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It's the OFFICIAL debut of "High Noon Radio", a joint collaboration between Ridin' Durty Radio and The Bee Moe $lim Experience where "We Only Play The Uncut Dope"!!!
Join us right here each and every Monday at 12 NOON EST right here for the dopest in underground rap, hip-hop and R&B with your host, Bee Moe $lim!!
This episode is open-discussion and the phone lines will be open from beginning to end. Not only are we addressing Mike Brown, but everything that we know up to this point regarding the activities, conspiracies, cover-ups, racial tension, exposure of police misconduct, authorities unfit to facilitate the proceedings, the inadequite representation of the voice of the people and more.....We need to expose some things and spread the word.....We can show our support right here as well. INFORM THE PEOPLE....With my co-host Michael Bryant Sr. we going to talk about these things as well as finda better way to handle our own responses rather than reacting....Join us !
In this episode, I want to speak on a few ways of learning without being in school! I look forward to speaking with you on this topic!!!
Weighin' It Out Wit Wade Gram!
Host Wade Gram is recognized World Wide and has been known to be the internet radio host to go to when you want your music to drop!
Catch Him Blazin' The Hottest Old Skool, Indie and Newest Hip Hop n R&B while he entertains and shocks his listeners with some of the "You Never Know What He Might Say" type of things that come up! Plus artists interviews, featured guests and callers weighin' in on the show...
ALWAYS LOOKIN' FOR NEW ARTIST/MUSIC TO SPOTLIGHT ON AIR!
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Journey through professional wrestling history with opinions and insights from your favorite hosts of Beyond The Kayfabe! Join Aditya Putcha on Monday, September 1st at 7:00 PM PST for a very special look back into the madness as we relive the magnificent career and even more so life of one of wrestling's greatest stars ever, the beloved, late great Macho Man Randy Savage! Hop into that DeLorean as we travel back in time!
Scott Kalama Hawaiian/ The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Oregon. Born July 20 1985 born and raised on the reservation he experienced the struggle. He soon found music from the late 2pac who inspired him to write poetry in junior high school. Started recording in 2012 with the single "blessed to be the best" which received radio play. He soon linked up with Beats Lyrics Leaders who became his mentors Yamio 263 Chaz Mortimer and J Ross Parrelli. His related to Chief Joseph through his great grandfather Richard Halfmoon who is full blooded NezPerce. His proud to be native american because of the spiritual foundation. Ancestors are from Celilo Village along the Columbia River.
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As the summer draws to a close, the anticipation of a new school year gains momentum as children, parents, teachers, and communities prepare for the official first day.
Much like the preparation that one undergoes in buying new school supplies, materials, and clothing, we must also ensure that we (as parents, caregivers, and educators) work to prepare children for the new school year by openly talking about the possible challenges that one may face.
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September 2nd-Cast of the new Aailiya acting as Missy Elliott-Ms. Chattrisse Dolabaille
Each Monday, the LLJM promote youth success through a good encouraging word. On today, we will focus on the topic of, "When you don't know what to do!" As youth and teens transition from grade to grade we are certain that the age matures, but not necessarily the maturity levels. It is imperative that we provide sound reasoning and also the word so that they can reach their destination which is college. I was reading someone's post that I am following and the gentleman said, "...Back in the day, school was thought to not be for everyone." What he meant was the myth was that school especially for women were thought to be irrelevant. He went on to say, what if we still had that same mentality that school, whether public, home or private was not for everyone, where would we be? So now we are in the century where some say college is not for everyone. I beg to differ and believe with proof that college is for everyone if we are willing to encourage and lead these youth in the right path!
This is another chill show. Just a mix from none other than the DJ Stunnerz himself who has been more than awesome for the week and a couple days that the show has been going on for. We are glad to have him aboard. School is around the corner so we will try to fit in shows as much as we can. Hope you all enjoy. If you need to contact us please mention us on Twitter @Donkey1059 or email us at Donkey105.firstname.lastname@example.org.
We continue our Raiders Rewind interviews from National Night Out, where we talk to some of the student-athletes of North Brunswick Township High School about what lies ahead in the new school year.
Our special guests are North Brunswick Raiders boys soccer coach Paul Liddy and also senior defenseman G.P. Baier to talk about Tim Howard(goalkeeper of the United States men's soccer team and North Brunswick grad), and his impact on the boys soccer program, as well as all things North Brunswick soccer.
We also have second baseman Liz Ruffe from the North Brunswick softball team to tell us what life will be like, when the Lady Raiders step onto their brand new softball field next season, after not having a true home field for the Lady Raiders over the past 14 years.
The King James Radio Network is the radio home of North Brunswick Raiders at www.jamesisking.com.
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