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Divas Boss Lady is interviewing the phenomenal, vivacious Diva herself, Donalja Mickies James. She is not shy to the stage and owns the stage of anyone she performs on. Originally born in Chicago to a single mother, Donalja began to truly develop as a writer at the young age of seven. Donalja, also known as "the Voiceness"
is an activist and advocate for women's rights and empowerment. In this project, Donalja gives us poignant insight into how she recovered from gang rape, abandonment, domestic violence and physiological attributed to it. "I See You" celebrates the indomitable will to overcome what seemed to be insurmountable odds and a testament to the enduring power of the
human spirit as she conquered her circumstances and reclaimed herself. This victim turned advocate shows others how to not only
be a survivor but and over comer. Creating a new genre called Spoken Soul, she grabs the hearts of her audience. She has shared stages with Anthony Hamilton, Michael Baisden, BR Burns, Mike Phillips, Lyfe Jennings and HBO Def Poets Abyss, Helena D. Lewis, Mahogany Brown, Queen Sheba and many more.
Please tune in to hear the woman behind the album, "I See You" and behind the movement of Stiletto Ladies. This show will be full of power, insight, and empowerment. Don't miss this one. Call to speak to Donalja live on Thursday, 347-677-1602.
We talk about NBA Eastern Conference finals with analysis of games 1-3 of the series . Includes Lebron James speaking to us at Hawks vs Cavs post game press conference. Lebron speaks about J R Smith coming to play in Cleveland. Also joining us as part of our Youth Outreach program is Reggie Brown. Reggie is a 10th grade High School Sports broadcast phenom. Reggie has been part of the 'Ten-A-Day' mentoring program founded and directed by Ronnie Wells.
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Tonight we will have creationist James Gryson on our show to tell us about his new book. It is a creationist view of the sun and will be full of the latest scientiific data which the secular schools will be sure to "forget" to teach. time to get deep!
Attorney Anne Bremner & Holly Hughes on The DC Murder Suspect & More World News Daron Dylon Wint, the man suspected in a quadruple murder at a Washington, D.C. mansion, was taken into custody on Thursday night, police said.We Will also talk about The James Holmes Murder Trial asJurors in the
Despite battling scary head injuries, both Klay Thompson and Steph Curry lead the Golden State Warriors to a clinching Game 5 win and the Warriors first trip to the NBA Finals since 1975. Dave looks at how the Warriors' strong shooting and roster depth put them into a resounding series win against the Rockets and James Harden's efforts. What was lacking from the rest of the Rockets, Dwight Howard, Trevor Ariza, and the others? We then look ahead to this year's NBA Finals between the Warriors and the LeBron James led Cleveland Cavaliers, plus we look at the NHL Stanley Cup Conference Final Game 7's in Hour 2. The Blackhawks force the Ducks into a Game 7 in Anaheim, and the Rangers force the Tampa Bay Lightning into a Game 7 up in New York. A most epic, impressive, exciting series so far for the West Final between the Hawks and Ducks... what were the best moments of a spectacular 2015 West Final in the NHL? Game 4 goes into Double OT, Game 5 goes into single OT after the Blackhawks improbably tied it up down two with just 2 minutes left, only to lose to the Ducks in the OT. Game 6 showed mettle from the Blackhawks who responded greatly with big goals from Andrew Shaw and Marian Hossa to force the winner take all Game 7. How about Derek Brassard scoring a hat trick in a wacky 3rd period for the Rangers leading NY to a blowout 7-3 win in Tampa Bay? All this and more as we cover a big week in sports -- we may hear from the Junk Man on the road with his food truck tour plus much more from MLB on a most action packed DITCOW.
Sports Debate Network Radio returns to the ariwaves Thursday May 28th at 8:00 PM Eastern Standard time.
SDNR will welcome an informed panel of guest to discuss the many issus in the Wide World of Sports.
Please tune in to hear insight and banter from SDN Staff!
FIFA, Roger Goodell, the NBA Playoffs, the NHL Playoffs, and the greatness of Lebron James will be under discussion.
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Tonight's topic is karma, angels and new beginnings. Originally aired 3/05/2015
The soul is constantly evolving, from one experience to the next, one lifetime to the next. Sometimes the experiences we engage in distract us and we get caught up in temporal, corporeal, physical experiences. To look at this from one perspective, we have lost our way slightly and have moved off the mark from where we were heading. The soul has its own corrective measure to get itself back on the path, and this process is karma. One extreme in one experience is balanced by an opposite extreme in another. Yin and yang. As the soul evolves, it becomes less and less distracted by the temptations of the physical world and more engaged in the real word (the spiritual world). It learns to let go. It becomes more balanced. It no longer needs to go to extremes in its behaviour or its thinking. It becomes enlightened.
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Well Sport City the NBA Finals are all set and LeBron vs Curry is not the lone story to be talked about here in the Cafe with the best around talking on the basketball dishes. Tom Thibodeau firing in Chicago, to the Rockets being pushed straight out of the the Western Conference Finals. All NBA here in the kitchen with Royce King, James Fitzgerald IV, Chandler Knight aka Nostradamus and Tyrone Powell aka TP Tymeless. I can literally see Tymeless with that recipe book making the World Wide Web go crazy!!! Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN.... And if they don't know..... NOW THEY KNOW!!!!
Ontario Country artist CORY MARQUARDT has just released his debut album called This Man featuring the first single "21."
Cory returns as part of the Outlaws & Outsiders tour this June with dates in Ontario. The tour stars Aaron Pritchett and also features new country duo King & Cash.
His influences range from Eric Church to Merle Haggard - and from Rush to John Mayer. If it's a good song, it'll catch Cory's ear.
"I’m a huge fan of Eric Church and very happy with what he is doing in country music," explains Cory. "I still have some boot left to fill but I’m making my way and plan on doing that. Like me, he has a solid rock background mixed with some traditional country which is included especially in our live show."
Like most Canadian Country artists, the journey of writing and recording includes trips to Nashville.
"Since my first trip to Nashville in 2012, I’ve written over 100 songs with some amazing writers and have created some really cool and honest songs. Writing with people like Rob Crosby, Jason Deere, James Dean Hicks, my good friend Danick Dupelle from Emerson Drive, Patricia Conroy and many more make the writing process fun and quite easy."
Tune in to hear Cory talk about his music career, songwriting, Nashville, his new album & much more!
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The number to call is (619) 566-0956
We begin with the Golden State Warriors making the NBA Finals for the 1st time in 40yrs to face the Cleveland Cavaliers. We will look at what is next for the Hawks & Rockets, plus start to look at LeBron vs Curry. In the NHL Playoffs we have two game 7's to determine the Stanley Cup Finals Lightning @ Rangers then Blackhawks @ Ducks. Next in MLB A Rod passes Babe Ruth for 3rd all-time in RBI's, but do fans care? Is King Felix on a Cy Young mission? We end the show with our segment "You're Not Ready" where discuss a team or player on the rise. Please join us 8PM ET Call in to 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
Rule of thumb: Don't bet against LeBron James.
Yes, the Golden State Waqrriors have three players who can defend him: Draymond Green, Harrison Barnes and Andre Iguodala.
Yes, the Golden State Warriors have the reigning MVP in Stephen Curry.
Yes, the Warriors are healthier.
Yes, the Warriors have home court advantage, having lost only three times all season at Oracle Arena.
But does anybody out there really want to state that Stephen Curry is a better all-around player than LeBron James?
Does anybody out there have any doubts about LeBron's confidence level? Or his drive? Or the zeal behind the quest he is on -- to bring Cleveland its first professionsl sports championship in any sport since 1964?
The Golden State Warriors are damn good. I have them winning three games in the NBA Finals.
But I have the Cavs winning four games, including Game 7 on the road, as I told Brandon Tierney and Tiki Barber of CBS Sports Radio in this interview.
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