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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.

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    in News


  • 00:38

    "I Want an Ax to Break the Ice; I Wanna Come Down Right Now." - Bowie on Coke

    in POTUS

    I just finished one of the most amazing interviews on the Andrew Aloha show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXHZ7YZNgO8 

    Although it was amazing, the amazingness of it started when Mama-Ganja first plugged me into Andrew a few weeks or months back, I don't remember, I've been on Cloud 11, but when I first talked to him on skype, I experienced "Talking in Tongues" for the first time on skype. I had experienced "writing in tongues/typing in tongues" as I call it, until better words surface/come down from the high. Many times when I would wake up in the morning at Soka University of America to read the essay I supposedly wrote the night before, I would say, "shit, did I really write that?!" 

    Then after publishing my possibly channeled 1000 or more pages of writings from SUA, FaCeBoOk CaMe OuT oF tHe ClOsEt and I would go back and read posts that I swear I could have never written.  So either I had many ghost writers at SUA and they have followed me to Japan and/or I'm possessed and/or channing Sir Francis Bacon/Nichimoku Shonin/Plato or a few other dead dudes or I'm just more amazing than anyone was ever willing to give me credit for? 

    But I really don't care which one it is anymore; I've been getting so many downloads/uploads while sleeping since first plugging into the energizer bunny that I just wanna come down right now.  So this show, if it's humanly/astrally/otherworldly possible, is going to be an attempt to somewhat "come down" from the "rioting the unbeatable high" Jello Biofra sings about or "Satori must be something quite the same" Bowie sang about. 

    The Sun Machine is Coming Down Call 1-oh-my-ax-2015 if you wanna be down!

  • 00:30

    The Angie Bowie Barnett Show

    in Entertainment

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

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    in Entertainment

    Angie Bowie and Rick Hunt with all the news and playing tunes from some of out favorite guests.

  • 01:00

    New Mayans ... Indie-Rock from Chicago

    in Rock Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Swiggy, Lead Vocalist and Synths of the Chicago Indie-Rock Band New Mayans to the Show!


    NEW MAYANS in 2014 formed an alliance with members who have worked with the famous Ziggy Stardust himself, (Mario J Mcnulty, Earl Slick, and Sterling Campbell) recording at one of Earth’s greatest audio recording stations, The Magic Shop.
    His style blends the sounds of late 70’s David Bowie and Radiohead with a hint of Vangelis creating a Sonic Brave New World. Each and every song, he logs his thoughts, adventures, and eventual devolution into madness.

    All media Inquiries: 
    LaFamos PR & Branding

  • 01:06

    Wings of the Spirit with Special Guest, Sister Tracy V. Price

    in Christianity

    Tracy Price is a member of Grace Beyond the Walls (GBTW) located in Baltimore City.  She currently serves her church as the Outreach Coordinator for the Reach All People (RAP) Ministry under the leadership of Pastor Antoine Payne.  Tracy has been a member of GBTW since its inception in March of 2013.  Prior to joining GBTW she was a member of New Song Bible Fellowship Church located in Bowie, Maryland for 22 years.

    Tracy’s passion for people can be found in her ministry.  While attending New Song she founded and directed Manna Ministries, a grocery relief program for food insecure families.  As the Director of Manna Ministries, Tracy trained and equipped 18 additional churches in the surrounding area to adopt this program as part of their outreach ministry. 

    After two years of successfully distributing groceries to the community at a reduced cost through Manna Ministries, she established FEED THE 500 an annual event which takes place the week before Christmas.  Tracy, along with her team of volunteers solicit funds from individuals, corporations, and churches to provide a one week’s supply of groceries (free of charge) to families in Baltimore City, Prince Georges County, the District of Columbia, and Ft. Meade Military Base.  Since FEED THE 500 first began in 2009, the nutritional and spiritual needs of over 12,000 people in our region were met through this outreach.

    Most recently Tracy was appointed as the first female board member to the Thirst No More Corporation (TNMC).  In this capacity she brings a wealth of energy, knowledge and passion to their projects nationally and internationally.



  • 01:29

    Red Maryland Radio #239: November 5, 2015

    in Politics Conservative

    It’s an all new episode of Red Maryland Radio tonight at 8 PM on the Red Maryland Network.

    On tonight's show:

    Election Night was good for Republicans around the country; we'll talk about some local races and what it means to us;
    Democrats are at it again on education. We'll talk about why it's nonsense.
    In God Stuff, we'll explain why two Churches merging grinds our gears;
    And we'll explain what this video means.

    All that and more is why you can’t afford to miss an episode of Red Maryland Radio on the Red Maryland Network…….and don't forget that you can subscribe to all Red Maryland Network programming on iTunes and on Stitcher.


  • 01:05

    Live To The Point with Guest Mark Staggers

    in Radio

    Join Paul & Kesha And there Guest Mark Staggers Wednesday November 11th 2015 at 7:00 PM EST Join from the comfort of your home. We now have Two different ways for you to join the broadcast Via Our Talk Shoe. Call-in (724) 444-7444 Call ID: 137073 Join the conversation at http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/137073 Or our Blog Talk Radio. Call-in (646) 716-4416 Join the conversation http://www.blogtalkradio.com/livetothepoint Tune in Live 24/7 to W.V.O.D RADIO http://www.wvodradio.net/ A FEW THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT MARK STAGGERS - Marc Staggers was born in Washington D.C., the Nations Capital, and graduated from Bowie State University. During his college years, he also studied music, and after graduating from college, he continued to study voice under the direction of the world-renowned Soprano, Nelda Ormond, whom was pivotal in him recognizing his true singing talent, and encouraging the confidence he needed to pursue a singing career.

  • 02:30

    The Batchelor Pad show for Tuesday October 20th 2015

    in Sports


    6pm-Dr Kenyatta Cavil of The THG Agency joins us to recap the weekend in HBCU Football and unveil his Top 10(s).


    6:30pm-Damon Wilson, Head Football Coach at Bowie State talks about the Bull Dogs season so far.


    6:45pm-Bonita Best, Sports Editor/Managing editor at the Triangle Tribune, discusses the latest in HBCU news and notes.


    7pm-Dave Goren of The NSSA gives us a preview of the Carolina Hurricanes season.


    7:15-Nick Anastos of ESPN New Hampshire recaps the New England Patriots game vs The Colts and other topics.


    7:30pm-Jerald Hoover of Pure Sports New York talk some NBA Hoops with us.

    Join L.A. Batchelor  for all the great discussions.

    Listen live at 646-929-0130, or at  www.blogtalkradio.com/la-batchelor

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