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  • 00:23

    Jordan Wallace and Christina Hamilton Former Ragin Cajuns

    in Sports

    Former UL Ragin Cajun, Pitchers, Jordan Wallace and Christina Hamilton join TCRS. Wallace earned her 90th career win this season when the Ragin Cajuns defeated Baylor in the Regional Final becoming only the fourth pitcher in program history to reach 90 career wins joining Brooke Mitchell (119), Kyla Hall (104) and Ashley Brignac (94).  Wallace was also named NFCA First-Team All-Region and First-Team All-SBC this season.  Hamilton's best season was 2014 when she led the team to the Women's College World Series.  Hamilton also finished being named NFCA Second-Team All-American, NFCA First-Team All-Region and earned the James J. Corbett Award for the top amateur female athlete in the state of Louisiana.  Hamilton was also tabbed as the Sun Belt Pitcher of the Year and an All-Sun Belt First-Team, Louisiana Sports Writers Association Pitcher of the Year and an All-Louisiana First Team selection.  Jordan Wallace Twitter, Christina Hamilton Twitter.

  • 01:01

    BEYOND THE 4 WALLS RADIO BROADCAST

    in Spirituality

    JOIN PASTOR CHARLES & JANET JACKSON FOR BEYOND THE 4 WALLS RADIO BROADCAST EVERY FRIDAY MORNING @ 7AM C.S.T ONBLOGTALKRADIO.COM/SSMRADIO INTERNATIONAL AS PASTOR JACKSON AND HIS WIFE BRING FORTH A POWERFUL RHEMA WORD FROM THE LORD ALL THE WAY FROM Lafayette, Louisiana THE CALL IN NUMBER IS (929)477-4089 OR CLICK ON THE LINKBLOGTALKRADIO.COM/SSMRADIO

  • 02:00

    Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After-Al Johnson and Dave and Rose...NOLA musicans

    in Books

    It was in December 1959 that Alvin Lee Johnson (born June 20, 1939) entered Cosimo Matassa’s recording studio.  He emerged from the studio on Governor Nicholls Street with what would be a belated hit song and a new name, Al “Carnival Time” Johnson.  Joe Ruffino produced the recording session for his Ric label and Carnival Time eventually joined Professor Longhair’s Go to the Mardi Gras and Big Chief, and the Hawkettes’ Mardi Gras Mambo as classics of the New Orleans Mardi Gras.


    Johnson, like so many New Orleans musicians, grew up in the city’s Ninth Ward where he played trumpet and piano.  Born in 1939, he was influenced early on by Sugar Boy Crawford, Fats Domino, and Smiley Lewis.


    Alvin Johnson, best known for his famous song, "Carnival Time," has been a New Orleans Mardi Gras icon for over 40 years. A Rhythm & Blues performer, Al is a New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival veteran and has worked with the likes of Aaron Neville, Oliver Morgan, Bobby Lonero as well as (the late Tommy Ridgley, Jessie Hill, Bobby Mitchell, Eddie Bo & Ernie K-Doe) 


    Al has performed on the "Louisiana Jukebox" TV program and been the star of a highly successful Louisiana Lottery Mardi Gras campaign. Al has also been the subject of numerous articles in Mardi Gras Guide, New Orleans Magazine, Offbeat Magazine, The Louisiana Weekly, The Times Picayune, and Gambit Weekly.


    Also on the show, we have an amazing local New Orleans team...."Dave and Rose"...these fine local musicians will share their music and perspective regarding the 10 years after Katrina... Please join us for a fest of great music and perspective from NOLA musicians...

  • 00:31

    Domestic Violence Has To Stop!! "The Story Of Lakerrica Brown"

    in Current Events

    In this eisode we will attempt to clear up some of the wild accusations concerning the local domestic violence incident here in Shreveport Louisiana concerning Local resident Lakerrica Brown who feels that she has not only been wronged by her alleged assailant but also by the SPD.

  • 02:14

    Pocahontas - Family Tree started in 1548- Stephanie Turner

    in Politics

    RonMarch.com


    Join us for another power packed show with Stephanie Turner- Heir to Henry Turner. Join us as we discuss the Louisiana purchase, Pocahontas, and the 1548 Family Tree.


    Please donate, donate, donate at www.ronmarch.com

  • 00:07

    Business as a calling

    in Self Help

    Business is about creating goods, services, jobs, educational opportunities, benefits and new wealth that wasn't created before  that transforms communities and provide economic progress to the poor to increase hope of  living the american dream.

  • 02:16

    REBECCA HENSLEY: THE PRISON ABOLITION MOVEMENT, ALBERT WOODFOX & FREEDOM

    in Current Events

    Professor and prison abolitionist     Rebecca Hensley?
    Professor in the Sociology department
    at Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond, LA


    Rebecca Hensley is a writer, speaker, and sociologist who's made a life's work out of unapologetically announcing what she  sees. She says, "  Some people love it. Some people don't. Whatever. The ball is still the ball, no matter what kind of spin somebody tries to put on it."  A commmitted struggler against the prison industrial complex she has worked on the behalf of many warriors locked down most recently the Angola 3


    A skilled orator- teacher - and activist she will display a lifesworth of wisdom for the future genrations of struggle to advance the cause.


    Her Blog: www.whyaminotsurprised.blogspot.com/2010/09/narrative-about-narrative.html


     


     

  • 02:22

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: BEAN; SF Green Film Fest.

    in Art

    1. Darren Walker, BEAN founder
    Having been a business man from a very early age, Darren Walker became frustrated with the challenges of limited access to people and resources that could advance his business and personal endeavors. Thus, Walker created Black Economic Advancement Network (BEAN) to provide a way for African Americans to connect with business owners and capital to make it easier to identify and support each other’s businesses.


    At age 25, Walker—together with his friend and partner Dustin Young established GOES (Green Opportunities Energy Solutions). GOES was the first among the companies then incubating at Moore Norman Technology Center whose sales exceeded $1 million in its first year of operation at the Business Development Center where it started.


    Darren Walker is the youngest of six children born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been happily married to Lucy Walker for eight years, with whom he has two precious daughters, a toddler and an infant.

    5th Annual San Francisco Green Festival, May 28-June 3
    2. 8:30AM - Rachel Caplan (executive director, founder SFGF), and Jim McSilver director of OAKLAND ORIGINALS  


    3. 9AM - Michelle Grace Steinberg director of BEYOND RECOGNITION, and Shadia Fayne Wood for OUR POWER FULL FORCE


    4. Originally from New York, Suraya Keating is Shakespeare for Social Justice Director for Marin Shakespeare Company, Clinical Supervisor for an Expressive Arts Therapy Program at Martinez Hospital and master trainer in Expressive Arts and Drama Therapy. Suraya is also an Adjunct Professor at the California Institute of Integral Studies and maintains a private practice in the Bay Area.

  • 02:03

    WEDNESDAY WITH TOM WITT

    in Politics

    Originally started during Summer 2013 with Thomas Witt, executive director, Equality Kansas the largest premier statewide organization for the LGBT communities.


    KKFI fm 90.5 Kansas City’s community FCC radio station broadcasts “This Way Out” every Saturday 2pm (Central).  It is live streamed at their website, KKFI.org, for out of range listeners.


    Segment Summary:  1st Hour - “This Way Out” the international gay and lesbian radio magazine. (30 min.) A landslide of love brings marriage equality to Ireland; Billy Gilman gives voice to country queers; the Church of Scotland and France's United Protestants advance a gay agenda, President Robert Gates tells U.S. Boy Scouts to "be prepared", LGBT youth get protections in Oregon and Nevada, right-wing Governor Bobby Jindal grandstands in Louisiana, Michael Sam heads north, and more LGBT news from around the world!


    Then Amanda Marcotte’s outstanding “RH Reality Cast” from the vital news web site RH Reality Check @ RHRealityCheck.org (30 min. ca.) Summary: On this episode, host Amanda Marcotte interviews Brown University’s Kate Carey about her study of college sexual assault. Also, Marcotte has a segment honoring Mad Men’s long reign as an adamantly pro-choice show, and she discusses how a scandal involving Missouri Rep. John Diehl reveals anti-choice hypocrisy.


    If we're lucky, Tom Witt will appear for a half hour to discuss Kansas lawmakers.


    Ending the show with Naomi Fowler's outstanding Tax Cast courtesy the Tax Justice Network, "tackling tax havens" worldwide.

  • 00:37

    HCR Golden Vibes Summer sessions

    in Music

    Music and  talk  from  Hit City Digital  Records

  • 01:10

    Through Bayous and Pine Barrens; The "Short Route" To Texas

    in History

    Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto reads from Chapters 3 and 4 of "Tenting on the Plains"; George Armstrong Custer and his wife Libbie deal with the oppressive, subtropical climate and more as they continue their journey through Louisiana to Texas during the summer of 1865.