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Sven Beckert will talk in the first hour about his book Empire of Cotton: A Golbal History. He will explain how capitalism grew as a result of the production of cotton.
In the second hour, Michelle Freeman, President of the Leon Day Foundation will discuss the work of the foundation and the legacy of the great Negro League baseball player Leon Day.
After a lovely Christmas where presents were opened and entirely too much eggnog was consumed, its time to get serious for the big game in Arlington. BAMS will welcome Hondo Carpenter from SpartanNation.com to give us his take on the Spartans. We'll also be joined by John Garcia from the Under Armour All America game. Between those two, there will be a whole heaping helping of thoughts from Drew DeArmond, Cary Clark and Thomas Watts about the game on December 31. The action starts at 8. Be there or be Auburn.
We all know, every great skin care regimen starts with a good cleanser. But, with so many skin care products on the market, how do you know which cleanser is best for you? The answer is simple. You want to choose a cleanser appropriate for your skin type. On this episode, we'll explore different skin types and the best ingredients to look for when choosing a cleanser.
in Self Help
On this week's radio show, my guest will be Rev. Mike Mather, Pastor at Broadway UMC in Indianapolis. As one who believes that we need to start thinking outside the box in how we serve others, I heard of Mike's beautiful and unique approach in raising consciousness within individuals and their community. Major foundations have also heard about his approach and have approached him. The stories he shares touched my heart deeply, and even in the interview, tears were flowing down my face. I'm encouraging all of you to listen...and then take action in your communities.
This inspiring conversation begins Sunday at noon EST on 88.7FM, WICR (Indianapolis area). You can also listen worldwide at richardbrendan.com. All interviews are podcast so you can listen 24/7 for a full week.
Visit Mike online at www.broadwayumc.org
It's SID-Saturday night pre-post fight here in the ''Big Apple'',New York city,New York.Legendary scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc''Stanley Sr,is again on the airwaves again with his renowned and iconic award winning radio show,'Sports*In*Depth'. The lightheavyweight championship of the world is on the line tonight in Montreal,Canada.Champion Sergey Kovalev Vs. former champion Jean Pascal.Doc and boxing posse members'',G.W''.Mike,''Dusty'' ,''Muscles AKA the''Cisco Kid''and legendary referee Eddie''If you don't see it you don't call it ''Cotton talk pre-post-fight and boxing in general on this boxing Saturday night in the world's most famous city,one week after it's second biggest snow storm ever.
Sergey Kovalev continued his snail's pace march toward a fight with former super middleweight champion Andre Ward, dominating rival Jean Pascal on this Saturday at the Bell Centre in Montreal and stopping him after seven one-sided rounds. Kovalev retained his IBF-WBA-WBO light heavyweight titles with his 26th knockout while improving to 29-0-1.''Jumpshot Jonesy'',joins the crew and talks football and B-Ball as Stephen Curry and his world champion crew invade the Big Apple and Madison Square garden tomorrow.
We too remember and salute the memory and accomplishments of the man whose birthday we remember tomorrow,the iconic,legendary and incomparable,Jack Roosevelt Robinson.Who too was the first African-American New York state boxing commissioner.
''A life is not important except for the impact it has on another life.''
''Above all else I Hate to Lose.''
Jackie Robinson/#42/Brooklyn Dodgers
SHOW #302 - LIVE, UNCUT & UNCENSORED CONVERSATIONS WITH "Musicians You Should Know"
IBC Preview Show # 2
On this show, we will speak with:
Michele Seidman (and hopefully Terri Robbins), the two women beihind The National Women In Blues, who put on a spectacular showcase each year during IBC. This year they are moving to Beale Street where they will be in Alfred's on Friday.
Eddie Cotton, the 2015 Band Challenge WInner. We'll talk about Eddie's last year and get some advice.
Dr. Janice Johnston returns to discuss the wonderful Health Clinics she and her group of volunteers offer to all musicians FREE! Have you not stopped by? BAD YOU!
Greg Slim Lively Johnson, President of the Cascades Blues Society who is also an intregal part of the IBC volunteer staff.
Join LR, the Professor, Steve, and PD
Thank you for keeping the faith and spreading the word on Facebook. Call in or join us in chat with a free Blog Talk Radio account. Share archived episodes with your friends on Facebook. Piss off those idiot Republicans by listening every week... LOUD! The Presidential Election is a process. This process doesn't end until AFTER the Presidential Election. When you bail out of the process before then, you are not only giving up a right that people have fought a died for, you might as well cast two votes for the Republicans! The next POTUS will have a great impact on the SCOTUS and the future of our country for decades. This isn't a popularity contest for Homecoming, this is our country. Vote, Dammit, even if your favorite doesn't get the party's nod, your job is not done until you cast your ballot in November!
Legislators, Doctors, Business and Faith leaders say Texas is wrong!
It's still deadly to go to the movies! WTF!
Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas is more interested in Israeli money than the safety of U.S. citizens.
Republican men should be able to grab a nursing mom's nipple according to family values rep Josh Moore of New Hampshire.
Legendary Scribe and sportscaster,Dr.M.Lee''Doc'' Stanley Sr,takes to the airwaves once again with his iconic and award winning radio show,the renowned,'Sports In Depth'.And,he's broadcasting again live from our studios at 'Delta's Service Tabajara Flat,in Fortaleza,Brazil,the capital city of the state of Ceara.Doc,Dusty,Eddie Cotton,''G.W.''Mike and Harold Weston Jr.,all talk,the ''Sweet Science'',with the ''Docthah'',in sunny warm Brazil and them back in the.cold chilly,''Big Apple,''New York city,Nova York.
And they are joined too by boxing royality as both Eddie Cotton and Harold Weston too both lay claim to,Brooklyn's Mark''Golden Boy'' Breland.Breland too trains the most prized heavyweight and champion in boxing today,Deontay Wilder.Breland himself is the greatest ametuer fighter in boxing history.Obtaining Olympic and Golden Gloves gold with also a professional world championship.A rare feat and when one adds he was mentored by the late George Washington,Georgie Benton and the iconic,Emanuel Stewart,well that is too an remarkable boxing journey of learning and venue of experience.
This addition of SID takes you into an in depth look and education of the,'sweet science'',by two of it's foremost artists.Weston and Breland both reflect and interject past history and moments and aspects of the sport that makes this one of the best episodes in SID boxing history.And with the added insight of legendary referee,Eddie Cotton,this episode is an iconic one.With the warm tropical settings of Fortaleza Brazil and the frigid chill of New York,the climate here is historic.
''Service to others is the rent you pay for your space here on earth.''
Rush the Field! Tune in at 8pm Eastern/7pm Central!
New Year Same Old Adam and Nate! BACK from the Winter wastelands to fill your head with College football and just in time to talk about the New Years Six bowls and the National Championship. Did the Rose Bowl bloom? Were the oranges juicy? Was it a party down in Glenndale? Was the Sugar Bowl as sweet as can be? All these puns and more! So come, listen and laugh as Adam and Nate talk about college football!
Tune in at 8pm Eastern/7pm Central!
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program will feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on events in the United States surrounding the Black Lives Matter Movement in Cleveland over the failure of a grand jury to indict two white police officers in the death of 12-year-old Tamir Rice and in Washington, D.C. where demonstrations were held in the nation's capital where the federal government has failed to take action aimed at halting racist state-sponsored violence against the African American people; in Haiti two Rwandan peacekeeping soldiers were found dead recently amid an announcement that the U.S.-backed president has set a date for the run-off elections inside this Caribbean island-nation; in the Central African state of Burundi violence has continued against the government of President Pierre Nkurunziza as the African Union is threatening to deploy a military force inside the agriculturally based landlocked state; and in the North African state of Algeria a co-founder of the national independence movement, the FLN, Hocinda Ait Ahmed has been buried in his hometown which was designated by the government as a state funeral despite Ait Ahmed's longtime exile from the country. In the second hour we being our monthlong commemoration of the 87th birthday of the martyred civil rights and peace leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. looking at race relations during 1966 to the present. Finally an interview on the relationship between cotton production and capitalism inside the U.S. is examined.
It seems most appropriate that our final Frat House Sports Show of 2015 should be our busiest! But WOW, there was just no way around it with all the bombshell stories breaking around the NFL, and to get through it all we needed extra help and reached out to “The Voice” Jim Williams, of the new SpectrumOne Network to guest co-host.
Scott Grayson of ESPN Sports Radio 97.3-FM South Jersey joins us to chat about the surprising firing of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly with one game remaining in the season. Jake Marsing of MileHighHuddle.com out of Denver weighs in on the recent HGH allegations leveled at Denver Broncos QB Peyton Manning and other big-name athletes in other sports.
Our weekly NBA-NHL Analyst Matt DiBiase jumps in with his take on possible Chip Kelly replacements; the passing of Globetratter legend Meadowlark Lemon; and the streaking Florida Panthers in the NHL. We’ve got some big, BIG College Bowl games upcoming, and that means we need to hear from “The Purdy Man” Eric Purdy.
Plus we still have one more Week 17 in the NFL season and that calls for our Frat House Sports’ Picks-of-the-Week choosing from: Jets – Bills; Jaguars – Texans; Chargers – Broncos; and Vikings – Packers.
THIS show is one helluva’ way to close out the 2015 year, and you do not want to miss this! Tune-In LIVE at 7 p.m. ET . . . and, give a call with your thoughts: 347 – 826 – 9964.
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