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  • 00:38

    Guest: Brandy Gillmore

    in Culture

    Jim and Jennifer talk with Brandy Gillmore. Brandy is a platformed speaker who leaves audiences awestruck and amazed by demonstrating the power of the mind to create immediate healing results. Left with no hope for recovery after a devastating accident in 2003 left her disabled and in excruciating pain, she had to turn inward to seek her own answers to heal her herself. Through her personal experiments and discoveries, she created a simple step-by-step process using the power of her mind. Today she works with a wide variety of people including celebrities, entrepreneurs, politicians, Olympic athletes, and people worldwide.  She shows people how to use their mind to change not only their health, but their lives using the power we all posses within the mind. Website: www.BrandyGillmore.com

  • 00:03

    Episode 1199: PJ Norwood Show

    in Training

    A focus on building the foundation of the fire service by introducing  you to the best of the fire service authors and trainers.

  • 00:10

    Dorian Missick Starring Opposite Brandy in ZOE EVER AFTER on BET.

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Dorian Missick Starring Opposite Brandy in ZOE EVER AFTER on BET.


    DORIAN MISSICK
     
    With his nuanced and masculine style Dorian Missick is proving to be one of entertainment’s most engaging actors to watch.
     
    Up next, Missick will next be seen as ‘Gemini Moon’ the male lead in the BET series "Zoe Ever After” opposite Brandy Norwood. The show centers on a newly single mom stepping out of the shadow of her famous boxer husband (Missick).  The multi-camera comedy  premiered on January 5th.
     
    Missick gained recognition when he starred in two seasons of the critically-acclaimed, TNT series, "Southland" as ‘Detective Ruben Robinson.’   Other series regular roles includes NBC's drama "The Cape," JJ Abrams' "Six Degrees," along with guest spots on AMC's "Better Call Saul" SyFy’s “Haven” and HBO's "The Brink.”
     
    On the big screen, Missick is currently in production on “As Evil Does” where be serves as both star and producer. The independent thriller is scheduled for a mid-2016 release.  Other film credits include "Annie,”  "Deliver Us From Evil”, "Big Words,”"Mooz-Lum,” “Two Weeks’ Notice," "Lucky Number Slevin," "The Manchurian Candidate" and a starring role opposite Zoe Saldana in "Premium.”
     
    Additionally, Missick is no stranger to the stage as he starred off-Broadway in the Pulitzer-prize winning drama "A Soldier's Play" opposite Anthony Mackie and Taye Diggs.
     
    Dorian lives in both in New York and Los Angeles where he is a popular DJ under his alias Tailwind Turner.
     
     


     

  • 01:27

    Episode 1174: PJ Norwood Show

    in Training

    A focus on building the foundation of the fire service by introducing  you to the best of the fire service authors and trainers.


    Also, do you know a firefighter or first responder who has made remarkable contributions to their local fire service?  Tell us who and why by providing a short video or a short essay and your nominee could be awarded a full scholarship to attend FDIC International 2016!


    Honeywell and DuPont™ Kevlar® have partnered to award 20 deserving firefighters and first responders with a full-paid scholarship – including travel and accommodations – to attend the industry’s premier safety and training event. Winners will receive admission to FDIC International 2016 which includes classroom training, seminars and exhibits.


    Visit www.fdic.com/scholarship-2016.html for more details and to vote on nominations.

  • 02:01

    CinnamonMoon At Night & River WildFireMoon host David Rountree & Brandy Eves

    in Spirituality

    Join CinnamonMoon, Spiritual Coach and Author along with her special guest host River WildFire Moon as they take you beyond the mundane to enhance your life. Ride the Winds of Change with insight into the anomalies and spiritual development designed to aid you in your personal growth. Tonight's special guests are good friends of the show, shamans David Rountree and Brandy Eves. It's always a pleasure to have them share time with us. We're going to be talking about all sorts of things including some unusual and very unique archaeological and scientific discoveries, of course how they relate to sacred mysteries and shamanic practices and a whole lot more!  It's going to be a fascinating evening so do tune in. You're welcome to visit the study center for more resources at: www.spiritlodge.info.

  • 02:00

    Business Blitz with Brandy Flynn and Jersey Moulin

    in Business

    Brandy J. Flynn, Founder and Owner of Brandy J. Flynn Counseling and Consulting Services, is a vibrant person who has always wanted to be in a place in her life where she could help people. She began her mental health career in 2002, working in direct care with children in a residential facility while attending graduate school. She later became more clinical by advancing up the mental health field as a clinical case manager and later a mental health therapist. Brandy has worked in various aspects in mental health from clients with troubled backgrounds, broken families and relationships, and individuals going through difficult times. Her great service has gained her the privilege of being awarded The Best In Black Award for Best Consulting/ Professional Services and being inducted as a  2015 Honoree for Women of Excellence in her home city of Memphis, Tenn.


    Jersey Moulin, Founder and Executive Director of Touched Apparel a clothing company that creates campaigns that financially support  non-profit organizations that help Empower our youth. Touched Apparel signature programs include Too Dope To Bully and Beautiful She. Jersey is a visionary in that she continuously finds innovative ways to make personal development and concious living cool and engaging to young people. Jersey Moulin is a part of the next generation of #girlbosses. The #Livinglady brand helps all women find thier inner power and live on PURPOSE. One of Jersey Moulin's motto... A Living Lady will touch your life! Jersey Moulin has another brand called J.Moulin that exemplifies to young women how to be a lady in these times. 

  • 01:17
  • 00:31

    Denver proves to be Cam Newton's Kryptonite as Broncos claim Lombardi Trophy

    in Sports

    The most valuable person of Super Bowl 50 may have been Wade Phillips. The Denver Broncos entered Super Bowl 50 with the number ranked unit in the NFL. The Carolina Panthers had scored 80 points in their two playoff games and had the leagues MVP running the offense. Phillips devised an aggressive game plan the pressured Newton and forced four Panther turnovers. Two Newton fumbles led to both Bronco touchdowns. 


    Peyton Manning came out of the gates looking like the Manning of old, leading the Broncos to an opening drive field goal. Manning completed four of six passes for 47 yards on the 10 play drive. After trading punts, the Panthers started their second drive at their own 15. On thrid down Von Miller broke the edge and instead of crushing Newton he stripped the ball. The ball was recovered in the end zone by Malik Jackson and the Broncos took a 10-0 lead. Prior to the touchdown, Newton found Jerricho Cotchery over the middle but the play was ruled incomplete after replay upheld the call.


    Early in the second quarter James Stewart vaulted into the end zone from one yard out that made the score 10-7. Jordan Norwood broke a Super Bowl record with a 61-yard punt return that gave the Broncos a first down at the Carolina 14-yard line. The Panthers defense stood tall and held the Broncos to a field goal, which made the score 13-7. 


    Both teams added a field goal in the second half. With 4:51 remaining and the score 16-10, the Panthers took over on their own 24-yard line. Once again, Von Miller broke the edge and got his hand on the ball as Newton was cocked back and ready to throw. T.J. Ward recoverd the fumble and set the Broncos up at the Panthers 4-yard line. Josh Norman was called for holding on an incomplete third-down pass that gave the Broncos a first down at the 2-yard line. C.J Anderson bullied his way to the goal line and gave the Broncos a 22-10 lead. The ensuing two-point conversion was good.

  • 02:01

    Unity Ascending: Continuation of Spiritual Tools of Practice

    in Spirituality

    Join hosts; Shannon, Becky, Brandy and Shell of Unity Ascending, as we continue our exploration of Spiritual Tools of Pratice.  Join in the fun and tell us in chat or on the phone line: What is your favorite Spiritual Practice?


    Join us in live chat or at (347)850-8292 We hope to see you there! 
     

  • 01:09

    JLC - Episode 23 - Equip Saints - Bro John's Gospel Hour

    in Spirituality

    JLC - Episode 23 - Equip Saints


    Bro John's Gospel Hour Minister


    John Linden-Cook of Norwood Christian Fellowship


    For more info on NCF go to: www.ncf.me.uk


    Tape 0603 - EQUIP SAINTS - PART VI TALK 1

  • 01:30

    #BelmontRadio Dawn Richard Sounds Off On Brandy Comparisons, & More Hot Topics

    in Entertainment

    For many, if not everyone, the statements above are simply facts of life.


    Unfortunately, Dawn Richard seems to have been partial to a little fiction recently when she claimed that she didn’t understand why so many “black people” compare her vocal stylings to those of her R&B sibling Brandy. In Dawn had this to say about Ms. Norwood:


     I grew up loving Imogen Heap and Bjork. And one of my favorite female voices to this day is Alanis Morissette. Those voices really did something for me, growing up to me they sounded like cognac and cigar smoke, they had these cool tones that worked well with rock and alternative music.  As far as what I do organically, I just go in and whatever feels good, feels good I don’t force it. Leads and adlibs are cool but my favorite thing to do when I’m in the studio is backgrounds. I can go on and on for days, there’s this sense of peace and chanting. Like an army of bad motherfuckers always behind me, like a 1000 people in believing me and 1000 people behind me every time doing these counter chants which are so African, so Creole and so New Orleans.


    People want so badly for there to be Brandy-isms. I didn’t know about Brandy until college, I didn’t grow up on Brandy, I grew up on Bjork and Imogen Heap.  So there was no influence but I respect her. I think she’s one of the dopiest singers we’ve ever had in our time. When I found out about her through my brother, I was like this girls voice is on a whole other level so the respect of Brandy is definitely there. She to me is the vocal bible, but I don’t necessarily take her style or influence into my music. I don’t think of Brandy when I think of the formatting of my music and I think it’s funny that only black people think that.