• Barely Small Presents Vol 12

    in Music

    Featuring the music of Barely Small, and hopefully others.....all unsigned artists and bands! Coming to you from the Motor City. We will be live here on BlogTalk Radio 12/30/14 at 100pm est.

  • 02:00

    BARELY SMALL Presents Vol 10

    in Indie Music

    It's the year end edition of BARELY SMALL Presents !!! We will revisit some of the best songs that have been played over the past year by Alan Redmond, Paul Butler, Sack of Hammers, Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs, The Fores, Brandon Welling, Nightbloom, Throwbax, Nylon Sneaky, Cowboy Bob Wallace, Tom Richey ,Benny Martin , and Michael Cantrell. Also we will serve up debuts from Barely Small and Doctaryn! (hopefully we got it all listed here) Make sure to spread the word and listen in....

  • 01:30

    Barely Small Presents Vol 8

    in Music

    Another summer time episode! Featuring Benny Martin, Paul Butler , Sack Of Hammers, Siren Skyes, Barely Small, Spiritual Architect, The Fores, Alan Redmond, Brandon Welling, Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs, Mike Thompson ,and whoever else we can get.
    Tune in, call in, whatever....listen in and have a good time. Get your buzz on!

  • 01:00

    BARELY SMALL PRESENTS VOL 5

    in Indie Music

    Featuring the music of unsigned artists.......Barely Small, John Barrell, and Sack of Hammers are featured.........

  • 02:00

    BARELY SMALL presents Vol 9

    in Music

    Vol 9 will be our biggest show ever! Featuring the talents of Alan Redmond, Nightbloom, Tom Richey, Angel Martinez, Cowboy Bob Wallace, Yussef Black, Brandon Welling, The Fores, Throwbax, Nylon Sneaky, Scary Cherry and the Bang Bangs, Michael Cantrall and Benny Martin. Also our band BARELY SMALL will debut some new music of our own. Wake the neighbors, tell your friends, get a cold beverage and make sure to be there for this one!!!

  • 01:04

    "Are you a light that SHINES or barely LIT"?

    in Spirituality

    We know ourselves to be Christians. Who else knows that? Are you a full time, part time, per diem or on call Christian? When you accepted Jesus as your Lord and Savior, He replace the darkness into light. Are you a light that SHINES or barely LIT.  Are you SHINING for GOD or for yourself. Is it possible that you think you're a light living in darkness? If you're a light how come you can't see and noone else can see you? Where do you position yourself?



    Mark 4:21
    He said to them, "Do you bring in a lamp to put it under a bowl or a bed? Instead, don't you put it on its stand?


    Luke 8:16
    "No one lights a lamp and hides it in a clay jar or puts it under a bed. Instead, they put it on a stand, so that those who come in can see the light.


    Luke 11:36
    Therefore, if your whole body is full of light, and no part of it dark, it will be just as full of light as when a lamp shines its light on you."


     Tune in it's going to be great....

  • 00:30

    return of Barely Small presents..Vol.11

    in Music

    Attempting to bring back our blogtalk radio show.....let's see how this works. Gonna play some brand new tunes we've finished.

  • 01:00

    BARELY SMALL Presents....Vol 3

    in Music

    This eppisode will feature Wrectifier, Last Wrights, Not So Much, Ellis Dee, Smash and Grab, Hypnotically Enhanced,John Bareell, and even BARELY SMALL. Hopefully we will have someone call in as well. Original music featured by bands on MySpace.

  • 01:12

    Wrestling Outsiders Episode 12: ECW Barely Legal 1997

    in Wrestling

    The boys take a trip in the way back machine to April 13, 1997 for the first ever ECW pay per view, Barely Legal, featuring Raven defending the World Title against the winner of a 3-way Dance with The Sandman, Stevie Richards and Terry Funk. Call in LIVE at 718-766-4886

  • 01:06

    Progressive Conversation

    in Politics Progressive

    Rev. Glencie Rhedrick is joined by Kristin Cabral on Women: Change Agents.


    Kristin Cabral joined the PDA national board in 2013; she is an attorney-activist in Virginia. She has fought for voting rights and fair elections, including seeking to enfranchise people with past felony convictions and helping the Democratic Party with its election protection program in a state of often close elections. She was the Democrat for the U.S. House in 2012 in the swing DC suburbs of Virginia, doing unexpectedly well against an entrenched Republican incumbent on barely any time or money but with an intense field campaign that engaged the grassroots. Kristin, one of the first girls to desegregate Little League in 1974, is a lifetime advocate for women's equality, working with a number of organizations like NOW -VA, and she is from a union family and a supporter of workers. She is one of the first graduates of Head Start and put herself through college (Michigan) and law school (Harvard). Her concerns include the need for a working families agenda which pays heed to childcare issues and student loan debt -- both of which she herself has experienced.

  • 01:04

    Yes, You Can Do That!

    in Business

    Denise Griffitts Interviews Kimanzi Constable


    I first interviewed author Kimanzi Constable in November of 2012 on Your Partner In Success Radio. He had written and self-published a little book called "Tales of the Everyday Workingman (and Woman)" that he sold an incredible 70,000 copies of (as of that interview date.) For 12 years he worked at a job that he absolutely hated. So much so that his days were consumed with thoughts of quitting. But as a family man with a wife and children to support, that was just not an option.


    Things came to a breaking point in the summer of 2011. He was over $180,000 in debt, his marriage was falling apart, and his children barely knew him because he was always working. The cherry on the cake was that he was 170 pounds overweight.


    In the back of his mind he had a dream of being a writer. How could that be possible, a guy with no college degree become a writer? More than that, he wanted freedom!


    Three years ago Kimanzi finally got fed up enough to stop existing and to do something about his dream. He decided to stop listening to all those things keeping him from a life that he and his family truly deserved.


    Today he is a contributing writer for The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Mind Body Green. He is a business editor at The Good Men Project. His mission is to help men and women create true freedom in life.


    Today we are going to pick up the threads on Kimanzi's tale and find out how he lost 170 pounds and moved his family to Maui, Hawaii. We are going to find out how he came so far, so fast, and how you can as well. Yes, you can do that!


     

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