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Sunday, August 30, at 9PM ET/6PM PT, "War a Week" Radio presents a special "LA Express" edition of "Ringside Report" with Rodney Green and Joseph Herron!!
Kicking off this evening's 90 minute program, the "War a Week" team will review both fight cards from Los Angeles, California, at the Staples Center and Forum respectively!
- Santa Cruz MD12 over Mares
- Mosley KO6 over Mayorga
- Ceja TKO5 over Ruiz
- Diaz Jr. TKO4 over Arceo
- Luna KO4 over Lopez
- Angulo RTD5 over Munoz
Rodney and Joseph will also talk about the upcoming events on the boxing calendar and latest fight news around the community!!
- Does Mosley really want a piece of Mexican fight legend Juan Manuel Marquez in 2016?
- How well will a special Sunday edition of boxing on CBS do in Corpus Christi, Texas? Dirrell vs. Rubio? McDonnell vs. Kameda II?
- Miguel Cotto "No one will force me to face Golovkin/Lemieux winner"...really?
- Thoughts on Andre Berto media workout...should fight fans take a chance on this PPV event?
Tune in to another all-new edition of "Ringside Report" with Rodney Green and Joseph Herron!!
Our last episode of Scarefest Radio before THE EVENT. How are the ducks rowing up?
Godz Messenger Brought up in a family that attended church regularly (on Sundays), I was one who believed that GOD was real, but I didn't understand or experience the power and essence of HIS love. I knew I didn't want to end up or go to that place called hell. I got to a point where I didn't want to go to Church anymore, due to a desire of becoming a professional basketball player. I also fed on singing love songs because it brought attention, as well as girls.
As time passed on I had to make a choice between basketball and singing. I analyzed my height and injured knee, it was easy to make a decision. Singing was the choice, I could stand way in the back and let Troy Sanders, Vaughn Burks, and Carlos Munoz (members of the Finest Hour), do the lead singing.
Diversity Diversity (Darius Robinson) has a sound that is destined to cause people to
sit up and take notice. His down to earth delivery of the gospel through
practical everyday life makes the gospel relative and personable to the
listener. He has managed to package the gospel for diverse audiences based
on scripture; hence the name, Diversity. His music presents a message of
hope and truth for people of all walks of life.
Diversity has uncovered a hidden gift to sing. He has chosen to use this
gift to glorify the giver of his new found talent. “Glorify You” is a song
of adoration and gratitude to the God of his salvation. This updated
classic groove is infectious and Diversity’s smooth delivery is soothing
and uplifting; sure to have you quickly singing along.
in Pop Culture
Today's Guest: Mark Voger, author of 'Monster Mash: The Creepy, Kooky Monster Craze in America 1957-1972.'
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Key Interview Moments:
• 8:45 Squaring a fascination with monsters such as Dracula against the teachings of the Catholic church;
• 16:44 Monster memorabilia was the of many a childhood;
• 25:50 Bill Cosby was genuinely scared to death of Boris Karloff when the star of many Universal monster flicks guest starred on an episode of "I Spy" in the 1960s.
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Film critics and comedians roast host Betty Jo Tucker and her award-winning movie memoir, Confessions of a Movie Addict. A book giveaway will also be included in this celebration of the memoir’s fourth anniversary as a Kindle E-book. Warren Epstein, Nancy Lombardo, Diana Saenger, James Colt Harrison and A.J. Hakari join in the fun. Warren Epstein, a stand-up comic who now serves as Arts & Culture Editor for the Colorado Springs Gazette, and comedian Nancy Lombardo, host of the hilarious Comedy Concepts show on BlogTalkRadio, represent the world of comedy in this special episode. Movie critics sharing their reactions are film historian James Colt Harrison, entertainment journalist Diana Saenger, and Mad Movie Man A.J. Hakari. The paperback edition of Confessions of a Movie Addict won First Place in the memoir category at the 2012 Royal Dragonfly Book Awards competition. It chronicles a love affair with the cinema that has lasted over half a century. Beginning with a 6-year-old’s fright and fascination while watching Boris Karloff in Frankenstein, the author reveals personal movie-related anecdotes and takes readers behind the scenes of the entertainment industry, sharing her favorite celebrity interviews and revealing a number of hilarious encounters with movie stars and filmmakers. Author’s royalties for this book are donated to The Film Foundation, a non-profit organization founded by Martin Scorsese to help with film preservation.
HOOPS AND HIPPOS! San Antonio Spurs' Boris Diaw has written a children's book about his time in Africa. Great stories and beautiful photos. He also talks about endangered animals and the unfortunate loss of Cecil the lion. https://twitter.com/theborisdiaw.
TALKING WOMEN'S SOCCER! Gwen Moran stops by to talk about why women's soccer is having a moment and how to make it last. Her work has appeared in and on many leading business publications and web sites, including Entrepreneur, Kiplinger.com, Newsweek.com, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, and many others. She's here to talk about this article she wrote for Fortune and her interview with the NWSL's Jeff Plush. http://www.gwenmoran.com/
I remember. We had toy guns to shoot each other with. That shot harmless projectiles. We had candy cigarettes and bubble gum cigars. So basically we were grown on guns and cigarettes. That and violent cartoons. Even "Boris & Natasha" with "Fearless Leader" How cold war is that? Now look how it is today.
in Self Help
Today on the bottom line we will be discussing the topic "Should I stay or walk away":
Ms. Tasha will be joined by Darrin Williamson of the Andrew Powell Show here on MSLRadio along with Zhani Munoz.. Health and life coach! We will be discussing why people get into the wrong relationships, signs your in the wrong relationship
From the author of Jerusalem Maiden comes a mesmerizing, thought-provoking novel that tells the riveting story of an American woman—the daughter of Holocaust survivors—who travels to Russia shortly after the fall of communism, and finds herself embroiled in a perilous mafia conspiracy that could irrevocably destroy her life.
Brooke Fielding, a thirty-eight year old New York investment manager and daughter of Jewish Holocaust survivors, finds her life suddenly upended in late September 1993 when her job is unexpectedly put in jeopardy. Brooke accepts an invitation to join a friend on a mission to Moscow to teach entrepreneurial skills to Russian business women, which will also give her a chance to gain expertise in the new, vast emerging Russian market. Though excited by the opportunity to save her job and be one of the first Americans to visit Russia after the fall of communism, she also wonders what awaits her in the country that persecuted her mother just a generation ago.
Inspired by the women she meets, Brooke becomes committed to helping them investigate the crime that threatens their businesses. But as the uprising of the Russian parliament against President Boris Yeltsin turns Moscow into a volatile war zone, Brooke will find that her involvement comes at a high cost. For in a city where “capitalism” is still a dirty word, where neighbors spy on neighbors and the new economy is in the hands of a few dangerous men, nothing Brooke does goes unnoticed—and a mistake in her past may now compromise her future.
The Shrieking Ghoul is back with an episode about mummy movies. On the U.P. Schlock blog it's Mummy Week, so all week it's been about classic movies about mummies from "The Mummy" with Boris Karloff to other films. This episode will be examining those movies from interesting facts to actors who have been under the wraps. Also about blog posts that have gone throughout the week! So come and join the Shrieking Ghoul at 10 p.m. central and join in the Mummy fun!
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