• 00:57

    Carolyne Aarsen & Director Stephen Messer on Conversations

    in Entertainment

    At the top of the hour host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Carolyne Aarsen to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary journey and new projects BEFORE THE DAWN & SWEET SEPTEMBER. Then at 30 min past the hour Webb talks with director Stephen Messer about his new project THE CALL.

  • 00:41

    Tuesday Teachings With Pastor Lester Carver For 4-21-2015

    in Religion

    TUESDAY ON THE SPIRIT ALIVE MINISTRIES NETWORK
    Tuesday Teaching With Pastor Lester Carver
    Time: 4:00 AM (PST) - 6:00 (CST) - 7:00 AM (EST)
    To Join Him: Call 714-364-4337



    Join our Director of Education Pastor Lester Carver as he shares biblical principals that will help you to transform every are of your life. This architect by profession, is also a builder of the human spirit, because he teaches God's word in way that brings about real deliverance in the hearts of men. 


     

  • 00:30

    What Does Being a Director of A Network Mean for You=Lets Ask Joan E Wakeland

    in Women

    Did you know that Nafe is the largest global network for women?  It also recently celebrated its 42nd year of serving women across the globe.  Their headquarters are in New York, but they have networks across the country run by dynamic women like Joan who step to the plate to touch lives.


    Lets learn a little bit about this dynamic woman.


    Joan Wakeland-Taylor was born in 1941 in Jamaica West Indies.  She graduated in 1964 as a Pharmacist from the University of Technology in Jamaica West Indies and owned and operated 3 Pharmacies in Jamaica.


    Things were scary in 1977 and she feared for her son’s life as well as her own so she migrated to New Jersey with only $50.00 for her and $50.00 for her son as that is all that was allowed to take out of the country.  They stayed in New Jersey for 6 weeks and then came to California


    She could not get a job as a Pharmacist in the US so she became a Pharmaceutical Sales Representative and worked for several companies, 


    She raised her two sons on her own by working hard while at the same time being a role model as a mother.  She put them through college and they are both successful today. One of her greatest thrills is that she recently became a grandmother.


    Joan was a member of my Menifee Nafe and loved its concept, and stepped into the role of starting two California networks, one in Rancho Cucamonga and the other recently in Riverside..


    Joan is a woman of commitment; she is totally passionate about the work that she is doing.  A woman of connection, she is able to accomplish results through relationships and influence. A woman who makes consistent contributions to her community and her business, she has a track record of success and possesses deep levels of competence, knowledge and creditability. 


    She is sharing these skills with the women of her network she can be reached at joanewakeland@gmail.com

  • 01:57

    LIFE STYLES

    in Poetry

    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host for Life Styles on Monday's. " The Mind Stream Poetry and Music". Our gifted Poets: Brain Burns, Maria Iliou 


    Maria Iliou is your Ambassador for Long Island NY ...for Autism


     

  • 01:35

    "Damn, You Talk Too Much!" - COCKTAIL CONVERSATIONS - David Glover on KLJN 107.7

    in Radio

    Research say women speak 20,000 words a day compared to men who speak 7000 words, is there ever a time when women should stop talking and just listen, damn just SHUT UP PLEASE, we will be looking at a scenario with this being the case.
    DAMN, YOU TALK TOO MUCH!
    Ezra and Wanda have been dating for 6 months and both are career minded and focused. Ezra was an Assistant Director at a Juvenile Detention Home while Wanda was a Social Worker at a Nursing Home. Despite their demanding jobs both had their passions. Ezra was working on developing a Urban Tee Shirt Business,  Wanda was one of the best jewelry makers around, due to their demanding jobs and their other businesses they barely had time to see each other on a consistent basis but when they spoke on the phone, Wanda dominated the entire conversation, if they set aside a hour to catch up on what's been going on in each others life, Wanda would dominate, but her input would be negative, complaints about her job, family, jewelry business, and ex husband. Eventually Ezra grew tired of listening to this same old song over and over. He was looking for balance.  Someone he could share his world with and that was not happening with Wanda. When he wanted her to talk between the sheets she was typically quiet, go figure!!!. Eventually they had a massive blow up when Ezra had enough and told Wanda she talks too damn much and he did not want to hear another damn thing about her Ex, and nothing negative about her job... in this day and age she should be blessed she is working. Wanda felt he was rude and they ended what they had. Do you think Ezra was insensitive and Wanda was better off without Ezra? 


    Call (347) 237-5342 to SPEAK live with the host.


    And now on with the show....here is The Controversial Counselor, David Glover.

  • 00:47

    4th and Short Show Finale

    in Sports

    Join Adam Ungaro and Stephen M. Smith for their show finale.

  • 00:45

    Frankly Speaking with Dave Oatis, Director Northeast Region USGA

    in Science

    In this episode, Frank Speaks with Dave Oatis, USGA Director of the Northeast Region of the Green Section about Winter Injury in the Northeast, waking the course up in the Spring, and Dave's favorite topic: Golf Tree Management Programs. After another tough winter in the North, Dave and Frank speak about addressing current injury and strategies for preventing future damage. This will include a lively discussion on tree management and winter damage!

  • 01:05

    Ultras Alive #168

    in Sports

    The Miami Fusion are BACK! That's right there's a new version of the Miami Fusion getting ready to play in the NPSL with the ambitions of going to NASL in 2016. Tonight we'll get all the details on this new incarnation of a classic team with Ferdi De Matthaies. Ferdi is a former New York Cosmo and will serve as Technical Director, Head Coach, and Executive Committee member. That's a lot of hats!


    Any questions about this new Miami Fusion? Join the show tonight at 9pm.

  • 00:59

    #32 Bad Boy of Adult: Derrick Pierce

    in Lifestyle

    RESCHEDULED TO APRIL 20TH:


    Prior to joining the ranks of the elite, XXX hunk Derrick Pierce was a certified personal trainer and martial arts instructor. The "Bad Boy of Adult" has coached and cornered some of the most acclaimed professional MMA athletes from both WEC and UFC. Derrick has performed in a multitude of roles ranging from hardcore BDSM to feature adult films. The handsome stud has worked with every established adult production company and plays the convincing villain in Axel Braun's comic book parody films such as Wolverine XXX, The Dark Knight XXX and Captain America XXX. Derrick was awarded XBIZ’s 2014 Best Actor in a Couples Themed Release for his directorial feature movie release with Wicked Pictures' Tuff Love, a film centered around his passion for MMA. Derrick also received nominations for Director of the Year, Male Performer of the Year, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor at the 2014 XBiz Awards and Best Supporting Actor in the 2014 AVN Awards. For the 2014 NightMoves Awards, Hustler’s Hard & Fast, which was directed by and starring Derrick, received a nomination for Best All Sex Release. For the 2015 award season, the prolific performer is nominated at the XBIZ Awards for Male Performer of the Year, Best Actor in a Feature Movie for Digital Playground’s Apocalypse X, and Best Supporting Actor for Vivid Entertainment’s Wetwork. Derrick is also nominated at the 2015 AVN awards for Best Supporting Actor Award and Best Three-Way Sex Scene - G/G/B for Apocalypse X. 

  • 01:00

    Stand For Truth Radio

    in Politics

    Please join your host, Susan Knowles with guest Lee Stranahan, on Monday, April 20 at 6:00 pmPT/9:00 pmET. 


    Lee is producer & host of Brought To Light, a podcast that uncovers & untangles stories that have been buried by the media.


    He's a pioneer in digital media who has over  twenty-five years of experience in broadcast production, education and independent media as a producer, director and teacher..


    He's been a contributing writer and reporter for two of the top news sites in the world, the liberal The Huffington Post and the conservative Breitbart News.


    We will be talking about Lee's career at Breitbart News and what led to his eventual departure from the organization subsequent to the death of his friend, Andrew Breitbart. 


    We will also be discussing his trip to the Middle East to cover the Syrian Christian refugee crisis and how this experience impacted him. In addition, we'll discuss Grover Norquist, Benghazi and other current political issues, including the declared presidential candidates for 2016.


    You can call in with questions or to comment at: 347-205-9620 


    Join your host/producer Susan Knowles

  • 01:21

    "The Red Pill" LIVE!- 4/20 Special- Marijuana 101 w/ Cara Crabb-Burnham of NIC

    in Pop Culture

    In honor of 4/20, Joe and Steve dedicate this episode to Marijuana with a special informational episode with Cara Crabb-Burnahm, School Administartor of NIC- The Northeastern Institue of Cannabis instsitueofcannabis.com the first ever Cannabis dedicated educational institute in the Northeast. Cara will discuss the History of Cannabis, its Medical uses, legalization and why we all should get educated about this exteremely healing plant. This is a great episode for those who want to learn more about Cannabis and its power. 


    Cara Crabb-Burnham is former President of the Massachusetts Cannabis Reform Coalition and has been a director for the past 4 years. As a director she has been the speaker coordinator and volunteer coordinator for the Boston Freedom Rally, organized several events and raised thousands of dollars to put toward cannabis policy reform in Massachusetts. 


    She began her career in cannabis through Students for Sensible Drug Policy at Emerson College, assisting in the founding of that chapter. She worked with chapters throughout Boston and New England to help promote student issues with drug use. Cara helped found the NORML Women’s Alliance with representative from three New England states. She was the first in the New England drug policy community to work alongside the gay rights movement; she walked with SSDP in the Boston Pride Parade for two years before the NWANE group donated space to have a table at the Boston Pride Festival at Government Center. She has been recognized by both High Times and SKUNK Magazines.


     

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