• 00:34

    7th Anniversary Show With Guest Host Marcy Guevara -Episode #153

    in Entertainment

    On the next Chenese Lewis Show celebrity stylist and style expert Marcy Guevara takes over as host for the 7th anniversary of the podcast and interviews Chenese!

  • 01:01

    The K-N-O-W Show with Guest Rev. Larrye-Marie Heyl

    in Spirituality

    This WEDNESDAY, March 25, 2014, at 7pm-8pm, C.S.T., The Know Show Welcomes, Rev. Larrye-Marie, Heyl, Minister of the  Center for Spiritual Living Southeast Louisiana, (CSLSELA) at 8772 Quarter Lake, Bldg 13, Baton Rouge, LA 70809, Baton Rouge, LA!


     


    My guest on the Know Show this Wednesday from 7-8pm, C.S.T., is creating an awesome Spiritual Presence in Baton Rouge in a beautiful sanctuary nestled in an area that is more reminiscent of a quiet country retreat than a space within the concrete jungle and lends itself nicely to quiet walks amongst beautiful trees and meditation in the space between thoughts as music plays in the beautiful and cozy halls of the sanctuary and the heart space that is surrounded by quiet music, meditation and love.  I know that first hand because I was just there last week visiting and speaking to family and friends at that beautiful Center.  Rev. Larrye-Marie and I will discuss the importance of community, how to bridge the gap between the old thoughts and ways of yesterday and how to blend that with the new wine of spiritual awareness that requires that we all adapt to change and flow in the direction of the good that is waiting to materialize in our worlds and the worlds of those within our circle of influence, sometimes in spite of our differences, and at times as we embrace our differences.


    You may join us by dialing in at 347.838.9142, and then pressing 1 if you have a question or a comment or as always you may join us on the world- wide- web at:


    Additionally, please call in to ask your questions about the Centers for Spiritual Living (CSL) movement and to share your personal stories of how you have been helped by books, sermons and workshops by Ernest Holmes, Emmet Fox, Louise Hay, Joseph Murphy, Michael Beckwith, Maisha Hazzard, and so many, many more!!

  • 02:22

    JAMES WILDER INTERVIEW

    in Entertainment

    Powerful and versatile actor, James Wilder has been garnering awards and shining reviews in his new independent film, "3 Holes And a Smoking Gun," in which he portrays a duplicitous, washed-up screenwriter. He was named Best Lead Actor at the Red Dirt International Film Festival, Best Actor at the Winter Film Awards and Independent Spirit Award at the Garden State upcoming Film Festival. The film was also awarded the prestigious Grand Jury Prize at the Red Dirt International Film Festival and Best Screenplay honors at L.A.'s Downtown Film Festival.


    James Wilder's indelible portrayals include an ambitious lawyer in the Emmy Award-winning drama "Equal Justice." co-starring Sarah Jessica Parker, and the charming but sleazy drug dealing seducer in the series "Melrose Place." The New York Times said "James Wilder, as Carl Isaacs, is a thoroughly malevolent character, one in whom evil, rather than insanity, prevails," regarding his portrayal of serial killer Carl Isaacs in the acclaimed Miramax film, "Murder One."


    The multi-talented Wilder started off as a street performer, who took his juggling three chain saws act from San Francisco to New York and Europe. He performed at the legendary Moulin Rouge in his mother's native Paris at the age of 14. He studied at the famed NY Actors Studio . If that isn't enough, Mr Wilder also designs exclusive leather jackets and jewelry, refurbishes vintage furniture that he finds at auctions and flea markets, collects classic cars and commits to acting projects only when it inspires. “3 Holes And A Smoking Gun” is one such project. and is also a formidable architect and clothing and jewelry designer. It seems there is little this dashing actor cannot do.

  • 01:19

    N.M.I. w/ Bianca Kajlich(Leslie on NBC's Undateable) & The Voice Battle Rounds!!

    in Music

    Bianca Kajlich - Bianca Kajlich stars as Leslie Burton in NBC’s comedy series “Undateable.” Leslie is Danny’s sister and is a recently divorced wine-rep who, now single again for the first time in ten years, is struggling to find her place in the single world. Once introduced to the guys at the bar, she bonds with them immediately as they welcome her into their gang.Kajlich starred in Rules Of Engagement, Bring It On, 30 Minutes Or Less..Follow her on twitter @misskajlich


    Sawyer Fredericks - 15 - Fultonville,NY - Team Pharrell - Won his battle against Noelle Bybee while singing "Have You Ever Seen The Rain?" by Creedance Clearwater Revival


    Corey Kent White - 20 - Bixby,OK - Team Blake - Won his battle against Jacob Rummell while singing "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes


    Koryn Hawthorne - 17 - Abbeville,LA - Team Christina - Won her battle against Vance Smith while singing "Love Me Harder" by Ariana Grande


    Jacob Rummell - 19 - Akron,OH - Originally Team Blake then stolen by Team Pharrell after he lost his battle with Corey Kent White while singing "I Want Crazy" by Hunter Hayes


    Rob Taylor - 22 - Baton Rouge,LA - Team Christina - Won his battle against Jeremy Gaynor while singing "Animals" by Maroon 5


    Brooke Adee - 16 - Tampa,Fl - Team Blake - Won her battle against Bay Brooks while singing "Style" by Taylor Swift


    Lexi Davila - 17 - Lorain,OH - Team Adam - Won her battle against Bren'nae Debarge while singing "Unwritten" by Natasha Bedinfield


     

  • 00:35

    Poet Morgue McMillan & Musician Brendan Shoreland in Second Life

    in Current Events

     


    Join Marie to hear from writers and musicians in Second Life. Today, Poet Morgue McMillan & Musician Brendan Shoreland perform live at SpeakEasy/Gallery Rouge. If you're in Second Life, stop by the gallery for an amazing show. If you enjoy the segment, follow the show on BTR  and twitter @talkwithmarie to get notices.


     


     

  • 00:26

    Psychology Today with IMANI

    in Business

    I'm Modeling A New Image  (IMANI) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, which assists in mentoring, inspiring and providing an overall enhancement to the quality of life for youth within the community.  This wonderful organization is headed by Mr. Michael Gaines and his daughter, Esquita Gaines Shack.


    For over 30 years, Michael Gaines has been an advocate for children and families in need of mental health services. His sound clinical practice has been recognized by the Office Of Juvenile Justice, the Department Of Children and Family Services, and Family Roads. Mr. Gaines is a Positive Parent Educator. He is certified in levels 2, 4 and 5 of the program, Triple P Positive Parenting.

    Surrounded by the daily interactions of the mental health field, Esquita Gaines Shack started mentoring at a young age. By the time she left for Arkansas and returned for her first Summer Break, Ms. Shack began mentoring children with developmental disabilities. However, it wasn't until nearly 8 years later that Ms. Shack decided to pursue a career in Psychology. Today Esquita Shack works to keep children at risk of out home placement, inside their residence. She provides school interventions throughout the Greater East Baton Rouge Parish and she is certified in levels 2, 3, 4 and 5 of Triple P Positive Parenting. 


    And now, let's talk psychology with IMANI. 

  • 01:30

    Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years After- Caroline Travis, Illustrator

    in Books

    Please join us as our very talented, interesting, amazing and inspirational guest, Caroline Degler Travis, shares her Hurricane Katrina story and where she is ten years after. Caroline will tell the story from the perspective of a Baton Rouge vicinity resident....a first in the history of our radio blog show.


    Caroline was born in 1953 to Ruth and Rolland Degler in Oregon City, Oregon. She moved to Louisiana at 5 yrs of age, married right after high school and had three children within six yrs of marriage. Caroline married Jerry Travis with whom she has one child.


    Caroline, a former nurse, and current artist and painter, provided the illustrations for the children's book, "French Quarter Tori and the Red Owl" (by Cary and Gretchen Black).  A book about the value and specialness of friendship through hard times and great moral and geographic lesson for children of all ages.


    Caroline says, "I feel I have accomplished my dreams but there is still more in store for me. I have become an artist after my retirement although I knew throughout my life this talent was always there. I just never put it into action. I have recently bought a pottery wheel. This will be my next accomplishment. I will make pottery!! I am trying to pass some of my talents down to my grandchildren. My oldest grandson loves art also. I love spending time with my grandkids.


    Please join us for an inspirational discussion with Caroline


     

  • 01:40

    The Reality of Separating: Can Independent Black Communities Really Survive?

    in Food

    Welcome to the The Buying Club program!  Bro. Carlton's guest for this week is Louis Ali, owner of Northgate Land Development of Baton Rouge, LA.  In addition to managing land development projects, Bro. Louis organizes national conferences discussing Black People in America owning land and forming separate, independent cpmmunities.  To learn more be in the radio audience March 14, 2015 at 8:00pm, Eastern time, you may call-in 347-945-5454 or enter the chat room at: www.blogtalkradio.com/noimoa .


    To visit the farm online go to www.noimoa.com, there you will see more about who we are! And please continue to show your interest in the growth of our programs by offering support, we are expanding our programs content to include more ways that assist you with enhancing your lifestyle. To all our loyal listeners/supporters - we are thankul for each of you! To contact the provider/program engineer send email to nouvelspecialist@verizon.

  • 00:01

    Wendy Lincoln, founder of Magic Happens Rabbit Rescue

    in Pets

    We are a network of volunteers who do rabbit rescue, centered in Baton Rouge, LA, and serving LA, MS, and occasionally other states. We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Our mission is to rescue & find loving homes for rabbits, as well as educate and serve our community so that all rabbits in our area live happy, healthy lives with their families.


    Our rabbits for adoption come from all walks of life. Often they are a child’s pet, and the young caretaker loses interest, sometimes for a new pet, or especially if a young bunny is purchased and it unknowingly becomes an “unruly teenager” a few months later. Others come from animal control, are found wandering neighborhoods after being “set free” by people who no longer wanted them, or even drop-offs at pet stores. A few months after Easter, we often receive entire "unexpected litters" from Easter Rabbits bought without prior research. However, Easter is definitely not the only time we receive rabbits.


    Sadly, few rabbits that become unwanted end up in rescue. Most often they are given away to another unprepared home, and the rabbit goes through the cycle again. Others are let loose, left to find palatable grasses, avoid dogs and cars, and suffer from mites, fleas, heat, and rain.

    Rabbits are not as common of a pet as a cat or dog, and are much less understood as a family pet. They are often picked up at a pet store, put in a cage, and no questions are asked. Others are raised as livestock, being left outdoors and not socialized, and sit all alone day after day. Neither situation makes a happy pet, or a happy family! This is where our education mission comes in.


     

  • Time of Transfer "Passing The Baton To The Next Generation (Judges 2:6-15)

    in Christianity

    When we serious look at things today, it was told to us in Judges 2:6-15. For those of us that have by pass this please go back to see what the Lord has shared. So I’m going to address the subject of passing on the baton from one generation to the next. I really want to sound a warning to each and every one of us that, even if we are like Joshua and his generation, who knew the Lord and experienced His power, this is no guarantee that our children and the next generation will follow in our footsteps. Let me be as open as I can each of us play a significant role in helping to pass on the baton to the next generation with great care, because the race could easily be lost if we fumble the baton. Those of you that are parent I want to give practical instruction to, as well as to others who join in this task of help raising this generation, and let me be mindful  and show in detail on how to pass on the baton of faith to the next generation because its very important that they understand its a might win the race. Join us and share this lesson: "Passing The Baton To The Next Generation" also visit us at www.uptopministries.org and continue to send in your requests there

  • 00:54

    African American History & The Civil War

    in Radio

    New Book Details Long-Forgotten and Controversial Civil War Battle in Louisiana Former Slaves’ Fight at Milliken’s Bend Led to Congressional Investigation Baton Rouge—At Milliken’s Bend, Louisiana, a Union force composed predominantly of former slaves met their Confederate adversaries in one of the bloodiest engagements of the war. This small yet important fight received some initial widespread attention but soon drifted into obscurity. In Milliken’s Bend, Linda Barnickel uncovers the story of this long-forgotten and highly controversial battle. Controversial charges made after the battle eventually led to a congressional investigation and contributed to the suspension of prisoner exchanges between North and South. Barnickel’s compelling and comprehensive account of the battle illuminates not only the immense complexity of the events that transpired in northeastern Louisiana during the Vicksburg Campaign but also the implications of Milliken’s Bend upon the war as a whole. The battle contributed to southerners’ increasing fears of slave insurrection and heightened their anxieties about emancipation. In the North, it helped foster a commitment to allow free blacks and former slaves to take part in the war to end slavery. And for African Americans, both free and enslaved, Milliken’s Bend symbolized their never-ending struggle for freedom. Linda Barnickel is an archivist and freelance writer with master’s degrees from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and The Ohio State University. Passionate about discovering the hidden and fascinating stories of history, she is interested in local history, military history, oral history, and the cultural power of archives. 


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