I chat as I chat with Clinton Wilcox, a staff apologist with Life Training Institute, who is also a certified speaker and mentor with Justice for All. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/7851195.  Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in!

  • Assignment America Radio Show - Political Divide and Conquer Methods

    in Current Events

    Discussing the aftermath of the GOP Debate and how the old adage of Divide and Conquer is playing out among Americans. Assignment: tells the stories of America from history, military, politics, social and economic to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.

  • 00:54

    The Parker J Cole Show -- Whose Womb is it Anyway?

    in Entertainment

    History records how conquerors from various periods of time have relocated a conquered nation or peoples. From the children of Israel in biblical times to Native Americans here in the U. S., we have examples of relocation. Most of us would agree that in times of war, the adage, "to the victor goes the spoils" would ring true. So the loser therefore is forced to bow to the dictates and edicts of said conqueror. If the conqueror wishes to relocate, then they must. But in the battles, there is a test of strength and wits, each side going aware of the consequences of failure.


    However, in the battle of the womb, the dynamics are much different. It is the will of the mother against the dependence of the child. A child who cannot speak, whose voice cannot be heard. A child dependent completely on said mother for existence. There is no relocation plan. It becomes a question of "Whose Womb is it Anyway?"

    Join me for this episode of the Parker J Cole as I chat as I chat with Clinton Wilcox, a staff apologist with Life Training Institute, who is also a certified speaker and mentor with Justice for All. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or you can click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/s/7815727.  Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app. Tune in!

  • 00:31

    Part 2: CUTV News Radio spotlights Wendy Balman Coaching and Creative Services

    in Business

    Carol Stream, IL – You would be hard-pressed to find a coach that hasn’t been coached themselves. There’s something about the coaching process that inspires people to pay it forward. Perhaps it’s because the core competencies of coaching – active listening, powerful questioning and direct communication – are the same skills we need to succeed as leaders.


    Wendy Balman is the founder of Wendy Balman Coaching and Creative Services where she specializes in one-on-one coaching for entrepreneurs, change agents, and leaders who want to access more of their innate creativity and leadership presence for greater effectiveness, enjoyment, and impact at work and in life. In addition to traditional coaching, Wendy offers training in the core competencies of coaching.


    “Whether at work or at home, we can find ourselves feeling stuck – like we have no good options available. Coaching can expand our awareness of the opportunities open to us,” says Wendy. “I saw that coaching was something I could use to support people to grow their awareness of what’s possible in any given situation and to achieve the desires and goals they have for their life and future. I also saw how the core competencies could be used as a creative and effective approach to leadership and navigating daily opportunities and challenges in the workplace.”


    According to Wendy, the core competencies of coaching are all about communication: designing alliances; creating awareness; designing actions; planning and goal setting; and managing progress and accountability.


    “Like the old adage about not just giving people fish to eat, but teaching them how to fish for longterm benefit, we teach people to fish,” says Wendy.


    For more information on Wendy Balman, visit www.wendybalman.com

  • 01:15

    Our Youth Speak - It Takes a Village

    in Motivation

    You remember the old adage Children should be seen and not heard? Yet you had to respond verbally whenever an adult asked you a question. If you spoke too softly you were reprimanded in public with Speak Up so you can be heard. This may have left that small child confused, not knowing when to speak or when to keep their mouth shut. Did you ever say to yourself you wished the adults would simply listen to what YOU had to say? Well now's your chance to listen to the youth of today. They too have a lot to share when we truly listen. However the opportunity to tell their story is seldom given to them.


    A diverse group of young people from across the nation join in this conversation and talk openly about what they experience on a daily basis and other concerns they share. Youth from middle and high school to college and beyond. Youth both in rural and metropolitan areas will be live to discuss what’s on their minds.


    Special guests tonight include Geneva Vanderhorst with her youth group STING Inc and Tammy Kinney with a group of youth representing Winder Georgia organization Women In Action.


    Support the youth by listening in on the show.

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Wendy Balman Coaching and Creative Services

    in Business

    Carol Stream, IL – You would be hard-pressed to find a coach that hasn’t been coached themselves. There’s something about the coaching process that inspires people to pay it forward. Perhaps it’s because the core competencies of coaching – active listening, powerful questioning and direct communication – are the same skills we need to succeed as leaders.


    Wendy Balman is the founder of Wendy Balman Coaching and Creative Services where she specializes in one-on-one coaching for entrepreneurs, change agents, and leaders who want to access more of their innate creativity and leadership presence for greater effectiveness, enjoyment, and impact at work and in life. In addition to traditional coaching, Wendy offers training in the core competencies of coaching.


    “Whether at work or at home, we can find ourselves feeling stuck – like we have no good options available. Coaching can expand our awareness of the opportunities open to us,” says Wendy. “I saw that coaching was something I could use to support people to grow their awareness of what’s possible in any given situation and to achieve the desires and goals they have for their life and future. I also saw how the core competencies could be used as a creative and effective approach to leadership and navigating daily opportunities and challenges in the workplace.”


    According to Wendy, the core competencies of coaching are all about communication: designing alliances; creating awareness; designing actions; planning and goal setting; and managing progress and accountability.


    “Like the old adage about not just giving people fish to eat, but teaching them how to fish for longterm benefit, we teach people to fish,” says Wendy.


    For more information on Wendy Balman, visit www.wendybalman.com

  • 01:02

    "Don't Say Anything At All, If You Don't Have Anything Nice To Say."

    in Christianity

    When I was little, all my Mother had to do was give me, "the look," to make me behave.  "Little people," aka children act out what they see at home, children that try to tell people off have watched the behavior at home.   


    I recall as a child talking negatively about someone and my mother telling me, "if you don't have anything nice to sat, don't say anything at all." As an adult I'm having to relearn this wise adage, from my wise mother and King Solomon.


    15 A gentle answer turns away wrath,
        but a harsh word stirs up anger.