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  • 02:05


    in Current Events

    Patrick Kern ...
    I am a Strength Coach, specializing in Olympic Weightlifting based out of San Jose, CA. I teach the Weightlifting classes at Thirdspace Fitness in San Jose, CA, and I also run the page Kern Strength and Fitness. I am a qualifier for both USA Weightlifting's American Open and for USA Powerliftings Raw Nationals. Proud supporter of the military, especially the Marines.

    Colleen Helfers Managing Director - Marengo-Union Chamber of Commerce
    Toys for Tots Coordinator - Marengo Union Area Secretary/Treasurer - McHenry County Marine Corps League Auxiliary Unit #419 - Since 2010 MCLA Coupon Coordinator for overseas families (collect, sort, send) Host of "The Front Porch" radio show Mondays on WXMR 94.3 Weekly guest on "The Morning Frontier" - Wednesdays - WXMR 94.3 Mom to 3 - oldest daughter is a Marine

    Author J. Richard Watkins was born and raised in Brockton, MA. After graduating High School in June 1968, he enlisted in the U.S. Army. By October of the same year, he was preparing for his service in Vietnam. He spent a year of active duty, most of which was spent in an office somewhere in the middle of Kansas, Watkins requested combat duty and spent a full year in Vietnam. For this single year of his life he was part of the 25th Infantry Division and was awarded 16 service ...medals. In addition to the standard medals awarded to all who served during this war, and his unit’s collective medals - the Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation, Army Presidential Unit Citation and Army Meritorious Unit Award - Richard was personally awarded the Vietnam Gallantry Cross, two Army Commendation Medals, and four Air Medals. Watkins, an expert rifleman, earned the Combat Infantry Badge, the U.S. Army combat service recognition decoration awarded to soldiers - enlisted men and officers holding rank of colonel or below - who personally fought in active ground combat.

  • 02:05


    in Pop Culture

    Celebrating Over 150 Episodes!

    Hosts: Jamel & Derrick Dwayne

    @MyRealTalkRadio interviews R&B Singer/Songwriter: @NOELGOURDIN

    Originally from the South -- Mississippi, to be exact -- soul and R&B singer Noel Gourdin honed his skills in Brockton, MA, and by the age of 24 scored a deal with Sony and had his first album in stores. His first exposure to the vocal arts came in church, and he was introduced to the larger canon of soul music by his father (who introduced him to the classics, such as Otis Redding) and his brother (who turned him on to the sounds of new jack swing). As a high-school student in the Boston-neighboring Brockton, Gourdin performed in talent shows and did work (and shows) for the Boys and Girls Club. With his work as a performer and role model to draw from, Gourdin signed a management deal with Stalin Entertainment in 2002. A 2004 request by Kay Gee to have Gourdin contribute a track to the soundtrack of The Cookout (the song "Family Reunion" was Gourdin's contribution) led to Gourdin exploring new musical territory, which would result in a large portfolio of songs ready to go. A meeting with Sony Urban in 2005 led to a summer showcase, which in turn led to a deal for the singer to start recording for the label. His debut, After My Time, was released in 2008.


    Twitter/Instagram/GooglePlus/MixCloud: @MyRealTalkRadio

    Jamel- Twitter: @L3TM3LIV3 Instagram: @L3TM3LIVE

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    Derrick Dwayne: Twitter/Instagram: @MrLngHairDntCrr

  • 01:13

    Episode 61: October 9, 2015 - The Postmortem

    in Sports

    The PDP returns from binge-drinking away the end of the Rockies season to dissect the return of Walt Weiss and more. Does the Rockies skipper's 2016 assurance really mean anything? Did you know that Google Translate says that "Weiss" in German translates to "Knows?" Did you weiss that? Plus we'll dive into Nolan Arenado's prospects for a top-5/top-10 finish in NL Most Valuable Player voting.

    Our 61st episode also includes a discussion with Bruce "Old Hoss" Foster about Civil War-era baseball reenactments in Denver and Connor Farrell of Rox Pile on who's the Rockies' leader in handsome heading into 2016  and who would contest his World Series of Hate.

  • 00:30

    PDSportsRecruiters Sports Talk Show with Kathy Reaves

    in Sports

    Sheridan High School interview with Brockton Brow

  • 00:45

    The Instant offense Podcast: Houston Rockets Preview with Rahat Huq

    in Basketball

    I'm joined by Red94.net's (of ESPN's TrueHoopNetwork)  Rahat Huq as we dive into the Rocket's off-season. We talk the impact of losing Josh Smith, the dominance of James Harden, the health of Dwight Howard, the fit of Ty Lawson, the importance of Clint Capela, the coaching of Kevin Mchale, and where he sees the Rox finishing this year. Can this team win it all?

  • 02:06

    Mid-Week Indie Music Playlist - Powered by 'Steve's Cancer FIGHT' on GoFundMe

    in Music

    Brought to you by:







    Apollo 31 on iTunes

    New Music From:

    Beadz 'Get Home' ft Layzie Bone

    Matthew Schultz 'We Own The Night'

    HRap Bey 'FRESH'

    Kirk Alert 'Each & Every Day'

    Universal Melodies 'Chasing'

    WinterTimeMusic 'Life I Chose'

    Julian - Faceless Ones - Triple Play

    SIRE 'Ghost Of Meek'

    Kreecha 'Boomin'

    Rox Ran & Emile Danero 'Running Back To You'

    Fantasyboi 'Go Get It'

  • 01:55

    LF Radio - The Obeah show with Rox la Box and Toe Knee

    in Comedy

    Miami socialite and whitest Jamaican ever Rox la box along with my long time friend Toe Knee aka Two Tone Tony stop by to talk Truffle Butter, Raising other peoples kids, and online dating....the limitless pill...oh and eating ass.

  • 01:17

    LF Radio test show with Rox la Box

    in Pop Culture

    Miami socialite and whitest Jamaican on the planet stops in to support..humble beginnings.

  • 02:01


    in Education


    Tune in to some Awesome rock Music Roundable Discussion and LULZ

  • 01:33

    Dare 2 Be Different Radio Program / Special Edition Radio Program

    in Christianity

    Listen Live Around The World

    Tuesday, August 25, 2015 @ 11am CST

    Dare 2 Be Different Radio Program

    Host: Pastor Ray Shawn Johnson

    Call In & Join Us @ 347-850-8560

    Produced By Kayla Padgett On Finding My Way Radio Network


    Special Edition Radio Program

    Live From South Africa

    Tuesday, August 25, 2015 @ 12pm CST / 7pm South Africa Time

    Special Guest Speaker: Rox-Anne Maistry

    Call In & Join Us @ 347-850-8560

    Produced By Kayla Padgett On Finding My Way Radio Network

  • 00:46

    Singer/Songwriter Noel Gourdin

    in Entertainment

    Soul and R&B singer Noel Gourdin (Gor-Deen) emerged on the music scene with his number one hit song “The River” which stayed on the Urban AC charts at number one for 15 weeks! Noel’s childhood was not a traditional one; he was born in Brockton, MA but spent his summers with family Pachuta, Mississippi. The result is a man who is city to the heart but southern to the soul! Noel scored a deal with Sony Music at age 24, his first exposure to the vocal arts came in church and he was introduced to the larger audience of soul music by his father (who introduced him to the classics, such as Otis Redding) and his brother (who turned him on to the sounds of new jack swing). Noel is influenced by classic soul as well as the contemporary sounds of R&B and hip-hop. Making his music is a seamless blend of each genre. “Listening to so much music from so many different eras really helped me put my style together,” explains the gifted singer- songwriter