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  • 00:45

    Keeping It Real With SLashay Welcomes Miss Bowie Maryland Paegant Winner

    in Women

    On March 31 at George Washington University Hospital, Frances Audrey Theresa Ware was born. After three months, she moved overseas with her older brother of four years, Francis Anthony Isaac and mother, Dr. Jane A Ware. Dubbed "Terri" by her mother when she was a newborn, the three lived in England, Germany and Korea. After living overseas for 7 years, the Ware Family moved back to the states where they lived in Arlington, VA for a brief stint before moving to Stafford, VA where they established their new home.
     
    Growing up, the now twenty four year old was involved in many extra-curricular activities. She played the viola, guitar and piano, danced and received her first degree black belt alongside her brother in Tae Kwon Do. Terri also found time to help out her community through girl scouts, church and later in high school through the Learn and Serve program. After attending Virginia School of the Arts for a summer intensive program and then graduating from North Stafford High School with an Advanced Diploma in 2009, Terri took a few years off to work, make sure her life goals were what she wanted to achieve and moved to Bowie, Maryland. Here, she was a make up artist for DC Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 Collection, volunteered her talents to conduct televised and written interviews for Fresh Daily Inc., a company that discovers and promotes "lifestyle" throughout the DMV and is chief correspondent for the CEO of ibrandwebrand, Denise Moss. Some of her interviews include well known individuals such as Chef James Robinson from Hells Kitchen Season 13 and singer Yhai Portier.
     

     

  • 01:02

    A Tribute To C.G. Bowie

    in Pop Culture

    On this episode, host Jackson Herod and special guest Donnie Pitchford honor former Turner High School Band Director, and former Carthage High School Assistant Band Director C.G. Bowie. This podcast includes interviews with Mr. Bowie, musical selections from some of the bands he directed over the years, and an episode of Carthage Schools Present that was dedicated to Mr. Bowie when he retired from CHS.


     


    Mr. Bowie passed away recently, so we dedicate this episode to his family, his friends, and all the lives he touched.

  • 00:30

    The Angie Bowie Barnett Show

    in Entertainment

    Art, Music, Writing, Culture, Fasion, Photography, 1970's, Rock Historian, Backstage Passes and Current Events.

  • 02:32

    Former CIAA Commissioner Leon Kerry and Bowie State football coach Damon Wilson

    in Sports

    Leon Kerry, former Commissioner of The CIAA joins us to discuss the latest changes in the Conference and other related topics.


    Damon Wilson, Head Football Coach at Bowie State joins us to preview their big game vs undefeated Livingstone College this weekend.


    Plus breaking news, scores, updates and we preview the Thursday night NFL game, the Sunday games and the HBCU/Major College football games this weekend.


    Join L.A. and Tony "TEE-MAC" McClean for all the great discussions.


    Listen beginning at 7pm EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/la-batchelor or listen on your phone at 646-929-0130


    If you miss the show you can listen to the Podcast at www.thebatchelorpad.vpweb.com ortherealvigalantee.com


     AND DON'T FORGET TO CHECK OUT:
     1. Wildcat Wednesday with Vinny Hardy and Terry Brown airing every Wednesday from 6pm to 8pm EST.


     2. The Batchelor Pad Thursday edition beginning at 7pm EST and hosted by LA Batchelor and Tony McClean


      All shows can be heard at:
    blogtalkradio.com/la-batchelor


     Follow us at pa4truth@Twitter and padnation@facebook
     

  • 00:15

    Author VSJ's Conversation with Cindy Freland

    in Books

    Cindy Freland's passion is teaching workshops, designing and managing Facebook pages and helping authors get their books on Amazon. She has written many business books, including one on Facebook for business, "Easy Guide to Your Facebook Business Page," and several children's books. Freland lives in Bowie, Maryland with her family and puppy, Juno. She enjoys crafts, painting, walking, swimming, shopping, animals, beaches and baking.

  • 00:25

    Author VSJ welcomes to Bed Time Babies Author Cindy Freland

    in Books

    Cindy Freland's passion is teaching workshops, designing and managing Facebook pages and helping authors get their books on Amazon. She has written many business books, including one on Facebook for business, "Easy Guide to Your Facebook Business Page," and several children's books. Freland lives in Bowie, Maryland with her family and puppy, Juno. She enjoys crafts, painting, walking, swimming, shopping, animals, beaches and baking.

  • 00:32

    The Angie Bowie Barnett Show

    in Entertainment

    Music, Art, Culture, Current Events

  • 01:00

    'Joe Symes & The Loving Kind' From Liverpool To Madame Perry's Salon

    in Entertainment

    The Madame loves music, especially of the Brit-Pop, UK RnR styles! Tonight's show is one you'll definitely want to download from iTunes. I'll be surprised if you aren't already familiar with British band Joe Symes & The Loving Kind. The description below is from their website. The party starts at 7PM EDT at Mme Perry's Salon!


    Joe Symes and The Loving Kind help relive 80's Bowie, Brit-Pop and the solo workings of Sir Paul McCartney. Simplistic yet all the same intensely powerful, Liverpool's acoustic/rock five-piece bring a relaxation to the mind to create a hypnotic trance, fitting in with their own rock-esque image. So far the musicians have had many an experience in the past years, one of the more notable milestones, headlining Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds after show party, proving their musical prowess within the industry

  • 01:09

    LOTL The Comfort Zone Presents Van Hunt. New CD' The Fun Rises, TheFun Sets

    in Music

    Van Hunt, the Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter/producer has announced his fifth studio album The Fun Rises, TheFun Sets to be released May 5th via Nashville-based Thirty Tigers and Hunt's own label godless-hotspot. Like its predecessor - 2011's What Were You Hoping For?, which The New York Times hailed as "ambitious and exciting" - The Fun Rises, The FunSets is enticingly adventurous. Of the album Van Hunt states: ""The drive to create something new and different is what keeps me excited and engaged as an artist. It's the thrill of appearing with The Afghan Whigs at Coachella and then performing at a gospel quartet music special all in the same week. The excitement is in constantly evolving as an artist. It's how I got from my first album,Van Hunt (alternative soul, electro-funk music influenced by Prince and The Ohio Players), to my last album What Were You Hoping For?, which was Bowie-influenced, progressive rock and soul." Full of African rhythms, blues and funk, the new album is full of contemporary components often found in the music of St. Vincent, James Blake, Dev Hynes and FKA Twigs. "It is the history of Black- American music filtered through modern technology," explains Hunt. 
     
    Today you can hear the first single off the album "Vega (stripes on)," a percolating, lusty track that simmers with jangly Howlin' Wolf-style guitars closed with a short rhyme reminiscent of early Raekwon. Pre-order the album now and check out the track above.

  • 01:07

    Microaggressions

    in Pop Culture

    This week, kim thompson, Stoker, and Kevin Vollmers discuss microaggressions, in particular microaggressions in the racism vein. Some questions they'll ponder and topics they'll discuss: 



    Are racials microaggressions actually microaggressions or are they flat out racist?
    Do White people use the term microaggressions to get a pass, as in, "Oops! I wasn't being racist. I meant no harm. I realize that was a microaggression." 
    Baltimore.
    Korea microaggressions.
    US microaggressions.
    White privilege and White suppremacy.


    Tune in and join the conversation on Wednesday, April 29th, 7:00 am Minneapolis time/9:00 pm Seoul time. 


    [Reference: No, You’re Not Imagining It: 3 Ways Racial Microaggressions Sneak into Our Lives via Everyday Feminism]

  • 00:31

    Milling About with Angela Bowie

    in Entertainment

    Angela Bowie joins host Robin Milling to talk about her new book Lipstick Legends. The very candid and provocative ex of David Bowie speaks unabashedly about the early days of Glam Rock and how her friends used drag to express themselves when it wasn't fashionable.
    Angela recalls what it was like to be traveling through the world in the heady days of rock n' roll shaping Bowie's image and encouraging his success. She reveals why the marriage ended, dispels the myth about the song 'Angie,' and shares fantastic stories.
    Her next book Pop Sex explores sexuality through the ages.
    For more information visit www.angiebowie.net